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No. 3 Wisconsin-La Crosse v. No. 10 Wisconsin-Eau Claire
No. 1 North Central (Ill.) at Illinois State Invitational
The Cardinals will take part in the Illinois State University Invitational on Friday, while also sending a contingent to the Illinois Intercollegiate Championships at Olivet Nazarene University the same day.
North Central (Ill.) took the course for the first time on Sept. 7 and affirmed the Cardinals' status as the No. 1 NCAA Division III team in the nation, rolling to a comfortable victory in the Hanover College Madison Kiwanis Invitational. The top-ranked Cardinals had all 12 competing runners finish in the top 18 places individually and won the team competition with just 19 points.
No. 2 Haverford
No. 3 Wisconsin-La Crosse at Falcons Invitational
For the first meet of the season, No. 3 Wisconsin-La Crosse will travel to Wisconsin-River Falls to partake in the state-wide Falcons Invitational.
UW-La Crosse will compete against No. 10 Wisconsin-Eau Claire in the meet.
No. 4 Washington (Mo.)
No. 6 Bates
No. 7 Cental
No. 8 Williams at McGill Invitational
No. 4 Williams will be traveling to Montreal, Quebec, for its meet this week.
The McGill Invitational will take place on Saturday at Mount Royal Park. This is the team’s first meet of the season.
Leading the Ephs this fall will be returning All-American and senior captain Chris Lee, who finished 18th at the national championship.
No. 9 Calvin at Knight Invitational
On Saturday, Calvin will host the Knight Classic.
This season, No. 9 Calvin will look to bring home the team’s 18th consecutive Great Lakes Regional title after graduating one of the most successful senior classes in the history of the program.
No. 10 Wisconsin Eau-Claire at Falcons Invitational
No. 10 Wisconsin-Eau Claire will compete in its first meet of the season on Saturday. The Falcons Invitational will be hosted be Wisconsin-River Falls.
Last Saturday, UW Eau Claire was beaten by their Alumni in an Alumni Open. At the Falcons Invitational, there will be atleast three ranked teams including No. 3 Wisconsin-La Crosse.