Stony Brook recorded its best finishes ever both as a team and individually at the NCAA Championships yesterday in Terre Haute, Ind. The women’s team finished seventh overall led by the Van Dalen twins, Lucy and Holly, who finished sixth and seventh respectively.
Michigan State women's cross country team concluded its 2010 season when it placed 23rd with a score of 481 at the 2010 NCAA Cross Country Championships. This marked the team's 10th consecutive championship appearance, and 12th straight with at least one individual runner. Individually, senior Emily MacLeod once again paced the Spartans with an All-American time of 20:48.1 to place 37th overall.
University of Cincinnati cross country runner Eric Finan (New Richmond, Ohio/New Richmond) placed 60th at the NCAA Championships on Monday, Nov. 22, at the LaVern Gibson Championship Course in Terre Haute, Ind.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Reaching the NCAA Cross Country Championships for the fourth time in the last five seasons, the University of Louisville men's cross country team finished 28th at the national championships on a windy Monday afternoon on the at the LaVern Gibson Championship Course located at the Wabash Valley Family Sports Center in Terre Haute, Ind.
Sophomore Risper Kimaiyo attained her second consecutive top-10 finish crossing the finish line fourth at the 2010 NCAA Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind., on Monday morning.
Miami University senior Rachel Patterson came six places and three seconds short of earning All-America status but still finished in the top 20 percent of the field as she claimed 46th place at the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championship Monday at a windy LaVern Gibson Championship Course.
Greg Kelsey finished his best cross-country season at the ultimate meet Monday, placing 103rd as an individual and representing Maryland at the NCAA Division I Nationals.
Senior and freshman both finish in the Top 75 overall
In just her junior season on the Hilltop, Emily Infeld (University Heights, Ohio/Beaumont) is now a six-time All-American and the 2010 NCAA Division I Runner-Up. On a cloudy day in Terre Haute, Ind., the race was all too familiar as Infeld battled BIG EAST foe Sheila Reid for the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championship individual crown today. A mere 2.3 seconds separated the two as Infeld took second place (20:09.2), leading the Hoyas to a fourth-place finish (167 points) on the LaVern Gibson Championship Course at the Wabash Valley Family Sports Center. The men finished 29th overall with 644 points.
Lamar University freshman Matt Johnsen placed 136th at the NCAA Men's Cross Country Championships on Monday.
Freshman Ryan Dohner led the Longhorns in the 10K race with a 60th-place finish in 30:52.8.
The Longhorns record their highest finish since 1989 led by Behm's 35th-place effort.
University of Iowa sophomore Jeff Thode earned All-America status at Monday's NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Cross Country Championships at the LaVern Gibson Championship Course in Terre Haute, Ind. Betsy Flood also represented the Hawkeyes on the women's side.
The Texas Tech Lady Raiders cross country team raced to a program-best, third-place finish and three All-American honors at the 2010 NCAA Cross Country Championships at the Wabash Family Sports Center in Terre Haute, Ind.
The University of Alabama men's cross country team capped another outstanding season with an 11th-place finish at the NCAA Championships Monday afternoon on the LaVern Gibson Championship course. Individually, Julius Bor earned All-America honors for the Crimson Tide with his 35th-place finish in the 10-kilometer race.
The Oklahoma State men's cross country program repeated as national champions Monday at the 2010 NCAA Cross Country Championships, winning its third overall and second consecutive national title as three Cowboys finished in the top 10 to seal the team championship.
2010 NCAA Cross Country Results (PDF Format) The Providence College women's and men's cross country teams competed at the NCAA Cross Country Championships on November 22 in Terre Haute, Ind. The event was held at the LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course at the Wabash Valley Family Sports Center.
Ben Cheruiyot and Holly Knight conclude their seasons at the NCAA Championships Monday.
The Florida State men's and women's cross country teams blew threw Monday's NCAA Championships on a Seminole Wind, posting a pair of runner-up finishes. > Women's Team Results > Women's Individual Results > Men's Team Results > Men's Individual Results
Texas A&M sophomores Natosha Rogers and Tara Upshaw competed in the NCAA Cross Country Championship race on Monday. Rogers placed 164th while Upshaw finished 178th on the LaVern Gibson Championship Course.
Craig Forys claimed 113th place (31:18.0) as Michigan's lone representative at the NCAA Championships.
Three All-America finishes by sophomores Mohammed Ahmed and Maverick Darling, followed senior Landon Peacock, led UW to a third-place finish at the 2010 NCAA Championships.
Jillian Smith placed 47th to just miss All-America honors, leading the Wolverines to 22nd place at the NCAA Championships.
Wake Forest junior cross country runner Anna Nosenko finished in 63rd place at the NCAA Championships Monday afternoon at the LaVern Gibson Championship Course located near the host campus of the meet, Indiana State University.
The women's cross country team finished 14th at the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships to earn their highest national placing since 2004, and junior Kendra Schaaf finished 11th to lead the Tar Heels and earn All- America honors.
The University of Notre Dame men's cross country team finished 25th (571 points) at the NCAA Cross Country Championship at the Lavern Gibson Cross Country Championship Course in Terre Haute, Ind. Junior Jeremy Rae (Fort Erie, Ontario/Lakeshore Catholic) was the top-finisher for the Irish in 31:07 for 78th place.
Freshman Emily Sisson of the Wisconsin women's cross country team placed her name in the record books at the NCAA Championship on Monday, Nov. 22, as she staked claim to her first-ever All-American accolade with a 14th-place individual finish.
Clemson junior Kim Ruck finished in 90th place at the NCAA Cross Country Championships on Monday at the LaVern Gibson Course. Ruck posted a time of 21:17.2 over the 6,000m course on a cold, windy afternoon in Indiana. It put a close on another strong season for Ruck, who earned all-region status for the second straight cross country campaign.
The Oklahoma State men's cross country team has captured its second-consecutive NCAA title.