Cross Country CAC Championship Race PreviewThe Southern Virginia men’s and women’s cross country teams head to the campus Penn St.-Harrisburg this weekend for the Capital Athletic Conference Championship races Saturday morning.
Cross Country Fourth at Virginia UnionThe Southern Virginia men’s cross country team earns a first place finish out of six teams at the Virginia Union Meet Friday, October 7. The women finished fourth out of five teams.
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.
Leah Huber Earns CAC Weekly HonorSouthern Virginia senior Leah Huber was named the Capital Athletic Conference women's cross country player of the week on October 20, 2015.
Women's Cross Country Wins MeetThe Southern Virginia University Women’s cross country placed first at the Panther Classic, hosted by Virginia Union University Leah Huber broke the program's 5K record with a time of 18:41, placing second.
Women's Cross Country Places SecondThe Southern Virginia Women’s Cross Country team took second place at the Hornet Harrier/ Commonwealth Challenge hosted by Shenandoah University on Saturday, with help from a record-breaking 5K time by Leah Huber.