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oe Henderson, one of our sport’s most prolific and thoughtful writers, once called crosscountry the meeting place of marathoners and milers. Cross country courses vary in distance and challenge. The ones we remember are the tough courses or that perfect day when the legs never tire and the finish line comes just at the right time. In the U.S., cross country is a fall sport. 490,000 high school boys and girls ran cross country in 2009. Add to that nearly 100,000 junior college and college athletes, and you have a sizable number of participants. I remember walking the Mt. SAC XC Invitational course with the late Doug Speck, amazed at how many races could be done on such tough terrain on such a warm day, and the hundreds of tents where teams were camped out. I distributed more than 10,000 copies of Athletes Only in one day, dropping off a bundle of 15 for each team, and I was fascinated with the precision that Mt. SAC coach Doug Todd and his athletes put into making the largest cross country invitational anywhere. My favorite cross country course? Well, I loved Crystal Springs in Belmont, California, and I still do. I raced there in high school, college and club, and loved the intensity of the course and also the cheering by the fans. But I have never forgotten racing 12K over hill, dusty trail and myriad creek crossings in Nisene Marks Park, near Santa Cruz, California. The course was challenging and it was hot, and as we ran, single file, I remember trying to pass this guy just ahead of me for about a mile. At one creek crossing, we had an option: We could climb across a fallen tree or just get soaked. I chose getting soaked, and refreshed by the cold, clear water, I charged up the next hill and passed him. Like most races, the pats on the back after the race, a cold beverage and stories like this are what one remembers. Each end of season, I enjoy going to the NXN or Footlocker events, and seeing how another generation has embraced our great sport! Special thanks to Walt Murphy, who provided us with the guts of this issue, James Dunaway, my mentor and your executive editor, Sean Hartnett for the XC Reports, Victah Sailer for his amazing photography, Marg Sumner for her proofreading skills and Kristen Cerer, who has designed AT&F now for over a decade and still has a kind word when I ask for an issue to be turned around in a week. See you on the trails!

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ere’s a prediction about USA Track & Field’s near future: No matter who succeeds Doug Logan—male or female, from within the sport or from the outside— U.S. athletes will continue to win the medals race at the Olympics and world championships. Meanwhile, conflict will continue between the board and CEO and among the CEO and the sport’s various constituencies. Currently the U.S. Olympic movement appears dysfunctional, which may be inevitable in organizations run by volunteers. The USOC goes through executives like they’re coaches for a losing NFL franchise. National federations do the same thing, though USATF was immune to that condition for a long time. Logan lasted just more than two years as the successor to Craig Masback, miler turned marketer with a legal and television background, who ran the organization for 11 years. He helped orchestrate the overthrow of Ollan Cassell, who headed track and field for four decades through three organizational name changes—the Amateur Athletic Union, The Athletics Congress

and USATF. Two leaders in 40-plus years is stability, though critics complained of inbreeding. When Logan arrived, some hailed his outsider status—head of Major League Soccer for three years, entertainment executive—as an asset. He would bring some outside professionalism to a sport steeped in tradition and politics. It didn’t happen. He alienated too many groups either with his policies or his perceived abrasiveness. By the end, there was hostility between the 15-member board and Logan, who trimmed the size of the group under a USOC mandate. Logan, who could earn as much as $2 million for the remaining two years on his contract, referred to the board as circus clowns to the New York Times. In a interview with Running Times, he said, “Despite their inflated sense of selves, the board is weak. We reduced the quantity of members without improving the quality. Volunteer committees still have too much control over essential elements of the business. And, for too many people in the sport, it is more important that they control it rather

than it be good or prosperous.” His successor should stick to fundamentals, keep it simple. Get and maintain sponsors, not so easy in a depressed economy. Then get the money to athletes, especially to emerging stars who need financial help to bridge the gap between the college years and professionalism. Foster a system that will develop talent. Educate coaches. Increase the knowledge of those at the grassroots level. Help those at higher levels, especially in technical events such as the throws and jumps, areas where the U.S. has dominated in the past but now sometimes struggles. Get the sport on TV. Keep the presence of domestic meets. Get the Golden League a U.S. presence so fans can get to know the sport’s top stars, both U.S. and international. The U.S. has the largest and most comprehensive development program in the world—the school system from middle school to high school to college. Support and increase the athletes and coaches who make that possible. The rest will take care of itself. Good luck to whomever gets the job.

An Athlete-Coach Dying Young Antonio Pettigrew, an assistant coach at North Carolina and former world-class 400 runner, was found dead in his car Aug. 10 near his home in Apex, NC. Authorities said they were unsure whether his death was a suicide or accidental overdose of a sleeping medication. An autopsy was performed, but toxicology results were not available at press time. Pettigrew, 42, a top 400 runner in the 1990s, gained more notoriety for his admitted steroid use in the late ’90s than his running accomplishments, which included a gold medal in the 400 at the 1991 World Championships. Pettigrew’s drug revelation, which occurred during a 2008 trial of his one-time coach Trevor Graham, cost Pettigrew and his teammates gold medals from the 4x400 relay at the 2000 Olympics. UNC kept Pettigrew on staff despite his admissions. Athletic director Dick Baddour, UNC’s athletic director, consulted with faculty, administrators, investigators in the BALCO case and the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency before making his decision to retain Pettigrew. Baddour said his decision was also affected by Pettigrew’s remorse, willingness to speak out against drugs and cooperation with the

investigation. “I have an obligation and duty to speak out against the use of banned substances,” Pettigrew said. “I want to play a role in teaching people, especially young athletes, to know that the negatives far, far outweigh the benefits these substances may give you.” Pettigrew, a five-time U.S. 400 champion, who is survived by a wife and son, testified that he had taken drugs such as EPO and Human Growth Hormone from 1997–2001. The admission cost the U.S. a 4x400 world record in ’98 as well as 4x400 world titles in ’97 and ’99. “Besides being a great athlete, Antonio Pettigrew was a friend and colleague who represented himself, his family and his community on the international track and field stage,” said St. Augustine’s coach George Williams, who coached Pettigrew to four NCAA Div. II titles in the 400. “He will not only be remembered for his accomplishments on the track but for the thousands of lives his success impacted. He was a role model and mentor who will be sorely missed. His contributions to the success of Saint Augustine’s College track and field program will never be forgotten.”


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Oliver Twist David Oliver looks like the next world recordholder in the 110 hurdles. The Howard University grad (class of ’04) has reached a new level this season, recording the five fastest times of the year, eight of the top nine and nine of the top 12. Oliver has broken 13 seconds five times this year, led by his 12.89 in July in Paris. That time is 0.02 off the world record of 12.87, set by Cuba’s Dayron Robles in 2008 (0.02 seconds is about 8 inches). But the 28-year-old Oliver says his first priority is not the world record: “I focus on winning, not running fast times,” he told the English newspaper The Observer. “If you win the race, you get to do the victory lap. If you told me I could have a world record or Olympic Gold I’d take the Olympic Gold every time.” He cites former world recordholder Colin Jackson of Britain, who has slipped to fifth on the all-time list following Oliver’s performances this year.

“Now Colin is just the top British [and European] recordholder,” said Oliver. “I wonder if he would have rather won an Olympic Gold medal. I wonder looking back what he would prefer to have now that he’s fifth on the all-time list. I bet he’d rather take Olympic Gold. That can never be taken from you.” Oliver, whose last collegiate track season came in 2004, has been somewhat of a late bloomer. He credits some tough early years as a pro with helping him develop mentally and physically. In response to questions from the British press, he thinks England’s funding system “promotes mediocrity” instead of excellence. His early pro years included having to work a job at the shoe chain, FinishLine, to make ends meet. “I had won the Berlin Golden League [meet]; I’d won some other meets,” Oliver said. “I was ranked number six or seven in the world; and

I worked five or six hours a day [in the store]. I didn’t like that lifestyle, so I had to do something to change it.” He recalls English hurdler Andy Turner asking him: “How come you have to go to work, you ran 13.2?” “I was like: ‘Yeah, I’m an American who ran 13.2, I don’t have no contracts or nothing. They don't pay me for running 13.2.’ I had to go to work to make money. That’s why Americans always do better, because we don’t reward mediocrity. If I was a European running 13.2 they’d probably be trying to get me the world or something. As an American you run 13.2 and you’re just one of a bunch of people.”

Gay Keeps on Rolling Give Tyson Gay credit. He hasn’t let the ascendancy of Usain Bolt affect his approach to sprinting. Gay keeps right on giving his best, and it paid off in August. It might well pay off again in December with a No. 1 world ranking from Track & Field News. First, Gay beat Bolt in a 100 in Stockholm, getting out of the blocks first, hanging on and winning in 9.84 to Bolt’s 9.97. “Usain is not in his best shape,” Gay acknowledged. “He and I both know he can run a lot faster. He has had his problems with injury and my knee was bothering me. But I’m happy with the win. He is a legend and it’s very important to beat him. It means something for the excitement of the sport. But I did not beat him running 9.5. I beat him running 9.8.” Bolt’s loss, in his slowest time ever in a 100 final, was enough for him to end his season due to a sore back. But Gay kept on keeping on. He followed Stockholm with an impressive year-leading 100 of 9.78 on Aug. 15 in London against a slight headwind during chilly and rainy conditions. “The last few weeks have been really great,” said Gay, who ran 9.79 to win in Brussels after Stockholm. “I wasn’t expecting to go that fast in these conditions but I knew I was in good shape and was going to go fast. I think there’s more to come. It’s great to be on top of the world. That’s important to me. I wasn’t necessarily sending a message to Asafa and Usain, I was just running my own race.”

Bolt’s management issued this statement: “Usain Bolt was examined [Aug. 9] by Dr. Hans Müller-Wohlfahrt in Munich who found a problem in his lower back. He has a tightness that restricts his ability to generate power in his stride, and continuing to race in this condition could risk injury to his hamstrings or calf muscles. With a view to his future career we believe further treatment to loosen his back followed by a period of rest will be in his best interest. We are delighted to report that the MRI scan on his Achilles tendon showed that it has now completely healed.” Bolt ends his season with bests of 9.82 in the 100, a year-leading 19.56 in the 200 and a 43.58 4x400 relay leg he recorded in March. You have to wonder what Bolt might do if he gives training priority over his night clubbing. “I always said 2010 would be an easy season for me, so if anyone is to beat me it would be this season,” Bolt said. “The hard training starts in October. The first Monday of October I will be out there working hard, as there will be the world championships to look forward to.” You also have to wonder what Gay might do if his surgically repaired groin gets back to 100%. Even though he’s not 100%, Gay thought after his London 9.78 that he could improve his PR of 9.69 set last year in Shanghai. “I think so, in those conditions,” Gay said. “My start was on point and normally that’s the worst part of my race. My time in London was a lot more impressive than Shanghai, [which] was not technically good.” Continued on page 8

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Passing of an Impressive Pair After the death of Pettigrew, the sport lost two valuable contributors in Hal Connolly and Scott Davis, both of whom died on Aug. 18. Connolly, 79, won the hammer throw at the ’56 Olympics and is the last American to win Gold in the event. His courtship of and marriage to fellow Gold medalist discus thrower Olga Fikitova was a memorable event in the Cold War era. They were divorced in 1973. Connolly later married Pat Daniels, a heptathlete/half-miler who became a prominent sprint coach. Connolly’s story as an athlete was inspirational. He overcame a deformity in his left arm, one that required more than a dozen operations as a child. His obituary in The New York Times included an excerpt from his unpublished memoir: “I began to consider myself a reject, chained to a small army of twisted bodies in the hospital waiting room, and responded by trying to ignore my crippled associates. I wanted to push myself into the ‘normal’ society. I was a handicapped person who knows the agony of all-out trying and not accomplishing. They didn’t treat the disabled with dignity then. I couldn’t stand to be treated differently.”

Connolly made four Olympic teams and later became a high school teacher and administrator before working for the Special Olympics as an executive. He experimented with steroids in the 1950s, before the drugs were banned, but didn’t like what they did to his body. His wife, Pat, was an outspoken opponent of performance-enhancing drugs. Scott Davis was influential in the sport because of his roles as an announcer at major international and national events in addition to his work as a tireless statistician. Prefontaine Memorial meet director Tom Jordan called Davis “the best announcer in the world.” Davis also may have been one of the best storytellers and loved cracking jokes, some of them X-rated. He died at the age of 66 at his Cerritos, California home. He had fought cancer for 13 years and was suffering from multiple myeloma but died from complications of chemotherapy after getting sick while announcing at the World Junior Championships in Moncton, New Brunswick. “He was one of my favorite people and I know an awful lot of track and field fans, coaches and athletes feel the same way,” former UCLA track coach Bob Larsen told the Orange County Register.

Bell Lap • He’s b-a-a-a-a-a-c-k! Alan Webb, who pretty much dropped out of sight after setting an American mile record of 3:46.91 in 2007, made his 2010 racing debut in August with an unimpressive 1:52.32 for seventh place in an 800 meter race in England Aug. 14. On Aug. 28, he won a 1500 meter race in Antwerp, Belgium in a much more impressive 3:41.16, and followed 10–15 minutes later by entering the 5000 and running 14:15. Then on Sept. 9th in Milan he ran 3:36.21. Webb moved in 2009 from Reston, Virginia to Portland to train with Alberto Salazar; he underwent Achilles tendon surgery, and missed most of 2009. Salazar is enthusiastic about his new charge, and predicts more U.S. records in Webb’s future: “He only started speed work six or seven weeks before. His bottom line speed is going to increase exponentially. I believe his form is better than when he set the American record.” • The IAAF has asked the International Olympic Committee to consider cross country running to be included in the program for the 2018 Winter Games. The IOC has rejected previous similar requests. Rule 6.2 of the Olympic charter states that “only those sports which are practiced on snow and ice are considered as winter sports.” The IOC might consider the request favorably because the chance for countries such as Kenya and Ethiopia to win medals at the Winter Games fits the IOC policy of “universality” or encouraging the maximum number of competitors at the Winter Games. Only 82 nations competed in February’s Vancouver Winter Olympics, compared to more than 200 in Beijing in 2008. • Chris Solinsky, who set a new U.S. 10,000 record (26:59.60) May 1 in Palo Alto, California, confirmed his

breakthrough this summer in Europe with three sparkling, competitive 5000 meter efforts. First, on June 4 in Oslo he ran a PR 12:56.66, finishing sixth behind Bernard Lagat’s U.S. record 12:54.12. On Aug. 6, in the Stockholm Diamond League 5000, Solinsky took fifth in another PR, 12:55.53. And on Aug. 19 in Zurich’s famed Weltklasse meet he took third in 12:56.45 behind two Ethiopians. • Bernard Lagat and Molly Huddle (our cover girl this issue) set U.S. records in August. Lagat ran 7:29.00 in the 3000 at Rieti, to break Bob Kennedy’s 7:30.84 record by nearly 2 seconds. Huddle finished 10th in a 5000 in Brussels with a time of 14:44.76, edging Shalane Flanagan’s mark of 14:44.80. • Deena Kastor, the 2004 Olympic bronze medalist in the marathon and the U.S. recordholder, withdrew from November’s New York City Marathon after learning she was pregnant. “I am especially grateful to have felt fantastic except for feeling a bit sluggish in workouts and tired during the day,” said Kastor, expecting her first child with husband Andrew Kastor. “As soon as we heard the news, I stopped hard workouts. I am running easy days with my Mammoth Track Club teammates, but have chosen to forego any hard efforts in order that every bit of my energy goes into making sure the baby will be healthy and strong. I don’t look pregnant yet, but I hear it seems to happen overnight.” • First fruits of Doug Logan's dismissal? it's reported that the 2012 Olympic Trials in Eugene will follow the same successful format as the 2008 Trials.


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f you’ve ever watched any “special” track event—from Special Olympics to the Wheelchair 800 at the Olympic Games—you know that the joy of competition and winning are just as exciting for the athletes as any “normal” competitor.

These days, we’re seeing an increasing number of track and field events for handicapped athletes. High school athletic associations are reporting an increase in requests for accommodations for students with mobility limitations. Assistant director Becky Oakes of the National Federation of State High School Associations reports that several states—including Minnesota, Georgia, Alabama, Iowa and Washington—currently offer adaptive, wheelchair events within their state track and field championships. And in other states, increasingly, local high school and college tracks are being requested—or drafted—to serve as venues for special competitions. Fortunately, adapting most facilities to meet the needs of special athletes doesn’t have to mean drastic changes. Designers of athletic facilities, sports contractors and material suppliers have all worked with individual high schools and with state associations to help break down barriers and

make athletic programs available to all. Changes, large and small, can be implemented now. It might be things we as able-bodied folks wouldn’t even notice, like a gate that’s a bit too narrow to get a wheelchair through. Changing a few

simple things like that can turn a facility from being merely usable into an arena that allows the athlete to relax and use his or her skills. According to industry insiders, it all starts with attempting to understand the needs of the kids and—in a huge part—to understanding how much that need is growing. And while the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) certainly plays a part in the design of many facilities, its work can only do so much to include athletes with physical challenges.

Some Examples

Schools with wheelchair racing programs tend to offer at least one throwing event—shot put, javelin, etc. The athletes are referred to as “seated throwers.” Wheelchairs are generally secured to the ground or to an immobile object for the throwing events. According to Gary Phillips, assistant executive director at the Georgia High School Association, GHSA partnered

with the American Association of Adapted Sports Programs, which helped identify and develop programs that would serve athletes with disabilities. At present, says Phillips, athletes in wheelchairs compete in their own division in three track and field events, the 200m, 800m and the shot put. “We thought some kids might be better suited for short races, and some for long races,” said Phillips, “and we wanted the shot as a throwing event. We divide the shot into two divisions based on the student’s handicap.” The state of Washington offers not only track and field programs, but also cross country, for athletes in wheelchairs, according to Teresa Fisher of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association. One state working to grow its programs is Maryland, according to Ned Sparks, executive director of the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association. “All our school systems are required to have accommodations for students with disabilities, and many are going to have a track and field component,” notes Sparks. “I would think that, yes, it is one of those things that is going to be there in the future, and also that it’s going to be one of those things that is just offered automatically, rather than having to have students ask for it.” One of Maryland’s high school track and field athletes went on to medal at the Paralympics. Sparks notes that, although Maryland has been one of the first states to allow athletes in wheelchairs to share the track with their able-bodied counterparts, “I don’t think we’re going to be the last.” The National Federation for State High School Associations’ 2008–09 High School Athletics Participation Survey shows that responding schools offered adapted sports programs in basketball, bowling, floor hockey, soccer, softball and track. These are far from the only programs open, however. The U.S. Tennis Association promotes wheelchair tennis on a grass-


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roots level, and many local parks and recreation departments offer adapted sports programs, including golf and bocce. Other schools have offered special programs in skiing, baseball and more. Swimming has long been a sport that has attracted individuals with mobility impairments. It’s all a matter of student interest and willingness to adapt programs to their specific needs.

On the Track Perhaps the first thing to address is making sure that athletes with special needs can get to a track. Gates used by athletes should have at least a 48" opening, which allows athletic wheelchairs (those whose wheels have a camber, or slant) to pass through. The last thing an athlete wants to do is get out of his or her chair and have someone pass it over the gate while he or she “scoots” along the ground through the opening. While high-level professional athletes can afford to be choosy about the surfaces they use, high schoolers generally don’t have that option, and that goes for athletes using wheelchairs, as well as the runners. Sparks says Maryland hasn’t researched the surface/wheelchair tire interaction (the sport is still in the developmental stages at most high schools), but hazards a guess that “maybe the harder the surface, the better.”

According to Jim Stalford of Mondo USA (Tega Cay, South Carolina), “Wheelchair track racers prefer the consistency of a vulcanized rubber surface. This allows them to have some traction on all areas of the surface and to minimize how far the wheels penetrate the surface, enabling them to push faster with less energy.” Other tips for those designing or setting up facilities for athletes in wheelchairs? Adequate warm-up areas. “These are hard to accommodate,” Stalford notes. “It is best if there is a large open parking lot, road or warmup track near the competition track for athletes to warm up. The warm-up area also needs a safe and easy way pathway for the athletes to get to the competition area.”

Other Considerations Then there are the aspects of competition that many people don’t even know about, according to Matt Hale of Halecon in Bridgewater, New Jersey. Having these, he notes, can mean all the difference between a facility that’s not just accessible but welcoming. “Something I believe is critical, yet often missed, is adequate shade for temperature control,” Hale notes. “Many individuals with spinal cord or brain injuries are extremely sensitive to temperature, particularly to heat. Some can have life-threatening heat reactions

which can occur with little warning. Plan as much shade as possible. I would just stress that surface that throws off heat should be avoided. The more shade, the better.” Plan for athletes’ needs both on and off the track or playing field, he adds. Of course, having water sources at or near the facility is a must, but so are some other things. “If possible, a cool-down area would be helpful, possibly an enclosed space attached to a bathroom facility, air-conditioned, with electric outlets and water. This space could not only provide emergency cooling, but also a private area for suctioning. Many people with high spinal cord injuries have difficulty breathing, and often use ventilators for assistance. At times, the airway can get blocked with secretions, thus creating an urgent need for suction. Proper suction would require a source for water and electric.” Other types of disabilities can also be accommodated, Stalford adds, with the right facilities. “Visually impaired runners prefer a high contrast track. A solid-colored red or black track with white lines is best. Blind long and triple jumpers have difficulty with raised runways. It’s best to have the runway even with the surrounding ground and plenty of room at the end of the sand box (no light poles, gutters, etc.). The sand should be even with the


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end of the box so that they can easily run through the back and not trip on the box or run into anything when they do run-throughs.”

Legal Issues ADA legislation was an enormous help to individuals with physical challenges, but it’s far from the end of the road. New laws are being enacted all the time. One that has the potential to impact all athletic programs in schools across the state of Maryland, says Ned Sparks, and which will take full effect in 2011, is the Fitness and Athletic Equity Law for Students with Disabilities. In short, it ensures that students with disabilities are provided equal opportunities to participate in physical education programs, and athletic activities in Maryland schools. The Maryland Dept. of Disabilities and the Maryland State Dept. of Education will work with local school jurisdictions to improve policies and implement the new statute and improvements to adaptive physical education and interscholastic athletic participation. While Sparks understands the necessity of accommodating all athletes, and believes that all students should be able to participate in athlet-

ics if they can, he also recognizes the difficulties that lie ahead for schools and athletic programs. “This is a heck of a budget time, and to be mandating/adding sports at a time when a lot of cuts are being made—that’s difficult. It’s difficult to launch new programs when you’re trying to fight to keep the old ones.” Other states, which are not mandating as many new measures, find it easier to accommodate students with physical challenges. For David Anderson, assistant executive director with the Iowa High School Athletic Association, “the only possible financial challenge is transportation.” When working to make accommodations for athletes with disabilities, remember that events may begin to draw spectators who have mobility limitations, as well. Adjust seating so that someone in a wheelchair is able to have good sightlines—and to have adequate seating around them for their friends, either able-bodied or not. No spectator should be made to feel they have to sit in an area isolated from the rest of the crowd.

Summing Up While there have been challenges, Gary Phillips found that he was pleas-

antly surprised by the Georgia public’s reaction to the wheelchair division of races. “The first time [we had a track in which athletes in wheelchairs competed], I had anxiety, anticipation—I was wondering, ‘How will the fans react?’ We ran the 200 and the fans were cheering for the kids. They were great. Even when there’s a big distance between the kid who wins and the one who comes in last, the spectators stayed right there and cheered for everyone. We were able to ask all the kids in the race, ‘Did you hear them cheering for you?’ and they all said, ‘Yes, sir, I heard that!’ They were very happy.” Note: The American Sports Builders Association (ASBA) is a nonprofit association helping designers, builders, owners, operators and users understand quality construction of many sports facilities, including track and field. The ASBA sponsors informative meetings and publishes newsletters, books and technical construction guidelines for athletic facilities, including running tracks and sports fields. Available at no charge is a listing of all publications offered by the Association, as well as the ASBA’s Membership Directory. Info: 866-501-ASBA (2722) or www.sportsbuilders.org.


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f course your runners don’t really, literally, run with one leg. But if you look at it from another angle, in a sense, they do. Think about it: All the real work of running is done with the leg that’s touching the ground. That’s where the runner’s body bears the shock of the foot strike and then expends almost all the energy that goes into forward propulsion. The other leg? It’s just recovering and getting ready for its turn to do the running. So, in a sense, we all run on one leg—one leg at a time. As a coach, you do everything in your power to increase your runners’ performance through aerobic and anaerobic development. But what can be done to prepare for the moment of single support in running stride that dictates so much in terms of the energy absorption and output of the athlete? Athletes in the field events break their events down into individual parts and do specific workouts and exercises to improve their execution of each specific part. Then they put the parts together to produce an improved technique. In the same way, your runners can isolate the most important part of their technique and improve it. To do so, here’s a simple, but effective, strength and stability exercise to help your runners (1) manage the force of impact, (2) stabilize during deceleration and (3) increase

power output. It’s designed to build awareness, strength and stability. It’s a single-leg squat. 1. Start by standing about a foot in front of a workout bench on one leg. Hold a 5-lb. dumbbell in each hand. Stabilize by pulling the scapulae low down the back and by firming the abdominal muscles. 2. The movement begins by sitting the hips back to touch the bench and raising the arms from the waist forward in front of the chest. As the hips drop back and down, the unused leg pushes forward to help with balance. 3. After touching—but not sitting on—the bench, push into the ground and rise back to the starting position as the arms drop back to the body. Here are some points to remember while performing this movement: • The foot remains flat on the ground. Don’t push onto the toe. • The first movement is the hips dropping back and down. This is why we are a foot away from the bench. The weights in the rising hands act as a counterweight in this movement to keep balance. Most people bend and push the knee forward first. Don’t do this. • As the arms rise in front of the body, work hard to keep the scapulae low and the back flat from hips to head. If the lower back begins to round, this indicates the stabilizers of the torso aren’t yet strong or active enough to perform the exercise at full depth. Add height to the bench to create a smaller movement. As the body grows stronger and more stable, lower the height until you’re able to perform the exercise properly at the depth of the bench. • Control the speed. We want slow, controlled movement. Don’t smack

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the bench hard or “rebound” out of the bottom of the movement. Don’t sit on the bench. As the body rises, concentrate on keeping the scapulae and shoulders low. Don’t “shrug” the shoulders to help the body rise. Don’t put the off-leg on the ground— even when resting at the top of the movement between repetitions. Keep the hips and shoulders level. Don’t tilt either to the side.

Once proper form and full depth have been mastered, weight vests can be added for extra resistance. Integrate this movement at the start of your regular strength routine to wake up the nervous system and activate the stabilizers. Perform three sets of 12–15 repetitions (with each leg) during the offseason and early season to develop a strength and stability base. During the most competitive parts of the season we want to mostly use the movement as a nervous system educator. During this time, limit it to 2–3 sets of 8 repetitions for each leg. As with any exercise, attention to detail determines the effectiveness of this movement. As a runner stabilizes the body for single-leg strength movements, they’re preparing for those moments during a race when they’re running with one leg. Every bit of strength and stability on foot strike creates more efficiency. Work hard, teach your body and run faster. John Godina is a three-time world champion and two-time Olympic medalist in the shot put and the best shot put-discus combination thrower in history. He founded and operates the John Godina World Throws Center at Athletes’ Performance in Phoenix. Reach him at www.worldthrowscenter. com, www.athletesperformance.com or (480) 449-9000.


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Start with left foot flat and right leg raised.

Drop the hips, raise arms for balance.

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Runners’ Injuries and How to Handle Them by Don Kopriva

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hether we like it or not, injuries are an important part of track and field—especially, it would seem, for the most talented middle- and long-distance runners. In fact, of the 79 elite runners I interviewed for my new book, Coming Back Strong, only three reported that they had never suffered an injury important enough to affect their performance. Injuries happen because runners—and their coaches—tend to push the runners’ bodies to extremes, up to, and then over the “fine line” that divides healthy from hurt. Too many miles, too much intensity, too many repeats too close together—and something gives way. The intentions are noble, but the results can be disastrous. Who’s to blame? Nobody, unless striving for excellence is to be considered bad. Runners try too hard because they want to be better runners. Coaches go for one more repetition because they can see that last repetition as the difference between a winner and an also-ran. Alberto Salazar, who has seen injuries close-up both as a champion runner and a coach of champion runners, argues that you have to get really close to the fine line to excel. “Remember,” he says, “you’re running against a lot of other people who are flirting with that fine line, too.” And although he acknowledges that some of those others will fall victim to injury, he adds, “Not everyone’s going to be unlucky. Some will get very close to it and not get injured and that’s who you’ve ultimately got to compete against.” Salazar admits that some coaches feel you should never let a runner get too close to that fine line. “But,” he responds, “unless you’re so superior to everybody else that you don’t need to go near your limits to beat them, you do, out of necessity, have to go near that line.” What do you do? Coaches and athletes all agree that the first thing to do when an athlete feels pain or discomfort while training is stop. Even if the pain is hardly noticeable, stop. To put it simply, “playing through the pain” is just plain stupid. For a runner, playing through the pain is an excellent way to turn a minor injury into a major injury. If the pain disappears, the athlete can start the exercise carefully and gradually work up to the previ-

ous intensity. If the pain or discomfort returns, that finishes the exercise, and the next step is to see a trainer or a doctor. Says Salazar, “Even when it’s just a soreness that the runner feels, I believe you have to immediately get on it.” Once an injury is diagnosed, of course, a plan of rest, of alternate training methods or, perhaps, a rehabilitation program can be put together. Making the plan is not usually very difficult, but making it work often is. Coaches and athletes agree that the key to recovering from an injury and getting back into hard training is p-a-t-i-e-n-c-e. Whether or not the athlete has already been doing some kind of cross training, swimming, riding a bike, working on ellipticals, pool running, etc., are excellent ways to maintain optimal fitness. And a specially designed rehab program is often required on the road back to fulltime running training. But none of these are running. Progress is often slow, and runners can get discouraged. Speaking of his days as a 13:49 5000 meter runner, Wisconsin–Parkside coach Micah VanDenend says, “There is eventually a breaking point, where you feel fed up and feel you can no longer continue.” This, I feel, is one of the real challenges a coach faces. In the next issue of AT&F, we’ll talk about the long road to recovery, the problems of rehab and how rehabbing can help an athlete can come back—not just strong, but stronger than ever. Don Kopriva’s new book, Coming Back Strong is based on extensive interviews with many of America’s top distance runners and coaches, covering their experiences with injuries and how they came back from those injuries even stronger and faster than before. Since almost every runner who races over 800 meters and up encounters some kind of injury—and certainly everyone who coaches runners deals with a constant parade of injured athletes—Don’s book is indeed one that everyone in the running business will want to own. When issued Nov. 1, Coming Back Strong will have a cover price of $29.95 (including shipping). There is a discount for pre-publication orders, which will be $24.95 (including shipping). To order, send a check to RightOn Communications, PO Box 3830, Lisle, IL 60532. For more information, please call (630) 964-5496.




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2009–2010 Championship Review NCAA Div. I Oklahoma State (M), Villanova (W) Chelanga Romp, Barringer Falters Terre Haute, Indiana, Nov. 23, 2009. 50s,

more was proud of Barringer and all that she has accomplished while at Colorado. “She’s had a lot of great races for us and was probably bound to have one not so great one,” Wetmore said. “There was a lot of pressure over the last 6 months and I was trying to make sure we didn’t give away too many of those pieces, but maybe we did.”

Results: http://www.ncaa.com/sports/c-xc/recaps/112309aaa.html Oklahoma State http://www.okstate.com/sports/m-xc/recaps/112309aaa.html Villanova http://www.villanova.com/sports/c-xc/spec-rel/112309aab.html Colorado http://tinyurl.com/ybe2vlc 2007 Winner: Josh McDougal on Chelanga’s Win http://tinyurl.com/2eke2mx More coverage at http://www.flotrack.org/videos/coverage/view/235833 In the men's race, Liberty junior Sam Chelanga, 2nd to Galen Rupp a year ago, ran away from the field early and won going away in a blazing 28:41.3. It's always difficult to compare cross country times from different courses, but Chelanga's winning time is the fastest since the great Henry Rono ran 28:19.6 thirty years ago in 1979. Oklahoma State (127), despite getting a 97th-place finish from German Fernandez, won the men's team title over Oregon (143), which rebounded from a 3rd-place finish at the West Regional, Alabama (173) and Northern Arizona (190). Favored Stanford (354) finished a disappointing 10th. 2008 Olympian Jenny Barringer, who had finished 2nd to Sally Kipyego at this meet in 2006 and 2007 (redshirt in 2008), passed up a potentially lucrative professional contract to pursue her goal of winning an individual x-country title. She was a heavy favorite coming into this year's race, but was facing an equally hungry Susan Kuijken of Florida State (2nd-2008, 3rd-2007). The two were battling each other through the first half of the race when Barringer suddenly broke stride and seemed ready to stop running. She continued, but kept falling further away from Kuijken. Still struggling as other runners went by her, Barringer did come to a stop and collapsed to the ground. Perhaps thinking about her team, she got up and actually finished well, passing a couple of dozen runners in the last 100 meters, but she only finished 163rd. Meanwhile, it looked like Kuijken (19:57.7) was well on her way to winning her first x-country title, but she ran into her own problems, fading to 3rd in the last quarter-mile as she was passed by Illinois' Angela Bizzarri, the 2009 NCAA outdoor champion at 5000 meters, who went on to win in 19:46.8, and Washington's Kendra Schaff, who finished 2nd in 19:51.6. Kuijken's 3rd-place finish did help Florida State (133) finish 2nd in the team battle behind Villanova (86), which won its 8th title (a record) and its first since 1998. Defending champion Washington (188) finished 3rd, followed by Texas Tech (191). Florida State coach Karen Harvey on Kuijken’s race: "Susan ran with complete heart. She ran out of oxygen. We have been dealing with an issue all year long with her rib and the doctors and trainers did everything they could to help her. She followed her race plan, but she was just in too much pain. That is a lot of heart to go out there and just know you have this kink in your armor, but she didn't care. That's the type of leader that helped this team get 2nd." Said Barringer, “I definitely remember [Kuijken] on my shoulder and then all of a sudden going light-headed and thinking, ‘I don’t know how to run anymore.’ I just lost my head and didn’t feel good and then next thing I knew I was on the ground thinking, ‘Is this really happening to me? Is this a race?’ I think I was just a little delirious. I found my way through though, and I remember thinking that I was going to score for the team. That is what I came here to do. I tried to fight to keep my mind awake and fight for the best place that I could. I really believe that my character spoke today by finishing.” Despite not having the result that everyone expected, CU coach Mark Wet-

MEN TEAMS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Oklahoma State Oregon Alabama Northern Arizona William & Mary Colorado Wisconsin New Mexico Iona 10.Stanford 11.Villanova 12.Oklahoma 13.Portland 14.Syracuse 15.Virginia 16.Iowa State 17.Brigham Young 18.Washington 19.Arizona State 20.Providence 21.Ohio State 22.Georgetown 23.Louisville 24.Minnesota 25.Auburn 26.Arkansas 27.North Carolina St. 28.Texas Duke 30.Florida State 31.Michigan State

Total 127 143 173 190 226 315 321 350 350 354 359 386 394 405 408 430 468 470 472 482 483 485 490 493 504 535 539 605 605 612 654

1 7 17 18 1 15 38 26 9 10 2 32 52 12 34 36 37 50 55 5 44 28 6 20 14 13 4 19 79 88 43 108

2 8 23 21 3 30 48 42 53 31 33 67 61 57 47 58 40 54 60 68 56 72 29 69 92 16 41 86 102 117 89 125

3 11 25 22 49 35 59 63 85 65 46 71 78 64 95 98 103 87 81 107 70 115 110 74 96 116 162 121 122 124 147 130

4 24 27 39 62 45 66 76 91 100 93 90 82 84 97 105 109 137 126 138 142 133 168 158 106 152 163 139 146 127 151 136

5 77 51 73 75 101 104 114 112 144 180 99 113 177 132 111 141 140 148 154 170 135 172 169 185 207 165 174 156 149 182 155

6 80 183 94 118 167 129 120 119 164 196 194 150 198 134 131 143 159 171 166 189 184 188 202 192 212 179 208 197 157 187 173

7 123 145 205 161 176 195 160 128 204 209 203 191 153 175 186 190 200 199 210 193 183 211 206 201 178

INDIVIDUALS (10K) (Top 40 earn All-American honors) 1. Sam Chelanga Liberty/Kenya 2. David McNeill Northern Arizona/Australia 3. Chris Derrick Stanford 4. Barnabas Kirui Mississippi/Kenya 5. Jordan Chipangama Northern Arizona/Zambia 6. Dorian Ulrey Arkansas 7. Brandon Bethke Arizona State 8. Andrew Bumbalough Georgetown 9. Ryan Vail Oklahoma St. 10. Colby Lowe Oklahoma State 11. Jacob Kirwa New Mexico 12. Ryan Sheridan Iona 13. John Kosgei Oklahoma State/Kenya 14. Alfred Kipchumba Portland/Kenya 15. Felix Kiboiywo Auburn/Kenya 16. Hassan Mead Minnesota 17. Jon Grey William&Mary 18. Ben Cheruiyot Auburn/Kenya 19. Jeff Schirmer Southern Illinois 20. Evans Kigen Liberty/Kenya 21. Luke Puskedra Oregon 22. Tyson David Alabama/Kenya

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28:41.3 29:06.5 29:14.8 29:24.1 29:33.1 29:37.9 29:38.3 29:39.1 29:40.7 29:42.4 29:46.1 29:47.4 29:48.3 29:50.1 29:50.3 29:50.7 29:51.4 29:55.7 30:00.2 30:01.0 30:01.9 30:03.7


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23. Ryan Hill North Carolina State So 30:04.6 24. Cory Thorne Louisville Sr 30:05.3 25. Emmanuel Bor Alabama/Kenya Sr 30:05.8 26. Moses Kiptoo Alabama/Kenya So 30:08.6 27. Matthew Centrowitz Oregon So 30:09.5 28. Girma Mecheso Oklahoma State/Ethiopia So 30:13.6 29. Kenny Klotz Oregon Sr 30:13.9 30. Mohammed Ahmed Wisconsin/Canada Fr 30:14.4 31. Danny Mercado Oregon Jr 30:15.4 32. Jeff See Ohio State Sr 30:16.6 33. Michael Krisch Georgetown Sr 30:18.3 34. Patterson Wilhelm William&Mary Jr 30:18.9 35. Alexander Soderberg Iona/Sweden So 30:19.3 36. Mathew Mildenhall Villanova/New Zealand Fr 30:19.4 37. Elliott Heath Stanford Jr 30:19.4 38. Mohamud Ige Arizona Sr 30:20.2 39. Tito Medrano Syracuse So 30:20.7 40. Colin Leak William&Mary Sr 30:21.4 41. Ryan Collins Virginia So 30:22.0 42. Daniel Chenoweth Harvard Jr 30:23.6 43. Hillary Bor Iowa State/Kenya Jr 30:24.2 44. Christian Thompson Colorado So 30:24.6 45. Fred Samoei Alabama/Kenya Jr 30:25.2 46. John Beattie Tulsa/England Sr 30:25.9 47. Yonas Mebrahtu Iowa State/Eritrea So 30:27.2 48. Solomon Haile Arkansas Fr 30:27.8 49. Craig Miller Wisconsin Sr 30:29.0 50. Scott Smith UC-Santa Barbara Sr 30:29.1 51.Matt Leeder-Jr (FlaSt) 30:30, 52.Lee Carey-So (Prov/England) 30:30, 53.Lewis Woodard-Jr (Will&Mary) 30:31, 54.Jake Riley-So (Stan) 30:31, 55.Jonah Lagat-Sr (Oral Roberts/Kenya) 30:31, 56.Jeff Scull-Sr (Syracuse) 30:32, 57.Richard Medina-Jr (Colorado) 30:32, 58.David Rooney-Jr (McNeese) 30:33, 59.Ben Ashkettle-Jr (No.Ariz) 30:33, 60.Rich Nelson-Sr (BYU) 30:34, 61.Diego Mercado-Jr (Oregon) 30:35, 62.Kevin Schwab-So (Okla) 30:35, 63.Rory Fraser-Sr (New Mexico) 30:36, 64.Tommy GruenewaldSo (BYU) 30:36, 65.Kelly SPady-Sr (Wash) 30:36, 66.Dominic Channon-So (Prov) 30:37, 67.Joash Osoro-Fr (Portland/Kenya) 30:37, 68.Emil HeinekingJr (Virginia) 30:37, 69.Brian McKenna-Jr (Utah State) 30:37, 70.Andrew Wacker-So (Colorado) 30:37, 71.Justin Tyner-Jr (Air Force) 30:38, 72.Colton Tully-Doyle-Sr (Wash) 30:39, 73.Robert Sorrell-Jr (Okla) 30:40, 74.Ahmed Osman-So (No.Ariz./Ethiopia) 30:40, 75.Elliot Krause-So (Wisconsin) 30:40, 76.Trevor Dunbar-Fr (Portland) 30:42, 77.Matthew Bayley-So (Iona) 30:43, 78.Andy Baker-Sr (Butler/England) 30:43, 79.Zac Edwards-So (So.Alabama) 30:44, 80.Joseph Bosshard-Fr (Colorado) 30:45, 81.Daniel Lewis-Sr (Villanova) 30:47, 82.Jeff Helmer-Jr (Ariz.St.) 30:47, 83.Michael Eaton-Sr (Louisville) 30:48, 84.David McCarthy-Jr (Prov/Ireland) 30:48, 85.Hugo Beamish-Jr (Villanova/New Zealand) 30:49, 86.Francis Kasagule-Sr (Lamar/Uganda) 30:50, 87.Wesley Ruttoh-Jr (Eastern Kentucky)/Kenya) 30:50, 88.Alex Lundy-Jr (Maryland) 30:50, 89.Taylor Williams-So (Ohio State) 30:50, 90.Thibault Vandenabeele-Fr (No.Iowa/Belgium) 30:51, 91.Patrick Cheptoek-Sr (Western Kentucky/Uganda) 30:51, 92.Julius Bor-Jr (Alabama/Kenya) 30:51, 93.Nate Edelman-Jr (Cornell) 30:52, 94.Matt Bruce-Jr (Louisville) 30:53, 95.Jason Pedersen-Jr (No.Ariz.) 30:53, 96.Landon Peacock-Jr (Wisconsin) 30:53, 97.German Fernandez-So (Okla.St.) 30:54, 98.Micah Tirop-Sr (So.Alabama/Kenya) 30:58, 99.Bill Kogel-Fr (Oklahoma) 30:58, 100.Nicodemus Ng’etich-Sr (UTEP) 30:58, 101.Habbane Berhane-Sr (Texas) 24:37, 102.Elkana Rotich-Fr (UTEP/Kenya) 31:00, 103.David ChirchirSr (Okla.St/Kenya) 31:00, 104.Jake Schmitt-Sr (Wash) 31:00, 105.Kevin Williams-Fr (OKla) 31:01, 106.A.J. Acosta-Sr (Oregon) 31:01, 107.Tommy Betterbed-Sr (Portland) 31:02, 108.Chrris Barnicle-Sr (New Mexico) 31:02, 109.John Martinez-Sr (NoCarSt) 31:03, 110.Joe Gatel-Sr 9CalPoly) 31:04, 111.Nate Ogden-Jr (BYU) 31:04, 112.Josh Brewer-Jr (Duke) 31:04, 113.Daniel Roberts-Sr (FlaSt) 31:04, 114.Bobby Papazian-Sr (Villanova) 31:05, 115.Lee Emanuel-Sr (New Mexico/England) 31:05, 116.Ben Blankenship-Jr (Minnesota) 31:06, 117.Miles Unterreiner-Fr (Stanford) 31:06, 118.Andrew Kirwa-Jr (Alabama/Kenya) 31:06, 119.Forrest Misenti-Fr (Syracuse) 31:07, 120.Matt Barrett-Sr (Minnesota) 31:08, 121.Dan Busby-Sr (Syracuse) 31:08, 122.Sintayehu Taye-Fr (Virginia) 31:09, 123.ROb SpeareJr (Princeton) 31:10, 124.Matthew Gibney-Jr (Villanova) 31:10, 125.Jason Weller-Jr (Iona) 31:11, 126.Zach Gates-Fr (William&Mary) 31:11, 127.Rory Tunningley-So (Texas) 31:12, 128.Guor Marial-Sr *Iowa St) 31:13, 129.Jake Walker-Sr (Notre Dame) 31:13, 130.Aric Van Halen-Fr (Colorado) 31:13, 131.Joe Sauvageau-Sr (Texas A&M) 31:14, 132,Caden Sheidls-Jr (Purdue) 31:14, 133.Graham Tribble-Jr (Virginia) 31:14, 134.Vince McNally-So (Penn State) 31:14, 135.Pieter Gagnon-Fr (Minnesota) 31:16, 136,Patrick Milley-Jr (Arizona St)31:16, 137.Andrew Poore-So (Indiana) 31:17, 138.Isaiah Van Doorne-So (MichST) 31:17, 139.Jory Zunich-Sr (Iowa St) 31:17, 140.Levi Miller-Sr (Georgetown) 31:18, 141.Trey Miller-Jr (Virginia) 31:19, 142.David Bishop-Sr (New Mexico) 31:20, 143.Clay Mayes-Jr (Okla) 31:20, 144.Maverick Darling-Fr (wisconsin) 31:21, 145.Adam Green-So (Ohio St) 31:22, 146.Festus Chamaoi-Jr Middle Tenn.St/Kenya) 31:22, 147.Jean-Pierre Weerts-Sr (Auburn) 31:22, 148.James Kostelnik-So (Duke) 31:22,

149.Andrew Belus-So (No.Ariz) 31:22, 150.Ross Millington-Fr (New Mexico/England) 31:24, 151.Eric Schulz-Sr (Indiana St) 31;24, 152.Joshua SaweSr (McNeese St/Kenya) 31:25, 153.Jack Bolas-Sr (Wisconsin) 31:25, 154.Bobby Moldovan-So (No.Car.St) 31:26, 155.Brock Simmons-So (Texas) 31:26, 156.Johnathan Stublaski-So (Okla.St.) 31:26, 157.Josh Lund-Jr (Duke) 31:26, 158.Patrick Grosskopf-Sr (Mich.St) 31:26, 159.Cameron Quackenbush-So (Wahs)31:27, 160.James Osborne-Sr (Duke) 31:28, 161.Keith Gerrard-Jr (New Mexico/England) 31:28, 162.Matthew Tebo-Jr (Colorado) 31:28, 163.Josh McAlary-So (Mich.St.) 31:28, 164.Andrew Revelle-Jr (Virginia) 31:29, 165.Griff Graves-So (Syracuse) 31:29, 166.Donaled Roys-Fr (Ohio St) 31:29, 167.Madison Roeder-Jr (Butler) 31:30, 168.Patrick Dupont-So (Syracuse) 31:31, 169.CHris Olinger-Sr (Ohio St) 31:31,170.Spencer Beatty-Sr (Mich.St.) 31:31, 171.Miles Batty-So (BYU) 31:33, 172.Patten Van-Jr (Ariz.St) 31:35, 173.Patrick Campbell-Fr (No.Car.St.) 31:35, 174.Brandon Hebbert-Sr (BYU) 31:37, 175.Joel Limo-So (Iowa St/Kenya) 31:38. 176.Julian Matthews-So (Prov/New Zealand) 31:39, 177.Clayton Carper-Jr (Iowa St.) 31:39, 178.Josh Hibbs-Jr (Iona) 31:40, 179.Jordan McNamara-Sr (Oregon) 31:41, 180.Bradley Lowry-Jr (Texas) 31:41, 181.Ciaran O’Lionard-Jr (Fla.St./Ireland), 182.Mike Stolar-Jr (Duquesne) 31:42, 183.Max O’Donoghue-McDonald-Wash) 31:42, 184.Stephen CLark-So (Duke) 31:43, 185.Jeremy Sudbury-Jr (Okla) 31:45, 186.Mike Fout-So (Florida St)31:47, 187.Scott Novack-Sr (Auburn) 31:47, 188.Sean Keveren-Fr (Virginia) 31:48, 189.Dylan Hatcher-So (Arizona St) 31:48, 190.Ben Miller-Fr (Michigan St) 31:49, 191.Brian Rhodes-Devey-So (Texas) 31:50, 192.Bo Waggoner-Jr (Duke) 31:53, 193.Matt Hughes-Jr (Louisville) 31:54, 194.Ryan Merriman-Sr (BYU) 31:54, 195.Ryan GosperSr (Wisconsin) 31:54, 196.Simon Gilna-Sr (No.Ariz) 31:55, 197.Rio ReinaSr (Arkansas) 31:56, 198.Lane Boyer-Jr (Arkansas) 31:56, 199.Thorsten Baumeister-Fr (Iona/Germany) 31:57, 200.Rick Elliott-So (Arkansas) 31:57, 201.Ben Engelhardt-Jr (ArizSt) 31:57, 202.Brian Sklodowski-Jr (William&Mary) 31:58, 203.James Grimes-So (Georgetown) 31:58, 204.Christian Escareno-Jr (Brown) 32:01, 205.Luke Lovelace-So (Louisville) 32:04, 206.Michael Anderson-Sr (Prov/Canada) 32:05, 207.Jordan Swarthout-Jr (Wash) 32:07, 208.Michael Banks-Sr (Georgetown) 32:08, 209.Max Goldak-Ar (MichiganSt) 32:10, 210.Andrew North-So (No.Car.St.) 32:13, 211.Ben Murphy-Baum-Jr (IowaSt) 32:16, 212.Ben Massam-Sr (William&Mary) 32:18, 213.Matt Frerker-So (Portland) 32:21, 214.Joseph Dimambro-Jr (Mich.St) 32:22, 215.Patrick Russell-Jr (Arkansas) 32:23, 216.Justin Marpole-Bird-Jr (Stanford) 32:24, 217.Bobby Nicolls-Fr (Okla) 32:25, 218.Wes Rickman-Fr (Fla.St) 32:26, 219.Michael Chinchar-Jr (Arkansas) 32:27, 220.Julian Meyer-Fr (Ohio St) 32:31, 221.Mike McFarlandJr (Minnesota) 32:33, 222.Alden Bahr-So (BYU) 32:35, 223.Jared Bell-Sr (Fla.St) 32:36, 224.Mark Denin-Fr (Georgetown) 32:37, 225.Matt Terry-So (Prov) 32:42, 226.Joey Bywater-Fr (Wash) 32:46, 227.Brad Miller-Sr (Syracuse) 32:56, 228.Derek Storkel-Fr (Minnesota) 32:58, 229.Sean Olson-So (Minnesota) 33:00, 230.Carl MacKenzie-So (Villanova/New Zealand) 33:01, 231.Jordan Kyle-Sr (Colorado) 33:03, 232.Brendan Gregg-Jr (Stanford) 33:04, 233.Austin Roth-Fr (Texas) 33:05, 234.Ingen Van-Jr (Binghamton) 33:06, 235.Shane Geiger-Fr (Portland) 33:09, 236.Cory Leslie-Fr (Ohio St) 33:14, 237.Nick Happe-Fr (ArizSt) 33:18, 238.Justin Harbor-Jr (FlaSt) 33:19, 239.Scott McClain-Sr (Louisville) 33:20, 240.Robert Cosby-Jr (Portland) 33:23, 241.Craig Murphy-Fr (Iona/Ireland) 33:24, 242.Jeff Palmer-Jr (Alabama) 33:26, 243.Robert Wetzel-Jr (Texas) 33:29, 244.Jeff Sanders-So (Auburn) 33:54, 245.Greg Dame-So (No.Car.St) 34:10, 246.Benjamin Johnson-Fr (Stanford) 34:21, 247.Chase Violet-So (Louisville) 34:30, 248.Brian Himelright-Fr (No.Car.St) 34:55, 249.Marco Anzures-Sr (UCLA) 35:11, 250.Charles Mitchell-So (Auburn) 37:10.

