NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced Tuesday the state-by-state winners of its inaugural High School Coach of the Year award.
USTFCCCA Honors All-Region Recipients in Division I (via USTFCCCA)
Oregon Men Seek Back-to-Back Cross Country Titles Mountain and West Regions Each Place Five in Top 30
Preseason Preseason 1. Oregon 1. Oregon 2. Portland 2. Stanford 3. Stanford 3. Washington 4. California 4. Arizona State 5. Cal Poly 5. UC-Riverside 6. UCLA 6. Portland 7. Arizona State 7. UC-Santa Barbara 8. Washington State 8. UC-Irvine 9. Washington 9. Arizona 10. UC-Riverside 10. Washington State 11. UC-Santa Barbara 11. UC-Davis 12. UC-Davis 12. California 13. UC-Irvine 13. Oregon State 14. Eastern Washington 14. Cal State Fullerton 15. Loyola Marymount 15. UCLA
Ohio Schools and athletes recieved an impressive amount of Division II Regional Indoor Awards from the USTFCCCA. Winners: Men’s Track: Jared Krout, Hillsdale College Men’s Field: Bryan Vickers, Ashland University Men’s Coach: Jud Logan, Ashland University Women’s Track: Kirby Blackley, University of Findlay Women’s Field: Jennifer Tinney, Ashland University View the article for a full list of regional winners
In the first regular season poll for Indoor Track and Field, Arkansas is ranked first on the guys side, and LSU for the women. Only one Ohio school, Ohio State, made either poll, coming in 21st on the men's side. Check back for DII and DIII polls and update DI polls.
Big invitational win moves Oregon to No. 1 in Division I men’s cross country poll Abilene Christian carries Division II banner at Cowboy Jamboree Willamette moves up to fourth in Division III men's cross country poll
Oregon, Rice surge into top 10 in Division I women’s cross country rankings Top-ranked Adams State women step up in class at Stanford Invitational Strong Griak finish pushes Wisconsin-Platteville up in Division III women’s poll
NEW ORLEANS – After one of the bigger competition weekends of the season very few teams have changed spots. All eight men’s and all eight women’s top-ranked teams stayed the same in this week’s poll as announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. The polls were highlighted by the North Central region’s teams which picked up four wins over the weekend, two each for the men and women, while a fifth team nearly defeated the defending Division I women’s champs at home. Grand Valley State in the Great Lakes region also picked up wins at Notre Dame in the men’s and women’s Division II races. Abilene Christian’s men of the South Central region also came away with a tie for first place at the Oklahoma State Cowboy Jamboree. The Wildcats finished four points ahead of Division I power Arkansas.
NEW ORLEANS – The men’s regions saw no change from the top ranked teams as all nine region No. 1’s remained the same this week as the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association announced the Division I men’s cross country regional rankings today.
NEW ORLEANS – After the first big competition weekend in the 2007 cross country season, several teams have started to solidify their rankings while three teams took over as their regions new No. 1. Duke, Minnesota, and Michigan State have moved into the top spots in their respective regions as the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association announced the women’s regional rankings today.
NEW ORLEANS – With its third consecutive victory of the young season, Amherst’s women continue to lead the pack in the Division III women’s cross country rankings.
NEW ORLEANS – While the top five is unchanged from the preseason rankings, Augustana (Ill.) surged to sixth in the Division III men’s cross country rankings released today by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
NEW ORLEANS – Cal State L.A., Missouri Southern State, Minnesota Duluth and Wayne State (MI) all made significant moves in the Division II women’s cross country poll released today by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
NEW ORLEANS – Five teams from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference are ranked among the top 25 in the third Division II men’s cross country poll of the 2007 season.
NEW ORLEANS – The NCAA Division III men’s and women’s cross country regional polls were announced today by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. There were very few changes this week as many schools either rested top performers or took the week off entirely.
Penn State joined the top 30 while Princeton and BYU climbed several spots in the second Division I women’s cross country poll of the 2007 season.
NEW ORLEANS – After three weeks of competition very few teams have yet to lose their top ranked status in the NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s regional cross country rankings that were announced today by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. Several teams have held out some of their top runners in the early meets this season. The upcoming weekend features some of the bigger meets such as the Roy Griak Invitational and the Bill Dellinger Invite which should provide some light on the top teams in the country. This week’s notable changes have come in the South Region where Florida Southern’s men and Alabama-Huntsville’s women have moved up to the top spot. Harding’s men and women were last week’s top-ranked teams in the men’s and women’s region.
Only a few minor changes in NCAA Divison I Men's Cross Country polls, check out the full article for more information.