Senior Molly Seidel of Notre Dame, right, won the women’s cross country national championship in Louisville, Ky., on Saturday, followed by the Broncos’ Allie Ostrander, middle. Seidel finished the 6k course in 19 minutes, 28.6 seconds; Ostrander ran a 19:33.6 and finished more than 7 seconds ahead of third-place finisher Dominique Scott of Arkansas, left. New Mexico won the women’s title and Syracuse won the men’s race.
Senior Molly Seidel of Notre Dame, right, won the women’s cross country national championship in Louisville, Ky., on Saturday, followed by the Broncos’ Allie Ostrander, middle. Seidel finished the 6k course in 19 minutes, 28.6 seconds; Ostrander ran a 19:33.6 and finished more than 7 seconds ahead of third-place finisher Dominique Scott of Arkansas, left. New Mexico won the women’s title and Syracuse won the men’s race. Timothy D. Easley The Associated Press
Senior Molly Seidel of Notre Dame, right, won the women’s cross country national championship in Louisville, Ky., on Saturday, followed by the Broncos’ Allie Ostrander, middle. Seidel finished the 6k course in 19 minutes, 28.6 seconds; Ostrander ran a 19:33.6 and finished more than 7 seconds ahead of third-place finisher Dominique Scott of Arkansas, left. New Mexico won the women’s title and Syracuse won the men’s race. Timothy D. Easley The Associated Press

Boise State freshman places second in NCAA cross country

November 21, 2015 12:27 PM

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