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8 Starting Blocks

10 Cross-Country Yearbook 26 Minimalist Shoe Review

38 Exit 35 ASBA Indoor Track of the Year 36 ASBA Outdoor Track of the Year Photos: Victah, Photorun.net

Cover photo: 2012 Footlocker West Regional, Victah, Photorun.net

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ross country was my introduction to the sport of athletics. In 1972 I was a freshman at DeSmet High School in Creve Coeur, MO. My coach, Father Ralph Passereli, was a quiet, Italian-American Jesuit in his early 50s who understood sports and dealing with teenage boys. We gained respect for him when, wearing his black clerical garb, he outplayed the school’s best freshman basketball player. Fr. Ralph was pretty cool. My sophomore year, it was Brother Jim Marheinecke. Bro Jim ran with us every day and he expected us to work hard. We did! By my junior year, I had moved to Bellarmine Prep in San Jose, CA, where my father was transferred with Ford Motor Company. Without the new running friends I found—Bob Lucas, Dave Hughes, Mike Young, and Pete Dolan—I would have never survived. We had a succession of coaches in the 2½ years I was there. Mr. Ochoa, Mr. Muth and, in my junior season, Steve Pensinger. Steve found a way to motivate me, and I started running competitively.

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In my senior year Steve Polley coached us and we had a pretty good team. We all worked hard, and we loved to race at Crystal Springs. It was not until my senior year in college that I won my first race. After more than three hundred races, I won a race at Quicksilver Park. Our coach, Dan Durante, had prepared us well, and we went 1–5 that day, running way over our heads. Cross country has those perfect days and those perfect memories, colored for me by 30-odd years. I wish you those kind of good memories. And we thank you, the 35,000 coaches who work with 1.4 million high school athletes in cross country, indoor track and outdoor track, for continuing to support ATF, in print and online, as well as runblogrun! Special thanks in this issue to Walt Murphy, publisher of XCountry XPress, Dick Patrick, Kristen Cerer, our designer and, of course, James Dunaway, our editor. Happy New Year! Looking forward to seeing you in 2013!

Larry Eder, Publisher


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ext to the London Olympics, perhaps America’s biggest track and field news story of 2012 comes from Iowa. The 104-year-old Drake Relays, long a major feature of the early outdoor track season, has signed a new major sponsor, Hy-Vee supermarkets. According to a spokesperson, Hy-Vee has made a 5-year commitment, which for 2013 involves approximately $500,000 for prize money in track and field events, plus a 90-minute ESPN telecast, $120,000 in road race prize money, and other activities. The meet, which shares the last weekend of April with the Penn Relays, has signed an impressive lineup of elite athletes, including 16 London medalists so far and more expected. The new presenting sponsor, Hy-Vee, is an employeeowned, eight-state grocery chain headquartered in West Des Moines, with 235 stores in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Its 60,000 employees and more than $17 billion in annual sales make it one of the 50 largest privately owned companies in the United States. Perhaps the most significant feature of this year’s HyVee Relays sponsorship is a series of “London Games Rematch” events that will pit 2012 Olympic gold medalists against the finalists they defeated in London. They will compete for prize money of $50,000 for each Rematch track event ($25,000, $15,000 and $10,000) and $25,000 ($12,000, $8,000 and $5,000) for each Rematch field event, with as many as 10 events possibly involved (compared with

the Olympic Trials payouts of $4,000 for each winner and a total of $12,000 per event). One top Rematch race will be the men’s 110 meter hurdles, with gold medalist and world record holder Aries Merritt, silver medalist Jerome Richardson and Jamaica’s bronze medalist Hansle Parchment—all confirmed entrants—plus five other top hurdlers, all eligible to win the money if they finish in the top three on Drake’s fast blue track. The full list of Rematch events has not been announced, but among other confirmed London gold medalists are pole vaulters Jenn Suhr and Renaud Lavillenie, long jumper Brittney Reese, and men’s 400 hurdler Felix Sanchez. And probably many other stars and their agents will be calling meet director Brian Brown to ask if there’s an open lane. In fact, says Brown, “that’s already happening, and it’s very refreshing.” The 90-minute, tape-delayed telecast is scheduled for Saturday evening prime time, April 27, 8–9:30 p.m. Eastern, 7–8:30 Central, etc., on ESPN2. Hy-Vee has long used sports as an advertising and promotional tool in its eight-state marketing area. The company’s current activities include sponsorship of both of Kansas City’s major league teams, the Royals in baseball and the Chiefs in football, the annual Hy-Vee Triathlon in Des Moines, which features the world’s highest prize money, and “Iron Kids” triathlons in more than a dozen Midwestern markets, to name a few. “It’ll elevate everything we do in terms of the types of elite athletes we draw,” Brown said. “So far the commitments we’ve already garnered suggest the elite stars will come and compete for what we’re offering.” Brown added, “To have a local company as strong as Hy-Vee take an interest in this community event is win-win for them and win-win for us. We’re really proud of the partnership.” The Relays sponsorship reportedly grew out of an ongoing relationship between Drake and Hy-Vee. For example, Hy-Vee donated $300,000 last spring for a student learning commons and the company has already sponsored some of the road races that are a part of the Relays. USATF, which has worked for several years with the Penn Relays to produce the USA vs. the World relay series, sees the sponsorship as a plus. “It’s great news for the sport,” said spokesperson Jill Geer. “We need more companies devoting resources and overall support to advance and elevate the sport and our athletes. Drake and Penn have long coexisted, and both meets will continue to thrive and grow.”


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NYC Marathon Offers Options to 2012 Entrants For the New York Road Runners (NYRR), the Oct. 29 superstorm called Sandy has been a lose-lose situation from almost every angle. Encouraged by the city’s billionaire mayor, Michael Bloomberg, the Road Runners and its president, Mary Wittenberg, announced that the ING New York City Marathon would be run on its scheduled date, Sunday, Nov. 4, and put the Club’s own emergency plans and equipment to work alongside the city’s to help clean up the massive destruction left by Sandy. After thousands of protests from New Yorkers and New Jerseyites whose lives had been disrupted by the storm caused Bloomberg (and Wittenberg) to call off the race on Friday, Wittenberg took the brunt of the blame. That included a lot of abuse from the media; i.e., New York Post columnist Mike Vaccaro called her “heartless” and “a fool” and recommended her immediate firing. The L.A. Times/Chicago Tribune’s Philip Hersh, who a few years ago named her the best candidate for the top job at USATF, dubbed her “Mary Witlessberg.” Since then, Wittenberg and the NYRR have been working overtime dealing with the financial issues raised by the race’s eleventh-hour cancellation, involving most importantly the

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47,500 entrants and their nearly $12 million in entry fees, but also a multitude of sponsors, television partners, charities and travel organizations that brought in international entrants. On December 20, NYRR announced three options for the 2012 entrants:

Option 1: Refund. NYRR has always had a norefund policy, but for the 2012 Marathon, entrants can get a full refund of their entry fee, less the $11 processing fee.

Option 2: Guaranteed entry to the NYC Marathon for 2013, 2014, or 2015. Those choosing this option will be granted guaranteed entry to the Marathon for the year they choose. They’ll have to pay the processing and entry fees for whichever year they choose, but at no more than the 2012 rate.

Option 3: Guaranteed entry to the NYC Half 2013. This option guarantees entry to the NYC Half 2013 (March 17) as long as places are available, but entrants will be required to pay all processing and entry fees. In addition, those who signed up

to run the 2012 Marathon on behalf of an official NYC Marathon charity and obtained their entry from NYRR will be offered the same options for 2013—and 2013 only. And international runners who entered the 2012 race as part of a travel package with an official NYC Marathon International Travel Partner will be contacted directly by their International Travel Partner to facilitate their options. Here’s the tricky part: the options could be exercised only for a twoweek period, January 10-25. The clerical and communications problem involved should test NYRR’s facilities as severely as Sandy itself, and by the time you read this, you’ll probably know how it turned out. The NYC marathon generates some $23 million of the club’s $60 million budget, and, as noted, 2013 entry fees amounted to approximately $12 million. Even with a sizable insurance settlement from Lloyd’s of London, NYRR has taken a substantial financial hit. Looking beyond the current situation, Road Runners’ spokesperson Richard Finn told us, “The backbone of New York Road Runners activities has been the unwavering support and encouragement of U.S. athletes, and I don’t think that’s going to change.”


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Yes, Virginia, There Really ARE Student-Athletes—I Stanford’s Miles Unterreiner personified the term student-athlete in November when he competed in the NCAA Cross Country Championships in Louisville and interviewed for a Rhodes Scholarship 2,000 miles away in Seattle on the same day. Not that it was easy, competitively or logistically. Thanks to an anonymous Stanford benefactor and an OK from the NCAA, Unterreiner was able to pull it off. The fifth-year senior, completing a Master’s degree in History this fall, attended a Rhodes function and preliminary interviews in Seattle on Friday, then took a private plane to the meet in Louisville. After

the race Saturday, he took the private plane back to Seattle for the final interview. Had he not been able to attempt the double feat, he would have attended the meet only and applied for a Rhodes Scholarship next year. “My team and my teammates have given me so much over the last 4 years that it’s really tough for me to let them down at this really important point in the season by not being there,” Unterreiner told the San Jose Mercury News. “There’s no way I can’t go to the national meet.” Unfortunately, the story doesn’t have the happy ending it deserved.

Unterreiner finished 140th in the meet, as Stanford, tied for #2 in the pre-meet team rankings, finished 16th. And he was not selected for that Rhodes Scholarship. But he did have his shot—so give the NCAA, often an easy target for criticism—credit for allowing a real student-athlete to test himself at the highest levels of both his pursuits. Track and field athletes, however, were not shut out for the prestigious academic honor to study a year or two at Oxford University. Dakota McCoy (javelin, hurdles) of Yale and Katie Whitcombe (sprints, hurdles) of Navy both qualified for Rhodes Scholarships.

Yes, Virginia—II. The typical collegiate cross country runner—single and in the teens or early 20s—could probably learn something from DIII women’s champion, Wisconsin–Oshkosh’s Christy Cazzola, 27, a mother of two. An outstanding high school runner who won Wisconsin state titles at 800 and cross country, Cazzola decided not to attend college after graduation and instead went to work. After jobs that included working in a bakery and after she had her first child, she decided to attend college to earn a degree in nursing and increase her income potential.

Now a senior, Cazzola, a four-time DIII track champion, won her first cross country title this fall. The experiences of working and being a mother give her a perspective most college athletes lack. “Being in college, after all I’ve been through, it’s much easier for me,” she told Running Times magazine. “When I hear college kids complaining about their professors, I’m thinking, ‘Hey, you’ve got it pretty good.’ I’m able to stay focused and I know what my goals are. If I hadn’t done things the way I did and had gone straight to college, I’d be much more distracted. I really think everyone should take a couple of years off before going to college.”

Coaching Carousel • Ryan Hall, who bypassed a fall marathon while trying to get healthy after a hamstring problem forced him to drop out of the London Olympic marathon, selected Italy’s Renato Canova, an advisor to many Kenyan stars, as his coach. Hall had been coaching himself, calling the experiment after leaving Terrence Mahon “faith-based coaching.” Hall wrote in a blog: “Now I feel God bringing me under a new coach to learn from and work with. In my study of training I have been drawn to the training methodology of Renato Canova. His system is different than anything I’ve been exposed to in the past and his athletes are flourishing under it. So I’m very excited to begin this new season of my professional career working with Coach Canova. I find his training to be most intriguing, challenging, but most importantly fun. I am very optimistic for the year to come.” • Terrence Mahon, whose athletes have included Deena Kastor, Morgan Uceny, wife Jen Rhines and Anna Pierce, has left the Mammoth (CA) Track Club and has been hired by Great Britain to coach distance runners. Rhines, Uceny and Pierce plan to make the move to England and maintain their affiliation with Mahon. Kastor and her husband, Andrew, have taken over the Mammoth Track Club. Andrew Kastor, 35, is a former Adams State distance runner steeped in the coaching philosophy of Joe Vigil, a cofounder of the Mammoth TC and a believer in high volume, high altitude training.

• Alberto Salazar, who coached Britain’s Mo Farah and the USA’s Galen Rupp to a 1–2 finish in the London Olympics 10,000, has picked up another phenom. Salazar started coaching Mary Cain in the fall. The high school sophomore and distance prodigy from Bronxville, New York will remain at Bronxville HS and follow Salazar-written workouts supervised by a coach selected by Salazar. She will not compete for her high school team, and her family must pay Salazar for his services so she can maintain her NCAA eligibility. “My first priority is to clean up her biomechanics,” Salazar told Runner’s World. “Anything else you can fix later.” In her first major race under Salazar, Cain, who set a U.S. high school mark of 4:11.01 while finishing 6th in the 1500 at the World Junior Championships, finished 2nd at the Nike Cross Country Nationals, 4 seconds behind defending champ Sarah Baxter. • Dan Pfaff has returned to the U.S. after his stint as a national coach in Great Britain to lead the country’s efforts for the London Games. Following Pfaff to the U.S is Britain’s Greg Rutherford, who was coached by Pfaff to the gold medal in the long jump. They will be based in Phoenix. “It makes sense,” Rutherford, recuperating from a foot injury, told the BBC. “It’s a hot climate and it’s out of the way. While I’m there, I’ll have no distractions.”


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Bell Lap — Hurdler Lolo Jones and sprinter/long jumper Tianna Madison may be headed for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Both made two-person women’s sleds for the U.S. bobsled team that is competing in Europe. “Lolo and Tianna accepted the challenge to compete for a spot on the team, and they did an incredible job,” said USA bobsled coach Todd Hayes, who recruited the track athletes to try out. “They are just tenacious competitors that want to win at everything they do. It wouldn’t matter if it was ping pong, checkers or bobsled, they still want to be the best.” Both plan to continue their track careers. Jones was 4th in London in the 100 hurdles; Madison was part of the winning 4x100 team. Tianna Madison

Lolo Jones

— Adam Nelson, twice a silver medalist in the shot put at the Olympics, may get a gold after all. Nelson could be upgraded to 1st place at the 2004 Games after the International Olympic Committee retroactively tested samples from Athens and found four positives. One of the positive tests came from Ukraine’s Yuri Bilonog. In the Athens Games, where the shot put was held at the ancient Olympic stadium, Nelson and Bilonog tied for 1st. The tiebreaker is the next best throw; Nelson fouled on his five other attempts. As we go to press, the IOC has not yet ruled if Nelson will have his medal upgraded, but he feels that what the IOC has done in showing it will continue to pursue dopers even after 8 years is victory enough for him. “If the medal comes,” he adds, “that’ll be icing on the cake.” — Dathan Ritzenhein, 29, had a long-awaited marathon PR breakthrough in Chicago in October. Ritzenhein finished in 2:07:47, more than 2 minutes faster than his previous best. “If I can stay healthy, I still have a lot of room for improvement,” said Ritzenhein, who finished 13th in the London Olympics 10,000 and had two Achilles tendon surgeries in 2011.

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CROSS-COUNTRY YEARBOOK 2010–2011 NCAA Div. I

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Louisville, KY 11-17, sunny. Results: http://tinyurl.com/Div-IResults-2012 Full-Race Video(M&W) http://www.ncaa.com/video#!playlists/sports/cross-country-women/d1 Oregon: http://tinyurl.com/OregonW-XC12 Oklahoma State: http://tinyurl.com/OklaStateM-XC12 Register Guard: http://tinyurl.com/RegisterGuardXC Louisville, Kentucky — Oregon’s women and Oklahoma State’s men scored decisive team victories, but Jordan Hasay and her Oregon teammates had a scare when a scoring error at first caused Providence to be declared the winner. Florida State, the consensus pre-race favorite, finished a disappointing 4th. Women. There were four runners still in contention for the individual title with less than 300 meters to go. Then Iowa State’s Betsy Saina (19:27.9) took the lead and edged Dartmouth’s Abbey D’Agostino (19:28.6) and Oregon’s Jordan Hasay (19:28.6) for the win. Wichita State’s Aliphine TuliamukBolton faded to 4th (19:33.6). It was Oregon’s first team title since 1987. It was a day of mixed emotions for Hasay, who fell just short in her final bid for an individual cross country title. “I wanted to win, but I wanted to the team to win more, so I’m pretty happy about that,” said Hasay. “We’ve been trying to win this meet ever since my freshman year, so it’s great to be able to do it with these girls who have been supporting each other for so long.” “In one way or another every runner for Oregon stepped up and ran in a way they hadn’t before,” said head coach Robert Johnson. “I am so proud of our women’s team and the job done by assistant coach Maurica Powell.” Said Friars coach Ray Treacy, “When the unofficial score changed shortly after putting us in first I told the team that I thought Oregon had won and that it would be fixed. They went on their cool down and to watch the men’s race. When the result was made official with us in first they were nowhere near the scoreboard so never went through the process of believing they were national champions.” Men. Oklahoma State scored a surprisingly easy victory over defending champion Wisconsin, 72–135. It was the Cowboys’ third title in the last 4 years. “I’m really proud of the way the guys ran,” said head coach Dave Smith. “I’m thrilled with the way they responded and bounced back from last year. We were second last year and were dejected and left with our heads down. We could have folded up camp and crumbled and not have been a trophy team this year.” Another surprise was the individual win by Texas Tech’s Kennedy Kithuka (28:31), who beat Arizona’s duo of Stephen Sambu (28:38) and Lawi Lalang (28:51), the defending champion. Kithuka won the last two NAIA titles before transferring from Wayland Baptist.

1. Oklahoma State 2. Wisconsin 3. Colorado 4. Northern Arizona 5. Florida State 6. Brigham Young 7. Tulsa 8. Oklahoma 9. Texas 10.Arkansas 11.Princeton 12.Portland 13.UCLA 14.Virginia 15.Syracuse 16.Stanford 17.Columbia 18.Indiana 19.Georgia 20.Oregon 21.New Mexico 22.Virginia Tech 23.Michigan 24.Eastern Kentucky 25.Georgetown 26.North Carolina St 27.Villanova 28.Notre Dame 29.Iona 30.Duke 31.Michigan State

Total 72 135 158 191 238 245 247 262 291 327 358 365 376 382 405 408 439 456 466 472 473 516 518 522 534 550 588 591 626 725 755

1 1 2 24 8 14 7 13 38 12 10 31 19 18 15 41 35 44 6 73 30 20 22 78 27 46 9 84 39 16 101 128

2 3 4 26 23 21 25 32 49 37 34 43 42 64 51 50 65 53 80 83 74 63 60 97 29 102 114 116 91 133 146 147

3 11 5 28 48 45 62 59 52 75 61 57 89 68 76 70 87 77 90 92 115 98 66 104 110 111 135 120 108 139 149 153

4 17 36 33 54 55 69 71 56 81 99 106 96 100 85 94 109 127 118 93 124 105 183 117 160 132 144 131 151 145 157 161

5 40 88 47 58 103 82 72 67 86 123 121 119 126 155 150 112 138 162 125 129 187 185 122 196 143 148 137 202 193 172 166

6 79 168 16 164 158 154 107 95 179 167 130 177 141 201 156 136 173 165 142 184 19 152 199 159 170 163 205 198 181 189

7 134 175 192 178 188 207 113 140 171 204 182 195 174 186 180 176 203 200 206 208 197 194 190

INDIVIDUALS (10K) (Top 40 earn All-American honors) 1. Kennedy Kithuka Texas Tech 2. Stephen Sambu Arizona/Kenya 3. Lawi Lalang Arizona/Kenya 4. Anthony Rotich UTEP/Kenya 5. Girma Mecheso Oklahoma State 6. Henry Lelei Texas A&M/Kenya 7. David Rooney McNeese State/Ireland 8. Mohammed Ahmed Wisconsin 9. Tom Farrell Oklahoma St./England 10. Paul Chelimo UNC-Greensboro/Kenya 11. Maverick Darling Wisconsin 12. Reed Connor Wisconsin 13. Zach Mayhew Indiana 14. Jared Ward Brigham Young 15. Brian Shrader Northern Arizona 16. Andrew Colley North Carolina St. 17. Kemoy Campbell Arkansas/Jamaica 18. Shadrack Kipchirchir Oklahoma St./Kenya 19. Ryan Dohner Texas 20. Chris O’Hare Tulsa/Scotland 21. Jakub Zivec Florida St./Czech Rep. 22. Zach Gates Virginia

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28:31.3 28:38.6 28:51.8 29:13.5 29:14.8 29:14.8 29:21.3 29:23.9 29:26.3 29:29.8 29:30.5 29:31.4 29:32.8 29:33.4 29:37.7 29:39.5 29:41.0 29:43.0 29:43.2 29:46.4 29:47.7 29:48.3

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23. Mitch Goose 24. Joseph Manilafasha 25. Lane Werley 26. Scott Fauble 27. Luke Caldwell 28. Brendan O’Neill 29. William Mulherin 30. Peter Okwera 31.Futsum Zienasellassie 32. Jake Hurysz 33. Matt Johnson 34. Taylor Thatcher 35. Joseph Chebet 36. Aric Van Halen 37. Travis Mahoney 38. Wade Meddles 39. Blake Theroux 40. Soufiane Bouchikhi 41. Trevor Dunbar 42. Gilbert Kemboi 43. Chris Bendtsen 44. Andy Heyes 45. Pierce Murphy 46. Hunter Mickow 47. Solomon Haile 48. Benjamon Johnson 49. Robert Finnerty 50. Rory Tunningley

Iona/England Oklahoma St. UCLA Portland New Mexico/England Florida State/Ireland Virginia Tech Tennessee/Uganda Northern Arizona Colorado Lamar Brigham Young West. Kentucky/Kenya Colorado Temple Eastern Kentucky Colorado East. Kentucky/Belgium Oregon USC-Upstate/Kenya Princeton Tulsa/England Colorado Illinois Arkansas Stanford Wisconsin Texas

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29:48.7 29:48.8 29:49.5 29:50.8 29:52.0 29:52.7 29:52.7 29:53.9 29:54.1 29:55.3 29:56.2 29:58.0 29:58.0 29:58.1 29:58.6 29:50.7 29:59.9 30:02.6 30:04.8 30:06.9 30:07.6 30:10.7 30:11.8 30:12.5 30:14.5 30:15.9 30:16.3 30:17.8

51.Bill Kogel-Sr (Okla) 30:19, 52.Martin Grady-Jr (Notre Dame) 30:20, 53.Steve Moskowitz-So (OklaSt) 30:22, 54.Nate Jewkes-Jr (Southern Utah) 30:22, 55.Joe Whelan-Jr (Syracuse) 30:23., 56.Matt Storms-Sr (Missouri) 30:22, 57.William Kincaid-So (Portland) 30:23, 58.Alejandro Arroyo Tamin-Jr (Princeton) 30:24, 59.Joe Spisak-Sr (Duquesne) 30:25, 60.John Miscari-Fr (Indiana St) 30:25, 61.Mark Feigin-Sr (Columbia) 30:25, 62.David Forrester-Sr (Florida St) 30:26, 63.Andrew Springer-Jr (Georgetown) 30:27, 64.Jannis Topfer-Jr (Illinois) 30:27, 65.Connor Winter-Fr (Colorado) 30:28, 66.Matt McElroy-So (No.Ariz) 30:29, 67.Patrick Casey-Sr (Okla) 30:29, 68.James Hodges-Sr (Texas A&M) 30:30, 69.Joey Bywater-Sr (Washington) 30:30, 70.Shane Quinn-So (Providence) 30:30, 71.Griff Graves-Sr (Syra) 30:30, 72.Mark Amirault-Sr (Virginia) 30:30, 73.Riley Masters-Sr (Okla) 30:30, 74.Jake Sienko-Jr (Columbia) 30:30, 75.Caleb Hoover-So (No.Ariz) 30:31, 76.Paul Katam-So (UNC-Greensboro) 30:31, 77.Wesley Rickman-Sr (FlaSt) 30:31, 78.Kevin Williams-Sr (Okla) 30:33, 79.Tyler Udland-Jr (Prince) 30:33, 80.Nathan Weitz-Fr (No.Ariz) 30:35, 81.Paulo Piniero-Sr (Tulsa) 30:36, 82.Louie Degfae-Jr (VirgTech) 30:36, 83.Eric Fernandez-Sr (Arkansas) 30:36, 84.Conner Peloquin-Jr (BYU) 30:36, 85.Elmar Engholm-Fr (New Mexico) 30:36, 86.Dustin Fay-Jr (UCLA) 30:37, 87.Erik OlsonSo (Stan) 30:37, 88.Thomas Curtin-So (VirgTech) 30:37, 89.Ryan Poland-So (Okla) 30:38, 90.David McDonald-Sr (UCLA) 30:38, 91.Thomas GruenewaldJr (BYU) 30:39, 92.Max Straneva-So (Syrac) 30:39, 93.Marc Scott-Fr (Tulsa) 30:39, 94.Josh McCabe-Sr (Utah Valley) 30:39, 95.Danny Thater-So (Tulsa) 30:40, 96.Brett Richardson-Sr (Georgia) 30:41, 97.Matthew Melancon-Fr (Oregon) 30:41, 98.Kyle Merber-Sr (Texas) 30:42, 99.Kyle King-Fr (Virginia) 30:42, 100.Mike Murphy-Sr (Columbia) 30:43, 101.Mark Beams-Jr (Mich) 30:43, 102.Kirubel Erass-So (OklaSt) 30:44, 103.Matt McClintock-Fr (Purdue) 30:45, 104.Robby Nierman-Jr (Indiana) 30:45, 105.Patrick McGregor-Jr (Texas) 30:46, 106.Steve Flint-So (BYU) 30:48, 107.Brandon Lord-Jr (Georgia) 30:49, 108.Matt Mildenhall-Sr (Villanova) 30:50, 109.Thomas Porter-So (Virginia) 30:50, 110.Trevor Van Ackeren-Sr (Texas) 30:50, 111.Todd Wakefield-So (Wash.St.) 30:51, 112.Joe Rosa-So (Stan) 30:51, 113.Alex Hatz-So (Wisconsin) 30:52, 114.Luis Orta-Sr (Kentucky) 30:52, 115.Lars Erik Malde-Sr (Port) 30:52, 116.JR Ricker-So (Indiana) 30:52, 117.J.P. Malette-Sr (Notre Dame) 30:53, 118.Donald Roys-Sr (Ohio St.) 30:53, 119.Xavier Rodriguez-Sr (S.F.Austin) 30:54, 120.Lucas Baker-Jr (Georgia) 30:54, 121.Brian DetweilerSr (Georgia) 30:55, 122.Martin Hehir-Fr (Syrac) 30:55, 123.Andrew WeaverSr (Okla) 30:56, 124.David Perry-So (Portland) 30:56, 125.Dan Lowry-Sr (Mich) 30:56, 126.Sam Evans-Jr (New Mex) 30:57, 127.Cale Wallace-Fr (Ark) 30:57, 128.Daniel Herrera-So (UCLA) 30:58, 129.Brian Atkinson-Jr (Duke) 30:58, 130.Mark Dennin-Sr (Georgetown) 30:58, 131.Seth Proctor-Sr (FlaSt) 30:59, 132.Tony Smoragiewicz-Fr (Mich) 31:00, 133.Pat Zacharias-So (New Mex) 31:00, 134.Mike Franklin-Sr (Prince) 31:00, 135.Tim Rackers-So (Tulsa) 31:00, 136.Walter Schafer-Jr (Notre Dame) 31:02, 137.Tyler Stutzman-Jr (Stan) 31:02, 138.Ole Hesselbjerg-So (East.Ky) 31:02, 139.Miles Schoedler-So (Georgetown) 31:02, 140.Miles Unterreiner-Sr (Stan) 31:02, 141.Dennis Hodapp-So (Tulsa) 31:03, 142.Brian Himelright-Sr (NoCarSt) 31:03, 143.Brian Dixon-Jr (Southern Illinois) 31:04, 144.Ryan Pickering-So (Ore) 31:04, 145.Matthew Kane-Sr (Vill) 31:0, 146.Zach Ornelas-Sr (Mich) 31:04, 147.Nabil Hamid-Sr (Kennesaw St) 31:05, 148.Evan Esselink-So (Indiana) 31:05, 149.Jacob Smith-Fr (Port) 31:06, 150.Sam McEntee-So (Vill) 31:06, 151.Matt McDonald-So (Prince) 31:06, 152.Brendon Blacklaws-Jr (Mich) 31:07, 153.Layne Nixon-Sr (Ark) 31:07, 154.Ben DeJarnette-Jr (Ore) 31:07, 155.Matt Cleaver-Sr (Georgia) 31:09, 156.Nohe Ema-Jr (UCLA) 31:09, 156.Leighton

