2019 NCAA DIII Cross Country Regional Rankings – Week 4

NEW ORLEANS – There some huge intra-regional matchups across the nation this past weekend, which really shook up the most recent NCAA Division III Cross Country Regional Rankings that were released on Tuesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Would you believe us if we told you there were four new No. 1 teams? What about the fact that nine combined sets of regional rankings shifted between Week 3 and Week 4?

Remember: We’ll find out which teams earn automatic bids to the 2019 NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships when Regional Championship Weekend hits full force on Saturday, November 16.

Men’s Story

Atlantic Region

There were a few notable changes to the top-5 teams of the Atlantic Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

SUNY Geneseo and RPI remain No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, while Ithaca holds down the No. 3 spot for yet another week. NYU and Ramapo, who were both not ranked last week, surged into the top-5 and No. 4 and No. 5, respectively. The Violets and the Roadrunners raced each other to a tie this past weekend in the Men’s Brown Race at the Paul Short Run.

Central Region

There were a few notable changes to the top-5 teams of the Central Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

Wartburg remains No. 1 after winning the Dan Huston Invitational this past weekend, while St. Olaf jumped from No. 3 to No. 2 following a victory at the Blugold Invitational in which the squad had a meager 30-second spread.

Carleton was pushed down to No. 3, while Luther and Loras climbed into the top-5. The Norse ran well at the Blugold Invitational, while the Duhawks topped former Central Region #2 St. Thomas (Minn.) at the Dan Huston Invitational.

Great Lakes Region

There were a few notable changes to the top-5 of the Great Lakes Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

The biggest change was that Otterbein is No. 1 for the first time in program history. The Cardinals ran extremely well this past weekend in the Men’s Silver Race at the Live in the Lou Cross Country Classic, finishing third in the team standings.

Calvin dropped to No. 2, while John Carroll and Case Western Reserve flipped their spots from last week: The Blue Streaks go to No. 3 after a strong showing in the aforementioned Men’s Silver Race, while the Spartans are now No. 4.

Trine had its best race of the season at the Live in the Lou Cross Country Classic and jumped up one spot to No. 5 from No. 6.

Mideast Region

There were a few changes to the order of the top-5 teams in the Mideast Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

Carnegie Mellon and Johns Hopkins remain No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, after strong efforts at the Paul Short Run and the Live in the Lou Cross Country Classic.

Dickinson leapfrogged Haverford into the No. 3 spot after beating the Fords head to head at the Paul Short Run.

Elizabethtown climbed back into the top-5 for the first time since Week 1.

Midwest Region

There was a slight change to the order of the top-5 teams in the Midwest Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

North Central (Ill.) and Washington (Mo.) still remain No. 1 and No. 2, but UChicago is now ranked No. 3. The Maroons dazzled at the Brissman-Lundeen Cross Country Invitational hosted by Augustana (Ill.) as they swept the proceedings and put all seven runners in the top-10.

UW-La Crosse dropped to No. 4 after a tough day at the Live in the Lou Cross Country Classic, while UW-Stevens Point holds steady at No. 5 for the fifth week in a row.

New England Region

There was a slight change to the order of the top-5 teams in the New England Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

The top-3 teams from Week 3 remain the same as the region is headlined by No. 1 Williams. Sitting behind the Ephs is No. 2 MIT and No. 3 Bates. Both the Engineers and the Bobcats raced this past weekend, but didn’t do enough at the Live in the Lou Cross Country Classic or State of Maine Meet to close the gap on Williams.

Amherst and Middlebury went head to head at the Paul Short Run and the Mammoths earned the victory, which propelled them to No. 4 and the Panthers down to No. 5.

South/Southeast Region

There was a slight change to the order of the top-5 teams in the South/Southeast Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

Four of the top-5 teams from last week went head to head at the Live in the Lou Cross Country Classic with Berea (Ky.) topping them all. That pushed the Mountaineers to the No. 1 spot for the first time since the preseason.

Former No. 1 Emory finished behind Berea (Ky.) and dropped to No. 2, while Washington and Lee and Lynchburg finished further back and are ranked No. 3 and No. 4 again.

Oglethorpe rounds out the top-5 in Week 4.

West Region

There was a slight change to the order of the top-5 teams in the West Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer were both idle this week and remain No. 1 and No. 2, while UC Santa Cruz showed well at the Live in the Lou Cross Country Classic and continues to hold down the No. 3 spot.

