NCAA Divison II Cross Country Championships 2007

Joplin, MO


Nov 10-19: Dennin 3rd, Lutz 10th in OH, PA 4th in both|PCL team wins Jesuit in NYC Nov 17, 2007

Highlights from Nov 10-19: PA finished 4th in both the girls and boys races at the annual Mid-East Regional Champs 11/17 in Ohio. Boyertown's Mark Dennin (in photo by Liz Bollens) was the lead PA guy in third.  Nazareth Academy's Megan Lutz led the girls in 10th. Also on 11/17, the Girard Avenue Hawks won the Jesuits Schools Champs with 21 points behind a 1-2-3 finish at Van Cortlandt Park 2.5 mile loop. On Nov 17, Slippery Rock was the top men's team at 9th, and Bloomsburg was the tom women's team at 15th in the NCAA Division II Champs. Also on the 17th, three PA schools finished in the top ten at the NCAA Division III Champs, with Haverford 2nd, Allegheny 7th and Carnegie Mellon 9th. The Dickinson College women were the top PA team, finishing 13th. Earlier results posted from Mid-Atlantic AAU 11/10. Also on 11/10, in her annual tune-up to the NE Foot Locker regional Nov 24th, Shippensburg senior Neely Spence ran a very quick 17:19 in the New York Road Runners XC Championships at Van Cortlandt Park - the 4th best all-time. Boiling Springs senior Kara Millhouse ran her best time ever on the course, going 18:47. Also in New York was the Germantown Friends team, who are tuning up for the NTN North East Regional, also on the 24th. Max Kaulbach - in a 'if I were to run Foot Lockers mode' - went 15:43. Jake McKenzie was in at 16:05, Isaac Ortiz at 16:24 and Gus McKenzie at 16:35.

NKU Men Finish 16th at NCAA Division II Nationals Nov 18, 2007

OPLIN, Mo. – Following a disappointing finish at the 2006 NCAA Division II nationals, the Northern Kentucky University men’s cross country team has been striving to better their 22nd place finish. All the hard work they’ve done throughout the postseason until now has indeed paid off as the Norse finished 16th out of 24 squads in the 50th anniversary meet.

NCAA Division II Results Posted Nov 17, 2007

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.