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No. 1 Adams State

Oct.12
Tiger Open
at Fort Hays State

 

At the Roy Griak Invitation on Sept. 28, Adams State placed fourth in the gold divsion. The Grizzlies' Kevin Batt placed second overall at the event. Batt was named the National Athlete of the Week by the USTFCCCA and by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Oct. 26 at
RMAC Championships

No. 2 Western State

Oct. 12
W Mountain Race
at Westerm State

 

Earned the team title at the Mountaineer Open with Vegard Olstad being the fastest male.  Oct. 26 at
RMAC Championships

No. 3 GVSU

Oct. 11
Jayhawk Invitational
at Muskegon 

 

The Lakers earned the team title in the Notre Dame Gold Race. Alan Peterson was the top Laker to finish. Oct. 20 at
GLIAC Championships

No. 4 Colorado Mines

IDLE On Sept. 28, Colorado Mines competed at the Stanford Invite and Rocky Mountain Shootout. The Ore Diggers took first at Stanford and second at the shootout.

Oct. 26
at RMAC Championships

No. 5 Chico State

Oct. 12
Triton Classic
at UC San Diego

 

Chico State was second among non-Division I schools and third overall at the Stanford Invitational on Sept. 28. Isaac Chavez led the way.  Oct. 26 at
CCAA Championships

No. 6 Augustana (S.D.)

Oct. 12
Caty's Run
at Minn. State-Mankato

 

The team placed first among Division II competition at the Chile Pepper Festival. Paul Yak led the squad and finished 11th overall. Yak also NSIC athlete of the week this week.  Oct. 26 at
NSIC Championships

No. 7 Southern Ind.

IDLE Johnnie Guy and Tyler Pence finished third and fourth, respectively, to lead Southern Indiana to a strong showing in the Gold Race at the Greater Louisville Classic last Saturday.

Oct. 19
at Evansville Invitational 

No. 8 AK-Anchorage

IDLE Dylan Anthony led the way of a team sweep at the Willamette Invitational last Saturday. The Sea Wolves placed all runners in top 20. Oct. 26
at GNAC Championship

No. 9 Edinboro

Oct. 12
Gannon / Mercyhurst Invite
at Mercyhurst

 

At the Greater Louisville Classic, there were no team scores, but Edinboro performed well. Bryan Deibel placed in 47th in a field of 269 runners. Oct. 26 at
PSAC Championships

No. 10 Mo. Southern

Oct. 12
Jackling Jocks
at Missouri S&T

 

Earned third overall at the Chile Pepper Festival. Eric Schott led the way at the event and won MIAA athlete of the week this week.  Oct. 26 at
MIAA Championships