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A connection between old and new. A farewell and an announcement. For IU cross-country, it was a season that ended historically. Both men and women exhibited a program on the rise in different paths.
Every bead of sweat, every brutal workout and every previous meet has all led to this. IU cross-country sends its men’s and women’s teams to the NCAA National Championships in Terre Haute, Indiana on Saturday.
Kelsey Harris knew her career could be over. With an opportunity to race for a national championship before her career came to a close, the senior left everything out on the Thomas Zimmer Championship Cross Country Course.
Cross-country coaches call it “peaking” — improving over the course of the year until you reach your best for the most important and competitive meets of the season.
On her biggest stage yet, IU sophomore Bailey Hertenstein raised her hands in the air as she crossed the line after her latest triumph — a second place finish in the Big Ten Championships.
IU cross-country is coming off one of its best seasons in recent memory. On Sunday in Columbus, Ohio, the Hoosiers have an opportunity to top last year’s success.
It’s a crisp Friday in October, and Bailey Hertenstein is focused. The sophomore’s eyes dodge the spectators lining the home stretch. She does not see 2018 Big 12 cross-country champion Cailie Logue to her left. And Hertenstein isn't looking for the iconic Notre Dame Golden Dome on the horizon.
With IU cross-country’s top runners in Madison, Wisconsin, for the Nuttycombe Invitational, some young Hoosiers had an opportunity to steal the spotlight at Pre-Nationals in Terre Haute, Indiana. Sophomore Jake Gebhardt was 84th in the men’s blue race to lead seven IU runners. Sophomore Abi Little was 28th in the women’s white race as the best of six Hoosiers.
Two approaches, two different results. IU cross-country saw its women’s and men’s team have two race plans at the Nuttycombe Invitational with mixed results.
One more dress rehearsal. IU cross-country will split up this weekend to compete in its final meets of the season before the postseason begins.
At the Joe Piane Invite in South Bend, Indiana, the Hoosiers saw their best runners put on some sparkling performances among the nation’s best.
Midterms are here, and a real test has arrived for the IU cross-country team.
One week after the Commodore Class, the Hoosiers ran just six men and four women at the John McNichols Invitational.
Just one race into her second year, IU cross-country sophomore Bailey Hertenstein went somewhere no cross-country runner wearing cream and crimson has ever gone. The sophomore from Florida was named the NCAA Women’s National Cross-Country Athlete of the Week by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Tuesday afternoon.
Big shoes can be hard to fill. For IU sophomore Bailey Hertenstein, those shoes were All-American Maggie Davis, the Hoosier top cross-country runner who graduated last spring.
As the weather cools, the cross-country season heats up. IU cross-country will head to Nashville this weekend to race in the Commodore Classic. The Hoosiers will race their top lineup for the first time this year.
Kyle Mau is not an ordinary runner. The Hoosier senior blazes on the cross-country course as if there are hot coals on his feet.
Lightning struck a few miles from the Miami University cross-country course. Then Hunter Moore struck.
Building on nearly unparalleled success is never easy. IU cross-country saw both the men’s and women’s teams qualify for the NCAA Championships last year for the first time since 2013. Now the Hoosiers in a new season look to further grow the program.