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North Carolina State women, Northern Arizona men win 2021 NCAA DI cross country championships

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BYU's Whittni Orton wins the 2021 women's cross country championship | FULL RACE
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North Carolina State women, Northern Arizona men win 2021 NCAA DI cross country championships

BYU's Conner Mantz wins the 2021 men's cross country championship | FULL RACE

2021 DI women's cross country team and individual champions, full results

The North Carolina State women's cross country team made history on Saturday morning, claiming the program's first women's NCAA national championship.

The Wolfpack placed four runners in the top-25 finishers -- Kelsey Chmiel (6), Katelyn Tuohy (15), Alexandra Hays (22), and Hannah Steelman (24) -- and their winning score was 84, nearly 40 points better than runner-up BYU. Check out the top-12 team finishers:

di women's cross country team final finishers 2021

BYU senior Whittni Orton is the individual winner of the DI women's cross country final.

She finished the 6K in 19:25.4, nearly four seconds faster than the second-place finisher, Mercy Chelangat from Alabama. Ceili McCabe came in third. These are the top-9 individual finishers:

womens individual cross country 2021 finishers final

View complete results, times, splits, and scores here.

2021 DI men's cross country team and individual champions, full results

Once again, the DI men's cross country championship is heading to Northern Arizona.

The Lumberjacks put up an impressive display in the 10K final on Saturday morning, scoring a 92. NAU was the only team in the field to break 100, and it beat second-place Iowa State by 45 points.

Three of Northern Arizona's runners finished in the top 13. NAU has won the national title in back-to-back seasons and in five of the last six seasons. Here are the top-12 team finishes:

2021 di men's cross country team final 10 finishers

A BYU runner also won the men's individual race. Junior Conner Mantz pulled away from the pack to win the men's 10K.

Mantz and several other runners were tightly packed halfway through the race, but Mantz turned it on late and crossed the finish line all by himself. His winning time was 28:33.1. He won by more than five seconds.

Iowa State's Wesley Kiptoo and Campbell's Athanas Kioko finished second and third, respectively. Here are the rest of the top-9 individual runners:

2021 men's cross country individual finishers final

View complete results, times, splits, and team finishes here.

4:52 pm, November 20, 2021

Northern Arizona men repeat as DI cross country champions, claim fifth title in six seasons

Once again, the DI men's cross country championship is heading to Northern Arizona.

The Lumberjacks put up an impressive display in the 10K final on Saturday morning, scoring a 92. NAU was the only team in the field to break 100, and it beat second-place Iowa State by 45 points.

Three of Northern Arizona's runners finished in the top 13. NAU has won the national title in back-to-back seasons and in five of the last six seasons,

northern Arizona national champions cross country 2021 team men's

View complete results, times, splits, and team finishes here. And stay tuned to this page for more updates on the races today.

4:47 pm, November 20, 2021

BYU junior Conner Mantz wins men's 10K

Conner Mantz pulled away from the pack to win the men's 10K at the 2021 DI cross country finals on Saturday morning.

Mantz and several other runners were tightly packed halfway through the race, but Mantz turned it on late and crossed the finish line all by himself. His winning time was 28:33.1. He won by more than five seconds.

View the full results, times, splits, and scores, here. And stay tuned to this page for more updates.

4:28 pm, November 20, 2021

BYU's Conner Mantz leads halfway through men's 10K

Conner Mantz from BYU is the leader at the halfway point of the 2021 DI men's cross country final.

But he is by no means alone at the front. The top eight runners were separated by less than one second at the 5000-meter mark. Take a look:

2021 di men's cross country halfway splits

Click or tap here for real-time splits, times, scoring, and results. And stay tuned to this page for more race updates and results.

4:08 pm, November 20, 2021

DI men's cross country final underway

The final race of the 2021 DI men's cross country season has begun.

The men are running the 10K at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, Fla.

Stay tuned to this page for live results and updates. And for real-time results, times, and finishers, click or tap here.

3:47 pm, November 20, 2021

North Carolina State wins first NCAA women's cross country championship in program history

The North Carolina State women's cross country team made history on Saturday morning, claiming the program's first women's NCAA national championship.

The Wolfpack placed four runners in the top-25 finishers, and their winning score was 84, nearly 40 points better than runner-up BYU.

View the complete team results, scoring, and times here. Stay tuned to this page for more updates.