Colorado College also ran well in Louisville, propelling itself to the No. 4 rank in the region, while Occidental fell from No. 4 to No. 5 to correspond with the other Tigers’ rise.

Women’s Story

Atlantic Region

There were no changes to the order of the top-5 teams in the Atlantic Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

SUNY Geneseo is still the regional favorite and is followed by No. 2 RPI, No. 3 RIT, No. 4 Rochester (N.Y.) and No. 5 Vassar.

Central Region

There were some major changes to the order of the top-5 teams in the Central Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

Wartburg turned in a strong showing at the Dan Huston Invitational and jumped two spots from No. 3 to No. 1. The Knights, who took down former No. 1 Carleton in the process, are ranked No. 1 for the first time since Week 7 of the 2013 season.

Both Carleton and St. Thomas (Minn.) dropped one spot to correspond with Wartburg’s rise, while St. Olaf held steady at No. 4 and Loras climbed one spot to No. 5 from No. 6.

Great Lakes Region

There were a few notable changes to the order of the top-5 teams in the Great Lakes Region between Week 3 and Week 4 after many teams competed at the Live in the Lou Cross Country Classic this past weekend.

Oberlin finished as the top team in the region and a clear second to meet champion MIT, which is why it remained No. 1. The Yeowomen were led by Oona Jung-Beeman in Louisville.

Hope is still ranked No. 2 after a fourth-place finish at the Live in the Live Cross Country Classic, while Baldwin Wallace and John Carroll each push up one spot thanks to their fifth- and sixth-place showing at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer Park.

Former No. 3 Case Western Reserve dropped two spots to No. 5.

Mideast Region

There was a slight change to the order of the top-5 teams in the Mideast Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

Johns Hopkins and Dickinson remain No. 1 and No. 2, but Swarthmore jumped from No. 5 to No. 3 after a decent showing in the Women’s College Brown 6K at the Paul Short Run.

Carnegie Mellon and Messiah each shuffled down one spot to No. 4 and No. 5, respectively, to correspond with the Garnet’s move.

Midwest Region

There were some notable changes to the top-5 teams in the Midwest Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

UChicago and Washington (Mo.) are still favored to earn automatic bids to NCAAs, while UW-Eau Claire, Elmhurst and UW-Stevens Point improved their positions to No. 3, No. 4 and No. 5, respectively. The Blugolds captured the team title at their own invitational this past weekend, scoring 49 points, while the Blue Jays and Pointers fared well at the Brissman-Lundeen Invitational and Blugold Invitational, respectively.

New England Region

There was a slight change to the order of the top-5 teams in the New England Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

Tufts and Williams didn’t compete and remain No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, while MIT and Middlebury are No. 3 and No. 4 for the second week in a row. Coast Guard sailed up one spot from No. 6 to No. 5 after its performance at the Paul Short Run this past weekend.

South/Southeast Region

There were some major changes to the order of the top-5 teams in the South/Southeast Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

Centre and Emory leapfrogged Washington and Lee into the No. 1 and No. 2 spots, respectively, while the Generals – who were idle – fell to No. 3. The Colonels ran their best race of the season at the Live in the Lou Classic where they finished ninth as a team. The Eagles weren’t too far behind Centre in 11th place, three points out of 10th.

Rhodes and Trinity (Texas) held steady at No. 4 and No. 5 once again.

West Region

There were no changes to the order of the top-5 teams in the West Region between Week 3 and Week 4.

Pomona-Pitzer and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps are still favored to earn automatic bids to NCAAs, while UC Santa Cruz, Occidental and Whitman sit No. 3, No. 4 and No. 5, respectively.

NCAA Division III
Men's Cross Country
USTFCCCA Regional Coaches' Rankings

2019 Week #4 - October 8th

About this Product
The USTFCCCA Regional Cross Country Coaches’ Rankings are determined subjectively by a single member coach in each respective region. The regional representative is tasked with weighing returning teams’ strength with current season results (if applicable) in determining a rank-order of squad potential. Only USTFCCCA member programs are eligible to receive a ranking. Teams with provisional status within the region may be ranked.

