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Division I XC Conference Championships Recaps (Updates Throughout Friday)

Division I XC Conference Championships Recaps (Updates Throughout Friday)

NEW ORLEANS – The most action-packed weekend of the NCAA cross country season is here: Conference Championships weekend! We’re following the action all day long on the USTFCCCA National Results... 

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Eight Questions as the NCAA Division I XC Postseason Kicks Off Eight Questions as the NCAA Division I XC Postseason Kicks Off

Podcast: Play in new window | Download LISTEN IN ITUNES | Other ways to subscribe The opinions expressed in this preview and podcast are not the official positions of the USTFCCCA, but rather analysis presented by the communications staff. NEW ORLEANS – The best weekend of the year starts in two days. While we wait, let me tell you a story... [Read the rest of the story...]

QA₂ Max PODCAST: Rachel Johnson, Baylor QA₂ Max PODCAST: Rachel Johnson, Baylor

Podcast: Play in new window | Download LISTEN IN ITUNES | Other ways to subscribe NEW ORLEANS – There are three women who currently have the best odds of winning NCAAs in three weeks: Iowa State’s Crystal Nelson, Arizona State’s Shelby Houlihan, and Baylor’s Rachel Johnson.  Each has one major win under her belt this fall:... [Read the rest of the story...]

QA₂ Max PODCAST: Maksim Korolev, Stanford QA₂ Max PODCAST: Maksim Korolev, Stanford

Podcast: Play in new window | Download NEW ORLEANS – Same face, same quick pace, different place: After making a name for himself at Harvard as the third-place finisher at NCAAs a year ago, Maksim Korolev is back and ready to take one final shot at the NCAA title, this time in Stanford’s Cardinal, black and white. The Harvard grad moved... [Read the rest of the story...]

National Athletes of the Week Include Final Regular-Season DI & DIII Honorees National Athletes of the Week Include Final Regular-Season DI & DIII Honorees

NEW ORLEANS—The six collegiate National Athletes of the Week, announced Monday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA), came from six different meets. Two of the athletes earning honors are in their first year competing in the United States—Division I women’s winner Brianna Ilarda of Providence and... [Read the rest of the story...]

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