The Day of Reckoning - RJ 308
The road to the NCAA DI XC National Championships starts with nine regional races. We break down which teams will make it from each region, plus who has those important Kolas points. Here's what you need to know and look out for this weekend. Which region is the deepest? Which teams need help? Who's your new #1? What about all of these guys who have still yet to race? Possible doomsday scenarios are explained. Right now episode 1 of Driven: Jake and Zane Robertson is up on the homepage, but check back next week for Workout Wednesday with the #2 Providence Friars. Did we mention that we're filming high school superstar Alexa Efraimson for another WOW as well? This Friday we'll have our live Kolas Calculator show, so make sure to tune in at 8:00pm CT to see who made it to the Big Dance. Sponsored by ASICS
Oregon's Parker Stinson, Mac Fleet & Tanguy Pepiot thru regionals and look ahead to NCAA's
The Ducks have played second fiddle to conference rival Colorado all year long and with still no sign of Jenkins, there are still questions around the Ducks. But what we do know is that they have solid leadership, super freshmen, and Mac Fleet's incredible style.
Emma Bates looks to contend for the win in Terre Haute
Another big win, another big boost. Emma Bates' win at the West Regional had two big firsts: (1) she was the first Boise State Bronco to to win an NCAA West Regional title and (2) this'll be her first trip to NCAA XC Nationals. This win plus her big finish at Pre-Nationals gives Bates the confidence to contend with anyone in the country. Come Terre Haute, there'll only be a few women left who can challenge the redshirt junior. Could she be the one to give Dartmouth's Abbey D'Agostino a run for her money?
West region champ Edward Cheserek credits Oregon team atmosphere for success
Stanford coach Chris Miltenberg gets two clutch performances as Cardinal prep for NCAA's
The Stanford women came into the regional weekend merely on the bubble of making the NCAA championships. With the season on the line, the Stanford women finished second and the men finished first, securing both a spot in Terre Haute next weekend.
NCAA West Regional Course Preview
Video preview of the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex, host of the 2013 NCAA West Regional Championships. This preview follows the main 3300 meter loop of the course.
Haggin Oaks Course Preview (NCAA West Regional Course)
Course preview of the main 3300 meter loop of the Haggin Oaks course, which will host the 2013 NCAA West Regional and is bidding for future NCAA Championships.
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