Stanford cross country will host its only home meet of the season at the Stanford Golf Course for the 40th annual Stanford Invitational on Saturday morning. Almost 2,800 of the West Coast’s best high school runners and over 500 collegiate runners will compete in 14 races throughout the morning.
Suites Eating Clubs will remain a student-run entity next year, an outcome reflecting a series of weekly negotiations between Residential Education (ResEd) officials, Suites residents and Governor’s Corner Dining Societies (GCDS) leadership.
The NCAA granted Stanford a waiver on the team travel rule, allowing Unterreiner to attend both commitments on time.
On Friday, the Cardinal men and women kept their seasons alive at the NCAA West Regional in Seattle, Washington. To qualify for the national championships, teams had to place in the top two slots at their regional meet or hope for one of the thirteen at-large bids. Stanford left nothing to chance, winning the men’s race and finishing as the runner-up in the women’s event.
At 1:15 p.m. Eastern time on Nov. 17, Unterreiner will leave the starting line at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer Park. He will cross the finish line about half an hour later. He was informed to be present and waiting for a potential Rhodes follow-up interview in Seattle by 3:30 p.m. Pacific time on Nov. 17. There are no direct flights from Louisville to Seattle.
With the cross country season finished just a week ago, the Stanford teams were well-represented on the Pac-12 All-Academic teams. Leading the way were senior Chris Derrick and redshirt junior Miles Unterreiner, who were two of the 10 runners selected for the men’s first team
War, like Janus, has two faces: the war we see and the war within us caused by what we see. Ten years this month into the war on terror, we are winning the former, but at the cost of the latter–winning, in other words, the physical battle but losing the fight for our hearts and minds.