College Cross Country Results Saturday - Omaha.com
Published Saturday, November 23, 2013 at 9:22 pm / Updated at 10:06 pm
College Cross Country Results Saturday

NCAA D-II National Tournament

Saturday at Spokane, Wash.

MEN

Team scoring: Adams State 54, Grand Valley State 104, Augustana (S.D.) 122, Western State 137, Colorado Mines 187, Chico State 242, Alaska Anchorage 256, Cal Poly Pomona 304, Edinboro 309, Ferris State 312, Southern Indiana 323, Lock Haven 333, Metro State 378, West Texas A&M 390, Cedarville 434, Mount Olive 463, UNK 470, Sioux Falls 477, Missouri Southern 533, Western Washington 544, Central Missouri 556, Cal Baptist 561, Shippensburg 563, New Mexico Highlands 636, Franklin Pierce 656, Saint Leo 704, Florida Southern 723, Stonehill 724, King 725, Wilmington (Del.) 766, GRU Augusta 781, P.R.-Rio Piedras 884.

Individual results: 1, Tabor Stevens, Adams State, 29:50.1. 2, Vegard Olstad, Western State, 30:01.7. 3, Alex Monroe, Lock Haven, 30:02.7. 4. Mike Biwott, American International, 30:07.2. 5. Aaron Dinzeo, California, 30:14.3. 6. Paul Yak, Augustana (S.D.), 30:20.2. 7. Adam Volkert, PIttsburg State, 30:23.2, 8. Isaac Chavez, Chico State, 30:30.1. 9, Johnnie Guy, Southern Indiana, 30:36.3. 10, Jovanny Godinez, Adams State, 30:38.3. 68, Kevin Carder, UNK, 31:44.7. 99, Nick Knudson, UNK, 32:13.1. 128, Jahn Landrigan, UNK, 32:37.8. 129, Joe Coil, UNK, 32:37.8. 133, Cole Wellnitz, UNK, 32:39.0. 157, Bryan Hill, UNK, 32:55.9. 161, Jerod Schoneman, UNK, 33:01.7.

NAIA National Tournament

Saturday at Lawrence, Kan.

MEN

Team scoring: Oklahoma City 77, Southern Oregon 124, Emmanuel (Ga.) 148, St. Francis (Ill.) 157, Aquinas 185, Olivet Nazarene 188, Shawnee St. 233, British Columbia 273, Lewis-Clark 280, Bryan 280, Eastern Oregon 320, Morningside 329, Cal St.-San Marcos 329, Oklahoma Baptist 334, The Masters 450, Embry-Riddle 471, Tennesse Wesleyan 491, Indiana Tech 511, St. Xavier 517, College of Idaho 518, Indiana Wesleyan 556, St. Mary (Kan.) 568, Missouri Valley 570, Concordia (Neb.) 571, Rocky Mountain 585, Southwestern (Kan.) 605, Berea 716, Park 721, Mount Mercy 771, William Jessup 849, UT-Brownsville 874, Valley City St. 937.

Individual results: 1, Eric Avila, Southern Oregon, 24:02.45. 2, Sam Atkin, Lewis-Clark, 24:21.49. 3, Mizael Carrera, Robert Morris, 24:25.03. 4, Andrew Reidsma, Trinity Christian, 24:35.69. 5, Ethan Gallagher, Olivet Nazarene, 24:37.61. 6, Brad Liston, Shawnee St., 24:42.92. 7, Adam Godwin, Oklahoma Baptist, 24:46.81. 8, Peter Koskey, Oklahoma City, 24:47.12. 9, Joshua Gomez, Concordia (Calif.), 24:47.18. 10, Kyle Anderson, Spring Arbor, 24:48.29. 19, Ben Sievert, Concordia (Neb.), 25:02.13. 65, Nick VanderKooi, Dordt, 25:36.44. 84, Mark Abrams, Morningside, 25:45.82. 97, Alec DeVries, Morningside, 25:51.73. 111, Will Norris, Northwestern, 26:01. 127, Nathan Joackson, Dordt, 26:10.27. 163, Taylor Kube, Morningside, 26:24.26. 193, Hayden Hohnholt, Concordia (Neb.), 26:38.28. 194, Nick Stoks, Doane, 26:38.46. 213, Dan Larscheid, Morninside, 26:48.50. 217, Charlie Bloomfield, Concordia (Neb.), 26:52.88. 262, Matt Gastineau, Doane, 27:33.89. 264, Jacob Willey, Morningsdie, 27:38.15. 265, Jeff Austin, York (Neb.), 27:38.16.

Women

Team scoring: British Columbia 56, College of Idaho 97, Biola 174, Lewis-Clark 189, Olivet Nazarene 196, Dordt 199, Oklahoma Baptist 213, CS-San Marcos 215, Northwest Christian 228, Taylor 270, Carroll 301, St. Francis (Ill.) 338, Shawnee St. 342, The Masters 366, Milligan 395, Oklahoma City 401, Baker 451, Westmont 465, Indiana Tech 488, Cornerstone 508, Texas Wesleyan 524, St. Ambrose 589, Williams Woods 629, SCAD Savannah 643, Brenau 773, College of St. Mary 795, Simpson (Calif.) 811, Brescia 833, Our Lady of the Lake 866, Kansas Wesleyan 879, Blue Mountain 897, Ottawa 903.