Spencer-Sr (Columbia) 31:10, 158.Caleb Rhynard-Fr (MichSt) 31:10, 159.Jeremy Elkaim-So (Ore) 31:12, 160.Eddie Owens-So (Princeton) 31:12, 161.Jordan Williamsz-Fr (Vill) 31:12, 162.Ayalew Taye-Sr (Geo) 31:13, 163.Jake ByrneSo (Iona) 31:14, 164.Fabian Clarkson-So (OklaSt) 31:15, 165.Edward Crawford-Fr (NoCarSt) 31:16, 166.Jim Rosa-So (Stan) 31:16, 167.Robert Denault-Fr (Vill) 31:16, 169.Daniel Everett-So (Columbia) 31:17, 169.Andew Kowalsky-So (Iona) 31:17, 170.Brandon Dought-Fr (Okla) 31:18, 171.Sergey Sushchickh-Fr (UCLA) 31:19, 172.Charles Sparks-Jr (Georgia) 31:20, 173.Darren Fahy (Geo) 31:21, 174.Mark Parrish-Jr (Florida) 31:22, 175.Michael HellerSr (Kent State) 31:22, 176.Mark Allen-Sr (American) 31:22, 177.Mitch Mallory-Fr (NoCarSt) 31:24, 178.Daniel Clorley-Jr (Iona) 31:25, 179.Mike Moverman-Jr (Duke) 31:25, 180.David Madrigal-So (MichSt) 31:26, 181.Johnnie Guy-Fr (Purdue) 31:27, 182.Matt Sonnenfeldt-Sr (NoCarSt) 31:28, 183.James Kostelnik-Sr (Duke) 31:28, 184.Ryan Urie-So (Syrac) 31:28, 185.Jake Kildoo-So (Notre Dame) 31:28, 185.Morsi Rayyan-Jr (Mich) 31:30, 187.Josh McAlary-Sr (MichSt) 31:30, 188.Rex Shields-Sr (BYU) 31:30, 189.Jack St.Marie-Fr (Virginia) 31:32, 190.Robert Mokw-Jr (Syra) 31:32, 191.Shaun Thompson-So (Duke) 31:33, 192.Zak Seddon-Fr (FlaSt) 31:34, 193.Ben Furcht-Jr (Geo) 31:34, 194.Thijs Nijhuis-So (EastKy) 31:36, 195.Ben Carruthers-So (MichSt) 31:36, 196.Jimmy Clark-So (Fla) 31:37, 197.Owen Skeete-Fr (Indiana) 31:38, 198.Alex Tully-Jr (Vill) 31:39, 199.Cody Reed-So (No.Ariz) 31:39, 200.Matthew Schwartzer-Fr (Indiana) 31:39, 201.Maksim Korolev-Jr (Harvard) 31:43, 202.Alex Wilson-So (MichSt) 31:44, 203.David Flynn-Jr (Ark) 31:45, 204.Michael VanVoorhis-So (Wisc) 31:45, 205.Hugh Dowdy-So (Colo) 31:48, 207.Cameron Efurd-Sr (Ark) 31:50, 208.Lucas Talavan-Becker-Jr (Duke) 31:50, 209.Ben Veilleux-Sr (Columbia) 31:50, 210.Andrew Palmer-So (Syrac) 31:51, 211.Alex Brill-Jr (Wisc) 31:51, 212.Sid Vaughn-Fr (Georgia) 31:52, 213.Charlie McDonald-Jr (Port) 31:54, 214.Alejandro Montano-Fr (No.Ariz) 31:55, 215.Mark Pinales-So (Texas) 31:58, 216.Adam Behnke-Sr (Indiana) 32:00, 217.Christian Britto-Jr (Duke) 32:03, 218.Jared Bassett-Sr (Port) 32:04, 219.Jason Cusack-Sr (VirgTech) 32:04, 220.Mac Fleet-Jr (Ore) 32:04, 221.Brian Welch-Jr (VirgTech) 32:05, 222.Nico Composto-Jr (Columbia) 32:05, 223.Donovan Torres-Fr (NewMex) 32:06, 224.Paul Agno-Sr (Fla.St) 32:09, 225.Isaiah VanDorne-Sr (MichSt) 32:10, 226.Ben Miller-Sr (MichSt) 32:10, 227.Sean Stam-Jr (NewMex) 32:14, 228.Martin Medina-Sr (Colo) 32:18, 229.Mike O’Dowd-Fr (Iona) 32:19, 230.Dominick Robinson-Sr (Duke) 32:24, 231.Sam Masters-Sr (PennSt) 32:25, 232.Jacob Wood-So (UCLA) 32:30, 233.Mads Taersboel-Fr (EastKy) 32:35, 234.Brian Basili-So (Vill) 32:36, 235.Christopher Stogsdill-Jr (Iona) 32:36, 236.Amos Kosgey-Fr (EastKy) 32:39, 237.Yosi Goasdoue-Jr (East.Ky) 32:39, 238.Drew Paisley-So (Virg) 32:40, 239.DJ Thornton-Jr (Notre Dame) 32:46, 240.Parker Stinson-Jr (Ore) 32:49, 241.Jonathan Vitez-Jr (Prince) 32:50, 242.Patrick Lesiewicz-Jr (Notre Dame) 32:55, 243.John Murray-So (Geo) 32:55, 244.Jason Witt-Jr (BYU) 32:56, 245.Michael Mansy-So (NoCarSt) 33:02

WOMEN TEAMS 1. Oregon 2. Providence 3. Stanford 4. Florida State 5. Michigan 6. Arizona 7. Duke 8. Connecticut 9. Washington 10.New Mexico 11.Iowa State 12.Georgetown 13.Cornell 14.Penn State 15.Notre Dame 16.Michigan State 17.Weber State 18.Arkansas 19.Boston College 20.Villanova 21.William & Mary 22.Minnesota 23.Florida 24.Colorado 25.Texas 26.Oklahoma State 27.Vanderbilt 28.Toledo 29.Butler 30.Georgia 31.Harvard

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4 32 44 31 61 55 76 83 81 65 102 106 94 107 121 73 98 128 109 100 136 153 127 139 137 166 167 163 185 187 162 164

5 49 101 115 120 67 97 124 83 117 131 154 99 134 123 111 110 140 142 161 171 169 141 170 152 183 174 173 196 191 172 178

6 77 130 125 48 88 177 168 205 149 138 155 105 144 143 179 119 147 160 206 181 190 158 195 156 209 212 182 198 203 197 201

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1. Betsy Saina Iowa State/Kenya Sr 19:27.9 2. Abbey D’Agostino Dartmouth Jr 19:28.6 3. Jordan Hasay Oregon Sr 19:28.6 4. AliphineTuliamuk-Bolton Wichita State/Kenya Sr 19:33.6 5. Risper Kimaiyo Texas-El Paso/Kenya Sr 19:41.0 6. Cally Macumber Kentucky Jr 19:42.2 7. Mareike Schrulle Iowa/Germany Sr 19:43.3 8. Alexi Pappas Oregon Sr 19:43.9 9. Laura Hollander Cal Poly Fr 19:45.2 10. Sarah Collins Providence/Ireland Fr 19:50.7 11. Violah Lagat Florida State/Kenya Sr 19:52.7 12. Colleen Quigley Florida State So 19:53.2 13. Elaina Balouris William&Mary Jr 19:56.0 14. Amanda Mergaert Utah Sr 19:57.7 15. Emily Sisson Providence Jr 20:00.1 16. Meaghan Nelson Iowa State Sr 20:01.7 17. Amanda Winslow Florida State Sr 20:02.4 18. Shalaya Kipp Colorado Sr 20:02.8 19. Elvin Kibet Arizona/Kenya Jr 20:03.3 20. Kelsey Lakowske Duke Fr 20:03.4 21. Aisling Cuffe Stanford So 20:03.8 22. Katie Clark Butler Jr 20:03.8 23. Marielle Hall Texas Jr 20:04.5 24. Kathy Kroeger Stanford Sr 20:05.0 25. Emily Lipari Villanova Jr 20:05.6 26. Emily Stites William & Mary Fr 20:05.8 27. Juliet Bottorff Duke Jr 20:06.1 28. Cayla Hatton Stanford Fr 20:06.2 29. Jennifer Bergman Arizona Sr 20:07.9 30. Josephine Moultrie New Mexico/Scotland Sr 20:11.1 31. Shelby Houlihan Arizona State So 20:11.4 32. Amber Henry Weber State Jr 20:11.6 33. Catherine White Virginia Sr 20:11.8 34. Rachel Sorna Cornell Jr 20:12.8 35. Laura Nagel Providence/NewZealand Jr 20:12.5 36. Katie Kellner Cornell Sr 20:12.8 37. Chelsea Oswald Kentucky Sr 20:13.0 38. Julie Accurso Ohio University Jr 20:14.4 39. Katie Conlon Oregon Sr 20:15.0 40. Lianne Farber North Carolina So 20:18.0 41. Monika Juodeskaite Oklahoma St./Lithuania So 20:18.1 42. Lindsay Crevoiserat Connecticut So 20:18.7 43. Jessica Tonn Stanford Jr 20:18.8 44. Allie Woodward Oregon Fr 20:19.5 45. Laura Galvan Kansas State So 20:19.8 46. Rochelle Kanuho Northern Arizona Sr 20:20.4 47. Tori Perri Penn State Jr 20:21.4 48. Megan Goethals Washington Jr 20:21.7 49. Kaylin Belair Toledo Sr 20:22.3 50. Natalja Juodeskaite Oklahoma St./Lithuania Jr 20:23.2 51.Charlotte Arter-Jr (NewMex) 20:23, 52.Jillian Smith-Sr (Mich) 20:24.0, 53.Sara Kroll-Jr (MichSt) 20:24, 54.Florence Ngetich-Sr (Florida) 20:24, 55.Grace Heymsfield-So (Arkansas) 20:25, 56.Rebecca AddisonSr (Mich) 20:26, 57.Jessica Engel-Sr (Okla) 20:26, 58.Sara Sutherland-Jr (Texas) 20:26, 59.Courtney Schutz-Sr (New Mexico State) 20:28, 60.Shelby Greany-Sr (Prov) 20:28, 61.Amanda Eccleston-Sr (Mich) 20:28, 62.Katie Breathitt-Sr (Mississippi) 20:28, 63.Sarah Pagano-Sr (Syracuse) 20:29, 64.Madeline Chambers-So (Georgetown) 20:29, 65.Ashley Beutler-Sr (Wisc) 20:30, 66.Lauren Sara-Jr (UConn) 20:30, 67.Lacey Oeding-Sr (NewMex) 20:30, 68.Annie Leblanc-Fr (Ore) 20:31, 69.Jillian King-Sr (BostColl) 20:32, 70.Kelsey Santisteban-So (California) 20:34, 71.Rebekka Simko-Jr (PennSt) 20:35, 72.Katrina CooganSo (Geo) 20:35, 73.Allison Lasnicki-Jr (UConn) 20:36, 74.Lindsay Flanagan-Sr (Wash) 20:36, 75.Brook Handler-So (Mich) 20:36, 76.Sarah-Anne Brault-Sr (West Virginia) 20:36, 77.Nicci Corbin-So (Ariz) 20:37, 78.Molly Kayfes-So (Minnesota) 20:37, 79.Sarah Callister-Sr (WeberSt) 20:38, 80.Brooklyne Ridder-Sr (PennSt) 20:38, 81.Carolyn Baskir-So (Duke) 20:38, 82.Kayleigh Tyerman-Sr (FlaSt) 20:39, 83.Agnes Kemboi-Sr (TCU) 20:39, 84.Joane Pierre-Sr (Jacksonville) 20:39, 85.Liz Westphal-So (BostColl) 20:40, 86.Gabi Anzalone-So (Wisc) 20:40, 87.Kristen Findley-Sr (Vanderbilt) 20:40, 88.Greta Feldman-Sr (Prince) 20:42, 89.Katie Flood-Jr (Wash) 20:43, 90.Justine Johnson-Jr (Wash) 20:43, 91.Lauren D’Alessio-Sr (Samford) 20:44, 92.Carly Hamilton-So (Georgia) 20:44, 93.Jennifer Klugh-Sr (Liberty) 20:44, 94.Lindsey Hilton-Sr (Mich) 20:46, 95.Nicky Akande-Jr (Vill) 20:46, 96.Rebecca Tracy-Sr (Notre Dame) 20:47, 97.Gabby Gonzales-So (Notre Dame) 20:47, 98.Alexa Aragon-Jr (Notre Dame) 20:47, 99.Andrina Schlapfer-Fr (Ark) 20:47, 100.Kelly Curran-Jr (Notre Dame) 20:48, 101.Agata Strausa-Jr (Florida) 20:48, 102.Priscilla Timmons-So (Toledo) 20:49, 103. Elizbeth Apgar-Sr (Ariz) 20:49, 104.Gina Valgoi-Sr (Loyola) 20:50, 105.Saraha Penney-Sr (Ore) 20:50, 106.Taylor Thornley-Sr (WeberSt) 20:50, 107.Laura Docherty-Jr (Minn) 20:51, 108.Samantha Bluske-Jr (IowaSt) 20:51, 109.Shauna McNiff-Sr (UConn) 20:51, 110.Summer Cook-Jr (Vill) 20:51, 111.Suejin Ahn-Sr (Duke) 20:52, 112.Keely Maguire-Sr (New Hampshire) 20:52, 113.Julia Otwell-Jr (MichSt) 20:52, 114.Paige Johnston-So (Ark) 20:52, 115.Mary Alenbratt-Sr (SMU) 20:52, 116.Annie-Norah Beveridge-So (Navy) 20:53, 117.Mara Olson-So (Butler) 20:53, 118.Viviana Hanley-So (Harvard) 20:53, 119.Shannon Osika-Fr (Mich) 20:53, 120.Bridget Dahlberg-Sr (BostColl) 20:54, 121.Kirsten Kasper-Sr (Geo) 20:55, 122.Leah O’Connor (MichSt) 20:55, 123.Devin McMahon-Jr (Cornell) 20:56, 124.Kristina Aubert-So (Arkansas State) 20:56, 125.Julia Zrinyl-Fr (UConn) 20:56, 126.Samantha Nadel-Fr (Geo) 20:58, 127.Callie Cooper-Sr (Florida) 20:59, 128.Maggie Bollig-Jr

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(Minn) 20:59, 129.Amanda Russell-Jr (Ariz) 20:59, 130.Margaret Connelly-Jr (Brown) 20:59, 131.Rachel McFarlane-Sr (MichSt) 21:00, 132.Emily Jones-Sr (Geo) 21:01, 133.Morgan Mueller-Jr (BostColl) 21:01, 134.Samantha RoeckerSr (Prov) 21:01, 135.Shawna Winnegar-Sr (NewMex) 21:01, 136.Carrie Verdon-Fr (Colo) 21:02, 137.Liz Anderson-Jr (Vand) 21:02, 138.Rachel SchneiderJr (Geo) 21:02, 139.Katy Moen-So (IowaSt) 21:02, 140.Emily Shearer-Jr (Corn) 21:03, 141.Hannah Jumper-Fr (Vand) 21:03, 142.Semehar Tesfaye-Sr (Ark) 21:03, 143.Lindsay Clark-Fr (MichSt) 21:03, 144.Jessica Rydberg-Sr (Notre Dame) 21:04, 145.Kelsey Duerksen-Sr (Indiana) 21:04, 146.Morgan Kelly-Jr (Harvard) 21:04, 147.Morgan VanGorder-Sr (Georgia) 21:04, 148.Meghan McGlinchey-Sr (LaSalle) 21:04, 149.Annamarie <aag-So (Geo) 21:05, 150.Justine Fedronic-Sr (Stan) 21:05, 151.Jana Stolting-Jr (Colo) 21:05, 152.Liberty Miller-Jr (Wash) 21:07, 153.Megan Sibert-Jr (Texas) 21:07, 154.Olivia SydowSr (MichSt) 21:08, 155.Jennifer Dunn-Sr (FlaSt) 21:09, 156.Natalie Bower-Sr (PennSt) 21:09, 157.Lauren Smith-Sr (Stephen F. Austin) 21:10, 158.Liz Weiler-So (Toledo) 21:10, 159.Katie Rodden-So (PennSt) 21:10, 160.Madeline Morgan-Sr (Duke) 21:10, 161.Julia Foster-So (Stan) 21:11, 162.Abbey Leonardi-Fr (Ore) 21:12, 163.Katie Moraczewski-Jr (Minn) 21:13, 164.Laken Hintze-Sr (WeberSt) 21:13, 165.Leslie Boozer-Sr (Georgia) 21:13, 166.Katharine Showalter-Sr (Georgia State) 21:13, 167.Grace Thek-Jr (Prov) 21:14, 168.Imogen Ainsworth-Sr (New Mex) 21:14, 169.Taylor Manett-Fr (Mich) 21:15, 170.Clarissa Schick-Jr (Will.&Mary) 21:16, 171.Caroline Kellner-Fr (Corn) 21:16, 172.Emily Reese-Jr (Harvard) 21:16, 173.Stephanie Schappert-So (Vill) 21:19, 174.Rachel Viger-So (Colo) 21:19, 175.Kirsten Follett-So (NewMex) 21:19, 176.Shelby Hayes-Jr (Florida) 21:20, 177.Kayla Blackford-Jr (WeberSt) 21:21, 178.Ashlee Decker-Jr (Minn) 21:21, 179.Keri Wood-Jr (Ark) 21:21, 180.Leigha Anderson-So (PennSt) 21:21, 181.Sheree Shea-Sr (Loyola-Marymount) 21:23, 182.Kate Rosettie-Sr (Corn) 21:24, 183.Gennea Hartung-Sr (Corn) 21:24, 184.Emma Drenth-Fr (Mich.St.) 21:25, 185.Jamie Stokes-Fr (WeberSt) 21:25, 186.Georgia Peel-Fr (FlaSt) 21:25, 187.Maddie Meyers-Fr (Wash) 21:26, 188.Emily Giannotti-Jr (PennSt) 21:26, 189.Megan Lacy-Fr (Stan) 21:27, 190.Camille Logan-Jr (Colo) 21:28, 191.Michelle Britto-Sr (Will.&Mary) 21:28, 192.Crystal Nelson-Fr (IowaSt) 21:28, 193.Taylor Petersen-Sr (Iowa St) 21:29, 194.Courtney Bouchet-Sr (Colo) 21:29, 195.Olivia Pratt-Fr (Butler) 21:29, 196.Rachel Drake-Jr (Minn) 21:30, 197.Caileigh Glenn-Jr (OklaSt) 21:30, 198.Jessica Kamilos-So (Ark) 21:30, 199.Allison Sasiuk-Sr (BostColl) 21:30, 200.Bret McDaniel-So (Georgia) 21:31, 201.Allie Scalf-Sr (Vand) 21:31, 202.Sammy Silva-Jr (Harvard) 21:32, 203.Kayla Evans-Sr (Wash) 21:32, 204.Brittany Marches-Jr (Texas) 21:32, 205.Victoria Hanna-So (OklaSt) 21:33, 206.Asley Brasovan-Jr (Duke) 21:33, 207.Lanie Smith-Jr (Will.&Mary) 21:33, 208.Stephanie Strasser-Jr (Florida) 21:33, 209.Sydney Harris-Fr (Vill) 21:34, 210.Nicole DiMercurio-Jr (Georgia) 21:34, 211.Kristen Smith-Sr (Vand) 21:36, 212.Kate Kujawa-Jr (OklaSt) 21:36, 213.Diane Robison-So (Ark) 21:36, 214.Liz Berkholtz-Fr (Minn) 21:37, 215.Stephanie Bulder-So (Ariz) 21:37, 216.Alaina Alvarez-So (Harv) 21:38, 217.Molly Seidel-Fr (Notre Dame) 21:39, 218.Molly Keating-Fr (Prov) 21:40, 219.Megan Venables-So (Vill) 21:40, 220.Jordan WhiteSr (Vand) 21:40, 221.Laleh Mojtabaeezamani-Sr (Texas) 21:43, 222.Colleen Riley-Fr (IowaSt) 21:44, 223.Brooke Tullis-So (Toledo) 21:45, 224.Amira Joseph-So (Vand) 21:45, 225.Kirsty Legg-Jr (Butler) 21:46, 226.Gabby LevacSo (Duke) 21:46, 227.Suzanna Cressall-Jr (Weber St) 21:46, 228.Meghan McGovern-Fr (Will&Mary) 21:47, 229.Lauren McKillop-Sr (Butler) 21:48, 230.Chloe Anderson-Jr (NewMex) 21:48, 231.Dylan Hassett-So (Will&Mary) 21:49, 232.Jessica Parry-Sr (FlaSt) 21:49, 233.Amanda Perkins-Sr (Fla) 21:51, 234.Devyn Ramsay-Jr (Toledo) 21:51, 235.Savannah Kirk-So (Georgia) 21:52, 236.Sharon Morgan-Fr (Toledo) 21:51, 237.Elizabeth Tremblay-Sr (Colo) 21:57, 238.Meg Ryan-Jr (Notre Dame) 21:57, 239.Jen Guidera-Fr (Harv) 21:59, 240.Courtney Chapman-So (Vill) 22:04, 241.Kaitlyn Love-Sr (Butler) 22:04, 242.Shelby Davidson-Fr (Fla) 22:05, 243.Kimberly Moran-Sr (UConn) 22:06, 244.Elizabeth O’Brien-Jr (BostColl) 22:11, 245.Clea Formaz-So (Ariz) 22:12, 246.Mackenzie Chojnacky-So (Toledo) 22:20, 247.Kendall Howen-Fr (Texas) 22:23, 248.Stella Christoforou-So (Georgia) 22:27, 249.Brigitte Mania-Jr (UConn) 22:32, 250.Taylor Light-So (OklaSt) 22:38, 251.Anne Jones-Sr (Texas) 22:44, 252.Paige Kouba-Fr (Harv) 22:52, 253.Shelbi Burnett-Jr (Butler) 23:15

NCAA Div. II Joplin, MO 11-17 Results: http://tinyurl.com/Div-2Results-2012 Adams State: http://ascgrizzlies.com/article.asp?articleID=6458 Grand Valley: http://www.gvsulakers.com/sports/wxc/recaps/111712aaa.html Adams State scored a low 34 points as it won its fourth men’s team title in the last 5 years (ninth overall). And they might be tough to beat the next 2 years, since coach Damon Martin got a 2-3-4 finish from sophomores Kevin Batt, Tabor Stevens and Matthew Daniels. Alaska-Anchorage’s Micah Chelimo, 15th in 2011, easily won the individual title. Grand Valley State (101), the winner in 2010, took its second women’s title in a close battle with Augustana (104), the defending champions, and Adams State (109).

