Ducks Bound for OSU Beaver Classic

Oct. 23, 2002

EUGENE, Ore. - This weekend, the Duck women's cross country team competes in the OSU Beaver Classic in Corvallis, Ore., Sat., Oct. 26 at Avery Park.

The women's 4K race starts at 10 a.m., and Duck entries include freshmen Nicole Feest, Eleanor Gordon, Chelsea Manesh, Krissy Sonniksen and Sabrina Turner, redshirt freshman Haripurkh Khalsa, sophomore Beth Jackson, and redshirt sophomore Taylor Bryant.Meet results will be available at the www.orst.edu/groups/running web site.

Last weekend, the Duck women competed in the Pre-National Invitational at the LaVern Gibson Cross Country Course in Terre Haute, Ind., and took 18th in the white race with 503 points. The 37-team field featured 15 top-40 teams, as Oregon edged then-No. 31 Florida State (19th, 505) and then-No. 37 Idaho (24th, 552). Individually, redshirt senior Carrie Zografos led the Ducks for the second time this season (53rd, 21:35), just ahead of junior Laura Harmon (63rd, 21:41). Juniors Eri Macdonald (112th, 22:09) and Magdalena Sandoval (122nd, 22:14) and senior Erinn Gulbrandsen (153rd, 22:30) rounded out the scoring, and other Duck entrants included redshirt junior Alicia Snyder-Carlson (191st, 23:02) and Feest (19th, 23:07).

For the fourth straight week on the men's side, the Duck ross country team was tabbed fifth nationally in the Mondo Men's Cross Country Poll.

The Ducks were also tabbed fifth in weekly editions released on October 1st, 8th and 15th, after winning the Roy Griak Invitational in St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 28. In prior weeks, they opened the year tied for ninth in the preseason poll, dropped to 10th in the first regular season poll (9/17), then climbed to ninth the following week (9/24).

Oregon is one of two Pac-10 schools in the top five with No. 1 Stanford. Other teams from the Pac-10 or Western Regional receiving votes include No. 25 Arizona State and No. 34 Cal Poly SLO.

Next week, both Duck units travel to the Pacific-10 Conference Championships, Sat., Nov. 2 at Brookside Golf Course in Pasadena, Calif. Last year the Duck men and women finished third and eighth, respectively, with Hartmann (sixth) and Zografos (35th) UO's top finishers in the ASU-hosted meet.

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FinishLynx Women's Cross Country Rankings (10/21)

**Poll courtesy of www.raceberryjam.com

                                                  Rank  RankRank  Team (first place votes)  Region   Points   10/14 10/7

1 Brigham Young (11) MT 388 1 12 Stanford (2) W 379 2 23 Colorado MT 364 4 44 Wake Forest SE 347 26 265 Georgetown MA 335 5 76 North Carolina State SE 327 6 97 Northern Arizona MT 302.5 21 178 Notre Dame GL 300.5 13 129 Wisconsin GL 279 9 1010 Arkansas SC 269 10 1311 Missouri MW 259 20 2012 Columbia NE 253 12 1413 Duke SE 239 11 1114 Providence NE 219 7 815 North Carolina SE 215 14 1516 Virginia SE 201 16 1617 Arizona State W 181 8 618 Indiana GL 165 -- 3019 UCLA W 156 17 1820 Marquette GL 138 23 2321 William & Mary SE 122 24 2222 Villanova MA 119 19 2123 Michigan State GL 109 3 324 Michigan GL 94 18 1925 Washington W 77 28 2826 Toledo GL 65 -- --27 Northwestern GL 41 -- --28 Texas SC 38 -- --29 Colorado State MT 24 25 2430 Boston College NE 22 15 5-- Penn State MA 22 25-- SW Missouri State MW 27 27-- Dartmouth NE 29 29-- Yale NE 30 --

Also receiving votes: Penn State 11, Weber State 5, Ball State 1.

Sponsored by FinishLynx. All polls compiled during the season are available online at the FinishLynx site.

Voting panel consists of the nine elected regional representatives and three at large members of the Women's Intercollegiate Cross Country Coaches Association. Women's DI polls compiled by Jesse Rosen.

NE = Northeast, MA = Mid-Atlantic, SE = Southeast, GL = Great Lakes, MW = Midwest, SC = South Central, MT = Mountain, W = West, S = South. Top two teams in Regional Championships on Nov. 16 will automatically qualify for Nationals on Nov. 25. Thirteen other teams qualify based on of criteria listed in the NCAA CC Championships Manual.Click here for Mike Scott's analysis of the Women's DI teams, which he updates weekly.



MONDO Men's Cross Country Rankings (10/22)

*Poll courtesy of www.usccca.org

                                                  Rank  RankRank  Team (first place votes)  Region   Points   10/15 10/8

1 Stanford (13) W 448 1 12 Arkansas (2) SC 433 2 23 Colorado MT 424 3 34 Northern Arizona MT 405 4 45 Oregon W 381 5 56 Iona NE 365 16 167 Eastern Michigan GL 358 6 68 Central Michigan GL 333 19 189 Weber State MT 305 9 910 BYU MT 297 10 1111 Wisconsin GL 286 8 1012 Michigan GL 260 21 1913 Georgetown MA 257 7 714 Colorado State MT 233 12 1215 Minnesota MW 229 13 1316 Villanova MA 216 11 817 Providence NE 210 15 1418 Indiana GL 189 17 1719 Butler GL 164 20 2220 Ohio State GL 162 -- --21 North Carolina State SE 146 14 1522 Montana State M 141 26 2723 Michigan State GL 131 -- --24 Dartmouth NE 122 27 2125 Arizona State W 94 22 2326 Alabama S 73 -- --27 Oklahoma State MW 58 25 2628 Utah State M 46 -- 29=29 Iowa MW 41 -- --30 LaSalle MA 38 -- ---- William & Mary SE 18 20-- Duke SE 23 25-- Notre Dame GL 24 24-- New Mexico MT 28 28-- Cal Poly San Luis Obispo W 29 ---- Texas SC 30 29=

Also receiving votes: Texas 15, Princeton 12, William & Mary 8, Notre Dame 6, Washington 4, New Mexico 3, SMU 2, Nebraska 1.

Sponsored by Mondo. Voting panel consists of members of the executive committee of the United States Cross Country Coaches Association. Men's DI polls compiled by Don Kopriva, USCCCA Public Relations Director.

NE = Northeast, MA = Mid-Atlantic, SE = Southeast, GL = Great Lakes, MW = Midwest, SC = South Central, MT = Mountain, W = West, S = South. Top two teams in Regional Championships on Nov. 16 will automatically qualify for Nationals on Nov. 25. Thirteen other teams qualify based on criteria listed in the NCAA CC Championships Manual.

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