WOMEN TEAMS 1. Villanova 2. Florida State 3. Washington 4. Texas Tech 5. Princeton 6. West Virginia 7. Florida 8. Duke 9. Oregon 10.Minnesota 11.Providence 12.Illinois 13.New Mexico 14.Penn State 15.Virginia 16.Stanford 17.Iowa State 18.Syracuse 19.Brigham Young

Total 86 133 188 191 251 259 260 272 276 310 349 365 368 375 391 408 446 450 453

1 6 3 2 17 18 13 14 25 16 7 32 1 39 24 4 45 11 64 10

2 12 15 21 23 43 31 19 44 40 67 53 35 56 69 37 52 68 78 83

3 20 33 27 38 49 34 60 50 65 71 72 58 63 77 75 59 114 89 96

4 22 36 29 47 57 87 79 73 70 74 86 127 102 90 93 113 116 99 131

5 26 46 109 66 84 94 88 80 85 91 106 144 108 115 182 139 137 120 133

6 51 138 136 202 132 145 124 95 167 98 147 169 155 163 199 207 149 141 150

7 81 166 148 205 140 174 171 118 173 178 189 185 190 168 212 158 177 210

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20.Colorado 458 21.Georgetown 495 22.UTEP 500 23.Notre Dame 519 24.Arizona State 520 25.Southern Methodist 581 26.Michigan State 601 27.Michigan 637 28.Baylor 666 29.Ohio State 673 30.Arizona 682 31.Indiana 716

5 8 9 30 41 61 42 28 48 107 111 55

92 62 104 54 76 97 103 143 117 112 119 101

105 82 110 129 123 100 121 153 159 125 128 180

122 152 135 130 126 151 165 156 161 146 160 188

134 191 142 176 154 172 170 157 181 183 164 192

162 201 215 195 184 206 203 186 198 187 175 200

179 204 216 196 194 208 211 214 209 197 193 213

INDIVIDUALS (6K) (Top 40 earn All-American honors) 1. Angela Bizzarri Illinois Sr 19:46.8 2. Kendra Schaaf Washington/Canada So 19:51.6 3. Susan Kuijken Florida St./Netherlands Sr 19:57.7 4. Catherine White Virginia Jr 19:59.5 5. Allie McLaughlin Colorado Fr 20:01.1 6. Amanda Marino Villanova Jr 20:02.4 7. Megan Duwell Minnesota Sr 20:06.9 8. Emily Infeld Georgetown So 20:07.9 9. Risper Kimaiyo UTEP/Kenya Fr 20:10.9 10. Cecily Lemmon Brigham Young Jr 20:11.9 11. Janet Jesang Western Kentucky/Kenya Sr 20:13.6 12. Lisa Koll Iowa State Sr 20:15.5 13. Sheila Reid Villanova/Canada So 20:16.3 14. Ciara Grandt West Virginia Sr 20:18.2 15. Rebecca Lowe Florida So 20:18.8 16. Pasca Cheruiyot Florida State/Kenya Jr 20:22.2 17. Emily Pritt North Carolina St. So 20:22.8 18. Jordan Hasay Oregon Fr 20:23.1 19. Lillian Badaru Texas Tech/Uganda Sr 20:24.2 20. Liz Costello Princeton Sr 20:24.3 21. Charlotte Browning Florida/England Jr 20:25.7 22. Bogdana Mimic Villanova/Croatia So 20:26.6 23. Katie Follett Washington Sr 20:32.0 24. Ali Smith Villanova Jr 20:33.1 25. Purity Biwott Texs Tech/Kenya So 20:34.1 26. Bridget Franek Penn State Sr 20:34.7 27. Megan Hogan George Washington Jr 20:34.8 28. Stephanie Wilson Santa Clara Sr 20:37.3 29. Carly Seymour Duke So 20:37.5 30. Nicole Schappert Villanova Sr 20:38.1 31. Mel Lawrence Washington Jr 20:38.5 32. Kaitlyn Peale Michigan So 20:38.8 33. Beverly Ramos Kansas State Sr 20:38.9 34. Christine Babcock Washington So 20:42.6 35. Lindsey Ferguson Notre Dame Sr 20:42.7 36. Marie-Louise Asselin West Virginia/Canada Sr 20:42.8 37. Hannah Davidson Providence So 20:42.8 38. Veronica Pohl Northern Arizona/Germany Sr 20:43.5 39. Amanda Winslow Florida State Fr 20:43.7 40. Keri Bland West Virginia Sr 20:44.9 41. Kristin Sutherland Illinois So 20:45.9 42. Jennifer Dunn Florida State So 20:46.5 43. Ari Fisher Toledo So 20:47.0 44. Stephanie Garcia Virginia Jr 20:47.6 45. Winrose Karunde Texas Tech/Kenya Jr 20:47.9 46. Ruth Senior New Mexico Jr 20:50.9 47. Janel Blancett Georgia State Sr 20:53.2 48. Nicole Blood Oregon Sr 20:54.6 49. Allie Kieffer Arizona State Sr 20:55.8 50. Emily MacLeod Michigan State Sr 20:56.8 51.Alex Banfich-So (Princeton) 20:58, 52.Buskirk Van-Sr (Duke) 20:58, 53.Stephanie Marcy-So (Stanford) 20:58, 54.Kaitie Vanatta-Fr (Missouri) 20:58, 55.Pilar McShine-Jr (Florida St) 21:00, 56.Caroline Karunde-Jr (Texas Tech/Kenya) 21:00, 57.Erin Bedell-Sr (Baylor) 21:01, 58.Sarah CummingsJr (Princeton) 21:01, 59.Juliet Bottorff-Fr (Duke) 21:02, 60.Brooke Simpson-Fr (Villanova) 21:02, 61.Lauren Bonds-Sr (Kansas) 21:03, 62.Betzy Jiminez-Sr (Texas) 21:03, 63.Kathy Kroeger-Fr (Stanford) 21:04, 64.Breffini Twohig-Sr (Prov/Ireland) 21:04, 65.Jessica Rydberg-Fr (Notre Dame) 21:04, 66.Wendi Robinson-Sr (Indiana) 21:04, 67.Allison Bishel-Sr (Ball St) 21:05, 68.Nicky ARcher-Sr (New Mexico) 21:06, 69.Ashley Higginson-Jr (Princeton) 21:07, 70.Caitlin Comfort-So (Wisconsin) 21:07, 71.Alison Parris-Sr (James Madison) 21:08, 72.Elizabeth Boyle-Sr (Illinois) 21:09, 73.Alex Dunne-Fr (Stanford) 21:09, 74.Stacey Johnson-Jr (Florida) 21:09, 75.Tarah McKay-Sr (Louisville) 21:09, 76.Kristine Eikrem-Enges-So (SMU/Norway) 21:10, 77.Alexandra Lizarribar-Jr (Kent St) 21:10, 78.Natasha Lebaud-Sr (Georgetown) 21:10, 79.Lacey Oeding-So New Mexico) 21:11, 80.Katie Hursey-Jr (Syracuse) 21:11, 81.Alex Kosinksi-Jr (Oregon) 21:11, 82.Gladys

Kipsang-Sr (Texas Tech/Kenya) 21:11, 83.Corey Conner-So (Maine) 21:12, 84.Heather Dorniden-Sr (Minnesota) 21:12, 85.Aliphine Tuliamuk-Fr (Iowa St/Kenya) 21:12, 86.Caitlin Lane-So (Penn St) 21:12, 87.Claire Michel-Jr (Oregon) 21:13, 88.Amy Laskowske-Sr (Minnesota) 21:13, 89.Shelby Greany-Fr (Prov) 21:13, 90.Kayla Hale-Fr (Duke) 21:14, 91.Kayla Wagner-Fr (Minnesota) 21:16, 92.Lauretta Dezubay-Sr (Virginia) 21:16, 93.Kari HardtSr (ArizSt) 21:16, 94.Nicole Lord-Fr (Penn St) 21:16, 95.Catherine DesarleJr (Syracuse) 21:16, 96.Genevieve Lacaze-So (Florida) 21:17, 97.Mary Johnston-So (Duke) 21:17, 98.Kaitlyn Tallman-Sr (Villanova) 21:17, 99.Emily Jones-Fr (Georgetown) 21:17, 100.Claire Richardson-Jr (Harvard) 21:18, 101.ANgela Wagner-Sr (BYU) 21:19, 102.Reilly Kiernan-Sr (Princeton) 21:19, 103.Lauren Zaludek-Sr (Oregon) 21:20, 104.Mia Behm-So (Texas) 21:21, 105.Mary Champagne-So (Prov) 21:21, 106.Kaylyn Christopher-So (West Virginia) 21:21, 107.Julie Northrup-Sr (Florida) 21:22, 108.Maegan KrifchinSo (Syracuse) 21:23, 109.Brittany Tinsley-Sr (No.Car.St.) 21:23, 110.Mihaela Susa-Jr (OklaSt) 21:23, 111.Cheryl Spring-Sr (Penn St) 21:24, 112.Stephanie Price-So (Minnesota) 21:24, 113.Lara Crofford-Jr (Nebraska) 21:24, 114.Shannon Murakami-Jr (UCLA) 21:25, 115.Emma Coburn-So (Colorado) 21:25, 116.Morgane Gay-So (Virginia) 21:25, 117.Kate Harrison-So (West Virginia) 21:25, 118.Suejin Ahn-So (Duke) 21:26, 119.Nicole Nielsen-Fr (BYU) 21:26, 120.Sara Sjokvist-Fr (SMU/Sweden) 21:27, 121.Elizabeth Yetzer-Sr (Minnesota) 21:27, 122.Kim Spano-Fr (Syracuse) 21:28, 123.Veronika Blom-Fr (SMU/Norway) 21:28, 124.Miranda Walker-Jr (Arkansas) 21:28, 125.Sarah Pease-Jr (Indiana) 21:29, 126.Delyth James-Jr (New Mexico) 21:29, 127.Tiffany Abrahamian-So (Mich.St.) 21:30, 128.Kristen HemphillSr (Colorado St) 21:31, 129.Jillian King-Fr (Boston Coll.) 21:31, 130.Gladys Chumba-Jr (UTEP/Kenya) 21:32, 131.Laura Thweatt-Jr (Colorado) 21:32, 132.Anne Jorgensen-Jr (Iona) 21:32, 133.Emma Perron-J r (Prov) 21:33, 134.Katie Williams-Sr (Ohio St) 21:33, 135.Carolyn Boosey-Sr (New Mexico) 21:33, 136.Allison Linnell-Fr (Wash) 21:35, 137.Kathya Garcia-Jr (UTEP) 21:35, 138.Jennifer Bergman-Fr (Arizona) 21:35, 139.Jordan Jennewine-Jr (Ohio St) 21:35, 140.Kate Niehaus-Sr (Stanford) 21:35, 141.Betsy Saina-Fr (Iowa St/Kenya) 21:36, 142.Kara Millhouse-So (Penn St) 21:36, 143.Zamzam Sangau-Sr (Middle Tenn St/Uganda) 21:36, 144.Semehar Tesfaye-So (Iowa St21:37, 145.Nichle Jones-Sr (Baylor) 21:37, 146.Sophia Ziemian-Fr (Duke) 21:37, 147 .Maggie Callahan-Jr (Arizona) 21:38, 148.Lauren Penney-So (Syracuse) 21:39, 149.Carlie Green-Jr (Mich.St) 21:40, 150.Katie CummingSo (Colorado) 21:41, 151.Lindsay Prescott-So (ArizSt) 21:41, 152.Laura Garrow-Jr (Florida) 21:42, 153.Sarah Foster-Jr (Ohio St) 21:42, 154.Anna Sperry-Jr (ArizSt) 21:42, 155.Chantelle Groenewoud-Jr (Illinos) 21:42, 156.Camiltn Jackson-Fr (Arizona) 21:43, 157.Marissa Treece-Jr (Notre Dame) 21:43, 158.Rachel Velardo-So (Notre Dame) 21:43, 159.Rache Lange-So (BYU) 21:44, 160.Alex Glencer-Sr (Princeton) 21:45, 161.Katy Andrews-So (BYU) 21:45, 162.Ellie Rastall-So (Colorado St) 21:46, 163.Jenny BarringerSr (Colorado) 21:47, 164.Kristie Krueger-So (Georgia) 21:48, 165.Jepchirchir Kigen-Jr (UTEP/Kenya) 21:48, 166.Kayla Evans-Fr (Wash) 21:48, 167.Grace Kemmey-Sr (Iowa St/Keny) 21:50, 168.Crystal Reed-Jr (UC-Santa Barbara) 21:50, 169.Lisa Egami-Sr (WashSt/Canada) 21:50, 170.Andi Palen-Jr (FlaSt) 21:51, 171.Georgia Griffin-So (Stanford) 21:51, 172.Liz Deir-Jr (Princeton) 21:51, 173.Rebekah MacKay-Jr (Syracuse) 21:51, 174.Katrina Drennen-Jr (Montana) 21:52, 175.Karina Garcia-So (UTEP) 21:53, 176.Kaityln Patterson-Fr (Michigan) 21:53, 177.Jackie Areson-Sr (Tenn) 21:53, 178.Danelle Woods-So (Illinois) 21:54, 179.Sarah-Anne Brault-So (West Virginia/Canada) 21:54, 180.Ellen Birmingham-Jr (Ohio St) 21:54, 181.Samantha Roecker-Fr (Prov) 21:54, 182.Kailey Campbell-Jr (Wash) 21:54, 183.Paige Ties-Sr (Iowa St) 21:55, 184.Sarah Edwards-Fr (BYU) 21:56, 185.Kailyn Kuzmuk-So (Harvard) 21:56, 186.Sije Fjortoft-Jr (SMU/Norway) 21:56, 187.Kirsten Kasper-Fr (Georgetown) 21:57, 188.Anne Ronoh-Sr (Texas A&M-Commerce/Kenya) 21:57, 189.Rachel White-Jr (Michigan) 21:58, 190.Ali KieltySr (ArizSt) 22:00, 191.Ashley Gibson-Sr (New Mexico) 22:00, 192.Rebecca Addison-Fr (Michigan) 22:01, 193.Rachel Severin-Jr Michigan) 22:02, 194.Meaghan Nelson-So (owa St) 22:02, 195.Alyssa Allison-Fr (Arkansas) 22:03, 196.Cate Westenhover-So (Baylor) 22:03, 197.Elizabeth Apgar-Fr (Arizona) 22:04, 198.Danielle Bradley-Sr (Baylor) 22:05, 199.Laura Trembley-Fr (Colorado) 22:06, 200.Brooklyne Ridder-Fr (penn St) 22:06, 201.Hanna Henson-So (Arizona) 22:06, 202.Horn Van-Sr (Tenn) 22:06, 203.Kristen SmithFr (MichSt) 22:07, 204.Jessica Parry-Fr (Florida St) 22:07, 205.Bronwyn Crossman-So (Oregon) 22:07, 206.Natalie Bower-Fr (Penn St) 22:08, 207.Jamie Bruss-Jr (Ilinois) 22:09, 208.Rebekah Smetzer-Jr (MichSt) 22:10, 209.Kaitlin Shiver-Jr (Florida) 22:11, 210.Mary Alenbratt-Fr (SMU/Sweden) 22:13, 211.Anne Kesselring-Fr (Oregon/Germany) 22:13, 212.Anna LewisSo (West Virginia) 22:13, 213.Megan Meyer-Fr (Arizona) 22:15, 214.Rebecca Tracy-Fr (Notre Dame) 22:16, 215.Natalie Busby-So (Syracuse) 22:18, 216.Nikki Swenson-Jr (Minnesota) 22:19, 217.Emily Hanenburg-Sr (Colorado) 22:20, 218.Chelsea Blanchard-So (Indiana) 22:22, 219.Stephanie Morgan-Fr (Baylor) 22:25, 220.Laurel MacMillan-So (Virginia) 22:26, 221.Tori Brink-Fr (Ohio St) 22:30, 222.Angela Spadafino-Sr (ArizSt) 22:27, 223.Ashley Thompson-Jr (Illinois) 22:28, 224.Lindsey Hilton-Fr (Mich) 22:30, 225.Ashley Chirco-Jr (Ohio St) 22:30, 226.Helene Delone-So (Indiana) 22:31, 227.Krystal Douglas-Sr (Prov) 22:31, 228.Vanessa Ortiz-Sr (New Mexico) 22:33, 229.Rachel Schneider-Fr (Georgetown) 22:36, 230.Caitlin Engel-Fr (Indiana) 22:38, 231.HannahMoen-So (Arizona) 22:40, 232.Kate Lydy-Fr Ari-


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zona St) 22:43, 233.Kari Johnson-So (Notre Dame) 22:46, 234.Erica Watson-Jr (Notre Dame) 22:47, 235.Sarah Lowe-So (Ohio St) 22:50, 236.Katie Barry-Fr (Baylor) 22:52, 237.Samantha Stafford-Sr (Virginia) 22:52, 238.Arianne Raby-Fr (Indiana) 22:54, 239.Lise Ogrodnick-Sr (Georgetown/Canada) 22:56, 240.Michelle Guzman-Jr (Texas Tech) 22:57, 241.Katie Haines-So (MichSt) 23:02, 242.Marcie Sobrinski-Sr (Grorgetown) 23:06, 243.Kaci Westervelt-Jr (Texas Tech) 23:09, 244.Monika Korra-So (SMU/Norway) 23:11, 245.Maddie O’Meara-Sr (Stanford) 23:12, 246.Kathleen Hoogland-So (SMU) 23:17, 247.Katie Shaw-Jr (Baylor) 23:18, 248.Whitney McDonald-Jr (BYU) 23:19, 249.Thereseann Zimmerman-Sr (MichSt) 23:19, 250.Jennifer Hovland-Jr (Virginia) 23:33, 251.Jenny Kulow-Jr (Indiana) 23:42, 252.Mary Pellegrini-So (Mich) 24:56, 253.Kitria Stewart-So (UTEP) 25:26, 254.Kim Martinez-Fr (UTEP) 26:10.

NCAA Div. II Sweep for Adams State 3rd Win for Jessica Pixler Evansville, Indiana, Nov. 21, 2009. Host: http://www.usi.edu/sports/XCC_Championships/index.asp Adams State: http://tinyurl.com/yj934bt Flotrack Videos: http://tinyurl.com/ygj6xhh Jesica Pixler: http://tinyurl.com/2wefqxh As expected, Adams State successfully defended its men’s title, beating longtime rival Western State, 23–86 (Adams and Western have now each won seven men’s titles). What wasn’t expected was the Grizzlies’ women’s team, which was ranked 4th in the final coaches’ poll, winning its 7th consecutive crown! As Grizzlies coach Damon Martin said after the sweep, "Never underestimate the heart of a champion!" Grand Valley State was one of the favorites in the women’s race, but had to settle for 2nd place (only 8 points out of first) after its #1 runner, Megan Maceratini, who finished 17th in 2008, finished near the back of the field in 175th place. Said GV coach Jerry Baltes after finishing 2nd to Adams State for the 3rd time in the last 5 years, “Yes, it is disappointing for our kids ... [We] just got beat by a team that knows how to get it done when it counts. Hopefully one day we will be able to figure it out and upend them. At the end of the day, we all want to win but if national runnerup is the bad part of our day/year/life then we have it pretty good. We will get it done some day ... it is just going to take a bit longer than we had hoped.” The Adams State women were led by the 9th-place finish of freshman Alicia Nelson. Seattle Pacific’s Jessica Pixler became the first female 3-time individual champion in the 29-year history of Div.II competition. After winning the indoor mile and outdoor 1500 during the 2010 track season, Pixler wound up with a total of 12 NCAA titles! 2010 Shippensburg sophomore Neely Spence, 2nd a year ago, was right with the hard-charging Pixler at the half-way mark, but soon lost touch and eventually faded to 43rd place. Steve Spence, her coach (and dad), said in a Flotrack video, "We're still trying to figure out what happened today," http://tinyurl.com/yj47dww. Winner of the men’s race was Adams State senior Reuben Mwei, who was 4th in 2007, but missed last year’s Nationals due to a chest injury. Div.II fans are famous for their enthusiasm when it comes to the Nationals, as evidenced by this Flotrack video: http://tinyurl.com/ygj6xhh.

MEN TEAMS Total 1. Adams State-CO 23 2. Western State-CO 86 3. Colorado-Mines 153 4. Western Washington170 5. Grand Valley St.-MI 185 6. Southern Indiana 228 7. Queens-NC 256 8. Chico State-CA 284 9. Harding-AR 296 10.Augustana-SD 313 11.Missouri Southern 319 12.Edinoro-PA 338 13.Shippensburg-PA 352 14.Metropolitan St.-CO369 15.SW Baptist-MO 395

1 1 9 14 10 11 21 5 12 2 29 24 52 53 41 35

2 3 13 18 33 19 27 45 44 17 40 43 55 58 62 54

3 4 16 31 38 39 32 61 46 37 57 59 63 67 75 93

4 7 23 34 42 50 71 65 74 99 89 70 73 68 91 103

5 8 25 56 47 66 77 80 108 141 98 113 95 106 100 110

6 15 49 72 64 84 111 101 117 145 104 149 97 132 115 116

7 22 59 151 81 139 159 163 120 156 126 133 122 119

16.U.Mass-Lowell 396 17.Alaska-Anchorage 415 18.Pittsburg State-KS 416 19.Columbus St.-GA 419 20.Saginaw Valley-MI 428 21.Stonehill-MA 474 22.Florida Southern 598 23.Nova S.E.-FL 613 24.Mars Hill-NC 644

26 28 60 6 36 48 76 79 96

82 30 83 20 51 88 105 123 127

87 78 85 114 90 94 131 125 129

92 124 86 136 121 107 140 142 138

109 155 102 143 130 137 146 144 154

112 161 128 150 135 153 147 148 162

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INDIVIDUALS(10K) (Top 40 finishers earn All-American honors) 1. Reuben Mwei Adams State/Kenya Sr 30:27.8 2. Daniel Kirwa Harding/Kenya So 30:28.2 3. Glarius Rop American Int’l/Kenya Fr 30:32.4 4. Amos Sang Abilene Christian/Kenya Jr 30:48.0 5. Aaron Braun Adams State Sr 31:08.2 6. Brian Medgovich Adams State Sr 31:12.6 7. Oscar Ogwaro Queens-NC/Kenya Sr 31:18.0 8. Nicaise Kazingo New Mexico Highlands So 31:19.7 9. Meshack Koyiaki Columbus State Jr 31:22.7 10. Anthony Gauthier Adams State Jr 31:28.4 11. Luke Cragg Adams State Sr 31:38.2 12. Iain Donnan Western State Sr 31:41.7 13. Jordan Welling Western Washington Jr 31:44.6 14. Tyler Emmorey Grand Valley State So 31:45.8 15. Jimmy Elam Chico State Sr 31:47.3 16. Drew Harris Northern Kentucky Jr 31:51.1 17. Tyler Pennell Western State Jr 31:53.2 18. Aaron Swift Colorado Mines Jr 31:58.8 19. Nathaniel Sellers Adams State So 32:00.0 20. Sean Brown Western State Jr 32:02.8 21. Philip Biwott Harding/Kenya So 32:05.3 22. Laban Sialo Central Missouri/Kenya Fr 32:05.8 23. Julius Korir Cameron/Kenya So 32:06.1 24. Ben Zywicki Colorado Mines Jr 32:10.5 25. Nick Hilton Lock Haven Jr 32:10.6 26. Ross Faasse Grand Valley State Sr 32:10.9 27. Nicholas Kering Columbus State Jr 32:12.6 28. Dustin Emerick Southern Indiana So 32:13.3 29. Ryan McNiff Adams State Jr 32:13.8 30. Pardon Ndhlovu UNC-Pembroke/Zimbabwe Fr 32:15.2 31. Loren Ahonen Western State Jr 32:15.2 32. Brennan Benkert Missouri Southern Sr 32:25.5 33. Hillary Mugun Indiana/Pa/Kenya Fr 32:26.7 34. Jared McNeil Tarleton State Jr 32:27.2 35. Chris Reed Western Oregon Jr 32:28.5 36. David Flynn Western State Fr 32:29.2 37. Angus MacDonald UMass-Lowell Jr 32:29.4 38. Barak Watson Northwest Nazarene Fr 32:30.1 39. Brendan Devine Southern Indiana So 32:30.8 40. Micah Chelimo Alaska Anchorage/Kenya Fr 32:34.3 41. Matt Braithwaite Augustana-SD Jr 32:35.9 42. Marko Cheseto Alaska Anchorage/Kenya Jr 32:38.8 43. Tyler Curtis Colorado Mines Fr 32:40.4 44. Andrew Dixon Southern Indiana Jr 32:41.2 45. Anthony Tomsich Western Washington Sr 32:44.7 46. Sean Gildea Colorado Mines Fr 32:45.2 47. Michael Pierce Southwest Baptist Sr 32:45.5 48. Nick Ekel Saginaw Valley So 32:46.3 49. WojciechKopec Harding/Poland Jr 32:47.3 50. Victor Kemboi American Int’l/Kenya So 32:47.5 51.Jaime Villa Zapatero-Jr (drury) 32:48, 52.Eric Brill-So (Western Wash) 32:45, 53.Anthony Witt-So (Grand Vly) 32:50, 54.Tom Karbo-Jr (AugustanaSD) 32:51, 55.Anthony Luna-Sr (Metro St) 32:54, 56.Bennett Grimes-Jr (Western Wash.) 32:54, 57.Josh Mathis-So (Missouri S’n) 32:56, 58.Brendan Scanlon-Jr (Chico St) 32:56, 59.Alex Schilling-Fr (Queens) 32:58, 60.Joey Kochalacs-So (Chico St) 32:59, 61.Blake Medhaug-Jr (Western Wash) 33:00, 62.Steve Polito-So (Stonehill) 33:01, 63.Glenn Watts-Sr (Western St) 33:01, 64.Ryan Toth-So (Grand Vly) 33:02, 65.Cortland Seaver-Sr (Saginaw Vly) 33:)2, 66.Ben Han-Jr (Edinboro) 33:03, 67.Stephen Schelander-So (Shippensburg) 33:03, 68.Tanner Fruit-Jr (Nebraska-Kearney) 33:04, 69.Will Hansen-So (SW Baptist) 33:07, 70.Chris Lantinen-Sr (Edinboro) 33:08, 71.Mack McLain-So (Colorado Mines) 33:09, 72.Austin VandeBerg-Jr (Augustana-SD) 33:10, 73.Bryan Beegle-Jr (Shippensburg) 33:10, 74.Tyler Rasmussen-Jr (Western St) 33:12, 75.Mujahid Hassaballa-Sr (Pittsburg St) 33:13, 76.Nelson Mwangi-Jr (Queens/Kenya) 33:15, 77.Brandon JohnsonSr (Metro ST) 33:18, 78.Scott Anderson-Fr (Edinboro) 33:18, 79.Greg Kubitz-Sr (Western Wsh) 33:18, 80.Simon Stuetzel-So (Queens) 33:21, 81.Paul

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Zielinski-So (Grand Vly) 33:22, 82.Fidelis Mutiso-Jr (Clayton/Kenya) 33:26, 83.Matt Gillette-Fr (Shippensburg) 33:26, 84.Joshua Neyhart-Jr (Shippensburg) 33:28, 85.Dustin Dixon-Sr (Missouri S’n) 33:30, 86.Jarkko JarvenpaaSo (Missouri S’n) 33:31, 87.David Goodman-So (So.Indiana) 33:32, 88.Russell Drummond-Fr (Colorado Mines) 33:32, 89.Barry McLaughlin-Jr (Edinboro) 33:34, 90.Beau Gradone-Rogers-Sr (Chico St) 33:34, 91.Eiger Erickson-So (Metro St) 33:35, 92.Eric Larson-So (Fla.Southern) 33:38, 93.Brandon Campbell-Sr (So.Indiana) 33:40, 94.Alfred Kangogo-So (Alaska-Anchorage/Kenya) 33:40, 95.Matt Meagher-Sr (Nova S’en) 33:41, 96.Matthew Rowell-Sr (Queens) 33:41, 97.Yonas Berhe-So (Western Wash) 33:42, 98.Sean Gelinas-Jr (UMass-Lowell) 33:45, 99.Cliff Miles-Sr (Pittsburg St) 33:45, 100.Jeff Nordquist-So (Grand Vly) 33:48, 101.Adam Volkert-Fr (Pittsburg St) 33:50, 102.Tim Testa-Sr (Pittsburg St) 33:52, 103.Greg Wilson-Jr (UMass-Lowell) 33:53, 104.Brandon Pomerantz-Sr (Lock Haven) 33:53, 105.Pat Fullerton-Jr (Stonehill) 33:57, 106.Travis Beniak-So (Augustana-SD) 33:57, 107.Derek Stone-Sr (Saginaw Vly) 33:58, 108.Zach MaresJr (Metro St) 33:59, 109.Eric McDonald-So (Umass-Lowell) 34:00, 110.Phillip Miller-Fr (SW Baptist) 34:02, 111.Kevin Gill-Jr (Stonehill) 34:04, 112.Dustin Thomas-Fr (Edinboro) 34:04, 113.George McCain-Jr (Mars Hill) 34:05, 114.Jacob Krolick-So (Edinboro) 34:07, 115.Matt Heesch-Sr (Augustana-SD) 34:08, 116.Manase Busienei-Fr (Harding) 34:09, 117.Nathan Newland-So (Metro St) 34:09, 118.Brian Yates-Fr (Queens) 34:10, 119.Brad Jochems-Jr (Pittsburg ST) 34:10, 120.Cmaeron Ayers-Sr (SW Baptist) 34:11, 121.Daniel Back-Jr (Augustana-SD) 34:15, 122.Ben Martucci-Jr (Florida Southern) 34:17, 123.Ethan Rissell-Jr (Shippensburg) 34:17, 124.Ethan Penny-Fr (Stonehill) 34:18, 125.Michael Wickman-Sr (Chico St) 34:19, 126.Gabriel Ghioca-So (Henderson St) 34:20, 127.Daniel Wang-So (UMass:Lowell) 34:21, 129.Michael Callison-Fr (SW Baptist) 34:21, 130.Steve O’Brien-Sr (UMass-Lowell) 34:23, 131.Aki Nummela-So (Missouri S’n) 34:25, 132.John Neill-Jr (Columbus St) 34:27, 133.Scott Ingram-So (Metro St) 34:27, 134.Jeremy Glassmaker-Sr (SW Baptist) 34:31, 135.Dickson Toroitich-So (Benedict) 34:36, 136.Brent Handa-Jr (Chico St) 34:38, 137.Tim Guerin-Sr (UMass-Lowell) 34:39, 138.Shawn Etzenhouser-Sr (SW Baptist) 34:40, 139.Ryan Evans-Fr (Augustana-SD) 34:45, 140.Marion Body-Jr (Saginaw Vly) 34:48, 141.Carl Arnold-Jr (Metro St) 34:53, 142.Kevin MeagherFr (Nova S’en) 34:55, 143.Michael Adams-So (Alaska Anchorage) 34:57, 144.Brendan Chwalek-Fr (Nova S’en) 34:58, 145.Sean Naderer-Fr (Edinboro) 34:59, 146.Justin Gragg-So (Mars Hill) 35:02, 147.John VanGundy-Jr (PittsburgST) 35:03, 148.Eric Blackburn-Fr (Mars Hill) 35:04, 149.Steve GentherSr (Saginaw Vly) 35:04, 150.Jason Patchett-Gillis-So (Florida S’n) 35:05, 151.Edward Buck-Fr (Shippensburg) 35:07, 152.Sean Stetler-Jr (Shippensburg) 35:09, 153.Matt Haffner-So (Pittsburg St) 35:10, 154.Derek WelmersSo (Saginaw Vly) 35:14, 155.Stewart Helton-Sr (Columbus St) 35:17, 156.Josh Andrews-Sr (Stonehill) 35:19, 157.Aaron Thomas-Jr (Mars Hill) 35:19, 158.Michael Jordan-Fr (So.Indiana) 35:23, 159.Zach Kovacik-Fr (FLorida S’n) 35:27, 160.Justin Kutter-Fr (Harding) 35:28, 161.Agustin ReyJr (Nova S’en) 35:34, 162.Nathan Prickett-So (Columbus St) 35:45, 163.John Besharat-Jr (Nova S’en) 35:47, 164.Ryan Johnson-So (Harding) 35:49, 165.John Blackburn-Jr (Florida S’n) 35:51, 166.Andrew Martucci-Jr (Florida S’n) 35:52, 167.Joe Pena-Jr (Nova S’en) 35:53, 168.Sam Pogue-Fr (Missouri S’n) 35:58, 169.Andrew Henderson-Fr (Columbus St) 36:05, 170.Nate Hatleback-Sr (Colorado Mines) 36:07, 171.Jonathan Junkins-So (Nova S’en) 36:33, 172.Ben Rumery-Jr (Stonehill) 36:37, 173.Ben Crenshaw-Sr (Mars Hill) 36:40, 174.William Estes-Fr (Alaska-Anchorage) 36:43, 175.Nick Niggemann-Fr (Missouri S’n) 36:52, 176.David Marley-Sr (Columbus St) 36:59, 177.Bryce Loudermilk-Fr (Florida S’n) 37:11, 178.Alan Campos-Jr (Chico St) 37:15, 179.Ben Richards-Sr (Saginaw Vly) 37:15, 180.Paul Rottich-Jr (Alaska Anchorage) 37:27, 181.Cameron Witherspoon-So (Mars Hill) 37:41, 182.Reece Jackson-So (Harding) 38:15; DNF-Futsum Mebrahtu (Queens)

WOMEN TEAMS Total 1. Adams State-CO 73 2. Grand Valley St.-MI 81 3. Missouri Southern 104 4. Seattle Pacific-WA 151 5. Alaska-Anchorage 158 6. Chico State-CA 172 7. Minnesota-Duluth 294 8. Western Washington 300 9. Western State-CO 306 10.Tampa-FL 308 11.Ferris State-MI 314 12.Southern Indiana 322 13.Augustana-SD 350 14.Kutztown-PA 355 15.Shippensburg-PA 357 16.Stonehill-MA 367

1 7 11 3 1 10 19 6 2 23 43 8 5 29 39 15 16

2 9 12 4 33 28 22 63 21 46 49 67 55 37 54 30 61

3 14 13 20 34 32 24 70 50 59 60 73 74 85 66 82 91

4 17 18 25 36 40 38 77 93 68 72 80 83 99 90 109 98

5 26 27 52 47 48 69 78 134 110 84 86 105 100 106 121 101

6 45 41 92 64 133 94 88 147 124 113 120 117 104 122 130 126

7 58 156 146 144 153 137 108 162 136 119 127 129 139 132 142 128

17.Bloomsburg-PA 391 18.Mary-ND 413 19.Harding-AS 441 20.Queens-NC 467 21.Metropolitan St.-CO490 22.Dalls Baptist-TX 526 23.U.Mass-Lowell 587 24.Columbus State-GA 603

31 53 44 42 56 51 97 62

35 57 75 65 71 89 111 103

81 87 95 76 79 107 116 131

96 102 112 125 135 138 123 150

148 114 115 159 149 141 140 157

158 118 145 164 163 143 151 165

161 160 154 152 155 -

INDIVIDUALS (6K) (Top 40 finishers earn All-American honors) 1. Jessica Pixler Seattle Pacific Sr 20:22.6 2. Sarah Porter Western Washington Jr 20:30.1 3. Ashley Siler Missouri Southern Jr 20:43.6 4. Kimi Shank Missouri Southern Sr 20:44.5 5. Mary Ballinger Southern Indiana Sr 20:45.9 6. Morgan Place Minnesota-Duluth So 20:53.0 7. Vivien Wadeck Cal.St.-Los Angeles Sr 21:02.8 8. Priscilla Jennings Millersville Sr 21:05.8 9. Alicia Nelson Adams State Fr 21:07.8 10. Sydney Laws Colorado School of Mines Sr 21:08.6 11. Jennifer Harpp Slippery Rock Sr 21:09.5 12. Christina Muir Ferris State Jr 21:11.0 13. Vanessa Roy Adams State Sr 21:12.3 14. Miriam Kipng’eno Alaska Anchorage/Kenya Fr 21:16.7 15. Katherine McCarthy Grand Valley St Jr 21:18.0 16. Eileen Creutz Grand Valley St Sr 21:26.1 17. Lynsey Ardingo Grand Valley St Sr 21:26.9 18. Sara Trane Florida Tech Sr 21:29.1 19. Kate Griewisch Lenoir-Rhyne So 21:30.0 20. Ashley Quintana Adams State Jr 21:31.6 21. Mary Dell Shippensburg Jr 21:32.0 22. Jeptui Cherutich NY Tech/Kenya Fr 21:33.4 23. Erin Carmone Stonehill Fr 21:33.7 24. Kristen McGlynn Adams State Jr 21:35.0 25. Whitney Bishoff Anderson-SC So 21:36.3 26. Amy Kolin Grand Valley St Jr 21:39.5 27. Tori Tyler Chico State Sr 21:43.4 28. Courtney Waltbillig Missouri Southern Sr 21:45.5 29. Christie Turak Mercyhurst Jr 21:46.1 30. Ali Paul Minnesota St.-Mankato So 21:47.3 31. Lauren Breihof Western Wash. So 21:48.7 32. Kara Lubieniecki Chico State Jr 21:50.8 33. Hillory Davis Western St. Jr 21:52.1 34. Alia Gray Chico State So 21:52.1 35. Ashley Bunch Missouri Southern Sr 21:53.9 36. Ashley Quick Hillsdale Jr 21:55.4 37. Janette Cary Adams State Sr 21:56.9 38. Jessie Vickers Grand Valley St. So 21:57.9 39. Ruth Keino Alaska Anchorage/Kenya So 21:58.2 40. Kathryn Hague Lewis Jr 21:59.3 41. Kyle Blakeslee Augustana-SD Fr 22:00.2 42. Laura Brustolon Southern Conn. St. Sr 22:02.2 43. Neely Spence Shippensburg So 22:05.0 44. Angela Borealo Bloomsburg Sr 22:06.2 45. Hallidie Wilt Alaska Anchorage Jr 22:09.9 46. Suzie Strickler Seattle Pacific Sr 22:11.5 47. Jane Larson Seattle Pacific Sr 22:12.0 48. Andrea Kellock Bloomsburg Sr 22:12.3 49. Natty Plunkett Seattle Pacific So 22:12.5 50. Molly Clark Augustana-SD Sr 22:13.4 51.Stephanie Consiglio-So (Chico St) 22:15, 52.Kristin Cupido-Jr (Kutztown) 22:15, 53.Shoshanna Keegan-So (Alaska-Anchorage) 22:17, 54.Sarah Simonetti=So (Phila.Univ.) 22;18, 55.Julia Nowak-So (Grand Valley) 22:20, 56.Jessica Neville-Jr (Queens-NC) 22:22, 57.Dara Fox-Sr (Tampa) 22:22, 58.Megan Rolland-Sr (Humboldt St) 22:23, 59.Katy Grant-Sr (Harding) 22:24, 60.Addison Lemaster-Jr (Adams St) 22:25, 61.Cassandra Ortiz-Fr (Western St) 22:25, 62.Kate Harline-Sr (Seattle Pacific) 22:25, 63.Laura CarrSr (Alaska Anchorage) 22:28, 64.Jessica Butler-Fr (Tampa) 22:29, 65.Courtney Olsen-Sr (West.Wash) 22:31, 66.Hannah Steffan-Sr (Dallas Baptist) 22:31, 67.Anne Ratermann-So (Truman St) 22:32, 68.Marlee Tegenkamp-Fr (Missouri Southern) 22:34, 69.Irene Kosgei-Jr (Univ.Mary/Kenya) 22:34, 70.Cristina Reimer-Jr (Kutztown) 22:34, 71.Sarah Whiteman-Sr (So.Indiana) 22:34, 72.Danielle Kehoe-So (Metro St) 22:36, 73.Dakota Wolf-Fr (Univ.Mary) 22:36, 74.Sofia Monroe-Jr (Adams St) 22:36, 75.Sophie McNeely-Fr (Western St) 22:38, 76.Alysha Duffy-Sr (Tampa) 22:40, 77.Lynley Joynt-Fr (Stonehill) 22:42, 78.Naomi Tanui-Jr (Columbus St/Kenya) 22:42, 79.Michelle Sancartier-So (Minn.-Duluth) 22:43, 80.Lisa Anderberg-Sr (Seattle Pacific) 22:44, 81.Maraya SLatter-Fr (Queens-NC) 22:47, 82.Becca Brandt-Fr (Kutztown) 22:48, 83.Megan Josey-Sr (Ferris St) 22:49, 84.Sarah Lyle-So (Western St)