3:43 pm, November 20, 2021

BYU senior Whittni Orton wins women's 6K

BYU's Whittni Orton is the winner of the DI women's cross country final.

She finished the 6K in 19:25.4, nearly four seconds faster than the second-place finisher, Mercy Chelangat from Alabama.

Go here for real-time updates, times, splits, scoring, and results.

Stay tuned for this page for more updates on the race.

3:36 pm, November 20, 2021

Florida's Parker Valby leads halfway through women's final

Parker Valby from Florida leads the pack at the halfway point of the DI women's cross country championship. She ran the first 3,000 meters in 9:53.6 seconds.

West Virginia's Ceili McCabe and BYU's Whittni Orton are in second and third at the halfway mark, respectively.

View real-time splits, times, results, and more here. Stay tuned to this page for more updates.

3:16 pm, November 20, 2021

DI women's cross country final underway

The final race of the 2021 DI women's cross country season has begun.

The women are running the 6K at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, Fla.

Stay tuned to this page for live results and updates. And for real-time results, times, and finishers, click or tap here.

1:30 pm, November 20, 2021

DI men's and women's cross country finals ready to run Saturday morning

The 2021 DI cross country championship will take place on Nov. 20.

It's race day at the 2021 Division I men's and women's cross country championship. The NCAA Finals are on Saturday, Nov. 20 at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, Florida, hosted by Florida State University.

The women's race will start things off later this morning at 10:20 a.m. ET, and the men will follow shortly after, at 11:10 a.m. ET. The women will be running the 6K, and the men will run the 10K.

The Northern Arizona men and BYU women are defending champions and headline the full field of teams running in the finals.

You can view the full field for this year's DI cross country championship here. 

Information to know for 2021 DI men's and women's cross country championship: 

  • Where: Apalachee Regional Park, Tallahassee, Florida
  • When: Today, Saturday, Nov. 20
  • Time: Women's - 10:20 a.m. ET, Men's - 11:10 a.m. ET
  • Watch: ESPN U and ESPN App at 10 a.m. ET

Click or tap here to buy tickets to this year's cross country championship.

5:45 pm, November 19, 2021

DI men's and women's cross country finals set for Saturday, Nov. 20

The 2021 DI cross country championship will take place on Nov. 20.

The 2021 Division I men's and women's cross country championship is less than 24 hours away. The NCAA Finals will take place on Saturday, Nov. 20 at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, Florida, hosted by Florida State University.

The women's race will start at 10:20 a.m. ET, and the men will begin shortly after, at 11:10 a.m. ET. The women will be running the 6K, and the men will run the 10K.

The Northern Arizona men and BYU women are defending champions and headline the full field of teams running in the finals.

You can view the full field for this year's DI cross country championship here. 

Information to know for 2021 DI men's and women's cross country championship: 

  • Where: Apalachee Regional Park, Tallahassee, Florida
  • When: Saturday, Nov. 20
  • Time: Women's - 10:20 a.m. ET, Men's - 11:10 a.m. ET
  • Watch: ESPN U and ESPN App at 10 a.m. ET

Click or tap here to buy tickets to this year's cross country championship.

10:00 pm, November 13, 2021

2021 DI men's and women's cross country championship field revealed

The 2021 DI cross country championship will take place on Nov. 20.

The 2021 Division I men's and women's cross country championship qualifiers have been announced. Watch the entire selection show here.

The championship will take place on Nov. 20 at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, Florida. The women's race will start at 10:20 a.m. ET, while the men's will begin shortly after at 11:10 a.m. ET. 

You can view the full field for this year's DI cross country championship here. 

Information to know for 2021 DI men's and women's cross country championship: 

  • Where: Apalachee Regional Park, Tallahassee, Florida
  • When: Saturday, Nov. 20
  • Time: Women's - 10:20 a.m. ET, men's - 11:10 a.m. ET
  • Watch: ESPN U and ESPN App at 10 a.m. ET

Click or tap here to buy tickets to this year's cross country championship.

10:12 pm, November 12, 2021

All results from cross country regionals Friday, how to watch Saturday selection show

Stanford Athletics Stanford women regional winner cross country

There were nine regionals across the country on Friday, Nov. 12 as part of the 2021 DI cross country championships. The top two finishing teams on the men's and women's sides would earn automatic qualification to the NCAA Finals, to be held Saturday, Nov. 20 in Tallahassee, Fla.

