For the first time since 1979, Harvard men’s cross country heads to the NCAA Cross Country Championships Saturday, Nov. 23. Selected as an at-large squad, the Crimson will face off against 31 teams at the Wabash Valley Family Sports Center in Terre Haute, Ind.
For the first time since 1979, the Harvard men’s cross country team will head to the NCAA Cross Country Championships. The NCAA Track and Field Committee selected the Crimson as one of 13 at-large picks.
Senior Maksim Korolev ran a conference-record 23:28.2 in the 8K to take home the Ivy League individual title Saturday at West Windsor Fields. The Crimson men finished fourth overall at the Heptagonal Championships, while the women took home a third-place finish.
Harvard cross country heads to West Windsor Fields in Princeton, N.J., in pursuit of a men’s and women’s Ivy League title at the Heptagonal Championships Saturday, Nov. 2. Harvard men are ranked No. 21 in the latest USTFCCCA Poll, while the women are just outside of the top-30, receiving 15 votes.
For the first time since USTFCCCA records began (1998), the Harvard men’s cross country team has entered the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Division I National Coaches Polls at No. 21, the organization announced Tuesday.
Senior Maksim Korolev finished second out of 288 of the nation’s top runners, as Harvard was the lone school to put two runners in the top-10 at the Wisconsin adidas Inviational Saturday at Zimmer Championship Course.
The Harvard women’s cross country team garnered votes in the latest U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Division I National Coaches Poll, the organization released Tuesday.
Senior James Leakos won the 40th-annual Paul Short Invitational with the second-fastest time in course history, as Harvard cross country displayed an impressive showing at the Paul Short Invitational on a hot and humid Saturday afternoon. The men’s squad ranked fourth of 47 teams with 167 points, while the women placed seventh overall of 47 teams paced by senior Emily Reese.
Harvard cross country heads to Lehigh University and Goodman Campus Course this Saturday, Oct. 5 for the 40th annual Paul Short Run, one of the nation’s largest cross country meets. The men, racing an 8K, will start at 11 a.m., while the women are set to begin their 6K run at 11:45 a.m.
The Harvard women’s cross country team heads to the University of Virginia to participate in the Virginia-Panorama Farms Cross Country Invitational Saturday, Sept. 28. The 5K race will begin at 10:30 a.m.