Alison Lindsay, a 2018 graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, was selected as a 2019 Today's Top 10 Award winner as announced by the NCAA.
Washington University in St. Louis junior Paige Lawler was named the Division III Honda Athlete of the Year finalist for Cross Country as announced by the Executive Director Chris Voelz of THE Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) presented by Honda.
NCAA Division III Cross Country National Awards were announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) with two Bears garnering the spotlight as junior Paige Lawler was named the Women's National Athlete of the Year and head coach Jeff Stiles was named the Women's National Coach of the Year.
Washington University in St. Louis ran to a narrow one-point victory for the 2018 NCAA Division III Women's Cross Country National Championship.
Senior Emily Bryson and the Brandeis women's cross country team turned in a historic performance today at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships at Lake Breeze Golf Course in Wisconsin.
The UChicago women, led by sophomore Sophie Elgamal's All-American, 26th-place finish, took 11th place out of 32 teams at the 2018 NCAA Division III Women's Cross Country Championship, besting their 2017 finish by three places in the process.
The Emory women's cross country team closed out its 2018 season Saturday at the NCAA D-III Championships.
The Carnegie Mellon University women's cross country team finished 31st at the 2018 NCAA Cross Country Championships on Saturday, November 17 in Winneconne, Wisconsin, at the Lake Breeze Golf Club.
Making her first ever appearance at a national championship meet, Case Western Reserve University junior Madeline Lindemann finished 98th out of 279 total finishers at the 2018 NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships on Saturday afternoon.
Automatic qualifiers Emory University and Washington University were joined by four at-large selections as six UAA women's teams received a bid to the 2018 Cross Country Championships.