Nov 23, 2013; Terre Haute, IN, USA; Edward Cheserek of Oregon celebrates after winning the mens race in 29:41 at the LaVern Gibson championship course at the Wabash Valley Family Sports Center. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Results from the 2013 NCAA Cross Country Championships


The 2013 NCAA Cross Country Championships went down at Indiana State University on Saturday afternoon. Oregon’s Edward Cheserek won the men’s individual title, and Abbey D’Agostino of Dartmouth capture the  women’s individual title. The team championships were won by to the Colorado Buffaloes (for men) and the Providence Friars (for women).

Here are some of the results from Saturday’s meet, as posted by RunnerSpace.com:

Men’s Championship (10k)

1 CHESEREK, EDWARD Oregon  29:41.01
2 Kithuka, Kennedy Texas Tech  29:59.09
3 Korolev, Maksim Harvard  29:59.49
4 Zienasellassie, Futsum Northern Arizona  30:05.65
5 Rosa, Jim Stanford  30:08.83
6 Kebenei, Stanley Arkansas  30:10.04
7 Colley, Andrew North Carolina S  30:12.44
8 Saarel, Ben Colorado  30:14.02
9 Tiernan, Patrick Villanova  30:15.70
10 Caldwell, Luke New Mexico  30:17.18
11 Dohner, Ryan Texas  30:18.09
12 Lusignan, Trent South Dakota Sta  30:18.79
13 Fauble, Scott Portland  30:21.26
14 Geoghegan, Will Dartmouth  30:22.04
15 Lutz, Craig Texas  30:22.89

 

Women’s Championship (6k)

1 D’Agostino, Abbey Dartmouth  20:00.27
2 Bates, Emma Boise State  20:03.89
3 Avery, Kate Iona  20:05.33
4 Cuffe, Aisling Stanford  20:09.26
5 Lipari, Emily Villanova  20:10.80
6 Quigley, Colleen Florida State  20:11.25
7 Sisson, Emily Providence  20:17.47
8 Houlihan, Shelby Arizona State  20:20.81
9 Kipp, Shalaya Colorado  20:21.63
10 Santisteban, Kelsey UC Berkeley  20:21.66
11 Balouris, Elaina William & Mary  20:22.62
12 Silva, Sammy New Mexico  20:25.56
13 Macumber, Cally Kentucky  20:26.35
14 Sorna, Rachel Cornell  20:26.42
15 Kibet, Elvin Arizona  20:27.61

 

Congratulations to all the runners and their respective teams.

[Source: RunnerSpace.com]

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