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22:50, 85.Shannon Rich-So (Chico St) 22:50, 86.Dani Dell’orco-So (Truman St) 22:51, 87.Bridget Hines-Jr (Minn-Duluth) 22:52, 88.Jackline Toek-So (NY Tech/Kenya) 22:53, 89.Taebrooke Rutter-Sr (Metro St) 22:55, 90.Heather Nicolosi-Jr (Tampa) 22:55, 91.Paige Onweller-Jr (Ferris St) 22:55, 92.Adrienne Curtis-So (So.Indiana) 22:55, 93.Rysper Sirma-Jr (Harding/Kenya) 22:56, 94.Meagan Nedlo-Sr (Queens-NC) 22:58, 95.Alyssa Wendt-Sr (MinnDuluth) 23:01, 96.Rachael Stack-Sr (Minn-Duluth) 23:03, 97.Xenia FloresSo (Metro St) 23:04, 98.Anna Rudd-Fr (Ferris St) 23:04, 99.Katie Meck-So (Bloomsburg) 23:05, 100.Sarah Strayer-So (Shippensburg) 23:06, 101.Allie Krieger-Sr (So.Indiana) 23:06, 102.Sara Nelson-Sr (Tampa) 23:06, 103.Jillian Tholen-Sr (Augustana-SD) 23:07, 104.Alyssa Osika-Fr (Ferris St) 23:07, 105.Melissa Agnew-Fr (Univ.Mary) 23:08, 106.Whitney Hines-Jr (MinnDuluth) 23:10, 107.Carolyne Kwambai-Sr (Fla.Southern/Kenya) 23:11, 108.Tabbitha Ashford-Jr (Dallas Baptist) 23:11, 109.Cheryl Dingman-Sr (Kutztown) 23:24, 110.Jill ALves-So (Stonehill) 23:12, 111.Silvia Pineda-Sr (Missouri Southern) 23:13, 112.Kirsten Moore-Fr (West.Wash) 23:14, 113.Paige Henker-Fr (Chico St) 23:15, 114.Esther Kosgei-Sr (Harding)/Kenya) 23:16, 115.Victoria Davis-Fr (Bloomsburg) 23:17, 116.Lyra Clark-Jr (UMassLowell) 23:19, 117.Kristen Veit-Fr (Stonehill) 23:19, 118.Leah Hansen-Fr (Augustana-SD) 23:20, 119.Miriam Hovda-So (Augustana-SD) 23:21, 120.Jess Jarrard-Fr (Stonehill) 23:22, 121.Alyson Piccolo-Jr (Univ.Mary) 23:23, 122.Brittney Skiles-Jr (Columbus St) 23:25, 123.Alyssa Anderson-Sr (Augustana-SD) 23:25, 124.Jackie Henderson-So (So.Indiana) 23:25, 125.Maureen Watson-Sr (Kutztown) 23:27, 126.Ashley Alford-Sr (Dallas Baptist) 23:28, 127.Carolyn Wardell-Jr (Minn-DUluth) 23:29, 128.Kathleen FreySo (Shippensburg) 23:30, 129.Grace Eggleston-Fr (Western St) 23:32, 130.Sarah Bonomo-So (UMass-Lowell) 23:32, 131.Gladys Kimtai-So (Harding/Kenya) 23:33, 132.Kaia Hampton-Fr (Tampa) 23:33, 133.Kristen Neumiller-Jr (Univ.Mary) 23:34, 134.Naomi Landecker-Fr (Harding) 23:35, 135.Haley Catarius-Jr (UMass-Lowell) 23:37, 136.Lauren Minor-Fr (So.Indiana) 23:42, 137.Jennifer Agnew-Fr (Univ.Mary) 23:43, 138.Paige WilliamsSr (Tampa) 23:44, 139.Shelby Janutol-Fr (Ferris St) 23:45, 140.Emily DubsJr (Shippensburg) 23:45, 141.Stephanie Grimm-So (Kutzton) 23:46, 142.Kelly Walton-Fr (UMass-Lowell) 23:47, 143.Rachel Webb-Fr (Western St) 23:48, 144.Holly Annas-So (Queens) 23:49, 145.Lindsey Booth-Jr (Stonehill) 23:50, 146.Sarah Creed-Jr Ferris St) 23:51, 147.Kelly O’Toole-Jr (Stonehill) 23:53, 148.Christy Dixon-Sr (So.Indiana) 23:55, 149.Abigail Huber-Jr (Shippensburg) 23:57, 150.Kelli Arnold-Fr (Columbus St) 23:57, 151.Kerri Brown-Jr (Kutztown) 23:59, 152.Emma Bohman-Jr (Alaska-Anchorage) 23:59, 153.Sierra Brisky-So (Western Wash.) 24:02, 154.Kery Allen-So (Metro St) 24:03, 155.Annika Haughwout-Jr (Western St) 24:06, 156.Julie Shaw-Sr (Chico St) 24:06, 157.Linet Kibet-So (Dallas Baptist/Kenya) 24:07, 158.Annie Pfiefle-Fr (Augustana-SD) 24:07, 159.Ivory Farren-Jr (UMassLowell) 24:07, 160.Laura Mucho-Sr (Dallas Baptist) 24:09, 161.Lindsey Hollenshead-Jr (Shippensburg) 24:09, 162.Rachel Oncken-Jr (Dallas Baptist) 24:12, 163.Mary Williams-So Seattle Pacific) 24:16, 164.Mary Samoei-So (Harding/Kenya) 24:25, 165.Dora Eastin-Fr (Missouri Southern) 24:31, 166.Danielle Slaughter-Sr (Western Wash.) 24:32, 167.Krista Donsen-Fr (Bloomsburg) 24:42, 168.Morgan Thomas-Sr (Metro St) 24:42, 169.Ashley Arnold-Jr (Columbus St) 24:48, 170.Gina Butler-Fr (UMass-Lowell) 24:52, 171.Lacey Morrison-Sr (Dallas Baptist) 24:54, 172.Ariel Roelle-So (AlaskaAnchorage) 24:54, 173.Laura Lovett-Jr (Harding) 25:10, 174.Nicole SkotzFr (Umass-Lowell) 25:13, 175.Megan Maceratini-Jr (Grand Valley) 25:17, 176.Tiara Brown-Sr (Columbus St) 25:24, 177.Kelsey Harm-Fr (Bloomsburg) 25:38, 178.Katie Snow-Fr (Queens) 25:40, 179.Emilee Morehouse-Fr (Univ.Mary) 25:44, 180.Katie McShay-So (Bloomsburg) 25:48, 181.Emily Wallen-Fr (Western Wash) 26:10, 182.Krystin Yarkosky-So (Metro St) 26:54, 183.Sarah Khan-Sr (Queens) 27:12, 184.Hope Ard-Fr (Columbus St) 28:02;

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the swine and regular flu and he caught an unlucky break. “Peter has the heart of a champion and chose to run and defend his title where many would have not run at all. I can assure you he did not give up. He stated that with about a half-mile to go his legs just would not go any faster and his head was pounding. He spent the next 45 minutes in the medical tent with the doctor for he was too weak to stand. While we would have loved for him to pull it off, we are proud of his efforts and he will come back from this stronger than before.” While the men’s race was a runaway, the women’s outcome was anything but. St. Lawrence, with individual winner Wendy Pavlus paving the way, led Wisconsin-Eau Claire 48–99 through four scorers, but, as every x-country coach knows, you’re often only as good as your 5th runner. Eau-Claire completed its scoring when Jenna Smith crossed the finish line in 109th place (72nd team) to give the team a total of 171 points, then had to endure an agonizing wait for St. Lawrence’s fifth scorer to finish. Dozens of runners went by before Jackie Lemme finished in 181st place (132 team) to give St. Lawrence, which was ranked #6 in the final coaches’ poll, 180 points, 9 shy of Eau Claire’s total. It was the first National title for Eau Claire, whose 171 points is the secondhighest winning total since Div.III held its first championship in 1981. Ony Middlebury’s winning score of 179 points from last year is higher.

MEN TEAMS Total 1. North Central-IL 50 2. Williams-MA 181 3. Allegheny-PA 195 4. NYU 224 5. Cortland St.-NY 232 6. Geneseo St.-NY 271 7. Washington U.-MO285 8. Haverford-PA 333 9. Wisconsin-Platteville 345 10.Wisconsin-LaCrosse373 11.St. Lawrence-NY 375 12.Carnegie Mellon-PA 198 13.Calvin-MI 385 14.Emory-GA 402 15.Claremont-MS/CA 425 16.Wisconsin-Eau Claire 439 17.Amherst-MA 454 18.Heidelberg-OH 462 19.St. Thomas-MN 466 20.Willamette-OR 476 21.St. Olaf-MN 477 22.Dickinson-PA 485 23.Hamline-MN 496 24.Brandeis-MA 536 25.Colorado College 557 26.Manchester-IN 570 27.Nebraska Wesleyan 609 28.Elizabethtown-PA 631 29.Keene State-NH 644 30.Lynchburg-VA 679 31.R.I.T.-NY 685 32.Mt.Union-OH 813

1 2 3 8 12 13 28 16 43 5 48 4 379

2 6 26 11 23 34 29 46 59 40 52 47 45

3 10 32 44 27 55 62 69 66 93 57 73 50

4 15 33 49 61 56 71 72 77 96 102 13 54

5 17 87 83 101 74 81 82 88 111 114 138 110

6 20 173 168 109 95 103 122 174 116 147 120

7 25 212 199 97 135 189 161 178 192

35 9 37 30 31 60 21 42 19 24 22 7 14 64 65 18 63 1 79 94

36 38 39 75 51 85 41 53 84 58 78 90 68 76 91 142 125 117 127 136

67 80 106 92 108 86 89 98 99 70 121 104 126 123 132 153 134 165 141 185

107 131 115 105 118 112 143 129 100 133 124 148 156 130 159 155 152 190 157 197

140 144 128 137 146 119 172 154 175 200 151 187 193 177 162 163 `70 206 181 201

167 176 158 145 149 139 213 166 180 215 160 202 195 210 169 164 186 209 183 203

171 204 184 150 208 191 218 179 196 220 182 217 219 214 194 188 216 211 205 207

North Central (M), UW-Eau Claire (W) Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 21, 2009, mild, muddy, hilly Results and report: http://www.bw.edu/athletics/09ccnationals/

INDIVIDUALS (8K)

North Central: http://tinyurl.com/35jwaqb

1. Ricky Flynn 2. Michael Spain 3. Edgar Kosgey 4. Dan Ramsey 5. Jason Garvens 6. Ryan Carrigan 7. Paul Norton 8. Jesse Faller 9. Michael Heymann 10. Daniel Greeno 11. Jeramie Parker 12. Charlie Meade 13. Nathaniel Hird 14. Chris Marker

UW-Eau Claire: http://tinyurl.com/3xoelvd North Central lived up to its pre-meet role as favorite by winning the men’s team title with the greatest margin of victory in Div.III history, beating runnerup Williams by 131 points (50–181). The win increased North Central’s record number of titles, all won under the leadership of coach Al Carius, to 13. Carius was a 2-time Big-10 champion while competing for Illinois. Peter Kosgei, the defending champion, was leading with 600 meters to go when he was passed by Lynchburg’s Ricky Flynn, who went on to win in 25:09.8. Kosgei shockingly faded all the way to 43rd place, leading some cynics to suggest that he had given up when he saw that he couldn’t win. Hamilton coach offered this explanation for Kosgei’s performance: “Unfortunately, Peter woke up with the flu. He had not felt well on the trip out, but his condition worsened on Friday evening. Our campus has been battling both

(Top 35 finishers earn All-American honors) Lynchburg North Central Williams/Kenya St. Lawrence Wisconsin-Platteville North Central Brandeis-Jr Tufts Plattsburgh St. Bethel-MN Allegheny Emory North Central Allegheny

Sr Jr Sr Jr Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Sr Jr

25:09.8 25:32.2 25:34.2 25:35.7 25:36.2 25:37.4 25:37.8 25:40.0 25:40.3 25:41.1 25:44.1 25:46.4 25:46.7 25:50.2

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15. Zach Maher NYU Sr 25:51.7 16. Frank Devar Mary Washington-VA Sr 25:52.4 17. Kyle O’Brien Cortland St. Sr 25:52.9 18. Jackson Brainerd Colorado College So 25:54.7 19. Neal Klein North Central So 25:54.9 20. Michael Burnstein Washington U. So 25:56.4 21. Kyle Brady North Central Sr 25:58.1 22. Tyler Jasud Southern Maine Sr 25:58.1 23. Eric Reichert Elizabethtown So 25:59.6 24. Dobuol Ruon St. Olaf Jr 25:59.7 25. Nathan Rutz North Central So 25:59.9 26. Ben Sathre St. Thomas So 26:00.2 27. Ian Bauer Hamline Sr 26:01.7 28. Andrew Tobben Cornell College Jr 26:01.9 29. Eddie Novara Fredonia St.-NY So 26:03.4 30. Sebastian Schwelm NYU Jr 26:05.2 31. Greg Leak Dickinson Sr 26:06.0 32. Sean Carlson North Central Sr 26:06.6 33. Makorobondo Salukombo Denison-OH/Congo So 26:07.6 34. Francis Reynolds Puget Sound-WA Sr 26:08.4 35. Eric Kleinsasser Occidental-CA So 26:08.4 36. Josephat Koima Williams/Kenya So 26:08.5 37. Dustin Franta St. John’s-MN Jr 26:09.0 38. Matt Turlip NYU Jr 26:10.9 39. Bobby Henchen Geneseo St. Sr 26;13.1 40. Ryan O’Connor Geneseo St. Jr 26:16.3 41. Brent Kann Wisconsin-Eau Claire Sr 26:17.3 42. Chris Wasnetsky Scranton-PA Jr 26:17.5 43. Peter Kosgei Hamilton-NY/Kenya Sr 26:18.2 44. Daniel Murner Amherst Sr 26;18.5 45. Connor Kamm Williams Sr 26:19.1 46. Kevin McCarthy Wabash-IN So 26:20.0 47. Corey Watts Williams Sr 26:20.8 48. Sean Curry Cortland St. Fr 26:20.8 49. Nick Kramer Calvin So 26:21.5 50. Brian Fuller Springfield-MA Jr 26:22.0 51. Matt VanderRoest-Fr (Calvin) 26:23, 52.Wade Ekstrom-Sr (MacalesterMN) 26:25, 53.Brian Kopczynski-Jr (Claremont-Mudd-Scripps) 26:26, 54.Tommy Fyfe-Sr (Emory) 26:26, 55.Kramer Straube-Jr (Claremont-MuddScripps) 26:26, 56.Patrick Klein-Hr (UW-Platteville) 26:26, 57.Brian SamesSr (St.Thomas) 26:27, 58.Stefan Redfield-Jr (Willamette) 26:27, 59.Andrew Lanham-Sr (Haverford) 26:27, 60.Jakeb Zimmerman-Sr (Allegheny) 26:28, 61.Matt Jacob-So (Carnegie Mellon) 26:29, 62.Chris Zook-Sr (AugustanaIL) 26:30, 63.Dave Spandorfer-Jr (WashU) 26:31, 64.Heremy Mwenda-Jr (St.Lawrence/Kenya) 26:31, 65.Paul Moran-Sr (UW-LaCrosse) 26:32, 66.Tony Dipre-Sr (Allegheny) 26:32, 67.Dan Addis-Jr (Carn.Mellon) 26:32, 68.Brent Haglund-Sr (Augsburg-MN) 26:32, 69.Will Yochum-Jr (Amherst) 26:32, 70.Garrett Cichowitz-Jr (Grove City-PA) 26:33, 71.Dallas Vincent-Sr (UW-LaCrosse) 26:34, 72.Matt Parker-Jr (Willamette) 26:34, 73.J.P.AllersJr (Carn.Mellon) 26:35, 74.Eric Stermer-Sr (Cortland) 26:35, 75.Seth DuboisSr (Cortland) 26:36, 76.Alan Bowsher-Sr (Ohio Northern) 26:36, 77.Connor Lonning-Sr (UW-:LaCrosse) 26:36, 78.Andy Gregor-Sr (Dickinson) 26:36, 79.Chris Southwick-Jr (Haverford) 26:38, 80.Thompson Ogilvie-Sr (Bowdoin) 26:38, 81.Devin Butcher-Sr (Heidelberg) 26:38, 82.Calvin Lee-Sr (NYU) 26:38, 83.Nick Pardee-So (Geneseo) 26:38, 84.Jared Samuel-Sr (Keene) 26:38, 85.Andy Williams-Sr (Manchester) 26:39, 86.Jason Parks-Sr (Centre-KY) 26:39, 87.Brian Wurtz-Sr (Wheaton-IL) 26:40, 88.Logan WatleyNebraska Wesleyan) 26:40, 89.Anders Hulleberg-Jr (Haverford) 26:41, 90.Aaron Goodman-Sr (Calvin) 26:41, 91.Daniel Kraft-Jr (Colorado Coll.) 26:41, 92.Jason Lindelof-Jr (UW-Superior) 26:41, 93.Kwin Keuter-Jr (Wash.U.) 26:42, 94.Mike Tarkoff-Jr (Dickinson) 26:42, 95.Chris Mateer-So (Geneseo) 26:43, 96.Tucker Hartley-So (Wash.U) 26:44, 97.John JohnstonSo (St.Lawrence) 26:44, 98.Justin Wager-Sr (Cortland) 26:44, 99.Christopher Wirtz-Sr (UW-Eau Claire) 26:45, 100.Braden Nelson-So (Manchester) 26:45, 101.Tim Schoch-So (Haverford) 26:45, 102.Devin Monson-So (Hamline) 26:46, 103.Mike Brindak-Sr (RIT) 26:46, 104.Shawn Fisher-Sr (LinfieldOR) 26:46, 105.Alex Robin-Sr (Emory) 26:47, 106.Lee Berube-So (Geneseo) 26:48, 107.Matt Schwab-So (Wash.U.) 26:48, 108.Richard Bikko-Jr (Eastern Mennonite-VA) 26:48, 109.Zac Ross-Jr (Allegheny) 26:48, 110.Jacob Marotz-Sr (St.Olaf) 26:49, 111.Jake Lemon-Sr (Heidelberg) 26:49, 112.Scott Lasch-Sr (Heidelberg) 26:50, 113.Mark Springel-So (Williams) 26:50, 114.Joseph Carpenter-Jr (Haverford) 26:50, 115.Mike Connell-Sr (St.Thomas) 26:50, 116.Michael Schmidt-So (Middlebury-VT) 26:50, 117.Marc Boutin-So (Brandeis) 26:51, 118.Brian Copley-Sr (Nebraska Wesleyan) 26:51, 119.Thomas Breitbach-Jr (Wisc-Eau Claire) 26:52, 120.Dan Krauss-So (Grinnell) 26:52, 121.Nathan Petesch-Jr (Wisc-Platteville) 26:52, 122.Ty Griffin-Jr (Mt.Union) 26:52, 123.Tim Chichester-Sr (Geneseo) 26:53, 124.Matt Hoefs-Sr (Wisc-Platteville) 26:53, 125.Aron Kehoe-So (Wisc-Whitewater) 26:54, 126.Jesse Berube-Sr (Geneseo) 26:54, 127.Leo Castillo-So (Willamette) 26:55, 128.Jonathan Lambert-Jr (St.Olaf) 26:55, 129.Ben Wilson-Jr (St.Olaf) 26:56, 130.Eric Line-Fr (Oberlin-OH) 26:57, 131.Ryan BoydSr (NYU) 26:57, 132.Ben Flanagan-Sr (Hobart-NY) 26:58, 133.Steve

Tobochnik-Jr (Johns Hopkins-MD) 26:58, 134.Zach Wilhelmy-Fr (WiscLaCrosse) 26:58, 135.David Hamm-Fr (Wash.U.) 26:58, 136.Chris BrownSo (Brandeis) 26:58, 137.Josh Wieland-Jr (Wisc-Eau Claire) 27:00, 138.Brian Sutter-Sr (Claremont-Mudd-Scripps) 27:01, 139.George Visser-Sr (Calvin) 27:02, 140.Nicholas Gallagher-Jr (Whitworth) 27:02, 141.Eric Holaday-Sr (Amherst) 27:04, 142.Jerry Greenlaw-Sr (Cortland) 27:04, 143.Dario Donatelli-Sr (Carn.Mellon) 27:04, 144.Ray Ostrander-Jr (Cal Lutheran) 27:04, 145.Tony Kilburg-Sr (Wisc-Platteville) 27:04, 146.Bobby Over-Fr (Heidelberg) 27:05, 147.Geoff Millard-Sr (St.Lawrence) 27:05, 148.Justin DickmanSr (Ohio Northern) 27:06, 149.Sean Harrington-So (Wisc-LaCrosse) 27:06, 150.Florian Scheulen-Sr (Claremont-Mudd-Scripps) 27:07, 151.Jeff SmeilesSr (Messiah) 27:07, 152.Kyle Coghlan-Sr (Wisconsin-LaCrosse) 27:07, 153.Ryan Van Alstine-Jr (Lynchburg) 27:08, 154.Steven Corsello-Jr (Amherst) 27:08, 155.Jordan Karnes-So (Heidelberg) 27:09, 156.Nate Bussiere-Jr (Carnegie-Mellon) 27:09, 157.Chris Moore-Jr (Rhodes_ 27:09, 158.Ellis Richardson-So (Hamline) 27:10, 159.Seth Einterz-Jr (Wabash) 27:10, 160.Andrew Sturner-So (Haverford) 27:10, 161.Alec Womboldt-So (Manchester) 27:11, 162.Andy Johnson-Jr (Hamline) 27:11, 163.Eric Mcknight-Jr (Keene St) 27:12, 164.Andrew Wagner-Jr (Colorado COll.) 27:12, 165.Paul Thistle-Sr (Susquehanna) 27:12, 166.Michae Hardbarger-Sr (RIT) 27:14, 167.Matt Cummins-Jr (Claremont-Mudd-Scripps) 27:15, 168.Ben Donovan-So (Willamette) 27:16, 169.Bobby Torphy-Jr *Muhlenberg) 27:16, 170.Kyle Pletcher-Sr (Manchester) 27:16, 171.Paul WInterhalter-Sr (Emory) 27:17, 172.Neil Wolford-Sr (Nebraska-Wesleyan) 27:17, 173.Greg RedfieldFr (Johnson&Wales) 27:17, 174.Nick Karwoski-Sr (Dickinson) 27:17, 175.Brandon Schillemat-Jr (Keene St) 27:17, 176.Malik Nabulsi-So (Washington U.) 27:18, 177.Bryce Basista-Sr (Mt.Union) 27:20, 178.Mark SandersSr (Wisc-Eau Claire) 27:23, 179.Jacob Malcomb-Sr (St.Lawrence) 27:23, 180.Abad Akhtar-Jr (Stockton) 27:23, 181.Jamie Martin-So (Heidelberg) 27:24, 182.Alex Wrobel-So (Calvin) 27:24, 183.Nick Meeker-Sr (RIT) 27:24, 184.Charlie Larsen-So (Elixabethtown) 27;24, 185.Karl Dickman-Sr (Lewis&Clark) 27:25, 186.Tyler Iverson-So (St.Thomas) 27:25, 187.Greg Decker-Sr (Emory) 27:26, 188.Benjamin Pearson-Sr (Wisc-Eau Claire) 27:26, 189.Jimmy Swanson-Sr (Amherst) 27:27, 190.Jeremy Beaudette-Sr (St.Lawrence) 27:28, 191.Devon Hogate-Jr (Brandeis) 27:29, 192.John McGrail-Jr (Amherst) 27:30, 193.Otto Renner-Jr (Wisc-Eau Claire) 27:30, 194.Ian Campbell-Jr (Hamline) 27:31, 195.Sean Whitson-So (Virginia Wesleyan) 27:31, 196.Kevin Hoyt-So (Keene St) 27;31, 197.Colman Hatton-Sr (Bowdoin) 27:31, 198.Russell Speiden-So (Elizabethtown) 27:32, 199.Chris Platano-Sr (Willamette) 27:32, 200.Myles Lund-Sr (Elizabethtown) 27:33, 201.Josh Williams-Fr (Edgewood) 27:33, 202.David Wilder-So (Colorado Coll.) 27:34, 203.Brian Fulton-Sr (Mary Wash.) 27:37, 204.Mike Kurvach-So (R.I.T.) 27:37, 205.Matt Kurtis-Sr (Claremont-Mudd-Scripps) 27:38, 206.Ryan Osberg-Jr (Nebraska Wesleyan) 27:39, 207.Jamison Hull-Sr (Hamline) 27:40, 208.Scott Hayden-Sr (Wisc.-LaCrosse) 27:40, 209.Nate Stymiest-So (Wisc-Oshkosh) 27:41, 210.Kyle Wagner-Jr (Nebrask-Wesleyan) 27:41, 211.Evan Dearmitt-So (Elizabethtown) 27:42, 212.Colby Miller-So (ELizabethtown) 27:43, 213.Nick Schaefer-Sr (Wisc.-Stevens Point) 27:43, 214.Brandon Demers-Jr (Lynchburg) 27:43, 215.Nick Robol-Jr (Willamette) 27:44, 216.Ben Van Wyk-Jr (Calvin) 27:44, 217.Matthew Bailey-Sr (Juniata) 27:44, 218.Robert Joynt-Sr (NYU) 27:45, 219.Ben Paben-So (Nebraska Wesleyan) 27:45, 220.Timothy Pipp-Jr (Keene St) 27:45, 221.Dan Kerr-Fr (Calvin) 27:46, 222.Aaron Jenkins-So (Whitworth) 27:46, 223.Greg Dowe-Sr (St.Thomas) 27:47, 224.Ryan Sullivan-Jr (Allegheny) 27:48, 225.Brian LangJr (Rochester) 27:49, 226.Shane Lacy-So (Wisc.-Platteville) 27:49, 227.Chris Massey-Fr (St.Olaf) 27:50, 228.Tim Halinski-So (Emory) 27:51, 229.Evan Hitchcock-So (Ohio Wsleyan) 27:52, 230.Calvin Cook-Fr (Manchester) 27:52, 231.Terrence Fox-Sr (St.Lawrence) 27:52, 232.Ryan McLaughlin-Jr (Willamette) 27:53, 233.Charles Gamble-Sr (Carleton) 27:55, 234.Adrian Swanson-Jr (St.Olaf) 27:55, 235.Jared Burdick-Sr (R.I.T.) 27:56, 236.Colin Rogers-Fr (Hamline) 27:56, 237.Zach Miller-Jr (R.I.T.) 27:56, 238.Kris BrownJr (Claremont-Mudd-Scripps) 27:57, 239.Tim Kelly-So (Mt.Union) 27:58, 240.Jeff Trethewey-Jr (Keene St) 27:58, 241.Kerwin Vega-Jr (Brandeis) 27:59, 242.Chris Helsey-Jr (Elizabethtown) 28:01, 243.Aaron Whalen-Sr (WIsc.-Platteville) 28:01, 244.Nolan Compton-Fr (Lynchburg) 28:04, 245.John Gogle-So (Heidelberg) 28:07, 246.Bryant Wright-Sr (Trinity-TX) 28:09, 247.Chris Rizzo-Sr (Carnegie Mellon) 28:10, 248.Michael Dougan-So (Colorado COll.) 28:13, 249.Mike Rathje-So (Nebraska Wesleyan) 28:19, 250.Max Gerken-So (Colorado Coll.) 28:19, 251.Andrew Nussbaum-Sr (St.Olaf) 28:21, 252.Scott Wolfe-Jr (Mt.Union) 28:24, 253.Justin Kurp-Jr (Carnegie Mellon) 28:24, 254.Jared Newell-Jr (Cortland) 28:26, 255.Brian Krussel-Jr (Dickinson) 28:31, 256.Erik Reed-Jr (Mt.Union) 28:33, 257.Dan Anastos-Jr (Brandeis) 28:34, 258.Mickey Nadeau-Sr (Mt.Union) 28:35, 259.Barri Levinson-Sr (Emory) 28;36, 260.Nick Lowe-Sr (R.I.T.) 28:36, 261.Brian Robinson-Fr (Lynchburg) 28:37, 262.Tom Bocchino-Jr (College of New Jersey) 28:37, 263.Bryan McIntyre-Sr (Mt.Union) 28:38, 264.Kit Callahan-Sr (Amherst) 28:42, 265.William Orndorff-So (Lynchburg) 28:45, 266.Cole Jackson-Jr (Manchester) 28:51, 267.Lawrence Minor-So (Lynchburg) 28:52, 268.Matt Lacombe-Jr (Allegheny) 28:52, 269.Crawford HubbellSo (St.Thomas) 28:56, 270.Kerry Neilson-Jr (Manchester) 29:00, 271.Sean Galiczynski-So (Dickinson) 29:10, 272.Andrew Sears-Fr (Keene St) 29:14, 273.Ben Bray-Jr (Brandeis) 29:21, 274.Brian Farley-Fr (St.Thomas) 29;25,


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275.Andrew Vierra-Fr (Colorado Coll.) 29:32, 276.Dylan Straughan-So (Dickinson) 29:42. DNF-Jeff Perlis-Jr (Williams), Anthony Raduazo-Fr (Williams)

WOMEN TEAMS Total 1. Wisconsin-Eau Claire 171 2. St. Lawrence 180 3. Calvin 195 4. Middlebury 244 5. M.I.T. 254 6. Whitworth 291 7. Johns Hopkins 306 8. Williams 309 9. Geneseo St. 320 10.Washington U. 334 11.Carleton 357 12.Nebraska Wesleyan365 13.Wisconsin-Oshkosh398 14.Wesleyan 409 15.Case Western 411 16.Wartburg 447 17.Wisconsin-LaCrosse458 18.Dickinson 459 19.Central College 468 20.DePauw 469 21.Amherst 473 22.Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 487 23.Oberlin 500 24.NYU 508 25.Whitman 513 26.Rhodes 539 27.St. Olaf 557 28.Rensselaer (RPI) 573 29.Baldwin-Wallace 583 30.Haverford 626 31.Ithaca 641 32.Emory 776

1 14 1 25 20 9 16 37 34 12 13 7 6 2 15 10 29 5 32 46 3 51 22 4 78 63 41 45 53 79 17 94 81

2 24 8 26 27 21 19 42 38 56 35 18 68 54 47 23 64 43 40 61 87 66 48 52 85 73 88 59 109 91 130 108 112

3 30 11 33 44 36 50 57 55 70 39 67 71 76 75 116 84 103 74 77 89 69 104 111 98 90 121 131 117 107 155 119 192

4 31 28 49 60 86 58 65 83 82 118 126 92 120 123 127 97 140 124 114 96 125 150 133 113 122 142 138 137 152 156 141 193

5 72 132 62 93 102 148 105 99 100 129 139 128 146 149 135 173 167 189 170 194 162 163 200 134 165 147 184 157 154 168 179 198

6 80 136 106 145 110 175 144 115 101 143 159 158 169 187 160 176 182 204 181 201 171 209 211 153 180 190 205 221 164 203 197 210

7 95 177 151 166 172 218 195 174 178 161 213 185 191 196 186 188 199 223 215 217 202 222 214 216 183 220 208 224 212 207 206 219

INDIVIDUALS (6K) (Top 35 finishers earn All-American honors) 1. Wendy Pavlus 2. Marie Borner 3. Ayla Mitchell 4. Lauren Reich 5. Joanna Johnson 6. Katie Navarre 7. Stephanie Perleberg 8. Caitlin Masse 9. Jackie Spelts 10. Jenny Scherer 11. Simone Childs-Walker 12. Johannah Ludington 13. Maria Monks 14. Elaine Simpson 15. Jenna Hulton 16. Alicia Freese 17. Marci Klimek 18. Sandra Goettleman 19. Kerry Arouca 20. Taryn Surtees 21. Alyssa Sybilrud 22. Ravenna Neville 23. Joy Shufeldt 24. Emily Lipman 25. Laura Roach 26. Dana Misterek 27. Addie Tousley 28. Jacqui Wentz 29. Jennifer Tave 30. Justine Jeroski 31. Amy Wilfert 32. Margot Branigan 33. Margaret Ho 34. Jessica Koster 35. Katrina Gravel 36. Jesi Hale 37. Sarah Lange

St. Lawrence Bethel-MN Wisconsin-Oshkosh DePauw Oberlin Denison Wisconsin-LaCrosse Trinity-TX Nebraska Wesleyan St. Norbert Carleton St. Lawrence M.I.T. Case Western St. Lawrence Pomona-Pitzer Colleges Linfield Geneseo St. Westfield State Washington Univ. Wisconsin-Eau Claire Wesleyan Whitworth Haverford Carleton Whitworth Middlebury M.I.T. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Case Western Tufts Hamline Wisconsin-Eau Claire Calvin Colby Calvin Middlebury

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

21:28.0 21:45.8 21:46.3 21:50.5 21:54.2 21:57.1 22:21.2 22:21.7 22:22.6 22:26.4 22:27.4 22:28.7 22:29.5 22:30.5 22:31.5 22:32.2 22:32.6 22:33.3 22:34.1 22:36.0 22:36.2 22:37.2 22:38.4 22:39.1 22:39.3 22:39.4 22:43.6 22:43.6 22:43.8 22:44.1 22:46.3 22:48.2 22:50.5 22:50.9 22:51.6 22:53.9 22:54.8

38. Cassandra Knight Colby Sr 22:55.0 39. Jenny Schaffhouser Plattsburgh St. Sr 22:55.8 40. Megan Derby St. Lawrence So 22:56.8 41. Greta Sieve St. Catherine Sr 22:58.4 42. Anna Kraayenbrink Wartburg Sr 23:00.0 43. Katelyn Meger St. Scholastica Sr 23:03.0 44. Beth Easker Wisconsin-Eau Claire Jr 23:03.4 45. Hannah Humbach Wisconsin-Eau Claire Sr 23:04.0 46. Catie Ellingson Simpson Jr 23:04.5 47. Kim Powell Dickinson Jr 23:05.2 48. Lauren Bergstrom Calvin Sr 3:05.9 49. Jennifer Gossels Williams Fr 23:05.9 50. Molly Schlamb Washington U. Sr 23:07.6 51.Alina Gatowski-Jr (MIT) 23:09, 52.Jillian McLaughlin-Sr (Kalamazoo) 23:09, 53.Laura Paulsen-Sr (Johns Hopkins) 23:10, 54.Kerrin Epstein-Sr (Gettysburg) 23:10, 55.Casey Hess-So (Susquehanna) 23:11, 56.Jenn Cronin-Jr (Lebanon Valley) 23:12, 57.Olga Kondratjeva-Sr (Williams) 23:12, 58.Jessica Londeree-Jr (Washington U.) 23:13, 59.Catherine Campbell-So (Dickinson) 23:15, 60.Cybil Covic-Sr (Rhodes) 23:15, 61.Mira Patel-Sr (Johns Hopkins) 23:15, 62.Caitlin Dorgan-Jr (Delaware Vly) 23:15, 63.Katelyn Williams-Sr (Wisc-LaCrosse) 23:15, 64.Megan I’Grady-So (Carroll) 23:15, 65.Sophia Spring-Jr (Middlebury) 23:16, 66.Mary Pfeifer-So (Wittenberg) 23:17, 67.Maren Westby-So (St.Olaf) 23:17, 68.Amber Mayer-Sr (Central Coll.) 23:18, 69.Julia Mark-Fr (Wesleyan) 23:20, 70.Julia Rigby-So (Claremont-MS) 23:21, 71.Michelle Wallace-Sr (Coll. of New Jersey) 23:21, 72.Hayley Walker-So (Puget Sound) 23:21, 73.Kerry Devitt-Sr (Illinois Wesleyan) 23:22, 74.Lauren Mesi-Sr (Brockport St) 23:23, 75.Jodi Hoekstra-So (Calvin) 23:23, 76.Tonya Turner-Jr (Whitworth) 23:25, 77.Ali Simeone-Fr (Amherst) 23:25, 78.Sara Terashima-Fr (Oberlin) 23:26, 79.Marie Ferro-Fr (RPI) 23:27, 80.Jenny Piskor-Jr (Wisc-Oshkosh) 23:27, 81.Elly Teitsworth-Sr (Williams) 23:28, 82.Randelle Boots-Fr (Wellesley) 23:28, 83.Marissa Liberati-Fr (GeneseoSt) 23:29, 84.Heather Waterman-Hr (Franklin) 23:29, 85.Linda Keller-Fr (Minnesota-Morris) 23:29, 86.Annie Cekada-Fr (Wilmington-OH) 23:30, 87.Jennifer Parisi-Jr (Wheaton-IL) 23:31, 88.Cecilia Furlong-So (Johns Hopkins) 23:31, 89.Kathryn Williams-Jr (Whitworth) 23:32, 90.Emma Lee-Fr (St.Olaf) 23:32, 91.Tina Patel-Sr (Willamette) 23:33, 92.Elise Moody-RobertsSo (Middlebury) 23:33, 93.Angie Berry-Sr (Central) 23:34, 94.Amanda Laesch-Sr (North Central) 23:34, 95.Elizabeth Smit-Sr (Calvin) 23:35, 96.Yasmeen Colis-Sr (Whitman) 23:35, 97.Michele Callaway-So (Whittier) 23:36, 98.Jennifer Kuiken-Sr (Wartburg) 23:38, 99.Liz Provost-Fr (Johns Hopkins) 23:38, 100.Megan Vandenhengel-Sr (Elizabethtown) 23:39, 101.Hallie Schwab-Jr (Amherst) 23:40, 102.Mikayla Murphy-Jr (UC-Santa Cruz) 23:40, 103.Alison Smyth-So (Carleton) 23:41, 104.Haley Sutter-Jr (Nebraska Wesleyan) 23:42, 105.Sophia Galleher-Sr (Amherst) 23:41, 106.Lauren NortonSo (Rochester) 23:42, 107.Liz Montgomery-Sr (Geneseo) 23:42, 108.Amanda Costello-Fr (Nebraska-Wesleyan) 23:42, 109.Jenna Smith-Sr (Wisc-Eau CLaire) 23:42, 110.Sara McCune-Sr (Whitman) 23:42, 111.Rose Haag-Sr (Pomona-Pitzer) 23:43, 112.Mary Hamilton-Sr (Dickinson) 23:44, 113.Rose Keogh-Fr (Wesleyan) 23:44, 114.McKenzie Kelly-Fr (Wisc-Oshkosh) 23:46, 115.Hannah Anderson-Sr (Central) 23:46, 116.Joan Kanarkiewicz-So (NYU) 23:46, 117.Kim Chinn-Jr (Baldwin-Wallace) 23:46, 118.Heather Stalter-Sr (Mt.Union) 23:47, 119.Elizabeth Prunty-Jr (Wisc-Eau Claire) 23:47, 120.Emily Wobb-Fr (Carnegie Mellon) 23:48, 121.Rebecca Fink-Sr (Emory) 23:48, 122.Maggie Morris-Sr (Geneseo) 23:48, 123.Lauren Goldstein-Kral-So (Williams) 23:48, 124.Heather Jelen-Sr (Bethel) 23:49, 125.Amanda KuikenSr (Wartburg) 23:49, 126.Maeve Evans-So (NYU) 23:49, 127.Tania Morimoto-So (MIT) 23:50, 128.Ellen Mail-Sr (DePauw) 23:50, 129.Stefanie BraunSo (Plattsburgh) 23:50, 130.Taylor Stephens-So (Rhodes) 23:52, 131.Claire Hollis-So (DePauw) 23:52, 132.Kristen Ballinger-Jr (Whitman) 23:53, 133.D’Arcy Hlavin-Sr (Baldwin-Wallace) 23:53, 134.Hannah Kimnberg-So (Nebraska-Wesleyan) 23:53, 135.Amanda Quinlan-Sr (Middlebury) 23:53, 136.Heidi Baumbach-So (Ithaca) 23:53, 137.Kacey Rindy-So (Wisc-Eau Claire) 23:54, 138.Jess Macy-Fr (DePauw) 23:54, 139.Lori Tlach-Jr (Wartburg) 23:55, 140.Kirsten Keller-Fr (NYU) 23:55, 141.Annie Dear-Fr (Williams) 23:57, 142.Brigid Heenan-Fr (Geneseo) 23:57, 143.Alyssa Smith-So (Geneseo) 23:59, 144.Brooke Johnson-Fr (MIT) 23:59, 145.Alison Kolinski-Sr (Wisc-LaCrosse) 24:01, 146.Jennie Pernisi-Jr (Lynchburg) 24:01, 147.Carla Lewis-Sr (McMurry) 24:02, 148.Breanna Deutsch-So (Claremont-MS) 24:02, 149.Nadia McMillan-Sr (Johns Hopkins) 24:03, 150.Gretchen Braymer-Jr (Calvin) 24:03, 151.Erin Rhodes-Sr (Messiah) 24:04, 152.Sarah Rospert-Fr (Baldwin-Wallace) 24:04, 153.Amanda Boccio-Sr (Ithaca) 24:04, 154.Grace Tilton-Fr (RPI) 24:06, 155.Jouhan Allende-Sr (RIT) 24:07, 157.Clara ShawSr (Oberlin) 24:07, 158.Natalie Fenn-Jr (Emory) 24:07, 159.Kerra Vick-Fr (NYU) 24:08, 160.Paige Mills-So (Keene St) 24:08, 161.Amy Ledvina-Sr (Central) 24:10, 162.Meghan Shea-Jr (Williams) 24:10, 163.Andrea Fischione-Jr (Case Western) 24:11, 164.Christine Koch-Jr (RPI) 24:11, 165.Elizabeth Phillips-So (Washington) 24:12, 166.Melanie McCormick-Sr (Ithaca) 24:12, 167.Allison Gehl-Jr (Wisc-Oshkosh) 24:12, 168.Melissa Defabrizio-Sr (Rhodes) 24:13, 169.Michela Corcorran-Sr (Whitman) 24:13, 170.Sarah White-Jr (Wesleyan) 24:14, 171.Grayce Selig-Jr (Brandeis) 24:14, 172.Sarah Romano-Sr (Dickinson) 24:14, 173.Lauren Hooks-Fr (North Central) 24:15, Continued on next page


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174.Melissa Sullivan-So (Amherst) 24:16, 175.Taylor Ffitch-So (Carleton) 24:16, 176.Natalia Cabrera-So (Case Western) 24:18, 177.Katie Nelson-So (Nebraska-Wesleyan) 24:18, 178.Eria Jackey-So (Washington) 24:18, 179.Elizabeth Zoidis-Jr (Haverford) 24:18, 180.Michaela McLaughlin-Sr (St.Olaf) 24:19, 181.Jackie Lemme-Fr (St.Lawrence) 24:22, 182.Cordelia Heffernan-Sr (Case Western) 24:23, 183.Paige Zelinsky-So (NYU) 24:23, 184.Colleen Heffernan-Sr (Case Western) 24:23, 185.McKayla Nuffer-So (St.Lawrence) 24:24, 186.Erin Kyle-Sr (RPI) 24:24, 187.Abigail Smith-Sr (St.Olaf) 24:26, 188.Nicole Reich-Sr (Carleton) 24:26, 189.Zoe Browne-Sr (Wisc-LaCrosse) 24:27, 190.Jennifer Cooper-So (Mississippi Coll.) 24:27, 191.Bridget Hastings-Sr (Ithaca) 24:28, 192.Kelsey Dudziak-Jr (Rhodes) 24:29, 193.Bronwyn Bedrick-Fr (Washington) 24:29, 194.Mary O’Grady-Sr (Johns Hopkins) 24:29, 195.Claire McIlvennie-So (Middlebury) 24:29, 196.Mallory Burk-Jr (Wisc-Oshkosh) 24:30, 197.Anna Johnson-Jr (Rhodes) 24:31, 198.Jo E Mayer-Sr (Whitworth) 24:34, 199.Tess Crain-So (Wesleyan) 24:34, 200.Laura Wyatt-Fr (Claremont-MS) 24:35, 201.Sarah Dugan-Sr (Calvin) 24:37, 202.Karin Coyne-Jr (Baldwin-Wallace) 24:37, 203.Laura Santoski-So (NYU) 24:38, 204.Krysten Kovach-Jr (Baldwin-Wallace) 24:37, 205.Alice Vienneau-So (Haverford) 24:38, 206.Harper Hubbeling-Jr (Haverford) 24:38, 207.Danielle Cohen-Jr (RPI) 24:40, 208.Kate Hannon-Jr (Nebraska-Wesleyan) 24:40, 209.Irene Koplinka-Loeher=Sr (Carleton) 24:41, 210.Kristen Hederstrom-Jr (Case Western) 24:42, 211.Sangeeta Hardy-Jr (Washington) 24:43, 212.Mercedes Taylor-Jr (Amherst) 24:44, 213.Ashley Scott-Jr (Claremont-MS) 24:45, 214.Katherine White-Jr (Baldwin-Wallace) 24:45, 215.Heather O’Moore-Sr (Whitman) 24:47, 216.Erin Toner-Jr (Middlebury) 24:48, 217.Kriston Siemianowski-So (Wisc-LaCrosse) 24:49, 218.Andrea Tocci-Fr (Haverford) 24:51, 219.Cassie Petersen-Jr (WiscOshkosh) 24:52, 220.Mel McDermott-Fr (Central) 24:53, 221.Sarah Daly-Fr (Amherst) 24:57, 222.Missy Showers-Fr (MIT) 24:57, 223.Nicole CalabreseSr (Wartburg) 24:57, 224.Bret Scofield-Sr (Williams) 24:57, 225.Emily Morehouse-Sr (Whitworth) 24:59, 251.Rachel Bol,dt-Jr (Wisc-LaCrosse) 25:21, 252.Julia Beebe-Jr (Oberlin) 25:24, 253.Kelsey Moore-So (DePauw) 25:25, 254.Keri Lambert-Fr (Amherst) 25:25, 255.Caitlin Tully-Jr (Haverford) 25:26, 256.Julie Platt-So (Dickinson) 25:26, 257.Nellie Adams-Sr (St.Olaf) 25:26, 258.Meghan Shanley-Fr (Ithaca) 25:27, 259.Kaitlyn Shank-So (Haverford) 25:29, 260.Alison Steinbrunner-Fr (Ohio Northern) 25:31, 261.Laura CookJr (St.Olaf) 25:31, 262.Aubrey Zimmerling-Fr (Claremont-MS) 25:32, 263.Melanie Frank-Fr (Emory) 25:35, 264.Nina Cole-So (Oberlin) 25:35, 265.Julie Kotesovec-So (Baldwin-Wallace) 25:36, 266.Kaitlin Randolph-So (Carleton) 25:38, 267.Katherine Telfeyan-Sr (Wash.&Lee) 25:43, 268.Kristina Witcher-Fr (Oberlin) 25:54, 269.Rachelle Tipton-Sr (Central) 25:54, 270.Emily Olsen-Jr (NYU) 25:57, 271.Julie Southworth-Sr (DePauw) 26:04, 272.Kaitlin Hildebrand-Sr (Whitworth) 26:08, 273.Jena Peacock-So (Rowan) 26:12, 274.Olivia D’Angelo-Fr (Emory) 26:14, 275.Marianne Kirk-Jr (Rhodes) 26:16, 276.Ariel Hubert-Sr (RPI) 26:27, 277.Kate Crawford-Fr (ClaremontMS) 26:47, 278.Rebecca Robbins-So (Dickinson) 27:05, 279.Ariel MingroneSo (RPI) 27:48.

