1. WATCH LIVE: 2021 NCAA XC Championships Watch Party

    WATCH LIVE: 2021 NCAA XC Championships Watch Party

    Nov 17, 2021

    Join Kevin, Gordon, Courtney Frerichs and Justyn Knight on November 20th for the 2021 NCAA XC Championships watch party.
  2. Can Lee Sweep The Titles At Gulf South Championships?

    Can Lee Sweep The Titles At Gulf South Championships?

    Oct 21, 2021

    Several of the nation’s top Division II cross country teams and individuals will square off at Saturday’s Gulf South Championships on Saturday. The meet, hosted by Mississippi College on the Choctaw Trails course, features three nationally-ranked men’s teams and one nationally-ranked women’s team in the last USTFCCCA rankings.
  3. Steve Dolan Named Frank Dolson Director Of Penn Relays

    Steve Dolan Named Frank Dolson Director Of Penn Relays

    Oct 7, 2021

    Via Penn Relays
  4. FloTrack To Live-Stream 2017 NCAA DI, DII, DIII Cross Country Championships

    FloTrack To Live-Stream 2017 NCAA DI, DII, DIII Cross Country Championships

    Nov 9, 2017

    AUSTIN, Texas -- November 9, 2017 -- FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, will broadcast the 2017 NCAA Cross Country Championships in a partnership with the NCAA and NCAA Digital -- managed by Turner Sports. The partnership includes exclusive live and on-demand coverage of both men's and women's NCAA Division I, II, and III Championships, as well as the NCAA Division I West Regional Cross Country Championships and the NCAA Division I Great Lakes Regional Cross Country Championships.
  5. DI, DII, Or DIII: Which Division Selects The Best NCAA Cross Country Field?

    DI, DII, Or DIII: Which Division Selects The Best NCAA Cross Country Field?

    Oct 23, 2017

    There may not be a more exciting and dramatic event on the NCAA cross country calendar than regionals. While NCAAs pits the best of the best against each other and provides answers to the questions we've posed all season long, regional meets set the championship table with a maddening day of qualifying hysteria in which bubble teams stalk the results of every other region to find out if they've punched their ticket to nationals. 
  6. XC COUNTDOWN: #26 Princeton Women

    XC COUNTDOWN: #26 Princeton Women

    Aug 7, 2014

  7. NCAA Championships: Day 2 Recap

    NCAA Championships: Day 2 Recap

    Jun 8, 2012

                Day 2 of the NCAA Championships was one for the record books.  Even though the majority of the races today were preliminary heats, multiple records and personal bests were smashed as athletes were out guns blazing through these first days of the championship. 
  8. Lenny and the Gaels - Iona NCAA Preview 2011

    Lenny and the Gaels - Iona NCAA Preview 2011

    Nov 17, 2011

    With the size of its program, Iona’s streak of placing in the top 10 at the NCAA meet nine consecutive times is very impressive. This Monday they get the chance to carry that streak into the double digits. Being led by senior Lenny Korir, who’s touted as one of the favorites for the individual title, the Gaels head into “the big dance” as the recent runners-up at the Northeast Regional.
  9. USTFCCCA DI XC Poll - Shows Favor for Wisconsin, Florida State Entering NCAAs

    USTFCCCA DI XC Poll - Shows Favor for Wisconsin, Florida State Entering NCAAs

    Nov 15, 2011

  10. BYU Men: "There's a gang of Cougars on the podium"

    BYU Men: "There's a gang of Cougars on the podium"

    Nov 15, 2011

    'There’s a gang of Cougars on the podium.' This is something that could be uttered at the NCAA Cross Country Championships Monday, if the Brigham Young Cougars bring their A-game.   Fresh off a Mountain Region individual championship that subsequently led his squad to the team title, senior 1,500-meter specialist Miles Batty could lead a Cougar charge that results in a podium finish. In winning the individual title, Batty beat the likes of Southern Utah’s Cameron Levins and Northern Arizona’s Diego Estrada, impressive feats in a championship setting.   With their automatic-qualifying, and somewhat surprising regional victory over a strong Colorado team, BYU is preparing for putting together their best race of the season. Last year’s championships concluded with an 18th place finish, a placing that will almost certainly be improved upon. How much of an improvement depends on that magical 35-minute window on Monday.   “We know what’s out there with Oklahoma State and Wisconsin,” head cross country coach Ed Eyestone said over the phone Monday night. “That takes the pressure off of the three to seven teams like us.”   Flying under the radar simply isn’t happening for BYU, as this team has the goods from Batty down the line of scoring runners, and has all year. The only meet they haven’t won this year has been a runner-up finish to Wisconsin at the Wisconsin Invitational, where they defeated an Indiana squad that was ranked seventh in the nation at the time.   After Batty, who finished 15th individually last year, the Cougar contingent is comprised of junior Rex Shields, sophomores Jared Ward, Jason Witt, Curtis Carr, and freshmen Steve Flint and Spencer Hanson. Just over two weeks ago this squad ended the Portland Pilots streak of 32 straight West Coast Conference championships in their debut year of joining the WCC, with Batty stealing the individual title and bettering Alfred Kipchumba’s course record by 33 seconds.   “We’ve got a good core of strong guys, who are race-savvy and selfless and we’ll run to the best of our potential,” Eyestone said. “It will take a very good day for the podium.”   Eyestone expects Batty to be a part of the chase pack behind the presumed battle between Arizona’s Lawi Lalang and Iona’s Lenny Korir, but doesn’t rule out Batty’s chances of being involved in a kicker’s finish.   “It’s not our goal to go for an individual championship,” Eyestone said. “But I won’t rule it out. It’s a possibility.”
  11. Wisconsin Cross Country: A Study In Pressure

    Wisconsin Cross Country: A Study In Pressure

    Nov 15, 2011

    Wisconsin Cross Country: A Study In Pressure
  12. Hoyas Rising: Georgetown Back On The Radar For NCAA Title

    Hoyas Rising: Georgetown Back On The Radar For NCAA Title

    Nov 14, 2011

    After slow start, Georgetown back on track as national contender
  13. NCAA Cross Country Championships LIVE Streaming Video Internet Web Link Info

    NCAA Cross Country Championships LIVE Streaming Video Internet Web Link Info

    Nov 14, 2011

    NCAA Cross Country Championships LIVE Streaming Video Internet Links
  14. Iowa State Women: A Humble Dynasty Reaches for More

    Iowa State Women: A Humble Dynasty Reaches for More

    Nov 14, 2011

    As someone who doesn’t particularly follow women’s NCAA cross country, or at least not nearly as closely as I do the men, it’s often hard to know who is a legitimate program these days.  Sure, it’s easy to remember a few top runners or notice when a team is absolutely loaded one year, but the thing of it is that more often than not these squads and competitors come to prominence one season and spend the next three rebuilding.  With all of the talent, transfers, and team changes, it can be very hard to pinpoint a consistent dynasty within such a competitive organization of women. 
  15. Men's NCAA Championship Preview- Oklahoma State

    Men's NCAA Championship Preview- Oklahoma State

    Nov 14, 2011

    The Oklahoma State Cowboys will roll into Terre Haute, Indiana for the NCAA Cross Country Championships as two-time defending champions looking to become only the fifth men’s program to win three consecutive championships.  The Cowboys are undefeated this season and their probable line-up features five All-Americans from 2010.   Yet, their greatest accomplishment may be that they have managed to avoid being pegged as the favorite, despite all the evidence to the contrary.  If a plaque were awarded on Monday for managing expectations, the Cowboys would be a shoo-in.  Intentionally or not, they have moved the target off their back and placed the unenviable mantle upon Wisconsin.