More than 500 cross country runners from schools across New York and New Jersey gathered for the NCAA Division III Atlantic Region Championships this Saturday, Nov. 14, which were hosted by SUNY Geneseo.
Most of the men’s cross country team wasn’t even born when the College’s New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship streak began, but that didn’t stop the team from adding another year to the now 22-year winning streak on Saturday, Oct. 31. The team garnered 31 points to narrowly beat out Ramapo’s 37 points.
As foreboding rain swept the East Coast this Friday, over 100 of the region’s finest cross country teams, scattered across all three Divisions, gathered at Lehigh University for its renowned Paul Short Invitational.
Men’s and women’s cross country dominated the Delaware University International this Saturday, Sept. 12, using pack running to powerful effect against their contenders, which included conference rivals Rowan University.
The College is known for priding itself in its versatile student body — Chloe Yelle is no exception. The sophomore urban education and English double major can be seen representing the College on and off the track. As a College Ambassador and member of the women’s varsity track and field team, Yelle is proud to be a Lion.
Last year, the men’s and women’s cross country teams dominated their competition in the New Jersey Athletic Conference, but were unable to secure a spot to nationals after the women’s team took 10th place and the men took 13th in the Division III Atlantic Regionals.