NAIA Third in a Row for Malone (M) First for Cal State-San Marcos (W) Fort Vancouver Park-Vancouver,WA, November 21, 2009, tough, muddy, cold. Men: http://naia.cstv.com/sports/m-xc/spec-rel/112109aaa.html Women: http://naia.cstv.com/sports/w-xc/spec-rel/112109aaa.html

Pfeifer said later, “[Scott] looked dazed. We didn’t have the official scores yet, and it was going to be close, but I asked him where this would stand, if his team won, in his pantheon of track history. He said, ‘Well, it would be the biggest thing ... in my whole life!’ This from a man who had a Hall of Fame career as one of the greatest milers in U.S. history! The emotional Scott then ran off to join his team and the eventual celebration when they were officially declared the winners.” Not so close in the men’s race, as Malone beat 2nd-place Concordia (NE) by 122 points (44–166). It was the third title in a row for Jack Hazen’s Pioneers, who got a 3–5 finish from juniors Aaron Melhorn and James Zeuch. Southern Oregon, ranked #1 in the final coaches’ poll, finished 3rd with 188 points. Shorter junior Justyna Mudy (17:30), 3rd in 2008, won the women’s race over Azusa Pacific junior Jackie Kipwambok (17:51) and Lindenwood senior Francine Nzilampa (17:56), who were 2nd and 8th, respectively, at last year’s championships. Mudy is the reigning NAIA steeplechase champion. It was a tight battle for the men’s individual crown, with Oklahoma Christian sophomore Silas Kisorio (28th in 2008) edging McKendree freshman Carlson Kemei for the win (24:23-24;24). Kisorio won the 800 meters at the NAIA Outdoor Championships this past May.

MEN (8K) TEAMS Total 1. Malone 44 2. Concordia-NE 166 3. Southern Oregon 188 4. Shawnee State 229 5. Embry-Riddle 264 6. Simon Fraser 275 7. Aquinas 305 8. McKendree 346 9. British Columbia 348 10.College of Idaho 357 11.Olivet Nazarene-IL 359 12.Eastern Oregon 363 13.Concordia-OR 371 14.Oklahoma Christian 390 15.Oklahoma Baptist 409 16.Dakota State-SD 439 17.Cal.St.-San Marcos 441 18.Shorter-GA 445 19.Cedarville-OH 454 20.Marian-IN 479 21.Rio Grande-OH 479 22.Lewis-Clark-ID 501 23.Cornerstone-MI 513 24.Lindenwood-MO 519 25.Westmont-CA 538 26.Southwestern-KS 544 27.Bryan-TN 549 28.Doane-NE 571 29.Northwood-TX 792 30.St. Ambrose-IA 816 31.Xavier-Louisiana 1017 32.Holy Names-CA 1021

1 3 7 6 21 9 13 40 2 15 25 18 14 49 1 51 22 19 32 35 23 27 69 5 34 74 30 54 24 17 98 157 179

2 4 8 26 38 12 31 41 36 62 46 29 28 52 45 59 61 76 71 63 77 60 87 57 44 82 53 58 73 183 156 212 201

3 10 33 39 48 20 42 55 91 65 83 100 90 64 78 89 95 88 97 107 85 79 103 124 123 115 125 135 138 193 166 214 206

4 11 50 47 56 86 81 67 96 93 94 101 112 80 84 92 114 127 117 120 141 150 110 159 144 122 167 148 164 196 188 216 215

5 16 68 70 66 137 108 102 121 113 109 111 119 126 182 118 147 131 128 129 153 163 132 168 174 145 169 154 172 203 208 218 220

6 37 72 106 99 158 139 104 134 130 142 162 146 136 192 143 180 170 155 149 177 197 151 171 191 165 178 194 187 213 211 219 -

7 43 75 133 116 186 205 105 160 140 176 185 175 173 210 152 199 189 202 184 207 200 161 190 204 198 181 209 195 217 221 -

CS-San Marcos: http://tinyurl.com/ychdsx5 Malone: http://www3.malone.edu/athletics/press-releases?release=273 Kisorio: http://tinyurl.com/yeow3zg Mudy: http://tinyurl.com/ygyxmx4 Runnerspace.com(photos, videos) http://www.runnerspace.com/video.php?do=view&video_id=17815 The race for the women’s title provided the closest finish in NAIA history (women), with Cal. State-San Marcos beating runnerup Biola by only 3 points, 137–140. (The 137 total is the second-highest winning score ever). Pre-race favorite Azusa Pacific finished 5th in the challenging conditions. It was the first national title for CSSM and head coach Steve Scott, who said after the race, "It was quite a shock. You know that anything can happen, especially in these conditions. Before the race, I told the team that this would be the hardest race they'll ever run.” Scott’s team was led by senior Dallon Williams, who finished 7th for the second year in a row. As Scott was standing by the finish line at the end of the race, he was reading off the finishes of different teams to his assistant coach. When they totaled up their own score, veteran observer Jack Pfeifer, who was helping them identify runners as they came in, said, “You might have won!”

INDIVIDUALS (8K) 1. Silas Kisorio 2. Carlson Kemei 3. Aaron Melhorn 4. Abdenego Magut 5. James Zeuch 6. Zach Ripley 7. David Laney 8. Dana Schmidt 9. Zach Meineke 10. Evans Kirwa 11. Paul Robinson 12. Christopher Sinick 13. Neil Grundman 14. Sam Vazquez 15. Kevin Frisen 16. DJ Flores 17. Luc Bruchet 18. Evan Gaynor 19. Alfred Kite 20. Kenny MacDonough

Oklahoma Christian/Kenya McKendree/Kenya Malone Azusa Pacific/Kenya Malone Cornerstone Southern Oregon Concordia-NE Concordia-NE Embry-Riddle/Kenya Malone Malone Graceland Embry-Riddle Simon Fraser/Canada Eastern Oregon British Columbia/Canada Malone Northwood/Kenya Olivet Nazarene

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

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21. Muluken Beressa Cal. St.-San Marcos 22. Russel Snyder Embry-Riddle 23. Austin Ellis Milligan-TN 24. Corey Culbertson Shawnee St. 25. Anthony Dreslan Dakota St. 26. Kyle Murray Marian 27. Sufian Kimo Doane 28. Matt Ditzler Friends-KS 29. Greg Montgomery College of Idaho 30. Basil Melek Lubbock Christian-TX 31. Dennis McCaffrey Southern Oregon 32. Bryce Wilson Rio Grande 33. Forrest Lumpry Eastern Oregon 34. Drew Collette Olivet Nazarene 35. Jesiah Rodriquez Siena Heights-MI 36. Andrew Topham Southwestern 37. Ryan Meyer William Woods-MO 38. Alex Bett Union-TN/Kenya 39. Ryan Brockerville Simon Fraser/Canada 40. Eliud Ng-etich Shorter/Kenya 41. Joel Chirchir Park-MO/Kenya 42. David Goeglein Concordia-NE 43. Benson Chepkwony Southern Nazarene/Kenya 44. Mustapha Habbani Lindenwood/France 45. T.J. Badertscher Cedarville 46. Elkana Kipsang McKendree/Kenya 47. Anthony Migliozzi Malone 48. Izzie Miranda Lubbock Christian-TX 49. Galen Dills Shawnee State 50. Andrew Milne Southern Oregon (Top 30 finishers earn All-American honors)

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51. Mike Gravelyn-So (Aquinas) 26:07, 52.Dustin Heller-So (Aquinas) 26:08, 53.Keir Forster-So (Simon Fraser/Canada) 26:10, 54.Wilbourn Kosgei-Sr (Montreat-NC/Kenya) 26:10, 55.Nick Meeson-Fr (Malone) 26:11, 56.Samson Kibet-Fr (Lindenwood/ Kenya) 26:11, 57.Geoffrey Njonjo-Fr (Okla.Christian/Kenya) 26:11, 58.Paul Sartin-Jr (Coll. of Idaho) 26:11, 59.Ryan Sorenson-So (So.Oregon) 26:13, 60.Mike Hernandez-Jr (Central Methodist-MO) 26:13, 62.Marcus Nelson-Fr (Concordia-OR) 26:14, 63.Luka Thor-Sr (Concordia-NE) 26:15, 64.Nathan Ellis-So (Okla.Baptist) 26:15, 65.Charles Cummings-Sr (Concordia-OR) 26:16, 66.Frank Adelman-Fr (Southwestern) 26:16, 67.Bryson Harper-So (Bryan) 26:19, 68.Mike Morgan-So (Aquinas) 26:19, 69.Josh Linkous-Jr (Shawnee State) 26:20, 70.Alex Green-Jr (Cornerstone) 26:21, 71.Zach Buffington-Jr (Bryan) 26:22, 72.Craig Donnelly-Sr (Okl.Baptist) 26:22, 73.Matt Spencer-Jr (Rio Grande) 26:22, 74.Devon Berkness-Jr (Dakota St) 26:22, 75.Ben Thistelwood-Jr (Brit. Columbia/Canada) 26:22, 76.Evan Thayer-So (Cedarville) 26:23, 77.Martin Romero-Clark-Sr (Concordia-OR) 26:24, 78.Jason Rose-Jr (Will.Woods) 26:24, 79.Kerry Kazuta-Sr (Brit.Columbia/Canada) 26:24, 80.Kyle Anderson-Fr (Spring Arbor-MI) 26:24, 81.Brian Rakestraw-Sr (Evergreen) 26:24, 82.Tyler Hickey-Sr (Shawnee St) 26:25, 83.Robert Veldman-Sr (Aquinas) 26:26, 84.Tyson Billings-Jr (Concordia-NE) 26:26, 85.Chris McConnell-Jr (Lewis-Clark) 26:26, 86.Ryan GelfiJr (Southern Oregon) 26:26, 87.Steven Rich-Jr (Shorter) 26:27, 88.Bryan Eicher-Sr (Hastings) 26:27, 89.Samuel Robison-Jr (NW Christian-OR) 26:28, 90.Jon Grotefendt-Sr (Concordia-NE) 26:28, 91.Emmanuel Ramirez-Sr (Will.Woods) 26:30, 92.Edwin Ronoh-So (Doane) 26:30, 93.Phillip Tonui-So (Hannibal-LaGrange-MO/Kenya) 26:30, 94.Jacob Goodin-Jr (Westmont) 26:30, 95.Colin Morrissey-Fr (COncordia-NE) 26:31, 96.Michael Pabody-Sr (Taylor) 26:32, 97.Korey Humbertson-Jr (Oregon tech) 26:32, 98.Matt LoweSo (Brescia-KY) 26:32, 99.David Edwards-Sr (CS-San Marcos) 26:33, 100.Michael Foerster-Sr (Marian) 26:33, 101.Frezer Legesse-So (Okla.Christian/Ethiopia) 26:33, 102.Josphat Sawe-Jr (Central Methodist/Kenya) 26:34, 103.Nick Wilson-Fr (Rio Grande) 26:34, 104.Cordero Cisneros-So (Concordia-OR) 26:34, 105.Josh Laughlin-Sr (Cumberlands-TN) 26:34, 106.David Wambui-Sr (Simon Fraser) 26:35, 107.Jake Jeanson-Fr (Westmont) 26:35, 108.Kiprotich Langat-So (Coll.of Idaho/Kenya) 26:36, 109.David McWilliamsFr (Okla.Christian) 26:36, 110.Thomas Jeschke-Sr (Marian) 26:37, 111.Nick Gehlsen-Sr (Embry-Riddle) 26:38, 112.Timmy McCune-Sr (Wayland BaptistTX) 26:38, 113.Sean Huey-Jr (Lewis-Clark) 26:38, 114.Ignacio Fernandez-Fr (Savannah Coll. of Art & Design) 26:38, 115.Mike Glinski-Sr (Siena HeightsMI) 26:38, 116.Chris Capeau-Sr (CS-San Marcos) 26:39, 117.Brandon Dickinson-Jr (Okla.Baptist) 26:39, 118.Andrew Hawks-So (Davenport-IA) 26:40, 119.Kipp Schuler-Jr (Dana-NE) 26:40, 120.Devin White-Fr (Eastern Oregon) 26:40, 121.Travis Lavin-So (McKendree) 26:41, 122.Neal Ellis-Fr (Okla.Baptist) 26:41, 123.Brent Van Schepen-Sr (Dordt-IA) 26:41, 124.Sammy ChavezSr (Dickinson St.-ND) 26:42, 125.Jordan Smith-So (Brit.COlumbia) 26:42, 126.J.J. Burk-Sr (Coll.of Idaho) 26:43, 127.Matt Fideler-Jr (Dakota St) 26:43, 128.Blake Delong-Fr (McKendree) 26:43, 129.Nicolas Toscan-Fr (Shorter) 26:44, 130.John Darmody-So (St.Ambrose) 26:44, 131.Chuck Wentz-Jr (Shawnee St) 26:44, 132.Kasey Ferrigan-Fr (Olivet Nazarene) 26;46, 133.Justin Jones-So (Olivet Nazarene) 26;46, 134.Kolin Stickney-So (Aquinas) 26:46, 135.Birch Haraden-Sr (Black Hills) 26:46, 136.Eric Tuwei-

Sr (Lewis-Clark/Kenya) 26:47, 137.Victor Ramirez-Jr (Aquinas) 26:47, 138.James Lanciaux-Fr (Aquinas) 26:47, 139.Nicholas Hestand-So (Evangel) 26:49, 140.Sean Smith-Fr (St.Francis-IL) 26:50, 141.Hector Aleman-Jr (Southern Oregon) 26:51, 142.Rob Trennepohl-Sr (Cedarville) 26:52, 143.Mitchell Culley-Jr (Simon Fraser) 26:52, 144.Tom Robertson-Sr (Taylor) 26:54, 145.Eayoall Atsbeha-Jr (Jr (Rocky Mountain) 26:54, 146.Dan Neidlinger-Jr (Friends) 26:55, 147.Dominic Bolin-Fr (Coll. of Idaho) 26:55, 148.Karim Shakalia-Jr (Warner-Pacific) 26:55, 149.Josh Shrewsbury-Fr (Lewis-Clark) 26:55, 150.Andrew Clausen-Sr (Olivet Nazarene) 26:56, 151.Terry Johnsen-So (Eastern Oregon) 26:56, 152.Nigel Hole-Jr (Brit.Columbia) 26:56, 153.Nathan Mesta-So (Kansas Wesleyan) 26:57, 154.Tyler Van Peursem-Sr (Dakota St) 26:57, 155.Sean Adams-Sr (Westmont) 26:58, 156.Michael Owen-Jr (Shawnee St) 26:59, 157.Ahmed KhalifFr (Graceland) 26:59, 158.Jerad Godsave-Sr (Shorter) 26:59, 159.Caleb ClarkSo (Okla.Baptist) 26:59, 160.Ryan Booth-Fr (Eastern Oregon) 27:00, 161.Joe Cathey-So (Cedarville) 27:00, 162.Darren Hooks-So (McKendree) 27:01, 163.Austin Warner-So (Trinity Christian) 27:02, 164.Garrison Gourdeau-So (Westmont) 27:02, 165.Brian Soule-So (Lindenwood) 27:02, 166.Thomas Madut-Sr (Dakota Wesleyan) 27:03, 167.Billy Carl-Jr (Cornerstone) 27:04, 168.Conner Drendel-So (Southwestern) 27:05, 169.Jessy Brown-Sr (Concordia-OR) 27:05, 170.Steve Snyder-Fr (Lee) 27:06, 171.Chris Strasheim-Fr (CS-San Marcos) 27:06, 172.Zach Burns-Fr (Indiana East) 27:07, 173.Doug Kalmbach-Fr (Shorter) 27:07, 174.Javier Madrid-So (Cal Baptist) 27:09, 175.Jordan Davies-Jr (Cedarville) 27:10, 176.Rowan Forseth-Fr (Brit.Columbia) 27:11, 177.Pat Fitzgerald-Sr (CS-San Marcos) 27:11, 178.Jake Miller-Jr (Lewis-Clark) 27:12, 179.Zach Elliott-Fr (So.Oregon) 27:15, 180.Zach Covington-So (Union) 27:16, 181.Michael Mendez-Sr (McKendree) 27:17, 182.Erick Ngeny-Sr (So.Nazarene/Kenya) 27:18, 183.Jason McLeod-Fr (Bryan) 27:19, 184.Dylan Zitzer-Jr (Concordia-OR) 27:19, 185.Bichok DengSr (Grand View) 27:20, 186.Alex Frazier-So (Embry-Riddle) 27:20, 187.Scott Ohlson-Sr (Doane) 27:21, 188.Brett Wakefield-Jr (Simon Fraser) 27:21, 189.Eric Cameron-So (Brit.Columbia) 27:21, 190.Derek Harris-So (Marian) 27:21, 191.Anthony Pizzo-Fr (The Masters) 27:22, 192.Alex Goold-Jr (COll. of Idaho) 27:22, 193.Louie Cook-Fr )Okla.Baptist) 27:23, 194.Benoit PontonFr (Lindenwood) 27:24, 195.Isaac Bryan-Jr (Taylor) 27:24, 196.Nathan KempJr (Westmont) 27:24, 197.Justin Dean-Jr (Eastern Oregon) 27:25, 198.Joe Noyes-So (Sioux Falls) 27:25, 199.Ben Harrison-So (Dakota St) 27:26, 200.Jake Bradley-Fr (Bryan) 27:26, 201.Chris Vaughn-Jr (Cedarville) 27:27, 202.Ben Hall-Jr (Montreat) 27:27, 203.Joe Taranto-Fr (Rio Grande) 27:28, 204.Ethan Naylor-So (Indiana Wesleyan) 27:28, 205.Aaron Wood-Sr (Milligan) 27:28, 206.Lucas Garnett-Sr (Georgetown-KY) 27:28, 207.Grant Eldridge-So (Lewis-Clark) 27:29, 208.Justin Stroup-Sr (Okla.Baptist) 27:29, 209.Brandon Velasquez-So (Minot St) 27:30, 210.J.J. Timphony-Jr (Azusa Pacific) 27:30, 211.Nick Sefton-So (Marian) 27:31, 212.Josh Bradley-Jr (Bryan) 27:31, 213.Peter Limo-So (Shorter) 27:31, 214.Kevin Randle-Fr (St.Ambrose) 27:32, 215.Mark Dotson-Fr (Xavier-Louisiana) 27:34, 216.Grant Curran-So (Georgetown-KY) 27:34, 217.Henry Mellius-Jr (Embry-Riddle) 27:34, 218.Stephan Larson-Sr (Cornerstone) 27:35, 219.Jeremy Davies-Jr (Kansas Wesleyan) 27:35, 220.Andrew Palmblade-Sr (Dana) 27:35, 221.Joshua Katam-Jr (McKendree) 27:36, 222.Zach Gates-Fr (Illinois Tech) 27:36, 223.Dave Marks-Fr (Lewis-Clark) 27:37, 224.Kyle Boone-Fr (Olivet Nazarene) 27:37, 225.Nathan Mogle-Fr (Rio Grande) 27:38, 226.Jarid Holliday-Fr (Doane) 27:39, 227.Matthew Day-Fr (Westmont) 27:41, 228.Doug Brusich-Sr (St.Ambrose) 27:42, 229.Jarred Brewster-Fr (Asbury) 27:42, 230.Neil Long-Jr (Black Hills) 27:43, 231.Zack Conroy-Sr (Southwestern) 27:43, 232.Brendan Hawkins-So (Milligan) 27:43, 233.Stephen Wilson-So (So.Carolina-Beaufort) 27:45, 234.Jared Courtright-Fr (Cornerstone) 27:46, 235.Zachary Oliver-Fr (Concordia-CA) 27:46, 236.Clint Kessler-Fr (Southwestern) 27:48, 239.Adam Looman-So (Cornerstone) 27:49, 240.Paul Garcia-Sr (Doane) 27:50, 241.Ernest Cruz-Jr (Kansas Wesleyan) 27:51, 242.Zachariah Ginn-Fr (Concordia-OR) 27:53, 243.Joshua Schmidt-Fr (Lindenwdoo) 27:54, 244.Kody Coxen-Fr (Eastern Oregon) 27:55, 245.Titus Kosgei-So (Mt.Marty/Kenya) 27:58, 246.Andrew Hugill-Fr (Coll. of Idaho) 27:59, 247.Ryan Wieser-Jr (Marian) 27:59, 248.Jimmy Bryant-Sr (Southwestern) 27:59, 249.Juan Gomez-Sr (Holy Names) 27:59, 250.Andrew Manning-Jr (Dakota St) 28:00, 251.Carrington Crum-So (Southwestern) 28:00, 252.Joseph Zarazua-So (Okla.Christian) 28:00, 253.Ebenezer Eshete-Fr (Northwood) 28:06, 254.Antony Earley-Fr (Bethany) 28:07, 255.Mike MirouxSo (Mt.Mercy) 28:09, 256.Josiah Bragg-Fr (Cedarville) 28:09, 257.Thomas Powers-So (Olivet Nazarene) 28:09, 258.Greg Leonard-Jr (Embry-Riddle) 28:10, 259.Matt Rychel-So (St.Xavier) 28:12, 260.Keith Terry-So (Mt.Mercy) 28:15, 261.Geovanni Popoca-Jr (Campbelsville) 28:15, 262.Tyler JackmanSr (Doane) 28:19, 263.Austin Quinn-Jr (St.Ambrose) 28:20, 264.Casey Evans-Sr (CS-San Marcos) 28:21, 265.Travis Mabe-Fr (Cornerstone) 28:22, 266.Blake Austin-Jr (Lindenwood) 28:24, 267.Thomas Everett-So (So.Dakota Tech) 28:25, 268.Michael McElyea-So (St.Francis-IL) 28:27, 269.Andy Schmidt-So (Okla.Christian) 28:27, 270.Aundreas Lopez-So (Cumberlands) 28:29, 271.Nic Tones-So (So.Carolina-Beaufort) 28:30, 272.Ben Harrison-So (Savannah Coll.-Art&Design) 28:31, 273.Andrew Drinkall-Jr (Ashford) 28:32, 274.Sinai Lopez-Sr (Northwood) 28:32, 275.Daniel Goetz-Sr (Bryan) 28:33, 276.Cesar Mireles-Jr (Rocky Mountain) 28:36, 277.Jordan Pieper-Fr (Doane) Continued on next page


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28:37, 278.Edwin Kiptoo-Jr (Northwood) 28:39, 279.Chad McCarty-So (Rio Grande) 28:40, 280.Eric Williams-Jr (Wesmont) 28:41, 281.Will Jayroe-So (lee) 28:42, 282.John Bintliff-So (Dakota St) 28:46, 283.Frank Tinsley-So (So.Car.Beaufort) 28:47, 284.Zane Miller-So (Rio Grande) 28:48, 285.Matthew Clarke-Jr (Mt.Mercy) 28:48, 286.Ben Burchett-Fr (William Jessup) 28:55, 287.Edrian Luna-So (Holy Names) 28:57, 288.Josh GiannoniSo (Shorter) 28:59, 289.Chadd Baltzley-So (William Jessup) 29:03, 290.Nicholas Molina-Fr (Northwood) 29:06, 291.Will Everett-So (Lindenwood) 29:06, 292.Henry Kosky-So (Simpson) 29:08, 293.Stephen Nicol-Sr (Simon Fraser) 29:12, 294.Zachary Holt-Fr (Holy Names) 29:13, 295.Ryan Strom-Sr (Marian) 29:17, 296.Robbie Pogue-Fr (St.Ambrose) 29:20, 297.Drew Thompsn-Fr (Bryan) 29:22, 298.Nathan Rivera-So (SouthwestNM) 29:24, 299.Justin Richardson-Fr (SUNY-Canton) 29:25, 300.Kyle DashFr (Paul Smith’s) 29:26, 301.Brayden Barrientez-Fr (Okla.Christian) 29:28, 302.Ryan Buchanan-Fr (St.Ambrose) 29:40, 303.Justin Fereshetian-So (Maine-Presque Isle) 29:45 304.Raymond Walston-So (Xavier-Louisiana) 29:53, 305.Aaron Rodarte-So (Northwood) 29:49, 306.Darren Wallace-Sr (Xavier-Louisiana) 29:53, 307.Connor Buntyn-So (Southwest-NM) 29:54, 308.Juan Monje-Jr (Holy Names) 29:55, 309.Matt Pieri-Fr (Xavier-Louisiana) 29:57, 310.Kieran Harper-Fr (Loyola-NO) 30:00, 311.Will Kirkikis-So (Spring Hill) 30:11, 312.Keith Randle-Jr (St.Ambrose) 30:13, 313.William CopseyFr (Bethany) 30:30, 314.David Crites-Sr (Southwest-NM) 30:32, 315.Alex Stoltie-Fr (Indiana Tech) 31:02, 316.John Redman-Fr (Spring Hill) 31:06, 317.Christian Boyer-So (Spring Hill) 31:15, 318.Bryan Khan-Sr (XavierLouisiana) 31:20, 319.Thomas Kazery-So (Belhaven) 31:32, 320.Alexander Jewson-Fr (Bacone) 33:28, 321.Jordan Wilson-Jr (Xavier-Louisiana) 34:41, 322.Leonardo Gonzalez-Fr (Holy Names) 34:46, 323.James Hearn-So (Xavier-Louisiana) 35:36

WOMEN TEAMS Total 1. Cal. St.-San Marcos 137 2. Biola 140 3. Malone 163 4. Simon Fraser 195 5. Azusa Pacific 199 6. Cedarville 224 7. College of Idaho 246 8. British Columbia 269 9. Concordia-CA 311 10.Black Hills State 321 11.Milligan-TN 338 12.Concordia-OR 344 13.Spring Arbor-MI 364 14.Morningside-IA 371 15.Lewis-Clark-ID 377 16.Embry-Riddle-FL 431 17.Pt. Loma Nazarene 436 18.Indiana Wesleyan 438 19.Shorter-GA 447 20.Concordia-NE 459 21.Aqinas-MI 464 22.Oklahoma Baptist 470 23.Park-MO 494 24.St. Xavier-IL 497 25.Lindenwood-MO 609 26.Northwood-TX 635 27.Kansas Wesleyan 680 28.Mount Mercy-IA 681 29.Cumberlands-KY 801 30.Mills College-CA 984 31.Xavier-Louisiana 988 32.St.Louis Pharmacy 991

1 6 16 21 13 2 5 14 19 4 8 15 9 17 22 53 23 44 50 1 36 25 25 49 66 3 38 103 98 125 180 176 178

2 11 18 29 20 7 12 42 26 27 10 47 54 63 40 62 55 58 64 38 91 67 67 61 89 93 96 113 129 127 186 196 185

3 28 30 31 34 24 33 51 69 46 71 84 57 74 76 68 73 70 99 121 100 110 110 80 111 134 147 132 130 146 198 200 206

4 32 35 37 43 65 86 56 77 92 114 90 59 75 109 87 137 116 105 128 115 123 123 151 112 189 172 145 157 201 208 205 207

5 60 41 45 85 101 88 83 78 142 118 102 165 135 124 107 143 148 120 158 117 139 139 153 119 190 182 187 167 202 212 211 215

6 94 48 52 106 122 163 95 136 171 159 126 188 168 155 141 174 160 133 191 138 152 152 173 150 194 197 204 179 203 213 217

7 154 108 79 144 162 170 97 161 166 164 210 169 183 156 192 184 140 209 181 195 177 199 193 216 214 218

INDIVIDUALS (5K) 1. Justyna Mudy 2. Jacky Kipwambok 3. Francine Nzilampa 4. Viplet Mokaya 5. Meagan Hudson 6. Katie Gillespie 7. Dallon Williams 8. Obsie Birru 9. Lauren Jimison 10. Katie Conlon 11. Wendy O’Lexey 12. Karlee Coffey

Shorter-GA/Poland Azusa Pacific/Kenya Lindenwood/France Concordia-CA/Kenya Missouri Baptist Cedarville Cal. St.-San Marcos Grand View Azusa Pacific Jamestown Black Hills State Eastern Oregon

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

17:30 17:51 17:56 18:06 18:08 18:12 18:20 18:20 18:20 18:21 18:25 18:27

13. Alice Taylor Concordia-OR 14. Erin Curran Black Hills State 15. Caitlin Villarreal Cal. State-San Marcos 16. Lauren Johnson Huntington-IN 17. Juline Brice Webber-FL 18. Lydia Wong Cedarville 19. Helen Croft Simon Fraser 20. Stephanie Helm College of Idaho 21. Gillian Giffen Milligan 22. Katie Thede Biola 23. Seena Frantz Southern Oregon 24. Joyce Woki Spring Arbor 25. Sarah Brooks Biola 26. Sabrina Reeve British Columbia 27. Holly Stockall Simon Fraser 28. Kaitlin Fadden Houghton 29. Sarah Hines Malone 30. Kara Nelson Morningside 31. Flo Vazquez Embry-Riddle 32. Jordan Arnold Friends-KS 33. Poppy Lawman Azusa Pacific 34. Carly Plank Aquinas 35. Nelly Amenyogbe British Columbia 36. Jennifer Mallen Concordia-CA 37. Jessica Sandoval Cal. State-San Marcos 38. Rebekah Genter Malone 39. Nychele Fischetti Biola 40. Erin Bauer Malone 41. Kelly Thompson Cal. State-San Marcos 42. Carolyn Case Cedarville 43. Amber Watson Rocky Mountain 44. Angela Shaw Simon Fraser 45. Kelsey Gasner Biola 46. Lauren Versweyveld Olivet Nazarene-IL 47. Alyssa Bossler Jamestown-ND 48. Michelle Steiger Dordt-IA 49. Jena Schwalenberg Concordia-NE 50. Rachael Dean Judson-IL (Top 30 finishers earn All-American honors)

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

18:27 18:28 18:29 18:35 18:36 18:37 18:38 18:40 18:43 18:46 18:47 18:47 18:48 18:49 18:51 18:53 18:54 18:54 18:58 19:00 19:05 19:09 19:10 19:10 19:11 19:11 19:11 19:12 19:14 19:16 19:17 19:18 19:19 19:20 19:20 19:20 19:20 19:20

51.Tynae Wilson-So (Malone) 19:21, 52.Alicia Godwin-Fr (Northwood) 19:21, 53.Sarah Massey-So (Shorter) 19:22, 54.Chrissa Trydelle-Jr (Westmont) 19:22, 55.Charity Miles-Jr (Northwestern-IA) 19:22, 56.Erin Lynn KeitgesSr (Morningside) 19:22, 57.Carissa Bowman-So (Biola) 19:22, 58.Molli LeePainter-Sr (Coll. of Idaho) 19:24, 59.Ali Hudson-Sr (Simon Fraser) 19:26, 60.Breelan Matranga-Fr (Pt.Loma Naz.) 19:27, 61.Alyssa Johnson-Sr (Taylor) 19:27, 62.Sarah Sherwood-Sr (Madonna) 19:28, 63.Trisha Miller-Fr (Bethel) 19:28, 64.Lindsey Pifher-Jr (Malone) 19:29, 65.Alyssa Farmer-Fr (Hastings) 19:30, 66.Rocio Pelayo-So (Concordia-CA) 19:30, 67.Catie McMahon-Fr (Milligan) 19:31, 68.Cheryl Held-So (William Woods) 19:31, 69.Sarah Caskey-Fr (Savannah Coll. of Art&Design) 19:32, 70.Danielle Calhoun-Jr (Biola) 19:33, 71.Romona Nicolls-Sr (Park) 19:34, 72.Laura Dziagwa-Sr (Indiana Wesleyan) 19:36, 73.Britney Chesser-Sr (Georgetown-KY) 19:36, 74.Jessica Dingman-Jr (Ursuline-OH) 19:37, 75.Tegan Troutner-Jr (Coll. of Idaho) 19:37, 76.Ashton Avery-So (Malone) 19:38, 77.Kelsey Klettke-So (LewisClark) 19:40, 78.Kristen Hallatt-Fr (Olivet Nazarene) 19:41, 79.Junia LimageSo (Concordia-OR) 19:42, 80.Samia Adan-Fr (Embry-Riddle) 19:43, 81.Kristine Smith-Jr (Coll.of Idaho) 19:43, 82.Lauren Moran-So (Concordia-OR) 19:43, 83.Nicole Lair-Sr (Okla.Christian) 19:43, 84.Viviana Arreola-Sr (Doane) 19:44, 85.Tiffany Gibson-Sr (Great Falls) 19:45, 86.Gina Erbacci-Fr (Pt.Loma Naz.) 19:45, 87.Samantha Robert-Jr (Concordia-OR) 19:46, 88.Sin CarranoJr (Cal.St.-San Marcos) 19:46, 89.Alex Harkins-Jr (Park) 19:47, 90.Kyli AstleSr (Lewis-Clark) 19:47, 91.Rebecca Campbell-Jr (Spring Arbor) 19:47, 92.Cassidy Wagner-Jr (Indiana Wesleyan) 19:48, 93.Stephanie Louden-So (Azusa Pacific) 19:49, 94.Stephanie Lucas-Jr (Illinois Tech) 19:49, 95.Breyette Schall-Fr (Minot St) 19:50, 96.Karissa Cominator-So (Friends) 19:51, 97.Amy Poull-Sr (St.Xavier) 19:51, 98.Rachel Fechik-Sr (Aquinas) 19:52, 99.Lindsay Szybura-Sr (Lewis-Clark) 19:53, 100.Maggie WoodwardFr (Brit.Columbia) 19:53, 101.Ashlee Szabo-Fr (Pt.Loma Naz.) 19:53, 102.Leigh Anne Whiteside-So (Black Hills St) 19:54, 103.Natalie PedersenSr (Okla.Baptist) 19:54, 104.Alex Salinas-Sr (Embry-Riddle) 19:55, 105.Hannah Ringer-Jr (Spring Arbor) 19;56, 106.Michaela Crew-So (Spring Arbor) 19:56, 107.Jessica Clark-So (Morningside) 19:57, 108.Brittany Imlach-Jr (Brit.Columbia) 19:57, 109.Alexandra Venner-So (Brit.Columbia) 19:58, 110.Elizabeth Schmitz-So (Benedictine-KS) 19:59, 111.Janelle Lindman-Sr (Cornerstone) 19:59, 112.Emily Grad-Jr (Malone) 19:59, 113.Ashley MillerSo (Brescia) 19:59, 114.Sarah Birgen-So (Tennessee Wesleyan) 20:00, 115.Kimberly Brown-Fr (Park) 20:00, 116.Ashley Unruh-So (Sioux Falls) 20:01, 117.Kayla Lee-Jr (Okla.Baptist) 20:02, 118.Bea Foley-So (Viterbo) 20:02, 119.Danielle Cummins-Sr (Okla.Baptist) 20:02, 120.Kaitlyn GerardFr (COll. of Idaho) 20:02, 121.Leah Nelson-Fr (Milligan) 20:03, 122.Emily Palibroda-Jr (Simon Fraser) 20:03, 123.Neola Putnam-Fr (Cedarville) 20:03,


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124.Stephanie Shuel-So (Lewis-Clark) 20:03, 125.Rachel Wong-So (Cedarville) 20:04, 126.Amanda Janosz-Sr (St.Xavier) 20:04, 127.Amy Gangloff-Fr (William Woods) 20:04, 128.Lauren Hubbard-Fr (Milligan) 20:05, 129.Ann Hershberger-Sr (Concordia-NE) 20:05, 130.Amy Lund-Jr (Concordia-CA) 20:05, 131.Megan Williams-So (Vanguard) 20:05, 132.Tisha GroveFr (Shawnee St) 20:06, 133.Yasmina Elkasmi-So (Lindenwood) 20:06, 134.Jen Albright-Jr (CS-San Marcos) 20:06, 135.Maggie Miller-So (Coll. of Idaho) 20:07, 136.Hessica Rivera-Fr (Northwood) 20:07, 137.Kayloni JonesSo (Coll. of Idaho) 20:07, 138.Chelsea Kvidera-Sr (Mt.Mercy) 20:09, 139.Emily Dean-Fr (Indiana Wesleyan) 20:09, 140.Kristen Ostrem-So (Evangel) 20:10, 141.Dana Kluthe-Fr (Concordia-NE) 20:11, 142.Emma Delira-Jr (Azusa Pacific) 20:11, 143.Ashley Henry-So (Taylor) 20:11, 144.Meghan Moore-Fr (Roberts Wesleyan) 20:12, 145.Lili Zaldana-Jr (Milligan) 20:12, 146.Stacey Lastra-Sr (Kansas Wesleyan) 20:13, 147.Stephanie Hescock-So (Northwest Christian) 20:13, 148.Kristi Palmer-Jr (William Woods) 20:14, 149.Jessica Herbert-Sr (Okla.Baptist) 20:14, 150.Erin Wasserfall-Jr (Lee) 20:14 151.Amber Wray-Sr (Bethel-IN) 20:15, 152.Kailee Whitaker-Sr (Indiana Wesleyan) 20:16, 153.Milca Villegas-Fr (Wayland Baptist) 20:16, 154.Heather Mancell-Sr (Simon Fraser) 20:16, 155.Tayler Harrington-So (Lewis-Clark) 20:16, 156.Erika Perez-Jr (Biola) 20:17, 157.Lydia Ford-So (Morningside) 20:18, 158.Alina Dhaseleer-Fr (Aquinas) 20:18, 159.Jess Connery-Fr (William Jewell) 20:20, 160.Amanda Theobald-Sr (Westminster-UT) 20:20, 161.Maggie Opelt-So (Lee) 20:21, 162.Jackie Ott-So (St.Xavier) 20:21, 163.Melyssa Cardenas-Jr (Okla.Christian) 20:21, 164.Kendra Zaffuto-So (Roberts Wesleyan) 20:22, 165.Kelly Malone-Jr (St.Xavier) 20:23, 166.Kara Walker-Sr (Kansas Wesleyan) 20:23, 167.Katie Cook-Sr (Black Hills) 20:24, 168.Rebecca Mol-Sr (Concordia-NE) 20:25, 169.Genieva Ozuna-So (Pt.Loma Naz.) 20:25, 170.Alicia Marteney-Jr (Concordia-NE) 20:26, 171.Andi OwensRipley-Sr (Cornerstone) 20:26, 172.Kayla Renner-So (Rio Grande) 20:26, 173.Abi Bever-Fr (Black Hills) 20:27, 174.Lauren Dentzman-Sr (St.Xavier) 20:27, 175.Amanda Johnson-So (Indiana Wesleyan) 20:27, 176.Amy Worthy-Sr (Shorter) 20:27, 177.Cara Martin-Fr (Savannah Coll. of Art&Design) 20:27, 178.Victoria Martinez-Jr (Azusa Pacific) 20:28, 179.Samantha RinkusJr (Aquinas) 20:28, 180.Tabitha Shepherd-Fr (Morningside) 20:29, 181.Darcy Mascotti-So (Cumberlands) 20:29, 182.Heather Exline-Fr (Milligan) 20:29, 183.Hannah Clardy-So (Union) 20:30, 184.Elyse Velte-Jr (Cumberlands) 20:30, 185.Kaitlin Shaw-Jr (Shorter) 20:30, 186.Esther Rono-Fr (Mt.Mercy) 20:31, 187.Cammi Collier-So (Hastings) 20:31, 188.Kori Yotter-Jr (Mt.Mercy) 20:31, 189.Jami Ruckman-Fr (Graceland) 20:32, 190.Meredith Gardner-Jr )Okla.Baptist) 20:32, 191.Cherise Price-Jr (Kansas Wesleyan) 20:32, 192.Kristen Rosenau-Sr (So.Nazarene) 20:33, 193.Anna Morgan-So (Indiana Wesleyan) 20:34, 194.Christina Addison-Sr (Tabor) 20:34, 195.Annabelle Delarue-So (Lindenwood) 20:34, 196.Brooke Cooper-Sr (Spring Arbor) 20:35, 197.Dominique Miller-Jr (Siena Heights) 20:36, 198.Catherine Luebner-Fr (Wayland Baptist) 20:38, 199.Jenny Strong-So (Brit.Columbia) 20:38, 200.Erika Langhauser-Jr (Embry-Riddle) 20:38, 201.Emilie Bourret-Jr (Concordia-NE) 20:39, 202.Emily Popma-Sr (Aquinas) 20:40, 203.Angela ArvoyJr (Indiana Wesleyan) 20:41, 204.Allie Ford-Fr (Lewis-Clark) 20:41, 205.April Harris-Sr (Concorida-CA) 20:42, 206.Beth McCubbin-Sr (Embry-Riddle) 20:43, 207.Jessica Smith-Jr (Simon Fraser) 20:43, 208.Kim Cramer-Sr (Siena Heights) 20:43, 209.Shanda Anderson-Sr (Kansas Wesleyan) 20:44, 210.Lauren Kachel-So (Cumberlands) 20:44, 211.Elizabeth Zaragoza-Sr (Central Methodist) 20:44, 212.Ashley Ehrhardt-Jr (Northwood) 20:45, 213.Cathryn Saylor-Fr (Pt.Loma Naz.) 20:46, 214.Aubrie Dolliver-So (Okla.Baptist) 20:46, 215.Rosemary Loken-Fr (Viterbo) 20:47, 216.Olivia Mills-Fr (Montreat) 20:47, 217.Jade Braden-Jr (St.Xavier) 20:48, 218.Rayel McPeters-Sr (Dickinson St.) 20:48, 219.Rachel Fessenden-Sr (Park) 20:48, 220.Elizabeth Cervera-So (Southwest-NM) 20:49, 221.Alicia Bounton-Jr (Aquinas) 20:49, 222.BrookeAshcraft-Jr (St.Ambrose) 20:51, 223.Hannah Dougherty-Fr (Loyola-NO) 20:51, 224.Brittney Lipira-So (Shawnee ST) 20:51, 225.Anna Hrushka-Jr (Lee) 20:53, 226.Kymie Roland-Fr (Park) 20:54, 227.Kim Peek-So (Judson) 20:54, 228.Alma Garcilazo-So (Eastern Oregon) 20:55, 229.Lindsey McKown-Sr (CS-San Marcos) 20:56, 230.Nicole Seler-Fr (Morningside) 20:56, 231.Madison Randall-So (Lewis-Clark) 20:56, 232.Erin Behan-Jr (Mt.Mercy) 20:56, 233.Paulina Sarat-Fr (Shorter) 20:57, 234.Taylor Doll-Jr (Friends) 20:57, 235.Kayla Ferguson-Sr (Black Hills) 20:58, 236.Jennifer Reynolds-Jr (Pt.Loma Naz.) 20:58, 237.Stacey Arnett-Sr (Rio Grande) 20:58, 238.Yadira Salazar-Sr (Doane) 20:58, 239.Kate Imwalle-So (Spring Hill) 20:59, 240.Lissa Zimmer-Fr (Brit.Columbia) 20:59, 241.Ericka Simpson-So (Bryan) 20:59, 242.Kayla Carstensen-Jr (Azusa Pacific) 20:59, 243.Kasey Hosier-Fr (Shawnee St) 21:00, 244.Amy Etherington-Jr (Campbellsville) 21:01, 245.Sarah Stevens-So (Cedarville) 21:02, 246.Danielle Mitchell (Milligan) 21:03, 247.Maggie Pesanti-Jr (Concordia-OR) 21:08, 248.Liz Olsen-Fr (Bryan) 21:09, 249.Robyn Rosechandler-Jr (Black Hills) 21:09, 250.Kara Danielsen-So (Mt.Mercy) 21:10, 251.Michelle Crouch-Jr (Spring Arbor) 21:11, 252.Anna Hamilton-Sr (Spring Arbor) 21:11, 253.Hannah Lamos-Fr (Cedarville) 21:12, 254.Michelle Urata-Fr (Concordia-CA) 21:13, 255.Lauren Clary-Sr (St.Ambrose) 21:13, 256.Lauri Gutierrez-Fr (Northwood) 21:14, 257.Lindsey McDonald-Fr (Park) 21:17, 258.Karina Coelho-Fr (Embry-Riddle) 21:18, 259.Sarah Taylor-Sr (Okla.Baptist) 21:19, 260.Meg DonaldsonFr (Southern Wesleyan) 21:20, 261.Kameryn Brewster-Fr (York-NE) 21:20, 262.Katie Mock-Jr (So.Car.-Beaufort) 21:22, 263.Ebony Harding-Sr (Xavier-

Louisiana) 21:22, 264.Dana Eppley-Jr (St.Xavier) 21:23, 265.Amy PiersonJr (Southwestern) 21:25, 266.Rachael Maedeker-Sr (St.Louis Pharmacy) 21:26, 267.Lindsay McFarland-Fr (Mt.Mercy) 21:27, 268.Angie Sandoval-Sr (Mills) 21:27, 269.Hannah Ferry-Sr (Concordia-NE) 21:28, 270.Irma MolinaJr (Northwood) 21:28, 271.Jenna Kral-Fr (Morningside) 21:30, 272.Hannah Reese-Fr (Belhaven) 21:32, 273.Bailey Massenburg-Fr (Pt.Loma Naz.) 21:34, 274.Megan Rogers-Jr (St.Louis Pharmacy) 21:34, 275.Kim Chew-Jr (Mills) 21:36, 276.Maricruz Espindola-Fr (Holy Names) 21:36, 277.Crystal StegmanJr (Kansas Wesleyan) 21:37, 278.Savannah Walruff-Sr (Concordia-OR) 21:41, 279.Jan Bennett-Sr (Lindenwood) 21:43, 280.Meghan Willeke-So (Ohio Dominican) 21:47, 281.Nicole Rottler-Fr (Lindenwood) 21:48, 282.Tawny Vilchis-Jr (Campbellsville) 21:49, 283.Courtney Pike-Jr (Shorter) 21:50, 284.Emily Cook-Jr (Embry-Riddle) 21:53, 285.Keely Danielsen-So (Mt.Mercy) 21:55, 286.Gracie Boelsems-Fr (Stephens) 21:57, 287.Alyssia Lindsay-So (Bryan) 21:58, 288.Tanyaradzwa Chibanda-Fr (Lindenwood) 22:00, 289.Melissa Lyall-Jr (Park) 22:06, 290.Sabrina Vargas-Fr (Xavier-Louisiana) 22:08, 291.Jessie Gardner-Sr (Paul Smith’s) 22:09, 292.Nicole House-So (Indiana East) 22:11, 293.Miriam Byfield-Sr (Northwood) 22:13, 294.Madeline Falcone-Sr (Loyola-NO) 22:14, 295.Micah Jenner-Jr (Okla.Wesleyan) 22:15, 296.Lupe Cazares-Sr (Mills) 22:17, 297.Rachel Hemphill-Fr (Lindenwood) 22:19, 298.Anna D’Souza-So (Xavier-Louisiana) 22:26, 299.Lauren Louvie-So (Cumberlands) 22:26, 300.Shaina Mason-Fr (berea) 22:27, 301.Nichole Hardin-Fr (berea) 22:32, 302.Chenique Jackson-Sr (Holy Names) 22:33, 303.Lashunna Jimmerson-Jr (Langston) 22:33, 304.Miriam VazquezFr (Our Lady of the Lake) 22:35, 305.Adriana Henderson-So (Langston) 22:41, 306.Shannon Schaffer-So (Cumberlands) 22:44, 307.Kimberly Spencer-So (William Jessup) 22:46, 308.Brianna Cecil-Fr (Cumberlands) 22:49, 309.Jlie Reynolds-So (Brescia) 22:50, 310.Julina White-Jr (Kansas Wesleyan) 22:53, 311.Brianna Dekine-Fr (Xavier-Louisiana) 22:53, 312.Courtney Wiedemer-Fr (St.Louis Pharmacy) 22:55, 313.Lynette Garringer-Sr (Simpson) 23:00, 314.Kelsey Jett-Jr (St.Louis Pharmacy) 23:00, 315.Tranese Boston-Sr (Warner) 23:09, 316.Ashley Rokjer-Fr (Paul Smith’s) 23:10, 317.Safi Karmy-JonesFr (Mills) 23:10, 318.Shelley Hanson-Sr (Maine-Presque Isla) 23:11, 319.Alyssa Hope-So (Simpson) 23:13, 320.Rachel Tucker-Jr (Shorter) 23:28, 321.Jessica Sanchez-Fr (Southwest-NM) 23:48, 322.Kelsie Lincoln-Fr (Concordia-OR) 24:02, 323.Ashley Taylor-So (Xavier-Louisiana) 24:06, 324.Rachel Jensen-Fr (Mills) 24:08, 325.Elena Adler-Sr (Mills) 24:28, 326.Dana WebbFr (Mills) 24:28, 327.Melissa Webelhuth-Sr (St.Louis Pharmacy) 24:29, 328.Jennifer Marcum-Fr (Cumberlands) 25:14, 329.Karen Obermann-Jr (St.Louis Pharmacy) 25:47, 330.Lindsey Vandersteen-Sr (St.Louis Pharmacy) 25:50.

