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Cross Country

Hoosiers stay unblemished at Invitational

The Hoosiers started Homecoming with a bang Saturday, beginning with the IU cross country teams dominating the Sam Bell Invitational in Bloomington.


IU runs past ranked opponents

The IU cross country team put themselves on the national map this weekend at the Paul Short Memorial Invitational in Bethlehem, Pa.


Top teams meet in Pennsylvania

After thrashing the competition the past few meets, the IU cross country teams are met with their biggest test in their young season Friday in Bethlehem. Pa. The Paul Short Invitational brings in several ranked opponents for the Hoosiers.



Freshman Erica Ridderman, junior Natalie Goolik and freshman Verena Vogel of the IU women’s cross country team run in a pack Saturday morning during the women’s 5k race of the Indiana Open cross country meet. Goolik finished seventh; Ridderman placed 10th and was followed by Vogel who took 11th out of 22 competitors.

Program’s history spans 99 years

Since cross country was introduced to IU in 1910, the Hoosiers have run a clean, storied program over the last 99 years.


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Runners set pace for tough Big Ten season

With Big Ten competition slowly creeping up on the men’s and women’s cross country teams, adrenaline begins to rise and nerves dwindle.


Sophomore Andrew Poore (center) leads a pack of Hoosiers and Butler's Rob Mullett through the LaVern Gibson Championship Course on Friday evening in Terre Haute. Poore finished second behind Mullett, and the Hoosiers took the next four places to finish first as a team.

Hoosiers win big at Indiana Intercollegiate

With lofty expectations looming over the Indiana cross country team, the men’s and women’s teams both prevailed with first-place finishes Saturday at the Indiana Intercollegiate. 


Sophomore Andrew Poore (center) leads a pack of Hoosiers and Butler's Rob Mullett at Indiana Intercollegiates on Friday evening in Terre Haute. Poore finished second behind Mullett, and the Hoosiers took the next four places to finish first as a team.

IU cross country wins big

The IU men's and women's cross country teams won in convincing fashion at the Indiana Intercollegiate on Friday.


Team performs solidly at the Indiana Open

Despite low numbers and a conservative approach to the meet, the IU men’s and women’s cross country teams looked solid Saturday morning at the Indiana Open.



Hoosier runners perform well at Indiana Open

Despite low numbers and a conservative approach to the meet, the IU men’s and women’s cross country team looked very solid Saturday morning at the Indiana Open.


Teams begin 2009 seasons at Indiana Open

After a rigorous offseason workout regimen, the IU men’s and women’s cross country teams look to put their training to the test this weekend at the Indiana Open.



Runners compete in 72nd Jamboree

Looking to make long strides forward in their season, the IU men’s and women’s cross country team will travel to Stillwater, Okla., this weekend, home to the nation’s oldest cross country race.


Sophomore Sarah Pease leads teammate senior Kristina Trcka in the 27th Annual Indiana Intercollegiates meet Friday at the IU course. Pease and Trcka finished 5th and 8th respectively to help the team to a second place finish.

Teams lead massive in-state field in home invite

The IU cross country teams set a pace for the long haul after hosting the Indiana Intercollegiates on Friday. The Hoosiers had strong showings from both the men’s and women’s teams as the athletes kicked the dust off their shoes and ran in their first scored meet.The women’s team came in second place with 57 points, outdone by only Purdue, who finished with 45.The men began the season strong as well, claiming first place with 33 points in the field of 21 teams. Senior Brennon Plotner paced the men’s field, coming in first overall with a time of 25:03 in the men’s 8-kilometer race, while freshman Andrew Poore was close behind, finishing second 7 seconds later.

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