Category: Cross Country (M)

Teams’ seasons end at regional

Teams’ seasons end at regional

The Alabama men’s and women’s cross-country teams saw their seasons come to an end at the NCAA South Regional they hosted at the Harry Pritchett Running Park on Friday. The top two teams from the regional received automatic bids to the NCAA Championships. The men ran first on Friday and finished 13th out of 26 teams. The women ran later […]

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Tide prepares for championships

The University of Alabama cross-country teams are ready to be competitive and travel to Gainesville, Fla., to compete in the SEC Championships Friday. The men’s team had several competitive finishes it hopes will prepare it for the conference championships, including a seventh-place finish at the hometown Crimson Classic meet. “As a team in the SEC, it’s pretty hard since we’re […]

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UA cross-country team to host Crimson Classic

Head coach Dan Waters said all he can ask of his runners is to go out and compete to their utmost this season. He expects nothing less as the Crimson Tide hosts the annual Crimson Classic at the Harry Pritchett Running Park Friday. “They’ve all really shown that they’ve progressed well through their training throughout the season so far,” Waters […]

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Tide freshman named Freshman of the Week

University of Alabama freshman Elias Hakansson of Halmstad, Sweden, was named the Southeastern Conference Men’s Track and Field Freshman of the Week on Tuesday, the SEC Office announced. Hakansson broke a 15-year-old school record in the men’s weight throw last Saturday as Alabama finished second in the men’s standings at the Mark Colligan Memorial in Lincoln, Neb. The school record […]

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Both UA cross country teams head to regionals

The men’s and women’s cross country teams will head to Tallahassee, Fla., on Friday, Nov. 9 for the NCAA South Region Championships. “We’re in the best spot that we’ve been all year,” assistant distance coach Adam Tribble said. The Tide will be taking on Memphis, Florida State and the usual conference competitors such as Arkansas and Florida, who placed first […]

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