Atlantic Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1suny-geneseoSUNY GENESEO
SUNYAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2rpiRPI
Liberty League (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3ithacaITHACA
Liberty League (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 3)
4nyuNYU
UAA (7)
 NR
5ramapoRAMAPO
NJAC (1)
 NR
6brockportBROCKPORT
SUNYAC (3)
 ▼2
(LW: 4)
7st-lawrenceST. LAWRENCE
Liberty League (2)
 ▼2
(LW: 5)
8suny-oneontaSUNY ONEONTA
SUNYAC (2)
 ▼1
(LW: 7)
9rowanROWAN
NJAC (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 10)
10suny-cortlandSUNY CORTLAND
SUNYAC (4)
 NR

Central Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1wartburgWARTBURG
American Rivers (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2st-olafST. OLAF
MIAC (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 3)
3carletonCARLETON
MIAC (1)
 ▼1
(LW: 2)
4lutherLUTHER
American Rivers (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 5)
5lorasLORAS
American Rivers (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 6)
6st-thomas-minnST. THOMAS (MINN.)
MIAC (2)
 ▼2
(LW: 4)
7gustavus-adolphusGUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS
MIAC (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 7)
8bethel-minnBETHEL (MINN.)
MIAC (7)
 ▲2
(LW: 10)
9central-iowaCENTRAL (IOWA)
American Rivers (4)
 NR
10st-scholasticaST. SCHOLASTICA
UMAC (1)
 NR

Great Lakes Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1otterbeinOTTERBEIN
OAC (1)
 ▲1
(LW: 2)
2calvinCALVIN
MIAA (1)
 ▼1
(LW: 1)
3john-carrollJOHN CARROLL
OAC (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 4)
4case-western-reserveCASE WESTERN RESERVE
UAA (4)
 ▼1
(LW: 3)
5trineTRINE
MIAA (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 6)
6mount-unionMOUNT UNION
OAC (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 7)
7depauwDEPAUW
NCAC (1)
 ▼2
(LW: 5)
8denisonDENISON
NCAC (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 8)
9albionALBION
MIAA (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 9)
10ohio-northernOHIO NORTHERN
OAC (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 10)

Mideast Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1carnegie-mellonCARNEGIE MELLON
UAA (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2johns-hopkinsJOHNS HOPKINS
Centennial (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3dickinsonDICKINSON
Centennial (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 4)
4haverfordHAVERFORD
Centennial (2)
 ▼1
(LW: 3)
5elizabethtownELIZABETHTOWN
Landmark (1)
 ▲1
(LW: 6)
6swarthmoreSWARTHMORE
Centennial (4)
 ▲4
(LW: 10)
7york-paYORK (PA.)
CAC (1)
 NR
8moravianMORAVIAN
Landmark (2)
 ▼3
(LW: 5)
9stevensonSTEVENSON
MAC (2)
 ▼1
(LW: 8)
10widenerWIDENER
MAC (1)
 NR

Midwest Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1north-central-illNORTH CENTRAL (ILL.)
CCIW (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2washington-moWASHINGTON (MO.)
UAA (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3chicagoCHICAGO
UAA (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 4)
4uw-la-crosseUW-LA CROSSE
WIAC (1)
 ▼1
(LW: 3)
5uw-stevens-pointUW-STEVENS POINT
WIAC (6)
 ◀▶
(LW: 5)
6uw-eau-claireUW-EAU CLAIRE
WIAC (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 7)
7uw-oshkoshUW-OSHKOSH
WIAC (4)
 ▲2
(LW: 9)
8uw-stoutUW-STOUT
WIAC (2)
 ▼2
(LW: 6)
9uw-whitewaterUW-WHITEWATER
WIAC (5)
 ▼1
(LW: 8)
10msoeMSOE
NACC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 10)

New England Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1williamsWILLIAMS
NESCAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2mitMIT
NEWMAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3batesBATES
NESCAC (5)
 ◀▶
(LW: 3)
4amherstAMHERST
NESCAC (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 5)
5middleburyMIDDLEBURY
NESCAC (3)
 ▼1
(LW: 4)
6tuftsTUFTS
NESCAC (8)
 ▲2
(LW: 8)
7connecticut-collegeCONNECTICUT COLLEGE
NESCAC (6)
 ◀▶
(LW: 7)
8wpiWPI
NEWMAC (2)
 ▼2
(LW: 6)
9colbyCOLBY
NESCAC (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 9)
10trinity-connTRINITY (CONN.)
NESCAC (7)
 ◀▶
(LW: 10)

