Good luck to all the NCAA cross country athletes competing in conference championships this weekend! Look for the updated Boost Treadmills poll on November 3rd on Boost Treadmills website.
While a number of teams aren’t running this fall due to the coronavirus pandemic, Halloween weekend still features a busy slate of cross country conference championships. The following conferences will compete for the league crown (location). For the full results of each conference, click on the league name.
ACC Fri., Oct. 30 (hosted by N.C. State in Cary, NC)
Big 12 Fri., Oct. 30 (hosted by Kansas)
Conference USA Sat., Oct. 31 (hosted by UAB)
SEC Fri., Oct. 30 (hosted by LSU)
Southern moved to Sat., Nov. 21 (hosted by Mercer)
Sun Belt Sat., Oct. 31 (hosted by South Alabama)
In the Boost Treadmills Oct. 20th Cross Country poll, the Arkansas men and women were both No. 1. On the men’s side, Northern Arizona, Oklahoma State, Iowa State and BYU rounded out the top five. On the women’s side, rounding out the top five were previously unranked BYU, N.C. State, Duke and Texas. Click here for the latest Boost Treadmills Cross Country Poll.
The USTFCCCA released its first cross country poll this season on Oct. 27. Click here to see both polls.
Due to the pandemic, the NCAA Division I cross country season will officially begin on January 23, 2021. Competitions held this fall will count towards selections for the Championships on March 6. After a September vote, the NCAA Championship men’s and women’s cross country are now scheduled for March 15, 2021 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. There will be a limited field size of 255 athletes per gender.
The 2021 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships, cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic, are slated to be hosted at the University of Arkansas March 12-13, 2021.