Photo courtesy of herdzone.cstv.comMarshall Men take 4th while women finish 10th. Eric Frohnapfel is Rookie of the year. Travis Epling is All-ConferenceSanta Teresa, N.M. - For the third-consecutive year, the third-ranked UTEP men captured the Conference USA Cross Country Championship title, while the 16th-ranked Rice women wins their second title in the last three years Saturday at the Santa Teresa Country Club in Santa Teresa, N.M. The one-day event was hosted by UTEP at the scenic Santa Teresa Country Club Spanish Dagger course. UTEP recorded a championship record with a perfect 15 points, while the Rice women tallied 26 points for top honors.
West Virginia runners and coaches pose with the 2007 BIG EAST Cross Country championship trophy. Big East photo By Nathaniel Zinn for MSNsportsNET.comOctober 28, 2007 LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The No. 19 West Virginia University women’s cross country team won the 2007 BIG EAST Championship today at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park in Louisville, Ky.
Photos by Lance McDaniel Ona, WV-- University Girls and Wheeling Park Boys take AAA races. Grafton Girls and Ravenswood Boys take AA-A races. State Champions are: Freshman Letitia Propst of Elkins, Ryan Beabout of Wheeling Park, Rachel Buser of Berkeley Springs, and Levi Grandt of Doddridge County.Results are posted. I will have a nice photo gallery posted today. Please keep checking back for more. When the galleries are completed, all four races, awards ceremonies, and links to athlete pages will be available. When I get the bib numbers, I will link each athlete to the photo. Enjoyed meeting many of you. Special thanks to Lance, my son, for taking the photos. I prefer to watch the races.Daddy Doug
Photos by Meredith McDaniel Carter WHEELING, W.Va)---Concord's men and West Virginia Wesleyan's women used solid team efforts to earn titles at the WVIAC Cross Country championship. The Mountain Lion men placed five runners in the top ten to hold off West Virginia Wesleyan 37-59. Wesleyan's women's had three finishers in the top six as they finished ahead of Wheeling Jesuit 37-61. Eric Cooper runs away with the individual title.Photo by Fred Jordan
by Nathaniel Zinn for MSNsportsNET.com October 12, 2007 MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The No. 21 West Virginia University cross country team had three top 10 finishers and won the 6K race at the Penn State National Open today in University Park, Pa.
A local athlete’s long-running dream of making the Olympics took a giant stride forward on Sunday when Mike Cox took eighth place overall — and finished with the best time of any American runner — in a sweltering-hot Chicago Marathon. (Read on)By Tom Bone of the Register-Herald Editor's comment:Here are the splits for Coach Cox:5K: 16:33, 10K: 32:57, 15K 49:32, 20K: 1:06.09, Half: 1:09.48,25K: 1:22.42, 30K 1:39.20, 35K 1:56.35, 40K: 2:14.08, Finish: 2:21.42Coach, You made all of us proud. - Daddy Doug
Photo Courtesy of www.wvwc.eduWest Virginia Wesleyan hosted the annual Bobcat Classic cross country meet Saturday and once again dominated, posting the top five finishers in both the men's and women's races.