State of Iowa universities and other universities with former Iowa preps on their rosters dot the most recent D-1 Regional Cross Country rankings. Iowa State women, with a number of Iowans on the roster, including returning All American Meaghan Nelson, CR Xavier, and Morgan Casey of NE Goose Lake, is #1 in the Midwest. Washington women, […]
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Here is a link to The Daily Iowan about Columbus Community’s Sam Chaney who is striving to take his talents to The Next Level. CLICK HERE!
Latest National D-1 XC Rankings CLICK HERE!
Sammi Bruett, Wartburg/Urbandale is Iowa Conference Women’s XC Runner of the week. For more information CLICK HERE!
There were 37 students in Andrea Toppin’s graduating class at Ventura High School. She developed a penchant for running even though her school didn’t have enough runners to be a scoring cross country team after her freshman season. She is still running, now as a member of Iowa State’s cross country team and distance unit. […]
Three team members took on the Iowa State XC course (Heartland Classic, Sept. 15) in the college division 8K. Mason Frank ran a 26:29, new team member David Sevcik a 26:38 and Chris Robertson 27:38. ISU runner Mohamen Hrezi won in 25:21. Cross Country running is a fall tradition, at least with high school and college runners – as thousands […]
Former Boyer Valley standout, Emily Weber, leads St. Mary’s at Greeno meet in Lincoln. For more info. CLICK HERE!
Both Loras and Mt. Mercy took part in the 33rd running of the Catholic National Championships, held at the University of Notre Dame . These Iowa schools, with many Iowa preps on their rosters, ran very well against competition from D-1, D-2, D-3 and NAIA divisions. Recap CLICK HERE!
Iowa State Coach Corey Ihmels held most of his varsity runners out of their 7th Heartland Classic on the southwest corner of the Iowa State campus but the Cyclones still competed very well. Their women were victorious and the men were 2nd. A large contingent of former Iowa preps were in Ames representing Wartburg, NIACC, Iowa Cenral, Indian Hills, […]
The University of Washington women’s XC team was the NCAA runner-up in 2011. They have plans to improve upon that finish and former Dowling great Katie Flood will be counted on to lead the way. For a complete season outlook CLICK HERE!