Joe Rosa

Joe Rosa

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: Men’s Individual Top 10 Preview: Can Anyone Beat King Cheserek?

There is a heavy, heavy favorite but behind him it's wide open. How many can Colorado put in the top 10? Does anyone have a chance Edward Cheserek? We've found a potential upset winner (pics included) whom we bet you've never heard of.
October 27, 2014

Pac-12s Preview: #1 Colorado/Edward Cheserek and #3 Oregon/Shelby Houlihan Lead Stacked Fields

The most competitive conference meet in the country features five of the top 12 teams on the men's side (including #1 Colorado and #2 Oregon) and six ranked women's squads. The two big winners two weeks ago, Edward Cheserek (Pre-Nats) and Maksim Korolev (Wisconsin) wills square off in the men's race, while Shelby Houlihan will look to fend off freshmen sensations Elise Cranny and Bethan Knights in the women's race.

October 16, 2014

2014 adidas Wisconsin Preview: An Incredible 19 Ranked Men's Teams And 22 Ranked Women's Teams Are Ready To Battle

Friday's adidas Wisconsin Invitational pits #3 NAU against #7 Stanford on the men's side, while the women's race features 22 ranked teams, including #2 Michigan State, #5 Arkansas and #6 Stanford as well as 9-time defending Canadian champs Guelph. Joe Rosa, Maksim Korolev, Stanley Kebenei and Futsum Zeinasellassie will bid for the individual men's title; Shelby Houlihan leads a loaded women's individual field.

June 13, 2014

A Race for the Ages: Lawi Lalang Defeats Oregon's Edward Cheserek and 10,000 Screaming Oregon Fans

NCAA meet record -check. 10,000 plus screaming fans- check. Great finishing duel- check. Greatest NCAA 5000m ever -check.