2007-08 Northern Athletics Conference Cross Country Headlines
June 10, 2008
Spartan cross country-track and field student-athlete named ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District
AURORA, Ill. -- Aurora University Spartan cross country and track and field sophomore standout Morgan Jacquette (Grayslake, IL/Grayslake H.S.) was named to the ESPN the Magazine District V Academic All-District Team.
February 26, 2008
Spartan named USTFCCCA Women's Cross Country All-Academic
AURORA, Ill. -- Aurora University women's cross country runner, sophomore Morgan Jacquette (Grayslake, IL/Grayslake HS), was named United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association 2007 women's cross country All-Academic.
February 10, 2008
Brewster's Olympic quest featured in Wisconsin State Journal
MADISON, Wis. -- Bethany Brewster, head track and cross country coach at Edgewood College, was recently featured in the Wisconsin State Journal regarding her preparations for the United States Olympic Trials in June. Brewster will attempt to qualify for the Beijing Summer Olympics in the 5,000 meter run.
October 27, 2007
MSOE men, CUW women crowned new NAC Cross Country champions
SCHILLER PARK, Ill. -- MSOE won the men's title and Concordia University Wisconsin won the women's title at the 2007 Northern Athletics Conference Cross Country Championships today at Schiller Park.
August 29, 2007
NAC releases cross country preseason polls
VERONA, Wis. -- Aurora University has been picked to win the 2007 Northern Athletics Conference Men's Cross Country Championship, while Aurora and Concordia University Wisconsin have been picked to win the Women's Championship according to the coaches' preseason poll.
July 31, 2007
Barribeau named Marian College cross country coach
FOND DU LAC, Wis. -- Marian College is pleased to announce the hiring of Archie Barribeau as the men’s and women’s cross country in its first year of reinstatement. The Sabres will begin competition this fall in the Northern Athletics Conference. Barribeau, a Marian alum, ran for the Sabres from 1993-1996 when the Sabres competed at the NAIA and Division III levels.