Women's Cross Country

2016 Women's Cross Country Championship results and records

Division I 2016 NCAA.com Championship Recap All-Time Championship Records and Results (through 2016 championships) Division II 2016 NCAA.com Championship Recap All-Time Championship Records and Results (through 2016 championships) Division...

Still Running

Lisa Parlette was in Wilmington, Ohio, on May 9, 2015, because her daughter, Jenna, would have graduated that day.

Opportunity Lost, Then Found

Steve Scott, the cross country coach at California State University, San Marcos, missed the 1980 Olympics due to the U.S. boycott.

“To say that I’m even in college is a dream.”

Today, two-thirds of young Americans go on to attend college, so why does something so common feel surreal for Edgewood College distance runner Natasha Zanoya?

Williams captures first NCAA title since 2004

The Ephs captured the third national title in program history – but the first since 2004 – Nov. 21 in Winneconne, Wisconsin. Hannah Cole, who finished fourth in the overall standings, paced the Williams runners over the open and relatively flat course.

Adams State tops rivals for national championship

In the preseason, Adams State University boasted the No. 1-ranked men’s cross country team in the nation. But it was the women’s team that brought home the national championship for the Grizzlies at the Nov. 21 Division II Cross Country Championships in Joplin, Missouri.

New Mexico transfers set the pace

Despite losing four runners from last season’s team that placed third at the NCAA championships, the University of New Mexico women’s cross country team didn’t fade in 2015.

2015 Women's Cross Country Championship Results and Records

Division I 2015 NCAA.com championship recap All-time championship records and results (through 2015 championships) Division II 2015 NCAA.com championship recap All-time championship records and results (through 2015 championships) Division...

"The most rewarding thing is seeing the results."

Natalie Bach-Prather was home-schooled while growing up in Marshall, Texas, where her only taste of running came from racing her dad. But now she is making up for lost time – all without leaving her hometown.

2006 NCAA Woman of the Year

Woman of the Year winner finds meaning in journey By Leilana McKindra The NCAA News, November 6, 2006 Wake Forest University distance runner Anne Bersagel told Woman of the Year ceremony attendees to "set big goals and celebrate the...

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