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Megan DeWeerd Earns NCCAA Runner of the Week Honors

Cross Country News | 10-10-2017

Megan DeWeerd Earns NCCAA Runner of the Week Honors

Picking up her third first place finish of the season, junior Megan DeWeerd (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) was named the NCCAA Division I Women’s Cross Country Student-Athlete of the Week for October 2-7. She received the honor after a record-setting performance at the Benedictine U... Read more

Third Place Finishes for Trolls

Cross Country News | 10-07-2017

Third Place Finishes for Trolls

It was a pair of third place finishes for the women’s and men’s cross country teams in the Benedictine University Eagle Invite. In the 6K race for the women on the course at St. James Farm Forest Preserve in Warrenville, Illinois, the Trolls grabbed the third place finish of the ... Read more

Megan DeWeerd Named CCAC Runner of the Week

Cross Country News | 10-05-2017

Megan DeWeerd Named CCAC Runner of the Week

For the second time this season junior Megan DeWeerd (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) has earned CCAC Women’s Cross Country Runner of the Week honors. This latest honor came from her performance at the Midwest Intercollegiate Championships hosted by Olivet Nazarene University on Septe... Read more

Trolls Race in Midwest Intercollegiates

Cross Country News | 09-30-2017

Trolls Race in Midwest Intercollegiates

Cross country runners swarmed Aspen Ridge Golf Course in Bourbonnais, Illinois for the Midwest Intercollegiate Championships hosted by Olivet Nazarene University.  In their largest meet of the season, the Trolls joined hundreds of athletes from schools of varying divisions to com... Read more

Trolls Shine at Lake Forest Invite

Cross Country News | 09-16-2017

Trolls Shine at Lake Forest Invite

The Trolls found their stride at the Lake Forest College Forester Invitational.  Over the 6K course at Foss Park Golf Course, the women’s team finished in first place overall among the four complete teams and the men’s team was third of the five competing schools. Each team had m... Read more

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