Foot Locker South results, photos, videos, articles, and elite performances are posted. There are over 3,500 photos from across the Milesplit network. Check out all of the coverage, if there is a photo you want tagged to a runner, let me know.Congratulations to Ryan Beabout (15:25) of Wheeling Park and Levi Grandt of Doddridge County (15:26) for finishing 19th and 20th respectfully.Ryan Beabout (L) and Levi Grandt (R)
Asselin and Bland are 1st Team All-Americans! by Nathaniel Zinn for MSNsportsNET.com November 19, 2007 MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The No. 13 West Virginia University cross country team placed ninth with 375 points at the 2007 NCAA Championship in Terre Haute, Ind., today. The top 10 finish is the highest in school history. “I’m just thrilled with this performance today,” 2007 Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year Sean Cleary says. “Every team that is participating at this race is truly a national class program. To be in the top 10 with this team’s first appearance at the NCAAs is very special to me.”
NCAA Division II results from Joplin, Missouri are posted. Eric Cooper finished with a 10K time of 32:38.6 for 84th place. Former West Virginia Wesleyan standout, Pat Reagan of Slippery Rock placed 12th in 30:37.3 for the highest finishing East Region runner.
Bethlehem, PA. –West Virginia University women’s cross country team earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Division I National Cross Country Championship to be held on Saturday, November 19 at Indiana State University. The lady Mountaineers tallied 77 points to place second to Princeton’s 56 points at the 2007 NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Saturday in Bethlehem, Pa.The Mountaineers were led by 3rd place finisher, sophomore Marie-Louise Asselin, with a time of 20:00 on the 6K course. Clara Grandt from Doddridge County finished 6th in 20:20, and Keri Bland of North Marion was 7th in 20:21.Kaylyn Christopher (21:17) of Preston and Maria Dalzot (21:19) of Morgantown rounded out the scoring. (Read on for more. Marshall University competed as well.)
Loch Haven, PA. Eric Cooper (Photo by Mary McDaniel), the two-time defending WVIAC Cross-Country champion, qualified for the NCAA Division II National Meet with a seventh place finish. Cooper went out with the leaders and never fail below 7th place overall during the meet. Cooper finished the 10K course in 31:26. Mansfield senior Chris Cummings joined Cooper as individual representatives with a 3rd place finish in 31:11. Edinboro won the meet and Slippery Rock finished 2nd to earn NCAA bids to the finals. Sarah Campanelli of Wheeling Jesuit was the highest finishing lady from the WVIAC with a 23rd place finish in the 6K race with a time of 22:39.The NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships is on Nov. 17 at Missouri Southern State University. The men’s 10K race begins at 11:30 a.m.