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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... 

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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...]

QA₂Max PODCAST: Crystal Nelson of Iowa State QA₂Max PODCAST: Crystal Nelson of Iowa State

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Recorded Thursday, October, 23) NEW ORLEANS – In a loaded women’s race at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational, it wasn’t any of the three reigning NCAA track champions who claimed the individual win. Nor did any of the winners of this year’s Notre Dame Invite, Paul Short Run, BC Coast-to-Coast... [Read the rest of the story...]

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