Women's Cross Country

"The adjustment wasn’t too hard."

Maria Hauer, who was born deaf but can now hear at a 60-80 percent level after seven surgeries, competed for the Huskies’ cross country team in the fall, the Nordic ski team in the winter and ran the 800-meter and the 1,600-meter relay for the track team in the spring. She also dabbles in music, playing the violin, piano, baritone, trombone and the clarinet.

1993 NCAA Woman of the Year

Villanova star named Woman of the Year As published in The NCAA News , November 15, 1993 Nnenna Lynch, an all-American cross country and track standout arid summa cum laude graduate of Villanova University, was named the 1993 NCAA Woman of...

1991 NCAA Woman of the Year

NCAA Woman of the Year honored As published in The NCAA News, November 4, 1991 Mary Beth Riley of Canisius College, who successfully battled Hodgkin’s disease while continuing to compete in cross country and track and excel in the...

A festival atmosphere

Bring six national championships together in one weekend festival – which took place in Division II for the eighth time in December – and the impactful moments multiply.


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