The first place finish marks the eighth straight year the Lakers have placed in the top three. Adams State’s Alicia Nelson, second a year ago, moved up a position to take the individual title. Coach Jerry Baltes described the late stages of the race, when the team title was still up for grabs: “With 500 meters to go we were down a few points, maybe even double digits. I think all five of our ladies passed one to five people over the final stretch. We really talked beforehand about closing out the last part and our ladies did that.”

MEN TEAMS Total Adams State 34 Colorado Mines 102 Alaska-Anchorage 148 Augustana-SD 182 Chico State 183 Western State 194 Grand Valley St. 222 Missouri Southern 308 Edinboro 325 Ashland 325 11.UC-Colorado Springs 340 12.Amer. International 357 13.Ferris State 370 14.Southwest Baptist 377 15.Cedarville 390 16.Humboldt State 448 17.Southern Indiana 479 18.Eastern New Mexico493 19.Lock Haven 493 20.Minnesota State 498 21.Western Washington 542 22.San Francisco St. 548 23.Fort Lewis 598 24.Columbus State 606 25.East Stroudsburg 610 26.Bentley 657 27.King 664 28.Mount Olive 687 29.Florida Tech 742 30.Alabama-Huntsville885 31.Nova Southeastern 915

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1 2 8 1 9 12 15 16 37 17 32 49 6 45 24 34 31 58 7 5 73 30 38 70 90 19 82 36 78 63 136 130

2 3 18 13 22 25 33 28 39 47 43 62 10 71 42 61 83 95 68 75 79 108 93 104 91 100 98 94 92 131 150 180

3 4 20 21 46 41 35 44 40 56 50 67 88 74 66 72 97 102 87 119 105 124 125 132 122 142 138 165 158 151 191 186

4 11 27 54 52 48 51 65 89 99 80 77 107 84 117 111 116 110 162 137 118 135 144 139 147 159 163 170 175 196 202 205

5 14 29 59 53 57 60 69 103 106 120 85 146 96 128 112 121 114 169 157 123 145 148 153 156 190 176 199 184 201 206 214

6 23 64 109 55 86 101 81 155 115 160 134 208 141 149 126 178 140 171 197 185 164 161 189 183 198 204 203 188 213 210 217

7 26 127 167 76 129 219 207 194 187 143 166 173 133 182 152 192 211 195 174 172 212 200 220 209 218 219 216 221

INDIVIDUALS(10K) (Top 40 finishers earn All-American honors) 1. Micah Chelimo 2. Kevin Batt 3. Tabor Stevens 4. Matthew Daniels 5. Alex Monroe 6. Jeff Veiga 7. Glarius Rop 8. Isaiah Samoei 9. Sean Gildea 10. Travis Beniak 11. Mike Biwott 12. David Sanchez 13. Isaac Chavez 14. Alfred Kangogo 15. John Luterbach 16. Ieuan Thomas 17. Matt Gillette 18. Stephen Fuelling 19. Bryan Deibel 20. Phil Schneider 21. Frank Fezza 22. Derek Alcorn 23. Dylan Anthony 24. Adam Braun 25. Andrew Roberts 26. Phillip Miller 27. Adrian Sherrod 28. Jovanny Godinez 29. Andrew Epperson 30. Andrew Coelho

Alaska-Anchorage/Kenya Adams State Adams State Adams State Lock Haven UMass-Lowell American Int’l/Kenya Eastern New Mex./Kenya Colorado Mines Augustana American Int’l/Kenya Adams State Chico State Alaska-Anchorage Adams State Western State Shippensburg Grand Valley State Edinboro Colorado Mines East Stroudsburg Colorado Mines Alaska Anchorage Augustana Adams State Southwest Baptist Chico State Adams State Colorado Mines Adelphi

Sr So So So Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr Fr Sr Jr Sr So Jr Sr Sr Jr So Sr So So So Sr Sr Sr Jr Jr Sr

28:56.6 29:12.1 29:12.2 29:16.2 29:18.6 29:23.1 29:24.1 29:25.8 29:31.2 29:32.0 29:33.6 29:49.6 29:53.5 29:56.5 29:57.0 29:59.9 30:00.5 30:02.9 30:07.2 30:08.1 30:08.2 30:09.1 30:09.4 30:09.5 30:09.6 30:09.7 30:09.9 30:10.1 30:10.4 30:10.5


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31. Joshua Mirth Hillsdale 32. Pardon Ndhlovu UNC-Pembroke 33. Jake Isaacson Grand Valley State 34. Evan Lewandowski Wisconsin-Parkside 35. Stewart Jones Wheeling Jesuit 36. Frank Socha Colorado Mines 37. Dak Riek Western Washington 38. Austin Huff Humboldt State 39. Colton Johnson Ashland 40. Ian Butler Western State 41. Matt Brooker Cedarville 42. Vegard Olstad Western State 43. Spencer Frantom King 44. Eric Schott Missouri Southern 45. Bruk Assefa San Francisco St. 46. Eric McDonald UMass-Lowell 47. Andrew Webster Missouri Southern 48. Dylan Doss West Texas A&M 49. Adrian Todd Missouri Southern 50. Alfonso Cisneros Chico State (Top 40 named All-American)

So Sr Sr Jr Sr Jr Jr Sr Sr So Jr Fr Jr So Jr Sr So So So Jr

30:10.7 30:14.2 30:15.2 30:18.9 30:19.6 30:20.2 30:20.9 30:23.1 30:23.3 30:24.9 30:25.9 30:29.6 30:31.3 30:33.3 30:36.6 30:37.1 30:38.6 30:39.0 30:39.4 30:41.1

51.Cody Smith-So (SW Baptist) 30:43, 52.Jake Sussman-Jr (Ashland) 30:45, 53.Josh Moskalewski-Jr (Grand Valley) 30:45. 54.Charles Simon-Sr (Grand Canyon) 30:46, 55.Brandon Cushman-Jr (Ferris St) 30:46, 56.Cory Keehn-So (Ft.Hays) 30:49, 57.Nick Kadlec-So (Metro.St) 30:49, 58.Harald Karbo-Fr (Augustana-SD) 30:49, 59.Dustin Thomas-Jr (Edinboro) 30:51, 60.Dayne Gradone-Jr (Chico St) 30:52, 61.Emilio Trujillo-So (UC-Colo.Springs) 30:52, 62.Isaac PotesSo (Ashland) 30:52, 63.Michael Cernoia-Fr (West.St) 30:53, 64.Nathan HaugeFr (Augustana) 30:53, 65.Ryan Carrell-Jr (Cal Poly Pomona) 30:53, 66.Shane McCallum-So (Augustana) 30:55, 67.Kevin Rooke-So (AlaskAnch) 30:55, 68.Paul Yak-Jr (Augustana) 30:57, 69.Matt Link-So (Edinboro) 30:57, 70.Johnny Sanchez-So (Chico St.) 30:58. 71.Michael Jordan-Sr (Southern Ind) 30:58, 72.Jacob Parisien-Sr (AlaskAnch) 30:58, 73.Garrett Wilson-Jr (Western St) 30:58, 74.Josiah Bragg-Sr (Cedarville) 30:59, 75.Oliver Williams-Sr (UC Colo.Springs) 31:01, 76.Moses Kiruri-Sr (Fl.Tech) 31:02, 77.Adam Bodnar-Sr (Col.Mines) 31:03, 78.Joe Duff-Fr (Grand Vly) 31:03, 79.Trenton Morris-So (SW Baptist) 31:03, 80.Mike English-Sr (UC Colo.Springs) 31:04, 81.Kaspers Briska-So (E.New Mexico) 31:05, 82.Brent Showerman-Jr (Grand Vly) 31:06, 83.Jaiden Brandt-Jr (Augusta St) 31:08, 84.Christian Gering-So (Ft.Lewis) 31:09, 85.Andrew Harper-So (Ferris St) 31:10, 86.Ben Tuttle-So (Cedarville) 31:15, 87.Joshua MellmanJr (Minn.St) 31:15, 88.Tyler Stuber-Jr (Cent.Mo) 31:17, 89.Tyler Crossman-Sr (Ferris St) 31:19, 90.Nathan Zondlo-Sr (Lock Haven) 31:21, 91.TJ Gleason-So (Augustana-SD) 31:21, 92.Ryan Derrick-Jr (UC Colo.Springs) 31:25, 93.Dylan Lafond-Fr (Mt.Olive) 31:25, 94.Devin Allbaugh-Jr (Minn.St) 31:25, 95.Brian Baum-So (Ashland) 31:27, 96.Alan Peterson-So (Grand Vly) 31:27, 97.John Drago-Sr (Bentley) 31:27, 98.John Ostini-Jr (Humboldt) 31:29, 99.Alex Bladecki-Jr (Ferris St) 31:30, 100.Billy Brockmueller-So (Sioux Falls) 31:30, 101.Luke Dakin-Jr (UC Colo.Springs) 31:30, 102.Aaron Thomas-Jr (Chico St) 21:30, 103.Kevin Roa-Jr (E.New Mexico) 31:31, 104.Jason Phillips-Jr (American Int’l) 31:33, 105.Jacob Benton-Jr (Missouri Sthn) 31:34, 106.Andrew Mclain-Jr (Lewis) 31:35, 107.Jacob Dirkman-Fr (Columbus St) 31:35, 108.Silas Rugut-So (Columbus St) 31:36, 109.Akiharu Kitagawa-Fr (Mt.Olive) 31:37, 110.Brian Trejo-Sr (SanFran St) 31:37, 111.Jordan Noe-So (King) 31:37, 112.Tyler Pence-So (Sthn Ind) 31:37, 113.Ryan Chute-Sr (Ferris St) 31:38, 114.Benjamin Stern-Jr (Humboldt) 31:38, 115.Teddy Farley-Sr (Bentley) 31:39, 116.Dominic Patrick-Fr (Edinboro) 31:39, 117.Jim Romano-Sr (East Stroudsburg) 31:40, 118.Adam Sinda-So (Western St) 31:41, 119.Trent Nolan-So (Sthn Ind) 31:41, 120.Dawson Vorderbruegge-Sr (Cal St.Stanislaus) 31:42, 121.Ryan Jackson-Fr (Missouri Sthn) 31:43, 122.Garrett Spakoff-Fr (Ft.Lewis) 31:43, 123.Josiah Swanson-So (Minn St) 31:44, 124.Tim McConnell-So (Edinboro) 31:44, 125.Peter Gatundu-Jr (American Int’l) 31:44, 126. Tyler Cannon-Sr (Western Wash) 31:46, 127.Isaac Kangogo-So (AlaskAnch) 31:47, 128.Tyler Schickel-Fr (Sthn Ind) 31:47, 129.Clay Watson-So (Cedarville) 31:47, 130.Neil Klinger-Jr (Cedarville) 31:48, 131.Bryan Wilcox-So (Stonehill) 31:48, 132.Will Cox-Jr (Sthn Ind) 31:48, 133.Logan Kempney-Fr (Edinboro) 31:50, 134.Jantzen Oshier-Fr (Humboldt) 31:51, 135.Derek Lee-Jr (SW Baptist) 31:52, 136.Jacob Bastyr-Sr (Minn.St) 31:52, 137.Shawn Lake-Jr (Lock Haven) 31:54, 138.Alex Griggs-Fr (Mars Hill) 31:54, 139.Gary Haglund-Sr (Ashland) 31:55, 140.Brent Ritschel-So (Humboldt) 31:55, 141.Heath Lamb-Jr (Columbus St) 31:56, 142.Jacob Ball-Jr (Minn.St) 31:56, 143.Tanner Boyd-Jr (Western Wash) 31:57, 144.Tyler Deniston-Sr (SanFran St) 31:59, 145.Ryan Gustafson-Jr (Cedarville) 31:59, 146.Jon Bogert-Sr (Seton Hill) 32:00, 147.Russell Drummond-Sr (Colo.Mines) 32:02, 148.Drew Cargill-Fr (SW Baptist) 32:03, 149.Alan Cuevas-So (Chico St) 32:03, 150.Kevin Meagher-Sr (Nova SE) 32:04, 151.Chris Cacciapaglia-Sr (Fl.Tech) 32:04, 152.Kiprono Mutai-Sr (Ft.Lewis) 32:05, 153.Jacob Walter-Jr (Cedarville) 32:05, 154.Sam Feldoto-Sr (UC Colo.Springs) 32:05, 155.Chip Jackson-Jr (Western Wash) 32:05, 156.Dante Dorsey-Sr (Alab-Hunts) 32:05, 157.Dylan Mountain-Fr (Lock Haven) 32:05, 158.Carl Dunne-Fr (St.Leo) 32:06, 159.Sean Maguire-Sr (Bentley) 32:06, 160.Jimmy Mohrbacher-Jr (Ft.Lewis) 32:07, 161.Clay Meyer-So (Sthn Ind) 32:08, 162.David Silversmith-Jr (Ferris St) 32:10, 163.Amr Aldeen-Sr (East Stroud) 32:11, 164.Matt Winfrey-So (UC Colo.Springs) 32:12, 165.Ryan Woods-Jr (San-

Fran St) 32:12, 166.Kyle Johnson-Sr (Western Wash) 32:15, 167.Jeremy Antivo-So (American Int’l) 32:17, 168.Ryan McFall-So (Columbus St) 32:18, 169.Logan Smith-Fr (SanFran St.) 32;19.170.Josh Inman-Jr (SW Baptist) 32:21, 171.Myles Scarano-So (Alab.Hunts) 32:21, 172.Ismael Samano-Sr (NM Highlands) 32:21, 173.David Boiywo-Jr (Fl.Tech) 32:22, 174.Eric Scheiber-So (Sthn Ind) 32:22, 175.Joey Brenner-So (Ft.Lewis) 32:23, 176.Sean Hanlon-Sr (Stonehill) 32:24, 177.Colton Wooldridge-So (Missouri Sthn) 32:24, 178.Stephen Bowers-Jr (Columbus St) 32:25, 179.Michael Garraway-Sr (Lock Haven) 32:25, 180.Ronnie Sturgill-Sr (Mt.Olive) 32:28, 181.Chris Schneider-So (East Stroud) 32:31, 182.Matt Wiehe-So (Ashland) 32:32, 183.David Urista-Sr (SanFran St) 32:33, 184.Zerrick Vriseno-Jr (Eastern New Mex) 32:34, 185.Craig Robinson-Sr (Bentley) 32:35, 186.Tabor Reedy-So (Western Wash) 32:35, 187.Dickson Kurgat-So (King) 32:36, 188.Spencer Gerber-So (Ferris St) 32:36, 189.Dominik NotzFr (AlaskAnch) 32:40, 190.Ethan Penny-Sr (Stonehill) 32:42, 191.Patrick LuerasSr (Eastern NM) 32:43, 192.Jordan Smith-So (King) 32:45, 193.Joseph Metcalf-Sr (Eastern NewMex) 32:45, 194.Ernesto Rodriguez-Sr (SanFran St) 32:46, 195.Luke Karamitros-So (SW Baptist) 32:46, 196.Dylan Peterson-Jr (Western Wash) 32:47, 197.Mike Munoz-Fr (Mt.Olive) 32:47, 198.Rob Dextradeur-Sr (Bentley) 32:47, 199.Daniel Gordon-So (Stonehill) 32:48, 200.Tyler Cleveland-Jr (Humboldt) 32:48, 201.Paul Cina-Jr (Stonehill) 32:48, 202.Long Tran-Fr (Nova SE) 32:49, 203.Dan Zawalich-So (Stonehill) 32:52, 204. Xavier Uranga-Jr (Humboldt) 32:53, 205.Andrew Henderson-Sr (Columbus St) 32:58, 206.Erasmo Ordonez-Jr (Mt.Olive) 33:01, 207.Matthew Stocker-So (Minn.St) 33:02, 208.Timo Kilp-Jr (Nova SE) 33:03, 209.Drew Windle-So (Ashland) 33:04, 210.Stephen Greco-Fr (Mt.Olive) 33:04, 211.Derek Laue-Jr (Ft.Lewis) 33:03, 212.Steve Ruch-So (East Stroud) 33:06, 213.Kenneth Richardson-Fr (Alab.Hunts) 33:06, 214.Trevor Merhege-So (Eastern NewMex) 33:08, 215.Stephen LeonardJr (Stonehill) 33:09, 216.Michael Thielman-Jr (Edinboro) 33:09, 217.Garrett EklofSr (Minn.St) 33:09, 218.Justin McMaster-So (Fl.Tech) 33:10, 219.Tyler HilemanJr (Lock Haven) 33:10, 220.Karlton Mitchell-Jr (Morehouse) 33:17, 221.Curtis Ott-So (East Stroud) 33:17, 222. Garrett Watts-Fr (King) 33:21, 223.Nathan Reeves-So (Columbus St) 33:24, 224.Ezekiel Zauner-So (Fl.Tech) 33:26, 225.Taylor Buzzard-Fr (Alab.Hunts) 33:27, 226.Brent Swiney-Fr (King) 33:27, 227.Conor Higgins-Jr (Bentley) 33:29, 228.Omar Hernandez-Sr (Nova SE) 33:36, 229.Jeff Wilson-So (Alab.Hunts) 33:37, 230.Nick Niggemann-Jr (Missouri Sthn) 33:39, 231.Curtis Johnson-Jr (American Int’l) 33:43, 232.Taylor Dix-Jr (King) 33:54, 233.Blaise Binns-So (Alab.Hunts) 33:58, 234.Novian Middleton-Fr (Morehouse) 33:59, 235.Michael Nemeth-Sr (Lock Haven) 34:05, 236.Alex Kilman-Jr (Ft.Lewis) 34:16, 237.Jordan Halleib-Fr (Fl.Tech) 34:25, 238.Jordan Brown-Fr (Nova SE) 34:36, 239.Ross Russell-Sr (Fl.Tech) 34:50, 240.Joey Bemowsky-Jr (Alab.Hunts) 34:58, 241.Nico Crecco-Sr (Nova SE) 35:27, 242.Jamar Davis-Jr (Mt.Olive) 35:35, 243.Spencer Pageau-Fr (Grand Vly) 35:51, 244.Sam Powell-Fr (Bentley) 35:55, 245.Nicholas Hogan-So (Nova SE) 37:05.

WOMEN TEAMS Total 1. Grand Valley State 101 2. Augustana-SD 104 3. Adams State 109 4. Western State 172 5. Chico State 200 6. Alaska-Anchorage 202 7. Shippensburg 287 8. Colorado Mines 292 9. Winona State 304 10.UC-Colorado Springs 326 11.West Texas A&M 332 12.Saginaw Valley 346 13.University of Mary 370 14.Edinboro 376 15.Humboldt State 379 16.Southern Indiana 390 17.Seattle Pacific 393 18.Indiana-Pa 415 19.Bellarmine 417 20.Cal.State-Stanislaus 490 Missouri Southern 490 22.Ferris State 534 23.Stonehill 544 Pittsburg State 544 25.Tampa 559 26.Adelphi 741 27.Columbus State 779 28.Clayton State 800 29.Nova Southeastern829 30.Saint Rose 895 31.West Florida 905

1 4 8 1 5 14 2 3 42 22 27 18 16 7 20 15 46 33 47 12 57 51 85 68 73 59 106 99 111 101 163 144

2 6 10 13 9 35 37 43 44 25 41 24 17 21 26 52 54 72 65 23 62 75 87 80 91 67 134 139 149 118 176 164

3 19 11 28 34 36 39 58 63 60 69 61 53 31 55 84 83 78 77 70 90 105 109 127 112 130 154 152 160 195 182 191

4 32 30 29 50 49 48 86 64 94 89 96 98 153 114 107 88 102 95 147 140 123 125 132 120 135 172 190 186 204 185 198

5 40 45 38 74 66 76 97 79 103 100 133 162 158 161 121 119 108 131 165 141 136 128 137 148 168 175 199 194 211 189 208

6 71 156 56 129 92 82 117 104 116 126 138 169 202 167 122 170 110 150 171 145 166 180 157 174 184 196 212 207 221 197 217

7 81 193 93 155 115 146 192 143 173 151 142 219 203 179 124 183 113 188 177 159 200 206 216 181 215 214 218 213 222 209 220

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INDIVIDUALS (6K) (Top 40 finishers earn All-American honors) 1. Alicia Nelson Adams State Sr 20:03.3 2. Susan Tanui Alaska-Anchorage/Kenya Jr 20:12.6 3. Katie Spratford Shippensburg Sr 20:22.4 4. Jessica Janecke Grand Valley State Fr 20:23.2 5. Sophie McNeely Western State Sr 20:25.0 6. Allyson Winchester Grand Valley State So 20:29.0 7. Melissa Agnew University of Mary Sr 20:29.9 8. Runa Falch Augustana Jr 20:39.6 9. Julie Pack Western State Fr 20:47.9 10. Kristin Brondbo Augustana Jr 20:53.2 11. Leah Black Augustana Sr 20:56.7 12. Angela Musk Bellarmine Sr 20:57.4 13. Kelly Lamb Adams State Jr 20:59.3 14. Sara Mikesell Chico State Jr 20:59.8 15. Jenny Bergren Academy of Art Sr 21:01.6 16. Jeptui Cherutich American Int’l/Kenya Sr 21:03.0 17. Bridget Berg Humboldt State Sr 21:03.6 18. Ewa Zaborowska Harding So 21:04.8 19. Lauren Hill Saginaw Valley Sr 21:05.3 20. Emily Short Saginaw Valley So 21:06.0 21. Tifany Dinh Cal Poly Pomona Sr 21:06.8 23. Regan Mullen Colorado Christian Fr 21:07.3 23. Brenda Sindet West Texas A&M Sr 21:07.6 24. Jessica Scordino Mansfield Jr 21:08.1 25. Amanda Brewer Wayne State-MI So 21:08.2 26. Hannah Osborn Grand Valley State So 21:08.7 27. Kacey Gibson Edinboro Sr 21:09.2 28. Rachel Young Dixie State Sr 21:10.2 29. Dakota Wolf Univeristy of Mary Sr 21:11.0 30. Kayla Gudmundson Winona State Sr 21:11.0 31. Emily Frith Bellarmine So 21:11.1 32. Jessica Watychowicz Wisconsin-Parkside Sr 21:11.9 33. Twishana Williams Lincoln-MO So 21:12.4 34. Mirela Guarner West Texas A&M Fr 21:12.9 35. Jessica Young Winona State So 21:13.1 36. Sarah Krolick Edinboro Jr 21:15.6 37. Megan Burrell UC-Colorado Springs Sr 21:16.1 38. Lauren Martin Adams State So 21:21.2 39. Alyssa Selve Adams State Jr 21:21.2 40. Kyle Blakeslee Augustana Sr 21:23.2 41. Alicia Nehl University of Mary Sr 21:25.2 42. Madie Rodts Grand Valley State So 21:25.8 43. Erin Dolan Drury Sr 21:27.1 44. Katie Thralls Seattle Pacific Fr 21:28.2 45. Cassandra Ortiz Western State Jr 21:29.4 46. Ayla Granados Chico State Jr 21:30.0 47. Amy Schnittger Chico State Sr 21:33.6 48. Ivy O’Guinn Alaska-Anchorage Jr 21:34.5 49. Jesse Brunett Adams State So 21:35.7 50. Miriam Kipng’eno Alaska-Anchorage Sr 21:35.9 51.Courtney Brewis-Jr (Grand Vly) 21:36, 52.Janelle Lincks-Fr (Metro.St) 21:36, 53.Veronica Sandoval-Jr (UC Colo.Springs) 21:37, 54.Hannah Cooling-Jr (Colo.Mines) 21:38, 55.Amanda Raudabaugh-Sr (Shipp) 21:38, 56.Hannah Schuster-Sr (Colo.Mines) 21:39, 57.Annie Pfiefle-Sr (Augustana-SD) 21:40, 58.Tara Dooley-So (Bentley) 21:41, 59.Lauren Minor-Sr (Sthn Ind) 21:43, 60.Stephanie Beaudette-Jr (Indiana-PA) 21:43, 61.Courtney DinnanSr (SCSU) 21:44, 62.Sarah Freistone-Fr (AlaskAnch) 21:46, 63.Jessica VarelaSo (Chico St) 21:46, 64.Stephanie Case-Sr (Slippery Rock) 21:47, 65.Anna Marshall-Jr (West.St) 21:48, 66.Rachel Schrader-Jr (Missouri Sthn) 21:48, 67.Devon Kelsey-Jr (Humboldt) 21:48, 68.Taylor Stepanski-Fr (Saginaw Valley) 21:51, 69.Kristen Gray-Jr (Sthn Ind) 21:51, 70.Emily Ahrens-So (Edinboro) 21:52, 71.Tracee Van der Wyk-Jr (Adams) 21:53, 72.Courtney Anderson-Sr (Cal St.-Stanislaus) 21:54, 73.Emma Shank-Jr (Shipp) 21:55, 74.Laura Yarrow-Fr (Tampa) 21:55, 75.Jordan Skelly-So (Winona St) 21:56, 76.Amber Moore-Jr (West Tx.A&M) 21:56, 77.Dallas Campbell-Jr (Cal.St. Stanislaus) 21:57, 78.Marie Patton-Sr (Colo.Mines) 21:58, 79.Chloe Gustafson-So (Colo.Mines) 21:59, 80.Alyssa Taddie-Sr (Indiana-PA) 21:59, 81.Paige HenkerSr (Chico St) 21:59, 82.Kelly Hagen-Jr (Tampa) 22:00, 83.Caroline McBrideSr (Stonehill) 22:00, 84.Angie Martell-So (UC Colo.Springs) 22:02, 85.Maggie Wagner-Sr (Bellarmine) 22:02, 86.Monica Kinney-Sr (Grand Vly) 22:03, 87.Brittany Poole-Sr (NW Missouri) 22:04, 88.McKayla Fricker-Jr (Seattle Pacific) 22:05, 89.Kaley Temaat-Sr (Pitt.St) 22:05, 90.Tara Richardson-So (Western St) 22:06, 91.Marlee Tegenkamp-Sr (Missouri Sthn) 22:09, 92.Ashley Flores-Jr (Midwestern St) 22:09, 93.Susan Bick-Jr (AlaskAnch) 22:10, 94.Faith Warren-Sr (Palm Beach Atlantic) 22:11, 95.Samantha Thompson-Jr (Indiana-PA) 22:15, 96.Katie Morris-Fr (Seattle Pacific) 22:17, 97.Kristan Farquhar-So (Colo.Mines) 22:17, 98.Chelsea Bishop-Jr (Stonehill) 22:18, 99.Kelcie Severson-Jr (Grand Vly) 22:20, 100.Bryn Haebe-So (AlaskAnch) 22:20, 101.Augusta Schrader-So (Sthn Ind) 22:20, 102.Amanda Camarillo-Jr (Humboldt) 22:21, 103.Keeley Wood-Jr (Wingate) 22:21, 104.Alyssa Osika-Sr (Fer-