Here are the first-place teams and runners-up from every regional today, men and women.

South

Women

  • First: Ole Miss
  • Second: Florida State

Men

  • First: Ole Miss
  • Second: Alabama

Southeast

Women

  • First: North Carolina State
  • Second: North Carolina

Men

  • First: Wake Forest
  • Second: Furman

South Central

Women

  • First: Arkansas
  • Second: Rice

Men

  • First: Texas
  • Second: Arkansas

Northeast

Women

  • First: Harvard
  • Second: Syracuse

Men

  • First: Syracuse
  • Second: Harvard

Mid-Atlantic

Women

  • First: Georgetown
  • Second: West Virginia

Men

  • First: Princeton
  • Second: Georgetown

Great Lakes

Women

  • First: Notre Dame
  • Second: Wisconsin

Men

  • First: Notre Dame
  • Second: Wisconsin

Midwest

Women

  • First: Minnesota
  • Second: Oklahoma State

Men

  • First: Oklahoma State
  • Second: Iowa State

West

Women

  • First: Stanford
  • Second: Washington

Men

  • First: Stanford
  • Second: Washington

Mountain

Women

  • First: New Mexico
  • Second: Colorado

Men

  • First: BYU
  • Second: Northern Arizona

Click or tap here for the complete results from every race at every regional today, including individual and team finishes. You can also scroll down this page or click the timeline to the left to see the top-2 individual finishers from the women's 6K and men's 10K at each site today.

2021 DI Cross Country Selection Show

When: Saturday, Nov. 13 at 5 p.m. ET

How to watch: Live on NCAA.com

What: NCAA will announce individual and team participants, men and women, for the 2021 finals in Tallahassee. The field will be made up of the above automatic-qualifying teams as well as at-large selections.

9:29 pm, November 12, 2021

Mountain results: BYU men stun top seed, New Mexico women win

The ninth and final regional of the day brought plenty of drama in Provo, Utah. The No. 8 BYU Cougars shocked top-seeded Northern Arizona to win the men's title. New Mexico secured the victory on the women's side, with Colorado finishing second.

All four of those teams will advance to the finals of the 2021 NCAA DI cross country championships. Northern Arizona is the defending men's champion and has won the title in four of the last five seasons. The year it didn't win was 2019, when it finished as runner-up to, yes, BYU.

BYU's Conner Mantz won the extremely tight 10K race over Northern Arizona's Nico Young, edging him at the finish line by 1.2 seconds.

Here's the top 5 for women's:

mountain region results team women cross country

Here's the top 5 for men's:

mountain region results team men cross country

As for the individuals, let's take a look at the winner and runner-up in each race: 

Men's 10K: 

  1. Conner Mantz (BYU) 29:39.6
  2. Nico Young (Northern Arizona) 29:40.8

Women's 6K: 

  1. Taryn O'Neill (Northern Arizona) 20:17.9
  2. Tierney Wolfgram (Nevada) 20:20.4

Click or tap here for the complete results from both races.

9:12 pm, November 12, 2021

West results: Stanford sweeps men's and women's team titles

The West regional of the 2021 DI cross country championship was all about Stanford. The Cardinal men and women each won the team title and earned automatic qualification to the NCAA finals.

The women's winning score was 42, and the men's was 61. Stanford's Julia Heymach won a thrilling women's race by 5 tenths of a second.

Washington finished as runner-up in both events to grab the other automatic qualifying spot. The Huskies men's team came up only five points shy of catching Stanford.

Here's the top 5 for women's:

west regional women team cross country results

Here's the top 5 for men's:

west regional men team cross country results

As for the individuals, let's take a look at the winner and runner-up in each race: 

Men's 10K: 

  1. Kieran Lumb (Washington) 29:28.5
  2. Charles Hicks (Stanford) 29:29.5

Women's 6K: 

  1. Julia Heymach (Stanford) 20:01.1
  2. Ruby Smee (San Francisco) 20:01.6

Click or tap here for the complete results from both races.

8:42 pm, November 12, 2021

Midwest results: Both Oklahoma St. teams qualify, Minnesota women win

Oklahoma State will have both of its cross country teams in the field of the NCAA finals after its men's team won its event and the women placed second in theirs. The Cowboys scored 43 to win the men's title over Iowa State, which will also automatically qualify for the finals.

