PARK CITY — Michael Morse won his second title of the weekend by winning the men's dual moguls Sunday, and veteran Michelle Roark won her first national title in the final event of the U.S. Freestyle Championships.

Morse, who had to stop skiing in the middle of last season because of a back injury, had never won a national title before this weekend. He won the individual moguls on Saturday at Deer Valley, then capped his surprising weekend Sunday by winning the doubles.

"I was a little tired after yesterday and wasn't sure how everything was going to go," said Morse, who turns 27 on Wednesday. "It hasn't hit me yet (that I won), but it feels great to lay down some runs and do well in this competition."

Roark wrapped up her 11th season with the U.S. Ski team with her first national championship. Even at age 33 with a long history of serious injuries, Roark isn't planning on calling it a career.

"Next year I want to get the title for singles too," said Roark, who won World Cup events on the same hill in 2005 and 2006.

Cody Tempel won silver in Sunday's men's duals and Landon Gardner took the Bronze. Kayla Snyderman won the women's silver and KC Oakley was third.