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2022 DI women's NCAA cross country championship | FULL RACE
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8:56 pm, December 2, 2022

🏆 Northern Arizona, NC State win DI cross country titles

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Northern Arizona and NC State won the men's and women's DI cross country championships, respectively. Here's what you may have missed.

Men's

Individual

Stanford's Charles Hicks was the first to cross the finish line in 28:43.6. Hicks took the lead over the last 2K and never looked back. Hicks set a course record with his time and became the first Cardinal runner to ever win the individual title.

Finish Athlete School Time
1 Charles Hicks Stanford 28:43.6
2 Nico Young Northern Arizona 28:44.5
3 Drew Bosley Northern Arizona 28:55.9
4 Dylan Jacobs Tennessee 28:58.0
5 Alex Maier Oklahoma State 28:58.2
6 Graham Blanks Harvard 28:58.4
7 Casey Clinger BYU 28:58.7
8 Isai Rodriguez Oklahoma State 28:59.9
9 Parker Wolfe North Carolina 29.00.4
10 Ky Robinson Stanford 29.07.4

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Team

Northern Arizona won the DI men's cross county team title, finishing with 83 points. The Lumberjacks won a tiebreaker over Oklahoma State 3-2.

It's the first time in DI men's cross country history that a tiebreaker determined the national champion. The only other tie came in 1942, before a tiebreaker was established.

Northern Arizona has now three-peated, winning three titles from 2020-2022. It the second three-peat for the Lumberjacks, who three-peated from 2016-2018. Northern Arizona has won six titles in the last seven years. The only other school to achieve the feat was UTEP from 1975-1981.

Place Team Finishers Top Runner
1 Northern Arizona 2-3-18-24-36 Charles Hicks
2 Oklahoma State 5-8-11-29-30 Alex Maier
3 BYU 7-20-28-33-44 Casey Clinger
4 Stanford 1-10-48-67-69 Charles Hicks
5 Wake Forest 19-21-25-53-86 Zach Facioni
6 Wisconsin 15-32-42-51-72 Jackson Sharp
7 Air Force 27-46-54-66-71 Ryan Johnson
8 Colorado 34-40-64-65-78 Bob Liking
9 Tulsa 14-22-41-58-169 Cormac Dalton
10 North Carolina 9-59-68-91-96 Parker Wolfe

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Women's

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Individual

NC State's Katelyn Tuohy was the first to cross the finish line in 19:27.7. Tuohy used a final kick to surpass Florida's Parker Valby over the final 1K and secure the win.

Finish Athlete School Time
1 Katelyn Tuohy NC State 19:27.7
2 Parker Valby Florida 19:30.9
3 Kelsey Chmiel NC State 19:37.1
4 Elise Stearns Northern Arizona 19:43.9
5 Bailey Hertenstein Colorado 19:45.1
6 Hilda Olemomoi Alabama 19:45.6
7 Natalie Cook Oklahoma State 19:46.3
8 Olivia Markezich Notre Dame 19:46.4
9 Amariz Tyynismaa Alabama 19:48.4
10 Addie Engel Ohio State 19:50.4

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Team

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NC State won the 2022 DI women's cross country team title, finishing with 114 points. The win gives the Wolfpack back-to-back titles, becoming the first back-to-back DI women's champion since 2009-2010.

NC State also is the first program since Colorado in 2018 to win both the individual and team title.

Place Team Finishers Top Runner
1 NC State 1-2-13-24-74 Katelyn Tuohy
2 New Mexico 20-23-31-32-34 Amelia Mazza-Downie
3 Alabama 5-8-12-14-127 Hilda Olemomoi
4 Oklahoma State 6-11-47-62-75 Natalie Cook
5 North Carolina 15-35-50-54-88 Kelsey Harrington
6 Northern Arizona 3-40-55-78-81 Elise Stearns
7 Notre Dame 7-45-56-69-84 Olivia Markezich
8 BYU 27-29-58-59-90 Aubrey Frentheway
9 Virginia 37-39-46-53-93 Mia Barnett
10 Georgetown 19-33-48-72-99 Maggie Donahue

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8:55 pm, December 2, 2022

🏆 Colorado School of Mines, Adams State win DII cross country titles

Dillon Powell

Colorado School of Mines and Adams State won the men's and women's DII cross country championships, respectively. Here's what you may have missed.