On the women's side, Minnesota rolled to the top spot with a score of 45, besting the second-place Cowgirls by 30 points.

Here's the top 5 for women's:

cross country midwest regional women team

Here's the top 5 for men's:

cross country midwest regional men team

As for the individuals, let's take a look at the winner and runner-up in each race: 

Men's 10K: 

  1. Wesley Kiptoo (Iowa State) 30:17.9
  2. Jonathan Davis (Illinois) 30:21.7

Women's 6K: 

  1. Cailie Logue (Iowa State) 20:45.1
  2. Taylor Roe (Oklahoma State) 20:46.3

Click or tap here for the complete results from both races.

8:22 pm, November 12, 2021

Great Lakes results: Notre Dame men and women sweep team titles

The Fighting Irish were the dominating Irish at the Great Lakes regional on Friday, as its men's and women's teams both won their events to advance to the finals of the 2021 DI cross country championships.

The Notre Dame men won with a score of 37, and the women won with 56. Wisconsin finished second in both men's and women's and will also advance to the NCAA finals. In fact, the team results were the exact same for the top-5 places of both events.

Here's the top 5 for women's:

Great Lakes women's team regional results

Here's the top 5 for men's:

Great Lakes men's team regional results

As for the individuals, let's take a look at the winner and runner-up in each race: 

Men's 10K: 

  1. Simon Bedard (Butler) 29:50.0
  2. Barry Keane (Butler) 29:51.5

Women's 6K: 

  1. Maddy Denner (Notre Dame) 19:55.8
  2. Olivia Markezich (Notre Dame) 19:57.7

Click or tap here for the complete results from both races.

8:04 pm, November 12, 2021

Mid-Atlantic results: Georgetown women, Princeton men win regionals

The Georgetown women's cross country team won the Mid-Atlantic regional on Friday, and the Hoyas' men's team finished second, so both will qualify for the finals of the 2021 NCAA DI cross country championships.

Princeton grabbed the victory on the men's side with a score of 40, while Georgetown's winning score on the women's side was 43.

Here's the top 5 for women's:

mid Atlantic cross country regional results women team

Here's the top 5 for men's:

mid Atlantic cross country regional results men team

As for the individuals, let's take a look at the winner and runner-up in each race: 

Men's 10K: 

  1. Parker Stokes (Georgetown) 30:10.5
  2. Haftu Strintzos (Villanova) 30:13.1

Women's 6K: 

  1. Ceili McCabe (West Virginia) 20:05.7
  2. Sami Corman (Georgetown) 20:16.6

Click or tap here for the full results of both races.

7:11 pm, November 12, 2021

Northeast results: Harvard and Syracuse sweep top-2 finishes for men and women

The Northeast regional of the 2021 DI cross country championships was all about Harvard and Syracuse. The Crimson won the women's event with a score of 71 and finished second in the men's event. The Orange won the men's event with a score of 51 and finished second in the women's event.

Both programs will automatically qualify for the NCAA finals.

Here's the top 5 for women's:

women's northeast regional results team

Here's the top 5 for men's:

mens regional northeast results team

As for the individuals, let's take a look at the winner and runner-up in each race: 

Men's 10K: 

  1. Ehab El-Sandali (Iona) 30:03
  2. Graham Blanks (Harvard) 30:04

Women's 6K: 

  1. Amanda Vestri (Syracuse) 20:05
  2. Kayley Delay (Yale) 20:28

Click or tap here for complete results from both races.

6:09 pm, November 12, 2021

South Central results: Both Arkansas teams qualify, Texas men win

The Arkansas Razorbacks finished 1-2 in the South Central regional of the 2021 DI cross country championships. That is, Arkansas's women's team won its event, and the men finished second, meaning both have secured their spots in the NCAA field.

The Texas men's team won its event with 35 points. The Arkansas women's winning score was 27.

Here's the top 5 for women's:

south central regionals results team

Here's the top 5 for men's:

south central regionals mens results team

As for the individuals, let's take a look at the winner and runner-up in each race: 

Men's 10K: 

  1. Haftu Knight (Texas) 30:10.4
  2. Kwanele Mthembu (Texas State) 30:11.1

Women's 6K: 

  1. Grace Forbes (Rice) 19:59.3
  2. Isabel Van Camp (Arkansas) 20:15.4

Click or tap here for the complete results of both races.

