Top Events

Oct. 7 -- No. 4 Grand Valley State Lakers at Michigan Intercollegiate Championships in Hillsdale, Mich. (DII)

Oct. 8-- No. 2 Providence Friars at New England Championships in Boston (DI)

Oct. 8 -- No. 1 Middlebury Panthers at New England Championships in Boston (DIII)

Oct. 8 -- No. 6 Alaska-Anchorage Seawolves at Western Washington Invitational in Bellingham, Wash. (DIII)

Watch Them Now
Anderson
MUP

Elicia Anderson
Millersville
Junior

Key Notes: Anderson participated in her first meet of the season after nursing a foot injury.  She did not dissapoint, finishing third at the Lock Haven Invitational.  In 2010 she became the second Millersville runner since 1999 to be named an All-American, finishing 14th at nationals.  She also finished second at the Atlantic regionals and PSAC championships.

Other Runners to Watch

Division I: Villanova's Boganda Mimic, Providence's Emily Sisson, Dartmouth's Abbey Dagostino, Loyola Marymount's Tara Erdmann, Maine's Jennifer Lucy, Utah's Amanda Megaert.

Division II: Grand Valley State's Monica Kinney, Grand Valley State's Rebecca Winchester, Alaska Anchorage's Ruth Keino, Alaska Anchorage's Miriham Kiping'eno, Augustana (S.D)'s Kristin Brondbo, Minnesota Duluth's Morgan Place.

Division III: Middlebury's Katie Rominger, Middlebury's Adelaide Tousley, Williams' Alison Smith, Wisconsin-Oshkosh's Christy Cazzola, Bowdoin's Olivia Mackenzie, Keene State's Paige Mills.

Keep Your Eyes on This

Division I: Dartmouth's Abbey Dagostino showed she belongs in the conversation of top runners after finishing fourth in last week's Paul Short Invitational. She is in action Saturday at the New England Championships in Boston.

• Division II: No. 4 Grand Valley State is the only top-five team in action after last week saw all five at work. The Lakers were impressive winning at the Notre Dame Invitational and will be running at the Michigan Intercollegiate Championships.

Division II: No. 6 Alaska Anchorage will see its first action in nearly a month at the Western Washington Invitational with its two All-Americans Ruth Keino and Miriham Kiping'eno. Last time the Seawolves raced they were a top-five team.

• Division III: No. 1 Middlebury looks to assert itself as one of the better programs in the Northeast at the New England Championships in Boston on Saturday. They will take on No. 5 Williams and No. 2 Providence (DI).