Men's

Team

Colorado School of Mines won the men's DII cross country title. The Orediggers finished with 43 points, 133 points more than Wingate in second place. It's the first championship for the Orediggers since 2019.

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Individual

Colorado School of Mines' Dillon Powell won the men's DII individual cross country championship in 29:28.0. Grand Valley State's Tanner Chada finished second for the second straight year.

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Women's

Team

Adams State

Adams State won the women's DII cross country title. The Grizzlies finished with 75 points, 51 points more than Grand Valley State in second place.

Adams State has won three straight championships, marking the fifth time the feat has been achieved in DII women's cross country history. Adams State has won five of the last seven championships and 22 titles total, the most in DII women's cross country.

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Individual

Adams State's Stephanie Cotter won the women's DII individual cross country championship in 19:45.2. Cotter becomes the ninth women to win the DII championship twice, previously winning in 2019. Winona State's Lindsay Cunningham finished second.

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8:54 pm, December 2, 2022

🏆 MIT, Johns Hopkins win DIII cross country titles

MIT and Johns Hopkins won the men's and women's DIII cross country championships, respectively. Here's what you may have missed.

Women's

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Johns Hopkins won the women's DIII cross country title. The Blue Jays finished with 144 points, three less than second place. With the win, Johns Hopkins has back-to-back titles

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Individually, Loras' Kassie Parker finished first in 21:06.5. Parker won by 43.1 seconds for her second-consecutive cross country individual title.

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2022 DIII men's cross country championship: full replay

Men's

MIT won the men's DIII cross country title. The Engineers finished with 82 points, three less than second place. With the win, Johns Hopkins has won back-to-back titles

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Individually, John Carroll's Alex Phillip won in 24:37.6. Phillip repeats as national champion.

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2022 DIII women's cross country championship: full replay
7:32 pm, December 2, 2022

🏆 Adams State and Stephanie Cotter wins the DII women's title

Stephanie Cotter

Adams State won the women's DII cross country title. The Grizzlies finished with 75 points, 51 points more than Grand Valley State in second place.

Adams State has won three straight championships, marking the fifth time the feat has been achieved in DII women's cross country history. Adams State has won five of the last seven championships and 22 titles total, the most in DII women's cross country.

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Adams State's Stephanie Cotter won the women's DII individual cross country championship in 19:45.2. Cotter becomes the ninth women to win the DII championship twice, previously winning in 2019. Winona State's Lindsay Cunningham finished second.

Indi

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7:15 pm, December 2, 2022

2 Mile update

Adams State's Stephanie Cotter leads the pack at the 2 Mile marker. The Grizzlies also lead the team race at this point in the race.

standings
6:22 pm, December 2, 2022

🏆 Colorado School of Mines' and Dillon Powell win the DII men's title

Dillon Powell

Colorado School of Mines won the men's DII cross country title. The Orediggers finished with 43 points, 133 points more than Wingate in second place. It's the first championship for the Orediggers since 2019.

team

Colorado School of Mines' Dillon Powell won the men's DII individual cross country championship in 29:28.0. Grand Valley State's Tanner Chada finished second for the second straight year.

Indi

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6:10 pm, December 2, 2022

4 Mile update

Colorado School of Mines' Dillon Powell leads the pack at the 4 Mile marker. The Orediggers also lead the team race at this point in the race.

standings
2:45 pm, December 2, 2022

The 2022 DII cross country championships are TODAY: Schedule, how to watch

Colorado School of Mines men's cross country

The 2022 Division II men’s and women’s cross country championship races are today, Friday, Dec. 2. Seattle Pacific University will host the championships at Chambers Creek Regional Park in University Place, Wash.

