Rewatch The 2022 NCAA DIII Cross Country Championships
They were dashing through the snow in East Lansing, Michigan!
The 2022 NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships were one for the record books.
Here are a few of the historical moments.
- Alex Phillip of John Carroll became just the third man in the past 22 years to repeat as individual champion. Phillip joined Josh Moen of Wartburg in 2003-2004 and Ian LaMere of UW-Platteville in 2015-2016 in that regard.
- Kassie Parker of Loras became the first woman to repeat as individual champion since Wendy Palvus of St. Lawrence in 2009 and 2010.
- MIT came into the meet ranked second in the NCAA DIII Men’s Cross Country Coaches’ Poll, but ran away with the team title. The Engineers won their first title in program history thanks to five All-America efforts.
- Johns Hopkins became the winningest women’s program in NCAA DIII history when it topped the podium in the Wolverine State. The Blue Jays now have won eight national titles, one more than SUNY Cortland did under the direction of USTFCCCA Coaches Hall of Fame member Dr. Jack Daniels.
For those of you who want to watch the meet again, you’re in luck.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, November 18, because that’s when the 2023 NCAA DIII Cross Country Championships will be held at Big Spring High School in Newville, Pennsylvania.