Junior College Div. I Stephen Sambu Leads Rend Lake (M) Central Arizona Wins Women’s Title East Peoria, Illinois, Nov. 14, 2009 http://www.icc.edu/xcnationals/ Led by the individual win of repeat champion Stephen Sambu, Rend Lake edged Paradise Valley for the men’s team title by only 2 points, 66–68. Women’s champion Central Arizona placed its first four scorers in the top 12, then had to hold on as its fifth runner finished 73rd. New Mexico J.C.’s Caroline Jepleting was the individual champion, beating defender Rose Tanui, 17:19–17:41.

MEN (8K) TEAMS 1. Rend Lake 2. Paradise Valley 3. Garden City 4. South Plains 5. Cowley County 6. Butler County 7. Iowa Western 8. Iowa Central 9. Johnson County 10.Lansing 11.North Iowa Area 12.Central Arizona 13.Hagerstown 14.Oakland 15.Pima 16.Waubonsee 17.Gillette 18.El Paso 19.Danville Area

Total 66 68 101 136 166 229 248 250 277 308 348 351 373 378 406 424 438 496 513

1 1 4 7 8 25 5 3 32 29 20 41 2 30 38 60 63 6 76 55

2 11 12 9 14 26 10 27 52 40 46 42 44 48 69 66 68 81 79 67

3 13 15 23 16 33 22 35 53 50 64 45 56 61 83 74 75 87 82 112

4 17 18 28 47 39 85 89 54 78 88 104 122 97 93 98 100 129 117 113

5 24 19 34 51 43 107 94 59 80 90 116 127 137 95 108 118 135 142 166

6 37 21 36 96 71 147 130 105 141 102 132 155 146 150 111 168 139 157 -

7 62 58 103 212 169 120 162 184 143 208 200 154 148 173 149 -

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INDIVIDUALS 1. Stephen Sambu Rend Lake/Kenya So 24:00 2. Henry Lelei Central Arizona/Kenya Fr 24:21 3. Isaiah Samoei Iowa Western/Kenya Fr 24:49 4. George Alex Paradise Valley So 24:50 5. Jackson Toroitich Butler County/Kenya So 24:56 6. Kipkorir Mutai Gillette/Kenya So 25:01 7. Mohamed Noor Garden City/Somalia So 25:02 8. TallamKipruto South Plains/Kenya So 25:04 9. Gabriel Proctor Garden City So 25:11 10. Joel Rop Butler County/Kenya So 25:13 11. Dey Tuach Rend Lake So 25:21 12. Tailhar Hasson Paradise Valley So 25:21 13. Matthew Kotut Rend Lake/Kenya So 25:25 14. Anthony Pequeno South Plains So 25:34 15. Aaron Sherf Paradise Valley So 25:35 16. Mitchell Driver South Plains So 25:41 17. Jacob Swearingen Rend Lake So 25:47 18. Humberto Gonzales Paradise Valley So 25:47 19. Kyle Glass Paradise Valley Fr 25:57 20. Addis Habtewold Lansing So 26:00 21. Denis Patrick Paradise Valley So 26:03 22. Marcos Ballon Butler County So 26:08 23. Adam Stalniger Garden City So 26:14 24. Lewis Manirumva Rend Lake/Burundi Fr 26:18 25. Dustin Mettler Cowley County So 26;25 26.Brice Irving (Cowley) 26:29, 27.Nathan Carr (Iowa Western) 26:29, 28.Juan Palo Ponce (Garden City) 26:32, 29.Adrian Marquez (Johnson County) 26:33, 30.Jeremiah Wilt (Hagerstown) 26:33, 31.Albert Mong’ont (Colby) 26:34, 32.Terence Lee (Iowa Central) 26:39, 33.Phillip Banowetz (Cowley) 26:39, 34.Victor Montoya (Garden City) 26:41, 35.Kyle Blue (Iowa Western) 26:41, 36.Aaron Alarcon (Garden City) 26:47, 37.Scott Speare (Rend Lake) 26:52, 38.Jeremiah Hargett (Oakland) 26:53, 39.Tyson Christiansen (Cowley) 26:56, 40.Josh Lacer (Johnson Co.)26:56, 41.Brandon Leibold (North Iowa Area) 27:01, 42.Caset Robertson (No.Iowa Area) 27:01, 43.Josh Gracia (Cowley) 27:01, 44.Brian Sullivan (Cantral Arizona) 27:01, 45.Raleigh Morgan (No.Iowa Area) 27:03, 46.Jesus Perez-Flores (Lansing) 27:05, 47.Tomilee Loyd (So.Plains) 27:05, 48.Corey Centofonti (Hagerstown) 27:05, 49.Jaqualleon Smith (Illinois Central) 27:06, 50.Justin Roye (Mesa) 27:12, 51.James Carter (Johnson CO.) 27:14, 52.Robert Castanon (So.Plains) 27:15, 53.Anthony Llegho (Iowa Central) 27:16, 54.Liberto Niyiragira (Iowa Central) 27:17, 55.Thomas Cotter (Ioa Central) 27:17, 56.Blake McNeil (Danville Area) 27:18, 57.Jajuan Tyler (Vincennes) 27:21, 58.Tyler Ross (Central Arizona) 27:22, 59.Akech Aye (Southwestern) 27:23, 60.Zach Bainter (Garden City) 27:24, 61.Alex Fenn (Vincennes) 27;24, 62.Levi Long (Iowa Central) 27;25, 63.Wilburt Barton (Pima) 27:26, 64.Wade Mille (Hagerstown) 27:28, 65.Solomon Bennett (Paraidse Valley) 27:28, 66.Drew Schmitt (Waubonsee) 27:29, 67.Devon Duflo (Lansing) 27:29, 68.Kyle Ehrk (Mesa) 27:30, 69.Timothy Kisang (Cloud CO.) 27:32, 70.Jess Montour (Pima) 27:33, 71.Doug Powers (Danville) 27:34, 72.Greg Adelman (Waubonsee) 27:34, 73.Chas Irmen (Oakland) 27:36, 74.Christopher Dehondt (Spartanburg Neth.) 27:41, 75.Cianan Kutil (Cowley) 27:38 76.Wes Scott (Spartanburg Meth.) 27:41, 77.Yout Aye (Southwestern) 27:42, 78.Stephan Bullard (Pima) 27:43, 79.Max Silwa (Waubonsee) 27:44, 80.Aaron Granados (El Paso) 27:44, 81.Brendan Martin (Jackson) 27:46, 82.Ryan Keene (Johnson Co.) 27:46, 83.Paul Schultz (Macomb) 27:47, 84.Raudel Miranda (El Paso) 27:48, 85.Nathan Sloniker (Johnson Co.) 27:50, 86.Joe Mead (Gillette) 27:52, 87.Jacob Villarreal (El Paso) 27:52, 88.Shane Logan (Oakland) 27:53, 89.Said Ahmed (Chattahoochee Tech) 27:54, 90.Abel Assefa (Butler Co.) 27:54, 91.Adam Ross (Darton) 27:55, 92.Garrett Stricklin (Gillette) 27:55, 93.Jon Gerling (Indian Hills) 27:55, 94.Garreth Gose (Lansing) 27:57, 95.Garland Bennett (Iowa Western) 27:57, 96.Ryan Rebain (Lansing) 27:57, 97.Kandon Hartshorn (Colby) 27:58, 98.Jeff Wooldridge (Lincoln Coll.) 27:59, 99.Zach Widner (Oakland) 27:59, 100.Justin Hazard (Iowa Western) 28:01. (259 finishers)

WOMEN (5K) TEAMS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Central Arizona Iowa Central South Plains Cowley County El Paso Pima Rend Lake Lansing Mesa

Total 92 123 164 176 196 207 227 236 243

1 2 10 23 20 3 13 6 24 22

2 4 18 31 33 17 21 15 36 45

3 9 26 34 40 37 29 64 46 49

4 12 30 35 76 57 60 67 61 50

5 65 39 41 78 82 84 75 69 77

6 129 73 131 97 91 102 154 71 90

7 130 112 134 151 222 120 96

10.Illinois Central 318 11.Gillette 332 12.New Mexico 344 13.Butler County 369 14.Oakland 395 15.Johnson County 398 16.Colby 401 Spartanburg Methodist 401 18.Paradise Valley 440 19.Iowa Western 478 20.North Iowa Area 510 (35 teams)

16 11 1 5 28 42 8 25 55 47 53

44 43 27 19 48 59 14 54 62 70 80

51 85 52 68 87 66 58 56 74 117 103

89 92 86 108 104 115 157 79 106 119 132

118 101 178 169 128 116 164 187 143 125 142

121 113 176 139 126 184 204 224 149 146

123 182 159 140 195 221 223 200

INDIVIDUALS 1. Caroline Jepleting New Mexico J.C./Kenya So 17:19 2. Rose Tanui Central Arizona/Kenya So 17:41 3. Florence Ngetich El Paso/Kenya Fr 17:47 4. Violah Lagat Central Arizona/Kenya Fr 17:57 5. Patrober Murindat Butler County/Kenya So 18:02 6. Julia Sambu Rend Lake/Kenya So 18:12 7. Robin Ray Cowley County So 18:20 8. Scarla Nero Colby/Trinidad&Tobago So 18;24 9. Patricia Barela Central Arizona So 18:28 10. Agnes Kapsoiyo Iowa Central/Kenya So 18:31 11. Maggie Warner Gillette So 18:33 12. Rebecca Hbetamu Central Arizona/Ethiopia So 18:40 13. Danielle Higgins Pima So 18:46 14. Hifti Kahssay Colby/Ethiopia So 18;53 15. Sarah Kimaiyo Rend Lake/Kenya So 18:56 16. Brittany Carius Illinois Central So 18:58 17. Brissia Montalvo El Paso So 19:02 18. Nancy Bor Iowa Central/Kenya Fr 19:03 19. Jylian Jaloma Butler County So 19:04 20. Jessica Rodriguez Western Texas Fr 19:04 21. Cecila Burley Cowley County So 19:07 22. Vivian Reed Pima So 19:10 23. Halley Hanna Mesa So 19:10 24. Lisa Forsberg South Plains/Sweden Fr 19:13 25. Ellory Green Lansing Fr 19:18 26.Iwona Czerniak (New Mex.Military Inst.) 19:18, 27.Rosa Young (Spart.Meth) 19:19, 28.Amanda Vorthmann (Iowa Central) 19:20, 29.Jordan Brown (New Mexico JC) 19:23, 30.Megan Brackins (Oakland) 19:24, 31.Priscilla Mendoza (Pima) 19:25, 32.Kara Keller (Iowa Central) 19:29, 33.Kadian Dunkley (South Plains) 19:31, 34.Victoria Casaneda (Sauk Vly) 19:33, 35.Leigh Ann Omarkhall (Cowley COunty) 19:34, 36.Carissa Hudson (Macomb) 19:34, 37.Paulina Wilson (South Plains) 19:35, 38.Crystal Dickinson (South Plains) 19:36, 39.Brooke Simon (Lansing) 19:37, 40.Ashley Shares (Moraine Vly) 19:38, 41.Viviana Contreras (El Paso) 19:38, 42.Cayla Nousain (Jackson) 19:39, 43.Hana Sutchar (Elgin) 19:41, 44.Ashley Ameling (Iowa Central) 19:41, 45.Valorie Bland (Cowley County) 19:44, 46.Shayla Contreras (South Plains) 19:44, 47.A’brey Rogers (Johnson County) 19:47, 48.Ebby Jeptoo (Gillette) 19:48, 49.Kayla Christ (Illinois Central) 19:48, 50.Samantha Meyerhoff (Mesa) 19:52, 51.Nikki May (Lansing) 19:54, 52.Kaylee Fly (Iowa Western) 19:55, 53.Kelly Noren (Oakland) 19:56, 54.Ann Bawden (Mesa) 19:56, 55.Jolanne Balerrama (Mesa) 19:58, 56.Raven Pettry (Illinois Central) 19:59, 57.Petrona Layne (New Mexico) 20:00, 58.Kalyn Kruckenburg (North Iowa Area) 20:01, 59.Colleta Songol (CLoud COunty) 20:02, 60.Maria Rocha (Spartanburg Meth.) 20:02, 61.Katrina Lee (Paradise Vly) 20:05, 62.Hannah Chaney (Spartanburg Meth.) 20:05, 63.Flor Luna (El Paso) 20:06, 64.Breana Yost (Colby) 20:08, 65.Haley Snow (Johnson Co.) 20:08, 66.Monica Honyumptewa (Pima) 20:10, 67.Kaylin Belair (Lansing) 20:10, 68.Erin Sesemann (Paradise Vly) 20:12, 69.Cierra Gerbers (Vincennes) 20:15, 70.Brelona Badie (Darton) 20:15, 71.Quinnyka Smith (Rend Lake) 20:17, 72.Tressa Miller (Southwestern) 20:17, 73.Catherine Crinigan (Central Ariz.) 20:18, 74.Brittany Ross (Iowa Lakes) 20:18, 75.Kayla Harris (Jonson County) 20:20, 76.Kali Bonner (Rend Lake) 20:21, 77.Elida Burclaga (Butler County) 20:22, 78.Cynthia Ingle (Lansing) 20:27, 79.Emilia Skolubowicz (New Mex.MI) 20:31, 80.Gladys Downing (Iowa Western) 20:32, 81.Meg STall (Lansing) 20:32, 82.Abby Wheeler (Sauk Vly) 20:33, 83.Shelbie Pettle (Iowa Central) 20:34, 84.Amanda Burton (Paradise Vly) 20:34, 85.Courtney Orange (Rend Lake) 20:35, 86.Bailey Hawkins (Cowley CO.) 20:35, 87.Melissa Peters(Mesa) 20:36, 88.Marvla Lewin (Cowley Co.) 20:36, 89.Amanda Dortch (Spartanburg Meth.) 20:36, 90.Erin Lynn (North Iowa Area) 20:38, 91.Courtney McAuliffe (PascoHernandez) 20:39, 92.Adriana Rosales (El Paso) 20:39, 93.Brittney Williams (Darton) 20:40, 94.Julia Dittiger (Pima) 20:41, 95.Kelsie Dellos (Gillette) 20:42, 96.Mychressa Ward (New Mexico) 20:43, 97.Sydney Yoscovits (Oakland) 20:44, 98.Lauren Kelly (Pasco-Hernandez) 20:47, 99.Alyssa Imig (Illinois Central) 20:48, 100.Julia Wild (Mesa) 20:49. (262 finishers)


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Junior COllege Div. III Sixth Straight for Delhi (M) First For Ocean County (W) Canandaigua, New York, Nov. 7, 2009 RESULTS: www.pcrtiming.com/2009.html#anchor_njcaa DELHI: http://tinyurl.com/6gyvcj Mike Burke, 2nd last year to teammate Chris Mason (now at Middle Tennessee), moved up a spot to become National Champion and led SUNY-Delhi to its sixth straight JUCO Div.III men’s team title. Given the quick turnover in a 2-year program, that’s an impressive streak for head coach Justin Wood and assistant Bob Backus. The women’s title was won by an all-frosh team from Ocean County (NJ), which hadn’t competed in x-country since 1995. Leading the way for the Jersey Shore team was individual winner Jen Nelson. Said OC’s first-year coach Ed Baynes, “We lucked out to have such a great core of girls right off the bat.”

MEN (5 miles)

61.Robert Griffith (Gloucester) 32:25, 62.Josh Smith (Cumberland) 32:26, 63.Andrew Zaso (Finger Lakes) 32:26, 64.Claudio Barros (Suffolk) 32:30, 65.Aleksandr Kopach (Kingsborough) 32:31, 66.Eric Green (Herkimer) 32:32, 67.Alex Chirico (Erie) 32:44, 68.Brenden Dohoney (CC Rhode Island) 32:45, 69.Sean Hughes (Howard) 32:45, 70.Greg Taylor (Gloucester) 32:46, 71.Nick Miller (Dupage) 32:48, 72.Jerry Francois (Queensborough) 32:48, 73.Joshua Coonich (Harper) 32:48, 74.Jamie Lara (Howard) 32:50, 75.Chase Stoffle (Finger Lakes) 33:10, 76.Marvin Cox (Kingsborough) 33:15, 77.Alec Moran (Brookdale) 33:21, 78.Nathaniel Carriere (Howard) 33:25, 79.Jeff Hudson (Finger Lakes) 33:27, 80.Anthony Carei (Cumberland) 33:38, 81.Robert Harley (Kingsborough) 33:44, 82.Colin Dube (Brookdale) 33:47, 83.Corey Robins (Howard) 33:49, 84.Jose-Luis Rodriguez (Bronx CC) 34:09, 85.Anthony Higareda (Gloucester) 34:09, 86.William Alston (Brookdale) 34:42, 87.Yorki Munoz (Queensborough) 34:43, 88.Darnell Armstrong (Middlesex) 34:56, 89.Jean Desrosiers (Queensborough) 34:57, 90.Rafael Nunez (Queensborough) 35:06, 91.Kevin Wartinger (Erie) 35:14, 92.Jacob Witter (Herkimer) 35:18, 93.P.J. Steblen (Finger Lakes) 35:40, 94.Mathew Manglona (Brookdale) 35:41, 95.Sean Kelly (Middlesex) 35:51, 96.Nick Hayes (Suffolk) 36:26, 97.Eric Wiggins (Cumberland) 36:52, 98.Jacob Raner (Herkimer) 37:03, 99.Corey Grayson (Herkimer) 37:47, 100.John Doughten (Gloucester) 38:08, 101.Todd Narasuwan (Queensborough) 38:44, 102.Ryan Butler (Herkimer) 39:50, 103.Jahmel Upshaw (Queensborough) 40:25, 104.Jose Maldonado (Herkimer) 41:06, 105.Mike Romano (Ocean County) 42:16, 106.Tyler Campbell (Herkimer) 44:37.

TEAMS Total 1. Delhi 22 2. Alfred State 70 3. Mohawk Valley 82 4. Erie C.C. 131 5. College of Dupage 149 6. Suffolk 171 7. Gloucester County 190 8. Finger Lakes 209 9. Howard Comm. 210 10. Cumberland Comm.214 11.Brookdale Comm. 320 12.Queensborough 359 13.Herkimer County 375

1 1 2 7 5 17 14 12 19 16 31 43 60 55

2 3 9 10 23 22 27 24 37 32 35 63 71 75

3 4 13 15 28 29 34 45 38 44 46 67 72 80

4 6 21 20 36 40 42 51 53 57 50 70 73 81

5 8 25 30 39 41 54 58 62 61 52 77 83 84

6 11 26 33 56 47 78 69 65 64 66 85 86

7 18 48 49 74 59 82 76 68 79 87

INDIVIDUALS 1. Chris Burke Delhi So 27:42 2. Jesus Escareno Harper So 27:58 3. John Sweeney Alfred State So 28:05 4. Lyle Haywood Delhi Fr 28:15 5. Jason Phillips Delhi Fr 28:22 6. Corey PeperroErie So 28:23 7. Steve Challacombe Delhi Fr 28:38 8. Todd Butters Mohawk Valley So 28:41 9. Zavior Brown Delhi Fr 28:45 10. Brandon Lewis Alfred Fr 28:48 11. Garrett Parker Mohawk Valley 28:49 12. Mike Cauwels Delhi 28:49 13. Alec Connelly Gloucester County 28:50 14. Joe Seitz Alfred State 28:52 15. Ryan McKenna Suffolk 28:54 16. Mike Schram Mohawk Valley 29:01 17. Brian Allen Howard Comm. Coll. 29:07 18. Jack Dalziel College of Dupage 29:08 19. Will Ennis Delhi 29:14 20. Dave Cook Finger Lake 29:19 21.Vincent Savastano (Mohawk Vly) 29:22, 22.Stephen Esposito (Broome) 29:26, 23.Peter Francis (Alfred St) 29:31, 24.Kenny Wilhite (Dupage) 29:33, 25.Scott Dillon (Erie) 29:33, 26.Andre Thompson (Gloucester) 29:38, 27.Alex Farrell (Alfred St) 29:38, 28.Logan Drummer (ALfred St) 29:39, 29.Chad Barninger (Stevens Tech) 29:52, 30.Tory Cange (Suffolk) 29:59, 31.Keith Desilets (Holyoke) 30:01, 32.John Stark (Erie) 30:01, 33.Ryan Perry (Dupage) 30:04, 34.Joe Arbogast (Mohawk Vly) 30:06, 35.Mike Neigel (Ocean County) 30:14, 36.Dave Owens (Cumberland) 30:17, 37.Tom Masko (Middlesex) 30:18, 38.Mark Kauffman (Howard) 30:20, 39.Rob Culver (Mohawk Vly) 30:22, 40.Devin Cange (Suffolk) 30:24, 41.Thomas Busse (Harper) 30:26, 42.Luke Berndl (Joliet) 30:28, 43.Dave Bertulis (Cumberland) 30:38, 44.Greg Grigas (Erie) 30:43, 45.Brandon Auyer (Finger Lake) 30:52, 46.Ben Howard (Finger Lake) 30:54, 47.Steve Paternostro (Erie) 30:55, 48.Brian Peters (Dupage) 31:00, 49.Drew Peterson (Dupage) 31:11, 50.Sebastian Navas (Suffolk) 31:19, 51.Ryan Lundy (Brookdale) 31:21, 52.Ben Greason (Howard) 31:35, 53.Kevin Walsh (Gloucester) 31:37, 54.John Burkhart (Cumberland) 31:56, 55.Jarryd Novin (Ocean County) 31:59, 56.Ian Brady (Dupage) 32:08, 57.Derek Snyder (Alfred St) 32:12, 58.Tim Quattrociocchi (Mohawk Vly) 32:14, 59.Derrick Nickle (Cumberland) 32:21, 60.Alex Cirillo (Harper) 32:22,

WOMEN (5K) TEAMS Total 1. Ocean County 73 2. Mohawk Valley 96 3. Broome 107 4. Delhi 108 5. Alfred State 141 6. Harper 193 7. Suffolk 199 8. College of Dupage 229 9. Herkimer 242 10.Erie 251 11.Anne Arundle 255 12.Gloucester 275 13.C.C. Rhode Island 279 14.Queensborough 356 15.Finger Lakes 358 16.Fashion Inst. Tech.360 17.Cumberland 436

1 1 2 3 6 8 27 5 22 16 15 36 7 18 61 42 53 65

2 12 4 10 11 24 34 23 32 38 28 45 14 20 62 70 59 79

3 13 9 21 19 25 37 41 44 39 35 52 81 67 69 72 68 92

4 17 31 26 29 33 46 57 55 60 85 56 82 75 78 80 87 97

5 30 50 47 43 51 49 73 76 89 88 66 91 99 86 94 93 103

6 40 63 58 48 54 74 77 98 84 100 102 95 -

7 64 83 71 90 101 96 -

INDIVIDUALS 1. Jen Nelson Ocean County Fr 19:48 2. Hannah Hollman Mohawk Valley So 20:08 3. Michelle Van Ostrand Broome So 20:26 4. Cassandra White Mohawk Valley Fr 21:04 5. Maria Costello Suffolk So 21:04 6. Hannah Backus Delhi Fr 21:07 7. Amanda Dole Gloucester Fr 21:08 8. Corey Crooker Alfred St. Fr 21:10 9. Michelle Page Mohawk Valley Fr 21:11 10. Heather Warfle Broome So 21:12 11. Nicole Darling Delhi 21:13 12. Erline O’Connor Ocean County 21:18 13. Alyssa Collier Ocean County 21:19 14. Tracy Dobkowski Gloucester 21:19 15. Kateri Walsh Erie 21:24 16. Mollianne Parsons Herkimer 21:34 17. Priscilla Robinson Ocean County 21:37 18. Therese Kerin CC Rhode Island 21:41 19. Britleigh Levens Delhi 21:44 20. Jaden Riendeau CC Rhode Island 21:44 21. Taylor Woodcock (Broome) 21:47, 22.Jessica Mullins (Dupage) 21:59, 23.Katherine Shcerback (Suffolk) 22:04, 24.Abbey Benton (Alfred St) 22:06, 25.Bridget McMahon (Alfred St) 22:07, 26.Rachel Fox (Broome) 22:10, 27.Chelsea McPherson (Harper) 22:18, 28.Amanda Solley (Erie) 22:24, 29.Ann Ward (Delhi) 22:31, 30.Lauren Ashman (Ocean County) 22:32, 31.Carrie Swearingen (Mohawk Vly) 22:35, 32.Inge Vucic (Dupage) 22:37, 33.Laura Babcock (Alfred St) 22:40, 34.Karoline Banasik (Harper) 22:45, 35.Gina Adornetto (Erie) 22:47, 36.Lauren Kiosak (Joliet) 22:52, 37.Amanda Jones (Anne Arundel) 22:58, 38.Kristen Hosterman (Hudson Vly) 23:00, 39.Janet Franco (Harper) 23:01, 40.Melissa Wagner (Herkimer) 23:02,

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41.Stephanie Bergstrom (Herkimer) 23:04, 42.Taylor Madden (Ocean County) 23:08, 43.Kristen Mortak (Suffolk) 23:12, 44.Shannon O’Brien (Finger Lakes) 23:13, 45.Kim McKay (Delhi) 23:14, 46.Carrisa Gollenbeck (Dupage) 23:15, 47.Katherine Oliver (Anne Arundel) 23:22, 48.Melanie Mayer (Harper) 23:23, 49.Martine Casey (Broome) 23:24, 50.Danielle Metz (Delhi) 23:26, 51.Elisse Lorenc (Harper) 23:33, 52.Sarah Stuhlman (Mohawk Vly) 23:35, 53.Allyne Oheam (Alfred St.) 23:40, 54.Jenny Ashurst (Anne Arundel) 23:41, 55.Kara Lewis (Fash.Inst.Tech) 23:42, 56.Maria Wilson (Alfred St) 23:51, 57.Diane Joseph (Kingsborough) 23:52, 58.Celeste LaCour (Dupage) 24:00, 59.Emily Bolling (Anne Arundel) 24:05, 60.Angela Pereira (Suffolk) 24:06, 61.Julie Edwards (Broome) 24:17, 62.Kristin Rhodes (Howard) 24:20, 63.Abigail (Macintosh) F.I.T.) 24:27, 64.Serena Sweeney (Herkimer) 24:42, 65.Gerale Middleton (Queensborough) 24:58, 66.Laverne Hardy (Queensborough) 25:09, 67.Cynthia Zatwarnicki (Mohawk Vly) 25:15, 68.Elaine Josefowski (Ocean County) 25:19, 69.Jessica Haaf (Cumberland) 25:27, 70.Krisetn Dolle (Anne Arundel) 25:32, 71.Janelle Piche (CC Rhode Island) 25:34, 72.Michelle Solomon (F.I.T.) 25:35, 73.Grace Magee (Queensborough) 25:37, 74.Casey Johnston (Finger Lakes) 25:40, 75.Katie Ferguson (Delhi) 25:43, 76.Michelle Yoffee (Finger Lakes) 25:52, 77.Krista Limoncelli (Suffolk) 25:56, 78.Maggie Meersman (Harper) 26:02, 79.Sarah Brodeur (CC Rhode Island) 26:08, 80.Paige Pignaz (Dupage) 26:21, 81.Cecelia Constable (Hudson Valley) 26:28, 82.Jackie Huerta (Dupage) 26:21, 83.Andrea Techera (Queensborough) 26:37, 84.Lisa Marrero (Cumberland) 26:37, 85.Stephanie Waite (Finger Lakes) 26:42, 86.Carly Wroblewski (Gloucester) 26:43, 87.Erin Smith (Gloucester) 26:47, 88.Jennifer Wagner (Mohawk Vly) 26:50, 89.Rachel Sattler (Anne Arundel) 26:55, 90.Samantha Gray (Erie) 27;12, 91.Deandra Nelson (Kingsborugh) 27:12, 92.Lisa Kurmer (Queensborough) 27:16, 93.Ataysia Ingram (Middlesex) 27:26, 94.Kevia Wright (F.I.T.) 27:37, 95.Tia Granger (Kingsborough) 27:38, 96.Antonia Miranda (Erie) 27:51, 97.Emmalee Kelting (Herkimer) 27:57, 98.Kara Zoolakis (Anne Arundel) 28:00, 99.Sam Moyer (Gloucester) 28:06, 100.Sarah Singer (Cumberland) 28:07, 101.Lauren Gowdie (F.I.T.) 28:32, 102.Danielle DiSalvo (Finger Lakes) 28:40, 103.Hannah Ratzlaff (F.I.T.) 29:08, 104.Catherine Garrison (F.I.T.) 29:21, 105.Kaitlynn Arena (Cumberland) 29:26, 106.Hannah Cunninghm (Hudson Vly) 30:06, 107.Amanda Zarba (Erie) 30:23, 108.Dinah Quintanilla (CC Rhode Island) 30:45, 109.Natalia Cardona (Queensborough) 31:05, 110.Jacqueline Baron (Brookdale) 31:36, 111.Mayra Diaz (Queensborough) 32:09, 112.Adora Ekeochoa (Middlesex) 33:10, 113.Mary Slezak (Hudson Vly) 33:57, 114.Tiffany Johnston (Finger Lakes) 34:40, 115.Candice Brown (Cumberland) 35:29.

12. Thomas Morgan 13. Brian Baker 14. Justin Lutz* 15. Crosby Freeman 16. Nate Peck 17. Mikhail Sayenko 18. Mark Mandi 19. Phillip Reid 20. Pat Mellea 21. Sergio Reyes 22. Greg Reindl 23. Scott Dahlberg 24. Chris Chavez 25. Austin Ramos 26. Aucencio Martinez 27. Nicolas Hirsch 28. Ari Zamir 29. Tyler Sigl 30. Nick Stanko (319 finishers)

Zap Fitness International City/RTC Framingham, MA ASICS Aggies Zap Fitness Club Northwest Club Northwest ASICS Aggies Bryn Mawr Running Co. ASICS Aggies Boulder Running Co./adidas Boulder Running Co./adidas Transports adidas Transports adidas Boulder Running Co./adidas Boulder Running Co./adidas New Balance Boston Wisconsin Runner RT Playmakers Racing

30:14 30:15 30:16 30:22 30:28 30:30 30:31 30:33 30:33 30:35 30:38 30:31 30:43 30:44 30:45 30:46 30:47 30:49 30:50

WOMEN TEAMS Total 1. Boulder RunCo/adidas 79 2. McMillan Elite 94 3. ASICS Aggies RC 110 4. New York A.C. 133 5. Run Ohio Racing Team145 6. New Balance Boston 182 7. Boston A.A. 221 8. Club Northwest 226 9. Central Part T.C. 330 10.Bowerman A.C. 350 (30 teams)

1 3 6 1 7 10 2 31 5 11 19

2 12 13 4 18 15 28 33 8 38 27

3 17 16 9 25 29 41 45 56 63 65

4 23 20 21 32 43 54 46 71 102 112

5 24 39 75 51 48 57 66 86 116 127

6 58 42 88 52 62 124 76 91 134 141

7 64 55 114 68 182 139 115 157 162 158

INDIVIDUALS (6K) (*-nonscorer)

U.S. Club Championships Masterson Station Park-Lexington, Kentucky, Dec. 12, 2009 http://www.usatf.org/events/2009/USATFClubXCChampionships David Jankowski’s individual win led Zap Fitness to the men’s title, while Boulder Running Company/adidas won the women’s team title.

MEN TEAMS Total 1. Zap Fitness 60 2. Boulder RunCo/Adidas 92 3. Int’l City RTC 96 4. Asics Aggies 137 5. Transports adidas RT 160 6. Club Northwest 176 7. Big River Running Co. 250 8. Playmakers Racing 271 9. New York A.C. 274 10.Boston A.A. 335 (42 teams)

1 1 6 3 12 8 14 7 27 29 5

2 2 19 4 16 21 15 47 31 42 54

3 10 20 11 18 22 46 57 44 43 73

4 13 23 28 36 35 49 68 75 63 96

5 34 24 50 55 74 52 71 94 97 107

6 30 146 83 114 60 84 115 129 109

INDIVIDUALS(10K) (*-non scorer) 1. David Jankowski 2. Josh Simpson* 3. David Nightengale 4. Jimmy Grabow 5. Charlie Serrano 6. Jesse Armijo* 7. Lucas Meyer 8. Paul Michel 9. Ryan Bak 10. Tom Kloos 11. Paul Hefferon

Zap Fitness New York Athletic Club Zap Fitness International City/RTC International City/RTC Dukes TC Boston A.A. Boulder Run Co./adidas Big River Running Co. Transports adidas Kansas City Smoke

29:18 29:27 29:40 29:57 30:01 30:03 30:04 30:05 30:05 30:10 30:12

7 51 198 87 130 132 137 124 179 122

1. Serena Burla* 2. Kim Conley 3. Alissa McKaig* 4. Jennifer Donovan 5. Nicole Feest 6. Linda Somers Smith 7. Rachel Booth* 8. Rose Wetzel 9. Emily Harrison 10. Catherine Mullen 11. Nicole Blaesser 12. Bethany Nickless 13. Kara Storage 14. Aileen Conlon 15. Tera Moody 16. Jaime Canterbury 17. Megan Lerch 18. Leigh Cordes 19. Lindsay Allen 20. Toni Salucci* 21. Alisha Williams 22. Abbi Antablin 23. Karen Dimoff 24. Catherine Robbie* 25. Alvina Begay 26. Kara June 27. Jessica Minty* 28. Andrija Barker-McCurry 29. Amanda Occhi 30. Cassandra Slade (235 finishers)

Riadha ASICS Aggies Zap Fitness New Balance Boston Boulder Running Co./adidas ASICS Aggies Peninsula Distance Club Club Northwest McMillan Elite New York A.C. Club Northwest ASICS Aggies RC Run Ohio Racing Team Central Park T.C. Boulder Running Co./adidas McMillan Elite Mountain West T.C. Run Ohio Racing Team McMillan Elite adidas Raleigh Team Boulder Running Co./adidas New York A.C. Bowerman A.C. New York A.C. McMillan Elite ASICS Aggies Zap Fitness Oiselle Running Club Boulder Running Co./adidas Boulder Running Co./adidas

20:23 20:36 20:38 20:39 20:40 20:41 20:56 20:56 21:01 21:05 21:05 21:08 21:09 21:10 21:12 21:14 21:14 21:16 21:17 21:18 21:19 21:20 21:21 21:21 21:22 21:26 21:27 21:28 21:28 21:31

2010 U.S. Championships Ritzenhein and Flanagan Dominate Spokane, Washington, Feb. 13, 2010 (World Championship selection meet-top 6 qualify-*) http://www.usatf.org/events/2010/USAXCChampionships/schedule.asp Ritzenhein: http://tinyurl.com/2wkn3xq


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Dathan Ritzenhein waited until late in the race before pulling away from early leaders Patrick Smyth and Scott Bauhs to win his third U.S. title. Shalane Flanagan led from the gun as she won her fourth title by almost a minute over Molly Huddle. Junior titles were won by Providence freshman Shelby Greany and Portland freshman Trevor Dunbar, who fought off a battle with strep throat to win the men’s race. Said Flanagan about the race and the upcoming World Championships in Poland, “I planned to run conservative for the first lap, within myself, and then run a hard 6K and whoever was with me was with me. I was just going to run my own race. I just visualized that last lap being in a lot of pain in Poland and having to dig deep and run against the best in the world. I'm always trying to mentally prepare myself for the next step so I just practice some of that mental toughness that you’ll have to exhibit [at the Worlds].” A lingering foot problem would force Ritzenhein to miss out on the World Championships in Poland (see above link).

SENIOR MEN (12K) 1. Dathan Ritzenhein Nike 34:34 2. Patrick Smyth* Team USA Minnesota 34:52 3. Scott Bauhs* adidas 35:02 4. Ben Bruce* Oregon TC-Elite 35:16 5. Bobby Curtis* Reebok 35:23 6. Ryan Vail* Brooks 35:26 7. Bobby Mack* Athletics Foot Racing 35:34 8. Antonio Vega Team USA Minnesota 35:41 9. Stephen Furst Raleigh, NC 35:45 10. Matt Gabrielson Team USA Minnesota 35:47 11. Max King Bowerman A.C. 35:58 12. Thomas Kloos San Francisco, CA 36:00 13. Dave Jankowski Zap Fitness 36:06 14. Michael Spence Ogden, UT 36:09 15. Nick Arciniaga Hansons-Brooks 36:22 16. Jesse Armijo Albuquerque, NM 36:37 17. John Mickowski U.S. Army 36:40 18. Jarrod Shoemaker Saucony 36:47 19. Aaron Lanzel U.S. Navy 37:06 20. Jonathan Cardenas ASICS Aggie Running Club 37:07 21. Matt Williams U.S. Air Force 37:08 22. Nate Peck Zap Fitness 37:14 23. Justin Lutz U.S. Navy 37:14 24. Billy Nelson Oregon T.C. Elite 37:21 25. Josh Eberly Brooks 37:28 26. Sean Houseworth U.S. Air Force 37:37 27. Chad Portwood Spokane Steamers 37:41 28. Kirby Davis Bowerman A.C. 37:49 29. Juan Carlos Trujillo Eugene, OR 38:15 30. Mark Moeller Spokane, WA 38:04 31.Joshua Glaab (Starnds) 38:05, 32.Esteban Trujillo (Eugene,OR) 38:15, 33.Aaron Nodolf (Wisconsin Runner RT) 38:18, 34.Darin Shearer (U.S. Army) 38:19, 35.Benjamin Payne (U.S. Air Force) 38:21, 36.Mario Mendoza (Asics Aggie RC) 38:23, 37.Jonathan Anderson (U.S. Army) 38:30, 38.Jonathan Marcus (Bowerman A.C.) 38:34, 39.Levi Severson (U.S. Air Force) 38:36, 40.Tommy Neal (Boulder Running Co.) 38:40, 41.Brett Winegar (Club NW) 38:44, 42.Abraham Wengel (U.S. Air Force) 38:51, 43.Jason Schlarb (U.S. Air Force) 38:51, 44.Brian Butzler (U.S. Army) 38:56, 45.Jason Delaney (Boulder Running CO.) 38:58, 46.John Mentzer (U.S. Navy) 38:58, 47.Ahrlin Bauman (Bowerman AC) 38:59, 48.Josh Hadway (Spokane,WA) 39:09, 49.Kevin Murphy (Club NW) 39:13, 50.Roosevelt Cook (Oak Hills,CA) 39:25, 51.Alan King (Big Sky Distance Project) 39:36, 52.Nick Mosey (Spokane Steamers) 39:41, 53.Eric Heely (U.S. Army) 39:50, 54.Brian Yurkewecz (Fultonville,NY) 39:51, 55.Brian Dumm (U.S. Air Force) 40:00, 56.Matt Bejar (Spokane,WA) 40:15, 57.Robert Killian (U.S. Army) 40:21, 58.Jason Brosseau (U.S. Air Force) 40:22, 59.Richard Jennings (U.S. Marine Corp) 40:25, 60.Corey Duquette (U.S. Navy) 40:27, 61.Juan Ortega (Albuquerque,NM) 40:31, 62.Brett Withers (Woodinville,WA) 40:35, 63.Tyler Hubbard (U.S. Marine Corps) 40:40, 64.Evan Sims (Spokane Steamers) 40:46, 65.Ben Lance (Mills Creek,WA) 40:47, 66.Ken Burgess (U.S. Navy) 40:50, 67.Ian Berge (Spokane,WA) 40:54, 68.Thomas Morgan (Zap Fitness) 41:02, 69.James Conrick (Club Northwest) 41:04, 70.Adam Crandall (U.S. Marines) 41:05, 71.Liam Collins (U.S. Army) 41:17, 72.Jeremy Brown (Seattle,WA) 41:23, 73.Kenneth Foster (U.S. Army) 41:26, 74.Nicholas Crowell (U.S. Navy) 41:30, 75.Andrew Huston (Bowerman AC) 41:38, 76.Ryan Ellis (U.S. Marines) 41:58, 77.Andrew Walker (Seattle,WA) 42:00, 78.Thomas Pileggi (Spokane Steamers) 42:29, 79.Dana Walters (Oceanside,CA) 42:33, 80.Loren Wohletz (Albuquerque,NM) 42:37, 81.Patrick Lueras (Wings of America) 42:43, 82.Christopher Kehoe (Jefferson,IA) 42:55, 83.Hossein Baghdadi (Bowerman AC) 43:30, 84.Robert Palmer (Gillette,WY) 45:02, 85.Daniel McIntosh (Spokane Mercu-

ry Athl.) 45:45, 86.Patrick Moore (Spokane,WA) 45:58, 87.Josh Fristoe (Albuquerque,NM) 46:29, 88.Dana Patton (Albuquerque,NM) 48:07, 89.Cherif Gacis (San Marcos,TX) 49:39.

