2014 NCAA Cross Country Championships

November 22, 2015 to November 22, 2015
Terre Haute, Indiana

Colorado and Stanford men had the most All-Americans with five each while Michigan State women had four. Pac-12 men and Big Ten women were the most dominant conferences.

The Denver Post:

She was the top frosh and one of just 3 frosh All-Americans.

The Denver Post:

John Mayer was the only journalist from a majorr our of state paper in Terre Haute.

University of Colorado Athletics:

“It’s is hard to be the favorites, it’s so hard to have the attention. It’s so hard for nine or ten 21-year-old men to keep their egos in check and they really did it. They were talking each other up the whole time. I think any one of would have sacrificed his day to have a bad day if it would have meant six good days for his teammates. So, that’s the biggest feeling I have. Pride, not for me but pride for them.”

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