The men's race will begin at 1 p.m. ET, followed by the women's race at 2:15 p.m. ET. Both races will be airing live on NCAA.com. We'll also be providing live coverage here on NCAA.com.

DII cross country championship schedule

Men's race

  • 1 p.m. ET

Women's race

  • 2:15 p.m. ET

How to watch the DII cross country championships

  • When: 1 p.m. ET Friday, Dec. 2
  • Where: Chambers Creek Regional Park | University Place, Wash. 
  • Stream: NCAA.com
  • Live Timing: Click here

👀: Click or tap here for the every DII XC team and individual qualifier

8:56 pm, November 21, 2022

DII men's and women's cross country championship qualifiers announced

DII XC

The NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Committee has announced the participants for the 2022 NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships.

Thirty-four teams were selected to participate in each championship. The top three, seven-person teams automatically qualified from each of the eight regions, for a total of 24 teams. Ten additional teams were selected at-large. A minimum of 24 additional individuals were selected to participate in each championship through an automatic qualifier and at-large selection process.

👀: Click or tap here for the every DII XC team and individual qualifier

The championships will be held Dec. 2 at Chambers Creek Regional Park in University Place, WA. Seattle Pacific University will serve as the host. The men’s race will begin at 1:00 p.m. Eastern, followed by the women’s race at 2:15 p.m. Eastern. 

A live webstream of the championships will occur on www.NCAA.com from 1:00 p.m. Eastern until the conclusion of the awards ceremony.  You'll be able to find live results from the championships by clicking or tapping here.

1:53 pm, November 21, 2022

DII men's and women's cross country selections are today!

NCAA DII cross country

The 2022 DII men's and women's cross country selections will be released today at 5 p.m. ET.

34 teams per gender will be selected for the championships. 24 on each side will automatically qualify (three per region, from regional championships) while the remaining 10 for each of the men's and women's championships will be picked at large.

When: Monday, November 21 at 5 p.m. ET

Where: NCAA.com

The championship race will be at Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington on Friday, Dec. 2. It will be streamed live on NCAA.com beginning at 1 p.m. ET for the men's race and 2:15 p.m. ET for the women's race. 

5:42 pm, November 19, 2022

🏆 MIT wins the DIII men's title

MIT won the men's DIII cross country title. The Engineers finished with 82 points., three less than second place. With the win, Johns Hopkins has won back-to-back titles

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Click or tap here for the complete results from the race.

Individually, John Carroll's Alex Phillip won in 24:37.6. Phillip repeats as national champion.

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4:45 pm, November 19, 2022

🏆 Northern Arizona three-peats wins DI men's team title

Northern Arizona

Northern Arizona won the DI men's cross county team title, finishing with 83 points. The Lumberjacks won a tiebreaker over Oklahoma State 3-2.

It's the first time in DI men's cross country history that a tiebreaker determined the national champion. The only other tie came in 1942, before a tiebreaker was established.

Northern Arizona has now three-peated, winning three titles from 2020-2022. It the second three-peat for the Lumberjacks, who three-peated from 2016-2018. Northern Arizona has won six titles in the last seven years. The only other school to achieve the feat was UTEP from 1975-1981.

Place Team Finishers Top Runner
1 Northern Arizona 2-3-18-24-36 Charles Hicks
2 Oklahoma State 5-8-11-29-30 Alex Maier
3 BYU 7-20-28-33-44 Casey Clinger
4 Stanford 1-10-48-67-69 Charles Hicks
5 Wake Forest 19-21-25-53-86 Zach Facioni
6 Wisconsin 15-32-42-51-72 Jackson Sharp
7 Air Force 27-46-54-66-71 Ryan Johnson
8 Colorado 34-40-64-65-78 Bob Liking
9 Tulsa 14-22-41-58-169 Cormac Dalton
10 North Carolina 9-59-68-91-96 Parker Wolfe

Click or tap here for the complete results from the race.