LRC 2018 Wisconsin Invite: NAU Men Send Message, Colorado Women Surprise, Wisconsin’s Morgan McDonald & Alicia Monson Sweep Individual Titles The men’s race went according to form as the NAU men DOMINATED and Morgan McDonald was fantastic while the women’s race was full of surprises both in the team and individual race. All together, there were 34 ranked teams at this meet.
*MB: OFFICIAL 2018 NUTTYCOMBE WISCO INVITATIONAL DISCUSSION THREAD
USTFCCCA Weekend Recap: Roy Griak, Paul Short, Louisville And Stanford At Griak, the Duke men beat out Minnesota by 3 points as Harvard’s Kieran Tuntivate won individually. Minnesota dominated the women’s race, led by a 1-2 from twin sisters Bethany and Megan Hasz.
Team LRC Alabama’s Gamble: Can The Crimson Tide Win The NCAA Cross-Country Title With Five Kenyans – And Not Much Else? If Alabama wins it all this year in XC, they will be the first balanced program to win an NCAA men’s XC title in 10 years. Last year, the Crimson Tide quietly won the John McDonnell Program of the Year award, which goes to the school with the best combined finish across cross-country, indoor, and outdoor track & field.
*MB: Bama Track/XC coach: “It’s hard to get American kids on the phone and be a good dad”
Individual LRC All Grown Up: “This Is A Different Grant Fisher Than We’ve Ever Seen Before” Grant Fisher is entering his senior cross-country season and Stanford coach Chris Miltenberg is worried … for the competition. “I’m maybe worried for everybody else out there because this is a different Grant Fisher than we’ve ever seen before.”