5:41 pm, November 12, 2021

Southeast results: NC State women, Wake Forest men win titles

A pair of ACC programs won the Southeast regional ahead of the 2021 DI cross country championships. North Carolina State's women's team, and Wake Forest's men's team took the top spots in the races that took place in Lexington, Ky.

No.1 NC State scored a 34 to win, while Wake Forest scored 47. Both receive automatic qualification to the NCAA finals, as do second-place finishers North Carolina (women) and Furman (men).

Here's the top 5 for women's: 

Women's southeast regional top five teams

And here's the top 5 for men's: 

mens southeast results team

As for the individuals, let's take a look at the winner and runner-up in each race: 

Men's 10K: 

  1. Athanas Kioko (Campbell) 28:58.1
  2. Aaron Las Heras (Wake Forest) 29:17.9

Women's 6K: 

  1. Kelsey Chmiel (NC State) 19:58.4
  2. Katelyn Tuohy (NC State) 20:06.2

Click here for the full results from both races

4:43 pm, November 12, 2021

South results: Ole Miss sweeps team titles for both men's and women's

In the South regional, Ole Miss had a day to remember. 

The Rebels put up a score of 69 and an average time of 20:13 in the 6K to win the women's team title. On the men's side, they scored a 68 with an average time of 29:57 in the 10K. 

Here's the top 5 for women's: 

Here are the top 5 women's teams from the South regional.

And here's the top 5 for men's: 

Here are the top 5 men's team from the South regional.

As for the individuals, let's take a look at the winner and runner-up in each race: 

Men's 10K: 

  1. Adrian Wildschutt (Florida State) 29:07 
  2. Ahmed Muhumed (Florida State) 29:20

Women's 6K: 

  1. Mercy Chelangat (Alabama) 19:34 
  2. Parker Valby (Florida) 19:41 

Click here for the full results from both races. 

2:07 pm, November 12, 2021

Regionals happening now: Here's the schedule and how selections will work

DI cross country regional action begins today

Here is the full schedule of regionals today. These will take place across multiple sites today (all times Eastern);

  • South: North Alabama | 9:30 a.m.: Women's 6K | 10:30 a.m.: Men's 10K | Live results
  • Northeast: UMass Lowell | 11 a.m.: Women's 6K | Noon: Men's 10K | Live results
  • South Central: Baylor | 11 a.m.: Women's 6K | Noon: Men's 10K | Live results
  • Southeast: Kentucky | 11 a.m.: Women's 6K | Noon: Men's 10K | Live results
  • Great Lakes: Evansville | Noon : Women's 6K | 1 p.m.: Men's 10K | Live results
  • Mid-Atlantic: Lehigh | Noon: Women's 6K | 1 p.m.: Men's 10K | Live results
  • Midwest: Iowa | Noon: Women's 6K | 1 p.m.: Men's 10K | Live results
  • Mountain: BYU | 1 p.m.: Women's 6K | 2 p.m.: Men's 10K | Live results
  • West: Sacramento | 1 p.m.: Women's 6K | 2 p.m.: Men's 10K | Live results

Now let's take a look at how teams and individuals will be selected for the DI Cross Country Championships at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, Florida. 

Here's how automatic qualifications are received 

TEAMS 

The top two teams at each regional championships meet automatically qualify for the championships meet. 

INDIVIDUALS 

From each NCAA regional meet, the first four student-athletes, not on a qualifying team, to finish will be automatic qualifiers to the NCAA championships meet. All individual automatic qualifiers must finish in the top 25 within their region. 

The committee will determine at-large berths by examining the following selection criteria in order: 

  1. Regional finish 
  2. Wins (points) against teams already in the championship 
  3. Head-to-head competition between teams under consideration 
  4. Records pf the teams under consideration against common opponents 
  5. Top individuals on the team under consideration 

With everything considered, that's 18 teams automatically qualifying for the championship races plus 13 at-large teams, which are selected by the NCAA DI Cross Country Subcommittee. That brings the total number of teams to 31. 

As for the individuals, 36 will automatically qualify for the championship races by being one of the top four regional finishers not on an advancing team. Then the committee will select two additional individuals for at-large bids. That brings the total number of individuals to 38 per gender. 

