Five Medical Scratches Have Been Submitted To The NCAA

Five medical scratches have been submitted to the NCAA by today's medical scratch deadline. Notably, LSU's Lisa Gunnarsson has scratched the pole vault where she was projected to finish second overall. Also the Wisconsin men now have two heptathletes entered after Nebraska's Cale Wagner scratched, which should help their team title chances.

Check out our latest team projections here.

Men’s 60m Hurdles

SCRATCH: FR Eric Edwards Jr. (Oregon)

ADDED: SR Isaiah Moore (South Carolina)

Women’s 400m

SCRATCH: SR Sara Limp (Texas Tech)

ADDED: JR Wadeline Jonathas (South Carolina)

Women’s Pole Vault

SCRATCH: SO Lisa Gunnarsson (LSU)

ADDED: JR Helen Falda (South Dakota)

Women’s Pentathlon

SCRATCH: SR Erika McLeod (Montana)

ADDED: JR Emilie Berge (South Alabama)

Men’s Heptathlon

SCRATCH: JR Cale Wagner (Nebraska)

ADDED: JR Zachary Lorbeck (Wisconsin)

Updated Entries Here

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2019 FloXC Countdown: #11 Vincent Kiprop

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2019 FloXC Countdown: #11 Adva Cohen

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2019 FloXC Countdown: #11 Notre Dame Women

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. And, be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, August 26th at 10 AM CT. The No. 11 women’s spot goes to Notre Dame, and here's why:

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2019 FloXC Countdown: #12 Alabama Men

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. And, be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, August 26th at 10 AM CT. The No. 12 men’s spot goes to Alabama and here's why:

2019 FloXC Countdown: #12 Katrina Robinson

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. The No. 12 women’s individual spot goes to Arkansas sophomore Katrina Robinson, and here's why:

2019 FloXC Countdown: #12 Cooper Teare

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. The No. 12 men’s individual spot goes to Oregon junior Cooper Teare, and here's why:

2019 FloXC Countdown: #12 Washington Women

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. And, be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, August 26th at 10 AM CT. The No. 12 women’s spot goes to Washington, and here's why:

2019 FloXC Countdown: #13 Syracuse Women

Follow our 2019 FloXC Countdown, where FloTrack ranks the top 25 cross country teams and individuals in the NCAA this season which will be LIVE on FloTrack. And, be sure to watch our LIVE FloXC Podium Reveal Show Monday, August 26th at 10 AM CT. The No. 13 women’s spot goes to Syracuse, and here's why: