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NCAA.com | November 19, 2016

Recap and reactions from XC Championships

Karissa Schweizer of Missouri won the individual title with an unofficial 19:41 and Villanova's Patrick Tiernan won the individual title with a time of 29:22.

Six NCAA Cross Country champions were crowned across Divison I, Division II and Division III on Saturday. Here's a recap of all races with reactions below from all the key moments:

DI Men's Championship:  Villanova's Patrick Tiernan won the individual title with a time of 29:22, finishing 5 seconds ahead of 2nd place Justyn Knight of Syracuse. Northern Arizona won the team competition 125-158 over second place Stanford. Results | Recap

DI Women's Championship: Karissa Schweizer of Missouri wins the individual title with an unofficial 19:41. Oregon has the unofficial team title 125-126 over Michigan. Results | Recap

DII Men's Championship: Missouri Southern's Vincent Kiprop won the individual title with a time of 29:07, finishing 29 seconds ahead of 2nd place Alfred Chelenga of Shorter. Adams State won the team competition over second place Grand Valley State. Results | Recap | Highlights

DII Women's Championship: Kenrda Foley of Grand Valley State wins the individual title with an unofficial 20:01. Grand Valley state has the unofficial team title 116-139 over Adams State. Results | Recap | Highlights

DIII Men's Championship: Wis.-Platteville's Ian LaMere won the individual 8k title in 23:40 and N. Central (Ill.) won the team competition 60-204 over SUNY Geneseo. Results | Recap | Full Replay

DIII Women's Championship: Amy Regan with the Stevens Institute wins the individual title at 20:16 unofficially. Johns Hopkins will win the team race. Results | Recap | Full Replay

 

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