ris St) 22:22, 105.Caitlin Perry-So (Shipp) 22:23, 106.Jordan McGuire-Sr (Ferris St) 22:23, 107.Kaylee McClanahan-Jr (Sthn Ind) 22:23, 108.Ashley Benfield-So (UC Colo.Springs) 22:24, 109.Rachel Naranjo-Jr (Cal.St.Stanislaus) 22:25, 110.Alex Moase-So (Pitt.St) 22:26, 111.Jonah Weeks-Sr (Chico St) 22:26, 112.Tayler Warren-So (Adams) 22:27, 113.Jordan Paschke-Fr (Winona) 22:29, 114.Rachel Magliane-Fr (Indiana PA) 22:29, 115.Jessica Blakely-Sr (West Tx A&M) 22:30, 116.Heather Weiss-So (Shipp) 22:30, 117.Teha Ames-So (Saginaw Vly) 22:31, 118.Kristina Delpesche-Fr (Columbus St) 22:32, 119.Kaley Glover-Sr (Montevallo) 22:33, 120.Madison NeherSo (UC Colo.Springs) 22:33, 121.Alexandria Palm-Jr (Nova SE) 22:34, 122.Lynelle Decker-Fr (Seattle Pacific) 22:34, 123.Megan Snyder-Sr (Winona) 22:35, 124.Lauryn Falcone-Sr (Rollins) 22:36, 125.Ann Joyce Miller-Fr (Colo.Mines) 22:36, 126.Kaitlyn Belisle-Jr (Missouri Sthn) 22:36, 127.Betsy Eickelberg-Jr (Adelphi) 22:36, 128.Raven Harrison-Fr (Humboldt) 22:37, 129.Jasmine Johnson-So (Seattle Pacific) 130.Althea Davidson-So (Wilmington-Del) 22:38, 131.Samantha Johnson-Jr (Ferris St) 22:38, 132.Anna Patti-Fr (Seattle Pacific) 22:38, 133.Paige Galvin-Sr (Clayton) 22:39, 134.Bridgette McCormick-So (Pitt.St) 22:40, 135.Robyn Zeidler-Jr (Seattle Pacific) 22:40, 136.Kasey Jones-So (Edinboro) 22:40, 137.Rebekah Bahra-Fr (Chico St) 22:41, 138.Victoria Davis-Jr (Bloomsburg) 22:42, 139.Chelsea SchrubbeSo (Winona) 22:42, 140.Steph Pryor-Jr (Shipp) 22:42, 141.Peri Bowman-Jr (Nova-SE) 22:43, 142.Erika Wilson-Jr (Sthn Ind) 22:43, 143.Cate Dunn-So (Pitt.St) 22:43, 144.Caroline Kaufman-Fr (Humboldt) 22:44, 145.Nina Carson-Sr (Humboldt) 22:44, 146.Adelene Mengwasser-Fr (Missouri Sthn) 22:44, 147.Amanda Reynolds-So (Humboldt) 22:45, 148.Haleigh Przybylek-Jr (Ferris St) 22:45, 149.Samantha Bauer-So (UC Colo.Springs) 22:45, 150.Kristen Veit-Sr (Stonehill) 22:46, 151.Kristie LeSage-So (Ferris St) 22:47, 152.Vicky Winslow-So (Alab.Hunts) 22:47, 153.Torie Weprin-Fr (Western St) 22:48, 154.Kaia Hampton-Sr (Tampa) 22:48, 155.Jane Looby-Sr (Indiana-PA) 22:48, 156.Emily Regan-Jr (Stonehill) 22:49, 157.Taylor Sparks-So (West Tx A&M) 22:49, 158.Jaqueline Kaste-Sr (Adelphi) 22:49, 159.Danielle Kissel-Fr (Tampa) 22:49, 160.Lauren Baehy-So (Missouri Sthn) 22:50, 161.Emily Anderson-So (Stonehill) 22:52, 162.Haley Sparks-So (West TX A&M) 22:52, 163.Rayna Green-Fr (Columbus St) 22:52, 164.Rubye Elhard-Sr (Cal.St. Stanislaus) 22:55, 165.Alyssa Thiele-Sr (Cal.St. Stanislaus) 22:55, 166.Emma Love-So (West TX A&M) 22:55, 167.Kaylie Haynes-Fr (Colo.Mines) 22:56, 168.Karyssa Tourelle-Fallon-Sr (West Fl) 22:56, 169.Lizzie Grolle-Jr (Cal.St. Stanislaus) 22:57, 170.Katie Krehlik-Sr (AlaskAnch) 22:57, 171.Jenna Lee-Sr (Bellarmine) 22:58, 172.Casey Epps-Jr (Pitt.St) 22:58, 173.Samantha Walling-Jr (Clayton St) 22:58, 174.Katie Koenig-Jr (Indiana-PA) 22:58, 175.Alyssa Wendt-Fr (UC Colo.Springs) 23:00, 176.Moneque English-Jr (Columbus St) 23:01, 177.Sarah Grimm-So (Univ.Mary) 23:02, 178.Kristina Coiro-Fr (Adelphi) 23:02, 179.Cali Antolini-Fr (Western St) 23:04, 180.Mathilde Timboni-Jr (Queens-NC) 23:04, 181.Molly Kokesh-Sr (Augustana-SD) 23:04, 182.Sarah Biggers-Jr (Stonehill) 23:05, 183.Kayla Carlson-Jr (Univ.Mary) 23:07, 184.Marina Ghabbour-Jr (Cal.St. Stanislaus) 23:11, 185.Racquel Valadez-So (Clayton) 23:11, 186.Megan Maffett-So (Edinboro) 23:12, 187.Amanda ParisSr (Saginaw Vly) 23:13, 188.Jordan Westcott-Jr (St.Rose) 23:13, 189.Renea Porsch-Jr (West FL) 23:14, 190.Carissa Martin-Sr (Bellarmine) 23:16, 191.Cassy Kendrick-Sr (Missouri Sthn) 23:17, 192.Hannah Kucewicz-Sr (Edinboro) 23:19, 193.Courtney Ragan-So (Tampa) 23:20, 194.Tori Peet-So (Saginaw Vly) 23:21, 195.Ladi Stallard-Jr (Sthn Indiana) 23:21, 196.Megan KaiserSr (Bellarmine) 23:22, 197.Jennifer McNally-So (Adelphi) 23:22, 198.Kim Truedson-Fr (Winona) 23:24, 199.Hanna DeVries-Fr (Pitt.St) 23:28, 200.Larissa Melendez-So (Adelphi) 23:30, 201.Patty Massa-Sr (St.Rose) 23:30, 202.Sarah Turi-Sr (Bellarmine) 23:31, 203.Kyndal Boykin-Fr (UNC-Pembroke) 23:32, 204.Elizabeth Budzinski-Jr (Edinboro) 23:32, 205.Breeann OvokaitysSo (Ferris St) 23:34, 206.Amanda Callaway-Sr (Pitt.St) 23:35, 207.Emma Cohen-Sr (St.Rose) 23:38, 208.Skylair Hilton-So (Sthn Indiana) 23:39, 209.Iolani Scanlon-Jr (Tampa) 23:42, 210.Dana Welch-Sr (St.Rose) 23:47, 211.Jessica Smith-So (Clayton) 23:50, 212.Livia Mahaffie-Sr (UNC-Pembroke) 23:51, 213.Yelena Share-So (Indiana-PA) 23:53, 214.Bianca JordanSo (St.Rose) 23:53, 215.Caroline Rotich-Jr (Columbus St) 23:54, 216.Sabrina Seignemartin-Sr (West FL) 23:56, 217.April Schlusser-So (Shipp) 23:57, 218.Gabbi Swoboda-So (Augustana-SD) 23:59, 219.Gisele Javois-Jr (Clayton) 24:00, 220.Aimee Sims-Fr (Nova SE) 24:01, 221.Katie Hundertmark-Sr (Adelphi) 24:01, 222.Grace Giampaglia-Sr (St.Rose) 24:03, 223.Kelley BahnSo (West FL) 24:04, 224.Shelby Nelson-So (Columbus St) 24:05, 225.Jetaime Hovis-Fr (Missouri Sthn) 24:08, 226.Savannah Fornshell-Fr (UNC Pembroke) 24:08, 227.Kelsey Lambrecht-Jr (Univ.Mary) 24:10, 228.Nicole Huelsman-So (Univ.Mary) 24:19, 229.Rose Howell-So (Nova SE) 24:19, 230.Kendra DornSo (UNC-Pembroke) 24:21, 231.Kayla Smith-So (Ferris St) 24:21, 232.Taylor Galvin-Fr (Clayton) 24:26, 233.Keyanna Dennis-So (West FL) 24:31, 234.Kristen Harrington-So (St.Rose) 24:41, 235.Ashlee Doughty-Jr (UNCPembroke) 24:45, 236.Brittaney Smash-Jr (Nova SE) 24:45, 237.Moneka English-Sr (Columbus St) 24:47, 238.Maia Kuhnen-So (Clayton) 24:52, 239.Lindsey McLaughlin-Fr (Adelphi) 25:01, 240.Christa McLeod-So (Tampa) 25:02, 241.Brianna Venturo-So (Stonehill) 25:05, 242.Jessica Gillard-Fr (West FL) 25:13, 243.Kaitlynn Howard-Fr (Columbus St) 25:16, 244.Chantelle FondrenSo (Saginaw Vly) 25:18, 245.Kelbe Beck-Sr (West Fl) 25:42, 246.Jessica Osteen-Jr (Nova SE) 25:47, 247.Kristine Shogren-Fr (Nova SE) 25:51, 248.Annette Sem-Sr (UNC-Pembroke) 25:54, 249.Blair Long-Sr (UNC-Pembroke) 26:41.


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NCAA Div. III Terre Haute, IN 11-17 Results: http://tinyurl.com/Div-III-Results-2012 North Central: http://tinyurl.com/NorthCentralXC Johns Hopkins: http://tinyurl.com/JohnsHopkinsXC Division III History: http://tinyurl.com/Div3History Highlights: Video: http://tinyurl.com/Div3Video North Central repeated as team champion, winning its 15th national title under coach Al Carius. The team’s winning total of 167 points was the highest in Div. III history. Calvin and Haverford tied for 2nd place with 188 points. Wisconsin Stout’s Tim Nelson, 4th a year ago, won the individual title. The meet announcer stated that North Central sat in 5th place after the 7000meter mark of the 8000-meter course, but the Cardinals were able to outlast the field, picking off runners one by one during the final 1000 meters. “We really pulled it out in the last quarter mile,” said coach Carius. “We knew we had to build as the race went on because it was a tougher course than it appeared. We waited until the last second to pull it out, but fortunately that’s the way the season has gone.” Johns Hopkins won the school’s first women’s NCAA title in any sport. Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Christy Cazzola, last year’s runner-up, won the individual title. “I’m just so proud of them,” said Hopkins head coach Bobby Van Allen. “We’ve had our ups and downs this season, but we came together and made it exciting and it worked. Everybody supported each other throughout the entire year, and I think that was really the biggest difference.”

MEN TEAMS Total 1. North Central 167 2. Calvin 188 Haverford 188 4. Wisconsin-LaCrosse 190 5. Washington Univ. 226 6. Bates 259 7. Tufts 265 8. Middlebury 287 9. Wheaton-IL 314 10.Wisconsin-Eau Claire 324 11.Claremont-MuddScripps 328 12.Williams 356 Central College 356 14.St.Olaf 370 15.Allegheny 373 16.Bowdoin 390 17.Carnegie Mellon 418 18.Geneseo State 440 19.Dickinson 455 20.Johns Hopkins 476 21.Rochester 517 22.NYU 539 23.Cortland State 546 24.Luther 584 25.Pomona-Pitzer 590 26.Lynchburg 617 27.St.Lawrence 697 28.Wabash 711 29.Manchester 731 30.Case Western 735 31.LaVerne 768 32.Trinity-TX 829

1 5 18 8 16 3 4 26 14 13 10

2 9 24 20 22 46 38 34 42 23 19

3 31 32 35 30 48 61 63 60 53 58

4 36 52 55 51 64 77 68 81 101 108

5 86 62 70 71 65 79 74 90 124 129

6 93 69 83 78 105 157 96 103 130 146

7 104 172 112 123 128 222 168 132 155 171

27 12 21 2 1 6 29 7 39 56 44 33 15 47 45 17 59 67 92 91 72 118

43 66 28 37 25 11 49 40 54 75 115 50 95 94 89 120 138 141 98 100 139 150

57 82 41 73 85 113 84 88 102 80 117 142 110 131 116 121 143 144 170 167 140 164

76 97 107 109 114 127 111 151 126 87 119 152 138 137 156 174 160 176 182 181 208 198

125 99 159 149 148 133 145 154 134 178 122 162 190 175 184 185 197 183 189 196 209 199

135 106 169 153 165 177 207 158 161 192 173 217 205 187 193 213 202 191 204 203 215 201

163 147 200 166 180 212 210 179 188 206 186 219 194 218 214 220 195 221 211 216 223

INDIVIDUALS (8K) (Top 35 finishers earn All-American honors) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Tim Nelson Bobby Over Grant Wintheiser Kevin Sparks Tully Hannan John Crain Tim Hartung Noah Droddy Coby Horowitz Alex Brimstein Billy Whitmore

Wisconsin-Stout Allegheny St.Olaf Washington Univ. Bates North Central Yotk-PA DePauw Bowdoin Geneseo State University of Chicago

Sr Jr So Jr Jr Jr Jr Sr Jr Sr Sr

24:26.8 24:34.8 24:35.7 24:37.0 24:39.9 24:43.5 24:43.6 24:44.6 24:45.2 24:46.7 24:47.6

12. Chris Stadler Haverford Jr 24:47.7 13. Michael LeDuc Connecticut College Jr 24:48.0 14. Dan Kerley North Central Sr 24:48.5 15. Jeremy Kieser Wisconsin-Eau Claire Sr 24:48.4 16. Bryan Marsh Wesleyan Sr 24:50.4 17. Samuel Seekins Bowdoin Jr 24:51.2 18. Chris Lee Williams Jr 24:53.4 19. Wylie Manglesdorf Principia Jr 24:53.8 20. Anthony Salvucci Springfield Sr 24:55.0 21. Jake Waterman Wheaton-IL Jr 24:56.1 22. Jack Davies Middlebury Sr 24:57.5 23. Nick Marcantonio Cortland State So 24:58.7 24. Josh Kaul Wisconsin-La Crosse Sr 24:58.8 25. Cody Stanton Lynchburg Jr 25:00.8 26. Nick Kramer Calvin Sr 25:01.9 27. Aaron Easker Wisconsin-Eau Claire Sr 25:01.8 28. Peter Kissin Haverford Sr 25:02.0 29. Eli Horton Central College So 25:02.0 30. Josh Dedering Wisconsin-LaCrosse Sr 25:02.2 31. James Waterman Wheaton-IL Jr 25:02.3 32. John DeWitt Wisconsin-Oshkosh Sr 25:02.3 33. Brett Kubiak Gwynedd-Mercy Jr 25:03.9 34. Jonathan Smith Augustana-IL Sr 25:04.4 35. Job Christiansen Calvin Sr 25:05.6 36. Logan Steiner Allegheny Fr 25:06.7 37. Kyle Marks Wisconsin-Platteville Fr 25:08.5 38. Rafer Dannehauser Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Sr 25:08.3 39. Ian LaMere Wisconsin-Platteville Fr 25:08.5 40. Cole Decker Central College Fr 25:08.5 41. Evan Gates Carnegie Mellon Jr 25:10.8 42. Nate Routher Wisconsin-La Crosse So 25:11.5 43. Patrick Jenkins Wisconsin-Stout So 25:11.8 44. Roger Klein North Central Jr 25:12.2 45. Zach Haskins Bethel-MN Sr 25:14.2 46. Dan Kerr Calvin Sr 25:14.4 47. Kevin Bonilla NYU Sr 25:14.5 48. Matt Rand Tufts Sr 25:17.3 49. Joel Christian Haverford So 25:17.3 50. Yonatan Mascote North Central Sr 25:17.4 51.Luke Sohl-So (Bridgewater) 25:19, 52.Brian Saksa-Jr (St. Olaf) 25:19, 53.Mike Martin-Jr (Bates) 25:20, 54.Henry Mynatt-Jr (Dickinson) 25:20, 55.Tom Clark-Sr (Geneseo) 25:20, 56.Drew Jackson-So (Central Coll) 25:21, 57.Jacob Phillips-Sr (Swarthmore) 25:22, 58.Patrick Hebble-Sr (Middlebury) 25:24, 59.Zorg Loustalet-Fr (Claremont-M-S) 25:24, 60.Dan Hamilton-Sr (Rochester) 25:21, 61.Johnn Kieffer-Jr (Centre) 25:25, 62.Michael TesemaJr (Augsburg) 25:26, 63.Alex Ngabo-Fr (Buffalo St) 25:26, 64.Alex JohnsonSr (Pomona-Pitzer) 25:26, 65.David Hamm-Sr (Washington U) 25:26, 66.Marty Mitches-Sr (Luther) 25:27, 67.Garrett Patrick-So (Washington U) 25:28, 68.Dylan Karten-Jr (NYU) 25:29, 69.George Degen-So (Carnegie Mellon) 25:29, 70.Jacob Peterson-Jr (La Crosse) 25:30, 71.Matt Vander RoestSr (Calvin) 25:30, 72.Mark Phillips-Sr (Wheaton IL) 25:30, 73.Chad NiortonJr (Guilford) 25:31, 74.Ryan Steinbock-Jr (Dickinson) 25:31, 75.William Jones-Sr (Franciscan) 25:33, 76.Jordan Schilit-Sr (Haverford) 25:33, 77.Max Robinson-Jr (Johns Hopkins) 25:33, 78.Adam Moline-So (Eau Claire) 25:33, 79.Brian Sutter-Sr (Claremont-M-S) 25:33, 80.Sam Rakoc-Sr (St.Lawrence) 25:33, 81.Nate Sans-Jr (Middlebury) 25:33, 82.Noah Graboys-Jr (Bates) 25:34, 83.Raymond Gamache-Sr (Chris.Newport) 25:34, 84.David Vande Bunte-Sr (Calvin) 25:34, 85.Andrew Shapero-Jr (Tufts) 25:36, 86.Andrew Padgett-So (Washington U) 25:36, 87.Ryan Senci-So (Washington U) 25:37, 88.Kyle Powers-Jr (Lyndon St) 25:37, 89.Max Laberge-Jr (Williams) 25:37, 90.Shane Hoerbert-So (Wabash) 25:37, 91.Matt Berens-So (Bethel-MN) 25:38, 92.Ben Wallis-Jr (Tufts) 25:38, 93.Paul Lewis-Jr (Albion) 25:38, 94.Frank Canady-Jr (Grinnell) 25:39, 95.Avi Bregman-Jr (Haverford) 25:39, 96.Greg Whittle-Sr (Calvin) 25:39, 97.Parker Bennett-Jr (Willamette) 25:41, 98.Garrett Kerska-Jr (LaCrosse) 25:41, 99.Keaton Wendroth-So (St.ThomasMn) 25:41, 100.Bryan Hayes-Fr (La Verne) 25:42, 101.Caleb Muller-Sr (Marietta) 25:43, 102.Jake Campbell-Fr (St.Olaf) 25:43, 103.Skyler Cummins-Sr (Wesleyan) 25:44, 104.Tyler Andrews-Jr (Tufts) 25:44, 105.Josh Budman-Sr (Johns Hopkins) 25:45, 106.Ryan O’Connell-Sr (Springfield) 25:45, 107.Andris Goncarovs-Jr (Guilford) 25:45, 108.Bennett Naden-Sr (ClaremontM-S) 25:46, 109.Dillon Farrell-So (Moravian) 25:46, 110.Ken Whitney-Sr (Bates) 25:46, 111.Julian Saliani-Jr (Johns Hopkins) 25:46, 112.Tom LinnerFr (La Crosse) 25:46, 113.Andrew Wortham-Sr (Bates) 25:46, 114.Kevin Wood-So (Middlebury) 25:46, 115.Colin Smith-So (Occidental) 25:46, 116.Wade Davis-Sr (Williams) 25:48, 117.Brian Sokas-Jr (Haverford) 25:48, 118.Josh Newby-So (Carnegie Mellon) 25:49, 119.Johnny Rutford-Jr (Neb.Wesl) 25:49, 120.Kevin Edwards-Sr (Allegheny) 25:50, 121.Timothy Hird-Jr (N.Central) 25:50, 122.Josh Baker-Sr (Johns Hopkins) 25:51, 123.John Fowler-Fr (Pom-Pitzer) 25:51, 124.Ryan Moynihan-So (Geneseo) 25:51, 125.Joshua Grant-Sr (Lyndon St) 25:52, 126.Wilder Schaaf-Jr (Middlebury) 25:52, 127.Nathan Bickell-Sr (Ithaca) 25:52, 128.Chris Kelly-Jr (Case Western) 25:53, 129.Jon Caffarelli-Jr (Manchester) 25:53, 130.Troy Kelleher-


