2017 DII NCAA XC Championships Fields Released

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The men's and women's fields for the DII NCAA XC Championships were released this afternoon. You can watch the national championship live on FloTrack starting at 9:00 AM CT on Saturday, Nov. 18.

Women's Team Qualifiers


SCHOOL REGION
Adams State South Central
Alaska Anchorage West
Anderson (South Carolina) Southeast
Assumption East
Augustana (South Dakota) Central
Cal State San Marcos West
California (Pennsylvania) Atlantic
California Baptist West
California Poly Pomona West
Chico State West
Colorado School of Mines South Central
Colorado-Colorado Springs South Central
Dallas Baptist University South Central
Edinboro Atlantic
Embry-Riddle (Florida) South
Grand Valley State Midwest
Hillsdale Midwest
Lee South
Minnesota Duluth Central
Mount Olive Southeast
Northern Michigan Midwest
Oklahoma Baptist Central
Pittsburg State Central
Queens (North Carolina) Southeast
Roberts Wesleyan East
Saint Leo South
Shippensburg Atlantic
Simon Fraser West
Stonehill East
University of Mary Central
Walsh Midwest
Western State South Central


Men's Team Qualifiers


SCHOOL REGION
Adams State South Central
Alabama-Huntsville South
American International East
Augusta Southeast
Augustana (South Dakota) Central
Bellarmine Midwest
California Baptist West
Central Missouri Central
Chico State West
Colorado School of Mines South Central
Colorado State-Pueblo South Central
Dallas Baptist University South Central
Edinboro Atlantic
Grand Valley State Midwest
Indiana (Pennsylvania) Atlantic
Lee South
Lewis Midwest
Merrimack Central
Minnesota Duluth Central
Missouri Southern State Central
Mount Olive Southeast
Queens (North Carolina) Southeast
Rogers State South Central
Saint Leo South
Shippensburg Atlantic
Sioux Falls Central
Southern Indiana Midwest
Stonehill East
Walsh Midwest
West Texas A&M South Central
Western Oregon West
Western State South Central

Women's Individual Qualifiers


Atlantic Region

Kelsey Chambers, Wheeling Jesuit
Sydney Pineault, West Virginia Wesleyan
Kaitlyn Workman, Wheeling Jesuit
Central Region
Dakotah Bullen, Northern State
Mary Carr, Southwest Baptist
Sasha Hovind, Northern State
Sierra Mortenson, Washburn

East Region

Kendall Fitzgerald, Post
Laura Morrison, Southern Connecticut State
Talya Williams, LIU Post
Midwest Region
Hope Jones, Southern Indiana
Jade Smith, Malone

South Region

Caren Bartuin, West Alabama
Katie Nelson, Montevallo
South Central Region
Rebekah Hernandez, Texas A&M International 
Erin Renner, Fort Lewis
Miriam Roberts, Colorado State-Pueblo

Southeast Region

Madison Hiatt, Wingate
Darroneshia Lott, Cocker
Katherine Yost, Georgia College

West Region

Hannah Benoit-Bucher, Point Loma
Tatiana Gillick, Humboldt State    
Swann Phelippeau, Academy of Art
Kennedy Rufener, Western Oregon
Ella Verhees, UC San Diego

Men's Individual Qualifiers


Atlantic Region

Jeremey Parsons, Slippery Rock
Jason Weitzel, Concord

Central Region

Bashir Aidrus, Southwest Minnesota State
Jacob Klemz, Washburn
Brian Newkirk, Emporia State
Austin Pasch, Minnesota State Mankato
Josh Young, Minnesota State Univ. Moorhead  

East Region

Sean Beney, Le Moyne
Tyler McLaren, Southern New Hampshire Univ.
Christopher Sims, Roberts Wesleyan

Midwest Region

Trevor Holowaty, Ferris State
Daniel Michalski, Cedarville
James Ngandu, Tiffin
Armando Torres, Wisconsin-Parkside

South Region

Matt Graves, Embry-Riddle (Florida)
Victor Onyango, West Alabama
Bobby Ormsby, Florida Southern
Trey Simons, Morehouse

South Central Region

Omer Almog, Eastern New Mexico
David Kimaiyo, Colorado-Colorado Springs

Southeast Region

Luke Greer, Carson-Newman
Mason Hazel, Anderson (South Carolina)
Silus Kipkoech, UNC Pembroke

West Region

Gatien Airiau, Academy of Art
Ruben Dominguez, California Poly Pomona
Edwin Kangogo, Alaska Anchorage
Jeremey Porter, Azusa Pacific

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