2019 NCAA Men's XC Season Preview: Men's Teams #10 Oklahoma State Through #6 Notre Dame
Clash of the Titans: No. 1 NAU & No. 2 BYU Square Off In Classic Battle In Louisville for the 2017 NCAA XC Title
NCAA Weekend XC Preview: No. 1s Colorado And New Mexico To Debut, Stanford Vs. Oregon, And Much More
Futsum Is Tired of Losing, The Pac-12 Is Dominant and Really Early 2015 Projections: 7 Final Thoughts on NCAA XC
Video: Portland's Rob Conner, NAU's Futsum Zienasellassie, and Indiana State's John Mascari
Eight Takes From The Men's Race - 2014 NCAA Cross-Country Championships
We break down Colorado's repeat and compare them to the 2001 CU, 2003 Stanford and 2005 Wisconsin NCAA all-time great championship teams.We look at the Oregon 1-2 punch, Stanford's improvement, and how tough it is for true frosh.
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.
2014 Men's XC Preview: #6 Portland & #5 Oklahoma State
The Portland Pilots have six guys who have run under 29:30 for 10,000 on the track and thus have good reason to believe this is the best Portland team ever. Oklahoma State lost its top 2 from last year but Dave Smith hopes an increase in focus helps the Cowboys, who will be led by 13:27 man Kirubel Erassa, contend.