Click here for the official NCAA DI cross country manual that details everything you need to know about qualifications and the championships as a whole

7:39 pm, November 10, 2021

Regional schedule, important dates for the 2021 DI cross country championships

After taking place in the spring of 2021 due to COVID-19 postponements, the DI men's and women's cross country championships are back in the fall of this year. Here are the important dates and times for the culmination of the men's and women's seasons.

  • Nov. 12: Regionals
    • These will take place across multiple sites this Friday (all times Eastern)
    • Great Lakes: Evansville | Noon : Women's 6K | 1 p.m.: Men's 10K
    • Mid-Atlantic: Lehigh | Noon: Women's 6K | 1 p.m.: Men's 10K
    • Midwest: Iowa | Noon: Women's 6K | 1 p.m.: Men's 10K
    • Mountain: BYU | 1 p.m.: Women's 6K | 2 p.m.: Men's 10K
    • Northeast: UMass Lowell | 11 a.m.: Women's 6K | Noon: Men's 10K
    • South Central: Baylor | 11 a.m.: Women's 6K | Noon: Men's 10K
    • South: North Alabama | 9:30 a.m.: Women's 6K | 10:30 a.m.: Men's 10K
    • Southeast: Kentucky | 11 a.m.: Women's 6K | Noon: Men's 10K
    • West: Sacramento | 1 p.m.: Women's 6K | 2 p.m.: Men's 10K
  • Nov. 13: Selection show announcing individual and team participants
    • Watch live on NCAA.com at 5 p.m. ET
  • Nov. 20: DI Cross Country Championships at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, Florida (Hosted by Florida State)
    • 10:20 a.m. ET: Women's Final
    • 11:10 a.m. ET: Men's Final
7:29 pm, November 10, 2021

How to watch the 2021 DI cross country selection show

The 2021 DI men's and women's cross country selection show is Saturday, Nov. 13 at 5 p.m. ET. You can watch it right here on NCAA.com. We'll have the official team and individual participants shortly after.

When: 5 p.m. ET on Saturday, Nov. 13

Where: Live on NCAA.com

Teams and individual runners will be selected via automatic qualifying or at-large bids.

Nine regionals took place on Friday around the country, with the teams that finished in the top two, men and women, receiving automatic bids to the NCAA finals. Check out the image below for the list of regional winners and runners-up that earned those auto-bids:

NCAA 2021 cross country automatic qualifiers men women

The 2021 NCAA DI cross country championships will take place Saturday, Nov. 20, one week after the selection show, at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, Florida, where Florida State will serve as host.

7:14 pm, November 10, 2021

DI cross country championship history

After postponements due to COVID-19, the BYU women and Northern Arizona men won cross country national championships during the spring of 2021. You can scroll through last spring's championship recap here.

The Cougars were dominant near the turn of the millennium, winning titles in 1997, 1999, 2001 and 2002 but had not triumphed since before last season, including a pair of runner-up finishes.

For Northern Arizona, the Lumberjacks have built quite a dynasty, winning four men's titles in five seasons, including a three-peat from 2016-18. The only time in that span they haven't won the national championship, they finished second.

Women's DI cross country championship history:

