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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

Megan DeWeerd Earns Runner of the Week Honors

Cross Country News | 09-06-2017

Megan DeWeerd Earns Runner of the Week Honors

It was a stellar first meet of the season for junior Megan DeWeerd (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) and she was named the Women’s Cross Country Runner of the Week for the CCAC and the NCCAA.  At the University of St. Francis Twilight Invite, DeWeerd finished in first place and set a n... Read more

Caleb DeWeerd Named NCCAA Runner of the Week

Cross Country News | 09-06-2017

Caleb DeWeerd Named NCCAA Runner of the Week

In his first collegiate race, freshman Caleb DeWeerd (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) led the men’s cross country team and earned NCCAA Division I Men’s Cross Country Student-Athlete of the Week honors. At the University of St. Francis Twilight Invite at Channahon Park, DeWeerd finish... Read more

Record Setting Start to Season

Cross Country News | 09-02-2017

Record Setting Start to Season

It was an impressive start to the 2017 cross country season for the women’s and men’s teams at the University of St. Francis Twilight Invitational at Channahon Park.  The Trolls took home a first place individual finish, had siblings led the teams, and had two record setting perf... Read more

Cross Country Runners Prepare for 2017 Season

Cross Country News | 08-11-2017

Cross Country Runners Prepare for 2017 Season

The cross country teams of 11 women and 13 men, under the leadership of 14th year head coach Bob Brickman, are preparing for their 2017 season.  The teams will compete in five regular season meets and open on September 1 at the University of St. Francis Fighting Saints Twilight I... Read more

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