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Top 4 men's:
1. (Nelson is he is returning to Stout. Have no evidence either way)
2. Schilit (Haverford)
3. Kramer (Calvin)
The battle for top 3 will be intense. I predict we're gonna be in store for a wild ride of a season, and a real barn burner at Nats.
I think its a toss up on the top 4 teams from last year on the men's side, and for the women's side, can the WashU girls defend the title?
where is nationals being held?
Terre Haute, IN
I think it'll come down to Haverford v North Central again for the 3rd year in a row. Based off last year's results, I'd give NCC the nod but not if Perez isn't healthy. Was he injured all track season?
I'll take a wild card here: Calvin FTW. Here's what I think. NCC is good enough to win but at the level they train at, one kid can go down pretty easily and then their season could be shot, leaving only Haverford. One misstep there (I mean it's already so close) and Calvin wins.
On paper, would they win? No. But in a race situation? Sure. I could swap WashU in for Calvin, too, but Calvin is deeper.
Yeah good call, there isn't much depth in a 40+ person roster. NCC will win.
I was under the impression that Perez is no longer running for NCC? Maybe just a rumor but he was definitely absent all of track.
Has anyone heard about redrawing of DIII regions??
Specifically. I've seen a post indicating Amherst/Williams/Middlebury are now in the Atlantic Region??
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Perez?!? Didn't he use his 6 years up at Keene State years ago?
I have heard true. But it might not be until 2013?
Can anyone do a breakdown of the track times and XC credentials of the top few teams. I would do it, but I have a job, and I'm too lazy/busy right now to look it all up right now.
why on earth would they ever do that? Middlebury is in Vermont for God's sake! Also, you'd be taking those teams away from the rest of their conference. The only rationale I can think of for this change would be to balance the regions from a competitive standpoint, but that's just stupid. The South region sends weak teams to nationals every year, and the Midwest is stacked. There will always be imbalances and that's fine. It's not like any top 5 teams are getting shut out of nationals.
In order of last year's xc nationals finish (some guys I included may have graduated this year; results don't always show the same story when it comes to eligibility). Doesn't include any incoming freshmen. Last year's cross country finish in parentheses.
North Central College
1. Matt Perez (5): Did not compete
2. Dan Kerley (37): 10k-29:58, 5k-14:29
3. John Crain (48): 10k-30:56, 5k-14:24, 1500-3:52
4. Matt Brinkmeier: 5k-15:07, 1500-4:08
5. Yonatan Mascote: 10k-30:48, 5k-14:55, Steep-9:14, 1500-3:54
Travis Morrison: 5k-14:43
Mitchell Gilbert: 5k-14:47
1. Jordan Schilit (18): 10k-29:46, 5k-13:59, 1500-3:47, 800-1:51
2. Brian Sokas (29): 10k-30:25, 5k-14:45
3. Peter Kissin (179): 10k-30:46, 5k-14:29
4. Ivo Milic-Strkal (251): 3k-8:39, 1500-3:52
Faraz Sohail: 10k-30:26, 5k-14:30
Chris Stadler: 5k-14:43
Avi Bregman: Steep-9:08
1. David Hamm (44): 10k-31:05, 5k-15:26
2. Ryan Senci (107): 5k-14:54, 3k-8:43
3. Elliot Petterson (130): 5k-15:05, 3k-8:43
4. Caleb Ford (197): 5k-15:22, 3k-8:43, 1500-3:58
Kevin Sparks (41): 10k-30:30, 5k-14:44, 3k-8:36
Garrett Patrick: 10k-31:43, 5k-15:14, 3k-8:43
Andrew Padgett: 3k-8:45, Steep-9:35
1. Tom Clark (60): 5k-15:03, 1500-3:56
2. Chris Moore (263): 5k-15:30
Alex Brimstein: 5k-15:08, Steep-9:07, 3k-8:33
Chris Mateer: 10k-31:40, 5k-15:16
Patrick Wortner: 10k-31:54, 5k-15:09
Tim Chambers: 5k-15:41
Chaz Abad: 5k-15:43
1. Sean Kutz (34): Did not compete; not listed on roster
2. John Dewitt (69): 10k-30:14, 5k-14:47, 3k-8:38
3. Erik Hofferber (211): Did not compete; not listed on roster
4. Zach Adams (229): 5k-15:35
5. Jordan Carpenter (264): Steep-9:16
Mike Foust: 10k-32:15, 5k-15:39
Derek Johnsrud: 5k-15:32
1. Chris Lee (51): 5k-15:04
2. Colin Cotton (73): Did not compete
3. Wade Davis (76): 10k-31:26, 5k-15:26, 3k-8:56
Maxwell LaBerge: 10k-31:28, 5k-14:53, 3k-8:42
Aldis Inde: 5k-14:55, 3k-8:52
Scott Rodilitz: 10k-31:40, 5k-15:14
Steve Mendoza: 5k-15:35, Steep-9:41
1. Tully Hannan (27): 10k-31:48, 5k-14:35, 3k-8:27, Steep-9:40
2. Andrew Wortham (49): 5k-14:41, Steep-9:03, 3k-8:40
3. Mike Martin (90): 5k-14:49, Steep-9:23, 3k-8:48
4. Ken Whitney (128): 10k-31:42, 5k-14:54
5. Noah Graboys (206): 5k-14:43, 1500-3:54
Graham Pearsall: 5k-15:43, Steep-9:41
James Lepage: 1500-4:00, 800-1:51
1. Sam Rakoc (85): Did not compete
2. Scott Smolensky (273): 5k-15:42, 3k-8:54
3. Brendan Courneene (275): 5k-15:50, 3k-9:00
Alex Calderwood: 10k-32:47, 5k-15:32
Timothy Liponis: 10k-33:58, 5k-15:21
Trevor Bibb: 5k-15:37, 3k-9:15
Aaron Tompkins: 5k-15:46, Steep-9:54, 3k-9:02
1. Matt Rand (19): 5k-14:34, 3k-8:35
2. Kyle Marks (71): 5k-14:46, 3k-8:29
3. Brian McLaughlin (95): 5k-15:15, 3k-8:44
4. Liam Cassidy (101): 5k-15:05, 3k-8:41
5. Andrew Shapero (153): 10k-32:23, 5k-15:14
6. Ben Wallis (208): 5k-15:23, 3k-8:36, Steep-9:12
Tyler Andrews: 10k-30:22, 5k-14:53
1. Andrew Fine (102): 10k-31:25, 5k-14:54
2. Ryan Steinbock (116): 5k-14:59, Steep-9:36, 3k-8:41, 1500-3:54
3. Henry Mynatt (120): 10k-31:43, 5k-14:33
Greg Clark: 5k-15:15, Steep-9:35, 1500-3:59
David Breen: 5k-15:18, Steep-9:35
Nick Stender: 5k-15:26
Eddie Einbender-Luks: 5k-15:43
1. Dan Kerr (21): 10k-29:42, 5k-14:24
2. Matt Vander Roest (22): 10k-30:27, 5k-14:29, Steep-9:14
3. Greg Whittle (112): 1500-3:50
4. David Vande Bunte (136): 10k-32:27, 5k-14:58, 3k-8:52
5. Rhett Morici (180): 5k-15:31
6. Job Christiansen (190): 10k-30:41, 5k-14:49, 3k-8:50
Nick Kramer: 10k-30:16, 5k-14:12, Steep-8:51, 3k-8:26
You're doing God's work, son.
Not xc...but still d3. Ben Scheetz makes olympic trials!
This kid should be running marathons