TEAMS (4 score) TOTAL 1 1. Bowerman A.C. 13 1 2. Spokane Steamers24 2

2 3 6

3 4 7

4 5 9

5 8 -

6 10 -

7 -

SENIOR WOMEN (8K) 1. Shalana Flanagan* Nike 25:10 2. Molly Huddle* Saucony 26:02 3. Amy Hastings* Flagstaff, AZ 26:06 4. Magdalena Lewy Boulet* Saucony 26:10 5. Renee Metivier Baillie* Boulder, CO 26:26 6. Sara Hall ASICS 26:37 7. Emily Brown* New Balance 26:55 8. Blake Russell Reebok 27:08 9. Katie McGregor Reebok 27:09 10. Kathy Newberry New York Athletic Club 27:20 11. Emily Harrison McMillan Elite 27:25 12. Delilah DiCrescenzo Puma 27:30 13. Meghan Armstrong Team USA Minnesota 27:33 14. Erin Nehus Indianapolis, IN 27:36 15. Alissa McKaig Zap Fitness 27:43 16. Toni Salucci Chapel Hill, NC 27:46 17. Rachel Booth New Balance Silicon Valley 27:51 18. Kim Conley ASICS Aggie Running Club 27:55 19. Shannon Payne Boulder Running Company 28:00 20. Nicole Feest Boulder Running Company 28:05 21. Anne Bersagel New Balance Silicon Valley 28:11 22. Kaitlin Gregg UC-Davis 28:19 23. Natasha Labeaud Georgetown University 28:20 24. Bethany Brewster Wisconsin Runner RT 28:33 25. Kristin Anderson Riadha 28:40 26. Megan Guiney New York Athletic Club 28:50 27. Catherine Robbie New York Athletic Club 28:54 28. Megan Lerch Mountain West T.C. 28:59 29. Collier Lawrence Reno, NV 29:05 30. Caroline White U.S. Air Force 29:27 31.Lori Walker (Henderson, CO) 29:38, 32.Emily Potter (U.S. Army) 29:53, 33.Kelly Calway (U.S. Army) 30:06, 34.Haley Cooper (Spokane Swifts) 30:13, 35.Brittany Oregan (Spokane, WA) 30:14, 36.Kaitlin Koplin (U.S. Marines) 30:16, 37.Brianna Anderson-Gregg (Eugene,OR) 30:24, 38.Brenda Schrank (U.S. Air Force) 30:33, 39.Trisha Stavinoha (U.S. Army) 30:39, 40.Jodi Suter (Spokane Swifts) 30:43, 41.Elissa Ballas (U.S. Air Force) 30:44, 42.Rye Palen (Mountain West TC) 30:46, 43.Lara Brown (Portland,OR) 30:47, 44.Angela Martell (U.S. Air Force) 30:56, 45.Kayla Lloyd (Spokane,WA) 31:00, 46.Emily McMahon (Eugene,OR) 31:01, 47.Annie Warner (Spokane Swifts) 31:01, 48.Jenny Newton (Mountain West TC) 31:03, 49.Aigail Larson (Salt Lake City,UT) 31:04, 50.Ilea Eskildsen (Ft.Walton Beach,FL) 31:09, 51.Laura Volcheff (Colo.Springs, CO) 31:11, 52.Lori Buratto (Spokane Swifts) 31:23, 53.Darcy Spiese (Montclair,VA) 31:23, 54.Katie Caba (Bend,OR) 31:25, 55.Jennifer Ledford U.S. Marines) 31:27, 56.Janet Collar (Spokane Swifts) 31:32, 57.Sarah Ranson (Spokane Swifts) 31:39, 58.Suzanne Himes (U.S. Navy) 31:41, 59.Jaymee Marty (Impala RT) 32:00, 60.Maureen Carr (U.S. Marines) 32:05, 61.Katie Nelson (Spokane Swifts) 32:28, 62.Erica Chabalko (U.S. Army) 32:32, 63.Laura Springer (U.S. Navy) 32:47, 64.Cinda Brown (U.S. Navy) 33:01, 65.Heather McLaughlin (Spokane Swifts) 33:06, 66.Erin Demchko (U.S. Marines) 33:44, 67.Pamela Schultz (Spokane Swifts) 33:45, 68.Jaime Van Lith (Caldwell,ID) 33:47, 69.Susan Osborn (Spokane Swifts) 33:53, 70.Gretchen Rose Wolf (Spokane Swifts) 33:53, 71.Angella Jackson (U.S. Army) 33:55, 72.Adrianne Campbell (Spokane Swifts) 34:23, 73.Kirsten Lightfoot (Phoenix,AZ) 34:25, 74.Emily Reuter (U.S. Navy) 34:32, 75.Jaana Hahn (U.S. Navy) 36:27, 76.Lora Jackson (Spokane Swifts) 37:16.

TEAMS(4 score) TOTAL 1 1. Spokane Swifts A 11 1 2. Spokane Swifts B 29 4

2 2 6

3 3 9

4 5 10

5 7 11

6 8 -

7 -

JUNIOR MEN (8K) 1. Trevor Dunbar* 2. Walter Schafer* 3. Andrew Colley* 4. Andrew Kimpel* 5. Michael Lynch*

University of Portland Cherry Creek H.S.-CO North Carolina State Washington State Oklahoma State (redshirt)

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6. Ammar Moussa* Arcadia H.S.-CA (junior) 24:28 7. Erik Olson Novato H.S.-CA (senior) 24:34 8. Jonathan Nelson Brigham Young 24:45 9. Taylor Monaghan Oklahoma State (redshirt) 24:53 10. Jeff Arnier Lamar H.S.-TX (senior) 25:06 11. Albaro Escalera Indiana State 25:08 12. Julian Meyer Ohio State 25:08 13. Conner Peloquin Gig Harbor H.S.-WA (senior) 25:08 14. Andrew Gardner Mead H.S.-WA (freshman) 25:13 15. Shane Moskowitz Central Kitsap-WA (senior) 25:22 16. Joe Beveridge LaSalle University 25:28 17. Alfredo Santana LaSalle University 25:29 18. Dart Schwaderer Wisconsin (redshirt) 25:31 19. Peter McDonald University of Portland 25:33 20. Dillon Shije Colorado (redshirt) 25:41 21. Josh Williams Edgewood College 25:44 22. Andrew Palmer Walt Whitman H.S.-MD (senior) 25:45 23. Neal Berman Wisconsin (redshirt) 25:49 24. Bobby Peavey Georgetown 25:51 25. Ben Furcht Georgetown 25:51 26.Wyatt Landrum (Diablo Valley J.C.) 26:00, 27.Bobby Andrews (No.Carolina St.) 26:05, 28.Mattthew Perez (Okla.St.-redshirt) 26:09, 29.Connor Callahan (Marquette) 26:10, 30.Phil Fairleigh (Cary-Grove,IL H.S.-senior) 26:33, 31.Nate Brennand (Olympia,WA H.S.-Sr) 26:41, 32.Alexander Nelson (Saugus H.S.,CA-senior) 26:44, 33.Spencer Agnew (Marquette) 26:48, 34.Jared Christian (Gonzaga) 26:49, 35.Ryan Evans (Augustana College) 26:54, 36.Geoffrey Bogan (Rancho Bernardo, CA H.S.-junior) 26:58, 37.Johnathan Yazzie (Chinle,AZ H.S.-soph) 27:11, 38.Ned Fischer (Colville,WA H.S.-senior) 27:16, 39.Lucien Corriveau (Riverside Indian School,OK/Wings of America) 27:18, 40.Justin Lueras (Los Lunas,NM-senior/Wings of America) 27:45, 41.Troy Madalena (Jemez Valley,NM H.S.soph/Wings of America) 27:53, 42.Collin Overbay (Gonzaga Prep,WA-senior) 28:05, 43.Dakota Parker (Barron Park Striders) 28:11, 44.Colton Hastings (Colville H.S.,WA-junior) 28:22, 45.Eric Markham (Okemah H.S.,OK-junior/Wings of America) 29:26, 46.Jared Shorten (Olympia H.S.,WA-junior) 30:06, 47.Paul Huynh (Normandy Park,WA) 31:50.

TEAMS (4 score) TOTAL 1 1. Barron Park Striders 14 1 2. Wings of America 22 4

2 2 5

3 3 6

4 8 7

5 10 9

6 -

7 -

JUNIOR WOMEN (8K) 1. Shelby Greany* Providence College 20:27 2. Emily Sisson* Parkway Central, MO (senior) 20:32 3. Juliet Bottorff* Duke 20:33 4. Emily Jones* Georgetown 20:34 5. Laura Tremblay* Colorado (redshirt) 20:47 6. Sophia Ziemian* Duke 20:50 7. Kayla Hale Duke 20:57 8. Madeline Morgan Duke 20:57 9. Lindsay Flanagan Univ. Washington 21:05 10. Audrey Huth Northwestern 21:25 11. Kyle Blakeslee Augustana College 21:38 12. Molly Grabill Rancho Bernardo H.S.-CA (junior)21:47 13. Samantha Roecker Providence College 21:50 14. Catrina McAlister Arcadia H.S.-CA (junior) 22:01 15. Kaitlyn Barry Baylor 22:06 16. Ashlee Smalley Univ. New Mexico 22:21 17. Jordan Jenkins North Carolina State 22:24 18. Grace Green Univ. Washington 22:29 19. Hannah Valenzuela Apple Valley H.S.-CA (junior) 22:29 20. Kelsey Smith South Tahoe H.S.-CA (senior) 22:38 21. Breanna Huschka Univ. Washington 22:41 22. Molly Mann San Clemente H.S.-CA (soph) 22:58 23. Laura Beresford Dana Hills H.S.-CA (junior) 22:59 24. Sarah Darby San Clemente H.S.-CA (senior) 23:15 25. Robyn Arnold Redlands H.S.-CA (junior) 23:22 26.Carly Kitts (Midlothian H.S. TX-junior) 23:27, 27.Kaitlyn Harrison (San Clemente H.S.,CA-junior) 23:27, 28.Alison Palmer (San Clemente H.S.,CAjunior) 23:29, 29.Kaitlyn Smith (San Clemnte H.S.,CA-junior) 23:34, 30.Lacey Nation (Gonzag) 23:37, 31.Rolonda Jumbo (Chinle H.S.,AZ-soph/Wings of America) 23:43, 32.Charnelle Curley (Chinle H.S.,AZ-senior/W of A), 33.Tamara Lementino (Rio Rancho H.S.,NM-soph) 24:29, 34.Madison Huffman (San Clemente H.S.,CA-freshman) 24:35, 35.Lizzy Hays (San Clemente H.S.,CA-freshman) 24:39, 36.Felicia James (Miyamura H.S.,NM-soph/W of A) 25:09, 37.Marlinda Pecos (Sante Fe Indian School,NM/W of A) 25:35, 38.Tatum Ohana (San Clemente H.S.,CA-junior) 26:24, 39.Dianne Duboise (Fort Wingate H.S.,NM-junior/W of A) 26:25.

MASTERS MEN (8K) 1.Tracy Lokken-44 (Marquette,MI) 25:40, 2.Keith Mulhollon-40 (Badgerland RT) 26:20, 3.Mike Blackmore-48 (Bowerman A.C.) 26:38, 4.Darren DeReuck44 (Running Republic of Boulder), 5.Carl Combs-44 (Cheney,WA) 26:45.

MASTERS WOMEN (8K) 1.Colleen DeReuck-45 (Running Republic of Boulder) 27:27, 2.Laura Haefeli-42 (Fleet Feet-Boulder) 29:13, 3.Jennifer Cubillas-40 (Fleet Feet Boulder) 31:06, 4.Lisa Goldsmith-45 (Fleet Feet Boulder) 31:17, 5.Laura Bruess-49 (Running Republic of Boulder) 31:30.

2010 IAAF World Championships Kenya Sweeps 4 Titles (Team and Individual) Bronze for U.S. Women Bydgoszcz, Poland, March 28, 2010 IAAF Site: http://www.iaaf.org/wxc10/l USATF: http://www.usatf.org/events/2010/IAAFWorldXCChampionships/ TIRUNESH DIBABA: http://www.iaaf.org/WXC10/news/kind=100/newsid=56341.html Everyone in attendance probably now knows the Kenyan National Anthem by heart, since it was played 8 times during the 3 hours of competition! Kenya did what no other country had ever done before in the history of these championships—win all of the individual and team titles! With 6-time long-course winner Kenenisa Bekele out with an injury, Joseph Ebuya won the senior men’s race to lead Kenya to a lopsided team win over Eritrea (20-46). Emily Chebet edged teammate Linet Masai in the senior women’s race as Kenya beat Ethiopia for the team title (14–22). With Shalane Flanagan leading the way with her 12th-place finish, the U.S. women ended a 7-year drought by winning the Bronze medals. The other scorers for the U.S. were Molly Huddle (19th), Magdalena Lewy-Boulet (20th) and Amy Hastings (25th). Kenya’s dominance was evident in the junior races as they swept the top four individual places in each to pick up a pair of perfect 10-point scores.

SENIOR MEN (11,556m) TEAMS (4 score) 1. Kenya 2. Eritrea 3. Ethiopia 4. Morocco 5. Uganda 6. Spain 7. Tanzania 8. Bahrain 9. United States 10.France 11.Qatar 12.South Africa 13.Portugal 14.Great Britain 15.Australia 16.Japan 17.Brazil 18.Poland 19.New Zealand 20.Mexico 21.Iraq

TOTAL 20 46 69 89 90 154 163 172 182 186 188 198 229 237 292 329 378 380 388 395 497

1 1 2 10 12 3 14 31 6 36 27 11 23 42 21 38 76 74 77 87 63 122

2 4 5 17 18 16 33 34 32 45 40 50 52 58 44 70 78 86 90 92 103 124

3 7 15 20 29 28 51 41 49 48 55 54 61 60 65 84 82 99 105 98 106 125

4 8 24 22 30 43 56 57 85 53 64 73 62 69 107 100 93 119 108 111 123 126

5 9 35 25 37 59 68 67 66 71 75 96 109 -

6 19 39 26 79 81 80 94 101 116 -

INDIVIDUALS 1. Joseph Ebuya 2. Teklemariam 3. Moses Kipsiro 4. Leonard Komon 5. Samuel Tsegay 6. Hasan Mahboob 7. Richard Mateelong

Kenya Eritrea Uganda Kenya Eritrea Bahrain Kenya

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8. Paul Tanui Kenya 33:30 9. Hosea Macharinyang Kenya 33:31 10. Gebre Gebremariam Ethiopia 33:35 11. Ahmad Hassan Abdullah Qatar 33:36 12. Chakir Boujattaoui Morocco 33:42 13. Simon Bairu Canada 33:44 14. Alemayehu Bezabeh Spain 33:47 15. Kidane Tadasse Eritrea 33:58 16. Geofrey Kusuro Uganda 33:54 17. Abera Kuma Ethiopia 33:55 18. Anis Selmouni Morocco 33:58 19. Lucas Rotich Kenya 33:58 20. Hunegnaw Mesfin Ethiopia 34:01 21. Mo Farah Great Britain 34:09 22. Azmeraw Bekele Ethiopia 34:21 23. Stephen Mokoka South Africa 34:23 24. Kiflom Sium Eritrea 34:24 25. Ayele Abshero Ethiopia 34:27 26. Feyisa Lilesa (Ethiopia) 34:27, 27. Driss El Himer (France) 34:27, 28.Dickson Huru (Uganda) 34:35, 29.Ahmed Baday (Morocco) 34:36, 30.El Houssaine Dham (Morocco) 34:37, 31.Fabiano Joseph Massi (Tanzania) 34:38, 32.Alemu Bekele (Bahrain) 34:39, 33.Carles Castillejo (Spain) 34:40, 34.Gitimi SHamba (Tanzania) 34:41, 35.Tesfayohannes Mesfin (Eritrea) 34:48, 36.Patrick Smyth (USA) 34:51, 37.Abderrahim El Asri (Morocco) 34:54, 38.Liam Adams (Australia) 34:55, 39.Tewelde Estifanos (Eritrea) 34:57, 40.Abdellatif Meftah (France) 35:00, 41.Martin Hhaway Sulle (Tanzania) 35:01, 42.Yousef El Kalai (Portugal) 35:02, 43.Ben Siwa (Uganda) 35:03, 44.Andrew Vernon (Great Britain) 35:03, 45.Ryan Vail (USA) 35:04, 46.Kaddour Slimani (Italy) 35:04, 47.Miguel Barzola (Argentina) 35:06, 48.Bobby Curtis (USA) 35:08, 49.Bilisuma Shugi (Bahrain) 35:10, 50.Felix Kikwai Kibore (Qatar) 35:11, 51.Ayad Kamdassen (Spain) 35:12, 52.Lungisa Mdeddelwa (So.Africa) 35:12, 53.Scott Bauhs (USA) 35:14, 54.Gamal Belal Salem (Qatar) 35:14, 55.Hassan Hirt (France) 35:14, 56.ALberto Lozano (Spain) 35:18, 57.Marco Joseph (Tanzania) 35:20, 58.Fernando Silva (Portugal) 35:21, 59.James Kibet (Uganda) 35:24, 60.Licino Pimintel (Portugal) 35:26, 61.Sibabalwe Mzazi (So.Africa) 35:26, 62.Kgosi Tsosane (So.Africa) 35:28, 63.Juan Luis Barrios (Mexico) 35:29, 64.Said Berioui (France) 35:31, 65.Michael Skinner (Great Britain) 35:31, 66.Denis Mayaud (France) 35:34, 67.Bobby Mack (USA) 35:36, 68.Antonio David Jiminez (Spain) 35:38, 69.Manuel Damiao (Portugal) 35:39, 70.Clinton Perrett (Australia) 35:39, 71.Xolisa Tyali (So.Africa) 35:40, 72.Stephane Joly (Switzerland) 35:41, 73.Essa Ismail Rashed (Qatar) 35:44, 74.Gilberto Lopes (Brazil) 35:44, 75.Heider Ornelas (Portugal) 35:48, 76.Tetsuya Yoroizaka (Japan) 35:48, 77.Arkadiusz Gardzielewski (Poland) 35:48, 78.Hiroyoshi Umegae (Japan) 35:48, 79.Martin Toroitich (Uganda) 35:52, 80.Ben Bruce (USA) 35:56, 81.Javier Guerra (Spain) 35:57, 82.Takuya Noguchi (Japan) 36:02, 83.Tasama Moogas (Israel) 36:07, 84.Collis Birmingham (Australia) 36:09, 85.Dejene Regassa (Bahrain) 36:09, 86.Joilson da Silva (Brazil) 36:11, 87.Edwin Henshaw (New Zealand) 36:12, 88.Ramolefi Motsieola (Lesotho) 36:14, 89.Kaelo Mosalagae (Botsawana) 36:15, 90.Kamil Poczwardowski (Poland) 36:16, 91.Martin Dematteis (Italy) 36:16, 92.Andrew Davidson (New Zealand) 36:19, 93.Tsubasa Hayakawa (Japan) 36:19, 94.Stephane Lefrand (France) 36:21, 95.Atelaw Yeshetela (Belgium) 36:22, 96.Kazuya Deguchi (Japan) 36:23, 97.Atef Saad (Tunisia) 36:29, 98.Shaun Krawitz (New Zealand) 36:30, 99.Sergio da Silva (Brazil) 36:35, 100.Jeff Hunt (Australia) 36:37, 101.Minato Oishi (Japan) 36:46, 102.El Akhdar Hachani (Tunisia) 36:46, 103.Juan Carlos Carera (Mexico) 36:51, 104.Methkal Abu Drais (Jordan) 36:58, 105.Blazej Brezinski (Poland) 37:03, 106.Josefat Gonzalez (Mexico) 37:08, 107.James Wilkinson (Great Britain) 37:10, 108.Krystian Zalewski (Poland) 37:11, 109.Jaroslaw Cichocki (Poland) 37:14, 110.Tilahaun Aliyev (Azerbaijan) 37:17, 111.Kim Hogarth (New Zealand) 37:19, 112.Ramoseka Raobine (Botswana) 37:36, 113.Wissem Hosni (Tunisia) 37:41, 114.Rapula Diphoko (Botsawana) 37:45, 115.Takhir Mamashayev (Kazakhstan) 37:50, 116.Tadeusz Zbiewski (Poland) 38:10, 117.Vjatseslav Koselev (Estonia) 38:14, 118.Siyabonga Nkonde (So.Africa) 38:21, 119.Leonardo Vieira Guedes (Brazil) 39:17, 120.Sotyvoldy Khaitov (Tajikistan) 39:19, 121.Gaylord Silly (Seychelles) 39:45, 122.Mahmood Alrashedi (Iraq) 39:46, 123.Pablo Olmedo (Mexico) 39:47, 124.Sadeq Jaafar Lafta (Iraq) 40:43, 125.Hussein Mohammed Subaihawi (Iraq) 40:45, 126.Noori Al-Darraji (Iraq) 41:29, 127.Richard Blagg (Gibon) 46:24; DNFJavier Carriqueo (Argentina), Duer Yoa (Australia), Gilmar Lopes (Brazil), Hicham Bellani (Morocco), Jose Rocha (Portugal), Mohammed Abduh Bakhet (Qatar), Sylvain Rukundo (Rwanda), Mohamed Isak (Somalia).

SENIOR WOMEN (7,704m) TEAMS (4 score) 1. Kenya 2. Ethiopia 3. United States

TOTAL 14 22 76

1 1 3 12

2 2 4 19

3 5 7 20

4 6 8 25

5 13 9 38

6 14 18 41

4. Morocco Portugal 6. Great Britain 7. Japan 8. Australia 9. Bahrain 10.South Africa 11.Spain 12.Poland

127 127 140 150 155 163 171 175 231

26 21 23 30 17 11 15 29 36

28 27 33 31 32 16 22 40 61

34 35 37 43 48 65 66 52 64

39 44 47 46 58 71 68 54 70

51 60 63 49 79 72 59 76

56 62 53 77 -

INDIVIDUALS 1. Emily Chebet Kenya 24:19 2. Linet Masai Kenya 24:20 3. Meselech Melkamu Ethiopia 24:26 4. Tirunesh Dibaba Ethiopia 24:38 5. Lineth Chepkurui Kenya 24:40 6. Margaret Muriuki Kenya 24:42 7. Feyse Tadese Ethiopia 25:03 8. Mamitu Daska Ethiopia 25:03 9. Werknesh Kidane Ethiopia 25:07 10. Hilda Kibet Netherlands 25:17 11. Shitaye Eshete Bahrain 25:20 12. Shalane Flanagan United States 25:20 13. Hannah Gatheru Kenya 25:36 14. Gladys Chemweno Kenya 25:39 15. Lebogang Phalula South Africa 25:43 16. Mimi Belete Bahrain 25:47 17. Benita Willis Australia 25:56 18. Abebech Afework Ethiopia 25:58 19. Molly Huddle United States 25:59 20. Magdalena Lewy-Boulet United States 26:01 21. Jessica Augusto Portugal 26:02 22. Dina Lebo Phalula South Africa 26:05 23. Stephanie Twell Great Britain 26:11 24. Elena Romagnolo Italy 26:17 25. Amy Hastings United States 26:20 26.Siham Hilali (Morocco) 26:21, 27.Sara Moreira (Portugal) 26:22, 28.Salima El Ouali Alami (Morocco) 26:28, 29.Rosa Morato (Spain) 26:29, 30.Risa Takenaka (Japan) 26:29, 31.Hitomi Niiya (Japan) 26:30, 32.Lara Tamsett (Australia) 26:34, 33.Faye Fullerton (Great Britain) 26:36, 34.Btissam Lakhouad (Morocco) 26:41, 35.Analia Rosa (Portugal) 26:43, 36.Katarzyna Kowalska (Poland) 26:45, 37.Freya Murray (Great Britain) 26:45, 38.Renee Metivier-Baillie (USA) 26:48, 39.Bouchra Chaabi (Morocco) 26:48, 40.Alessandra Aquilar (Spain) 26:52, 41.Emily Brown (USA) 26:53, 42.Fatima Yvelain (France) 26:57, 43.Yuko Mizuguchi (Japan) 26:57, 44.Ana Dias (Portugal) 26:58, 45.Oneile Dintwe (Botswana) 26:58, 46.Kazue Kojima (Japan) 26:59, 47.Stevie Stockton (Great Britain) 27:01, 48.Eloise Welling (Australia) 27:05, 49.Yuko Shimizu (Japan) 27:07, 50.Christine Bardelle (France) 27:09, 51.Asmae Ghizlane (Morocco) 27:11, 52.Jacqueline Martin (Spain) 27:12, 53.Nanako Hayashi (Japan) 27:13, 54.Judith Pia (Spain) 27;23, 55.Gezashign Safarova (Azerbaijan) 27:25, 56.Hanane Ouhaddou (Morocco) 27:29, 57.Safa Aissaoui (Tunisia) 27:30, 58.Anna Thompson (Australia) 27:31, 59.Gema Barrachina (Spain) 27:32, 60.Daniela Cunha (Portugal) 27:34, 61.Agnieszka Ciolek (Poland) 27:40, 62.Vanessa Fernandez (Portugal) 27:42, 63.Hayley Yelling (Great Britain) 27:45, 64.Aleksandra Jawor (Poland) 27:45, 65.Aster Tesfaye (Bahrain) 27:46, 66.Ronel Thomas (South Africa) 27:53, 67.Anayelli Navarro (Mexico) 27:53, 68.Ntombesintu Mfunzi (South Africa) 27:53, 69.Linda Byrne (Ireland) 27:56, 70.Agnieszka Jerzyk (Poland) 28:08, 71.Lishan Dula (Bahrain) 28:16, 72.Marelise Retief (South Africa) 28:17, 73.Minhong Lu (China) 28:19, 74.Rachel Kingsford (New Zealand) 28:20, 75.Changqin Ding (China) 28:32, 76.Iwona Lewandowska (Poland) 28:44, 77.Tebogo Masehla (South Africa) 28:46, 78.Fatma Lanouar (Tunisia) 28:46, 79.Tamara Carvolth (Australia) 28:49, 80.Xiaofan Ho (China) 29:13, 81.Anna Pyatkina (Kazakhstan) 29:36, 82.Silviya Danekova (Bulgaria) 30:00, 83.Simone Zapha (Seychelles) 34:51, 84.Nadima Mirzoeva (Tajikistan) 36:12; DNF-Karoline Bjerkeli (Norway), Mariola Konowalska (Poland).

JUNIOR MEN (7,704m) TEAMS (4 score) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Kenya Ethiopia Uganda Eritrea Morocco Japan South Africa

TOTAL 10 32 56 66 121 133 157

1 1 6 5 12 25 28 21

2 2 7 13 15 26 32 30

3 3 9 18 17 33 35 48

4 4 10 20 22 37 38 58

5 8 14 24 23 49 40 77

6 11 16 104 87

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8. United States 9. Great Britain 10.Algeria 11.Canada 12.Sudan 13.France 14.Australia 15.Italy 16.Spain 17.Poland 18.Tunisia 19.Egypt

169 198 216 234 270 273 282 309 322 354 365 456

29 41 43 27 36 51 39 55 56 72 70 112

42 47 52 65 61 71 64 79 81 82 94 113

44 50 53 67 80 73 83 85 88 95 100 115

54 60 68 75 93 78 96 90 97 105 101 116

66 62 92 76 86 106 103 -

84 74 98 91 89 109 107 -

INDIVIDUALS 1. Caleb Ndiku (17) Kenya 22:07 2. Clement Langat (18) Kenya 22:09 3. Japhet Korir (16) Kenya 22:12 4. Isaiah Koech (17) Kenya 22:24 5. Moses Kibet (19) Uganda 22:27 6. Debebe Woldsenbet (18) Ethiopia 22:28 7. Gashaw Biftu (19) Ethiopia 22:31 8. Gideon Kipketer (17) Kenya 22:33 9. Gebretsadik Abraha (17) Ethiopia 22:37 10. Belete Assefa (19) Ethiopia 22:41 11. Charles Chepkurui (18) Kenya 22:44 12. Nassir Dawud (19) Eritrea 22:48 13. Timothy Toroitich (18) Uganda 22:48 14. Yekeber Bayabel (18) Ethiopia 22:55 15. Goitom Kifle (16) Eritrea 22:57 16. Mosinet Geremew (18) Ethiopia 23:00 17. Mulue Andom (18) Eritrea 23:02 18. Thomas Ayeko (18) Uganda 23:02 19. Edwin Kimurer (18) Bahrain 23:12 20. Alex Cherop (19) Uganda 23:16 21. Joel Mmone (18) South Africa 23:17 22. Teklit Teweldebrhan (16) Eritrea 23:18 23. Samson Gebreyohanes (18) Eritrea 23:24 24. Soyekwo Kibet (17) Uganda 23:24 25. Hicham Sigueni (17) Morocco 23:28 26. Abdelhadi Labali (Morocco) 23:28, 27.Mohammed Ahmed (Canada) 23:29, 28.Akinobu Murasaw (Japan) 23:29, 29.Trevor Dunbar (USA) 23:36, 30.Sityhilo Diko (South Africa) 23:40, 31.Sondre Nordstad Moen (Norway) 23:41, 32.Suguru Osako (Japan) 23:42, 33.Othmane El Goumri (Morocco) 23:42, 34.Isaac Chelimo (Bahrain) 23:44, 35.Takumi Honda (Japan) 23:48, 36.Adam Abdelmunaim (Sudan) 23:54, 37.Abdelmajid El Hissouf (Morocco) 23:56, 38.Kazuto Nishiike (Japan) 24:01, 39.Kevin Batt (Australia) 24:08, 40.Takashi Ichida (Japan) 24:09, 41.Ronnie Sparke (Great Britain) 24:10, 42.Andrew Colley (USA) 24:10, 43.Abderrahmane (Anou (ALgeria) 24:14, 44.Walter Schafer (USA) 24:17, 45.Indelow Takala (Israel) 24:18, 46.Rui Pinto (Portugal) 24:19, 47.Callum Hawkins (Great Britain) 24:21, 48.Vuyisile Tshoba (South Africa) 24:27, 49.Othmane Laaroussi (Morocco) 24:31, 50.Tom Farrell (Great Britain) 24:33, 51.Bryan Cantero (France) 24:35, 52.Mohammed El Amin Cheouaf (Algeria) 24:35, 53.Anes Traikia (Algeria) 24:36, 54.Andrew Kimpel (USA) 24:37, 55.Michele Fontana (Italy) 24:38, 56.Aitor (Fernandez (Spain) 24:40, 57.Diego Bautista (Mexico) 24:40, 58.Pieter Jacobus Wilders (South Africa) 24:40, 59.John Travers (Ireland) 24:44, 60.Ben Norris (Great Britain) 24:48, 61.Adam Haroon (Sudan) 24:49, 62.Jonathan Hay (Great Britain) 24:53, 63.Jose Costa (Portugal) 24:57, 64.David Ricketts (Australia) 24:57, 65.Lucas Bruchet (Canada) 24:57, 66.Ammar Moussa (USA) 25:00, 67.Dylan Haight (Canada) 25:00, 68.Mohamed Salhi (Algeria) 25:01, 69.Aaron Pulford (New Zealand) 25:02, 70.Houssem Chaabani (Tunisia) 25:02, 71.Romain Collenot-Spriet (France) 25:03, 72.Marek Kowalski (Poland) 25:04, 73.Tanguy Pepiot (France) 25:04, 74.Richard Goodman (Great Britain) 25:05, 75.Daryl Smith (Canada) 25:06, 76.Mattias Wolter (Canada) 25:06, 77.Lucas Bothobutie (South Africa) 25:06, 78.Michael Gras (France) 25:09, 79.Francois Marzetta (Italy) 25:13, 80.Yousif Musa Daif Alla (Sudan) 25:14, 81.Fernando Carro (Spain) 25:17, 82.Marek Skorupa (Poland) 25:19, 83.Ethan Heywood (Australia) 25:20, 84.Michael Lynch (USA) 25:23, 85.Davide Ucellari (Italy) 25:25, 86.David Gosse (France) 25:25, 87.Mfumaneko Fadane (South Africa) 25:28, 88.Gabriel Navarro (Spain) 25:31, 89.Anass Zouhry (France) 25:35, 90.Giuseppe Gerratana (Italy) 25:35, 91.Wyatt Baiton (Canada) 25:37, 92.Mansour Haraoui (Algeria) 25:43, 93.Elsmani Ali Mohammed (Sudan) 25:44, 94.Khemais Abbassi (Tunisia) 25:56, 95.Krzysztof Hammer (Poland) 25:59, 96.Joshua Tedesco (Australia) 26:02, 97.Mario Mirabel (Spain) 26:04, 98.Issam Bouchache (Algeria) 26:12, 99.Yimer Gethaun (Israel) 26:14, 100.Ahmed Ben Salah (Tunisia) 26:18, 101.Khalil Ouerfelli (Tunisia) 26;24, 102.Vitali Kuprevich (Belarus) 26:34, 103.Hammadi Annachi (Tunisia) 26:38, 104.Shun Morozumi (Japan) 26:40, 105.Mateusz Maik (Poland) 26:45, 106.Tomasz Kawik (Poland) 26:48, 107.Salah Teli (Tunisia) 27:11, 108.Paolo Ruatti (Italy) 27:22, 109.Bartosz Karon (Poland) 27:32, 110.Maru Teferi (Israel) 27:37, 111.Abdullah Al-Mutairi

(Kuwait) 28:06, 112.Salem Attiatalla (Egypt) 28:13, 113.Hamada Ahmed (Egypt) 28:25, 114.Aitor Gomez (Gibon) 28:43, 115.Ali Ahmed Araby (Egypt) 29:13, 116.Ahmed Abdallah (Egypt) 29:27, 117.Abdullah Al-Qabandi (Kuwait) 31:11, 118.Abdullah Rabeaa (Kuwait) 32:26; DNF-Ahmed Abdelwahed (Egypt), Hassan Mohamed (Egypt), Abdellah Dach (Morocco).

JUNIOR WOMEN (5,778m) TEAMS (4 score) 1. Kenya 2. Ethiopia 3. Uganda 4. Japan 5. Great Britain 6. United States 7. Algeria 8. Canada 9. Russia 10.South Africa 11.Poland 12.Tunisia 13.Spain 14.France

TOTAL 10 30 81 98 105 123 197 202 207 213 235 262 280 318

1 1 5 14 19 20 18 38 34 16 39 48 42 59 72

2 2 6 15 22 23 29 44 40 60 52 49 54 68 77

3 3 8 25 24 30 35 46 53 65 58 62 78 74 82

4 4 11 27 33 32 41 69 75 66 64 76 88 79 87

5 7 12 37 47 36 45 70 83 71 81 80 92 -

6 9 13 56 51 89 84 85 93 -

INDIVIDUALS 1. Mercy Cherono (18) Kenya 18:47 2. Purity Rionoripo (16) Kenya 18:54 2. Esther Chemtai (16) Kenya 18:55 4. Faith Kipyegon (16) Kenya 19:02 5. Genet Yalew (17) Ethiopia 19:03 6. Emebet Anteneh (18) Ethiopia 19:06 7. Nelly Ngeiywo (18) Kenya 19:06 8. Afera Godfay (18) Ethiopia 19:07 9. Alice Nawowuna (16) Kenya 19:14 10. Tejitu Daba (18) Bahrain 19:14 11. Genzebe Dibaba (19) Ethiopia 19:21 12. Merima Mohammed (17) Ethiopia 19:26 13. Waganesh Mekasha (18) Ethiopia 19:34 14. Annet Negesa (17) Uganda 19:44 15. Rebecca Cheptegei (19) Uganda 19:48 16. Gulshat Fazlitdinova (17) Russia 19:51 17. Genzeb Shumi (19) Bahrain 20:08 18. Emily Sisson (18) United States 20:08 19. Nanaka Izawa (18) Japan 20:17 20. Kate Avery (18) Great Britain 20:17 21. Federica Bevilacqua (18) Italy 20:21 22. Yuka Ando ? Japan 20:22 23. Emelia Gorecka (16) Great Britain 20;25 24. Minori Suzuki (17) Japan 20:26 25. Viola Chemos (18) Uganda 20:28 26.Idah Phoris (Botswana) 20:31, 27.Linet Chebet (Uganda) 20:32, 28.Nicki Maria McFadzien (New Zealand) 20:34, 29.Shelby Greany (USA) 20:35, 30.Annabel Gummow (Great Britain) 20:37, 31.Danielle Trevis (New Zealand) 20:40, 32.Hannah Walker (Great Britain) 20:41, 33.Akane Sueyoshi (Japan) 20:53, 34.Chelsea Graham (Canada) 20:54, 35.Juliet Bottorff (USA) 21:00, 36.Beth Potter (Great Britain) 21:04, 37.Mercy Chelangat (Uganda) 21:05, 38.Hadda Souadia (Algeria) 21:07, 39.Letitia Saayman (South Africa) 21:09, 40.Caroline Pfister (Canada) 21:11, 41.Emily Jones (USA) 21:12, 42.Narjes Issaoui (Tunisia) 21:14, 43.Karla Diaz (Mexico) 21:18, 44.Nawal Yahi (Algeria) 21:20, 45.Sophia Ziemian (USA) 21:21, 46.Nabila Madoui (Algeria) 21:24, 47.Chihiro Tanabe (Japan) 21:25, 48.Paula Kopciewska (Poland) 21:27, 49.Aleksandra Gierat (Poland) 21:27, 50.Demi Wood (Australia) 21:29, 51.Laura Tremblay (USA) 21:31, 52.Thato Makhafola (South Africa) 21:36, 53.Ciara Kary (Canada) 21:36, 54.Safa Jammeli (Tunisia) 21:41, 55.Olivia Burne (New Zealand) 21:41, 56.Sarah Inglis (Great Britain) 21:42, 57.Eliona Delgado (Peru) 21:44, 58.Juan-Marie Cooper (South Africa) 21:45, 59.Estefania Tobal (Spain) 21:48, 60.Dina Alexndrova (Russia) 21:48, 61.Makampong Masaile (Lesotho) 21:48, 62.Monika Suchar (Poland) 21:49, 63.Hanna Kalodzich (Belarus) 21:50, 64.Ashleigh Schnettler (South Africa) 21:50, 65.Viktoria Ivanova (Russia) 21:50, 66.Evdokia Bukina (Russia) 21:51, 67.Anna Ceoloni (Italy) 21:56, 68.Ana Gutierrez (Spain) 21:58, 69.Nabila Sifi (Algeria) 21:59, 70.Imane Almani (Algeria) 22:00, 71.Anna Sysoeva (Russia) 22:02, 72.Lea Plumecocq (France) 22:06, 73.Grace Thek (Australia) 22:06, 74.Maria Jose Perez (Spain) 22:07, 75.Madeleine Davidson (Canada) 22:07, 76.Izabela Dziedziech (Poland) 22:09, 77.Cecile Chevillard (France) 22:09, 78.Marwa Nasri (Tunisia) 22:15, 79.Tania Carretero (Spain) 22:16, 80.Lena Placzek (Poland) 22:26, 81.Sylvia Tshetlanyana (South Africa) 22:26, 82.Estelle Mathias (France) 22:29, 83.Karley Rempel (Canada) 22:34,


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84.Veronika Mikhaylova (Russia) 22:34, 85.Paulina Furmanska (Poland) 22:37, 86.Darya Dedochenko (Kazakhstan) 22:46, 87.Marjorie Hamelin (France) 22:48, 88.Hanen Aloui (Tunisia) 22:53, 89.Samantha Walkow (Canada) 23:01, 90.Ala’Ziad Khalifah (Jordan) 23:20, 91.Debora Santos (Portugal) 23:29, 92.Kawthar Hdidi (Tunisia) 23:33, 93.Amina Derouich (Tunisia) 24:17; DNF-Naima Bakaddour (Algeria), Yuki Hidaka (Japan)

Nike Cross Nationals Portland Meadow-Portland, Oregon, Dec. 5, 2009, 5K, cold, foggy during boys race (Teams and individuals have to compete under a club affiliation, but their regular high schools are listed here.) Results: http://tinyurl.com/ycua247 Videos(including race coverage) www.runnerspace.com/eprofile.php?do=videos&event_id=13 Dyestat: http://www.dyestat.com//?pg=us-2009-XC-NXN Milesplit: http://www.milesplit.us/articles/31458 It was a battle of the juniors as Craig Lutz (15:09.2) sprinted past leader (and favorite) Joe Rosa with 20 meters to go to win the boys race, with Elias Gedyon (15:09.5) also slipping past Rosa (15:09.8) to finish 2nd. Texas’ Boerne-Champion (195) won a close team battle over Ferris, WA (201), The Woodlands, TX (207) and Loyola Academy, IL (208). Katie Flood (17:47.2), 2nd here in 2007, overtook Kathleen Stevens (17:48.6) in the final stretch to win the girls race.

han,Ma 352, 16.Kingwood,TX 362, 17.Mira Costa,Ca 367, 18.Bishop Kelly,ID 395, 19.Palatine,IL 407, 20.Elk River,MN 418, 21.LaSalle Acad.,RI 447, 22.Southlake Carroll,TX 467.

Individuals 1. Katie Flood 2. Kathleen Stevens 3. Rebecca Mehra 4. Ashlie Decker 5. Eleanor Fulton 6. Rachel Johnson 7. Haley Pierce 8. Madeline Chambers 9. Joanna Stevens 10. Sarah Andrews 11. Hannah Neczypor 12. Julia Foster 13. Kaylin Mahoney 14. Amy-Eloise Neale 15. Brittany Winslow 16. Katie Knight 17. Michelle Moriset 18. Kaitlin Hanenberg 19. Annmarie Maag 20. Melissa Skiba 21. Katie Sischo 22. Catrina McAlister 23. Danielle Winslow 24. Molly Malone 25. Keelin Hollowood

Dowling Catholic,IA Blacksburg,Va Palos Verdes,Ca Dowling Catholic,IA Highland Ranch,CO Plano,TX Tatnall,DE Magnificat,OH Blacksburg,Va The Woodlands,TX North Royalton,OH Albuquerque Academy,NM Saugus,Ca Glacier Park,Wa Queensbury, NY North Central, WA Troy, MI Classical Academy, CO Jesuit, OR Oak Park, CA Fayetteville-Manlius, NY Arcadia, CA Queensbury, NY Fayetteville-Manlius, NY Saratoga Springs, NY

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

17:47.2 17:48.6 17:54.9 17:55.8 17:56.3 17:58.7 17:59.2 17:59.8 18:00.8 18:01.9 18:04.3 18:07.6 18:10.4 18:11.7 18:12.0 18;12.9 18;13.2 18:13.3 18:13.5 18:14.4 18:14.9 18:16.1 18;16.5 18;16.9 18:19.3

Fayetteville-Manlius, NY (74) continued its domination of this event by winning the team title for the fourth year in a row. Saratoga Springs (147) made it a 1–2 finish for New York.

Foot Locker Championships BOYS

Balboa Park-San Diego,California, Dec. 12, 2009. 5K, rain, some mud

TEAMS: 1. Boene-Champion, TX 195, 2. Ferris, WA 201, 3. The Woodlands, TX 207, 4. Loyola Academy, IL 208, 5. Albuquerque Academy, NM 236, 6. Dana Hills, CA 238, 7. North Central, WA 239, 8. American Fork, UT 247, 9. Fayetteville-Manlius, NY 270, 10. Bishop Hendricken, RI 284, 11. Cedar Park, TX 289, 12. Neuqua Valley, IL 292, 13. York, IL 295, 14. Eden Prairie, MN 297, 15. Royal, CA 311, 16. Wayzata, MN 312, 17. Palos Verdes, CA 325, 18. Brookwood, GA 343, 19. Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, NY 349, 20. Arcadia, CA 373, 21. Germantown Friends, PA 422, 22. Christopher Columbus, FL 481.

Results/Photos http://footlockercc.com/

Individuals

The girls race came down to a battle between the top two returnees from last year. Junior Chelsey Sveinsson, 4th in 2008, appeared to have the race in hand with less than 100 meters to go (the PA announcer just about anointed her the winner at this point), but Goethals (3rd-2008) unleashed a potent kick to snatch the victory from Sveinsson, who went sprawling to the ground as she vainly tried to hold on for the win. It was the closest girls finish in the 31-year history of the event (17:06.9–17:07.1).

