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Cross country hopes to finish season with a top 10 finish

(11/12/15 1:49pm)

Months of training — dating back in the early summer months — have led to this Friday’s regional, which has the potential to be the last meet of the year for the Central Michigan cross country team.The Chippewas will compete in Madison, Wisconsin in the Great Lakes Regional Meet for a chance to advance as a team or as individuals to the NCAA National Championship Meet on Nov.

Cross country confident heading into regional after third, fourth place finishes at MAC Championships

(11/01/15 6:03pm)

CANTON, Ohio — After achieving top five finishes at the Mid-American Conference Championship meet on Saturday, the men’s and women’s cross country teams now turn their focus toward the Regional Championship.The women, led by sophomore and First Team All-MAC selection Kirsten Olling (21:10, seventh place), finished third overall, just one point behind Bowling Green in the 6K race.

Chippewas look to end decade-long drought at MAC Championships

(10/28/15 11:19pm)

Following a successful regular season, the Central Michigan cross country team is preparing for the Mid-American Conference Championships on Saturday in Akron, Ohio.The Chippewas are currently ranked third in the MAC on the women’s side and 10th in the Great Lakes Region, while the men are ranked fifth in the MAC and 15th in the region.

Cross country looks to MAC Championships after solid showing at Pre-Nationals

(10/18/15 2:49pm)

The Chippewas are peaking at the right time, with five runners posting personal records at Saturday’s Pre-Nationals meet with two weeks until the Mid-American Conference Championship.Senior Nate Ghena (24:11) along with freshmen Luke Anderson (25:28), Mark Beckman (25:38), Samantha Allmacher (21:46), and Megan O’Neill (21:48) all posted their top times of the season enroute to a 13th place finish for the men in the 8K race, and a sixth place finish for the women in the 6K.

Cross country holds out top runners at Oakland Invite with Pre-Nationals on deck

(10/09/15 11:49pm)

With Pre-Nationals looming on Oct. 17, the Central Michigan cross country team held out its top runners at the Oakland Golden Grizzlies Short Course on Friday.Head Coach Matt Kaczor held out seniors Nate Ghena, Silas Dekalita, junior Spencer Nousain and sophomore Joseph Emmanuel on the men’s side, and sophomore Kirsten Olling, seniors Kelly Schubert and Breanne Lesnar for the women.