The Week That Was – Our Weekly Recap
NCAA XC: Men’s Top 10 Previews
LRC 2015 Men’s Cross-Country Preview: #2 Stanford And #1 Colorado Stanford is loaded again with the Rosa brothers, Sean McGorty and superfrosh Grant Fisher, but that still isn’t enough to wrestle the #1 ranking from Colorado, which returns four of five scorers from its ’14 title team and adds in Morgan Pearson (17th in ’13).
- LRC 2015 Men’s Cross-Country Preview: #6 Oregon, #5 Villanova, #4 Wisconsin And #3 Syracuse Oregon’s roster is overflowing with talent but everyone beyond top man Edward Cheserek is a question mark. With a veteran squad led by Aussie Patrick Tiernan, ‘Nova will look to land on the podium for the first time in 23 years.
- LRC 2015 Men’s XC Preview: #10 Virginia, #9 Ole Miss, #8 Iona, #7 Oklahoma State
- Iowa State’s Crystal Nelson (7th at NCAA XC in ’14) Out For Season Nelson had battled depression and an eating disorder last year during the track season and they recently discovered that she has a heart condition.
- The 30th Running Of The Roy Griak Invy Will Take Place, But For The First Time Without Its Namesake In Attendance
*MB: RIP Roy Griak – A Legend
- Roy Griak Invitational Men’s Preview
*MB Predictions *Meet Home *Entries
- New Mexico Strengthens Hold On Top Spot In Women’s NCAA XC Rankings
- Top 5 Remain Unchanged In Updated Men’s NCAA National Rankings Colorado and Stanford are ranked 1-2.
- MB: BREAKING: NAU’s Futsum Zienasellassie, #2 Returner from 2014 NCAA XC Champs, Will Redshirt This Fall
- NC State’s Ryen Frazier And Indiana State’s John Mascari Are NCAA DI Athletes Of The Week Frazier won the adidas XC Challenge in Raleigh, destroying the CR with 16:06. Mascari won his fourth consecutive title at the Indiana Intercollegiate Championships.
- Updated Regional Rankings: Two New Teams Top Latest DI Rankings Michigan and NC State women both move to the top of their respective regions.