Hook Em' Horns: Sunshine State Speedster Teahna Daniels Decides University of Texas Todd Grasley Nov 19, 2014

First Academy senior Teahna Daniels had a junior season to remember in 2014. Daniels scored major wins at the Texas Relays, Florida Relays, and then at the 1A state championships where she won both the 100 and 200 meter dash. She finished first at the Golden South Classic and followed that up with a runner-up finish at the Adidas Grand Prix Dream 100 in New York City, and ended her year with a personal best 11.31 and third place showing at USA Juniors. Recently, Daniels announced her college decision to run for the University of Texas.

UF Makes It Two In A Row: Diaz Decides To Be A Gator Todd Grasley Oct 20, 2014

Coach Spangler and the University of Florida men's cross country program added another Sunshine State talent this weekend with the addition of Miami Sunset's Nick Diaz. Diaz, the 2013 4A Cross Country Finals champion, joins fellow South Florida distance runner Ryan Rodriguez of Belen Jesuit as the latest commitments to the Gators. We caught up with him to talk about the recruiting process, his decision, goals for the 2014 season, and beyond.

The Montana Star decides to stay in state for college Jimmy Stevenson Oct 18, 2014

One of the best runners to come out of Montana, Makena Morley, decides to keep her talents in her home state as she commits to run for the University of Montana. We caught up with the US #12 runner to ask her a bit about the recruiting process and her reactions after the big decision.

A high school star in Illinois, Reiser looks to be college stud next for Fighting Illini Brandon Miles Oct 16, 2014

US top 10 ranked runner and returning Foot Locker Nationals and Nike Cross Nationals qualifier Jesse Reiser of McHenry High School in Illinois is one of the first big names of the 2015 national class to have made his college decision known. The sub 9 minute two miler Reiser has decided to not leave his home state and will be racing for the Fighting Illini at the University of Illinois next fall.