1. Craig Lutz 2. Elias Gedyon 3. Joe Rosa 4. Ammar Moussa 5. Zach Wills 6. Sherod Hardt 7. David Osborn 8. Ben Johnston 9. Justin Vilhauer 10. Adam Thorne 11. Mark Pinales 12. Ryan Dohner 13. Patrick Zacharias 14. Armando Del Valle 15. Garrett Rowe 16. Parker Stinson 17. Tyler Anyan 18. Jim Rosa 19. Tyler Byrne 20. Martin Grady 21. Erik Olson 22. Alex Deir 23. Anderson Barclay 24. Max Straneva 25. Lane Werley

Marcus, TX Jr Loyola, CA Jr West Windsor Plainsboro, NJ Jr Arcadia, CA Jr Mason, OH Jr Queen Creek, AZ Sr Chesterton, IN Sr North Central, WA Sr Redwood Visalia, CA Jr Ferris, WA Sr Red Rock-Stony Point, TX Jr Klein Oak, TX Sr Albuquerque Academy, NM Sr Christopher Columbus, FL Jr Mountain View, CA Sr Cedar Park, TX Sr Brookwood, GA Sr West Windsor-Plainsboro, NJ Jr North Harrison, IN Sr Fenwick, IL Sr Novato, CA Sr Honeoye Falls-Lima, NY Sr Boerne-Champion, TX Jr Chenango Valley, NY Sr Martin Luther King, CA Jr

15:09.2 15:09.5 15:09.8 15:17.6 15:18.5 15:18.7 15:19.6 15:22.3 15:24.6 15:25.5 15:27.4 15:29.0 15:30.6 15:34.3 15:35.6 15:36.4 15:36.8 15:36.9 15:37.2 15;37.5 15:38.8 15:39.5 15:42.0 15:42.1 15:42.6

GIRLS TEAMS: 1.Fayetteville Manlius,NY 74, 2.Saratoga Springs,NY 147, 3.Ft.Collins,CO 161, 4.Saugus,Ca 191, 5.Magnificat,OH 195, 6.Blacksburg,VA 223, 7.Queensbury,NY 284, 8.Shenendehowa,NY 285, 9.Classical Academy,CO 291, 10.Corona Del Mar,Ca 313, 11.Jesuit,OR 318, 12.Dowling Catholic,IA 326, 13.Hidden Valley,Va 330, 14.Tatnall,De 346, 15.Bishop Fee-

Race Videos (scroll forward) http://replays.robertsstream.com/events/footlocker/footlocker_replay.php Dyestat: http://www.dyestat.com/ Milesplit: http://www.milesplit.us/articles/31687 On a rainy day that was very un-San Diego-like, senior Megan Geothals and sophomore Lukas Verzbicas emerged as the 2009 Foot Locker Champions.

No such drama in the boys race as Verzbicas, looking over his shoulder often during the race, ran away from the field in the final mile to win easily in 15:07.8. Verzbicas, who turns 17 in early January, became the first sophomore to win the boys race and gave the Midwest a sweep of the individual titles. Craig Lutz, winner at last week’s Nike Cross Nationals, challenged Verzbicas early, but eventually faded to 4th.

BOYS 1. Lukas Verzbicas 2. Matt McElroy 3. Wade Meddles 4. Craig Lutz 5. Brian Shrader 6. Jake Hurysz 7. Tyler Byrne 8. Kirubel Erassa 9. Shane Moskowitz 10. Matt Mizereck 11. Chris Walden 12.Steve Magnuson 13. Martin Grady 14. Brandon Lord 15. Dave Oster

Carl Sandburg, IL Edison, CA Sierra Lutheran, CA Marcus, TX Sinagua, AZ Eastern Alamance, NC North Harrison, IN Grayson, GA Central Kitsap, WA Leon, FL Carmel, IN Ironwood Ridge, AZ Fenwick, IL Baylor, TN Verona, NJ

So Sr Sr Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr

15:07.8 15:22.6 15:24.0 15:29.6 15:30.9 15:31.9 15:33.1 15:34.2 15:34.5 15:36.8 15:37.7 15:37.7 15:38.0 15:39.6 15:41.5

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16. Tyler Udland Millburn, NJ 17. Scott Fauble Wheat Ridge, CO 18. Kevin Dowd Fairfax, VA 19. Quinn Raseman Ward Melville, NY 20. Blake Williams Northern Durham, NC 21. Brad Miles North Penn, PA 22. Walter Schafer Cherry Creek, CO 23. Brian Atkinson Melbourne, FL 24. Rad Gunzenhauser Mt. Lebanon, PA 25. Anderson Barclay Boerne Champion, TX 26. Danny Nicolls Regis Jesuit, CO 27. Chris Bendtsen Wolcott, CT 28. Ryan Poland Denver Christian, CO 29. Conner Peloquin Gig Harbor, WA 30. Cody Helbling Lake City, ID 31. Ryan Gil North Allegheny, PA 32. Kurt Ruegg Napa, CA 33. Pablo Rosales San Pedro, CA 34. Billy Orman Tuba City, AZ 35. John Raneri New Fairfield, CT 36. John Murray Shrewsbury, MA 37. Cory Puffett DeMatha Catholic, MD 38. Colby Alexander Strongsville, OH 39. Nathan Karr Ann Arbor Pioneer, MI 40. Colin Barker Bishop Kenny, FL TEAMS: 1.West 31, 2.South 42, 3.Midwest 49, 4.Northeast 88.

Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr Sr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr

15:42.3 15:43.4 15:43.6 15:44.8 15:44.9 15:45.6 15:45.8 15:46.3 15:47.3 15:47.8 15:48.2 15:49.5 15:50.9 15:51.9 15:52.0 15:52.5 15:58.2 16:06.0 16:07.0 16:09.9 16:14.5 16:16.7 16:19.0 16:34.2 16:57.4

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GIRLS 1. Megan Goethals Rochester, MI 2. Chelsey Sveinsson Greenhill, TX 3. Emily Sisson Parkway Central, MO 4. Aisling Cuffe Cornwall Central, NY 5. Megan Ferowich Knoxville Catholic, TN 6. Kelsey Lakowske Boulder, CO 7. Chelsea Ley Kingsway Regional, NJ 8. Katie Flood Dowling Catholic, IA 9. Ashlie Decker Dowling Catholic, IA 10. Wesley Frazier Ravenscroft, NC 11. Rachel Johnson Plano, TX 12. Molly Grabill Rancho Bernardo, CA 13. Jessica Tonn Xavier College Prep, AZ 14. Liberty Miller Simi Valley, CA 15. Karlie Garcia Oakmont, CA 16. Amanda Russell Vista Ridge, TX 17. Megan Morgan Torrey Pines, CA 18. Marielle Hall Haddonfield Memorial, NJ 19. Diane Robison Parkway Central, MO 20. Grace Tinkey First Presbyterain, GA 21. Sara Sargent Pennsbury, PA 22. Abbey Leonardi Kennebunk, ME 23. Maddie Meyers The Northwest School, WA 24. Avery Clifton Washburn Rural, KS 25. Julie Nacouzi Montgomery, CA 26. Theresa Devine Marin Catholic College Prep, CA 27. Colleen Schmidt Holy Trinity Diocesan, NY 28. Kathryn Fluehr Community School-Naples, FL 29. Marya Haegler Winnebago Lutheran, WI 30. Shannon Osika Waterford Mott, MI 31. Alaina Alvarez Dana Hills, CA 32. Lauren Mullins Johnson City, NY 33. Lauren Sara Bunnell, CT 34. Erika Fluehr Community School-Naples, FL 35. Sara Kroll Livonia Churchill, MI 36. Meg Ryan Fairfield Warde, CT 37. Emily Durgin Cheverus Prep, ME 38. Paige Kvartunas West Springfield, VA 39. Shelby Hayes Winter Park, FL 40. Jacque Taylor Cas Grande, AZ TEAMS: 1.Midwest 27, 2.South 44, 3.Northeast 68, 4.West 71.


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ach season, the overall direction of the footwear industry is revealed in trends. For more than four years, we’ve reported that companies have been lightening up many of their shoes and this continues. The growing influence of minimalism and “barefoot” running, in conjunction with improved technologies and formulations of components and refined design, has resulted in more shoes with less structure, lighter weight, and fewer motion-controlling features. Our racing shoe reviews have always looked at shoes that feature the least amount of support, weight, or inhibiting features, but this trend extends deeper than ever into the training shoe category. A number of high-mileage shoes have also benefitted from this trend, slimming down without compromising their protective cushioning. And there is a shrinking but significant offering of heavier models that cater to runners who need extra cushioning or even more significant structure to counteract overpronation.

Geometry is another significant trend in the design of running shoes. Attention is being focused on more critical midsole shaping, the flare (depth and shape) of flex grooves, the size and positioning of crashpads, and the ratio between heel and forefoot heights. Along with these considerations, designers and development teams are carefully considering the material of each of these elements, appraising their rebound and dampening effects, in addition to their durability and comfort. The results of this focus on geometry can be seen in two types of offerings: highly engineered models and spare, simplified designs. These two trends are refining the way that running shoes perform when you take them out on a run, making it easier than ever to find a shoe perfectly suited to your biomechanical and situational needs. —Cregg Weinmann, Running Network Footwear Reviewer


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weLCoMe to the RuNNiNg NetwoRk’S 2010 FaLL Shoe Review

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In the spring of 1991, it was my great good fortune to meet Emil Zatopek, winner of three Golds at the 1952 Olympics (5000m, 10,000m, marathon) and two medals in 1948 (Gold in the 10,000m and Silver in the 5000m). I was in awe.

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After Emil served as our honorary assistant coach at the Ed Adams Invitational in Salinas, my coaching partner Joe Mangan and I drove him to Carmel, California so he could see the beauty of Big Sur. During the drive, there was a twinkle in his eyes as he told us about his friendly rivalry with Alain Mimoun, who finished second to him in numerous European and Olympic championships. It wasn’t until 1956, when Emil had injured himself training for the marathon, that Mimoun was victorious over Emil, and then he waited at the finish line as Zatopek finished an honorable sixth place. When I asked Emil how he got started running, he told me that he had needed a new pair of boots and that was the prize for winning a local 5K race. So in the cold winter of 1944, Zatopek ran his first race, won, and was given a new pair of boots—a necessary item in the cold, snowy winter in occupied Czechoslovakia. The right footwear is a necessary item for all runners, no matter what their level. At the Running Network LLC, we’re committed to making that search easier for you with this 2010 Fall Shoe Review. You don’t have to win a race to get a great shoe—you simply need to visit your local running specialty store and try on a variety of shoes until you find the perfect one for you. Best wishes!

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This 2010 Fall Shoe Review is produced independently by Running Network LLC for its partner publications. All shoes reviewed were tested by experienced, competitive runners who were matched to the biomechanical purpose of each shoe model. Copyright © 2010 by Running Network LLC. All Rights Reserved. No part of this publication may be stored, copied, or reprinted without prior written permission of Running Network LLC. Running Network LLC and its partner publications suggest that, as with all fitness activities, you meet with a healthcare professional before beginning or changing your fitness regimen.

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PeRFoRMaNCe adidas adiZero Boston

$100

To runners, “Boston” means the Boston Marathon; the adiZero Boston also takes its name from that race. Taking a page from the minimalist’s design book, it nestles into the adiZero line, the pure performance range of adidas running. The upper is a thin, open mesh with an internal framework of soft, synthetic suede supports and external overlays at heel and toe. A thin layer of foam at the ankle collar and in the tongue only where the laces tie provides just enough padding to secure the shoe comfortably without adding unnecessary weight. The midsole is a resilient chunk of EVA with a surprisingly low-profile feel. The heel is a combination of the effective ForMotion cassette and a substantial crashpad to manage the touchdown. It’s mated to a forefoot of flexible adiPrene+. The result is an effective performance shoe that withstands the demands of high-mileage training. “Well cushioned, even for daily training. Not bad in the weight department; light enough for faster running. I’ve been very pleased with the performance.” Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics to very mild overpronation • Sizes: Men 6.5–13,14,15; Women 5–12 • Weight: Men 11.5 oz. (size 11); Women 9.7 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, adiPrene Strobel board (heel)

Brooks Summon 2

$85

The original Summon was a yeoman-like neutral shoe that generated a rather neutral response. The Summon 2 looks to change that with some upgrades and a price reduction. The upper uses a more open mesh—an improvement, to be sure—though it’s just a bit spare on the ankle collar foam. The fit is secure and overlays are well-placed; in fact, the medial side is shored up, especially at the first metatarsal head, though the tradeoff is that it’s not very bunion-friendly. The midsole is the new BioS-257, Brooks’ reliable foam made eco-friendly without compromising performance. In fact, it’s more responsive than the original formulation. The contouring of the foam gives the shoe a much-improved transition through the footstrike and a lower profile appearance. Runners looking for a lightweight, neutral, high-mileage shoe may be well-served by the Summon, honored as our Best Value.

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“Fit well with good support. Very good cushioning, nice responsive toe-off. Pretty light for a high mileage trainer, though a bit heavy for a performance shoe. A good running shoe, plain and simple.”

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Updates the Summon • Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics • Sizes: Men 7–13,14,15; Women 6–12 • Weight: Men 11.6 oz. (size 11); Women 9.9 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, BioS-257 Strobel board

k-Swiss Blade-Light

$100

The Blade-Light advances the concept behind the UltraNatural Run series, but with a little more heft. Surprisingly lightweight, its appearance may cause concern about handling heavy mileage, but its performance confirms that it can take just about whatever you’re willing to throw at it. It’s very neutral—there’s no extra support in the shoe—and it provides plenty of cushion and great flexibility. The upper features a supportive saddle that keeps the foot centered over the midsole, which is a generous slab of molded EVA that has excellent flexibility. The outersole is minimal (largely exposed EVA) but with carbon rubber in the highwear areas and a forefoot insert of blown rubber and Superfoam assisting the toe-off. What you get is much more than you see at first look—so much so, that the Blade-Light earned honors as our Best New Shoe.

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“These worked great for me, no matter what kind of running, but especially fast running.” Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics • Sizes: Men 7–13,14; Women 5–11,12 • Weight: Men 10.5 oz. (size 11); Women 8.9 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, Superfoam Strobel board

Mizuno wave Precision 11

$97

The Precision has had a faithful audience through 10 updates and the Precision 11 may be the best yet. The upper is lightweight and the open mesh breathes well. The newly designed eyestay connects to three separate internal straps to cinch the upper where it needs to conform to the foot. A soft, sueded liner wraps the ankle and instep and an Ortholite innersole adds cushioning and comfort. The midsole is AP+, providing a much-improved ride to the shoe that’s further enhanced by an articulated version of the Wave Plate, a re-beveling of the heel, and an additional deflection zone in the midfoot to accommodate a variety of footstrikes and gaits. The outersole has more flex grooves to improve flexibility while maintaining durability in the high-wear areas thanks to the carbon rubber. The performance is perfect for fast running—tempo, speedwork, even some long races—yet durable enough for day-to-day use for the biomechanically efficient, earning it honors as our Best Renovation. “They fit snug mid-foot and have ample toe room. They feel comfortable and have good cushioning for their light weight.” Updates the Wave Precision 10 • Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics • Sizes: Men 7–13,14; Women 6–11 • Weight: Men 11.0 oz. (size 11); Women 9.3 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted

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New Balance 759

$95

The New Balance approach to updates has always been conservative. The overall changes to the 759 appear minor when looked at individually, but in combination, they’re enough to nudge the shoe into the Performance range. The consistent execution, fit, and ride have been little altered, but each of these areas benefits from the industry-wide trend of trimming weight from a shoe wherever it reasonably can. The upper is a wide open mesh outer layer with a fine mesh lining. The overlays have been redesigned, cleverly anchoring the foot to the midsole in a few strategic places while freeing it in the forefoot, providing support while saving weight. The midsole is still ACTEVA Lite with the same basic N-ERGY set-up in the heel, though minor alterations to the components do improve the transition. The outersole is a bit more flexible and maintains the blown rubber forefoot/carbon rubber heel that has worked well in this series. Runners will find the 759 to be a consistent and protective highmileage trainer, which happens to weigh less than one might expect. “I liked the shoe and the neutral colors. I noticed that NB did not use the ‘crinkly’ laces that tend to stay tied so well. The upper materials are very breathable to help keep my feet dry and cool. They wore well, but the cushioning was about average.”

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Updates the 758 • Recommended for: low- to medium-arched feet with neutral biomechanics • Sizes: Men 7–13,14,15 (D,2E,4E); Women 6–12,13 (2A,B,D) • Weight: Men 11.7 oz. (size 11); Women 9.9 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, polyurethane Strobel board

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Nike Pegasus+ 27

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$90

The Pegasus has been updated more than twice as many times as the next-longest model series in this review. That’s a lot of work poured into a shoe that continues to reflect the best in materials and know-how. The biggest story of #27 is its weight: It’s almost 5% lighter than last season. The light weight, however, doesn’t undermine its ability to handle the mileage demanded by serious runners. The upper features a routine airmesh with an effective saddle design that secures the midfoot and lines up the foot over the midsole. The midsole features Cushlon for the first time (replacing the stalwart Phylon). Although there’s a bump in price, it matches the bump in value. The outersole—waffle-fill in the forefoot and BRS 1000 in the heel—has excellent durability with traction to match. The sum of these parts adds up to one of the best versions yet of the Pegasus. Motion

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Stabilizing “They seemed a little snug [on] the first few runs, but I think now I would say they are supportive. The shoes have a lightweight bounce to them. Very Fimpressed 0 these shoes—good durability, fit, and cushion.” A L L 2 0 1with Updates the Pegasus+ 26 • Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics • Sizes: Men 6–13,14,15; Women 5–12 • Weight: Men 11.8 oz. (size 11); Women 10.0 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, EVA Strobel board

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The Kinvara is the most innovative shoe Saucony has produced this year, and it may well influence its line for some time to come. The philosophy of “less is more” is on full display here. The upper is a gossamer-like, fine mesh over an open mesh liner; the combination is both protective and breathable. Instead of a full ankle collar, twin ovals of memory foam guard each Performance side of the Achilles tendon and provide both secure fit and comfort. The midsole is a new EVA compound with more rubber for Neutral increased resilience. An insert of ProGrid Lite in the heel smoothes the touch-down and a tweak to the heel/forefoot ratios— F 2 0 1 0a generous forefoot—actually improves the overall cushioning as well as provides a more natural lowering the heel aA LbitL with biomechanical position. Its combination of innovations and its feather-like weight earned the Kinvara honors as our Best Shoe in the Performance category.

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“Nice, secure fit. No slipping in heel even though it has little structure. Light as a feather, surprising how well they work for daily training. Any reservations I may have had about how light they were have been dispelled by their performance on the road.” Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics • Sizes: Men 4–13,14,15,16,17; Women 5–12 • Weight: Men 7.7 oz. (size 11); Women 6.7 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted

Zoot ultra kane

$150

Its light weight places the Ultra Kane squarely in the Performance category, but make no mistake about it: This is a full-featured motion stabilizing shoe. The upper takes a cue from their racer, the Ultra Speed, using compression fabric for a skin-tight fit that flexes just enough to give support while still allowing the foot to move. The midsole is a beefed-up layer of full-length Zbound over a high-quality EVA. These dual-density inserts sit on top of each other separated by a carbon shank and work as a unit to stabilize overpronation. The outersole—carbon rubber in the high-wear areas with blown rubber in the lateral forefoot— is segmented and pared back to save weight, while providing traction, flexibility, and comfort. Overall, the Ultra Kane brings stability, cushioning, and performance to runners and triathletes serious about their run. “Very snug, comfortable, and supportive. Pretty doggone light, especially for the stability and support. Great shoe, I have to say. No real drawbacks for me.” Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics to very mild overpronation • Sizes: Men 6–14,15,16; Women 6–11 • Weight: Men 10.7 oz. (size 11); Women 9.9 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, EVA Strobel board

aSiCS gel-Cumulus 12 BEST RENOVATION

$100

The Cumulus fills an important role in ASICS’ impressive line of neutral shoes and Round 12 provides the expected quality and FALL 2010 cushioning. A larger heel Gel component increases resiliency, and minor changes to the midsole sculpting and outersole adjustments add stability while refining the transition from heelstrike to toe-off. The ride is much the same as before, just more dialed in. The upper is a nice, open mesh and employs HF-welded supports in the open areas and the logo stripes extend back toward the top of the heel. Other overlays have been reduced or eliminated in areas that are now better supported by the alternate methods. The height of the ankle collar has been lowered to reduce possible irritation but the remaining memory foam conforms well. The interior has a plusher feel and forefoot cushioning has been upgraded by changing the 3⁄4-length Solyte Strobel board to full-length. These modifications and additions result in a better shoe, which is welcome news to Cumulus fans.

BEST NEW“VerySHOE secure fit, with plenty of padding—maybe more than needed. These have been reliably well-cushioned since the beginning, and I appreciate the ride they provide. They are a bit heavy, but that trade-off seems necessary for the cushioning.” FALL 2010 Updates the Gel-Cumulus 11 • Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics • Sizes: Men 6–13,14,15 (D), 7–13,14,15 (2E,4E); Women 5–13 (2A,B), 6–13 (D) • Weight: Men 13.5 oz. (size 11); Women 11.1 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, Solyte Strobel board

aSiCS gel-Nimbus 12

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The flagship of ASICS’ neutral shoes isn’t what it used to be—it’s better. A men’s size 11 is 5% lighter than last year, the biggest weight loss (0.9 ounces!) among the slimmed-down mid-weight shoes in this review. The upper has retained the stretchy mesh, Biomorphic Fit panels, and asymmetrical lacing, but the individual eyelets have been separated into what ASICS calls Discrete Motion Eyelet Construction to conform to the contours of the foot, improving the fit. The memory foam in the ankle collar has been Stabilizing upgraded in quality the collar height is lower to reduce the possibility of irritation. The midline flex grooves on the underF A L Land 10 2 0as side of the midsole and well as those in the outersole have been opened to allow the foot to follow a more natural path in its gait—put simply, the shoe flexes better with the foot. The plush ride, weight savings, and outstanding fit earned the Nimbus 12 our Best Shoe award in the Neutral category.

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“I am new to running, but these shoes really give me the desire to run farther than before. I have never worn any shoes more comfortable than these.”

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Updates the Gel-Nimbus 11 • Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics • Sizes: Men 6–14,15,16 (D), 7–14,15,16 (2E,4E); Women 5–13 (B), 6-13 (2A,D) • Weight: Men 12.6 oz. (size 11); Women 10.6 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, Solyte Strobel board

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NeutRaL/MotioN StaBiLiZiNg Brooks ghost 3

$100

The Ghost has evolved on its way to joining the hot-selling Adrenaline GTS as part of Brooks’ Go 2 Series. The upper is a wide open mesh over a smaller mesh inner layer that moves moisture away and ventilates the foot. The pattern used for the upper has changed a bit and those nips and tucks result in a better fit over the foot’s contours. The shoe has gained some weight, a fair tradeoff for better cushioning and a plusher interior. The biggest improvement is the move to Brooks’ sprung last, which is used in the Glycerin and a few other styles. The profile of the forefoot sweeps up, providing a better transition and more energetic toe-off. The midsole is BioMoGo with its durable responsive ride and great flexibility. The HPR outersole and blown rubber forefoot are familiar and provide the expected performance: good traction, durability, and a little cushioning for your high mileage. Runners looking for responsive cushioning and durability in a mid-priced, neutral shoe should consider the Ghost. “These shoes fit great. I have found them to be the shoe I have been reaching for when heading out for tempo runs, or this morning’s 1200s. My feet are happy even after 15 miles in them.” Updates the Ghost 2 • Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics • Sizes: Men 7–13,14,15 (B,D,2E); Women 5–12 (2A,B,D) • Weight: Men 12.4 oz. (size 11); Women 10.6 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, S-257 Strobel board

Reebok Premier aztrec 2

$85

The Aztrec was an excellent entry-level, neutral trainer that’s now ready to play with the big boys, thanks to some excellent updating by Reebok. It’ll cost you an additional five bucks, but it’s money well spent. The upper has upgraded foam, improved tailoring, and a redesigned tongue, all improving fit and comfort. The injection-molded EVA midsole gets some help from the DMX Foam Strobel board, which is now full-length, and the ride is more responsive and quick instead of somewhat spongy as it was before. The flex grooves have been reworked and newly configured DMPRTEK provides its measure of cushion, as well as durable traction. The heel has a slightly larger outersole pod to improve medial stability, while the lateral side works with the crashpad to keep the foot from drifting inward. Here, design and execution were accomplished with value remaining front and center in the designers’ vision. “This shoe is light, stable, with the right amount of cushioning, [at] a decent price. What’s not to like?” Updates the Premier Aztrec • Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics • Sizes: Men 6.5–13,14; Women 5–12 • Weight: Men 12.7 oz. (size 11); Women 10.8 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, DMX Foam Strobel board

Reebok Premier verona Supreme

$95

The Verona has gone through three iterations, each punctuated by methodical improvement. Though not intended for overpronators, the geometry of the midsole is now more forgiving of the efficiency breakdown that can occur with fatigue. There’s a lateral Shear unit, TPU arches that give a bit on impact and direct the foot from the lateral side, while a convex-shaped medial midsole prevents the foot from rolling inward. The segmented outersole, flex grooves, and lateral crashpad provide additional guidance to the foot for improved biomechanical efficiency, while the DMPRTEK outersole offers durable traction and a bit of extra cushioning. In concert, these changes provide a responsive, cushioned ride. The upper employs a stretch mesh that’s a bit more open for coolness and moving moisture. The tongue has been reshaped and softer lining materials used. The Kinetic Fit Panels are now combined with a SmoothFit interior to improve step-in comfort, even with barefoot use. The midfoot is supported by the saddle created from the Vector stripes. The result is a responsive, mid-weight, mid-priced success story. “They felt good from the first time I put them on. There’s a lot of padding around the collar. The toe box has a good amount of wiggle room for the tootsies. I felt like I was running (dare I say?) barefoot inside my socks and shoes.” Updates the Premier Verona KFS 2 • Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics • Sizes: Men 6.5–13,14; Women 5–11,12 • Weight: Men 12.4 oz. (size 11); Women 10.6 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, DMX Foam Strobel board

Saucony Progrid Ride 3

$95

A bit bulkier than last year, the Ride now offers a plusher ride as the midsole features a larger lateral crashpad and forefoot insert. The midsole compound and ProGrid in the heel are durable and provide cushion without mushiness. The upper has a smaller percentage covered with overlays, favoring HF-welded supports in the interior of the forefoot, with fewer spots that might irritate. The fit is secure where necessary and there’s no slipping in the heel, thanks to memory foam in the collar. A moisture-wicking lining prevents the problems associated with wetness. The outersole has newly configured flex grooves, and what appears to be a more substantial shank (though this is difficult to ascertain due to the nature and placement of the device) which helps keep the foot lined up through the footstrike. The durable carbon rubber heel and the blown rubber forefoot contribute their well-known strengths to the layers of cushioning, providing a plush ride to the Ride. “Quite a bit of cushioning, evenly distributed. They felt a bit heavy but they’re protective, I’ll say that much for them. They did a good job.” Updates the ProGrid Ride 2 • Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics • Sizes: Men 6.5–13,14,15; Women 5–12 • Weight: Men 13.1 oz. (size 11); Women 10.9 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, HRC Strobel board

karhu Stable Fulcrum Ride

$120

Though the name doesn’t indicate it, the Stable Ride is an update to last year’s model. What else is the same, you ask? The midsole components—including Karhu’s Fulcrum, here in the stability version—and the outersole are essentially the same. There are always tweaks, especially in updated shoes, but they’ve left the cushy ride and good transition unaltered. The upper has several improvements, primarily for better fit and comfort. The ankle collar and inside heel area have been smoothed out and combine with exterior heel overlays to offer better support. The logo stripes have been scaled down slightly, and thin, individual HF-welded straps now secure the midfoot to the eyestay to provide support while conforming to the foot. The open forefoot has been maintained, allowing the foot to spread comfortably. The weight is up slightly, but the stable, cushioned ride and secure fit may be just what you’re looking for. “Fit well from toes to ankles. Good stability and cushiness, but the heel felt a little tippy and took some getting used to.” Updates the Stable Ride • Recommended for: low- to medium-high–arched feet with mild to moderate overpronation • Sizes: Men 8–13,14; Women 6–11 • Weight: Men 13.8 oz. (size 11); Women 11.2 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted Running Network 2010 Fall Shoe Review


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MotioN StaBiLiZiNg Mizuno wave alchemy 10

$110

The Alchemy continues to be Mizuno’s most consistent motion stabilizing shoe. The midsole now features the AP+ foam formulation, adding noticeable responsiveness. The forefoot area of the midsole unit has been slightly broadened for better stability and the midsole sculpting allows better articulation with both the ground and the Wave plate. The medial forefoot flex grooves in the outersole have been greatly reduced without inhibiting the transition from heel to toe and the outersole has been even more differentiated by gender: The women’s lateral forefoot is more flexible, while the men’s is a bit stiffer, accommodating average weight differences. New overlays supporting the eyestay wrap the foot better, while the top lateral eyelet is hinged for better customization. The interior sports a new sueded material made even more comfortable by the memory foam ankle collar. The stability, cushioning, and comfort features make the Alchemy 10 Mizuno’s motion stabilizing MVP. “It has a very nice balance of padding and ‘feel’ of the road. My foot feels well protected. After 100 miles, these shoes look and feel brand new. I am pleased to notice that the dark gray collar (lining) around the ankle is a bit more durable than I have seen on most running shoes.” Updates the Wave Alchemy 9 • Recommended for: low- to medium-arched feet with moderate overpronation • Sizes: Men 7–13,14,15,16 (D,2E); Women 6–12 (AA,B) • Weight: Men 13.9 oz. (size 11); Women 11.2 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted

BEST RENOVATION FALL 2010

BEST NEW SHOE FALL 2010

New Balance 1226

$140

The 1226 is New Balance’s most performance-oriented motion stabilizing shoe and it updates the 1225 with some reshaping to improve support and secure the midfoot. Cushioning has been optimized by modifying the rubbery heel crashpad, and the 1225’s three small rubbery inserts are now a single, dual-winged unit in the lateral midfoot that acts as a crashpad under the fifth metatarsal. Stability has been dialed in with adjustments to the Stability Web shank support, as well as a new iteration of Stabilicore that’s thicker where the forces are greatest and a bit thinner where they’re less. The outersole has been completely reworked: Flex grooves have been repositioned and there’s a bit more blown rubber in the forefoot that’s die-cut to allow good flexibility. The fit has also been refined with webbing loops running the length of the eyestay that we found to secure the foot a bit better. The result is a stable, well-supported, well-cushioned shoe. “Initial fit is comfortable and snug. It seems that these have a nicer and softer feel with some ‘squish.’ Remarkably, these don’t have the same clunky feel that I’ve experienced in previous New Balance stability shoes. It’s a good, comfortable shoe.” Updates the 1225 • Recommended for: low- to medium-arched feet with moderate to maximum overpronation • Sizes: Men 7–13,14,15,16 (B,D,2E,4E); Women 6–12 (AA,B,D) • Weight: Men 13.8 oz. (size 11); Women 11.5 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, polyurethane Strobel board

Nike Lunarglide+ 2

BEST SHOE

BEST SHOE

Neutral

Motion Stabilizing

FA L L 2 0 1 0

FA L L 2 0 1 0

$100

The Nike Lunar shoes have been a work in progress, leapfrogging innovation with minor modifications and adjustments. The LunarGlide+ 2 takes the platform and philosophy of the original and refines the final product. The upper has been tailored for a better fit and a new configuration of Flywire in the midfoot provides support that holds the foot securely so it doesn’t slide around inside the open forefoot, a weakness of the initial round. The midsole and ride will be familiar as the Lunarlon foam and components have been retained in their original form. The outersole is essentially unchanged, providing a good combination of traction and durability. The improvements to the upper, the continued great ride, and the welcome price freeze all contribute to earning the LunarGlide+ 2 honors as our Best Shoe in the Motion Stabilizing category. “Love the way they fit—nice and smooth, and hug your foot and arch. Super light, springy feeling while I run, but they still have plenty of cushion and support. The stability of the shoes is good. They cinch up around my foot nicely and hold it in place quite well.”

BEST SHOE

BEST SHOE

Performance

Performance Neutral

Fa ll 2 0 1 0

FA L L 2 0 1 0

Updates the LunarGlide+ • Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics to moderate overpronation • Sizes: Men 6–13,14,15; Women 5–12 • Weight: Men 12.2 oz. (size 11); Women 9.9 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel sliplasted, EVA Strobel board

Pearl izumi isoShift

$120

The new IsoShift debuts Pearl Izumi’s new technology called the Graduated Guidance System. This is the most efficient midsole geometry that Pearl Izumi has used in a motion stabilizing shoe to date. It keeps the weight down by using a cradle of second density EVA foam to assist the foot through the gait cycle. The shoe affords plenty of stability with good cushioning that has a bouncy response. The upper has the seam-free construction the brand is known for, along with HF-welded overlays adding a touch of support at the top and bottom edges of the eyestay, and sturdier synthetic overlays in the heel and toe. A new outersole configuration of carbon rubber provides durability and traction. If Pearl Izumi has been a satisfying choice for your training, the IsoShift should be a quality performer for you. “Fit well; it really secured my foot. Decent cushion, better after a few break-in miles. The stability was about as good as Pearl Izumi has done, and it feels a lot lighter.” Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with very mild to moderate overpronation • Sizes: Men 7–13,14; Women 5–11,12 • Weight: Men 12.6 oz. (size 11); Women 10.4 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, EVA Strobel board

Puma vectana 2

$100

For Puma, the Vectana ushered in a return to a traditional approach to motion stabilizing shoes and Version 2 irons out some bugs while refining its strengths. The fit has been adjusted, in part by tailoring, in part by the rake of the heel, and the shoe now fits true to size (the original ran about a half-size small). The upper—from the stretchy mesh to the memory foam ankle collar—is still very plush, while supportively securing the foot over the midsole. The cushioning is first-rate, thanks to a combination of components: mostly EVA and a blend of rubber, but the DuoCell unit in the heel contributes, as do the Ortholite innersole and ldCell Strobel board. The M2D (medial second density) extends farther from the arch toward the heel for better stability. The outersole has increased decoupling in the heel to slow overpronation and more segmentation in the forefoot to provide better flexibility for toe-off. The net effect is a plush, stable, high-mileage training shoe. “Love them. My foot is healing and I upped my miles in these shoes—I liked the stability they provided. I put about 150 miles on these and they still are wearing really well.” Updates the Vectana • Recommended for: medium- to high-arched feet with mild to moderate overpronation • Sizes: Men 7.5–13,14; Women 5.5–12 • Weight: Men 14.0 oz. (size 11); Women 11.6 oz. (size 8) • Shape: semi-curved • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, ld Cell Strobel board Running Network 2010 Fall Shoe Review


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2010 X-Country Schedule *-HS meet or includes HS races; C-College; O-Open; M-Masters. Major road races are also included here.

1-2*flrunners.com Inv.9; Chain of Lakes Park; Titusville, FL; fl.milesplit.us/meets/calendar/2008/cc

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1-2*Great American Festival; WakeMed Soccer Park; Cary; NC; HS,C; www.nationalscholastic.org/greatamerican; info@nationalscholastic.org

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Master HS Schedules • • • • • • • • • • • • •

California: tinyurl.com/22qsvsl Colorado: co.milesplit.us/meets/calendar/2010/cc Connecticut: ezmeetentry.com/xc/default.aspx Florida: fl.milesplit.us/meets/calendar/2010/cc Illinois: il.milesplit.us/meets/calendar/2010/cc New York: ny.milesplit.us/meets/calendar/2010/cc North Carolina: ncpreptrack.net/1011Sked.html Ohio: oh.milesplit.us/meets/calendar/2010/cc Pennsylvania: pa.milesplit.us/meets/calendar/2010/cc Texas: texastrack.com/XC%202010/10_schedule.htm Virginia: va.milesplit.us/meets/calendar/2010/cc Washington: www.watfxc.com Kentucky: www.ktccca.org/2010xcschedule.html

2

12th Annual Presidio Challenge; Golden Gate Park; San Francisco, CA; www.pausatf.org/data/2009/xcschedule2009.html; 415-3379042/brian@gmw.com

2* 19th Annual Woods Trail Run; Thetford, VT (CT, NH, NJ, NY, ME, MD, MA, PA, RI, VT, OR); www.lancertiming.com; David.McGinn@thet.net; 802-785-4805 2

31st Annual SUNY-Geneseo Inv.; Letchworth State Park; 11 am; tinyurl.com/8ajav; 585-733-3081; woodsm@geneseo.edu

2

35th Annual Charles Bowles/Willamette Inv.; Busch Park; Salem, OR, 8K/5K; C,O; Separate races for Div.I/Open and NAIA/Div.2&3; 10:30 am; www.willamette.edu/athletics/teams/cross_country; Matt McGuirk; 503-370-6379(fax); mmcguirk@willamette.edu

2* 36th Wendy’s HS Inv.; Charlotte, NC; ncpreptrack.net; Richard Prince 704-847-4778 2*# 37th Annual Sunfair Inv.; Yakima, WA; www.sunfairrun.com; Phil English, meet director; 509-573-2644

August

2* 38th Annual Sean Earl Loyola Lakefront Inv.; Montrose Beach; Chicago, IL; tinyurl.com/zeoym; Rick Wemple; rwemple@luc.edu

21 9th Annual UC-Santa Cruz (CA) Challenge www.pausatf.org/data/2009/xcschedule2009.html

2*# 39th Annual Patrick Savage HS Inv.; Skokie, IL (all states); dannysavage1975@yahoo.com

28 18th Annual Phil Widener Empire Open-Santa Rosa,CA (3.5 miles); O,M; 9 am; www.pausatf.org/data/2009/xcschedule2009.html

2* 46th McQuaid HS Inv.; Rochester, NY; www.yentiming.com/mcquaid

28 34th Crim 10-Miler-Flint,MI (serves as U.S. Championship USATF); tinyurl.com/366o8jw; CRIM: www.crim.org/index.asp

2

29 Henry Isola Classic; Van Cortlandt Park, NY; 4 miles; 11:30 am; www.nyrr.org/races/2009/r0830x00.asp

2* Alaska HS State Meet; Bartlett High Trails; www.asaa.org/sportsactivities/ccrunning/index.html

October 1

25th Arizona State Inv.; Kiwanis Park; Tempe, AZ; tinyurl.com/9y83p; 602-965-5660

1# 33rd North Texas Inv.; Denton, TX; C; 9 am; tinyurl.com/drz5f

2* 61st Greater Hartford (CT) HS Inv.; 11 am; www.mysportsresults.com 9th Annual Greater Louisville Classic-EP; Tom Sawyer Park; Louisville, KY; C,O; www.alltraxtiming.com; David Lawhorn; lawho9@aol.com

2* American Independent School Champ.; WakeMed Soccer Park; Cary, NC; www.nationalscholastic.org/aisccc; info@nationalscholastic.org 2*# Big Cross Inv.; Pasco, WA; HS-11 am; www.jcrawford.net/bigcross.html; HS-john@jcrawford.net 2

Colby Inv.; Waterville, ME; www.colby.edu/athletics_cs

2

CS-San Bernardino Inv.; San Bernardino, CA; 9 am; www.csusbathletics.com/index.aspx?path=; burleson@csusb.edu

1

55thAnnual All-Ohio Champ.; Cedarville, OH; yellowjackets.cedarville.edu

2

1

AMU Runnin’ Gyrene Everglades Meet; Naples, FL; W 4K 6 pm; M 6K 6:30 pm; www.amuathletics.com; Mike DeWitt; 239-348-4701; mike.dewitt@avemaria.edu

Don Cathcart Inv.; Winter Place Park; Salisbury, MD; 9:45 am; www.salisbury.edu/athletics/crosscountry/default.asp

2

Earlham Inv.; Richmond, IN; 11 am; www.goearlham.com; Pat Thomas; thomapa@earlham.edu; 765/983-1494

1

Blugold Inv.; Colfax, WI (UW-Eau Claire); W 4 pm; M 5 pm; www.uwec.edu/athletics

2

Emerald City Open; Woodland Park; Seattle, WA; 10:30 am; tinyurl.com/2drdcb

1

Carthage College Inv.; Kenosha, WI; C,O; 10:30 am; www.carthage.edu/athletics; Brett Witt; bwitt@carthage.edu

1

Emporia State Inv.; Emporia, KS; 5 pm; www.emporia.edu/athletics/crosscountry

2# Gary Stoner Inv.; Fayette, MO; tinyurl.com/muz4xb; Jeff L. Hoskisson; 660-248-6312; jhoskiss@centralmethodist.edu

1

Jimmie Inv.; Jamestown, ND; 4:45 pm; www.jimmieathletics.com

2# George Mason Inv.; Manassas, VA; C,O; M 8K 10 am; W 6K 10:40 am; gomason.cstv.com; Andrew Gerard; agerard@gmu.edu; 703-9933285

1

Lamb-Kohawk/Coe Inv.; Cedar Rapids, IA (Coe College); 5:30 pm; www.CoeAthletics.com

2# Great Lakes Run; Heritage Park, MI (Adrian College); 1 pm; tinyurl.com/5s25e8

1

Notre Dame (IN) Inv.; Burke Memorial GC; 2 pm; tinyurl.com/5rw8nb; Joe Piane; 219-631-6135

2* Hagan Stone Classic; Hagan Stone Park, Greensboro, NC; HS,C www.greensboropacesetters.com/subsite; Charlie Brown; 336-282-8052

1* Paul Short Inv.; Bethlehem, PA (Lehigh); HS, C, O; 9:30 am; www.paulshortxcrun.com; paulshort@paulshortxcrun.com

2# Indiana Wesleyan Inv.; Marion, IN; W 10 am; M 11 am; www.iwuwildcats.com

1

Tim Young Inv.; Vermillion, SD; 4:30 pm; www.usdcoyotes.com/sports/xcountry/

2* Jesse Owens Classic; The course at the Oakville Indian Mounds Park & Museum; Moulton, AL; al.milesplit.us/meets/47536

1

UNC-Charlotte Inv.; Charlotte, NC; tinyurl.com/38ulrzn

2

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2

Lansing C.C. Inv.; Grand Woods Park; Lansing, MI; 12:45 pm; www.lcc.edu/athletics

2

Maryville (TN) Inv.; www.maryvillecollege.edu/athletics/index.asp

2

Memphis (TN) Twilight; tinyurl.com/be3uc; alltraxtiming.com

2

Montana Inv.; University G.C.; Missoula, MT; montanagrizzlies.com

9

Augusta State Jaguar Inv.; Blanchard Woods Park; Evans, GA; W 6K 8:15 am; M 10K 9 am; www.aug.edu/athletics/sports/wcrosscountry.htm; Adam Ward; award4@aug.edu; 706-731-7914

9

Balboa Boogie 5K; Morley Field; San Diego, CA; 8 am; www.sdusatf.org/ldr.html

9

Bethel Inv.; Mishawaka, IN; 11 am; www.bethelcollege.edu/sports

2# Murray Keatinge Inv.; Orono, ME (Closed entry); M 10 am; W 11 am; goblackbears.cstv.com/index-main.html

9# Border War; Edwardsville, IL; 10:30 am; www.SIUECougars.com

2

Pomona-Pitzer Inv.; Claremont, CA; 8 am; www.pe.pomona.edu/landing/index

9

Carnegie-Mellon Inv.; Schenley Park, Pittsburgh, PA; www.cmu.edu/athletics/sports/index.html

2

Pop Crowell Inv.; Wenham, MA; 10:45 am; www.gordon.edu/athletics

9

Dan Huston Inv.; Waverly, IA; M 8K 11 am, W 6L 12 pm; www.goknights.org/10ccnationals; steven.johnson@wartburg.edu

2* Rhodes College Inv.; Plough Park; Memphis, TN; C, HS; www.rhodeslynx.com; Robert Shankman; 901-843-3950; Shankman@Rhodes.edu

9* Florida State Inv.; Tallahassee, FL; HS, C; 8 am; tinyurl.com/y4gasl

2* Richard Clark Inv.; Springfield, MO (Missouri State); 9 am; www.bearstrack.net/richardclark; Greg Hipp; GregHipp@Missouristate.edu

9

9* Furman Inv.; Greenville, SC; HS,C; 8:30 am; tinyurl.com/ghajb; Gene Mullin; 864-294-3459 Goucher College Classic; Towson, MD; C; 10:30 am; athletics.goucher.edu/landing/index; John Caslin; 410-337-6462; jcaslin@goucher.edu

2

Rocky Mountain Shootout; Boulder, CO; C; tinyurl.com/ch7td

2

Slippery Rock (PA) Open; Cooper’s Lake Campground; www.rockathletics.com; 412-738-2798; fax-4437; john.papa@sru.edu

9# Hamilton Inv.; Clinton, NY; 11 am; tinyurl.com/kuk63 9

Hawaii-Hilo Inv.; 9 am; vulcans.uhh.hawaii.edu/sport.php?s=cc&g=m

2

Sonoma State Inv.; sonomaseawolves.com, tridents@att.net

9

2

South Dakota State Classic; Edgebrook GC; Brookings, SD; tinyurl.com/2oqcfn; Rod.DeHaven@sdstate.edu

Husky Inv.; Bloomsburg, PA; 10 am; www.buhuskies.com; Karen Brandt; 570-389-5123; kbrandt@bloomu.edu

2* St. Anthony’s HS Inv.; Sunken Meadow Park, NY; www.armorytrack.com; Don Buckley; 631-271-2020 ext 229; dbuckley@stanthonyshs.org

9# Martin Luther Inv.; Flaundrau State Park; New Ulm; MN; 11 am; www.mlc-wels.edu/home/athletics 9

MC Watson Ford Inv.; Clinton, MS; 8:30 am; www.gochoctaws.com

2* Tully (NY) HS Inv.; www.tullyrunners.com

9# Minnesota-Duluth/Pine Hill Inv.; Carlton, MN; M 10 am; W 10:45 am; www.umdbulldogs.com, John Fulkrod; 218-726-8189 /7061; jfulkrod@d.umn.edu

2

Vermont Intercollegiates; Middlebury, VT; www.middlebury.edu/athletics/sports

9

Wisconsin/adidas Inter-Regional; Madison, WI; 10 am; www.uwbadgers.com; Jim Stintzi; 608-263-5109; js5@athletics.wisc.edu; Mick Byrne; 608-262-5729; mgb@athletics.wisc.edu

9

Pacific Lutheran Inv.; Parkland, WA; 10 am; tinyurl.com/rjvxs

9

Ripon (WI) Inv.; 11 am; www.ripon.edu/athletics

9

Ronald C. Hoffmann Inv.; Canton, NY (St. Lawrence); 11 am; www.stlawu.edu/sports/index.html; John Newman; 315-229-5779; jnewman@stlawu.edu

9

South Plains College Inv.; Levelland, TX; spctexans.com/sport/8/3.php

2

2

Texas Lutheran Inv.; Seguin, TX; 9 am; tinyurl.com/2eukcc

3

Syracuse (NY) Festival of Races; 9 am; www.festivalofraces.com; Dave Oja; daveoja@a-znet.com

