The New Mexico women are going for their second title in three years with a roster of athletes from all over the world.
Kelati hasn't competed at all this year (she's too old for HS competition), but has been racing thee academic clock to graduate and compete in the NCAA next year (she'll compete for New Mexico).
New Mexico stayed on top, but share first place votes with Colorado and Providence.
*New Mexico's Courtney Frerichs Dominated The West Steeplechase, Winning Her Heat By 18-Seconds In 9:51 New Hampshire's Elinor Purrier was the fastest in the East with 9:55.
They join the 2004 New Mexico ski team as the school's only other NCAA champions.
The big favorites said they treated Regionals "kind of like a warm up" and purposely didn't go all-out or sprint at the end.
After Colorado beat them at the Mountain Regional by one point, they got two votes, although Nex Mexico held out a couple runners in that race.
New Mexico stays #1, but after that, the top 15-teams moved all over the place with Colorado 2nd and Arkansas 3rd.
Michigan moved from 5th to 2nd with Colorado 3rd and Arkansas moving from 11th to 4th.
After some key international recruits and transfers, the women Lobos have been ranked #1 all year. This weekend they'll get to prove that this Friday at the Wisconsin Invitational.
Colorado, Providence and Oregon are ranked 2-4.
Colorado moved to 2nd while Providence moved up to 3rd from 8th. Boise State goes from 20th to 7th while Iowa State dropped from 2nd to 6th.
Iowa State moves down to #2.
Tiernan dominated the Washington Invy by 20-seconds while Arter won Notre Dame by 10-seconds.