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Fr (N.Central) 25:53, 131.Austin Bauer-Jr (Luther) 25:53, 132.Tom HopkinsSr (Cortland) 25:53, 133.Brian McLaughlin-Jr (Tufts) 25:54, 134.Aldis IndeSo (Williams) 25:54, 135.Curtis Nordman-Jr (Manchester) 25:55, 136.Bijan Mazaheri-Fr (Williams) 25:55, 137.David Dixon-Jr (Case Western) 25:55, 138.Nate Veldt-Sr (Wheaton-IL) 25:56, 139.Tyler Hoyt-Jr (UC Santa Cruz) 25:56, 140.Hunter Smith-So (Dickinson) 25:56, 141.Greg Krathwohl-Jr (Middlebury) 25:56, 142.Scott Ryan-Sr (Wash & Jefferson) 25:57, 143.Ryan RootJr (N.Central) 25:58, 144.Michael Ellenberger-Jr (Washington U) 25:59, 145.Scott Rodilitz-Sr (Williams) 25:59, 146.Austin O’Brien-Jr (Central Coll) 26:00, 147.Tim Smith-Sr (Roanoke) 26:00, 148.Conor Rafferty-Sr (Eau Claire) 26:01, 149.Sawyer Hitchcock-Fr (Ithaca) 26:01, 150.Calvin Lehn-Fr (St.Olaf) 26:02 151.Cody Amengual-Jr (Cortland) 26:02, 152.Ken Murphy-Jr (Carnegie Mellon) 26:03. 153.David Roza-So (Haverford) 26:03, 154.Nicholas Saba-Jr (Bowdoin) 26:04, 155.James Rynes-So (Allegheny) 26:04, 156.Yuji Wakimoto-Jr (Rochester) 26:04, 157.Benjamin Girodias-So (Pom-Pitzer) 26:05, 158.Nate Noll-So (DeSales) 26:06, 159.Adam Pacheck-Jr (Rochester) 26:07, 160.Pancho Escobedo-Sr (Trinity-TX) 26:07, 161.John Bernstein-Jr (Rochester) 26:08, 162.Lawrence Minor-Sr (Lynchburg) 26:08, 163.Joe Farrand-So (Simpson-IA) 26:09, 164.Nolan Compton-Sr (Lynchburg) 26:09, 165.Mark Rollfs-So (Rochester) 26:09, 166.Sam Simones-Jr (La Crosse) 26:10, 167.Parker Thompson-Sr (Wheaton-IL) 26:10, 168.Andy Gallagher-Sr (TCNJ) 26:10, 169.Sam Pitcavage-So (Claremont-M-S) 26:10, 170.Omar Hyjek-Jr (Dickinson) 26:11, 171.Kevin Hoose-So (Bowdoin) 26:11, 172.Elliot Petterson-Jr (Washington U) 26:11, 173.Paul Hetke-Jr (Eau Claire) 26:12, 174.Nate Hatton-Sr (Wheaton-IL) 26:13, 175.Matt Klein-Sr (Puget Sound) 26:14, 176.Matt Melvin-Sr (Albion) 26:14, 177.Alex Rigdon-Sr (Luther) 26:14, 178.Anthony Lee-Sr (Middlebury) 26:14, 179.Greg Talpey-Jr (Bowdoin) 26:14, 180.Alex Strenta-Jr (Dickinson) 26:14, 181.Justin Jones-So (Claremont-MS) 26:15, 182.Jarred Iacovelli-So (Cortland) 26:15, 183.Tyler Broadwell-Fr (Luther) 26:15, 184.Zakk Hess-So (Fredonia) 26:15, 185.Wesley Kirui-Fr (St.Law) 26:16, 186.Alex Forbess-Sr (La Verne) 26:16, 187.Nick Boyce-So (Wabash) 26:16, 188.AJ Licon-Jr (La Verne) 26:16, 189.Ross Wistar-Jr (NYU) 26:17, 190.Abram Deng-Sr (Spaulding) 26:17, 191.Spencer Patterson-Fr (St.Law) 26:18, 192.Billy McManus-So (Wabash) 26:18, 193.Brendan O’HaraJr (Carnegie Mellon) 26:19, 194.Matt Scott-Jr (Eau Claire) 26:19, 195.Matt Wenaas-Jr (Eau Claire) 26:20, 196.Blake Rottschafer-Sr (Hope) 26:20, 197.Brandon Abasolo-Sr (Williams) 26:20, 198.Brennan Hamilton-Sr (Allegheny) 26:20, 199.Tim Lillehaugen-Sr (St.Olaf) 26:21, 200.Rob Edmonds-Sr (Trinity-TX) 26:21, 201.Jonathan Sewnig-So (Rowan) 26:22, 202.Jack Leahy-Fr (TCNJ) 26:22, 203.Tim Chambers-Sr (Geneseo) 26:22, 204.David KnowlesSr (NYU) 26:23, 205.Stefan Lemke-Jr (St.Olaf) 26:24, 206.Lucaas Mees-Fr (Emory) 26:24, 207.Chris Moore-Sr (Geneseo) 26:24, 208.Brett-So (WheatonIL) 26:25, 209.Alexander Johann-Jr (Pom-Pitzer) 26:25, 210.John StanselSo (Bates) 26:26; 211.Chris Mateer-Sr (Geneseo) 26:27, 212.Louis JochemsSo (Occidental) 26:28, 213.Brent Ewing-Jr (Central Coll) 26:28, 214.Trevor Bibb-So (St. Law) 26:30, 215.Dennis Young-Sr (Dickinson) 26:32, 216.Sebastianj Oja-So (NYU) 26:33, 217.Colin Briskman-Jr (Claremont-M-S) 26:33, 218.Sal Perdomo-Sr (Trinity-TX) 26:33, 219.John Denison-Jr (Allegheny) 26:35, 220.Chris Massey-Sr (St.Olaf) 26:35, 221.Philip Yeung-Sr (Case Western) 26:37, 222.Jake McCauley-Jr (Tufts) 26:37, 223.Sloan Beninga-Fr (Central Coll) 26:38, 224.Zeth Baker-Sr (Manchester) 26:38, 225.Ryan Mugan-Fr (Eau Claire) 26:39, 226.Sam Kerk-Jr (Calvin) 26:40, 227.Joseph Mozingo-Sr (Rochester) 26:41, 228.Evan Parry-Jr (Lynchburg) 26:42, 229.Logan Langley-Sr (Luther) 26:42, 230.Dalton Boyer-So (Wabash) 26:43, 231.Chansler Poole-Jr (St.Vincent-PA) 26:44, 232.James Boeding-Jr (Bowdoin) 26:44, 233.Schaffer Ochstein-Fr (Johns Hopkins) 26:45, 234.Chris Carter-Sr (Geneseo) 26:45, 235.Alex Simon-So (Allegheny) 26:45, 236.Tony Spalding-Fr (Case Western) 26:48, 237.Chris Lafree-Jr (Manchester) 26:49, 238.Daniel HooverSo (Wabash) 26:50, 239.Pryor Stroud-So (Pom-Pitzer) 26:50, 240.Brian Robinson-Sr (Lynchburg) 26:51, 241.Justin Roncaioli-Sr (Rochester) 26:52, 242.Matt Rubins-Sr (Luther) 26:53, 243.Andrew Fine-Sr (Dickinson) 26:54, 244.Clayton Harlan-Jr (Manchester) 26:54, 245.Brent Pavlick-Jr (Cortland) 26:55, 246.Jake Waterman-Sr (Wabash) 26:57, 247.James Frick-Sr (Johns Hopkins) 26:58, 248.Corey Purcella-Fr (Pom-Pitzer) 26:59, 249.Jackson Espeset-Fr (Luther) 27:02, 250.Jared Burris-So (Wabash) 27:03, 251.Tim TravitzFr (Case Western) 27:07, 252.Brendan XCourneene-Jr (St.Law) 27:07, 253.Tyler Shipley-Fr (Pacific-OR) 27:08, 254.Mark Greene-Sr (Trinity-TX) 27:11, 255.Nick Hall-So (Colorado Coll) 27:15, 256.Taylor Piske-Fr (TrinityTX) 27:19, 257.Cody Doughan-Jr (Central Coll) 27:21, 258.Gerardo Hernandez-Jr (Trinity-TX) 27:22, 259.Philip Marshall-Fr (St.Law) 27:23, 260.Ethan Teare-Sr (Case Western) 27:24, 261.Michael Stocker-Jr (Manchester) 27:26, 262.Tim Lee-Jr (Cortland) 27:26, 263.Austin Stecklair-So (Johns Hopkins) 27:28, 264.Adam Cantini-Jr (Carnegie Mellon) 27:29, 265.Matthew SustaytaSr (La Verne) 27:30, 266.Sean Kusick-Sr (La Verne) 27:36, 267.Graham ShorrSr (Carnegie Mellon) 27:38, 268.Aaron Lin-Jr (Case Western) 27:51, 269.Marcus Schneider-Sr (Bowdoin) 27:51, 270.Daniel Ferrell-So (Lynchburg) 27:52, 271.Andrew Osborne-Fr (Lynchburg) 27:54, 272.Alberto Acosta-So (La Verne) 27:57, 273.Jayden Earlywine-So (La Verne) 28:02, 274.Kyle Deleon-Sr (NYU) 28:08, 275.David Erf-Sr (Pom-Pitzer) 28:16, 276.Dharan Kadiyala-So (NYU) 28:23, 277.Scott Smolensky-So (St.Law) 28:31, 278.Jordan Collins-Jr (Manchester) 28:40, 279.James LePage-Sr (Bates) 29:12, 280.Chris Soto-Fr (Trinity-TX) 30:13.

WOMEN TEAMS Total 1. Johns Hopkins` 158 2. Wartburg 221 3. ClaremontMudd-Scripps 233 4. Wiliams 266 5. Wisconsin-Eau Claire 272 6. M.I.T. 291 7. St.Lawrence 297 8. St.Olaf 309 9. Oberlin 316 10 Hope 328 11.Middlebury 329 12.Trinity-TX 333 13.Haverford 338 14.Luther 353 15.Univ.Chicago 381 16.Amherst 396 17.Carleton 407 18.Calvin 413 19.Bates 424 20.Lewis & Clark 452 21.Gustavus Adolphus 485 22.NYU 508 23.Dickinson 537 24.Illinois Wesleyan 554 25.Wisconsin-La Crosse 563 26.Geneseo State 564 27.Rowan 577 28.Kenyon 584 29. Wisconsin-Oshkosh 595 30.Ithaca 683 31.Emory 767 32.Willamette 784

1 8 6

2 14 9

3 19 32

4 57 76

5 60 86

6 61 122

7 119 171

13 10 5 22 25 4 21 23 3 28 12 11 18 2 31 66 38 30 35 49 37 29 36 48 34 16 1 99 128 100

20 15 17 24 44 7 27 50 41 33 55 39 78 58 54 75 88 48 79 59 81 96 69 70 40 63 45 104 133 145

43 53 26 47 72 58 42 51 83 52 71 65 69 67 73 77 92 111 85 102 132 130 123 135 140 150 177 125 153 156

56 62 107 64 74 84 95 80 86 106 87 97 93 127 110 90 94 121 91 118 338 137 166 151 157 161 185 158 172 184

101 126 117 134 82 146 131 124 116 114 113 141 103 142 139 105 112 144 175 180 149 162 169 160 208 194 187 197 181 199

152 196 155 178 109 159 148 178 129 167 143 188 120 189 164 108 115 183 204 210 200 174 173 170 211 215 209 201 186 205

163 182 221 195 203 136 179 168 217 147 190 181 165 134 208 207 218 213 193 192 198 216 219 220 202 214 212

INDIVIDUALS (6K) (Top 35 finishers earn All-American honors) 1. Christy Cazzola 2. Alison Steinbrunner 3. Kari Lambert 4. Addie Tousley 5. Emma Lee 6. Ashlyn Mauer 7. Alana Enabrit 8. Taylor Berg 9. Jordan Johnson 10. Hannah Oneda 11. Melissa Skiba 12. Kristen Galligan 13. Sheena Crawley 14. Sammi Bruett 15. Chelsea Johnson 16. Kaleigh Kenny 17. Lenore Moreno 18. Linda Keller 19. Sophia Stone 20. Tricia Serres 21. Lucy Cheadle 22. Erin Statz 23. Fiona Hendry 24. Bridget Blum 25. Holly Clarke 26. Olivia Mills 27. Lauren Norton 28. Adrienne Strait 29. Jenna Willett 30. Madison Sawyer 31. Julia Sizek 32. Annie Monagle 33. Allison Barnwell 34. Rachel Malone 35. Carey Lyons 36. Brooke Johnson 37. Sheri McCormack 38. Elaine McVay 39. Ella Martin 40. Amy Regan

Wisconsin-Oshkosh Sr 20:53.3 Ohio Northern Sr 21:08.9 Amherst Sr 21:13.0 Middlebury Sr 21:14.7 St.Olaf Sr 21:19.6 Wisconsin-Eau Claire Sr 21:21.8 Wartburg So 21:23.2 St.Thomas Sr 21:23.8 St.Olaf So 21:25.4 Johns Hopkins Fr 21:26.3 Cal Lutheran Jr 21:26.9 Washington & Jefferson So 21:27.4 Franklin & Marshall Sr 21:30.2 Wartburg Jr 21:30.2 St.Scholastica Jr 21:30.3 Williams Jr 21:31.5 La Verne Sr 21:32.5 Minnesota-Morris Sr 21:32.6 Mary Baldwin Jr 21:33.0 Luther Fr 21:33.3 Washington University So 21:34.1 St.Thomas Jr 21:36.6 Haverford Fr 21:44.2 Claremont-Mudd Scripps Fr 21:48.3 Johns Hopkins Jr 21:48.9 Bridgewater Sr 21:49.3 Rochester Sr 21:50.3 Williams So 21:52.3 Kenyon Jr 21:53.0 Wisconsin-Eau Claire Jr 21:543 University of Chicago Sr 21:54.6 Johns Hopkins Sr 21:56.2 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Jr 21:56.6 Brockport State So 21:57.1 Oberlin So 21:58.0 M.I.T. So 22:04.4 Hope Jr 22:03.4 M.I.T. So 22:04.4 St.Lawrence Fr 22:05.1 Stevens Tech Fr 22:07.7 Continued on page 22.


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41. Steph Sjostrom Wisconsin-Eau Claire Sr 22:08.1 42. Emma Lehmann Oberlin So 22:08.4 43. Vanessa Moreno Trinity-TX Jr 22:11.2 44. Alyssa Duncan Wisconsin-Whitewater Sr 22:11.8 45. Rachael Williams Illinois Wesleyan Sr 22:12.1 46. Emily Thomas Lewis&Clark Sr 22:12.9 47. Ruth Steinke Carleton Fr 22:14.1 48. Sarah Burrell Grinnell Jr 22:15.1 49. Haddie Vawter Wartburg Jr 22:16.4 50. Molly Roulliard Bridgewater State Sr 22:17.6 51.Maddie Murphy-Jr (Trinity-TX) 22:19, 52.Danielle Czohia-Sr (Rowan) 22:21, 53.Kelsey Patrick-Fr (Lebanon Vly) 22:21, 54.Lauren Williams-Sr (Elmhurst) 22:22, 55.Traci Tempone-Jr (Elizabethtown) 22:25, 56.Beth Hauer-Sr (Gustavus Adolphus) 22:25, 57.Corissa Conard-So (La Crosse) 22:25, 58.Sara PattersonJr (Dickinson) 22:25, 59.Alicia Fannon-Sr (Bates) 22:26, 60.Christina StorlieSr (Luther) 22:26, 61.Megan Borz-Jr (Rowan) 22:26, 62.Lucy Whipps-So (Middlebury) 22:28, 63.Lindsay Neal-So (Oberlin) 22:29, 64.BethSchwab-Jr (Marywood) 22:30, 65.Hannah Zydanowicz-So (Roger Williams) 22:30, 66.Sara Mostatabi-So (Claremont-M-S) 22:30, 67.Samantha Mayden-Sr (Muhlenberg) 22:31, 68.Audrey Gould-Fr (Tufts) 22:31, 69.Caroline Raue-Sr (St.Lawrence) 22:32, 70.McKenzie Kelly-Sr (Oshkosh) 22:32, 71.Julia Colling-So (Stevens Point) 22:33, 71.Berol Dewdney-Sr (Colby) 22:33, 73.Melissa Newton-Mora-Jr (Lewis&Clark) 22:34, 74.Sarah Quinn-Fr (MIT) 22:34, 75.Emma McCarron-Sr (Capital) 22:34, 76.Cassie Goodman-So (Geneseo) 22:34, 77.Kristen Keller-Jr (NYU) 22:35, 78.Meredith Busman-Jr (Hope) 22:35, 79.Sharon Hecker-Sr (Hope) 22:35, 80.Rosemary Steup-Jr (Trinity-TX) 22:36, 81.Shayna BarbashJr (Williams) 22:36, 82.Shira Kaufman-Fr (Carleton) 22:36, 83.Andrea Tocci-Sr (Haverford) 22:36, 84.Marnie Hogue-Sr (Claremont-M-S) 22:36, 85.Sophia Meehan-Fr (Johns Hopkins) 22:37, 86,Elizabeth Briskin-So (Amherst) 22:38, 87.Emily Cousens-Jr (NYU) 22:38, 88.Ashley Murphy-So (Johns Hopkins) 22:39, 89.Lara Shegoski-Jr (Johns Hopkins) 22:39, 90.Alison Smith-So (Williams) 22:39, 91.Michelle Clark-Sr (Denison) 22:40, 92.Natalie Plick-Fr (Kenyon) 22:41, 93.Aubree Piepmeier-Jr (Vassar), 94.Martina de Geus-Jr (MIT) 22:43, 95.Lydia Weaver-Sr (Ohio Northern) 22:44, 96.Erin Morrow-So (Col.Coll) 22:44, 97.Casey Powell-Jr (Principia) 22:45, 98.Maggie Fitter-Sr (Keene St) 22:45, 99.Jayne Cole-Jr (Luther) 22:45, 100.Kate Ardinger-So (Calvin) 22:45. 101.Jennifer Van Wingerden-Sr (Drew) 22:45, 102.Lauren Almeida-Sr (Amherst) 22:45, 103.Becca Bevins-Sr (St.Olaf) 22:45, 104.Natalie Powell-Fr (La Crosse) 22:46, 105.Emily Cote-Jr (Cortlandt St) 22:47, 106.Callin Kowalewski-Sr (Geneseo) 22:48, 107.Nora Weathers-Fr (Haverford) 22:49, 108.Amy Cynerman-Jr (St.Lawrence) 22:50, 109.Sally Donovan-Fr (Carleton) 22:50, 110.Elizabeth Edwards-Sr (St.Lawrence) 22:50, 111.McKenzie Diemer-Fr (Calvin) 22:50, 112.Erin Sawyers-So (Wartburg) 22:50, 113.Michelle Matter-Sr (Ripon) 22:51, 114.Christine Hartley-Sr (Calvin) 22:51, 115.Elise Wummer-Jr (U.Chicago) 22:52, 116.Caitlin Fermoyle-So (Gustavus Adolphus) 22:52, 117.Camille BorstJr (Hope) 22:52, 118.Nicole Krajewski-Jr (Franciscan) 22:53, 119.Taylor Ludman-Jr (Dickinson) 22:54, 120.Ariel Beccia-Jr (St.Lawrence) 22:54, 121.Katie Kummerer-Jr (Carthage) 22:54, 122.Evie Borchard-So (UC Santa Cruz) 22:54, 123.Kaylee Kubisiak-Fr (Bridgewater) 22:55, 124.Alison Maxwell-So (Middlebury) 22:55, 125.Meggie Exner-Jr (St.Olaf) 22:55, 126.Kate Eggers-Sr (Gustavus Adolphus) 22:56, 127.Emily Attwood-Jr (Middlebury) 22:56, 128.Kathryn Balmer-So (Haverford) 22:57, 129.Gabrielle Naranja-Jr (Bates) 22:57, 130.Julia Mark-Sr (Wesleyan) 22:57, 131.Sarah Peluse-Jr (U.Chicago) 22:57, 132.Alyssa Penning-Sr (Calvin) 22:57, 133.Rebecca Hare-So (Gustavus Adolphus) 22:57, 134.Lindsay Cullen-Sr (Bates) 22:58, 135.Catherine Young-Fr (U.Chicago) 22:58, 136.Hannah Zeltner-Fr (Bates) 22:58, 137.Lauren Taylor-Jr (Oberlin) 22:59, 138.Elise Anderson-Sr (IL Wesleyan) 22:59, 139.Maggie Pearson-Jr (Luther) 22:59, 140.Morgan Gerdes-So (Wartburg) 22:59, 141.Alexa Rick-So (Ithaca) 23:00, 142.Michaela Freeby-So (Willamette) 23:01, 143.Nicole LemanSr (LeTourneau) 23:01, 144.Aubrey Zimmerling-Sr (Claremont-M-S) 23:02, 145.Kristina Kronauer-Sr (Bryn Mawr) 23:03, 146.Lily Corsaro-Fr (NYU) 23:03, 147.Emily Smith-So (Ithaca) 23:04, 148.Brianna Hickey-Fr (U.Chicago) 23:04, 149.Kimby Penning-Fr (U.Chicago) 23:04, 150.Ashley El Rady-So (Centre) 23:04, 151.Jessica Pagano-So (Trinity-TX) 23:04, 152.Elaina Meurer-Fr (Eau Claire) 23:05, 153.Alyssa Oram-Jr (Calvin) 23:06, 154.Jackie Lemme-Sr (St.Lawrence) 23:06, 155.Colette Celichowski-So (Carleton) 23:07, 156.Heather Spurling-Sr (Lewis&Clark) 23:08, 157.Mira Carey-Hatch-Jr (Bates) 23:08, 158.Chelsea Thorsheim-Jr (Haverford) 23:09, 159.Jackie Newell-Jr (Trinity-TX) 23:09, 160.Megan Lang-Sr (Occidental) 23:09, 161.Elana Jay-So (Bates) 23:10, 162.Christine Verduzco-Sr (Whittier) 23:10, 163.Katie Rominger-Jr (Middlebury) 23:10, 164.Kelsey Jaeger-So (Eau Claire) 23:11, 165.Stephanie RouseSr (Grinnell) 23:11, 166.Amanda Shelby-Fr (Mt.St.Joseph) 23:11, 167.Georgina Norton-Jr (NYU) 23:12, 168.Frances Loeb-So (Johns Hopkins) 23:13, 169.Maggie Cornelius-Fr (U.Chicago) 23:13, 170.Kaitlyn Throgmorton-Jr (Lewis& Clark) 23:15, 171.Kristen Youngberg-Sr (Wartburg) 23:15, 172.Rachel Schroeder-Jr (La Crosse) 23:15, 173.Taylor Mattarella-Sr (Hope) 23:16, 174.Anna Fay-Fr (Ithaca) 23:16, 175.Mollie Gillberg-So (Bethel-Mn) 23:16, 176.Amelia Ortiz-So (Williams) 23:16, 177.Caroline Rose-Fr (Amherst) 23:17, 178.Hannah Moriarty-So (Emory) 23:17, 179.Sarah Guth-So (Middlebury) 23:17, 180.Meagan DeSalvo-So (IL-Wesleyan) 23:17, 181.Caroline Martin-Sr (Oberlin) 23:19, 182.Lauren Schultz-Sr (Washington & Lee) 23:19, 183.Anne Dyroff-Jr (Dickinson) 23:20, 184.Marissa Gogniat-So (Emory) 23:20, 185.Kaitlin Allen-So (MIT)

23:20, 186.Rebekah Steiinke-Jr (Geneseo) 23:22, 187.Katie Carlson-So (Middlebury) 23:22, 188.Katherine Filippo-Sr (IL-Wesleyan) 23:22, 189.Sarah Rutkowski-So (Dickinson) 23:22, 190.Molly Carl-Sr (Southern Maine) 23:24, 191.Ahna Weeks-So (Carleton) 23:24, 192.Lauren Mordini-Fr (Luther) 23:25, 193.Joy Hanke-Sr (Rowan) 23:25, 194.Bekah Reese-Sr (Otterbein) 23:25, 195.Betsy Black-Fr (Amherst) 23:26, 196.Emily Scott-Jr (Haverford) 23:26, 197.Katherine Keith-So (Lewis&Clark) 23:26, 198.Juliet Farnan-Fr (Willamette) 23:27, 199.Moriah Novacinski-Jr (St.Olaf) 23:27, 200.Michaela Whitelaw-Jr (U.Chicago) 23:28, 201.Sarah Jane Kerwin-So (Oberlin) 23:28, 202.Mary NolteJr (Dickinson) 23:29, 203.Carolyn Campbell-Jr (Kenyon) 23:29, 204.Kate Crawford-Sr (Claremont-M-S) 23:29, 205.Emily Sullivan-Sr (Geneseo) 23:29, 206.Tamara Surtees-So (Emory) 23:29, 207.Amanda Solch-Jr (Bates) 23:30, 208.Monica Emerson-So (Eau Claire) 23:30, 209.Amanda Tamanaha-Sr (Willamette) 23:30; 210.Molly Ortiz-Sr (Washington & Lee) 23:31, 211.Deana Wood-So (Rowan) 23:33, 212.Rachel Schreiber-So (Pacific-OR) 23:33, 213.Carolyn Malone-So (Ithaca) 23:34, 214.Allison Brandt-Sr (St.Olaf) 23:34, 215.Alyssa Knott-So (Geneseo) 23:37, 216.Clara Heiden-So (Kenyon) 23:37, 217.Carmen Beck-Jr (IL-Wesleyan) 23:38, 218.Lisa Beem-Jr (Claremont-M-S) 23:39, 219.Haley Johnson-So (Carleton) 23:39, 220.Nicole Michmerhuizen-Jr (Calvin) 23:41, 221.Abby Gustafson-Sr (La Crosse) 23:41, 222.Jessie Dean-Jr (TrinityTX) 23:41, 223.Sara Hess-Sr (Haverford) 23:42, 224.Jordyn Naylon-Sr (Cortland) 23:43, 225.Megan Stats-Wagner-Sr (LaCrosse) 23:44, 226.Mary AldridgeJr (Geneseo) 23:45. 227.Lauren Mapes-Jr (Wartburg) 23:45, 228.Aileen Rivell-Fr (Emory) 23:46, 229.Rebecca Zych-So (La Crosse) 23:49, 230.Alexis SampsonJr (IL-Wesleyan) 23:50, 231.Meredith Bache-Wiig-Sr (Gustavus Adolphus) 23:51, 232.Morgan McCardel-Sr (Hope) 23:51, 233.Taylor Bauer-Fr (Oshkosh) 23:51, 234.Alexandra Taylor-Jr (MIT) 23:51, 235.Nicola Hill-So (Trinity-TX) 23:53, 236.Sarah Sisk-Fr (NYU) 23:54, 237.Nikki Rendler-Jr (Eau Claire) 23:55, 238.Hannah Smith-So (Emory) 23:55, 239.Susan Heinselman-So (Lewis &Clark) 23:55, 240.Theresa Edwards-Sr (Willamette) 23:57, 241.Allie DeBaker-Jr (Oshkosh) 23:58, 242.Danica Harrison-Fr (Oshkosh) 23:58, 243.Calleson Edwards-Sr (Emory) 23:58, 244.Amy Dao-Jr (Amherst) 23:58, 245.Lauren Stokke-Sr (Luther) 23:58, 246.Olivia Tarantino-So (Amherst) 24:00, 247.Aly Wisekal-Jr (Carleton) 24:01, 248.Ellen Smith-Fr (La Crosse) 24:01, 249.Cassie Anderson-Jr (IL-Wesleyan) 24:02, 250.Andi Gomoll-Sr (St.Olaf) 24:03, 251.Tory Bruch-Jr (Kenyon) 24:03, 252.Brianne Mirecki-Jr (Williams) 24:04, 253.Anastasia Diamond-So (Ithaca) 24:04, 254.Brigid Heenan-Sr (Geneseo) 24:11, 255.Annette Marinello-So (Willamette) 24:11, 256.Mackenzie Shelgren-Fr (Dickinson) 24:17, 257.Carly Graham-Sr (Ithaca) 24:19, 258.Jaime Lisack-Fr (Ithaca) 24:20, 259.Julia Stock-Fr (Hope) 24:21, 260.Lauren Shurson-Fr (Gustavus Adolphus) 24:21, 261.Taylor Ostrander-Fr (Willamette) 24:22, 262.Priscilla Antuna-Jr (Rowan) 24:23, 263.Lyndsi Schwictenberg-Jr (Gustavus Adolphus) 24:23, 264.Emily Fagan-Jr (Lewis&Clark) 24:24, 265.Sonny Jenkins-So (Oshkosh) 24:29, 266.Alyssa Binczyk-So (NYU) 24:30, 267.Gabrielle Pendegast-Jr (Rowan) 24:30, 268.Stevie Gildehaus-Jr (Willamette) 24:31, 269.Courtney Blinkhorn-Jr (Dickinson) 24:32, 270.Stephanie Crane-So (Emory) 24:34, 271.Kerry StraderJr (Kenyon) 24:34, 272.Onyinyechi Obelle-Fr (Rowan) 24:34, 273.Annie Klepper-Sr (Luther) 24:38, 274.Amanda Gaffney-Jr (NYU) 24:39, 275.Lizzie HalperSo (Kenyon) 24:59, 276.Kristin Stockheimer-Sr (La Crosse) 25:14, 277.Ann Martino-So (St.Lawrence) 27:05.

