Elizabethtown, Moravian, Susquehanna
vs. NCAA Championships
@ Hosted by Wilmington - Mason, Ohio
Elizabethtown, Goucher, Juniata, Moravian, Scranton, Susquehanna
vs. NCAA Mideast Regional
@ Hosted by Dickinson - Newville, Pa.
vs. NCAA Southeast Regional
@ Hosted by Berry - Rome, Ga.
vs. NCAA Atlantic Regional
@ Hosted by Rochester - Rochester, N.Y.
vs. ECAC Championships
@ Westfield, Mass.
vs. Landmark Championships
@ Towson, Md.
News & Videos
November 22, 2014 - News Cross Country Concludes at NCAA Championships The Elizabethtown women's team and three Landmark men's cross country runners wrapped up the season at the NCAA Championships on Saturday.[ Read More ]
November 19, 2014 - News Landmark Names Fall All-Sportsmanship Teams The Landmark Conference has named 50 student-athletes to the All-Sportsmanship Team. The All-Sportsmanship Team includes one student-athlete from each...[ Read More ]
November 16, 2014 - News Landmark Runners Qualify for NCAA Championships The Elizabethtown women's team received an at-large bid after finishing third at the Mideast Regional on Saturday, while the Landmark had three of...[ Read More ]
November 14, 2014 - News Friday Focus with Colin Eberhardt The Landmark Conference catches up with Susquehanna runner Colin Eberhardt.[ Read More ]More News
Athlete Of The Week
Men's Athlete of the Week Dillon Farrell, Moravian (Sr., North Wales, Pa.) Farrell placed fourth of 337 runners in the Open Race at the Princeton University Invitational, finishing the 8,000-meter race in a season-best time of 24:37, just two seconds shy of his school record set on the same course last fall. Farrell had the second fastest time for a NCAA Division III runner in the two races at the meet, finishing just one second slower than a runner from Haverford College that ran in the Championship Race.
Women's Athlete of the Week Ashley West, Susquehanna (Jr., East Hampton, N.Y.) West placed seventh overall at the Gettysburg Invitational on Saturday. She finished the 6,000 meter race with a time of 23:17.4. The Crusaders finished third in a field of 30 teams.
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