South/Southeast Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1berea-kyBEREA (KY.)
USA South (1)
 ▲1
(LW: 2)
2emoryEMORY
UAA (5)
 ▼1
(LW: 1)
3washington-and-leeWASHINGTON AND LEE
ODAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 3)
4lynchburgLYNCHBURG
ODAC (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 4)
5oglethorpeOGLETHORPE
SAA (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 5)
6rhodesRHODES
SAA (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 6)
7centreCENTRE
SAA (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 7)
8covenantCOVENANT
USA South (2)
 NR
9trinity-texasTRINITY (TEXAS)
SCAC (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 9)
10southern-virginiaSOUTHERN VIRGINIA
CAC (4)
 NR

West Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1claremont-mudd-scrippsCLAREMONT-MUDD-SCRIPPS
SCIAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2pomona-pitzerPOMONA-PITZER
SCIAC (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3uc-santa-cruzUC SANTA CRUZ
ACAA (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 3)
4colorado-collegeCOLORADO COLLEGE
SCAC (1)
 ▲2
(LW: 6)
5occidentalOCCIDENTAL
SCIAC (4)
 ▼1
(LW: 4)
6george-foxGEORGE FOX
NWC (1)
 ▲3
(LW: 9)
7lewis-clarkLEWIS & CLARK
NWC (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 8)
8redlandsREDLANDS
SCIAC (3)
 ▼3
(LW: 5)
9whitmanWHITMAN
NWC (5)
 NR
10willametteWILLAMETTE
NWC (6)
 NR
NCAA Division III
Women's Cross Country
USTFCCCA Regional Coaches' Rankings

2019 Week #4 - October 8th

About this Product
The USTFCCCA Regional Cross Country Coaches’ Rankings are determined subjectively by a single member coach in each respective region. The regional representative is tasked with weighing returning teams’ strength with current season results (if applicable) in determining a rank-order of squad potential. Only USTFCCCA member programs are eligible to receive a ranking. Teams with provisional status within the region may be ranked.

Atlantic Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1suny-geneseoSUNY GENESEO
SUNYAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2rpiRPI
Liberty League (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3ritRIT
Liberty League (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 3)
4rochester-n-yROCHESTER (N.Y.)
UAA (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 4)
5vassarVASSAR
Liberty League (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 5)
6ithacaITHACA
Liberty League (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 6)
7st-lawrenceST. LAWRENCE
Liberty League (5)
 ◀▶
(LW: 7)
8nyuNYU
UAA (8)
 ◀▶
(LW: 8)
9clarksonCLARKSON
Liberty League (6)
 ▲1
(LW: 10)
10suny-new-paltzSUNY NEW PALTZ
SUNYAC (2)
 ▼1
(LW: 9)

Central Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1wartburgWARTBURG
American Rivers (1)
 ▲2
(LW: 3)
2carletonCARLETON
MIAC (1)
 ▼1
(LW: 1)
3st-thomas-minnST. THOMAS (MINN.)
MIAC (2)
 ▼1
(LW: 2)
4st-olafST. OLAF
MIAC (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 4)
5lorasLORAS
American Rivers (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 6)
6gustavus-adolphusGUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS
MIAC (4)
 ▼1
(LW: 5)
7lutherLUTHER
American Rivers (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 7)
8concordia-moorheadCONCORDIA MOORHEAD
MIAC (5)
 ◀▶
(LW: 8)
9nebraska-wesleyanNEBRASKA WESLEYAN
American Rivers (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 9)
10saint-benedictSAINT BENEDICT
MIAC (6)
 NR

Great Lakes Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1oberlinOBERLIN
NCAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2hopeHOPE
MIAA (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3baldwin-wallaceBALDWIN WALLACE
OAC (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 4)
4john-carrollJOHN CARROLL
OAC (1)
 ▲1
(LW: 5)
5case-western-reserveCASE WESTERN RESERVE
UAA (6)
 ▼2
(LW: 3)
6allegheny-paALLEGHENY (PA.)
NCAC (3)
 NR
7otterbeinOTTERBEIN
OAC (3)
 ▼1
(LW: 6)
8ohio-northernOHIO NORTHERN
OAC (4)
 ▲1
(LW: 9)
9calvinCALVIN
MIAA (3)
 ▼1
(LW: 8)
10kenyonKENYON
NCAC (2)
 ▼3
(LW: 7)

