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NCAA & NJCAA XC National Athletes of the Week (September 26)

NCAA & NJCAA XC National Athletes of the Week (September 26)

NEW ORLEANS — The collegiate cross country season is picking up steam and in turn, so is the difficulty of picking National Athletes of the Week. This past weekend provided several strong showings and... 

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Big Changes To Both NJCAA DI XC National Coaches’ Polls in Week 2 Big Changes To Both NJCAA DI XC National Coaches’ Polls in Week 2

NEW ORLEANS — From week to week, a lot can change in the NJCAA Division I Cross Country National Coaches’ Polls. Don’t believe that statement? Let’s compare and contrast the top-5s from both the men’s and women’s National Coaches’ Poll... [Read the rest of the story...]

CONVENTION UPDATE: Special Events CONVENTION UPDATE: Special Events

NEW ORLEANS – In addition to its many professional and technical development opportunities through symposiums and Divisional meetings, the 2016 USTFCCCA Convention will also be the site of a pair of collegiate track & field’s premier events and several other... [Read the rest of the story...]

NCAA & NJCAA XC National Athletes of the Week (September 19) NCAA & NJCAA XC National Athletes of the Week (September 19)

NEW ORLEANS — The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) is pleased to announce its third National Athletes of the Week for the 2016 cross country season. The USTFCCCA honors athletes from each NCAA division and both NJCAA divisions. This week’s... [Read the rest of the story...]

Iowa Central Men, Lansing (Mich.) Women Teams To Beat In NJCAA DI XC Iowa Central Men, Lansing (Mich.) Women Teams To Beat In NJCAA DI XC

NEW ORLEANS — Last year at the NJCAA Division I Cross Country Championships in Fort Dodge, Iowa, the Iowa Central men and Lansing (Mich.) women each rolled to a national title by a comfortable margin. The Tritons, behind Andrew Ronoh (who is now at NCAA Division I Arkansas)... [Read the rest of the story...]

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