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.

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* denotes at-large selection

SOUTH

MEN

1. Alabama-Huntsville

2. Lee (Tenn.)

3. Saint Leo

Individuals: Jakob Bernal (West Alabama), Shaun Bullock (Embry-Riddle), Matthew Chesum (Benedict), Evan Del Rio (Mississippi College), Mason Jones (Florida Southern)

WOMEN

1. Lee (Tenn.)

2. Tampa

3. Saint Leo

Individuals: Justine Glass (Montevallo), Taylor Gonzalez (Montevallo), Stellah Kiptui (Benedict)

SOUTHEAST

MEN

1. Queens (N.C.)

2. Augusta

3. Mount Olive

Individuals: Joshua Chepkesir (UNC Pembroke), Marcus Graham (Flagler), Micah Kipchumba (Wingate)

WOMEN

1. Queens (N.C.)

2. Flagler

3. Wingate

Individuals: Nicole McMillen (Tusculum), Rachel Strayer (Carson-Newman), Micah Weathers (Augusta)

MIDWEST

MEN

1. Grand Valley State

2. Michigan Tech

3. Southern Indiana

4. Walsh*

Individuals: Dayton Brown (Saginaw Valley State), Brock Eves (UW-Parkside), Joseph Humes (Hillsdale), Blake Jones (Illinois-Springfield)

WOMEN

1. Grand Valley State

2. Michigan Tech

3. Walsh

4. Hillsdale*

5. Southwest Baptist*

6. Southern Indiana*

7. Wayne State*

8. Saginaw Valley State*

Individuals: Lauren Bailey (Indianapolis), Taryn Christy (Illinois-Springfield), Mackenna Curtis-Collins (Malone), Kathryn Etelamaki (Ferris State), Claire McCune (Drury), Hannah Thompson (Malone)

CENTRAL

MEN

1. Missouri Southern

2. NW Missouri

3. Augustana (S.D.)

4. Fort Hays St.*

5. Sioux Falls*

Individuals: Corbin Hansen (Nebraska-Kearney), Nadir Yusuf (MSU-Moorhead)

WOMEN

1. Augustana (S.D.)

2. U-Mary

3. Pittsburg State

Individuals: Risper Mengich (Central Missouri), Anna Mora (East Central)

WEST

MEN

1. Chico State

2. Cal Poly Pomona

3. Cal St. San Marcos

4. Stanislaus State*

5. Western Washington*

6. Biola*

7. UC San Diego*

Individuals: Felix Kemboi (Alaska Anchorage), Wesley Kirui (Alaska Anchorage), Tyler Shea (Northwest Nazarene), Daniel Tull (Humboldt State)

WOMEN

1. Chico State

2. Northwest Nazarene

3. Cal St. East Bay

4. Alaska Anchorage*

5. Seattle Pacific*

6. Cal Poly Pomona*

7. Western Washington*

Individuals: Nancy Juarez (Stanislaus State), Hasna Kaarour (Academy of Art), Grace Knapp (Western Oregon), Sam Rocke (UC San Diego), Olivia Willett (Simon Fraser)

ATLANTIC

MEN

1. Charleston (W.V.)

2. Edinboro

3. Davis & Elkins

Individuals: Josh Coakley (West Chester), Casey Ellis (East Stroudsburg), Ryan Garich (Gannon), Sam Lenze (Indiana (Pennsylvania), Aaron Pfeil (Lock Haven), Isaac Prather (Concord), Joseph Westrick (Gannon)

WOMEN

1. Edinboro

2. Davis & Elkins

3. Seton Hill

Individuals: Cadie Kiser (Lock Haven), Laurel Moyer (Lock Haven)

EAST

MEN

1. Roberts Wesleyan

2. American International

3. Stonehill

Individuals: Chris Davitt (Le Moyne), Micah Hewitson (Southern New Hampshire)

WOMEN

1. Stonehill

2. Roberts Wesleyan

3. Southern New Hampshire

Individuals: Abagaile Kimbrell (St. Thomas Aquinas), Katie Olding (American International)

SOUTH CENTRAL

MEN

1. Colorado Mines

2. Western Colorado

3. Adams State

4. West Texas A&M*

5. UC-Colorado Springs*

6. Colorado Christian*

Individuals: Patrick Chemoimet (Lubbock Christian), James Majenge (Cameron)

WOMEN

1. Adams State

2. Colorado Mines

3. Western Colorado

4. UC-Colorado Springs*

Individuals: Alden Gruidel (Metro State), Billie Hatch (Dixie State)

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