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Women's Cross Country

Oberlin Leads 8 NCAC Schools Ranked In Div. III Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Fall Standings

Oberlin College currently sits in 40th to lead all North Coast Athletic Conference member institutions in the 2013-14 Div. III Learfield Sports Directors' Cup fall standings.

NCAC Weekly Release (11-25-13) - 2013 NCAA Cross Country Championships

North Coast cross country runners concluded the season at the 2013 NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships at Hanover College in Hanover, Indiana, on Saturday afternoon, highlighted by an eighth place finish from the Oberlin Yeowomen and a 18th place finish from Allegheny on the men’s side.

2013 NCAA Div. III Cross Country Championships

NCAC cross country runners concluded the season at the 2013 NCAA Div. III Cross Country Championships at Hanover College in Hanover, Indiana, on Saturday afternoon highlighted by a eighth place finish from the Oberlin Yeowomen and a 18th place finish from Allegheny on the men’s side.

Denison Takes Early Lead In 2013-14 NCAC All-Sports Race

Denison University won a share of two league championships this fall and finished in a three-way tie for second in another to take the lead in the race for the 2013-14 North Coast Athletic Conference All-Sports championship.

NCAC Teams Prepare for 2013 NCAA Postseason Action - Audio Preview

This weekend the NCAC has multiple men's and women's teams competing on the national stage in NCAA Tournaments for their respective sports. In preparation for this weekend's action, Russell Kramer, NCAC Assistant Executive Director, caught up with coaches from the NCAC to delve into each team's mindset heading into the 2013 championships.

Sport Coach 
Men's Cross Country Brent Wilkerson, Allegheny
Men's Cross Country Roger Busch, Wabash
Women's Cross Country Ray Appenheimer, Oberlin 
Women's Cross Country Matt Wackerly, Ohio Wesleyan
Football Joe Fincham, Wittenberg
Men's Soccer Chris Brown, Kenyon 

 

NCAC Weekly Release (11-18-13) - NCAA Cross Country Championships

The 2013 NCAA Division III Men’s & Women’s Cross Country Championships will be hosted at the L.S. Ayres Athletic Complex on the campus of Hanover College in Hanover, Indiana, on Saturday, November 23rd. Two teams from each regional automatically qualified for the national meet, while at-large berths were also awarded to 16 other teams, selected by the national committee. Aside from runners who are part of the qualifying teams, eight individuals from each gender also qualified from each region.

NCAC Cross Country Teams Perform Well At NCAA Regional Meets

North Coast cross country squads continued their season's on Saturday at NCAA regional events, with nine teams competing at the Great Lakes Regional in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Allegheny participating at the Mideast Regional in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Wabash Men & Oberlin Women Capture 2013 NCAC Cross Country Championships

Oberlin earned its fifth-straight and sixth overall North Coast Coast Athletic Conference women’s cross country title, while Wabash captured the men’s championship for the second time in school history at the 2013 NCAC Cross Country Championships. Both races were held at the Robertson Athletic Complex on the campus of Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, November 2nd. CLICK HERE for complete results.

NCAC Men's and Women's Cross Country - 2013 Championships Preview

The 2013 NCAC Cross Country Championships will be held this Saturday, November 2nd, at the Robertson Athletic Complex on the campus of Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania. The women’s race is scheduled to begin at 11:00 a.m, followed by the men’s race at 11:45 a.m.

NCAC Weekly Release (10-28-13) - Cross Country Pre-Championship Polls

For the seventh time in the past eight season’s, North Coast Athletic Conference coaches have predicted that Oberlin will claim the NCAC women’s cross country championship through pre-championship coaches’ balloting, while Wabash was tabbed as the favorite on the men’s side.

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