Year Champion Coach Points Runner-Up Points Site
2020 BYU Diljeet Taylor 96 NC State 161 Stillwater, Okla.
2019 Arkansas Lance Harter 96 BYU 102 Terre Haute, Ind.
2018 Colorado Mark Wetmore 65 New Mexico  103 Madison, Wis.
2017 New Mexico Joe Franklin 90 San Francisco 105 Louisville, Ky.
2016 Oregon Robert Johnson 125 Michigan 126 Terre Haute, Ind.
2015 New Mexico Joe Franklin 49 Colorado 129 Louisville, Ky.
2014 Michigan State Walt Drenth 85 Iowa State 147 Terre Haute, Ind.
2013 Providence Ray Treacy 141 Arizona 197 Indiana State
2012 Oregon Robert Johnson 114 Providence 183 Louisville, Ky.
2011 Georgetown Chris Miltenburg 162 Washington 170 Indiana State
2010 Villanova Gina Procaccio 120 Florida State 154 Indiana State
2009 Villanova Gina Procaccio 86 Florida State 133 Indiana State
2008 Washington Greg Metcalf 79 Oregon 131 Indiana State
2007 Stanford Peter Tegen 145 Oregon 177 Indiana State
2006 Stanford Peter Tegen 195 Colorado 223 Indiana State
2005 Stanford Peter Tegen 146 Colorado 181 Indiana State
2004 Colorado Mark Wetmore 63 Duke 144 Indiana State
2003 Stanford Dena Evans 120 BYU 128 UNI
2002 BYU Patrick Shane 85 Stanford 113 Indiana State
2001 BYU Patrick Shane 62 North Carolina State 148 Furman
2000 Colorado Mark Wetmore 117 BYU 167 Iowa State
1999 BYU Patrick Shane 72 Arkansas 125 Indiana
1998 Villanova Marcus O'Sullivan 106 BYU 110 Kansas
1997 BYU Patrick Shane 100 Stanford 102 Furman
1996 Stanford Beth Alford-Sullivan 101 Villanova 106 Arizona
1995 Providence Ray Treacy 88 Colorado 123 Iowa State
1994 Villanova Marty Stern 75 Michigan 108 Arkansas
1993 Villanova Marty Stern 66 Arkansas 71 Lehigh
1992 Villanova Marty Stern 123 Arkansas 130 Indiana
1991 Villanova Marty Stern 85 Arkansas 168 Arizona
1990 Villanova Marty Stern 82 Providence 172 Tennessee
1989 Villanova Marty Stern 99 Kentucky 168 Navy
1988 Kentucky Don Weber 75 Oregon 128 Iowa State
1987 Oregon Tom Heinonen 97 North Carolina State 99 Virginia
1986 Texas Terry Crawford 62 Wisconsin 64 Arizona
1985 Wisconsin Peter Tegen 58 Iowa State 98 Marquette
1984 Wisconsin Peter Tegen 63 Stanford 89 Penn State
1983 Oregon Tom Heinonen 95 Stanford 98 Lehigh
1982 Virginia Martin Smith 48 Stanford 91 Indiana
1981 Virginia John Varasy 36 Oregon 83 Witchita State

Men's DI cross country championship history:

