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Colorado Athletics | November 22, 2014

Buffs again

Colorado wins the 2014 DI Men's Cross Country Championship

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Colorado successfully defended its 2013 NCAA championship, winning another on Saturday.

Early unofficial numbers pegged the Buffaloes with an incredible 65 points in the national championship meet. Ammar Moussa led Colorado with a fifth place finish, Ben Saarel was seventh.

It is Colorado's fifth NCAA men's title, all since 2001.

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