NAIA Vancouver, WA 11-17 Results: Men: http://tinyurl.com/NAIA-Men Women: http://tinyurl.com/NAIA-Women St. Francis: http://www.gofightingsaints.com/article/1480.php British Columbia: http://tinyurl.com/UBC-Women The University of St. Francis (IL) won its first national title, taking the men’s race over top-ranked Southern Oregon, 138–153. The previous highest finish for the Fighting Saints was 13th last year. The Master’s John Gilbertson, 3rd a year ago, was the individual champion. “It was very humbling to win the national championship,” said St. Frances’ first-year head coach Jeff Barker. “We stuck to our game plan and pulled it off. It’s amazing. I thought we could get on the podium [the top four teams get trophies], but I just wasn’t sure if we had enough to win the championship. I have to give credit to former head coach Drew Ludtke, as he recruited all these guys. He did a great job of building the program. He built the foundation with kids of character and kids who believed in being one big family.” The women’s race also produced a first-time winner, with Canada’s British Columbia beating the College of Idaho, 98–112. The College of Idaho’s Hillary Holt was the individual winner. The Thunderbirds were led by sophomores Maria Bernard and Jackie Regan, who finished 6th and 7th, respectively. Cal. State-San Marcos finished 4th as its 3-year winning streak came to an end.


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MEN TEAMS Total 1. St.Francis-IL 138 2. Southern Oregon 153 3. Cal.State-San Marcos165 4. Oklahoma Baptist 179 5. Aquinas 191 6. British Columbia 201 7. Shawnee State 268 8. The Masters 282 9. Lubbock Christian308 10. Baker 314 11. College of Idaho 330 12. Wayland Baptist 341 13. Bryan 351 14. Eastern Oregon 369 15. Lewis & Clark 380 16. Indiana Wesleyan 399 17. Concordia-OR 419 18. Southwestern 432 19. Cornerstone 439 20. Berea 453 21. Concordia-NE 469 22. Olivet Nazarene 482 23. Morningside 495 24. Carroll 533 25. Emmanuel 648 26. Embry-Riddle 708 27. St.Ambrose 712 28. Columbia College 730 29. William Jessup 874 30. York-NE 997 31. Xavier-Louisiana 997

1 6 14 12 8 15 3 21 1 7 32 2 4 19 36 5 11 26 9 28 31 37 30 41 52 96 65 90 121 152 183 190

2 17 16 13 25 33 20 34 10 23 44 22 48 24 56 62 35 29 73 71 60 79 101 78 85 128 112 108 135 169 197 194

3 18 38 42 27 40 49 63 75 45 74 83 58 84 81 76 94 80 97 99 114 93 111 115 106 133 160 158 146 176 203 195

4 43 39 47 55 50 57 68 89 102 77 110 91 95 92 86 125 130 103 117 116 105 118 123 137 143 185 177 162 184 205 208

5 56 46 51 64 53 72 82 107 131 97 113 140 129 104 151 134 154 150 124 132 155 122 138 153 148 186 179 166 193 209 210

6 69 59 61 66 67 88 100 120 181 191 126 145 119 174 142 182 156 175 144 168 127 149 173 173 189 201 199 196 211 -

7 161 70 109 172 136 98 163 164 198 200 139 157 147 180 165 192 159 204 167 187 141 170 188 178 202 205 207 212 -

INDIVIDUALS (8K) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44.

John Gilbertson Greg Montgomery Luc Bruchet Edward Taragon Dave Marks Joash Osoro Nathan Martin Phil Rizzo Izzy Miranda Adam Godwin Kyle Anderson Cameron Barela Frank Adelman Ryan Meyer Anthony Pizzo Ethan Naylor Western Nelson Danny Lyon Tyler Van Dyke Grant Gunneseon Matthew Day Scott McIntyre Mike Blaszczyk Brandon Carson Anthony Simpson Tim Huebsch Adam Schroeder Dominic Bolin Andrew Reidsma Ricky Avila Isaac Placencia Connor Hatfield Mizael Carrera Daniel Tubei Jeff Pelarde Cordell Baker Arya Bahreini Ben Foubert Jory Custar Scott Minor Travis Mabe Andrew Landstrom Caesar Castillo Nic Mizeur

The Master’s College of Idaho British Columbia Wayland Baptist/Kenya Lewis & Clark William Carey//Kenya Spring Arbor St.Francis-IL Lubbock Christian Oklahoma Baptist Spring Arbor Vanguard Southwestern-KS William Woods The Master’s Indiana Wesleyan Cal.State-San Marcos Cal.State-San Marcos Southern Oregon Aquinas Westmont Southern Oregon St.Francis-IL St.Francis-IL Bryan British Columbia Shawnee State College of Idaho Trinity Christian Concordia-CA Lubbock Christian Bryan Robert Morris-IL Park University/Kenya Oregon Tech Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma City Concordia-OR Oklahoma Baptist Oregon Tech Cornerstone Concordia-OR St.Mary-KS Olivet Nazarene

Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr Jr So Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr Sr So So Sr Sr Jr Fr Jr Sr Jr Jr Jr Sr Jr So So Jr Jr Sr Fr Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr Fr Sr

23:56 24:06 24:08 24:15 24:36 24:36 24:37 24:44 24:44 24:45 24:46 24:51 24:52 24:56 25:02 25:02 25:05 25:06 25:06 25:09 25:09 25:10 25:11 25:11 25:11 25:11 25:13 25:14 25:19 25:21 25:24 25:25 25:26 25:26 25:26 25:27 25:27 25:29 25:30 25:30 25:31 25:32 25:32 25:33

45. Austin Houchens Berea 46. Jeremy Bryan Baker 47. Dan Foley Aquinas 48. Jeremy Anderson Shawnee State 49. Andrew Albert Indiana Wesleyan 50. Isaac Updike Eastern Oregon (Top 30 finishers earn All-American honors)

Jr Fr Jr Jr Sr Jr

25:34 25:34 25:35 25:36 25:36 25:37

51.Ben Sievert-So (Concordia-NE) 25:38, 52.Eric Avila-Jr (Sthn. Or) 25:40, 53.Nathan Normo-Fr (Sthn Or) 25:41, 54.Jacob Towne-Fr (Aquinas) 25:41; 55.Andy Coy-Sr (Dakota St) 25:43, 56.Juan Carlos Barrera (Robert Mossis-Il) 25:43, 57.Abdi Ismail-Jr (Dickerson St) 25:43, 58.Taylor Chapman-Jr (Morningside) 25:43, 59.Steven Ing-Fr (Cal St.San Marcos) 25:43, 60.Dylan Reyes-Jr (St.Francis-Ill) 25:45, 61.Aaron Caldwell-Sr (Baker) 25:46, 62.Charles Tre BaleJr (Lubbock Christian) 25:46, 63.Brett Hornig-Jr (Sthn Or) 25:47, 64.Matt PorterSr (Northwest U.) 25:48, 65.Nate Avalos-Sr (Cal St. San Marcos) 66.Wyatt Landrum-Jr (Wayland Baptist) 25:49, 67.Etaslon Kabura-Jr (Graceland) 25:49, 68.Will Cliff-So (British Columbia) 25:50, 69.Kevin Mahar-Jr (Aquinas) 25:51, 70.Michael Hewitt-Fr (Cal St San Marcos) 25:51, 71.Oliver Lange-Jr (Westminster-Utah) 25:52, 71.Lyle Pocha-So (Carroll) 25:52, 73.Stephen Glinski-So (Aquinas) 25:53, 74.Jake Ferris-Jr (St.Francis-Ill) 25:54, 75.Cameron SpragueJr (Ok.Baptist) 25:55, 76.Kody Shriver-Fr (Eastern Or) 25:56, 77.Bilal ShamsiFr (British Columbia) 25:56, 78.Hildon Boen-Sr (Wayland Baptist) 25:56, 79.Eric Ghelfi-So (Sthn Or) 25:57, 80.DarryllPatrick-Sr (Berea) 25:57, 81.Deng AkuienSr (Cal St.San Marcos) 25:57, 82.Brian Corcoran-Jr (St.Xavier) 25:58, 83.Hayden Randall-Jr (Lewis & Clark) 25:58, 84.Brad Liston-Jr (Shawnee St) 25:58, 85.Neal Ellis-Sr (Ok.Baptist) 25:59, 86.Vincent Bett-So (Embry-Riddle) 26:00, 87.Zack Cates-So (Ok.Baptist) 26:00, 88.Dennis Patrick-Jr (Dickinson St) 26:01, 89.Brendan Maloney-Jr (Aquinas) 26:03, 90.Breydon Gates-So (Shawnee St) 26:03, 91.Landon Hamilton-Sr (Cumberlands) 26:04, 92.Ignacio Fernandez (Sr) Savannah A&D) 26:04, 93.Mike Topp-Sr (St.Francis-Ill) 26:04, 94.Jared HixonFr (Sthn Or) 26:04, 95.Joel Allen-So (Tabor) 26:05, 96.Cody Risch-Sr (Cornerstone) 26:05, 97.Jack Williams-So (British Columbia) 26:06, 98.Conner Drendel-Sr (Southwwestern-Kansas) 26:07, 99.Eric Larson-Sr (Baker) 26:08, 100.David Eller-Jr (The Masters) 26:10, 101.Nick Pierson-Jr (Lewis & Clark) 26:10, 102.Justin Bryan-Fr (Baker) 26:11, 103.Garret Ehlers-Jr (Morningside) 26:11, 104.Aaron Belcher-Jr (Ind. Tech) 26:11, 105.Colin Morrissey-Sr (Concordia-Neb) 26:11, 106.JustinBateson-Jr (Siena Heights) 26:12, 107.Roman Kirkov-Fr (Concordia-Or) 26:12, 108.Hans Roelle-So (Eastern Or) 26:12, 109.Joe Stewart-So (Shawnee St) 26:13, 110.Christopher Roeper-So (Coll.Idaho) 26:14, 111.Dominic Cabada-Fr (St.Gregory’s) 26:15, 112.Dante Carter-Fr (Dickinson St) 26:15, 113.Alex Stephens-Jr (Bryan) 26:16, 114.Danny Ledesma-Jr (Biola) 26:16, 115.Tim Boes-Sr (Madonna) 26:16, 116.Felix Alfen-Jr (Webber) 26:17, 117.Derrick Williams-Fr (Carroll) 26:17, 118.Jimmy Oribo-Sr (Lewis & Clark) 26:18, 119.Brock Nooney-So (Friends) 26:21, 120.Taylor Nall-Sr (Baker) 26:22, 121.Matt Galea-So (British Columbia) 26:22, 122.Matthew Crichton-Jr (The Masters) 26:23, 123.John Darmody-Sr (St.Ambrose) 26:23, 124.Julian LopezJr (Wayland Baptist) 26:25, 125.Ryan Booth-Sr (Eastern Or) 26:25, 126.Hayden Hohnholt-Jr (Concordia-Neb) 26:26, 127.Ethan Laudermilch-Sr (Ind-Wesleyan) 26:26, 128.Tim Sigmon-Fr (Bryan) 26:27, 129.Thomas Chelulei-So (Park Univ) 26:27, 130.Jonah Holbert (So (Emmanuel) 26:28, 131.Colton McNinchJr (Southwestern-Kan) 26:28, 132.Tim Smith-So (British Columbia) 26:29, 133.Thomas Bambach-So (Cornerstone) 26:30, 134.Derek Ryan-Sr (Shawnee St) 26:30, 135.Eric Hancock-Fr (St.Xavier) 26:30, 136.Brooks Ballou-Jr (St.MaryKan) 26:31, 137.Daniel Wells-Jr (Olivet Nazarene) 26:31, 138.Carsten RussellSo (Lubbock Christian) 26:31, 139.John Egan-So (Brescia) 26:32, 140.Sam McDaniel-Jr (Southwestern-Kan) 26:32, 141.Ryan Tholen-Sr (Dordt) 26:33, 142.Kody Coxen-Jr (Eastern Or) 26:33, 143.Brandon Scott-Jr (Webber) 26:34, 144.Nick Wilson-Sr (Rio Grande) 26:35, 145.Nathan Jackson-So (Dordt) 26:36, 146.Beau Billings-Jr (Concordia-Neb) 26:36, 147.Sancho Ridesatthedoor-Jr (Carroll) 26:36, 148.Johnny Watson-So (Wiley) 26:36, 149.John Hird-So (The Masters) 26:37, 150.Kevin Randle-Sr (St.Ambrose) 26:38, 151.Zachery Laurenzana-Fr (Cal St. San Marcos) 26:38, 152.Genesis Henderson-Jr (Scad Atlanta) 26:39, 153.Max Hampton-Fr (Coll. Idaho) 26:39, 154.Zach Bozman-Sr (Olivet Nazarene) 26:40, 155.Alec Hernandez-So (Embry-Riddle) 26:41, 156.Miles Ranck-Fr (Coll. Idaho) 26:41, 157.Lucas Warner-Sr (Berea) 26:41, 158.Jay WelpSo (Morningside) 26:41, 159.Aaron King-Sr (Roosevelt) 26:42, 160.Joseph Brendel-Jr (Berea) 26:43, 161.Louis Falland-Jr (Cornerstone) 26:43, 162.Marshall Hawn-So (Olivet Nazarene) 26:43, 163.Austin Jacobs-Sr (Evangel) 26:43, 164.Zach Seely-Jr (Eastern Or) 26:43, 165.Ryan Freeman-Fr (The Masters) 26:44, 166.Cameron Schmitz-Fr (Columbia Coll) 26:45, 167.Kasey Ferrigan-Sr (Olivet Nazarene) 26:46, 168.Monte Larsen-Sr (Morningside) 26:46, 169.Jared Courtright-Sr (Cornerstone) 26:47, 170.John Wilson-Fr (Ind.Wesleyan) 26:49, 171.Nick Hampton-Sr (Coll.Idaho) 26:50, 172.Ronald Milbocker-Fr (Olivet Nazarene) 26:50, 173.Tucker Hilley-So (Emmanuel) 26:50, 174.Jarid HollidaySr (Doane) 26:51, 175.Ahmed Khalif-Sr (Graceland) 26:51, 176.Billy Funk-Sr (Goshen) 26:51, 177.Tony Moore-So (Simpson-Cal) 26:52, 178.Joel JohnstonFr (Bryan) 26:53, 179.Sergio Gonzalez-Fr (Concordia-Ore) 26:53, 180.Joey Villarreal-Jr (Lubbock Christian) 26:53, 181.Jeremy Johnson-Fr (Berea) 26:54, 182.Austin Epting-Sr (Blue Mountain) 26:54, 183.D’Andre Smally-Fr (Emmanuel) 26:54, 184.Jonny Mendez-Fr (Ind-Wesleyan) 26:55, 185.Michael McCulloch-Fr (Columbia Coll) 26:55, 186.Jeff Cherry-Fr (Aquinas) 26:56, 187.Joe Taranto-Sr (Rio Grande) 26:57, 188.Joseph Mullen-So (Tenn.Wesleyan) Continued on next page


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26:57, 189.Dennis Leigh-Jr (Carroll) 26:57, 190.Dylan Grunn-Sr (Point Park) 26:57, 191.Carter Witt-Fr (Blue Mountain) 26:58, 192.Mark Abrahams-Fr (Morningside) 26:58, 193.Said Ahmed-Sr (Lee-Tenn) 26:58, 194.Jason Hunt-Sr (Coll.Idaho) 26:59, 195.Lucius Lopez-Sr (Wayland Baptist) 26:59, 196.Caleb Bernhardt-Jr (Olivet Nazarene) 27:00, 197.Matt McAndrews-Jr (Ind-Wesleyan) 27:00, 198.Eric Weers-Fr (Doane) 27:01, 199.Rashaun Tanner-So (Emmanuel) 27:01, 200.Jeffrey Johnson-Sr (Berea) 27:01, 201.Gabriel Barron-So (Webber) 27:02, 202.TJ Mosbach-Jr (Mount Mercy) 27:02, 203.Matt Leonard-Sr (Missoury Vly) 27:03, 204.Anthony Vecchio-So (USC-Beaufort) 27:03, 205.James Straubel-Sr (Park U) 27:03, 206.Madison Yates-So (Bryan) 27:04, 207.Devin Sander-Fr (Columbia Coll) 27:04, 208.Carlos Hernandez-Jr (Eastern Or) 27:04, 209.Jesse Kemmerer-So (Emmanuel) 27:04, 210.Mike Guizar-So (Marymont) 27:06, 211.Taylor Kube-Jr (Morningside) 27:09, 212.Eric Anders-Jr (Southwestern-Kan) 27:11, 213.Andy Keim-Sr (Lewis & Clark) 27:13, 214.Wayne Smith-Jr (William Jessup) 27:13, 215.Austin Stuchell-Sr (Carroll) 27:16, 216.Daniel Rieger-Fr (Marymount) 27:16, 217.Jonathan Santillan-Fr (Concordia-Or) 27:17, 218.Charlie Bloomfield-So (Concordia-Neb) 27:18, 219.Eric Lightfoot-So (Southwestern-Kan) 27:18, 220.John-Paul Williamson-Fr (Lindsey Wilson) 27:20, 221.Jacob Reeves-Jr (Bethel-Tenn) 27:20, 222.Parker Sorenson-Fr (Bryan) 27:21, 223.Dean Knieps-So (St. Ambrose) 27:21, 224.Aundreas LopezSr (Cumberlands) 27:21, 225.Trey Bruton-Jr (Southwestern-Kan) 27:22, 226.Jacob Dordick-So (Embry-Riddle) 27:22, 227.Matt Murphy-Sr (Milligan) 27:22, 228.Matt Peacock-So (St.Francis-Ill) 27:22, 229.Jordan Smeltzer-So (Goshen) 27:22, 230.Alex Agafonov-Sr (Roosevelt) 27:23, 231.Cody GorhamFr (Columbia Coll) 27:24, 232.Eli Gerlach-Sr (Shawnee St) 27:25, 233.Luis Gonzalez-Fr (Truett-McConnell) 27:27, 234.Yanni Gallagher-Fr (William Penn) 27:27, 235.Jordan Pater-Jr (Mount Marty) 27:27, 236.Camden McAlister-Sr (The Masters) 27:28, 237.Matt Mitchell-Sr (Ind-Wesleyan) 27:30, 238.Troy Jones-Fr (TX Wesleyan) 27:31, 239.Andrew Pierce-Sr (UC Merced) 27:32, 240.Jason Thurman-Fr (Columbia Coll) 27:33, 241.Scott Kenney-Sr (Berea) 27:34, 242.Adam Prahlow-Jr (Corcordia-Neb) 27:34, 243.Michael Basuini-Fr (William Jessup) 27:34, 244.Justin Welsh-Jr (Grand View) 27:34. 245.Ryan Gehman-So (Montreat) 27:35, 246.Keith Byers-Fr (Morningside) 27:35, 247.Leonel Ayala-So (Emmanuel) 27:35, 248.Louie Cook-Sr (Ok.Baptist) 27:36, 249.Rico GutierrezJr (Great Falls) 27:37, 250.Connor Garcia-Fr (Carroll) 27:39, 251.Tyler Dutchover-So (Vanguard) 27:40, 252.Bryant Radar-Sr (Mount Mercy) 27:41, 253.Conor Smith-Fr (Lewis & Clark) 27:41, 254.Zach Bourdon-Sr (Cornerstone) 27:43, 255.Ben Burchett-Sr (William Jessup) 27:43, 256.Peyton Wade-So (Friends) 27:45, 257.Tanner Arntzen-So (St.Ambrose) 27:46, 258.Mitchael Jenkins-Fr (Emmanuel) 27:47, 259.Ryan Buchanan-Sr (St.Ambrose) 27:47, 260.Alex Avilez-Sr (Missouri Vly) 27:47, 261.Pauric McLaughlin-So (Lewis & Clark) 27:51, 262.Lucas Morris-So (Lubbock Christ) 27:52, 263.Nick Wilson-Jr (ConcordiaOre) 27:56, 264.Matt McKenzie-So (St.Louis Pharmacy) 27:59, 265.Caleb Mootispaw-Fr (Asbury) 28:01, 266.Matthew Gatineau-Fr (York-Neb) 28:03, 267.David Duque-So (Our Lady of the Lake) 28:06, 268.Anthony Villarreal-Jr (William Jessup) 28:07, 269.Josh Guerrero-Sr (Embry Riddle) 28:10, 270.Tyler Hartley-So (Mount Mercy) 28:16, 271.Jason Riggs-So (Embry-Riddle) 28:18, 272.Jordan Portzeba-Fr (Concordia-Neb) 28:19, 273.Ryan Utsey-Sr (Carroll) 28:20, 274.Ryan Larson-Fr (Embry-Riddle) 28:21, 275.David Holobowicz-Fr (Xavier-Louisiana) 28:21, 276.Alejandro Sanchez-So (Waldorf) 28:23, 277.Taylor Whitmore-Fr (Hannibal-LaGrange) 28:24, 278.Brandon Sotelo-Fr (Tx Wesleyan) 28:25, 279.Zach Warner-So (Taylor) 28:25, 280.Andy Root-So (Montreat) 28:26, 281.Cooper Clark-Jr (Baker) 28:26, 282.Jairus Kipkemoi-So (Wiley) 28:27, 283.Taylor Adrian-Jr (Concordia-Ore) 28:27, 284.David Cummings-Jr (William Jessup) 28:28, 285.Chad Upshaw-Fr (Haskell Indian Nations) 28:30, 286.Manuel Ortiz-Fr (UC Merced) 28:35, 287.Kwame Jackson-So (XavierLouisiana) 28:42, 288.Aaron Yarmash-Fr (Xavier Louisiana) 28:43, 289.Christian Wichmann-Fr (William Jessup) 28:46, 290.Warren Lannon-So (York-Neb) 28:47, 291.Jordan Wilson-So (Lubbock Christ) 28:52, 292.Jordan Andrews-Fr (Columbia Coll) 28:59, 293.Vincent Tadokoro-So (Baker) 29:01, 294.Tyler NorbySr (St.Ambrose) 29:02, 295.Todd Yoder-Fr (Asbury) 29:04, 296.Richard MilamFr (Tx Wesleyan) 29:05, 297.Jay Whitmore-Fr (St.Ambrose) 29:08, 298.Abel Eshete-Sr (Northwood) 29:13, 299.Levi Swenson-Fr (York-Neb) 29:14, 300.Tyler Grey-Jr (Cornerstone) 29:17, 301.Kyle Bottom-So (York-Neb) 29:19, 302.Damon Goodall-Fr (Columbia Coll) 29:26, 303.Bentley Nunes-Sr (William Jessup) 29:45, 304.Emmanuel Deteige-So (Xavier-Louisiana) 30:04, 305.Jake Hasenauer-So (York-Neb) 30:14, 306.JohnFredrickson-Fr (Sthn Wesleyan) 30:38, 307.Javon Mead-Jr (Xavier-Louisiana) 30:42, 308.Tyler Cox-So (YorkNeb) 31:50, 309.Kellan Goben-Jr (York-Neb) 32:54.

WOMEN TEAMS 1. 2. 3. 4.

British Columbia College of Idaho Olivet Nazarene Cal.StateSan Marcos 5. Carroll

Total 98 112 133

1 5 1 10

2 6 7 20

3 17 8 31

4 18 36 35

5 52 60 37

6 56 92 40

7 62 100 93

149 225

4 16

26 19

32 45

43 55

44 90

70 94

83 143

6. Oklahoma Baptist 253 7. Aquinas 262 8. Lewis & Clark 273 9. Dordt 290 10. Biola 292 11. Concordia-CA 312 12. St.Francis-IL 318 13. Eastern Oregon 321 14. Northwest Christian 329 15. Cornerstone 437 16. Concordia-OR 439 17. Park University 458 18. Westmont 467 19. Milligan 479 20. Huntington 510 21. St.Ambrose 566 22. Embry-Riddle 570 23. Shawnee State 573 24. Texas Wesleyan 575 25. Central Methodist 673 26. Friends 765 27. Brescia 811

3 22 9 29 12 11 14 2 25 13 15 27 49 53 47 75 34 59 30 104 115 98

41 28 21 50 39 57 61 24 38 87 23 80 76 88 84 113 48 82 68 123 134 144

58 51 33 64 66 65 67 46 71 106 42 81 99 95 122 119 147 129 124 137 139 177

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Minimalist Shoes Winter 2013 In this review, our third annual look at minimalist shoes, we examine this growing category and feature 7 new shoes and one updated model for you to consider. In deciding what a minimalist shoe is, we use the following ranges: a minimal heel-to-forefoot drop (5 millimeters or less); minimal support (can fold down the heel of the upper or pinch the sides of the heel together) and little sole structure (should be able to twist torsionally with little resistance); and light in weight (under 10 ounces for a men’s size 11). Shoes that satisfy at least two of these three characteristics we classify as minimal. Your use of minimalist shoes will be determined by your fitness and preferences, but all runners can benefit from the use of a minimal shoe for at least some of their running.

