Winter 2015

2014 Division II Women’s Cross Country

The Lakers, who claimed their third consecutive national title with a score of 50 points, entered the meet as the heavy favorite. Six of the team’s seven runners earned All-America honors by placing in the top 40.

2014 Division II Men’s Cross Country

With an impressive record of finishing first or second in every NCAA Division II Men’s Cross Country Championship since 2003, Adams State has become the team to beat. But on a cold, gray day in Louisville on a wet, muddy course, nobody was able to do it.

Record-setting defense carries Lynchburg

Hornets’ regular-season shutout streak provided a preview of how it would win a championship.

2014 Division II Women’s Soccer

First-year coach Jeff Hosler didn’t want his team talking about being a champion. Instead, they played like one in winning their fourth national title in six years.

2014 Division II Field Hockey

In only seven years, the Marauders have turned from a four-win team to a national champion that smothers opponents.

2014 Division I Women’s Cross Country

It took just over 20 minutes for the women on the Michigan State University cross country team to race to their first NCAA Division I national championship Nov. 22. But the momentum for such a win, especially among a core group of graduating seniors, had been building for years.

2014 Division I Men’s Cross Country

One year ago, after hoisting the 2013 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships trophy above his head, University of Colorado, Boulder, runner Blake Theroux reflected on the mark his team made in the storied history of Buffs cross country. That season, he and his teammates had emerged from the shadows of successful teams before them, he explained, and showed that “Colorado is definitely going to be around for a long time.”

2014 Division III Field Hockey

The College of New Jersey fielded one of the most prolific offenses in school history this season, scoring 106 goals ‒ the third most in school history, and just one shy of leading the nation. But its lone loss of the season proved it couldn’t rely on its scoring ability to win a national title.

2014 Division III Women’s Volleyball

Hope’s women’s volleyball team started the season with a goal of taking the program to unprecedented heights.

2014 Division III Women’s Cross Country

They won the Mideast Regional Cross Country Championships by 71 points. They qualified for the NCAA national championship for the seventh consecutive year. In each of the two years prior, they claimed the national title.

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