Men of Oregon Earn At-Large NCAA Bid
EUGENE, Ore. – The Oregon men's cross country team has earned an NCAA at-large bid with Saturday's announcement of the entire national field. The official selections come one day after the UO men were fourth at the NCAA West Regional Championships in University Park, Wash.
The Men of Oregon advance to the national meet for the 46th time in program history. The UO women ran their way to an automatic bid with a runner-up team finish at the regional meet; it will be their 33rd appearance.
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The 2022 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships will be Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Greiner Family OSU Course in Stillwater, Okla. The meet will air live on ESPNU, beginning at 7 a.m. (PT)
By way of their top-25 individual finishes, seven Ducks earned all-region accolades Friday. The women collected four honors with Izzy Thornton-Bott (fourth place), Maddy Elmore (12), Malia Pivec (23) and Harper McClain (24). Led by runner-up Aaron Bienenfeld, the men's trio of all-region performers also includes Abdinasir Hussein and Quincy Norman in 16th and 20th place, respectively.
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