2019 DIII NCAA XC Championship Qualifiers

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Below are the team and individual qualifiers for the 2019 DIII NCAA XC Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, per NCAA:

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* denotes at-large bid



1. SUNY Geneseo

2. RPI

3. St. Lawrence*

4. Ithaca*

5. Oneonta*

Individuals: Robert Abrams (TCNJ), Sean Kuehn (Brockport St.), Matt Whitworth (New Palta St.), Hassan Eissa (RIT), Chris Andersen (Ramapo), Jason Rodriguez (Ramapo), Dillan Spector (NYU)


1. SUNY Geneseo

2. RPI

3. Ithaca*

4. Rochester*

5. Vassar*

6. RIT*

Individuals: Siena Moran (NYU), Emily Cavanagh (New Paltz St.), Brigit Humphreys (Hamilton), Cassandra Williams (New Paltz St.), Kaitlyn Stinson (Utica), Leah Haley (NYU), Ashley Walker (St. Lawrence)



1. Wartburg

2. Carleton

3. St. Olaf*

4. St. Thomas (Minn.)*

Individuals: Luke Guttormson (Loras), Fernando Benitez (Hamline), Andrew Stumbo (Gustavus Adolphus), Frank Gustafson (Hamline), Ezekiel Lelinga (Bethel (Minn.), Garet Grant (Gustavus Adolphus), Ian Kelly (Luther)


1. Carleton

2. Wartburg

Individuals: Kassie Rosenbum (Loras), Tierney Winter (Gustavus Adolphus), Audrey Miller (Loras), Vera Lindhorst (Luther), Bryony Hawgood (St. Olaf), Helen Dolan (Hamline), Sara Ness (St. Thomas (Minn.)



1. Calvin

2. Otterbein

3. John Carroll*

4. Case Western*

Individuals: Jack Beakas (Trine), Preston Myers (Mount Union), Zane Williams (DePauw), Austin Neura (Heidelberg), Cole Martin (DePauw), Jeff Joseph (Mount Union), Levi Neuzerling (Trine)


1. John Carroll

2. Baldwin Wallace

3. Oberlin*

4. Hope*

5. Allegheny*

6. Calvin*

Individuals: Evie Bultemeyer (Trine), Madeline Lindemann (Case Western), Emma Becker (Kenyon), Arig Tong (Hanover), Jenny Noll (DePauw), Tessa Pitcovich (Ohio Northern), Allison Currey (Otterbein)



1. Carnegie Mellon

2. Johns Hopkins

3. Haverford*

Individuals: Patrick Watson (Stevenson), Samuel Gerstenbacher (Elizabethtown), Greg Jaindl (Moravian), Franklin Livolsi (Widener), David Haines (Marywood), Jason Richwall (Muhlenberg), Liam Galligan (Franciscan (Ohio)


1. Johns Hopkins

2. Dickinson

3. Carnegie Mellon*

Individuals: Emily Gates (Stevenson), Keri Jones (Lebanon Valley), Olivia Visaggio (Misericordia), Savanna Carr (PSU-Behrend), Aubrey Wingert (Waynesburg), Kayla Murawski (DeSales), Lauren Wick (Lebanon Valley)



1. North Central (Ill.)

2. UW-La Crosse

3. Washington U.*

4. U. of Chicago*

5. UW-Stout*

Individuals: David Fassbender (UW-Whitewater), Zach Klokow (UW-Platteville), Marcos Garcia (Benedictine (Ill.), Cody Chadwick (UW-Oshkosh), Joe Kortenhof (Lawrence), Connor Dolan (UW-Eau Claire), Matt Stelmasek (UW-Stevens Point)


1. Washington U.

2. U. of Chicago

3. UW-La Crosse*

4. UW-Eau Claire* 

Individuals: Aryn Embretson (Wheaton), Erika Johnson (Wheaton), Dianne Barajas (North Central (Ill.), Emma Roberts (Benedictine (Ill.), Katie North (Illinois Wesleyan), Ashton Keene (UW-Oshkosh), Hannah Lohrenz (UW-Oshkosh)



1. Williams

2. Colby

3. MIT*

4. Amherst*

5. Bates*

6. Middlebury*

Individuals: Trevor Wysong (Bridgewater St.), Weyessa McAlister (Trinity (Conn.), Danny Aschale (Conn. College), Jacob Hickey (U. of New England), Matyas Csiki-Fejer (Suffolk), David Reynolds (WPI), Luca Ostertag-Hill (Bowdoin)


1. Williams

2. MIT

3. Tufts*

4. Bates*

5. Middlebury*

6. Wesleyan*

Individuals: Sophia Gorman (Colby), Kaitlyn Mooney (Coast Guard), Caroline Shipley (Bowdoin), Meredith Cronin (Conn. College), Samantha Feenstra (Trinity (Conn.), Delaney Bullock (Bowdoin), Emily Manfra (Suffolk)



1. Emory

2. Berea

Individuals: Maximillian Sparks (Lynchburg), Jeff Gibson (Mary Washington), Toler Freyaldenhoven (Rhodes), Michael Myers (Southern Virginia), Nathaneal Rankin (Ozarks (Ark.), Harry Bellow (Trinity (Tex.), Skyler Lattuca (Virginia Wesleyan)


1. Washington and Lee

2. Emory

3. Cente*

Individuals: Anna Wilgenbusch (Dallas), Stephanie Burnett (Lynchburg), English Jackson (Bridgewater (Virginia), Meredith Herman (Berry), Calista Ariel (Bridgewater (Virginia), Brianna Ratliff (Trinity (Tex.), Jordan Juran (Trinity (Tex.)



1. Pomona Pitzer

2. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps

3. UC Santa Cruz*

Individuals: Tucker Cargile (Redlands), Colin Monaghan (Puget Sound), Sean Richardson (Lewis and Clark), Tony Calderon (Colorado College), Simon Ricci (Cal Tech), Matt Scarlett (Occidental), Matthew Salas (La Verne)


1. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps

2. Pomona Pitzer

Individuals: Whitney Rich (Whitman), Maria Ramirez (Redlands), Becky George (Whitworth), Sabrina Thurber (Occidental), Claire Hu (Cal Tech), Kayla Lim (Occidental), Kristen Wanke (Whitman)

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