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Mizuno introduces its EVO line of two minimalist shoes with its characteristic twist. Though they’re similar— one aims at performance while the EVO Cursoris is a bit more plush—both have the same zero-drop geometry and lightweight approach. It’s light with a roomy forefoot and 12mm of foam underfoot. The upper is open airmesh in the forefoot (vamp) with smaller mesh on the heel (rear quarter). The midsole is Mizuno’s durable AP foam, which has a toughened skin in the areas where it’s exposed to the road. A visible insert under the metatarsals provides a slightly softer feel underfoot, and the overall shape encourages midfoot striking and a snappy toeoff. The Wave technology is provided by both shaping the forefoot insert and running the length of the midsole. For durability, the outersole is a sparse forefoot-only treatment of carbon rubber. “Different than any shoes I’ve worn: snug and sleek in the heel, stretchy and roomy in the toes. The sole is cushy, but flexible. I’ve really enjoyed running in them.” Heel/Forefoot Drop 0mm Sizes Men 6–13,14,15; Women 6–11 Weight 7.5 oz. (men’s 11); 5.5 oz. (women’s 8)

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The Maliko is named after a bay on the island of Maui and this shoe’s suitability in both wet and dry situations is just the beginning of that inspiration. Another notable feature of the Maliko is its split toe construction (the big toe is separated from its brethren), which increases the power and agility of your stride by providing better balance. The upper is a tough, closed mesh with welded supports, a wrapped arch, and swept heel cup of thin TPU with drainage ports under the arch in case you’re running through water. Monosock construction hugs the foot, while thin laces and a quick-snugging lace-lock complete the fit. There’s no midsole to speak of—the EVA Strobel board and removable EVA arch pad in the heel handle those duties—allowing a zero-drop or very mild ramp angle options. The outersole is durable carbon rubber, effectively textured to grip in wet conditions. “Once you get past the look of the split toe, you realize these are comfortable performance running shoes. The design is awesome, light and flexible with good traction and nothing extra added.” Heel/Forefoot Drop 0mm Sizes Men 7–12,13; Women 5,6–10,11 Weight 7.3 oz. (men’s 11); 6.2 oz. (women’s 8)

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184.Krista WoodFr (Huntington) 20:08, 185.Taylor Beaverson-Sr (Central Methodist) 20:08, 186.Anne Bruno-Jr (Mount Mercy) 20:08, 187.Hillary Callaway-Jr (Kansas Wesleyan) 20:10, 188.Maria Aguayo-So (Tx Wesleyan) 20:10, 189.Sarah WilliamsSr (Peru St) 20:11, 190.Natalie Spahr-So (Huntington) 20:11, 191.Catherine Fakler-So (Xavier-Louisiana) 20:12, 192.Chelsea Fullerton-So (Ottawa) 20:12, 193.Donna Aslakson-Fr (St.Francis-Ill) 20:13, 194.Rebecca Wilder-So (St.Ambrose) 20:13, 195.Halle Richards-Fr (Shawnee St) 20:13, 196.Melissa Cortes-Sr (Concordia-Cal) 20:14, 197.Nicole Wager-Fr (St.Ambrose) 20:17, 198.Hannah Moore-Fr (Huntington) 20:18, 199.Brooke Arvidson-Fr (Biola) 20:18, 200.Haley Welch-Fr (Friends) 20:18, 201.Sierra Schorer Noll-Sr (NW Christian) 20:18, 202.Jamie Sansone-So (Aquinas) 20:18, 203.Elise SchreiberJr (Central Methodist) 20:18, 204.Christine McMahon-So (Milligan) 20:19, 205.Kayla Renner-Sr (Rio Grande) 20:19, 206.Connie Collins-Jr (Friends) 20:19, 207.Arielle Knapp-Jr (Shawnee St) 20:19, 208.Heidi Nicholls-So (Westmont) 20:20, 209.Kate Groenhagen-Fr (St.Ambrose) 20:21, 210.Dana Ewan-Fr (Mount

Mercy) 20:21, 211.Valinn McReynolds-Sr (William Penn) 20:22, 212.Shelby Sweeny-So (Carroll) 20:23, 213.Melissa Carder-So (USC Beaufort) 20:23, 214.Olivia Warren-So (Brescia) 20:23, 215.Sierra Zemanick-So (Snth, Wesleyan) 20:24, 216.Kerry Kurta-So (Baker) 20:24, 217.Hanka Jiraskova-So (Point Park) 20:25, 218.Lillie Koerner-So (Dordt) 20:25, 219.Iryine Chelengat-Fr (Brewton-Parker) 20:26, 220.Baleigh Hyatt-Sr (Embry-Riddle) 20:26, 221.Erin Rockey-So (Huntington) 20:27, 222.Kelsey Carbajo-Fr (Grand View) 20:27, 223.Amber Collier-Jr (Westmont) 20:29, 224.Tabatha Dickey-Sr (Central Methodist) 20:30, 225.Cayce Bryan-So (Lee-Tenn) 20:30, 226.Kayleigh McCoyFr (Lewis & Clark) 20:31, 227.Cristal Delgado-Jr (Eastern Or) 20:31, 228.Catie McMahon-Sr (Milligan) 20:32, 229.Sydnee Nelson-Sr (Southwestern-Kan) 20:33, 230.Andrea Langley-So (Emmanuel) 20:34, 231.Kailey Wilson-Fr (Eastern Or) 20:35, 232.Anagabriel Segovia-So (Tx Wesleyan) 20:35, 233.Morgan Meseke-Jr (St.Ambrose) 20:36, 234.Jessianne Haley-Jr (Eastern Or) 20:36, 235.Lindsay Dill-Sr (Point Park) 20:37, 236.Hailey Breusch-So (Central Methodist) 20:38, 237.Paola Gonzalez-Jr (Point) 20:39, 238.Susana MarquezJr (Point) 20:40, 239.Bailey Eaton-So (Embry-Riddle) 20:40, 240.Amber Beaverson-Sr (Central Methodist) 20:42, 241.Teresa Owensby-Fr (Park U) 20:44, 242.Brianna Tudor-So (Shawnee St) 20:45, 243.Hannah Weisner-Jr (William Jessup) 20:47, 244.Annie Hills-Jr (Loyola-New Orleans) 20:48, 245.Adriana Romero-Jr (Central Methodist) 20:51, 246.Michelle McLeod-Fr (Bryan) 20:51, 247.Nicole Dillavou-So (Lewis & Clark) 20:52, 248.Sydney Tremaine-So (Cornerstone) 20:52, 249.Hali Yarmush-So (Xavier-Louisiana) 20:53, 250. Heather Exline-Sr (Milligan) 20:54, 251.Kameryn Brewster-Sr (York-Neb) 20:57, 252.Trayshaenae Wright-So (Northwood) 20:59, 253.Sarah Pollman-Fr (St.Louis Pharmacy) 20:59, 254.Sierra Wallen-Fr (Westmont) 21:00, 255.Ashlyn HowieSo (Shawnee St) 21:00, 256.Rebecca Watson-Fr (Sthn.Wesleyan) 21:02, 257.Robbiccaa Williams-Fr (Tenn-Wesleyan) 21:02, 258.Miranda Boyts-Jr (Huntington) 21:02, 259.Megan Day-Fr (Shawnee St) 21:04, 260.Catherine Westerfield-Sr (Scad-Atlanta) 21:05, 261.Ellen Dexter-Jr (Concordia-Or) 21:07, 262.Sally Francis-So (Savannah A&D) 21:07, 263.Sofia Rios-Fr (UC Merced) 21:08, 264.Katrhryn Peterson-NW Christian) 21:08, 265.Justine VonderheideSo (Asbury) 21:11, 266.Angelica Rosales-Sr (Soka) 21:12, 267.Samantha Walker-So (Brescia) 21:15, 268.Haden Mikesell-Fr (St.Mary-Neb) 21:16, 269.Alexis Hewitt-Fr (Lee-Tenn) 21:20, 270.Lauren Clemens-So (Soka) 21:21, 271.Kara Lough-Fr (Park U) 21:23, 272.Jaclyn Van Schooten-Jr (Simpson-Cal) 21:29, 273.Kira Ball-Sr (Embry-Roddle) 21:29, 274.Aleiyah Ross-So (Embry-Riddle) 21:29, 275.Jessica Marso-Fr (Menlo Coll) 21:30, 276.Embra Hawkins-So (Brescia) 21:31, 277.Meg Donaldson-Sr (Sthn.Wesleyan) 21:31, 278.Megan Vonbargen-Fr (Concordia-Ore) 21:32, 279.Kristie Adams-Jr (Friends) 21:33, 280.Shawna Woody-Jr (Haskell Indian Nations) 21:35, 281.Emily Dolan-Jr (Spring Hill) 21:35, 282.Kim Miller-Fr (Asbury) 21:37, 283.Nicole Bonk-Sr (Embry Riddle) 21:37, 284.Storyie Miller-Fr (Lee-Tenn) 21:40, 285.Kelsee Vanderbaan-Jr (Davenport) 21:42, 286.Zahri Jackson-So (Xavier-Louisiana) 21:43, 287.Laura Echeveria-Jr (Our Lady of the Lake) 21:44, 288.Ellie Newlin-Fr (Friends) 21:44, 289.Hannah Finnegan-Fr (Xavier-Louisiana) 21:45, 290.Janelle Williams-So (Langston) 21:47, 291.Erica Ramos-Fr (Our Lady of the Lake) 21:50, 292.Ariana Vasquez-So (Soka) 21:52, 293.Carissa Zabor-Fr (Lee-Tenn) 21:57, 294.Samantha Taylor-So (Haskell Indian Nations) 21:58, 295.Anjelica Badonis-Fr (Haskell Indian Nations) 22:00, 296.Marisol Lopez-Fr (Tx Wesleyan) 22:01, 297.Victoria Schock-Fr (Tx Wesleyan) 22:03, 298.Chrisena Whyte-So (Park U) 22:06, 299.Crysta Pagdnelli-Fr (Aquinas) 22:07, 300.Amily ArnesonJr (Lee-Tenn) 22:07, 301.Marianna Hurtado-Fr (Our Lady of the Lake) 22:13, 302.Donye’ Coleman-Jr (Xavier Louisiana) 22:16, 303.Maggie Newlin-Fr (Friends) 22:17, 304.Emily Harper-Fr (Sthn.Wesleyan) 22:20, 305.Kira EmmettFr (Sthn.Wesleyan) 22:21, 306.Julia Montgomery-Fr (Columbia Coll) 22:23, 307.Jade Mack-Fr (Soka) 22:23, 308.Aileen Morkuria-Sr (Soka) 22:24, 309.Tiare Littlehead-Fr (Haskell Indian Nations) 22:25, 310.Cassandra King-So (Brescia) 22:26, 311.Payton Tanner-Sr (Spring Hill) 22:27, 312.Emily Carden-So (LeeTenn) 22:30, 313.Kayla Byrd-So (William Carey) 22:37, 314.Caroline HudsonSo (Sthn. Wesleyan) 22:41, 315.Jacey Zerr-Fr (Friends) 22:42, 316.Briana Simms-Fr (Xavier-Louisiana) 22:50, 317.Luisa Madrid-So (Soka) 22:55, 318.Delphina Yazzie-Jr (Haskell Indian Nations) 22:56, 319.Ashlee Wermy-So (Haskell Indian Nations) 23:54, 320.Chiyoko Ikeda-So (Soka) 24:00.

Junior College Championships — Div. I Ina, IL, 11-10 http://www.rlc.edu/xc-nationals Central Arizona won its first men’s title since 2005. Iowa Central, which took 4 of the top-12 places, might have been the winner, but the team was unable to compete for the National title since they were under suspension for using an ineligible runner earlier this season. They were allowed to compete as individuals, however, and Iowa Central sophomore Stanley Kebenei came away with the win. Iowa Central did win the women’s team title, its 2nd in a row and their 4th in the last 6 years. South Plains sophomore Darroneshia Lott won the individual title.


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MEN (8K) TEAMS Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1. Central Arizona 51 1 6 9 13 22 38 63 2. Spartanburg Methodist 105 5 16 23 26 35 67 93 3. Paradise Valley 139 17 21 27 32 42 59 98 4. Colby 155 10 18 30 45 52 77 128 5. North Iowa Area 211 11 20 24 73 83 100 168 6. El Paso 220 14 25 44 53 84 216 232 7. Mesa 231 15 41 46 55 74 122 148 8. Garden City 265 8 36 68 72 81 124 153 9. Allen County 283 12 54 57 78 82 115 154 10.Pima 319 19 61 71 76 92 121 11.Mott 377, 12.Lansing 382, 13.Glendale 436, 14.Hagerstown 452, 15.Gillette 471, 16.South Plains 474, 17.Western Texas 481, 18.Lincoln College 482, 19.Darton 486, 20.Dupage 505, 21.Oakland 510, 22.Johnson County 518, 23.Cowley County 532, 24.Clarendon 580, 25.Iowa Western 665, 26.Prairie State 692, 27.Rend Lake 731, 28.Cloud County 735, 29.Muskegon 765, 30.Highland 777, 31.Morton 796, 32.South Georgia 861, 33.Southwestern 930, 34.Harrtford 969

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1. Stanley Kebenei Iowa Central/Kenya So 25:02.6 2. Tod Jackson Central Arizona Fr 25:45.5 3. Abbabiya Simbassa Iowa Central/Ethiopia Fr 25:45.5 4. George Gathura Cloud County/Kenya Fr 25:47.5 5. Robert Allen C.C. Rhode Island So 25:54.9 6. Darragh Rennicks Cowley County/Ireland Fr 26:11.0 7. Albert Murrey Lincoln College So 26:12.5 8. Zaid Smart Spartanburg Methodist Fr 26:13.9 9. Jackson Thomas Central Arizona Fr 26:19.7 10. Jamal Boma Iowa Central So 26:21.7 11.Joshua Espinoza-So (Glendale) 26:25, 12.Alex Deir-So (IowaC) 26:26, 13.Chris Zirkle-So (Garden City) 26:29, 14.Paul Sakit-So (CA) 26:36, 15.Nico Barrera-Fr (Colby) 26:38, 16.Trent Smith-So (North Iowa Area) 26:39, 17.Ansu Sowe-So (Monroe College) 26:41, 18.Ryan Pulsifer-Fr (Allen Co.) 26:43, 19.Jose Wells-Fr (CA) 26:44, 20.Edwin Sitienei -So (El Paso) 26:48, 21.Eduardo Roa-Fr (Mesa) 26:49, 22.John Raborn-So (Spart) 26:50, 23.Julian Florez-So (Paradise Valley) 26:51, 24.Jonathan BurgessSo (Colby) 26:51, 25.Tyler Stamp-Fr (Pima) 26:51...28.Fermin Villagren-So (CA) 26:55...34.Levi Storjohann-Fr (IowaC) 27:11.

WOMEN (5K) TEAMS Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1. Iowa Central 40 2 3 4 11 20 22 28 2. Central Arizona 145 16 21 34 35 39 49 163 3. South Plains 156 1 12 37 45 61 79 92 4. Lansing 180 18 23 29 38 72 120 139 5. El Paso 206 9 30 32 55 80 135 191 6. Mesa 236 6 19 47 76 88 114 140 7. Pima 238 14 24 48 63 89 102 126 8. Gillette 249 15 26 33 58 117 131 189 9. Allen County 259 5 10 59 86 99 147 148 10.Iowa Western 294 27 36 53 73 105 115 142 11.Spartanburg Methodist 359, 12.Johnson County 381, 13.Pasco-Hernando 397, 14.Macomb 435, 15.New Mexico 438, 16.Jackson 448, 17.Cowley County 473, 18.Highland 511, 19.Paradise Valley 530, 20.DuPage 549, 21.Darton 608, 22.Colby 609, 23.Danville Area 632, 24.North Iowa Area 658, 25.Muskegon 668, 26.Oakland 728, 27.Hagerstown 743, 28.Barton County 747, 29.Morton 770, 30.Kaskaskia 782, 31.Southwestern 802, 32.Cloud County 829, 33.Illinois Central 865, 3.Iowa Lakes 915, 35.Cuyahoga 918, 36.Longview 948, 37.Chipola 1000, 38.Monroe 1016, 39.Des Moines Area 1062, 40.Clarendon 1165

INDIVIDUALS 1.Darroneshia Lott-So (South Plains) 17:48, 2.Fiona McKenna-So (Iowa Central) 18:04, 3.Sharlene Nickle-So (Western Texas) 18:27, 4.Ebeissa Nyandwi-So (Iowa C) 18:28, 5.Jodi Miller-So (Iowa C) 18:48, 6.Danae McGee-Fr (Allen Co.) 18:49, 7.Kerry Camberg-Fr (Mesa) 18:53, 8.Dalia Lopez-So (New Mexico) 18:54, 9.Fiona Masai-So (Butler) 18:57, 10.Catie Byrd-Fr (Spartanburg Methodist) 18:57, 11.Angelica Palomino-So (El Paso) 18:59, 12.Gabriela Ruiz-So (Allen County) 19:01, 13.Jamie Neal-So (Iowa C) 19:02, 14.Kristy Bono-Fr (Essex CC) 19:02, 15.Ekaterina Miroshnikova-Fr (So.Plains) 19:03, 16.Mary Kate Taylor-So (Highland) 19:04, 17.Jamie Shrader-Fr (Pima) 19:06, 18.Makala Diggs-Fr (Gillette) 19:08, 19.Zahira Jiminez-So (Cantral Arizona) 19:08, 20.Alexandra Proffitt-So (DuPage) 19:11, 21.Jaclyn Magness-Fr (Lansing) 19:20, 22.Maricela Castillo-So (Western Texas) 19:23, 23.Taylor Stewart-So (Mesa) 19:24, 24.Laura Condron-So (Iowa C) 19:24, 25.Mayce Varacalli-So (Mott) 19:24. (295 finishers)

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Junior C0llege Div. III Delhi,NY, 11-10 http://tinyurl.com/JUCO-III-2012 Troy Cunningham, 23rd last year as a freshman, moved all the way up to the #1-position to lead Harper to its 2nd straight JUCO-3 team title.

So (Ocean County) 21:53, 17.Andrea Szewczyk-Fr (Mohawk) 21:58, 18.Kim Lupo-So (Alfred State) 22:00, 19.Katy Monahan-So (Alfred State) 22:11, 20.Chelsea Huyck-Fr (Mohawk) 22:15, 21.Heather Vroman-So (Herkimer) 22:18, 22.Claire Holleran-So (Alfred State) 22:19, 23.Aimee Abbott-Fr (Gloucester) 22:22, 24.Brittany Englert-Fr (Mohawk) 22:26, 25.Megan Dillon-Fr (Alfred State) 22:27. (100 finishers)

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Gloucester County won the women’s title, its first since 2006, and Ocean County’s Samantha Farina, 9th last year, was the individual winner.

Portland, OR, 12-1, 5K, sunny but very muddy.

MEN (5-miles)

Teams and individuals competed for clubs, but their high school affiliations are listed here.

TEAMS http://tinyurl.com/JUCO3-M2012 Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1. Harper College 59 1 4 15 16 23 35 39 2. Gloucester County 98 2 5 10 14 67 68 89 3. Delhi 115 17 18 22 24 34 37 38 4. Ocean Couty 128 8 21 28 30 41 65 5. Howard 150 3 6 45 46 50 52 59 6. Alfred State 150 9 11 29 43 58 72 75 7. Mohawk Valley 207 7 25 49 56 70 74 92 8. Suffolk 226 19 32 54 60 61 83 9. Queensborough 232 13 27 57 62 73 81 86 10. North Country 271 20 31 53 79 88 100 11.Onondaga 274, 12.Middlesex 306, 13.Finger Lakes 310, 14.Lorain County 335, 15.Broome 342, 16.Herkimer County 432

INDIVIDUALS 1. Troy Cunningham Harper So 27:53 2. Korey Jeffries Gloucester County Fr 27:57 3. Filagot Dinku Howard So 28:10 4. Colin Weber Harper So 28:25 5. Brian Simmons Gloucester Fr 28:28 6. Sam Froemel Joliet Fr 28:34 7. Andrew Parlette Howard So 28:39 8. Thomas Arcuri Mohawk Valley Fr 28:44 9. Keith Charette Ocean County Fr 28:51 10. Jed Platt Alfred State Fr 28:56 11.Austin Miller-Fr (Hudson Valley) 29:06, 12.Joe Zeoli-Fr (Gloucester) 29:10, 13.Jordan Rusek-Fr (Alfred) 29:10, 14.Brandon Lang (Lorain) 29:12, 15.Zachary Merced-So (Queensborough) 29:12. 16.Frank Miklosey-Fr (Gloucester) 29:12, 17.Dieter Gutbrod-Fr (Fashion Inst. Tech.) 29:16, 18.Josh Campos-Fr (Harper) 29:27, 19.Mick Modlin-Fr (Harper) 29:37, 20.Pete Schweitzer-So (Delhi) 29:39, 21.Levi Anderson-Fr (Delhi) 29:40, 22.Austin McGlone-Fr (Suffolk) 29:43, 23.Josh Cook-So (North Country) 29:46, 24.Wes Szeles-So (Ocean County) 29:47, 25.Connor O’Keefe-Fr (Delhi) 29:47 (125 finishers).

WOMEN (5K) TEAMS http://tinyurl.com/JUCO3-W2012 Total 1. Gloucester 44 2. Mohawk Valley 66 3. Alfred State 91 4. Ocean County 119 5. Suffolk 139 6. Fashion Inst.Tech.196 7. Howard 198 8. Anne Arundel 209 9. Lorain County 221 10. Garrett Coll. 236 11. Herkimer County 245 12. Queensborough 279

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Results http://tinyurl.com/NXN-Results2012 Race Videos: Girls: http://tinyurl.com/NXN-Girls2012 Boys: http://tinyurl.com/NXN-Boys2012 More Videos: flotrack.org Other Links: http://www.armorytrack.com/News/Post/seventh-heaven-for-fm http://www.milesplit.com/ Form held in the girls race, with Sarah Baxter winning for the 2nd year in a row, while Mary Cain’s late charge fell short by 4 seconds. Fayetteville-Manlius won its 7th straight Nike team title. Favorites took a beating in the boys race, with 4:01-miler Bernie Montoya finishing 22nd and Jake Leingang, who was 8th last year, placed 59th. Defending champion Christian Brothers Academy (NJ), picked by many to win the team title, finished 4th behind Arcadia (CA), American Fork (UT) and North Central (WA). Sam Wharton (17:06) was the individual winner over Estevan Delarosa. The big story of the day was the wet course, which left most runners covered in mud.

GIRLS INDIVIDUALS 1. Sarah Baxter 2. Mary Cain 3. Katie Knight 4. Alexa Efraimson 5. Karis Jochen 6. Courtney Ackerman 7. Elise Cranny 8. Amy-Eloise Neale 9. Taylor Driscoll 10. Sarah Disanza 11. Sara Tsai 12. Heather Bates 13. Katie Rainsberger 14. Maria Hauger 15. Madie Boreman 16. Madeline Perez 17. Elle Purrier 18. Katie Jensen 19. Anna French 20. Hagen Reedy 21. Jilian Fanning 22. Mary Barger 23. Mimi Smith 24. Kara Dickerson 25. Erin Hooker

Simi Valley, CA Bronxville, NY North Central, WA Camas, WA College Station A&M, TX New Trier, IL Niwot, CO Glacier-Peak, WA Saratoga Springs, NY High Point, NJ South Eugene, OR Pine Creek, CO Air Academy, CO Shakopee, MN Leander-Rouse, TX Glenbard West, IL Richland, VT The Woodlands, TX Wayzata, MN Buchanan, CA Fayetteville-Manlius, NY Fayetteville-Manlius, NY New Trier, IL Midlothian, VA Fort Collins, CO

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1. Samantha Farina Ocean County So 20:37 2. Claudia Davila Joliet So 20:52 3. Rejeena hittington Gloucester So 20:54 4. Hannah Cook Lorain County So 20:58 5. Jordan Wagner Harper So 21:00 6. Nieemah Powers Gloucester Fr 21:01 7. Catherine Dougherty Gloucester Fr 21:08 8. Danielle Milo Suffolk Fr 21:14 9. Sara Rifendifer Mohawk Valley Fr 21:16 10. Jesse Jacob Delhi So 21:17 11.Adrianna Beltran-Fr (Schoolcraft) 21:18, 12.Meghan Kiernan-So (Dutchess) 21:35, 13.Layne Marinski-Fr (Schoolcraft) 21:38, 14.Deidra BellerSo (Broome) 21:46, 15.Kerry Connors-Fr (Delhi) 21:50, 16.Megan Duffield-

1.Fayetteville-Manlius, NY 54, 2.Southlake Carroll, TX 198, 3.Carmel, IN 198, 4.East Aurora, NY 212, 5.Saratoga Springs, NY 218, 6.Tatnall, DE 219, 7.Wayzata, MN 232, 8.Fort Collins, CO 238, 9.Pennsbury, PA 256, 10.Assumption, KY 274, 11. New Trier, IL 275, 12.Davis, UT 281, 13.Camas, WA 294, 14.Coeur D’Alene, ID 298, 15.Naperville North, IL 339, 16.Great Oak, CA 371, 17.Saugus, CA 388, 18.Pine Creek, CO 388, 19.Eagan, MN 395, 20.St.Francis, CA 419, 21.The Woodlands, TX 439, 22.Voorhees, NJ 512

BOYS INDIVIDUALS 1. Sam Wharton 2. Estevan Delarosa

Tippecanoe, OH Arcadia, CA

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3. Luis Martinez 4. Joe Hardy 5. Robert Domanic 6. Conner Olson 7. Sumner Goodwin 8. Brayden McLelland 9. Ryan Kromer 10. Obsa Ali 11. Nick Link 12. Quentin Shaffer 13. Mickey Burke 14. Mitchell Pratt 15. Nick Ryan 16. Sam Lewis 17. Kyle Thompson 18. Tanner Anderson 19. Connor McMillan 20. Nate Sullivan 21. Reiny Barchet 22. Bernie Montoya 23. Jordon Cross 24. Bllly Bragg 25. Jack Boyle 59. Jake Leingang

Cleveland, NM Seattle Prep, WA Hebron, TX Stillwater, MN Lewis & Clark, WA American Fork, UT Hudson, WI Richfield, MN Blakcsburg, VA Prospect, IL Rush-Henrietta, NY Arcadia, CA Fayetteville-Manlius, NY St. Xavier, KY Central Catholic, OR North Central, WA American Fork, UT Southlake Carroll, TX West Ch. Henderson, PA Cibola, AZ Ogden, UT CBA, NJ CBA, NJ Bismarck, ND

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TEAMS 1.Arcadia, CA 108, 2.American Fork, UT 122, 3.North Central, WA 146, 4.Christian Brothers Academy (CBA), NJ 167, 5.Cardinal O’Hara, PA 223, 6.York, IL 231, 7.Kamiakin, WA 239, 8.Southlake Carroll, TX 246, 9.St. Xavier, OH 251, 10.Blacksburg, VA 257, 11.Carmel, IN 268, 12.Saratoga Spings, NY 271, 13.Davis, UT 308, 14.St. Xavier, KY 322, 15.West Chester-Henderson, PA 352, 16.Fayetteville-Manlius, NY 372, 17.Bismarck, ND 393, 18.Carlsbad, CA 424, 19.Dowling Catholic, IA 442, 20.California-Whittier, CA 464, 21.Summit, OR 485, 22.The Woodlands, TX 526

U.S. Club Championships Masterson Station Park, Lexington, KY, 12-8 Results: http://tinyurl.com/2012ClubChamps USATF Release: http://www.usatf.org/News/Riley,-Suver-claim-individualtitles-at-club-cross.aspx All-Americans Jake Riley (Stanford) and Mattie Suver (Oregon) were the individual winners at the U.S. Club Championships, while Hansons-Brooks Distance Project (men) and Team USA Minnesota (women) won the team titles.

