Dominique Scott

Dominique Scott

May 21, 2022

The Carlsbad 5000 Returns From Three Year Hiatus On Sunday

Reigning champ Edward Cheserek leads the men's field while the women have Olympians Kim Conley and Dom Scott.
April 02, 2019

WTW: 7 Final Thoughts About World XC + Emily Sisson Delivers

Is Burundi on its way to being the newest East African distance power? How in the world did the US men lose to Tanzania? Plus Dom Scott went for it big time (and bloew up big time) and a look back at Eliud Kipchoge's four runs at World XC.
July 15, 2016

Monaco Diamond League: Omar McLeod Loses for First Time in 2016, Van Niekerk Keeps Winning, National High Jump Record (And Injury) for Tamberi

Omar McLeod's unbeaten streak came to an end as Wayde van Niekerk's continued at the Monaco DL meeting which took place less than 24 hours and 20km away from the horrific terrorist attack in Nice, France.
June 10, 2016

DOMination: Arkansas' Scott Claims First NCAA Outdoor Title in Women’s 10,000

Dominique Scott dominated the final 2 laps to help the Razorbacks team title hopes.
June 07, 2016

2016 NCAA Outdoor Women's 5K/10K Preview: Arkansas' Dominique Scott Goes For the Double That Eluded Her Last Year

With Molly Seidel out for the season with a stress fracture and Erin Finn focused on the Olympic Trials, Scott, who finished second in both events last year, is the NCAA leader at both distances (15:25/31:56). On paper, SEC rival Chelsea Blaase is her biggest competition in the 10k but seems past her peak; could Georgetown's Katrina Coogan threaten in the 5k after moving up from the 1500?
March 30, 2016

2016 Stanford Invitational Entries

A highlight will be the women's 5000 which has New Zealand's Kim Smith, Dominique Scott and former NCAA champ Emma Bates. For the men, German Fernandez makes his 10K debut with Shadrack Kipchirchir also in the race and Paul Chelimo is in the 5000. *MB: German Fernandez 10k debut!!!! *MB: BIAS STANFORD ENTRIES
February 19, 2016

Collegians Dominique Scott and Erin Teschuk Both are Pumped To Be Running NYRR Millrose Games Mile

Scott has been focused on this race all winter as she doesn't have NCAA indoor eligibility. Teschuk just got into the field last weekend after a scratch.
November 20, 2015

Mark Wetmore Prays for Rain (and Fire), Chris Miltenberg Discusses the Rosas' Health and the NCAA Coaches Explain Why They Do/Don't Recruit Foreigners

The pre-NCAA XC press conference was held today and we share the highlights with you, including Molly Seidel's refusal to talk about the "Foot Locker curse" and where their coaches expect Ben Saarel and Grant Fisher to finish. Also be sure to tune to our live, on-course NCAA radio show Saturday at 11 a.m.
November 18, 2015

2015 NCAA XC Women's Individual Preview: Can Allie Ostrander Become The First Freshman In 30 Years To Win NCAA XC? Or Will Molly Seidel Or Aisling Cuffe End The "Foot Locker Curse"?

A freshman woman hasn't won NCAAs in 30 years. A Foot Locker champ has never won. Which streak ends on Saturday?
October 15, 2015

Wisconsin adidas Invitational Preview: Can The Syracuse Men Repeat? How Low Can The New Mexico Women Go?

With 17 ranked men's teams and 20 of the top 25 women's teams, this is the best meet of the year outside of NCAAs. No. 2 Syracuse is the highest-ranked team in the coaches' poll, but they'll face tough competition in No. 4 Stanford, No. 5 Iona and No. 11 Wisconsin. No. 1 New Mexico should win the women's race handily, but look out for No. 3 Providence and No. 6 Boise St.
September 23, 2015

2015 NCAA XC: Women’s Individual Top 10 Preview: Who takes over for Kate Avery?

With no Kate Avery, the championship picture is wide open. Wisconsin junior Sarah Disanza is the top returner from a year ago but she's far from a shoo-in as she'll be pushed by British import Rhona Auckland (New Mexico) and NCAA track champs Dominique Scott (3k), Rhianwedd Price (1500) and Molly Seidel (10k).
September 15, 2015

2015 Women's XC Preview: #10 Arkansas And #9 Michigan

Arkansas loses a lot to graduation but still has the country's most versatile runner in Dominique Scott. Michigan, with Erin Finn, will look to rebound after an injury-plagued 2014 saw them slip from preseason #1 to 18th at NCAAs. With both teams featuring such strong frontrunners, they crack our pre-season top 10.
May 16, 2015

2015 SEC Championships: Live Results / Schedule / Startlists

LSU's Julian Parker won the 800 in 1:46.17 over Brandon McBride (1:46.53). Arkansas went 1-2 in the 5000 as Kemoy Campbell beat Stanley Kebenei by less than a second in 13:52. Dominique Scott won the 1500/5000 double. *Meet Home Florida men and Arkansas women currently lead going into final day.

April 04, 2015

2015 Stanford Invitational: Gelete Burka Outkicks Shalane Flanagan, Grunewald PRs and Wins, Brits Stabler and Aitchison Impress, German Fernandez is Back!

Shalane Flanagan showed she's ready for Boston, Gabriele Grunewald got a nice pr and win in the 5000m, Sam Stabler of Lamar had the breakthrough of the meet in the 5000m, Oliver Aitchison showed he's becoming a force at 1500m,  German Fernandez got a much needed win and Erin Teschuk got some attention.

March 15, 2015

Women's 3000: Arkansas' Dominique Scott Pulls Away from Stud Frosh Elise Cranny to Close Out a Perfect Weekend

Dominique Scott won her first individual NCAA title in convincing fashion over Elise Cranny.

March 11, 2015

NCAA DMR Previews: Edward Cheserek Leads The Oregon Men; Can The Arkansas Women Repeat At Home?

With Cheserek on the anchor, can anyone stop the Ducks from winning their first DMR title since 2010? The women's race should be great with Arkansas and likely anchor Dominique Scott battling Georgetown (Katrina Coogan on anchor) and Michigan State (Leah O'Connor).