After a solid opening at the Sundodger Invitational last Sunday, the No. 26 Washington men’s cross country team finished as the runners up in the Battle in Beantown, the first major competition of the season in Boston.
In the inaugural race of the Powells’ tenure in charge of the Washington cross country team, the Huskies gave their new coaches exactly what they were looking for.
After a summer of shakeups following the dismissal and subsequent allegations against former head coach Greg Metcalf, newly appointed director of track and field operations Maurica Powell and head coach Andy Powell are preparing to embark on their first season in charge of the program. The w…
On Friday, Greg Metcalf, longtime head coach of the University of Washington Track and Field and Cross Country teams stepped down from his position by mutual consent between the two parties.
In the final cross country race of her career, senior Amy-Eloise Neale finished second individually at the 2017 NCAA National Championships while both the women’s and men’s teams put out very respectable performances against the top programs in the country on a rainy day in Louisville, Kentucky.
On Saturday, Nov. 18, both Washington cross country teams will be in Louisville, Kentucky, to compete in the 2017 NCAA National Championships. The race will be hosted by the University of Louisville and will be held at E.P. Tom Sawyer Park.
On a beautiful day at the Jefferson Golf Course in Beacon Hill, the Washington cross country team had one of it’s best performances of the season. Competing in a field of 40 teams, all attempting to qualify, the women finished sixth while the men claimed second and an automatic spot at the 2…
This Friday, the No. 16 women’s and No. 20 men’s Washington cross country teams will compete in the 2017 NCAA Western Regionals. The UW hosts this year, with the race held at the Jefferson Park Golf Course here in Seattle.
The Washington cross country team had good showings for both the women’s and the men’s Pac-12 Championship Friday. Racing in a very competitive field, the women’s team finished in fourth while the men finished in fifth.
The championship cycle has finally arrived for cross country. This Friday, both the men’s and women’s teams will head to Springfield, Oregon, to compete in the Pac-12 Cross Country Championship. They have already ran this course after competing in the Dellinger Invitational last month.
The Washington cross country team had a mixed day in Madison Friday, participating in the ninth-annual Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational presented by Under Armor.
This week, the Washington cross country team prepares to fly out to Madison, Wisconsin, to participate in the ninth annual Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational presented by Under Armor. The 2017 iteration will see the Husky women return as defending champions, having won this race with 124 poin…
In their first action on the road of the year, both the men’s and women’s sides of the Washington cross country team secured top-five finishes, with fourth-place finishes at the Dellinger Invitational in Eugene, Oregon.
After two meets at home in Seattle, the Washington cross country team will go south Friday for its first road test of the season. The Huskies will take part in the annual Dellinger Invitational in Eugene, Oregon, going up against some of the best teams on the West Coast.
While it’s still early in the season, the Washington Huskies cross country team has continued to look impressive in its latest sweep over Eastern Washington, Seattle U, and other local schools at the Sundodger Invitational this past Saturday.
Having just come together on campus earlier this week, the Washington men’s and women’s cross country teams will get right back into action Friday with the annual UW-Seattle Dual meet.
The No. 7 Washington women’s cross country team will travel to Terre Haute, Ind., for the NCAA championships Saturday after a second place finish at West Regionals.
In last year’s cross country season, redshirt junior Amy-Eloise Neale never suited up. This year, she’s a champion of both the Pac-12 and the NCAA West Region.
A surprising West Region Championships on Friday lead to the No. 4 Washington women’s cross country team qualifying for nationals, along with junior Fred Huxham of the men's team.
The highlight of the Washington cross country team’s performance at the Pac-12 Championships on Friday was redshirt junior Amy-Eloise Neale taking home the individual title in the women’s 6,000-meter race.
The No. 4 Washington women’s cross country team surprised its competition at the Nuttycombe Invitational on Friday, winning out over some of the best teams in the country.
The No. 12 Washington women’s cross country team dominated in the Washington Invitational on Saturday as it took down No. 4 Oregon by a large margin.
The Washington cross country team will begin its 2016 campaign with momentum from last year's successful season. The men’s team finished eighth in the 2015 NCAA championships and enter this year ranking No. 8 in the U.S. Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association preseason poll.
Led by three All-Americans, the Washington men’s cross country team came in eighth, and the women’s team 10th at the NCAA championships Saturday in Louisville, Ky. It marked the first time both teams finished their season among the top 10 in the nation.
Earlier this week, Washington cross country team head coach Greg Metcalf was named the Men’s West Regional Coach of the Year. Now, Metcalf hopes it will be his team, not himself, that will take some honors in its final meet of the season.
It was a classic Seattle day at the Jefferson Golf Course on Friday as the west regional convened to qualify for a spot at the NCAA championships. Torrents of rain came from all angles, turning the grounds into mudflats and drenching everyone, but the race still went on.
Nine regional races Friday will determine 18 of the 31 available spots for next week’s NCAA championships in Louisville, Ky. The UW will host the west regional at Jefferson Park Golf Course on Friday, with the women’s race beginning at noon and the men’s race beginning at 1 p.m.
Led once again by seniors Maddie Meyers and Izaic Yorks, who each finished in third place in their respective races, both the Washington men and women’s cross country teams placed fourth at the Pac-12 championships in Colfax on Friday.
The Washington cross country teams will compete at the Zimmer Championship in Madison, Wisc., on Friday morning. It will be only the fourth meet this season, but one of the last meets before the Huskies compete in the Pac-12 Championships in Colfax, Wash., on Oct. 30.
The University of Washington cross country teams played host for a dozen Division I teams Friday afternoon at the Jefferson Park Golf Course. And the Huskies did not disappoint the local crowd.
In nearly two decades under head coach Greg Metcalf, the men and women’s cross country teams have qualified for the NCAA championships nearly every season, highlighted by a national title in 2008 for the women’s team.
For the ninth consecutive year, the 14th-ranked Washington women’s cross country team outpaced the other teams at the Sundodger Invitational at Seattle’s Lincoln Park on Saturday morning. Although Trinity Western’s Sarah Inglis took home the individual title on Saturday morning, she was foll…
Between the Washington men’s and women’s cross country teams, there is just one senior: Aaron Nelson, a 2013 All-American and the men’s team’s top finisher in every meet this year. This Saturday, in his final collegiate race, he gets his first chance to run with his teammates at Nationals.
With the national championships only one week away, the Washington cross country teams were in need of strong performances Friday at the NCAA West Regional Championships in Palo Alto, Calif.
Coming off a successful meet at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational, the Washington cross country teams had high expectations going into Friday’s Pac-12 championships at the Metropolitan Links Golf Course in Oakland, Calif. They met those expectations, with both the men’s and women’s teams com…
On Oct. 31, the Washington cross country teams will line up next to some of the other top teams in the nation as they fight for bragging rights at the Pac-12 championships in Oakland, Calif.
The Washington men’s and women’s cross country teams more than held their own Friday in a loaded field at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational, with the men finishing eighth out of the 38 teams competing and the women coming in 13th out of 40.
When they take to the course Friday, the Washington cross country teams will line up next to a handful of their highly-ranked peers at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational, one of the premier regular-season events in collegiate cross country.