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"I kind of had that feeling entering the meet that San Francisco and New Mexico were kind to win at least two back-to-back titles; Colorado was the last in and NCAA Cross Country Championships Michigan State ; . Jones Selected Honda Sports Award Winner for Cross Country. Meet Fresno XC Invitational Stanford Invitational Master's University XC .. West Championships, the highest finish for the men since and the boys' cross country team qualified for six state championship meets Made his collegiate cross country debut at the George Kyte Classic (mi) in Flagstaff. Hawaii HHSAA Cross Country State Championships - Oct 25, Pearl City High School 12 22 24 48 62 (74) = Danson Honda, Paul.

In track and field, he claimed OAC titles in the indoor 5,meter run and outdoor 10,meter run. Tyler Bauer of Muhlenberg College, a junior biology and music major with a 3. He earned All-America honors for the second straight year in the javelin, finishing sixth this season after claiming a fifth-place finish last year.

The three-time Centennial Conference champion in the javelin, he earned conference championships Most Outstanding Performer honors this year. The school and conference championship record-holder in the event, he earned Centennial Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors.

A nursing major with a 3. A four-time Capital Athletic Conference titlist in cross country, he earned CAC Runner of the Year honors five times cross country twice, indoor track twice, outdoor track oncewinning conference titles 16 times in all in his career.

An engineering technology major with a 3. He earned the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title for the third straight year in the decathlon, while winning the WIAC title in the heptathlon for the second straight year. John Crain of North Central College, a sociology major with a 3.

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He also finished second in the outdoor 5,meter run and second in the cross country national championships during this school year, part of four national runner-up honors in his career. University of Mount Union junior Sean Donnelly is an exercise science major with a 3.

Donnelly dominated the throwing events this year in Division III, winning the hammer throw and shot put titles at the Division III Outdoor Championship, while winning the indoor title in the weight throw with the second-best mark in Division III history.

He also placed seventh in the outdoor discus, part of his six career All-American honors. Whitworth University senior Jonathan Hoff is an engineering physics major with a 3. He earned Northwest Conference outdoor titles in both the meter hurdles and the long jump. Meadows was part of five conference championships during her career at TLU, including four in track and field. Eagle is a Rock Island, Illinois, native and a 3.

Eagle earned three All-America honors in her high-jumping career after finishing second in both the and Outdoor Championships and third at the Indoor Championships. An education major with a 3. She is a Slinger, Wisconsin, native. University also has two representatives on the first team: Etherington, a systems engineering major from Deer Park, Illinois, with a 3. A six-time All-America, Etherington posted a school-record 4. She is a three-time All-America in cross country and won the national championship this spring in the 3,meter steeplechase.

Indoors, she earned All-America status in both the 3, and 5,meter races, the latter for the third consecutive year. She was a third-team selection in An accounting student with a 3. Inshe posted a runner-up performance in the shot and a fourth-place showing in the discus.

Williams College's Amina Avril, who earned a 3.

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This year, the Decatur, Georgia, native won the weight throw at the indoor championship and the hammer throw outdoors with school record tosses of You say that two of the things you like are running and traveling.

For the most part during our season, we stay in the Midwest in Minnesota and Wisconsin. In the summerI went on a track and field trip to South Africa with the organization Athletes in Action. It was a life-changing experience and I hope to go back someday in the future! How does sport fit into your academic pursuits? Your life in general? An outlet for your competitive instincts, social life, a bit of both? I graduated a year early this past spring and I am currently pursuing a MA in Speech language pathology.

Academics and athletics have both always been important aspects of my life. Graduate school can be intense at times, but running is both a stress relief and a tool that teaches me that I can get through things even when they are hard.

It has taught me both mental and physical toughness. Running is a way that I have grown in my Christian faith as well. While I enjoy running and set goals for myself to achieve, I always choose a Bible verse, a person, or a cause to run for other than myself. I learn that I can pray myself through races. I learn that I can calm my nerves at the start line by imagining God is right next to me holding my hand Psalm I learn to trust that I can perform well race to race.

This year was a big year for me, because it was a comeback year. Last year, I was having an awful year racing and was feeling exhausted all the time.

I could barely get out of bed in the morning and could hardly complete my studying. I finally found out that I was severely anemic and I was devastated. It took me over six months to stop feeling dizzy all the time and to start feeling normal running again.

While last season was a big disappointment to me, it taught me humbleness and that God is strong even when I am at my weakest point. It was amazing to see how God has restored my health. He has restored the joy of running to me. The Joy of the Lord is my strength Nehemiah 8: Do you view running as a permanent part of your life?

I hope to continue to run competitively for as long as I am healthy and able to do so. I often run in road races during the spring and summer too. Last year, I also helped coach cross country at Kennedy high school.

I hope to have the opportunity to do this again in the future as I enjoy working with kids and I realize the importance of investing in young runners! Do you have any ambitions in running aside from participating?

Desires to see how far you can take your talent or is the sport more a piece of your overall life plan?

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I plan on running with the University of Minnesota Running Club this spring for track for the first time and again next year during my last year of graduate school. After that, I would like to continue to run competitively with a club team in Minnesota or wherever else I may end up.

Running is something I love to do and I hope that other people are able to see how passionate I am about it. While I always have goals about how fast I would like to run races, my bigger goal is that my running can positively impact other people in some way.

I mentioned before that I enjoy working with kids and also took a trip to South Africa to work with them. I hope that I have more opportunities to do things like this in the future.