2018 DII NCAA XC All-American Projections

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Below are FloTrack's 2018 projections for the men's and women's DII NCAA XC All-Americans:

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Men's DII Top 40 Projections:

PLYRATHLETESCHOOL
1SRZach PanningGrand Valley State
2SRSydney GidabudayAdams State
3SRGrant ColliganColorado School of Mines
4SOEnael WoldemichaelGrand Valley State
5SRMarcelo LagueraCSU-Pueblo
6SRElias GedyonAdams State
7SRLeakey KipkosgeiAmerican International
8FRGidieon KimutaiMissouri Southern
9SRJosh HoskinsonColorado School of Mines
10SREddie KingChico State
11JRMason PhillipsSioux Falls
12SOTaylor StackWestern Colorado
13JRLogan RamletColorado School of Mines
14SRTom GoforthSaginaw Valley
15JRKarim AchengliNorthwest Missouri
16SOFelix KemboiAlaska-Anchorage
17SRDerrick WilliamsCSU-Pueblo
18FRTitus WindersSouthern Indiana
19JRAustin NolanSouthern Indiana
20FRJoshua ChepkesirUNC-Pembroke
21SRHosava KretzmanFort Lewis
22JRChristian NobleLee (Tenn.)
23FRIsaiah RodarteAdams State
24SOLuc HagenColorado School of Mines
25SRJack JohnsonChico State
26SOWesley KiruiAlaska-Anchorage
27JRRoss HuschWestern Colorado
28JRKale AdamsAdams State
29JRJacob KlemzWashburn
30SRJason WeitzelConcord
31SRStetson RayasDallas Baptist
32SRLucas TaxterStonehill
33SRJohn LawsonSan Francisco St.
34SODerek SteeleColorado School of Mines
35JRSteven BrownSioux Falls
36FRMiguel VillarAdams State
37FRTanner ChadaGrand Valley State
38SRJosh YoungMSU-Moorhead
39FRCharlie SweeneyWestern Colorado
40JRCorbin HansenNebraska-Kearney

Women's DII Top 40 Projections:

PLYRATHLETESCHOOL
1SRAlicja KonieczekWestern Colorado
2SRSophie SewardWestern Colorado
3JREilish FlanaganAdams State
4SRSarah BergerGrand Valley State
5SRJaiden SchuetteU-Mary
6JRAllie LudgeGrand Valley State
7SOAneta KonieczekWestern Colorado
8JREmmah Chelimo Alaska-Anchorage
9JRLeah HanleMount Olive
10SRIda NarbuvollU-Mary
11JRRoisin FlanaganAdams State
12SRMackenzie KellyAugustana (S.D.)
13FRStephanie CotterAdams State
14SRKarlie Garcia Chico State
15SREmily RobertsU-Mary
16SRKennedy RufenerWestern Colorado
17JRKaylee BoginaAdams State
18JRKate FoxU-Mary
19SONancy JeptooAlaska-Anchorage
20SRGina PattersonGrand Valley State
21JRKayla WootenUC-Colorado Springs
22SRDomtila KiplagatLenoir-Rhyne
23SRBrianna CoyWalsh
24SREileen StresslingAzusa Pacific
25JRSarah EdensEmbry-Riddle
26SRZennah JepchumbaAlaska-Anchorage
27SOAshlee KuykendallMissouri Southern
28SRKarly GawareckiBellarmine
29SRTiffany ChristensenAdams State
30SOOlivia WillettSimon Fraser
31SRAlicia BelkoCalifornia (Pa.)
32JRArena LewisHillsdale
33SOMadison GoenGrand Valley State
34FRZoe BakerColorado School of Mines
35JRKendall FitzgeraldPost
36JRAmira CunninghamLubbock Christian
37JRKathryn EtelamakiFerris State
38SONicole SoleimCentral Washington
39SRDanielle McCormickAlaska-Anchorage
40JRHaLeigh Hunter-GalvanAdams State


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One of the greatest distance runners in American history has retired: Four-time Olympian and 2017 New York City Marathon champion Shalane Flanagan announced on Monday that her incredible professional running career is over after 15 years.

Weekend Recap: NAU Keeps On Chugging, UW States Their Case

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This past weekend of NCAA cross country gave us a much clearer picture of how the rest of the 2019 campaign will unfold. With the Nuttycombe and Pre-National Invitationals bringing together the best squads across the country, team title favorites strengthened their cases while top individuals emerged from the crowded pack to position themselves at the front heading into the postseason.

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Less than 24 hours after the Nuttycombe Invitational, the second big NCAA cross country meet of the weekend gets going in Terre Haute. The Pre Nationals meet at the site of this year’s NCAA Championships features four of the top seven women’s teams in the nation. Here are three big questions that will be answered in the race: 

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