HANOVER, Ind. — Johns Hopkins won its second consecutive national title on Saturday, finishing first at the NCAA Championships at Hanover with 85 points.
The St. Olaf men’s cross country team had four All-America finishes, led by Grant Wintheiser in third and Jake Brown in eighth, as the Oles held off a charge by runner up North Central College to claim the NCAA Division III Championship, the first NCAA team title in school history, on Saturday afternoon.
The NCAA Cross Country Championships are just a few days away and 31 teams and 38 individuals are making their final preparations for the big meet.
The clash between No. 4 Baylor and No. 10 Oklahoma State has been highlighted as the game of the week, as NCAAF – College Football – Week 13 continues on Saturday with another full schedule of games.
A few days after nearly every Division I cross country team took to the nine regional sites across the country, the 31 teams and 38 individuals are set to compete at the NCAA National Championships.
Theo Walcott has been named to the Arsenal bench for their EPL game against Southampton at Emirates Stadium, as the leaders look to take advantage of playing at home.
The NCAA III Cross Country National Championships are being held on Hanover College’s campus course for the third time since 2003. The 2013 championship field boasts the defending national champions from both the women’s and men’s 2012 finales, a collection of the top teams and 560 of the best runners in the nation.
Striker Daniel Sturridge starts on the bench for Liverpool in today’s English Premier League game against Everton, a game which is the 221st Merseyside derby.
SPOKANE, Wash. – The NCAA Division II National Cross County meet returns to the Plantes Ferry Athletic Complex Saturday for the second time in three years. Women’s Race (6k): 10:30am (PT), 1:30 pm (EST) Men’s Race (10k): 11:30am (PT), 2:30 pm (EST) Live Results | Watch Live Stream Thirty-two men’s and 32 women’s teams will compete for the national team…