NCAA XC Weekend Recap: Wisconsin Jeopardized The At-Large Process And Should Be DQed From Louisville + No. 1 Colorado Debuts And The Six-Man XC Team That Beat Everyone At Notre Dame
NCAA Weekend XC Preview: No. 1s Colorado And New Mexico To Debut, Stanford Vs. Oregon, And Much More
Results From The 2015 Notre Dame Alex Wilson Invitational
In the DMR, Baylor women ran 10:58.52 (#2 NCAA time this year) to win while the men's race was won by Arkansas in 9:28.37. Becca Addison ran 4:30.70 to win the women's mile over Canada's Nicole Sifuentes and Rachel Johnson won the 3000 (9:07.09).
Elise Cranny Debuts, Patrick Tiernan Dominates, Stanford Looks Great on Paper and The Greatest Colorado Team Ever? Seven Thoughts on the Weekend's XC Action
We break down the action from last week for you. Have we finally found a challenger for Edward Cheserek?
Weekend XC Preview: Notre Dame Invitational, Washington Invitational Headline Action
Notre Dame has an extremely deep men's field (10 of the top 25, led by #10 BYU), but the best race of the weekend is Saturday in Seattle, where half of the men's top 10 (#2 NAU, #5 Portland, #6 Stanford, #7 Indiana, #9 Villanova) will square off. The women's races aren't as strong, but #3 Oregon vs. #4 Stanford at Washington should be compelling,
with a potential debut from Stanford's Aisling Cuffe. In other action, the #6 FSU women trek up to Paul Short to face #5 Georgetown while the #1 Colorado men race at the Rocky Mountain Shootout.
*Aisling Cuffe Out For Most (Or All) XC Season With A Stress Fracture According to this blog post by one of the Stanford men.