SCHOOL DATE / MEET PREVIOUS PERFORMANCE BACK IN ACTION

No. 1 GVSU

Oct.11
Jayhawk Invitational
at Muskegon

 

In the Notre Dame Gold Race, the Lakers finished second among DI competition. Jessica Janecke led the way finishing fifth overall.  Oct. 20 at
GLIAC Championships

No. 2 Adams State

Oct. 12
Tiger Open
at Fort Hays State

 

The Grizzlies finished 11th in the Gold Division of the Roy Griak Invite on Sept. 28. In the race there were only two DII teams amongst DI runners. Oct. 26 at
RMAC Championships

T3 Augustana (S.D.)

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

 

With Runa Falch leading the way, Augustana was the top DII finisher at the Chile Pepper Festival. This week, Falch earned her third NSIC Athlete of the Week honor. Oct. 26 at
NSIC Championships

T3 Western State

Oct. 12
W Mountain Race
at Western State
Western State took home a team title at the 2013 Mountaineer Open. The team placed in six of the first seven spots.

TBD

No. 5 AK-Anchorage

IDLE

 

The Sea Wolves stay undefeated on the season with a team sweep at the Willamette Invitational. Newcomer Joyce Kipchumba led UAA with a runner-up performance. Oct. 26 at
GNAC Championship

No. 6 Chico State

Oct. 12
Triton Classic
at UC San Diego

 

Chico State won the non-Division I portion of the Stanford Invitational on Sept. 28, beating Simon Fraser. Oct. 26 at
CCCA Championships

No. 7 Simon Fraser

Oct. 12.
Western Wash. Invite
at Western Washington

At the Stanford Invitational, Simon Fraser earned second, behind Chico State. Senior captain Lindsey Butterworth led the Clan, placing 35th overall. 

Oct. 26 at
GNAC Championships

No. 8 Metro State

IDLE Metro State won its second consecutive meet at its own meet, the Metro State Invite. Janelle Lincks earned the individual victory. Oct. 26
at RMAC Championship

No. 9 Edinboro

Oct. 12
Gannon / Mercyhurst Invite
at Mercyhurst

 

Sarah Krolick placed 16th in a field of 288 runners to lead the Fighting Scots to a strong showing at the Greater Louisville Classic. Oct. 26 at
PSAC Championships

No. 10 Colorado-Colorado Springs

IDLE

 

Colorado-Colorado Springs finished second behind Metro State at the Metro State Invitational. Angie Martell led the pack.  Oct. 26 at
RMAC Championships