3

USATF National Masters 5K Champ.; Syracuse, NY; tinyurl.com/2d5fkrg; george@usatfadir.org; 518/273-5552

6* Delhi (NY) Inv.; HS,C,O; 5 pm; www.delhi.edu/athletics/teams/ cross_country/index.php; Bob Backus; 607-746-4680; backusrh@delhi.edu

New England-Franklin Park; Boston, MA; W; www.neicaaa.org

9# Oklahoma Baptist Inv.; Shawnee, OK; www.obubison.com/sport/8/3.php

9# Taylor Inv.; Upland, IN; 10:45 am; www.taylor.edu/athletics 9# University of Dallas Inv.; Irving, TX; www.udallas.edu/athletics/xcountry 9

Western Washington Tune-Up; Lake Padden Park; Bellingham, WA; W 10:30; M 11:15; tinyurl.com/jjtn5; Bill Roe; billroe@wwu.edu; 360-650-3969

7

Western Ontario Inv.; London, Ontario; tinyurl.com/y8ejp2r

8

Benedictine Inv.; Lisle Community Park; Lisle, IL; W 3:30 pm; M 4:15 pm; athletics.ben.edu/index.aspx?path=mcross

10 Bank of America-Chicago Marathon; www.chicagomarathon.com

8

Metropolitan Intercollegiates (METS); Van Cortlandt Park, NY; 2 pm; tinyurl.com/53sa2l; Tom Dewey; 718-817-4298; dewey@fordham.edu

11 34th Annual Tufts Health Plan 10K (Road); Boston, MA; Noon; www.tuftshealthplan.com/tufts10k/index.php

8

Michigan Collegiates; Rochester, MI; tinyurl.com/2anj9cn

8

Pacific Union College Inv.; Angwin, CA; 10 am; tinyurl.com/3xkq8ho

15 18th Annual Wilmington (OH) Fall Classic; W 5K 4:30 pm; M 8K 5:15 pm; tinyurl.com/fld5d; rcombs@wilmington.edu

8

San Francisco State Inv.; Golden Gate Park, CA; 4 pm; www.sfstategators.com; tomlyons@sfsu.edu

8-9*Walt Disney World Classic; Orlando, FL; HS,C; espnwwos.disney.go.com/sports/track-field/; 407-828-3267 9

14th James Earley Inv.; Stanley Park; Westfield, MA; W 11 am, M Noon; www.westfieldstateowls.com

9

18th Annual Triton Classic; La Jolla, CA (UC-San Diego); 8:45 am; tinyurl.com/5oonty; Nate Garcia; 858-534-0328; ngarcia@ucsd.edu

9

21st Annual Vanguard Inv.; Fairview Park; Costa Mesa, CA; W 5K 9 am; M 8K 9:45 am; www.vanguard.edu/athletics; Bryan Wilkins; 714-556-3610 ex 2380; bwilkins@vanguard.edu

10 Boston 1/2-Marathon; www.baa.org

15* 62nd Mt.SAC Inv.; Walnut, CA; Elementary, Jr. High, Comm. Colleges (HS on 10-22/23); events.mtsac.edu; 909 594-5611, ext4840; specialevents@mtsac.edu 15 Blue Ridge Open; Boone, NC (Appalachian State); 3 pm; www.goasu.com; Mike Curcio; 828-262-6559; curciom@appstate.edu 15 Bradley Classic-Newman Golf Course, Peoria, IL; C; W 6K; M 8K 5 pm; www.bubraves.com; David Beauchem; 309-677-2643; djb@bradley.edu 15 Carolinas Conf.; Cary, NC 15 Clemson Inv.; Clemson, SC; www.clemsontigers.com; Brad Herbster; BHerbst@clemson.edu

9

27th Annual DeSales Inv.; Center Valley, PA; 11 am; athletics.desales.edu; Al Weiner; 610-282-1100 ext 1418; aw@desales.edu

15 Emmanuel Saints Inv.; Franklin Park; Boston, MA; 4 pm; tinyurl.com/yhcybzs

9

2nd Annual Willow Hills Open; Folsom, CA; www.pausatf.org/data/2009/xcschedule2009.html

15# Minot State Open; Minot, ND; W 4 pm; M 4:45 pm; www.minotstateu.edu/track

9

*; 38th Manhattan HS Inv.; Van Cortlandt Park, NY; 9:15 am; Varsity Races 1:15 pm-3:49 pm; B&G Eastern States; www.manhattanxcinvitational.com; Ed Bowes; 718-857-2700 ext2233

15 Mountaineer Open; Boone, NC (Appalachian State); 5 pm; tinyurl.com/koyzfr; Mike Curcio; 828-262-6559; curciom@appstate.edu

9

#; Abilene Christian/Naimadu Pre-Regional; Abilene, TX; www.acusports.com/index.aspx?path=cross

15 H.W. Wright Inv.; Decatur, IL; Noon; tinyurl.com/2dmml2x

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15# Ollie Isom Inv.; El Dorado, KS; grizzlies.butlercc.edu/trackcc/index.cfm; 316-322-3214

16 Mike Hodges Inv.; Oregon City, OR (Clackamas); M 11 am; W 11:45 am; tinyurl.com/28xf9f

15 Panorama Inv.; Charlottesville, VA; C www.virginiasports.com

16 Oberlin Inter-Regional Rumble; Oberlin, OH; www.oberlin.edu/athletic; Nancy Meyer; meyn@calvin.edu

15 Penn State National Inv.; University Park, PA; C; tinyurl.com/5gllbx; 814-863-3146; fax 814-863-8933 15 Queens Inv.; Charlotte, NC; 3 pm; www.queensathletics.com

16 Plansky Invite; Williamston, MA (Williams); 11:30 am; williams.prestosports.com/landing/index; Pete Farwell; 413-597-3249; pfarwell@williams.edu

15 Robert Tucker Inv.; Dubuque, IA (Loras); W 4:30 pm; M 5:15 pm; www.loras.edu/athletics; Bob Schultz; 563-588-7491

16 Pre-NCAA Div.I; Terre Haute, IN; 11 am; tinyurl.com/5649xz

15 Royal Challenge; McAlpine Park; Charlotte, NC; www.queensathletics.com

16 Princeton (NJ) Inv.; 11 am; www.goprincetontigers.com; Steve Dolan; sdolan@princeton.edu; 609-258-3526

15# Stetson Hatter Inv.; DeLand, FL; tinyurl.com/m2v396

16 Private College Champ.; DePere, WI; 11 am

16 44th Annual Albany (NY) Inv.; www.ualbanysports.com

16* Ridgewood HS Inv.; Veterans Park, NJ; 1 pm; www.jacobbrown.com; jacob@jacobbrown.com

16 60th Western State Mountain Race; Gunnison, CO; tinyurl.com/26s49e3 16* Arkansas/Chili Pepper Inv.; Fayetteville, AR; HS,C; M 10K 9:45 am; W 6K 10:30 am; www.arkansasrazorbacks.com; 501-444-8626 16 ASICS Fall Classic; Rock Hill, SC; tinyurl.com/7aaeo 16 Bigfoot Inv.; Cheney, WA; 10 am; athletics.spokane.edu 16 Bill Dellinger Inv.; Springfield Country Club; Springfield, OR; tinyurl.com/2h2q4 16 Blue & Gold Inv.; White Clay Creek State Park; Newark, DE; C; 10:30 am; All Divisions; www.udel.edu/sportsinfo; Jim Fischer; 302-8318846; jfischer@UDel.edu

16 Run for Hospice (10-mile, 4-mile); Rochester, NY; 8:45 a,; www.runforhospice.com 16 Sam Bell Inv.; Bloomington, IN; iuhoosiers.cstv.com/indexmain.html; Jay Arther; jdarhter@indiana.edu; Trudy Wright; trwright@indiana.edu 16 SCIAC Multi-Dual; La Mirada Park, CA; 8:30 am/9:15 am; www.cmsathletics.org/landing/index; kreynolds@pomona.edu 16 Seven Sisters Inv.; Poughkeepsie, NY; tinyurl.com/37gcome 16 Tiger Open; Ft. Hays, KS; fhsuathletics.com; Jason McCullough; jmccullo@fhsu.edu; 785-628-4352

16 Bronco Open; Sunnyvale, CA (Santa Clara); tinyurl.com/yxlxqg

16 Topsfield (MA) Festival (Greater Boston TC); O; www.gbtc.org/events/topsfield; tderderi@ix.netcom.com

16*#; Brown HS Inv.; Goddard Park; Greenwich, RI; michelle_eisenreich@brown.edu

16 Tribe Open; Williamsburg, VA (William & Mary); www.tribeathletics.com/sports.php/4/1; 757-221-3398

16 BYU-Hawaii Inv.; Laie, HI; 5K; 8 am; sports.byuh.edu

16 USC Upsatte Inv.; Spartanburg, SC; 9 am; www.upstatespartans.com/sports/c-xc/index

16*#; Catholic Memorial HS Inv.; Franklin Park; Boston, MA; Vin Catano; 617-469-8000 ex5004 16 Charger Inv.; Hillsdale, MI; www.ferrisstatebulldogs.com/landing/inde 16 Choctaw Open; Clinton, MS; 9 am; www.gochoctaws.com 16 Coach “O” Inv.; Troy, AL (Troy University); M 5K; W 2 miles; 9 am; jttp://www.troytrojans.com/index.aspx?path=cross; jllancaster@troy.edu; 334-372-7061 16 Color Country Inv.; Cedar City, UT; www.suutbirds.com 16* Concordia/Puma Classic; Fernhill Park; Portland, OR; HS, C; www.gocugo.com/index.aspx?path=cross; Randy Dalzell; rdalzell@cu-portland.edu

16 UW-Oshkosh Brooks Inv.; Winneconne, WI; W 10:30 am; M 11:15 am; www.titans.uwosh.edu 16*#; Venue/Cal Poly Inv.; San Luis Obispo, CA; 9 am; C,O; www.gopoly.com; Mark Conover; 805-756-2235; mconover@calpoly.edu 16 Yellowjacket Inv.; Billings Inv.; 10 am; www.msubillings.edu/athletics/CrossCountry.asp 20*#; Utah State Meet; Sugarhouse Park; Salt Lake City (UT); www.uhsaa.org/info 21 CIAA Conf. Champ.; Cary, NC; www.theciaa.com/sports/xc/index

16 Connecticut College Inv.; Harkness Memorial State Park; Waterford, CT; C; www.conncoll.edu/athletics/index.htm; Ned Bishop 860-4392566; nbis@conncoll.edu

21 Coyote Twilight; Caldwell, ID; tinyurl.com/yz63adh

16 Eastern Oregon Open (short course); LaGrande, OR (Eastern OR); www.eousports.com/index.aspx?path=cross

22 Central Connecticut Mini-Meet; Stanley Quarter Park; New Britain, CT; 4 pm; www.ccsubluedevils.com; John Kelleher; 860-832-3054; track@ccsu.edu

16 Evansville (IN) Inv.; Noon; www.gopurpleaces.com; Don Walters; 812-457-4103; CoachDW2000@aol.com 16 Falcon Inv.; Bowling Green, OH; W 5K 10:45 am; M 8K 11:30 am; www.bgsufalcons.com; Cami Wells; 419-372-7104; clwells@bgnet.bgsu.edu

22 Cal-State Fullerton Titan Inv.; Carbon Canyon Park-Brea, CA; 5 pm; tinyurl.com/onncn; 714-773-3490

22 Eastern Michigan Fall Classic; Rolling Hills County Park; Dexter, MI; 4pm; www.emueagles.com/index.asp?skip=true 22 Illini Open; Champaign, IL; W 4 pm; M 4:45 pm; fightingillini.cstv.com; Eric Vetter; eavetter@illinois.edu; 217-333-0534

16# Front Runner Inv.; Chattanooga, TN (UT-Chattanooga); www.gomocs.com; 423-755-4782

22 John Reif Inv.; Ithaca, NY (Cornell); www.cornellbigred.com; Lou Duesing 607-255-3475

16 Gettysburg (PA) Inv.; 11 am; tinyurl.com/364y2s; sshutt@gettysburg.edu

22 Lake Wissota Inv.; Eau Claire, WI (UW-Eau Claire); 5 pm; www.uwec.edu/athletics

16# Hastings (NE) Inv.; Brickyard Park; 10 am; tinyurl.com/e6wha; Scott Davis; 402-461-7333

22*#; Nebraska HS State Meet; Kearney Country Club; Noon; www.nsaahome.org

16 IAAF World 1/2-Marathon Championships; Nannin, China; www.iaaf.org/whm10/preview.html

22 Upper Peninsula Champ.; Marquette, MI; 4 pm; tinyurl.com/8tx3u

16 Jim Drews/Tori Neubauer Inv.; LaCrosse, WI; 10:30 am; www.uwlax.edu/athletics; 608-785-8184 16 Leopard Inv.; Easton, PA (Lafayette); 10 am; tinyurl.com/yz4tby 16 Lucian Rosa Long/Short Inv.; Kenosha, WI; W 10:30 am; M 12:45 pm; www.parksiderangers.com; Mike DeWitt; 262-595-2405; dewitt@uwp.edu 16 Maine State Champ.; Brunswick, ME 16 Manchester Inv.; North Manchester, IN; 11 am; www.manchester.edu/Athletics/crosscountry 16 Mankato State Open; Mankato, MN; www.msumavericks.com

22 UW-Oshkosh Open; Winneconne, WI; W 2 pm; M 2:35 pm; www.titans.uwosh.edu 22 Wooster Relays; Wooster, OH; W 4:45 pm; M 5:30 pm; athletics.wooster.edu/cc/default.php; Dennis Rice; 330-263-2175; drice@wooster.edu 22-23*; 63rd Mt. SAC Inv.; Walnut, CA; HS; www.dyestatcal.com; 909 594-5611 ext4840; specialevents@mtsac.edu 23 13th Annual Shoreline Open; Mountain View, CA; O; W 5K 9 am; M 4.6miles 9:45 am; www.pausatf.org/indexxc.html 23 21st Annual Southeastern Classic; Rome, GA; M 9 am; W 10 am; www.berry.edu/athletics; Paul Deaton; pdeaton@berry.edu


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23 37th Annual Western Washington Invitational; Lake Padden Park; Bellingham, WA; W 10:30 am; M 11:15 am; tinyurl.com/jjtn5; Bill Roe; billroe@wwu.edu; 360/650-3969

29 *; North Carolina Independent School State Champ.; Montreat, NC; ncpreptrack.net

23 Battle for the Buggy; Lancaster County Park, PA; 5.99K and 4K; HostElizabethtown; www2.etown.edu/sports

30 14th Annual John Lawson/Tamalpa Challenge; China Camp State Park; San Rafael, CA; 4.25 miles; O,M; 9 am; www.pausatf.org/indexxc.html; Frank Ruona; 415-898-9340; fdruona@msn.com

23 Beaver Classic; Corvallis, OR (Oregon State); 9 am; tinyurl.com/nkmpbc

29 *; Red & White Inv.; 5 pm; www.rioredstorm.com

23 Biola Inv.; Irvine Regional Park; Orange, CA; M 8:30 am; W 9:15 am; tinyurl.com/l86atr

30 33rd Tulsa Run 15K (Road); Tulsa, OK; www.tulsarun.com

23 Bronco Preview Meet; Whittier, CA; 9 am; www.broncoathletics.com

30 America East; Franklin Park; Boston, MA; tinyurl.com/25lka2m

23 Div.II Challenge; Kutztown, PA; www.kubears.com; Ray Hoffman; 610-683-1334; hoffman@kutztown.edu

30 American Southwest Conf.; Tyler, TX; www.ascsports.org

23 Fighting Bee Invite; Bettendorf, IA; 11 am; web.sau.edu/CrossCountry

30 Atlantic Coast Conference; Chestnut Hill, MA; www.theacc.com/sports/c-xc/acc-c-xc-body.html

23 Florida Southern Inv.; Lakeland, FL; www.fscmocs.com/index.asp; jmoreno@flsouthern.edu

30 Atlantic Sun Conf.; Spartanburg, SC; 9m; www.atlanticsun.org

23 #; Gulf South Conference; TBA; www.gulfsouthconference.org

30 Atlantic-10; Pittsburgh, PA; www.atlantic10.com/sports/c-xc/atl10-cxc-body.html

23 *; Indiana HS Semi-States; www.ihsaa.org/main.shtm

30 Big East; Jamesville, NY (Syracuse); bigeast.org

23 Lewis & Clark State Inv.; Lewiston, ID; www.lcsc.edu/athletics/XC; MCollins@lcsc.edu

30 Big Sky Conference; Spokane, WA

23 Little Three; TBA; wso.williams.edu/orgs/xc 23 Mass. State College Athl. Conf. (MASCAC); Westfield, MA; www.westfieldstateowls.com 23 Mercyhurst/Gannon Inv.; Erie, PA 23 *; Michigan HS State Meet (Upper Peninsula); Escanaba HS; www.mhsaa.com 23 *; Montana HS State Meet; Helena, MT; www.mhsa.org 23 Mountain Valley Coll. Conf. Champ.; Rome, NY; www.mvcc.edu/students/athletics/index.cfm 23 Mountaineer Open; Gunnison, CO; tinyurl.com/26s49e3 23 #; Mt. Marty Inv.; Yankton, SD; www.mtmc.edu/athletics/index.aspx 23 NAIA Great Lakes Inv.; Grand Rapids, MI; 11 am; www.aquinas.edu/athletics 23 Nevins Inv.; East Stroudsburg, PA; 10 am; www.esuwarriors.com 23 *; North Dakota HS State Meet; TBA; ndhsaa.com/athletics

30 AMCC Champ.; Schenley Park; Pittsburgh, PA; www.amcconf.org

30 Big South; Radford, VA; ruhighlanders.com 30 Big West Conference; Riverside, CA; 8:30 am; www.gohighlanders.com 30 Big-12; Stillwater, OK; www.okstate.com/index-main.html 30 CCIW Champ.; Credit Island; Davenport, IA; 1 pm; www.augustana.edu/x353.xml 30 Centennial Conf.; Baltimore, MD 30 Colonial A.A. Champ.; Atlanta, GA; www.caasports.com 30 Colonial States A.C.; Gwynedd Valley; PA; www.gomightymacs.com 30 *; Colorado HS State Meet; Arapahoe County Fairgrounds; www.chsaa.org/sports/xcountry/xcountry.asp 30 Conference USA; Tulsa, OK; tinyurl.com/35rg6b6 30 *#; Connecticut HS Class Champ.; Wickham Park; Manchester, CT; www.mysportsresults.com 30 Great Northeast A.C.(GNAC); TBA; www.thegnac.com/landing/index

23 NYSCTC Champ.; Saratoga Springs, NY (RPI); www.rpiathletics.com

30 *#; Hawaii HS State Meet; Kapalua Village Golf Course; www.sportshigh.com/sports/cross_country

23 *; Oakville Cherokee Trails Inv.; Huntsville, AL; tinyurl.com/67vaaa; David Cain; 256-824-2222; caind@email.uah.edu

30 Heartland Coll. Athl. Conf.; Lexington, KY; www.heartlandsports.org

23 *; Oklahoma HS State Meet (2A-3A); Shawnee, OK; www.ohstrack.com 23 Saratoga Inv.; Saratoga Springs, NY (RPI); 11:30 am; www.rpiathletics.com; Colin Tory; 518-276-6184 23 *#; South Dakota HS State Meet; Elks Country Club; Rapid City; tinyurl.com/boroj 23 Southwestern Inv./NAIA Mid-States; Winfield, KS; W 10:15 am; M 11 am; www.sckans.edu/crosscountry; Jim Helmer; jhelm@sckans.edu 23 *; Ted Lloyd Bison Stampede; Searcy, AR (Harding); www.hardingsports.com; Bryan Phillips; 501-279-4014; 501-268-4801 23 Walsh/Malone Inv.; North Canton, OH; 11:45 am; www.walsh.edu/crosscountry.htm 23 Wellesley (MA) Coll. Inv. (Closed); 12:30 pm; www.wellesley.edu/Athletics/Crosscountry/index.html 23 *; Wyoming HS State Meet; Douglas, WY; tinyurl.com/5f5bj7

30 Horizon League Champ.; Montrose Beach; Chicago, IL; tinyurl.com/zeoym 30 *; Idaho HS State Meet (1A-2A); Farragut State Park; Bayview; www.idhsaa.org/sports/xcountry/default.asp 30 *; Idaho HS State Meet (3A-5A); Circling Raven Golf Course; Worley; www.idhsaa.org/sports/xcountry/default.asp 30 *; Illinois HS State Sectionals; www.ihsa.org/activity/ccb/index.htm 30 *; Indiana HS State Meet; Terre Haute, IN; www.ihsaa.org/main.shtm 30 Iowa Conf. Champ.; Dubuque, IA; 11 am; www.iowaconference.com 30 *#; Iowa HS State Meet; Fort Dodge, IA; www.iahsaa.org/crosscountry/index.html 30 *; Kansas HS State Meet; Rim Rock Farm; Lawrence (6A/5A); Wamego CC (1A-4A); www.kshsaa.org 30 *; KTCCCA Meet of Champions; Masterson Station Park, KY; www.ktccca.org

23 Yellowjacket Classic; Lamoni, IA; www.graceland.edu/athletics/crosscountry

30 Landmark Conf.; Towson, MD (Goucher); tinyurl.com/lwmqqs

24 *; Boston Mayor’s Cup Festival; Franklin Park, Boston, MA; Y,C,O; Prize Money; 10 am; baa.org/MayorsCup/Default.asp; 617-566-7600; office@usatfne.org

30 MEAC Champ.; Princess Anne, MD; www.meacsports.com

28 Southland Conference; Beaumont, TX; www.southland.org 28 Wingate Pre-SCAC Inv.; Wingate, NC; sports.wingate.edu/crosscountry/default.asp

30 Liberty League Champ.; Geneva, NY 30 MIAC Champ.; Como Park; St. Paul, MN; M 2:15 pm; W 3:15 pm; gustavus.edu/athletics 30 Michigan Intercollegiate A.A. (MIAA) Champ.; Grand Rapids, MI; www.calvin.edu/sports 30 Mid-American Champ.; Kalamazoo, MI; tinyurl.com/34863wz

29 Heptagonals; Van Cortlandt Park, NY; 11 am; www.ivyleaguesports.com

30 Middle Atlantic Conf.; Doylestown, PA

29 Metro Atlantic (MAAC) Champ.; Hammonassett Park; Madison, CT (Fairfield); www.maacsports.com

30 Midwest Conf.; Monmouth, IL; 11 am; www2.monm.edu/sportsinfo/teams.htm

29 Mountain West Conference; Laramie, WY; tinyurl.com/22ojwg3

30 Missouri Valley Conf.; Wichita, KS; tinyurl.com/3ay2m7f

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30 NESCAC Champ.; Clinton, NY; www.nescac.com/landing/index

5

Red River Conf. (NAIA); Cedar Fall, TX; www.redriverconference.com

30 New England Alliance/Little East; Worcester, MA; 11 am

5

30* New Hampshire Class Meets; Derryfield Park; Manchester, NH; www.lancertiming.com

St. John’s Fall Finale; Collegeville, MN; 4:30 pm; tinyurl.com/mrjthv; TMILES@CSBSJU.EDU

5

30 NEWMAC Champ.; Franklin Park; Boston, MA; www.wellesley.edu/athletics/athletics/crosscountry

Virginia Tech Open; Blacksburg, VA; M 6K; W 4K 4 pm; www.hokiesports.com; Stacy Vidt; svidt@vt.edu

6

American Mideast Conf. Champ.; Houghton, NY

30 NJAC Champ.; Pomona, NJ (Stockton); 10 am; tinyurl.com/7kpzr

6

30 North Coast Athl. Conf. Champ. (NCAC); Crawfordsville, IN (Wabash); www.wabash.edu/sports/cross_country

Appalachian Athl. Conf.; Black Mountain, NC; www.montreatcavaliers.com

6*# Arizona HS State Meet; Cave Creek G.C.; Phoenix, AZ; az.milesplit.us

30 Northeast Con. (NEC); Hamden, CT; Noon; www.quinnipiacbobcats.com 30 Northwest Conference Champ.; Ft. Steilacoom; Lakewood, WA (Puget Sound); www.loggerathletics.com/landing/index 30 Ohio Athletic Conf. (OAC); Westerville, OH (Otterbein); 11 am; www.otterbein.edu/athletics 30* Ohio State Meet Regionals; Various Sites; www.ohsaa.org/sports/cc/default.asp

6*# Arkansas HS State Meet; TBA; www.ahsaa.org 6

Capital Athletic Conf.; Winterplace Park; Salisbury, MD; www.cacsports.com/landing/index

6

Cascade Conf.; Klamath Falls, OR; tinyurl.com/348s2do

6

CCAA Champ.; Whittier, CA; 9 am; www.broncoathletics.com

6

Chicagoland Coll. A.C.; Elgin, IL; www.ccacsports.com

6

Doc Adams Open; Davis, CA; C,O; tinyurl.com/jbklx; Deanne Vochatzer 530-752-5057

6

ECAC Div.III Champ.; Colt State Park; Bristol, RI

30 Ohio Valley Conf.; Nashville, TN; tinyurl.com/lbttdz 30* Oklahoma HS State Meet (4A/5A/6A); Mitch Park; Edmond, OK; www.ohstrack.com

6* Georgia HS State Meet; Carrollton HS; ga.milesplit.us

30 Old Dominion A.C.; TBA; www.odaconline.com/landing/index

6

30 Pac-10; Seattle, WA; www.gohuskies.com/sports/c-xc/wash-c-xc-body.html

Great Lakes Intercoll. A.C. (GLIAC); Hillsdale,MI; www.ferrisstatebulldogs.com/landing/index

6

30 Patriot League; Easton, PA; 11 am; www.goleopards.com/sports/c-xc/lafa-c-xc-body.html

Great Lakes Valley Conf.; Kenosha, WI; 10 am; www.parksiderangers.com/index.aspx?path=mtrack&

6

30 President’s A.C.; Green County Airport; Waynesburg, PA; 11 am; www.waynesburgsports.com

Great Northwest A.C.; Yakima, WA; www.wildcatsports.com/index.aspx?path=cross

6

Great Plains A.C. Champ.; Yankton, SD (Mount Marty); www.mtmc.edu/athletics/crosscountry/index.aspx

6

GSAC-Woodward Park; Fresno, CA; Fresno Pacific; W 9 am; M 10 am; www.fresno.edu/athletics

6

Heart of America Athl. Conf.; Baldwin City, KS; www.haacsports.com

30 SCAC Champ.; Seguin, TX; www.scacsports.com/landing/index 30 SCIAC Champ.; Prado Park; Chino, CA; 8:30 am/9:15 am; www.cmsathletics.org/landing/index 30* Southern Conf.; Boone, NC 30 Summit League Champ.; Carmel, IN; www.thesummitleague.org 30 Sun Belt Conf.; Bowling Green, KY (Western Kentucky); www.sunbeltsports.org

6* Illinois HS State Meet; Detweiller Park; Peoria, IL; Boys: www.ihsa.org/activity/ccb/index.htm; Girls: www.ihsa.org/activity/ccg/index.htm 6# KCAC; TBA

30 SUNYAC; Oswego, NY; athletics.oswego.edu

6# KIAC/Mid-South; TBA

30 UMAC (Upper Midwest A.C.); Ashland, WI; umacathletics.com/index.aspx?path=umm

6

30 Unversity Athletic Assn. (UAA); Van Cortlandt Park, NY (NYU); 10 am; www.uaa.rochester.edu

6*# Maine HS State Meet; Twin Brook Recreation Center; Cumberland; www.sub5.com/pvcxc/home.htm

30 USA South Conf.; Hagan Stone Park, Greensboro, NC; www.usasouth.net/

6* Michigan HS State Meet (Lower Peninsula); Mich.Int’l Speedway; Brooklyn, MI; www.mhsaa.com

30*#; Vermont HS State Meet; Thetford. VT

6

30 West Coast Conference (WCC); Belmont, CA; M 9 am; W 9:45 am; tinyurl.com/384g82

Mid-America Champ. (MIAA); Hays, KS; 10 am; fhsuathletics.com; Jason McCullough; jmccullo@fhsu.edu; 785-628-4352

6

Mid-Central Conf.; Mishawaka, IN; www.mid-centralconf.org

30* West Virginia HS State Meet; Cabell Midland High School, On; tinyurl.com/9kexr

6* Minnesota HS State Meet; Northfield (St.Olaf); www.raceberryjam.com/indexcc.html

30 Western Athletic Conf. (WAC); Moscow, ID; tinyurl.com/3946pw3

6* Mississippi HS State Meet; Choctaw Trails; Clinton; MS; tinyurl.com/qruo2

30 WIAC Champ.; Colfax, WI; Noon; www.uwecblugolds.com 31 Big-10; Madison, WI; www.uwbadgers.com 31 Great South Athletic Conf. (GSAC) ;Montgomery, AL; tinyurl.com/36ltarz

Lone Star Conference; Abilene, TX; www.acusports.com/index.aspx?path=cross

6*# Missouri HS State Meet; Oak Hills Golf Center; Jefferson City, MO; tinyurl.com/2pznjq

31 SWAC; Clinton, MS; www.swac.org

6* Nevada HS State Meet; Rancho San Rafael Park; Reno, NV; nevadatrack.org

30* Wisconsin HS State Meet; Ridges Golf Course; Wisconsin Rapids, WI; www.wiaawi.org

6* New Hampshire Meet of Champions; Nashua, NH; www.lancertiming.com 6* New Mexico HS State Meet; Rio Rancho; www.nmact.org

November

6* North Carolina HS State Meet; Beeson Park; Kernersville, NC; ncpreptrack.net 6

1

SEC; Fort Jackson, SC; 9 am; tinyurl.com/23xr32d

5

Cal Pac Champ.; Oakland, CA (Mills College); tinyurl.com/3a497mr

5

Cavalier Open; Charlottesville, VA; C; 4 pm; www.virginiasports.com

Northern Sun Intercollegiates (NSIC); Wayne, NE; M 11 am; W Noon; www.wscwildcats.com

6* Ohio HS State Meet; Scioto Downs (Site tentative); www.ohsaa.org

5* Connecticut HS State Meet; Wickham Park; E. Hartford, CT; www.mysportsresults.com

6* Oregon HS State Meet; Lane C.C.; Eugene, OR; www.osaa.org/crosscountry

5

6

Pacific West Champ.; TBA

6

Peach Belt Athl. Conf.; Blanchard Woods Park; Evans, GA; www.peachbelt.com/landing/index

5

Dakota Athletic Conf. (DAC); Jamestown, ND; www.jimmieathletics.com Frontier Conference; Great Falls, MT; tinyurl.com/35yxnms


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*; Pennsylvania HS State Meet; Hershey Park Stadium/White Field; Hershey Park, PA; tinyurl.com/6pupy3 OR www.penntrackxc.com

www.hope.edu/athletics/ncaacross/index.html 13 NCAA Div.III-Mideast Regional; Cooper’s Lake Camp Ground; Slippery Rock, PA; www.cmu.edu/athletics/sports/index.html

6

Pennsylvania State Athl. Conf. (PSAC); California, PA; 10 am; tinyurl.com/2uo5l82

6

Rocky Mountain A.C. (RMAC) Champ.; Las Vegas, NM

13 NCCAA Champ.; Cedarville, OH; 11 am; yellowjackets.cedarville.edu; Paul Orchard; orchardp@cedarville.edu

6

San Diego USATF Open Champ.; Balboa Park; San Diego, CA; www.sdusatf.org/ldr.html; paul@hipstars.com; (619) 388-3704

13 *; New England HS Championships; Thetford, VT; www.lancertiming.com

6

Sooner A.C.; Lubbock, TX; www.lcuchaps.com

6

South Atlantic Conf.; Wingate, NC; tinyurl.com/2dmeu2n

13 *; Nike Cross Nationals Heartland Regional; Yankton Trail Park; Sioux Falls, SD; www.runnerspace.com/nxnhl

6

*; South Carolina HS State Meet; Columbia; sc.milesplit.us

6

Southern States A.C.; Gulfport, MS; www.ssacsports.com

6

Sun Conference; Beaufort, SC; thesunconference.com

13 *; Nike Cross Nationals Northwest Regional; Eagle Island State Park; Boise, ID; www.runnerspace.com/nxnnw

6

Sunshine State Conf.; Melbourne, FL; www.sunshinestateconference.com

13 *; NY State Intersectional Champ.; Pawling, NY; www.armorytrack.com

6

*; Tennessee HS State Meet; Steeplechase Course; Nashville, TN; 10 am; www.tssaa.org

13 *; Texas HS State Meet; OId Settlers’ Park; Round Rock, TX; 10 am; tx.milesplit.us

6

*; Texas HS Regionals; tx.milesplit.us

13 USATF Georgia Assn. Champ.; Millen, GA; www.usatfga.org

6

*; Washington HS State Meet; Sun Willows Golf Course;-Pasco, WA; www.watfxc.com

13 Viking Inv.; Rome, GA; M 11 am; W 11:45 am; www.berry.edu/athletics/; Paul Deaton; pdeaton@berry.edu

6

Wolverine-Hoosier Champ.; TBA; www.whac.net

7

USATF New England Champ.; Franklin Park, Boston, MA; 10 am; www.usatfne.org/cross; 617-566-7600; office@usatfne.org

13 *; Virginia HS State Meet; Great Meadow (north of Warrentown), VA; 10:30 am; va.milesplit.us

7

ING NY City Marathon (also U.S. Women’s Championships); www.ingnycmarathon.org; www.usatf.org/events/2010/USAWomensMarathonChampionship

7

*; No. Carolina Junior Olympic Champ.; Hagan Stone Park, Greensboro, NC; www.greensboropacesetters.com/subsite

7

Northeast-10 Conf.; Easton, MA; www.northeast10.org/sports/xc/index

7

*#; Rhode Island HS State Meet; TBA; ritca.com

13 *; Alabama HS State Meet; Moulton, AL; www.ahsaa.com; ace1key@aol.com

13 *; Nike Cross Nationals Midwest Regional; Terre Haute, IN (Indiana State); www.runnerspace.com/nxnmw

14 *; Brooks Border War-WI/IL/IA/MN HS 5K; Kenosha, WI; www.wisconsinrunner.com/borderwar/2008borderwar.htm; Peter Henkes; 262633-2291; /fax-1629; wisrun@execpc.com 14 NCAA Div.III-South/Southeast Regional; Memphis, TN; www.rhodeslynx.com 15-16 *; Louisiana HS State Meet; Natchitoches, LA; www.lhsaa.org/sports.php?id=4 20 *; 24th Annual Mid-East HS Meet of Champions; Indian Riffle Park; Kettering, OH; 11 am; HS Seniors from OH/MI/IL/IN; www.oatccc.com/crosscountry/Mideast/mideast5.html; Key Sports; 937-435-2633

13 *; Delaware HS State Meet; Killens Pond State Park; www.n5cta.com

20 32nd Living History Farms Inv. (10K); Urbandale,IA (“Severe” Cross Country, stream crossings and hilly, soft surfaces—corn fields, woods, pastures, some gravel); tinyurl.com/yy7v6q

13 *; Kentucky HS State Meet; Horse Park; Lexington,KY; www.ktccca.org

20 ECAC/IC4A Championships; Van Cortlandt Park, NY; 9:30 am; www.ecac.org/splash/index

13 *; Maryland HS State Meet; Parkton (Hereford HS); md.milesplit.us

20 *; Florida HS State Meet; Little Everglades Ranch; Dade City, FL; 8 am; www.fhsaa.org/cc

13 *; CHSAA Champ.; Van Cortlandt Park, NY; www.armorytrack.com

13 Nationall Junior College Champ. Div.I; TBA; www.icc.edu/athletics/crossCountry; tinyurl.com/lpl8wa 13 National Junior College Champ. Div.III; Suffolk C.C., NY (Ammerman Campus); tinyurl.com/m494sz 13 NCAA Div.I South Central Regional; Waco, TX; baylorbears.cstv.com/index-main.html 13 NCAA Div.I Mid-Atlantic Regional; State College, PA; tinyurl.com/2e6jreo

20 *; Massachusetts HS State Meet; Gardner Golf Course; www.mstca.org 20 NAIA Championships; Ft. Vancouver Park; Vancouver, WA; 11:45 am; www.gocugo.com/index.aspx?path=cross 20 NCAA Div.II Atlantic Regional; Raleigh, NC (St.Augustine’s); www.staug.edu/sports-page/mens-crosscountry.htm 20 NCAA Div.II Central Regional; Wayne, NE; wscwildcats.com

13 NCAA Div.I Midwest Regional; Newman Golf Course; Peoria, IL (Bradley); www.bradleybraves.com

20 NCAA Div.II South Central; Warrensburg, MO; www.ucmo.edu/athletics/xc

13 NCAA Div.I Mountain Regional; Rose Park G.C.; Salt Lake City,UT; utahutes.cstv.com/sports/c-xc/utah-c-xc-body.html

20 NCAA Div.II South; Huntsville, AL; tinyurl.com/35vre8q

13 NCAA Div.I Northeast Regional; Hammonsett Park, CT; www.fairfieldstags.com/landing/index

20 NCAA Div.II West Regional; Bellingham, WA; tinyurl.com/jjtn5

13 NCAA Div.I South Regional; Hoover, AL

20 NCAA Div.II-Midwest Regional; EP Sawyer Park; Louisville, KY (Bellarmine host); athletics.bellarmine.edu

13 NCAA Div.I Southeast Regional; EP Sawyer Park; Louisville, KY; www.uoflsports.com/#00

20 NCAA Div.III Champ.; Waverly, IA; www.iowaconference.com

13 NCAA Div.I West Regional; Springfield, OR; tinyurl.com/2h2q4

20 *#; New Jersey State HS; Holmdel Park, NJ; www.scullionstiming.com

13 NCAA Div.I-Great Lakes; Rochester, MI; www.ougrizzlies.com 13 NCAA Div.III Atlantic Regional; Fortin Park; Onenonta, NY; www.oneonta.edu/track/homemeets.htm

20 NCAA Div.II Southeast Regional; Cary, NC

20 *; Nike Cross Nationals South Regional; Bear Creek Park & Soccer Complex; The Woodlands,TX; www.runnerspace.com/nxns

13 NCAA Div.III Central Regional; Waverly, IA; www.iowaconference.com

20 *; Nike Cross Nationals Southwest Regional; Kiwanis Park; Tempe, AZ; www.runnerspace.com/nxnsw

13 NCAA Div.III Midwest Regional; Davenport, IA; www.augustana.edu/x353.xml

20 *; NY State Federation Meet; Bowdoin Park; Wappinger Falls; www.armorytrack.com

13 NCAA Div.III New England Regional/NE Div.III; Williamston, MA; M 11 am; W Noon; williams.prestosports.com/landing/index

21 USATF Pacific Assn. Champ.; Golden Gate Park; San Francisco, CA; W 4 miles 9 am; M 6 miles 11 am; www.pausatf.org/indexxc.html

13 NCAA Div.III West Regional; Salem, OR; tinyurl.com/2bqlhr2 13 NCAA Div.III Great Lakes Regional; Holland, MI (Hope);

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21 #; The 7th Annual Bad Boy 5K and 8K; Van Cortlandt Park, NY; www.manhattantrackclub.org/MTC_Site/Home.html

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*; Foot Locker West Regional; Walnut, CA (Mt.SAC); footlockercc.com; Doug Todd/John Norton; 909-594-5611 ext 4630/4882

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*; National AAU Championships (18 and under); ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex; Orlando, FL; aauathletics.org/Event/CrossCountry/NationalChampionships.aspx; Tony Staley; 407-828-2892; tony@aausports.org

22 NCAA Div.I Championships; Terre Haute, IN; W 12:00 pm; M 1:15 pm; tinyurl.com/5649xz

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NCAA Div.II Championships; EP Sawyer Park; Louisville, KY (Bellarmine host); athletics.bellarmine.edu

25 Manchester Road Race; Manchester, NH; www.manchesterroadrace.com

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*; Nike Cross Nationals; Portland, OR; www.runnerspace.com/nxn

21 NCAA Div.II East Regional; Franklin Park; Boston, MA; tinyurl.com/lvj6kk 21*#Nike Border Clash (WA vs. OR); Beaverton, OR; www.borderclash.com 21 NYRRC Champ.; Van Cortlandt Park, NY; 11:30 am; www.nyrr.org/races/2009/calendar/november.asp; 212-860-4455

27* California HS State Meet; Woodward Park; Fresno, CA; www.cifstate.org; www.dyestatcal.com 27 Canadian Champ.; Jericho Beach Park; Guelph, Ontario; www.athletics.ca/guelph2010 27* Foot Locker Midwest Regional; Kenosha, WI; footlockercc.com; Peter Henkes; 262-633-2291; fax-1629; wisrun@execpc.com

11 *; Foot Locker National Champ.; Balboa Park; San Diego, CA; footlockercc.com; 212-720-4435 11 *; USATF Junior Olympic Champ.; Hoover, AL; tinyurl.com/2vof9op 11 USATF National Club Champ.; McAlpine Park; Charlotte, NC; www.usatf.org/events/2010/USATFClubXCChampionships/index.asp 12 Pete McArdle Classic; Van Cortlandt Park, NY; 11:30 am; www.nyrr.org

27* Foot Locker Northeast Regional; Sunken Meadow State Park; footlockercc.com; Phil Zodda; 718-377-7737 27* Foot Locker Southern Regional; McAlpine-Greenway Park; Charlotte, NC; footlockercc.com; Max Mayo; 843-342-6097 27* Nike Cross Nationals Northeast/NY Regional; Bowdoin Park; Wappinger Falls, NY; www.runnerspace.com/nxnne 27* Nike Cross Nationals Southeast Regional; Cary, NC; www.runnerspace.com/nxnse

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*; USATF Championships; San Diego, CA; www.usatf.org

March 20 39th IAAF World Championships; Punta Umbria, Spain; iaaf.org


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A cross country team’s success is largely determined in the training and socialization process that takes place before the races. When we consider that cross country is a team event, with only one person who can win, team racing strategies are critical. Teams that train together and learn the importance of working together have more success than teams that are developed as individuals. And this attitude is developed in training as the team learns to run together and support each other. There are a number of valuable lifelong lessons that cross country running will instill in team members, ranging from working together and helping people who are struggling, to realizing that a team is only as strong as its weakest member. Saucony team runner Molly Huddle, 2008 U.S. 10,000 meters champion, who ran for the U.S. team at last year’s World Cross Country Championships, emphasizes the importance and influence of being part of the team. She says, “I would tell high school runners to relish the team experience if they can, because if you’re lucky enough to have a solid team, it is the best part of running cross country. Running for the rest of the team is a great motivator to get the best race out of yourself and have fun at the same time!” Molly tells how her strong team spirit helped her in the World Champs. She says, “World Cross is a confusing and exciting experience but definitely one of the coolest races out there. It’s hard to know who to aim for and everyone up front is intimidatingly fast! But I kept my head in the race by thinking of the goal of the team medal and knowing whereabouts I’d have to finish and which countries I had pass for us to score low enough to get it.” How do coaches prepare their teams to think like a team? Having the runners warm up and cool down together, do their long training runs together, travel to meets together, and socialize are great ways to bring them together. The community college team that I coached was by far the largest in our Northwest conference (we had 45 runners!) and usually placed in the last few teams in the competition. But my runners would always stay by the finish and cheer their teammates on, including one girl who was always last by several minutes. Runners from other teams would always gawk at our team when they did this, but I can proudly say that my team had the best spirit, regardless of their performance. Saucony team runner and 2008 Olympic marathoner Magdalena Lewy Boulet sums it up nicely when she advises high school cross country runners. “My strongest recommendation is that when preparing to race cross country, an athlete should incorporate training on grass, dirt, and hills. It’s important to train on the same surface you will race. But mainly, have fun with it. It’s a great sport and you have an opportunity to be a part of a team, so have a good time with your teammates!”

2010 AT&F Coaching Tech Columns Presented by Saucony are produced by Shooting Star Media, Inc. Copyright 2010. All rights reserved. Design/Layout: Alex Larsen; Proofreader: Marg Sumner; Publisher: Larry Eder. Photos: PhotoRun.net. Twelve-week daily training program can be found at american-trackandfield.com. Visit twitter.com/americantf for daily training updates.


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USATF’s Board Needs to Improve To the Board of Directors of USATF: In the last few months, you have done considerable damage to our sport. Most recently, your clumsily carried-out dismissal of Doug Logan has given track and field a black eye. For many people in business and the media, track and field has become a laughingstock. Don’t expect many new sponsors in the next few years. What’s more, you’ve done it all in secrecy, while the hundreds of thousands of people in the sport who care about its governance—elite athletes, officials, coaches, meet directors, agents, the shoe industry, journalists, and many, many fans—have been kept in the dark. Over and over in the past three months people have asked, “What the hell is going on?” It’s time to stop. USATF’s leadership is fond of talking about “transparency,” while practicing the opposite. Now it’s time to walk the walk. Here are two steps you can take immediately to begin to fulfill your obligation of keeping the track and field community fully informed about the governance of the sport.

1. Immediate and continuing publication of the complete minutes, verbatim, of all USATF Board meetings from January 1, 2008 on, to be published online—without passwords or encryption—so that everyone interested in the sport can learn what those who govern the sport have been doing over the past three years and are doing now, and will do in the future. If verbatim transcripts of the meetings aren’t available, we need to know why. 2. Full disclosure of all meetings, conversations, correspondence, records, etc., concerned with the hiring of Doug Logan. We need to know, in detail, how USATF hired, for its most important job, an individual who knew absolutely nothing about the sport, had only three years’ sports management experience, and whose previous employment for most of his business career was as a rock concert promoter. That’s a start on measuring up to your responsibilities.

— James Dunaway




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