Mideast Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1johns-hopkinsJOHNS HOPKINS
Centennial (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2dickinsonDICKINSON
Centennial (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3swarthmoreSWARTHMORE
Centennial (3)
 ▲2
(LW: 5)
4carnegie-mellonCARNEGIE MELLON
UAA (4)
 ▼1
(LW: 3)
5messiahMESSIAH
MAC (1)
 ▼1
(LW: 4)
6elizabethtownELIZABETHTOWN
Landmark (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 6)
7haverfordHAVERFORD
Centennial
 ◀▶
(LW: 7)
8eastern-paEASTERN (PA.)
MAC (5)
 ▲1
(LW: 9)
9lebanon-valleyLEBANON VALLEY
MAC (2)
 ▼1
(LW: 8)
10waynesburgWAYNESBURG
PAC (3)
 NR

Midwest Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1chicagoCHICAGO
UAA (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2washington-moWASHINGTON (MO.)
UAA (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3uw-eau-claireUW-EAU CLAIRE
WIAC (1)
 ▲1
(LW: 4)
4elmhurstELMHURST
CCIW (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 5)
5uw-stevens-pointUW-STEVENS POINT
WIAC (4)
 ▲1
(LW: 6)
6uw-oshkoshUW-OSHKOSH
WIAC (3)
 ▲3
(LW: 9)
7uw-la-crosseUW-LA CROSSE
WIAC (2)
 ▼4
(LW: 3)
8north-central-illNORTH CENTRAL (ILL.)
CCIW (2)
 ▼1
(LW: 7)
9carroll-wisCARROLL (WIS.)
CCIW (4)
 NR
10wheaton-illWHEATON (ILL.)
CCIW (1)
 ▼2
(LW: 8)

New England Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1tuftsTUFTS
NESCAC (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2williamsWILLIAMS
NESCAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3mitMIT
NEWMAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 3)
4middleburyMIDDLEBURY
NESCAC (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 4)
5coast-guardCOAST GUARD
NEWMAC (5)
 ▲1
(LW: 6)
6wesleyan-connWESLEYAN (CONN.)
NESCAC (6)
 ▼1
(LW: 5)
7batesBATES
NESCAC (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 7)
8mount-holyokeMOUNT HOLYOKE
NEWMAC (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 8)
9wellesleyWELLESLEY
NEWMAC (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 9)
10amherstAMHERST
NESCAC (7)
 ◀▶
(LW: 10)

South/Southeast Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1centreCENTRE
SAA (1)
 ▲1
(LW: 2)
2emoryEMORY
UAA (5)
 ▲1
(LW: 3)
3washington-and-leeWASHINGTON AND LEE
ODAC (1)
 ▼2
(LW: 1)
4rhodesRHODES
SAA (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 4)
5trinity-texasTRINITY (TEXAS)
SCAC (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 5)
6mary-washingtonMARY WASHINGTON
CAC (5)
 ◀▶
(LW: 6)
7shenandoahSHENANDOAH
ODAC (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 8)
8southern-virginiaSOUTHERN VIRGINIA
CAC (4)
 ▲1
(LW: 9)
9catholic-d-cCATHOLIC (D.C.)
Landmark (5)
 ▲1
(LW: 10)
10lynchburgLYNCHBURG
ODAC (2)
 NR

West Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1pomona-pitzerPOMONA-PITZER
SCIAC (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2claremont-mudd-scrippsCLAREMONT-MUDD-SCRIPPS
SCIAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3uc-santa-cruzUC SANTA CRUZ
ACAA (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 3)
4occidentalOCCIDENTAL
SCIAC (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 4)
5whitmanWHITMAN
NWC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 5)
6caltechCALTECH
SCIAC (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 6)
7redlandsREDLANDS
SCIAC (5)
 ▲1
(LW: 8)
8willametteWILLAMETTE
NWC (5)
 NR
9pacific-orePACIFIC (ORE.)
NWC (2)
 NR
10whitworthWHITWORTH
NWC (4)
 ▼3
(LW: 7)

USTFCCCA NCAA Division III Cross Country

2019 Rankings & Polls Calendar
Weeks Regional RankingsNational Coaches' Poll KEY DATES
PreseasonTue 8/27Wed 8/28
MEN | WOMEN
Aug. 30: Earliest Contest
Week 1Tue 9/17Wed 9/18
MEN | WOMEN
Week 2Tue 9/24Wed 9/25
MEN | WOMEN
Sep. 28: 'Late-Season' begins
Week 3Tue 10/1Wed 10/2
MEN | WOMEN
Week 4Tue 10/8Wed 10/9
MEN | WOMEN
Week 5Tue 10/15Wed 10/16
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