No One's Racing This Weekend, But Literally Everyone Is Racing Next Weekend

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Most major college programs are taking this weekend off; you'll have to get your running fix in the high school ranks or with the pros on the roads of Minneapolis, Boston, or Chicago. But next weekend, every single top-25 ranked team and top-10 ranked individual in the men's and women's Saucony Flo50 is racing.

Next weekend will be even more competitive than the conference and regional weekends. No meets will see more good teams in one place between next weekend and the NCAA Division I championship five weeks later. FloTrack will air Wisconsin (Friday) and Pre-Nationals (Saturday) live, and we'll have non-live coverage from Penn State. Until then, see where your favorite team or runner will be racing and who they'll be facing off against.

Much more to come next week.

Top 25 Men's Teams

Rank School Meet
1 BYU Wisconsin Invitational
2 Syracuse Wisconsin Invitational
3 Stanford Wisconsin Invitational
4 Oregon Pre-Nationals
5 Arkansas Pre-Nationals
6 Iona Wisconsin Invitational
7 Colorado Pre-Nationals
8 Wisconsin Wisconsin Invitational
9 Georgetown Wisconsin Invitational
10 Northern Arizona Wisconsin Invitational
11 Colorado St. Wisconsin Invitational
12 Virginia Penn State Open
13 Ole Miss Penn State Open
14 Washington Wisconsin Invitational
15 Portland Wisconsin Invitational
16 Iowa St. Wisconsin Invitational
17 Indiana Pre-Nationals
18 UTEP Pre-Nationals
19 Boise St. Wisconsin Invitational
20 Oklahoma St. Penn State Open
21 Michigan Pre-Nationals
22 Eastern Kentucky Wisconsin Invitational
23 Michigan St. Wisconsin Invitational
24 Tulsa Wisconsin Invitational
25 Campbell Pre-Nationals

Top 25 Women's Teams

Rank School Meet
1 Colorado Pre-Nationals
2 Providence Wisconsin Invitational
3 Washington Wisconsin Invitational
4 Oregon Pre-Nationals
5 North Carolina St. Wisconsin Invitational
6 Portland Pre-Nationals
7 Michigan St. Wisconsin Invitational
8 Boise St. Wisconsin Invitational
9 Michigan Pre-Nationals
10 Stanford Pre-Nationals
11 Penn St. Penn State Open
12 Arkansas Pre-Nationals
13 Yale Wisconsin Invitational
14 Harvard Wisconsin Invitational
15 BYU Wisconsin Invitational
16 Eastern Michigan Pre-Nationals
17 New Mexico Wisconsin Invitational
18 Oklahoma St. Penn State Open
19 Baylor Wisconsin Invitational
20 Georgetown Wisconsin Invitational
21 Iowa St. Wisconsin Invitational
22 Utah Wisconsin Invitational
23 Princeton Wisconsin Invitational
24 SMU Wisconsin Invitational
25 Notre Dame Wisconsin Invitational

Top 10 Men's Individuals

Rank Athlete School Meet
1 Edward Cheserek Oregon Pre-Nationals
2 Pat Tiernan Villanova Penn State Open
3 Futsum Zienasellassie Northern Arizona Wisconsin Invitational
4 Justyn Knight Syracuse Wisconsin Invitational
5 Sean McGorty Stanford Wisconsin Invitational
6 Malachy Schrobilgen Wisconsin Wisconsin Invitational
7 Morgan McDonald Wisconsin Wisconsin Invitational
8 Grant Fisher Stanford Wisconsin Invitational
9 Jerrell Mock Colorado State Wisconsin Invitational
10 John Dressel Colorado Pre-Nationals

Top 10 Women's Individuals

Rank Athlete School Meet
1 Allie Ostrander Boise State Wisconsin Invitational
2 Brenna Peloquin Boise State Wisconsin Invitational
3 Erin Finn Michigan Pre-Nationals
4 Anna Rohrer Notre Dame Wisconsin Invitational
5 Alice Wright New Mexico Wisconsin Invitational
6 Erin Clark Colorado Pre-Nationals
7 Elise Cranny Stanford Pre-Nationals
8 Charlotte Prouse Washington Wisconsin Invitational
9 Bethan Knights California Pre-Nationals
10 Kaitlyn Benner Colorado Pre-Nationals

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