Cross Country Opens Season in LynchburgThe Southern Virginia men’s and women’s cross country teams had their first race of the season at the Wildcat Invitational in Lynchburg, Virginia. The men’s and women’s teams finished in fourth and third place, respectively.
2016 Cross Country Poll and PreviewThe Capital Athletic Conference recently released the 2016 cross country preseason polls, where the men’s and women’s teams, under the direction of first-year head coach Clint May, were picked to finish ninth and sixth, respectively.
Cross Country Teams Earn Academic HonorsThe Southern Virginia cross country teams were recognized by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association on Friday, earning All-Academic honors based on the cumulative GPA of the team.
Cross Country Season RecapThe Southern Virginia men's and women's cross country teams earned respective ninth and sixth-place finishes in the Capital Athletic Conference Championships after a successful and record-breaking filled season.
Cross Country Ends Season at Conference ChampionshipsThe men's and women's cross country team traveled to St. Leonard, Maryland to participate in the Capital Athletic Conference cross country championship races. With a record-breaking run from Leah Huber the women's team took 6th place, while the men finished in 9th.
Men's Cross Country Places FifthThe Southern Virginia University men’s cross country team placed fifth at the Panther Classis hosted by Virginia Union University, beating Bowie State and Washington Adventist.
Men's Cross Country Takes EighthThe Southern Virginia Men’s Cross Country team took eighth place at the Hornet Harrier/ Commonwealth Challenge hosted by Shenandoah University.
Cross Country at Maroon InvitationalOn Saturday Southern Virginia University cross country program competed in the Maroon Invitational in Roanoke, Virginia with the women’s team taking second and the men’s team finishing in fifth place.
Men's Cross Country Places ThirdSouthern Virginia men’s cross country earned a third-place finish with a total of 80 points out of the non-division I teams at the James Madison Invitational on Saturday.