Deajah Stevens Wins U.S. 200 From Lane Nine, Ameer Webb Collects Title

Sacramento, Calif. -- Oregon junior Deajah Stevens made her second team of the weekend, winning the USATF 200 meter final out of the far outside lane. Stevens crushed the field in 22.30; Kimberlyn Duncan and Tori Bowie were second and third in 22.59 and 22.60. Stevens's teammate Ariana Washington was fourth and new collegiate record holder Kyra Jefferson was fifth. Earlier in the week, Stevens and Bowie made the U.S. team in the 100 meters, where Bowie won the final. Stevens was favored to win the NCAA title earlier this month but fell with 15 meters to go. Now she is headed to London in at least two events plus likely a relay.

The men's 200m final was a battle through the finish line as Ameer Webb out-leaned NCAA champion and record-holder Christian Coleman to win. Webb ran 20.09 and Coleman ran 20.10 to finish second and earn his spot on Team USA in two events after finishing runner-up in the 100m on Friday.

The performance marks Webb's first national title and second international team after competing at the 2016 Olympic Games.

Elijah Hall-Thompson of Houston earned the third and final spot with a 20.21-second run, which stands as a massive personal best. Hall skipped the NCAA Championships due to injury, but made a dramatic return to competition at the national championships.

NCAA West Preview: Stanford/Washington Battle Again

Top women's teams Stanford and Washington meet for the third time this season, while a loaded men's field features three teams in the top 10. Here's what to watch at Friday's West Regional meet in Colfax, Washington. 

NCAA Moves DI Northeast Regional To Road Course Due To Poor Conditions

Due to treacherous course conditions in Buffalo, New York, for Friday’s Division I Northeast regional, the NCAA has taken the extraordinary step to move the cross country races away from Audubon Golf Course and onto a road course.

NCAA Mountain Regional Preview: NAU Tangles With Colorado, BYU

Friday’s Mountain regional in Salt Lake City features a combined seven top ten ranked teams, the most among the nine NCAA DI qualifying meets. The men’s and women’s national champions have come out of the Mountain each of the last two years, a trend that could very well continue in 2019. As always, the sub-plot aside from the performance of the blue chip teams will be the bubble watch for the squads behind them. At-large bids figure to be in ample supply as teams outside the top two spots jostle for a trip to Terre Haute.

House Of Run: Mary Cain Speaks Out, Diamond League Changes

Kevin and Jason discuss Mary Cain’s experience being coached by Alberto Salazar, the changes to the Diamond League program and the conclusion of the Illinois state meet saga.

One Final Tune-Up For Monson: Great Lakes Preview

The Great Lakes region again looks like one of the best in all of Division I cross country with both genders expected to send multiple at-large bids to the NCAA Championships. In the individual race, Friday’s race in Madison is one final tune-up for NCAA favorite, Alicia Monson of Wisconsin. Here's what to watch for in both races. 

FloSports Announces Multiyear Partnership with MPSF

AUSTIN, Texas — November 12, 2019 — Today, FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, and Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) announced an extended multiyear partnership to serve as the official broadcast partner. FloSports will provide live and on-demand content and coverage of two Conference Championships exclusively on and

2019 DII NCAA XC Championships Field Announced

The fields for the 2019 DII NCAA XC Championships in Sacramento, California, are set. The 34 teams per gender and individual qualifiers advancing to nationals can be found below.

Which DI Runners Are Still Undefeated This Fall?

With only two meets remaining on the NCAA Division I XC schedule, there are still seven undefeated runners. Some of the names are familiar, while others are lesser-known. Let's take a look at who has yet to lose heading into regionals on Friday. 

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Salazar, Brown Appeal 4-Year Bans

As expected, Alberto Salazar and Jeffrey Brown have appealed their four-year suspensions to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).

DII XC Regional Recap: Mines, Adams State Strengthen Their NCAA Cases


Eight regional meets across the country went down on Saturday in Division II to build the 2019 NCAA XC Championship field.

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