Year Champion Coach Points Runner-Up Points Host or Site
2020 Northern Arizona Michael Smith 60 Notre Dame 87 Stillwater, Okla.
2019 BYU Ed Eyestone 109 Northern Arizona 163 Terre Haute, Ind.
2018 Northern Arizona Michael Smith 83 BYU 116 Madison, Wisc.
2017 Northern Arizona Michael Smith 74 Portland 127 Louisville, Ky.
2016 Northern Arizona Eric Heins 125 Stanford 158 Terre Haute, Ind.
2015 Syracuse Chris Fox 82 Colorado 91 Louisville, Ky.
2014 Colorado Mark Wetmore 65 Stanford 98 Terre Haute, Ind.
2013 Colorado Mark Wetmore 149 Northern Arizona 169 Indiana State
2012 Oklahoma State Dave Smith 72 Wisconsin 135 Louisville, Ky.
2011 Wisconsin Mick Byrne 97 Oklahoma State 139 Indiana State
2010 Oklahoma State Dave Smith 73 Florida state 193 Indiana State
2009 Oklahoma State Dave Smith 127 Oregon 143 Indiana State
2008 Oregon Vin Lananna 93 Iona 147 Indiana State
2007 Oregon Vin Lananna 85 Iona 113 Indiana State
2006 Colorado Mark Wetmore 94 Wisconsin 142 Indiana State
2005 Wisconsin Jerry Schumacher 37 Arkansas 105 Indiana State
2004 Colorado Mark Wetmore 90 Wisconsin 94 Indiana State
2003 Stanford Andrew Gerard 24 Wisconsin 174 UNI
2002 Stanford Vin Lananna 47 Wisconsin 107 Indiana State
2001 Colorado Mark Wetmore 90 Stanford 91 Furman
2000 Arkansas John Mcdonnell 83 Colorado 94 Iowa State
1999 Arkansas John Mcdonnell 58 Wisconsin 185 Indiana
1998 Arkansas John Mcdonnell 97 Stanford 114 Kansas
1997 Stanford Vin Lananna 53 Arkansas 56 Furman
1996 Stanford Vin Lananna 46 Arkansas 74 Arizona
1995 Arkansas John Mcdonnell 100 Northern Arizona 142 Iowa State
1994 Iowa State Bill Bergan 65 Colorado 88 Arkansas
1993 Arkansas John Mcdonnell 31 BYU 153 Lehigh
1992 Arkansas John Mcdonnell 46 Wisconsin 87 Indiana
1991 Arkansas John Mcdonnell 52 Iowa State 114 Arizona
1990 Arkansas John Mcdonnell 68 Iowa State 96 Tennessee
1989 Iowa State Bill Bergan 54 Oregon 72 Navy
1988 Wisconsin Martin Smith 105 Northern Arizona 160 Iowa State
1987 Arkansas John Mcdonnell 87 Dartmouth 119 Virginia
1986 Arkansas John Mcdonnell 69 Dartmouth 141 Arizona
1985 Wisconsin Martin Smith 67 Arkansas 104 Marquette
1984 Arkansas John Mcdonnell 101 Arizona 111 Penn State
1983 *UTEP Larry Heiderbrecht 108 Wisconsin 164 Lehigh
1982 Wisconsin Dan McClimon 59 Providence 138 Indiana
1981 UTEP Ted Banks 17 Providence 109 Wichita State
1980 UTEP Ted Banks 58 Arkansas 152 Wichita State
1979 UTEP Ted Banks 86 Oregon 93 Lehigh
1978 UTEP Ted Banks 56 Oregon 72 Wisconsin
1977 Oregon Bill Dellinger 100 UTEP 105 Washington state
1976 UTEP Ted Banks 62 Oregon 117 North Texas
1975 UTEP Ted Banks 88 Washington State 92 Penn State
1974 Oregon Bill Dellinger 77 Western Kentucky 110 Indiana
1973 Oregon Bill Dellinger 89 UTEP 157 Washington state
1972 Tennessee Stan Huntsman 134 East Tennessee State 148 Houston
1971 Oregon Bill Dellinger 83 Washington State 122 Tennessee
1970 Villanova James Elliott 85 Oregon 86 William & Mary
1969 UTEP Wayne Vandenburg 74 Villanova 88 Manhattan
1968 Villanova James Elliott 78 Stanford 100 Manhattan
1967 Villanova James Elliott 91 Air Force 96 Wyoming
1966 Villanova James Elliott 79 Kansas State 155 Kansas
1965 Western Michigan George Dales 81 Northwestern 114 Kansas
1964 Western Michigan George Dales 86 Oregon 116 Michigan State
1963 San Jose State Dean Miller 53 Oregon 68 Michigan State
1962 San Jose State Dean Miller 58 Villanova 69 Michigan State
1961 Oregon State Sam Bell 68 San Jose State 82 Michigan State
1960 Houston John Morriss 54 Michigan State 80 Michigan State
1959 Michigan State Francis Dittrich 44 Houston 120 Michigan State
1958 Michigan State Francis Dittrich 79 Western Michigan 104 Michigan State
1957 Notre dame Alex Wilson 121 Michigan State 127 Michigan State
1956 Michigan State Karl Schlademan 28 Kansas 88 Michigan State
1955 Michigan State Karl Schlademan 46 Kansas 68 Michigan State
1954 Oklahoma State Ralph Higgins 61 Syracuse 118 Michigan State
1953 Kansas Bill Easton 70 Indiana 82 Michigan State
1952 Michigan State Karl Schlademan 65 Indiana 68 Michigan State
1951 Syracuse Robert Grieve 80 Kansas 118 Michigan State
1950 Penn State Charles Werner 53 Michigan State 55 Michigan State
1949 Michigan State Karl Schlademan 59 Syracuse 81 Michigan State
1948 Michigan State Karl Schlademan 41 Wisconsin 69 Michigan State
1947 Penn State Charles Werner 60 Syracuse 72 Michigan State
1946 Drake Bill Easton 42 New York University 98 Michigan State
1945 Drake Bill Easton 50 Notre Dame 65 Michigan State
1944 Drake Bill Easton 25 Notre Dame 64 Michigan State
1942 Indiana/Penn State Earle Hayes/Charles Werner 57     Michigan State
1941 Rhode Island Fred Tootell 83 Penn State 110 Michigan State
1940 Indiana Earle Hayes 65 Eastern Michigan 68 Michigan State
1939 Michigan State Lauren Brown 54 Wisconsin 57 Michigan State
1938 Indiana Earle Hayes 51 Notre Dame 61 Michigan State

*Participation in the championships vacated by the NCAA Committee on Infractions