MEN TEAMS

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Jeremy Criscione Michael Reneau Gian-Paul Caccia Stephen Furst Ethan Shaw Michael Eaton Mike Morgan Kenyon Neuman Paul Limpf Brian Medigovich Eric Ashe Sandy Roberts Patrick Rizzo Brendan Gregg

Hansons-Brooks Distance Project Twin Cities TC New York A.C. adidas Raleigh Hansons-Brooks Distance Project unattached Hansons-Brooks Distance Project unattached Club Northwest ASICS Aggies Running Club Boston A.A. unattached Mizuno/Hudson Hansons-Brooks Distance Project

30:37 30:38 30:44 30:47 30:47 30:55 30:51 30:55 30:56 30:57 30:59 31:03 31:05 31:08

WOMEN TEAMS 1. Team USA Minnesota 70 6. Central Park TC/NB 168 2. Boulder Running Co./adidas 92 7. Club Northwest 170 3. New Balance Boston 97 8. NB-Silicon Valley 217 4. adidas/Team Rogue 100 9. Impala Racing Team 228 5. Boulder TC 142 10. Run N Fun 271 11.The Georgetown Running Co. 327, 12.Greater Boston TC 338, 13.John’s Run/Walk Shop 338, 14.Garden State TC 363, 15.Atlanta TC 425, 16.Genesee Valley Harriers 467, 17.Bull City TC 470, 18.Columbus Running Company 472, 19.Playmakers Elite/New Balance 510, 20.Team Nebraska 517, 21.West Valley TC 637, 22.Eastern Buckeye TC 639, 23.Columbus Running Co. “B” 666, 24.Berry Run Club 754.

INDIVIDUALS (6K) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Mattie Suver Boulder Running Co. Brianne Nelson Boulder Running Co. Katherine Mackey Club Northwest Meghan Peyton Team USA Minnesota Ladia Albertson-Junkans Team USA Minnesota Addie Bracy Hudson Training Jamie Cheever Team USA Minnesota Allison Grace Morgan John’s Run/Walk Sarah Boyle unattached Laura Thweatt Boulder TC McKenzie Melander Team USA Minnesota Stephanie Price Twin Cities TC Kara Lubieniecki Hudson Training Mary Kate Champagne New Balance Boston Ellie Keyser Boulder TC Suzanne Jakes Nike Team Run LA Angela Bizzarri Brooks Tia Kool adidas/Team Rogue Katie DiCamillo New Balance Boston Brielle Chabot Boston A.A. Ann Detmer John’s Run/Walk Kristina Vega adidas/Raleigh Rolanda Bell Central Park TC Juliane Masciana adidas/Team Rogue Allison Mendez adidas/Team Rogue

20:01 20:12 20:13 20:26 20:30 20:32 20:36 20:38 20:40 20:41 20:47 20:51 20:54 20:55 20:56 20:58 21:00 21:02 21:03 21:04 21:05 21:07 21:09 21:10 21:11

1. Hansons-Brooks Dist.Proj. 50 6. Boulder TC 166 2. ASICS Aggies Running Club 77 7. Boston A.A. 179 3. Boulder Running/adidas 106 8. Team Ohio 196 4. New York A.C. 122 9. Western Mass.Dist.Proj.319 5. Playmakers Elite/NB 157 10. Wisconsin Runner 327 11.Dave’s Racing Team 347, 12.New Balance Boston 399, 13.New Balance Silicon Valley 411, 14.Run N Fun “B” 347, 15.West Valley TC 486, 16.Columbus Running Co. 494, 17.The Georgetown Running Co. 512, 18.Bryn Mawr Running Club 549, 19.Club Northwest 557, 20.Garden State TC 563, 21.Central Park TC/NB 564, 22.Team Nebraska 587, 23.San Diego TC 60, 24.Genesee Valley Harriers 610, 25.Sports Warriors TC 620, 26.Run N Fun 633, 27.Greater Boston TC 745, 28.Carrboro Athletics Clun 882, 29.Playmakers Elite/NB “B” 903, 30.Richmond T&F Club 920, 31.Falls Road Running 923, 32.Garden State TC “B” 945, 33.ARE Racing Team 977, 34.En Fuego TC 978, 35.Atlanta TC 984, 36.Bull City TC 1009, 37.Chattanooga TC 1048, 38.Runners Plus Elite 1059, 39.The Georgetown Running Co. “B” 1117, 40.Berry Run Club 1202, 41.Dick Pond Fast Track Racing Team 1223, 42.Genesee Valley Harriers “B” 1264

(40+) 1.Atlanta TC 31, 2.Greater Springfield Harriers 88, 3.Run N Fun 122, 4.Baltimore-Washington A.C. 137, 5.Chattanooga TC 157 (18 teams) (50+) 1.Cal Coast TC 20, 2.Club Northwest 73, 3.Front Line Racing Team 111, 4.Colorado Racing Club 125, 5.Genesee Valley Harriers 148 (14 teams) (60+) 1.Atlanta TC 15, 2.Ann Arbor TC 24, 3.Boulder Road Runners 31 (8 teams) (70+) 1.Atlanta TC 6, 2.Clifton Road Runners Club 19, 3.Ann Arbor TC 24.

INDIVIDUALS(10K)

INDIVIDUALS (10K)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Jake Riley Craig Forys Elliot Krause Matt Forys Jonathan Peterson Sean Quigley Alan Webb Phillip Reid Joe Moore Zach Ripley Andrew Wacker

Hansons-Brooks Distance Project New York A.C. unattached New York A.C. Team USA Minnesota Boulder TC Nike ASICS Aggies Running Club Twin Cities TC Playmakers Elite Boulder Running Co./adidas

29:58 30:04 30:05 30:17 30:25 30:26 30:26 30:29 30:30 30:33 30:36

MASTERS MEN TEAMS (3 score)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Malcolm Campbell(41) Simon Guttierrez(48) Frederic Kieser(41) Tracy Lokken(47) Ray Pugsley(43) Jeff Scott(40) Eric Stabb(44) John Gardiner(40) Chad Newton(43) Francis Burdett(47)

Atlanta TC Team Colorado Team Ohio unattached Baltimore-Washington AC John’s Run-Walk Shop Atlanta TC Cal Coast TC Atlanta TC Greater Springfield Harriers

32:47 32:53 32:55 33:16 33:16 33:18 34:07 34:14 34:17 34:18


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WOMEN TEAMS (3 score) (40+) 1.Club Northwest 8, 2.The Janes Elite Racing 21, 3.Team Runcoach 30, 4.Impala Racing Team 36, 5.Atlanta TC 40 (10 teams) (50+) 1.Impala Racing Team 10, 2.Club Northwest 15, 3.Atlanta TC 30 (8 teams) (60+) 1.Genesee Valley Harriers 9, 2.Playmakers Elite/NB 12, 3.Bluegrass Runners 30

INDIVIDUALS (6K) 1. Gwen Lapham (42) 2. Linda Huyck (40) 3. Nancy Meck (40) 4. Kirsten Leetch (46) 5. Lyudmila Vasilyeva (43) 6. Cate Fenster (41) 7. Magdalena Visser 8. Tania Fischer (46) 9. Carmen Ayala-Troncoso (53) 10. Christine Kennedy (57) (91 finishers)

Club Northwest Club Northwest Atlanta TC The Janes Elite Club Northwest unattached Team Runcoach The Janes Elite Team Rogue Team Runcoach

22:17 22:52 23:03 23:11 23:18 23:30 23:34 23:40 23:48 23:51

FOOT LOCKER CHAMPIONSHIPS San Diego, CA, 12-8, 5k, partly sunny, 60d. http://www.footlockercc.com/ Race Vidoes: Boys(camera problems): http://tinyurl.com/2012FL-Boys; Girls: http://tinyurl.com/2012FL-Girls Cheserek--Star-Ledger: http://tinyurl.com/ChesStarLedger12; Post-Race: http://tinyurl.com/ChesFL12 BOYS: Senior Edward Cheserek, the defending champion, was content to stay near the front for most of the race, then pulled away from Sean McGorty, who was 10th last year, coming off the final hill to win easily in 14:59. Cheserek and McGorty, along with Jake Leingang, 4th here a year ago, and Sam Wharton, the Nike Cross Nationals winner, separated themselves from a large pack late in the race, but only McGorty was able to mount any sort of challenge to Cheserek. McGorty did his best to blunt Cheserek’s feared kick, saying after the race, “I gave it my all”, but he was no match for the now 2-time Foot Locker Champion(joining Abdirizak Mohamud[1996-1997], Dathan Ritzenhein[19992000], and Lukas Verzbicas[2009-2010] as a 2-time winner). Leingang moved up a position from last year, finishing 3rd, while Wharton slipped to 6th place. GIRLS: Despite getting tripped up and falling in the first 1/4-mile, sophomore Anna Rohrer pulled away late in the race to win the girls’ title. Marissa Williams, just as she did at the previous week’s West Regional, opened up a big early lead, but soon found herself surrounded by 5 girls from the Midwest, including Rohrer, who was sidelined last year with four broken bones in her foot. Williams would fade to 8th, while Catarina Rocha’s late sprint carried her past Marla Hauger and Jordyn Colker to nab 2nd place. Too bad we’ll never know if she could have beaten Sarah Baxter or Mary Cain, the 1-2 finishers at the Nike Cross Nationals. Family Affair Both runners-up continued a family tradition at Foot Locker Sean McGorty’s mother (Vicki Verinder) was 22nd in the girls race in 1983. And his dad Kevin (Westfield,NJ) set the current Eastern H.S. Decathlon record(7198) in 1983. Catarina’ Rocha’s father Jose (now Joe), who is her coach, finished 15th at the 1982 Final, and her mother, Gina Braz, was 21st in the girls Final in 1984. And her uncle, Fernando Braz(Gina’s brother), was 15th at the inaugural event in 1979!

BOYS 1. 2. 3. 4.

Edward Cheserek Sean McGorty Jake Leingang Benjamin Saarel

St.Benedict’s Prep,NJ Chantill,Va Bismarck,ND Park City,UT

Sr Sr Sr Sr

14:59 15:05 15:07 15:13

5. Jacob Thomson Holy Cross,KY Sr 6. Sam Wharton Tippecanoe,OH Sr 7. Aaron Templeton Hardin Valley Acad.,TN Jr 8. Ryan Kromer Hudson,WI Sr 9. John Lawson Sir Francis Drake,CA Sr 10. Zachary Perrin Flathead,MT Sr 11. Andrew Gardner Mead,WA Sr 12. Conner Mantz Sky View,UT So 13. Quintin McKinnish Morristown-West,TN Jr 14. John Dressel Mt.Spokane,WA So 15. Robert Domanic Hebron,TX Sr 16. Kramer Morton Alta,UT Jr 17. Max Norris Harriton,PA Sr 18. Troy Fraley Glacier,MT Sr 19. Ptrick Perrier O’Fallon Township,IL Jr 20. Nicholas Raymond Erie Mason,MI Sr 21. Brendan Shearn North Schuykill,PA Sr 22. Jonathan Green St.John’s,-Shrewsbury,Ma Sr 23. Shawn Wilson Cherokee,NJ Sr 24. Patrick Gibson Squalicum,Wa Sr 25. Brent Demarest Porter-Gaud,SC Jr 26. Grant Nykaza Beecher,IL Sr 27. Scott Milling York,IL Sr 28. Kyle Kroon Toms River South,NJ Jr 29. Conner Mora Cedar Springs,,MI Sr 30. Nicholas Elswick Chardon,OH Jr 31. Apolmar Baltazar Aberdeen,Wa Sr 32. Austin Pondel Corry Area,Pa Sr 33. Samuel Prakel Versailles,OH Sr 34. Brent Kennedy Kiski Area,Pa Jr 35. Brad Hort McIntosh,Ga Sr 36. Noah Grade Stillwater,OK Sr 37. Simon Holden Baylor School,,Ga Sr 38. Trevor Crawley Cumberland,RI Sr 39. Chris Alvarado Fairfield Prep,CT Jr DNF Joshua Brickell Peachtree Ridge,Ga Sr Teams:1.South 42, 2.West 46, 3.Midwest 54, 4.Northeast 81.

15:14 15:19 15:29 15:30 15:31 15:32 15:34 15:34 15:36 15:37 15:40 15:41 15:41 15:42 15:43 15:44 15:44 15:45 15:45 15:46 15:48 15:51 15:53 15:56 15:58 15:59 16:00 16:00 16:03 16:07 16:09 16:11 16:16 16:19 16:28

GIRLS 1. Anna Rohrer Mishawaka,IN So 2. Catarina Rocha Peabody,MA Sr 3. Maria Hauger Shakopee,MN Sr 4. Jordyn Colter Cherry Creek,CO So 5. Karis Jochen College Station A&M,TX Sr 6. Sophie Chase Lake Braddock,Va Sr 7. Anna Holdiman Waverly-Shell Rock,IA Sr 8. Marissa Williams Palisades Charter,CA So 9. Bobbie Burgess West Lafayette.IN Sr 10. Hannah Long Eureka,MO So 11. Sandie Raines Humble-Kingwood,TX Sr 12. Carmen Carlos McGill-Toolen,Ga Sr 13. Taylor Werner Ste. Genevieve,MO Fr 14. Megan Curham Villa Walsh,NJ Sr 15. Bridget Blake Dr.Phillips,FL Sr 16. Caroline Alcorta West Springfield,Va So 17. Courtney Ackerman New Trier,IL Sr 18. Marisa Ruskan Bridgewater-Raritan,NJ Sr 19. Regan Rome Dallas,Pa Jr 20. Julia Maxwell Branson,CA Jr 21. Katie Lembo Penfield,NY Jr 22. Maggie Drazba St.Mary’s,WV Sr 23. Madeleine Ankhelyi Vista Del Lago,CA Sr 24. Makena Morley Bigfork,MT So 25. Marissa Saenger Clarence,NY Jr 26. Alex avis Plainview,OK Sr 27. MacKenzie Barry Mendham,NJ Jr 28. Summer Harper Orem,UT Sr 29. Paige Gilchrist Hellgate,MT Sr 30. Amelia Paladino University,WV Jr 31. Megan Reilly Warwick Valley,NY Fr 32. Sarah Feeny Ogden,UT Jr 33. Allie Klimiewicz Oakton,Va So 34. Kaylee Flanagan Lake Park,IL Sr 35. Melanie Nun Legacy,CO Sr 36. Katelyn Bianchini Glacier Peak,WA Sr 37. Kennedy Weisner Elk County Catholic,Pa Jr 38. Kayla Ferron Marina,CA Sr DNF-Fiona O’Keeffe Oliver W. Holmes JHS Fr DNF-Anoush Shehadeh Phillips Acad.-Andover,Ma So Teams:1.Midwest 24, 2.South 49, 3.Northeast 71, 4.West 98.

17:25 17:29 17:30 17:30 17:36 17:42 17:43 17:43 17:46 17:47 17:53 17:53 17:53 17:56 17:56 17:57 18:02 18:04 18:04 18:04 18:05 18:06 18:07 18:13 18:18 18;30 18:21 18:22 18:23 18:26 18:26 18:31 18:33 18:35 18:37 18:42 19:00 19:00


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ASBA Indoor Track Facility of the Year: by Mary Helen Sprecher

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here are plenty of inspiring success stories about an individual making the transformation from sedentary person to active athlete. But one story not told too often is that of a facility that makes such a dramatic change.

Prior to its reincarnation as the JDL FastTrack, the facility in question was an old and not at all inspiring industrial building located in a business park in Winston-Salem, NC. It took two former Wake Forest runners (and current real estate developers) to identify a need for an area indoor track facility that could be used by colleges, high schools, local track clubs and youth track organizations. After that, it took a local specialty sports contractor to transform the existing space into the facility its owners were dreaming of. As Brian Simmons of Medallion Athletic Products, Inc. of Mooresville, NC noted, bringing that idea to fruition was no small job. “Medallion was the general contractor on this project, and completed all aspects, from flooring prep, installation, certification and final clean-up,” Simmons said. The facility had to be completely upgraded, including adding new flooring and improving current systems, such as HVAC, lighting and electrical. The 105,000-squarefoot facility now includes NCAA-regulation amenities, including a 200-meter track (Mondo surface), pole vault runways, facilities for throwing events, a high jump apron, long jump/triple jump, as well as a 100-meter warm-up track, office and meeting room space, a training room and hospitality suites. Viewing areas allow onlookers to watch meets in progress, and there is overall bleacher space for about 1,000. There are also 350 outdoor parking spaces, concession areas and more. The JDL FastTrack opened in late January 2012 and has hosted a steady business since that time. It was chosen as the site of the 2013 Big South Indoor Track and Field Championships, as well as the Southern Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships for both 2013 and 2014. It will host the state’s top high schoolers as part of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s Indoor Track and Field Championships. In addition, JDL hosts ongoing high school track meets, skill clinics, all-comers meets and open practice sessions and is available for athletic rental use. The community has welcomed the facility since its opening. It has also earned the respect of those in the sports facility construction industry, in the American Sports Builders Association’s annual awards program. JDL FastTrack was named Indoor Track Facility of the Year. Honors were announced at ASBA’s Technical Meeting, recently held in Orlando. Entries were scored individually based on considerations such as layout and design, site work, drainage, base construction, surface, amenities, innovation and overall impression. Winning entries were those whose cumulative scores meet or exceed the standard.

The community has welcomed the facility since its opening. It has also earned the respect of those in the sports facility construction industry, in the American Sports Builders Association's annual awards program.

ASBA Indoor Track Facility of the Year JDL FastTrack Winston-Salem, NC Upgrade of Existing Facility: Medallion Athletic Products, Inc. (Mooresville, NC) Track Surface: Mondo USA Equipment: UCS, Inc.


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ASBA Outdoor Track Facility of the Year: by Mary Helen Sprecher

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ometimes, what makes a project challenging is what goes on beneath the surface. And if you’re lucky, the finished product will be so outstanding, nobody will even think to ask about what they can’t see.

When Mondo USA was selected as surface contractor for the upgrade of the outdoor track facility at Bernie Moore Stadium at Louisiana State University, a serious obstacle quickly became apparent. “There was an extensive amount of soft soils,” noted Mondo’s Mathieu Cornellier. “These meant a lot of undercutting, and the import of stable material prior to sub-base construction.” The project itself was already a considerable undertaking: installation of a nine-lane 400meter track with a nine-lane 100-meter sprint corridor, two double-ended long jump/triple jump runways, four double-ended pole vault runways, two high jump areas, six shot put sectors, two discus sectors and two javelin runways. If that sounds like an extensive facility, consider this: it has a big job to do. It serves as the outdoor home of the LSU Tigers track and field team, and the LSU Lady Tigers track and field team. The facility is named after former LSU football and track and field coach, Bernie Moore. Moore coached the LSU track team for 18 years (1930-47) and led the Tigers to the 1933 NCAA Championship as well as 12 SEC crowns. The newly refurbished facility has a seating capacity of 5,680. The entire facility is surfaced in resilient prefabricated rubber material. All in all, a total of more than 165,000 square feet of rubber surfacing was installed in the facility, making it one of the largest facilities Mondo has ever worked on. It is, says Cornellier, “one of the largest installations Mondo has ever done for one facility, and we were still able to meet the client’s expected schedule as well as our own high standards.” According to the LSU website, the Bernie Moore Track Stadium has continued in its tradition of excellence as a perfect site for competition. Most recently, LSU played host to the 2012 SEC Outdoor Championships. It’s not just the student athletes and spectators, however, who appreciate the facility. And in December 2012, it was honored by the sports facility construction industry, in the American Sports Builders Association’s annual awards program. The Bernie Moore Stadium was named Outstanding Outdoor Track Facility of the Year. Honors were announced at ASBA’s Technical Meeting, recently held in Orlando, Florida. Entries were scored individually based on considerations such as layout and design, site work, drainage, base construction, surface, amenities, innovation and overall impression. Winning entries were those whose cumulative scores meet or exceed the standard.


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According to the LSU website, the Bernie Moore Track Stadium has continued in its tradition of excellence as a perfect site for competition. Most recently, LSU played host to the 2012 SEC Outdoor Championships.

ASBA Outdoor Track Facility of the Year Bernie Moore Stadium at Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, Louisiana Upgrade of Existing Facility: Mondo USA, Inc. (Conshohocken, Pennsylvania) Contributing to the project: Interarc (track drawings), Computomarx (track calculations), UCS, Inc. (track and field equipment)

Also honored in the ASBA's awards program in the Outdoor Track Facility category: Van Meter High School

Yuba Community College

Van Meter, Iowa New Construction: Fisher Tracks, Inc. (Boone, Iowa)

Marysville, California Upgrade of Existing Facility: Beals Alliance, Inc. (Folsom, California)

Lane Community College Eugene, Oregon Upgrade of Existing Facility: Cameron McCarthy Landscape Architecture & Planning (Eugene, Oregon)

Kaycee Junior/Senior High School Kaycee, Wyoming Upgrade of Existing Facility: L.E.R., Inc. dba Renner Sports Surfaces (Denver, Colorado)


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WHAT A YEAR! 2012 should have been a great year for track-and-field, and it was. The first few months were quiet enough, but in late June the Olympic Trials exploded with a bang. The biggest bang of all was Ashton Eaton’s rainy, windy world decathlon record of 9,039 points. You say you can’t do anything about the weather in Eugene? Well, Eaton did. Then came London. Fine weather, enormous, enthusiastic crowds, and terrific competition. You have to award the gold of golds to David Rudisha’s 1:40.93, a gun-to-tape “catch-me-if-youcan” effort that produced the Games’ only men’s world record. Another great front-runner was Britain’s Jessica Ennis, who led off her heptathlon victory with a 12.54 100m hurdles PR and never looked back as she took the gold medal with 6,955 points. That was on Britain’s “Golden Day,” with victories as well from Greg Rutherford in the long jump and Mo Farah, who won the first of his two gold medals by outsprinting his training partner, American Galen Rupp, in the 10,000. Americans surprised me with a number of gutty performances that rang up a total of 29 medals (I had predicted 23). And two of our best women sprinters won long-awaited individual gold medals: Allyson Felix in the 200 (21.88), and Sanya Richards-Ross in the 400 (49.55). In fact, there were exciting peformances in almost every event, from Usain Bolt’s 9.63/19.32 repeats in the 100/200 to Yelena Lashmonova’s world record 1:25:02 in the 20km walk. How good was 2012? When Track and Field News held its vote for the year’s best men’s performance, I answered, “There is no way I can separate (Aries) Merritt’s 12.80, Rudisha’s 1:40.91 and Eaton’s 9039 and rank them in any order.” Finally, in that most treacherous and unrewarding of jobs, as head of the host Olympic Organizing Committee, Sebastian Coe grew, right before our eyes, from the most persuasive of advocates to an amazingly effective executive who put on the most successful Games since Tokyo, and made it look easy. What will the world give him to do next? Okay, 2013. Top that if you can. — James Dunaway


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