2019 DI NCAA XC Individual Qualifiers

Here are the individual qualifiers for the 2019 DI NCAA XC Championships per the NCAA:

GREAT LAKES REGIONAL

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Simon Bedard (Butler)

Euan Makepeace (Butler)

Morgan Beadlescomb (Michigan State)

Marc Migliozzi (Akron)

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Natalie Cizmas (Eastern Michigan)

Anna Kostarellis (Xavier)

Emily Royston (Butler)

Maggie Schneider (Oakland)

MID-ATLANTIC REGIONAL

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Camren Fischer (Princeton)

Jake Brophy (Navy)

Conor Lundy (Princeton)

Anthony Russo (Penn)

WOMEN

Madeline Perez (Georgetown)

Suzanne Dannheim (George Washington)

Melia Chittenden (Princeton)

Sami Corman (Georgetown)

MOUNTAIN REGIONAL

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Christian Allen (Weber State)

Christopher Henry (Wyoming)

Titus Cheruiyot (UTEP)

Taylor Dillion (Weber State)

WOMEN

Camila Noe (Montana State)

Alison Pray (Southern Utah)

Linda Cheruiyot (UTEP)

Lexie Thompson (Weber State)

MIDWEST REGIONAL

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Thomas George (Missouri)

Alec Basten (Minnesota)

Nathan Mylenek (Iowa)

George Kusche (Nebraska)

WOMEN

Cailie Logue (Iowa State)

Taylor Somers (Oklahoma State)

Winny Koskei (Wichita State)

Ashley Tutt (Northern Illinois)

Molly Born (Oklahoma State)

NORTHEAST REGIONAL

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Alex Masai (Hofstra)

Ryan Cutch (Fordham)

Christopher Alfond (UMass Lowell)

Benjamin Drezek (UMass Lowell)

WOMEN

Hannah Reinhardt (Albany)

Hannah Butler (Brown)

Mia Nahom (UConn)

Egle Morenaite (Iona)

Lotte Black (Rhode Island)

SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL

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Justin Domangue (UT Arlington)

Abraham Chirchir (UT Rio Grande Valley)

Florian Lussy (North Texas)

Jordan Rowe (Lamar)

Eric Casarez (Texas A&M)

WOMEN

Grace Forbes (Rice)

Kelsie Warren (Texas A&M)

Arina Kleshchukova (New Orleans)

Ashley Driscoll (Texas A&M)

SOUTHEAST REGIONAL

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Athanas Kioko (Campbell)

Amon Kemboi (Campbell)

Adriaan Wildschutt (Coastal Carolina)

Nadeel Wildschutt (Coastal Carolina)

Ezekiel Kibichii (Eastern Kentucky)

WOMEN

Hannah Steelman (Wofford)

Sara Freix (Virginia Tech)

Ivine Chemutai (Louisville)

Paige Hofstad (North Carolina)

SOUTH REGIONAL

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Ben Varghese (East Tennessee State)

Brent Leber (Lipscomb)

Stephen Jones (Mississippi State)

Kaleb McLeod (Belmont)

WOMEN

Joyce Kimeli (Auburn)

Jessica Pascoe (Florida)

Jessica Drop (Georgia)

Samantha Drop (Georgia)

WEST REGIONAL

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James Mwaura (Gonzaga)

Colin Burke (UCLA)

Garrett Reynolds (UCLA)

Nick Randazzo (UC Santa Barbara)

WOMEN

Aoibhe Richardson (San Francisco)

Christina Rice (UCLA)

Anna Pataki (Portland)

Jenny Sandoval (San Jose State)

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The NCAA was well-represented on Sunday at the 2019 SPAR European Cross Country Championships in Lisbon, Portugal. Here is where every U.S.-based collegiate athlete finished in their respective races: