Nov. 14, 2010

 

INDIANAPOLIS---The NCAA Division III Mens and Womens Track and Field Committee announced today the team and individual qualifiers for the 2010 Division III Mens and Womens Cross Country Championships.

In order to be eligible to participate in the championships, teams and individuals must qualify in their respective NCAA regions.

Thirty-two teams were selected to participate in each championship. The top two, seven-person teams automatically qualified from each of the eight regions, for a total of 16 teams. Sixteen additional teams were selected at-large.

Fifty-six individuals, the first seven athletes from each region who are not a part of a qualifying team, were selected to participate in each championship.

Wartburg College will host the championships, November 20, at Max Championship Cross Country Course in Waverly, Iowa. The mens race will begin at 11 a.m. Central time followed by the womens race at noon Central time.

The following teams and individuals were selected to the championships:

Mens Automatic Qualifying Teams

Mens At-large Teams

Calvin

Albion

Centre

Allegheny

Claremont-Mudd-Scripps

Brandeis

Dickinson

Carnegie Mellon

Grinnell

Colorado College

Haverford

Elizabethtown

Luther

Hamline

Lynchburg

Middlebury

MIT

Nebraska Wesleyan

North Central (Illinois)

New York University

St. Lawrence

Ohio Wesleyan

SUNY Geneseo

Rochester (New York)

Wabash

Washington U. in St. Louis

Willamette

Whitworth

Williams

Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Wisconsin-Platteville

Wisconsin-Stevens Poin

 

 

 

 

   

Womens Automatic Qualifying Team

Womens At-large Teams

Calvin

Amherst

Claremont -Mudd-Scripps

Case Western Reserve

Dickinson

Chicago

Emory

SUNY Cortland

SUNY Geneseo

Elizabethtown

Hope

Grove City

Johns Hopkins

Haverford

Luther

MIT

Middlebury

Nebraska Wesleyan

Rhodes

New York University

St. Lawrence

Oberlin

Wartburg

Plattsburgh State

Washington U. in St. Louis

St. Olaf

Whitworth

Whittier

Williams

Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Wisconsin-Stevens Point

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mens Individual Automatic Qualifiers

 

   

Atlantic Region

Mike

Heymann

Plattsburgh State

Peter

Kosgei

Hamilton

William

Way

Ithaca

Abad

Akhtar

Richard Stockton

Matt

Avery

College at
Brockport

Eric

Dubois

Rowan

Tom

Bocchino

The College of
New Jersey

     

Central Region

Ben

Sathre

St. Thomas

(Minnesota)

Ryan

Schroeder

Coe

Dustin

Franta

St. Johns

(Minnesota)

Tom

Sederquist

Concordia-
Moorhead

Andrew

Tobben

Cornell College

Dan

McDermott

Loras

Ryan

Edwardson

Simpson

     

Great Lakes Region

Tyler

Kreipke

Rose-Hulman

Makorobondo

Salukomb

Denison

Ty

Griffin

Mount Union

Jordan

Karnes

Heidelberg

Nathan

Love

Hope

Noah

Droddy

DePauw

Caleb

Muller

Marietta

     

Mideast Region

Garrett

Cichowitz

Grove City

Tyler

Newhook

Messiah

Bobby

Torphy

Muhlenberg

Matt

Lutcza

Moravian

Ian

Quinlan

Susquehanna

Ryan

Jackson

Salisbury

Chansler

Poole

St. Vincent

     

Midwest Region

Peter

Johnston

Wisconsin-Stout

Matt

Bowman

Augustana
(Illinois)

 

 

 

Thomas

Breitbach

Wisconsin-

Eau Claire

Tim

Nelson

Wisconsin-Stout

David

Schneekloth

Wisconsin-
Whitewater

Aron

Kehoe

Wisconsin-
Whitewater

Andy

Ashenden

Concordia

(Wisconsin)

     

New England Region

Will

Yochum

Amherst

Timothy

Pipp

Keene State

Eric

Macknight

Keene State

Devin

Dilts

Bates

Matthew

Katz

Wesleyan
(Connecticut)

Kyle

Marks

Tufts

Bryan

Marsh

Wesleyan
(Connecticut)

     

South/Southeast Region

Sean

Whitson

Virginia

Wesleyan

Jeff

Chandler

Texas-Tyler

Derick

Kosgei

Guilford

Richard

Bikko

Eastern

Mennonite

David

Kidd

Virginia
Wesleyan

Chris

Moore

Rhodes

Josiah

Renton

Shenandoah

 

 

 

           

West Region

Eric

Kleinsasser

Occidental

Jeremy

Kalmus

Redlands

Ray

Ostrander

Cal Lutheran

AJ

Licon

La Verne

Charles

Enscoe

Pomona-Pitzer

Alex

Johnson

Pomona-Pitzer

Robin

Harkins

Puget Sound

     

Womens Individual Automatic Qualifiers

 

Atlantic Region

Jena

Peacock

Rowan

Robin

England

Rutgers-Camden

Heidi

Baumbach

Ithaca

Anya

Bogdanets

DYouville

Hillary

Snyder

Rochester

Elizabeth

Forbes

Vassar

Johanna

Spangler

Vassar

     

Central Region

Catie

Ellingson

Simpson

Linda

Keller

Minnesota-Morris

Simone

Childs-

Walker

Carleton

Taylor

Berg

St. Thomas (Minnesota)

Allie

Metzler

St. Thomas (Minnesota)

Jessica

Kociscak

Hamline

Alison

Smyth

Carleton

     

Great Lakes Region

Alison

Steinbrunner

Ohio Northern

Kimberly

Chinn

Baldwin-Wallace

Heather

Waterman

Franklin

Kat

Zimmerly

Ohio Wesleyan

Mary

Pfeifer

Wittenberg

Kellee

Lemcke

Alma

Megan

Miller

Manchester

 

 

 

Mideast Region

Caitlin

Dorgan

Delaware Valley

Emily

Wobb

Carnegie Mellon

Jenn

Cronin

Lebanon Valley

Alycia

Woodruff

Susquehanna

Sheena

Crawley

Franklin & Marshall

Cortney

Baker

Carnegie Mellon

Cadee

Rockwell

Moravian

 

 

 

Midwest Region

Jenny

Scherer

St. Norbert

Amanda

Laesch

North Central

(Illinois)

Mary

Kate

Beyer

Monmouth (Illinois)

Katie

Schommer

Wisconsin Lutheran

Gina

Smith

Wisconsin-Platteville

Amanda

Whipple

St. Norbert

Aubree

Schreder

Greenville

 

New England Region

Paige

Mills

Keene State

Randelle

Boots

Wellesley

Amy

Wilfert

Tufts

Andrea

Walsh

Keene State

Carolyn

Baskir

Bowdoin

Amy

Tortorello

Colby

Emma

Linhard

Colby

 

 

 

South/Southeast Region

Rosemary

Steup

Trinity (Texas)

Jennie

Pernisi

Lynchburg

Olivia

Mills

Bridgewater

(Virginia)

Amy

Smith

Shenandoah

Maddie

Murphy

Trinity (Texas)

Bekah

Rehkamp

Centre

Krystal

Foster

Lynchburg

 

 

 

West Region

Annie

Lyndens

Pomona-Pitzer

Emily

Thomas

Lewis & Clark

Kimber

Mattox

Willamette

Illana

Livstrom

Lewis & Clark

Toccoa

Kahovec

Cal Lutheran

Kristen

Ballinger

Whitman

Theresa

Edwards

Willamette

 

 

 

                     

In 2009, the North Central College mens team captured its thirteenth championship (its first since 1999), hosted by Baldwin-Wallace College. They finished with 50 points to defeat runner-up Williams College, which finished with 181 points.

On the womens side, the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire defeated St. Lawrence University to win its first championship. Wisconsin-Eau Claire totaled 171 points to St. Lawrences 189.

Individual honors went to Wendy Pavlus of St. Lawrence who won the individual title, finishing 17 seconds ahead of Bethel Universitys (Minnesota) Marie Borner. In the mens championship, individual honors went to Ricky Flynn of Lynchburg College. Kosgei finished 23 seconds ahead of Michael Spain of North Central (Illinois).

For more information regarding the championships, log on to www.ncaa.com.