Minneapolis Alpine Ski Team (MAST) is open to Minneapolis Public School students in grades 7 through 12 who would like to be part of a MPS high school alpine ski team. All ability levels are welcome. Learn to ski. Learn to race.
MAST Registration Is OPEN!
Registration for MAST is now OPEN. The registration process is a two-step process. The first step is to register with MAST. The second step is to register with your high school athletic department. If you know that you want to race for your high school alpine ski team, you are invited to register now with MAST. Please click HERE TO START THE TWO STEP REGISTRATION PROCESS.
Prospective Alpine Athletes and Families
Alpine ski racing is a sport that requires a lot of advanced preparation before a person can get on snow to ski. If you THINK that Alpine might be the sport that you want to try this winter, the coaches strongly encourage you to take a deep look at MAST now rather than later. Why?
Is anyone from your household NOT receiving MAST Updates who should be? Is so, Sign up to receive MAST Updates HERE. To read MAST Updates from the season, CLICK HERE.
MAST In The News!
2019-20 MAST Apparel and Swag Now On Sale
We are very pleased to announce that the 2019-20 MAST Apparel Sale is NOW OPEN ONLINE HERE. In addition, the captains will be selling MAST coffee mugs, patches, stickers and ski straps offline throughout the Fall at our upcoming preseason events. Download this flyer to see three of the four offline sale items: MAST Anniversary Swag. A specially designed MAST 20th Anniversary Logo is on many of this year's sale items. The special logo looks great. If it doesn't make you ski faster, it will at least make you smarter....................................looking.
Tuesday, October 8, 2019, 7:00-8:30 pm
Parent-Athlete MAST Information Meeting
Fuller Park Rec Center, 48th and Grand Ave S
Monday, November 11, 2019
Opening of the High School Alpine Ski Season
Monday, Dec. 30, 2019-Thursday, Jan. 2, 2020
MAST Giants Ridge Camp
This Is MAST!
After every training session, the athletes slip in the ruts. The captains call the formation. This is the Flying V. The objective is to make the hill buff.