Top Events

Oct. 29 -- No. 1 Florida State Seminoles at ACC Championships in Clemson, S.C. (DI)

Oct. 29 -- No. 2 Washington Huskies at Pac-12 Championships in Tempe, Ariz. (DI)

Oct. 29 -- No. 4 Villanova Wildcats at Big East Championships in Louisville, Ky. (DI)

Oct. 29 -- No. 1 Williams Ephs at NECSAC Championships in Amherst, Mass. (DIII)

Oct. 29 -- No. 2 Washington-St. Louis Bears at UAA Championships in Chicago, Ill. (DIII)

Watch Them Now

Christine Babcok

Key Notes: Babcock is the only Huskie runner left from their 2008 national championship team. As a freshman she was the best runner on the team finishing seventh at nationals. She is a two-time All-American and finished 19th at last years' Pac-10 championships after not running for nearly a year due to a foot injury. Babcock had another set back this season, falling at the Roy Griak Invitational. She has remained positive and looks to take the Huskies back to the top.

Other Runners to Watch

Division I: Sheila Reid, Villanova; Emily Infield, Georgetown; Jordan Hassay, Oregon; Jessica Parry, Florida State; Shelby Greany; Providence; Katie Flood, Washington; Deborah Maier, California; Gabrielle Anzalone, Wisconsin, and Meghan Nelson, Iowa State.

Division II: Rachel Young, Dixie State; Lacey Krout, BYU-Hawaii; Ashlee Cervantes, California Baptist; Kim Kuhnert, Hawaii Pacific; Emily Oschner, Charminade, and Ally Rosemond, Dominican.

Division III: Alison Smith, Williams; Jennifer Tavé, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps; Erica Jackey, Washington-St. Louis; Elaine McVay, MIT; Margo Crammer, Middlebury; and Ashley Mauer, Wisconsin-Eau Claire, and Olivia Mackenzie, Bowdoin.

Keep Your Eyes on This

• Division I: All conference championship meets will be held between Friday and Monday. One of the most competitive races will be the Big East championship. Four of the top-10 teams in the country will race including 2010 national champion Villanova.

• Division II: The only conference championship meet left is the Pacific West race to be held Saturday. BYU-Hawaii will look to capture its fourth consecutive championship as they are led by senior Lacey Krout who finished second in last year's race.

• Division III: Saturday and Sunday will bring an end to the conference schedule. The NECSAC championship will feature another battle between Middlebury and Williams. This will be the first time this season the schools will battle with the Ephs, not the Panthers, as the top-ranked team.