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NCAA.com | September 20, 2013

Preview: No. 1 and No. 4 to race this weekend

No. 1 North Central (Ill.) at Wheaton College Invitational

After being unanimously ranked No. 1, North Central (Ill.) will send a squad to the Wheaton College Gil Dodds Invitational on Saturday at St. James Farm in Warrenville, Ill.

No. 4 Washington (Mo.) will also be running at Wheaton on Saturday. 

The Cardinals have competed in each of the past two weekends, so look for a different lineup this weekend as they take on the Bears.

T2 Haverford 

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T2 Wisconsin-La Crosse

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No. 4 Washington (Mo.) at Wheaton College Invitational 

No. 4 Washington (Mo.) will take on No. 1 North Central (Ill.) at the Wheaton College Invitational on Saturday. 

Washington won its first and only meet of the 2013 season back on Aug. 31 at the Gabby Reuveni Early Bird. 

No. 5 Bowdoin at USM Invitational 

Bowdoin will open the season at the Southern Maine Invitational. 

Bowdoin begins the season with its highest national ranking in history. The team will race against No. 7 Bates this Saturday.  

No. 6 Calvin 

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No. 7 Bates at USM Invitational 

It has been two weeks since Bates competed last. Bates lost to Colby at the Bates/Colby Class Meet on Sept. 7. 

This week No. 7 Bates will travel to Southern Maine for the Invitational. No. 5 Bowdoin will also be at the meet on Saturday. 

No. 8 Williams 

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No. 9 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 

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No. 10 Dickinson

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