Individual results: 1, Hillary Holt, College of Idaho, 16:48.13. 2, Hannah Helker, Oklahoma Baptist, 16:57.99. 3, Maria Bernard, British Columbia, 17:18.94. 4, Sora Klopfenstein, College of Idaho, 17:52.30. 5, Kristen Garwood, Hannibal-LaGrange, 17:56.53. 6, Sarah Jerotich, Wayland Baptist, 18:04.08. 7, Leah Esposito, Carroll, 18:05.22. 8, Lila Klopfenstein, College of Idaho, 18:05.68. 9, Alyssa Rapovy, Lewis-Clark, 18:11.30. 10, Danielle Hoop, Cumberlands, 18:12.64. 16, Lauren Opp, Dordt, 18:18.92. 34, Lauren Shomaker, Hastings, 18:36.26. 46, Kayla Byl, Dordt, 18:45.48. 58, Renee Buikema, Dordt, 18:53.88. 65, Abby De Vries, Dordt, 18:59.64. 94, Lillie Koerner, Dordt, 19:11.18. 95, Jordyn Visscher, Dordt,19:11.64. 114, Jessa Sughroue, Doane, 19:19.57. 132, Kelsey Christensen, Doane, 19:27.06. 161, Katie Bonnema, Dordt, 19:41.02. 279, Haden Mikesell, College of St. Mary, 21:16.39.

Omaha woman, 30, battling breast cancer for third time
Hoops coach Donnie Johnson out at Benson
Game of the Week: Metro Conference baseball tournament
Maha Music Festival announces lineup; might be its best yet
Dining review: If you're craving sushi, head to Benson's Taita
New Benson BBQ restaurant opens next week
Nebraska AIDS Project seeking designers for Condom Fashion Show
UNO hoops adds transfer forward Daniel Meyer
March unemployment rates up slightly in Nebraska, Iowa
Man pleads not guilty in death of former roommate whose remains were found buried in basement
Iowa officials announce plan for Microsoft data center
What's going on this weekend?
Crack ring's leaders join others in prison as a result of Operation Purple Haze
A saliva-inducing look at M's Pub's new happy hour
Omahan charged in fatal shooting in Benson neighborhood
High court denies death row appeal of cult leader convicted of murder
State Department moves to delay Keystone XL pipeline decision
Nebraskan is killed in car-SUV collision
Breaking Brad: Stuck in a claw machine? You get no Easter candy
Lincoln pharmaceutical company wins funding, grant
Hastings police probe 4-year-old’s shooting death
Bluejay Talk Live: Replay
What to watch: An all-new 'Hannibal' on NBC
Stories: Remembering Brook Berringer
No matter the lineup, Husker bats paving the way
ON TWITTER »

VIDEO »
Deadline Deal thumbnail
The Jaipur in Rockbrook Village
Half Off Fine Indian Cuisine & Drinks! $15 for Dinner, or $7 for Lunch
Buy Now
PHOTO GALLERIES »
< >
SPOTLIGHT »
Blog: Dirk's 'Mad Chatter'
Dirk Chatelain offers his thoughts on the latest news from around the sports world, complete with links to the best articles, opinion columns, YouTube videos and more.
Civic Auditorium Timeline
World-Herald columnist Tom Shatel asked readers for their favorite memories of the Civic Auditorium. We combined their submissions with a few key events or moments in the auditorium's history.
CWS: Banner Years
The College World Series historical database, a growing home for historical information about past NCAA baseball championships, which have been played in Omaha since 1950.
Downtown Omaha event map
Discover the area surrounding the CenturyLink Center, TD Ameritrade Park and downtown Omaha -- including restaurants, arts & entertainment venues, hotels and local retail outlets.
Facebook: Tom Shatel's page
Get Tom Shatel's sports columns delivered straight to your Facebook feed.
Follow Tom Shatel on Twitter
Get instant analysis and commentary from World-Herald columnist Tom Shatel on Twitter.
Nebraska high school basketball's greatest night
Four elite teams. Two buzzer-beaters. One packed house. On March 11, 1989, the stars aligned and produced the best night in Nebraska high school basketball history.
Shatel's blog
Check out the latest from World-Herald sports columnist Tom Shatel.
Shatel: Tom's Take on 20 Unforgettable Years in Sports
Get World-Herald columnist Tom Shatel's book "Shatel: Tom's Take on 20 Unforgettable Years in Sports."
Super Bowl: Through the years
The Super Bowl is a yearly media madhouse. See how The World-Herald sports section's front pages portrayed each of the Super Bowl victories won by those players celebrated in our Mt. Rushmore of Super Bowl QBs.
Talk sports with World-Herald reporters
World-Herald reporters log on to talk about the latest news surrounding the Huskers, Jays, Mavericks, high schools sports and more. Check out the upcoming chat schedule or replay the latest discussions with the fans.
The disappearance of small-town football
Friday night lights across rural Nebraska are going dark. But one town, in its last season of gridiron independence, proved that school spirit is stronger than ever.
The Nebraska 100
In an historic 2005 series, The World-Herald selected the state’s all-time top 100 athletes. In a new web exclusive, see the digitized collection for the first time.
2013 college football preview
View our 2013 college football preview, a 26-page, three-part section filled with coverage of the Huskers, Big Ten conference and more.
Big Red Bowl Retrospective
See complete historical results, game recaps and photo coverage from the Nebraska Cornhuskers college football bowl game appearances, from the 1941 Rose Bowl up to today.
WORLD-HERALD ALERTS »
Want to get World-Herald stories sent directly to your home or work computer? Sign up for Omaha.com's News Alerts and you will receive e-mails with the day's top stories.
Can't find what you need? Click here for site map »