After the No. 6 Cardinal men placed fourth and the No. 14 women finished eighth at the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitation earlier this month, both Stanford cross-country teams will head up to the Springfield Golf Club in Eugene, Oregon, to toe the line at Friday’s Pac-12 Cross Country Championships.
Stanford track and field closed the first portion of its season at the NCAA Indoor Championships with top-10 finishes from Harrison Williams, Vanessa Fraser and the women’s distance medley relay team.
It is the last chance for members of the Stanford men’s and women’s track teams to compete to earn NCAA qualifying marks, as both teams compete in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships this weekend at the University of Washington Dempsey Indoor Facility in Seattle. The MPSF Championships will feature 20 universities comprised of member teams…
The Stanford men’s and women’s track teams both competed in two tournaments last weekend, the Penn State National and the UW Invitational, and the Cardinal were dominant on both coasts.
This weekend at the NCAA West regionals, Stanford men’s and women’s cross country teams swept both first place finishes for the first time since 2004. Both the men’s team and the women’s team won their 15th regional titles.
The Stanford cross country teams will compete in the Pac-12 championship this Friday in Tucson, Arizona.
The Stanford men’s cross country team exploded onto the national scene with the full speed of its roster for the first time this Friday, earning second place at the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational. On Saturday, the women’s team traveled to Indiana for the Pre-National Invitational and placed sixth.
At first glance, this cross country season seems like business as usual for the Cardinal. The No. 3 men’s and No. 13 women’s teams claimed their usual spots among the 31 teams who have qualified for the NCAA Championships in Louisville, Ky. on Saturday. This season marks the 22nd-consecutive year that both the Cardinal men and…