picture of 2019 DI NCAA XC Championships

Completed · Nov 23, 2019

FloTrack will provide exclusive live and on-demand coverage of the 2019 Division I NCAA Cross Country National Championships. The DI NCAA Championships will take place on Nov. 23 at the LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course in Terre Haute, Indiana. The broadcast will begin with the pre-show at 9am EST, followed by the women's race at 11:15am and the men's race at 12:15pm. Sign up today to watch all three NCAA XC Championships live and get access to all of FloTrack's pre and post-race coverage. A subscription also gives users access to MileSplit and all of the events and premium content across the network of 25 FloSports sites.

  1. NAU: Running With The Boys

    NAU: Running With The Boys

    Jan 4, 2020

    FloTrack presents an exclusive five-part docuseries following the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks during their 2019 cross country season.
  2. How NCAA Athletes Fared At The 2019 European XC Championships

    How NCAA Athletes Fared At The 2019 European XC Championships

    Dec 9, 2019

    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:
  3. Diljeet Taylor's Unconvential Path To Coaching Stardom

    Diljeet Taylor's Unconvential Path To Coaching Stardom

    Dec 4, 2019

    As the weather deteriorated into a biting mix of wind and rain in Terre Haute, Indiana, the Brigham Young University (BYU) women’s cross country team stepped onto the awards podium. Each woman, ten in all, wore a blue and white beanie with “Taylor Made” printed on the front, the Y emphasized to match the BYU logo. 
  4. Which Combined Men's & Women's Program Won 2019 NCAA XC?

    Which Combined Men's & Women's Program Won 2019 NCAA XC?

    Dec 3, 2019

    Check out which programs fared the best when the men's and women's scores were combined at the 2019 NCAA Cross Country Championships. 
  5. Way-Too-Early 2020 NCAA Cross Country Podium Picks

    Way-Too-Early 2020 NCAA Cross Country Podium Picks

    Dec 1, 2019

    The 2019 cross country season may be done, but is it ever too early to talk about next season? Check out our 2020 NCAA cross country podium team predictions below.
  6. 2019's 10 Most Improved In NCAA Cross Country

    2019's 10 Most Improved In NCAA Cross Country

    Nov 29, 2019

    Within every NCAA cross country season there are always individual performers who improve dramatically from the year before, from total irrelevance to the very front of the national championship pack.
  7. 2019 FloXC Fantasy Standings

    2019 FloXC Fantasy Standings

    Nov 26, 2019

    Here are the final standings for this year's 2019 FloXC Fantasy league. Our winner will receive a free trip to the 2020 DI NCAA XC Championships! After the final round 'Park Shore Pursuers!' has won with 1,890 pts!
  8. 2019 DI NCAA XC Report Card: Grades For The Top Five Teams

    2019 DI NCAA XC Report Card: Grades For The Top Five Teams

    Nov 26, 2019

    A cold and sloppy Lavern Gibson course in Terre Haute made for one of the most challenging DI NCAA XC Championships in recent memory. The men’s race was contested in a steady downpour, which likely contributed to a massive upset in the team battle. On the women’s side, Arkansas conquered the mud-- and their mental demons from 2018-- to win their first cross country title.
  9. BYU Upsets NAU To Win First NCAA XC Title

    BYU Upsets NAU To Win First NCAA XC Title

    Nov 23, 2019

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  10. Razorbacks Eye Rare Three-Season Triple Crown At NCAA XC Championships

    Razorbacks Eye Rare Three-Season Triple Crown At NCAA XC Championships

    Nov 23, 2019

    TERRE HAUTE (22-Nov) -- In his 30th year coaching athletics at the University of Arkansas, Lance Harter has seen his share of wins and losses, but mostly wins. Over 500 of his Razorback women have achieved All-American status and they have won a total of 25 NCAA event titles. He has coached superstars like Deena Drossin, Amy Yoder, Dom Scott, Tracy Robertson, and Christin Wurth and his teams have won two NCAA outdoor titles (2016 and 2019) and two indoor (2015 and 2019).