2014 wiac cross country conference meet

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2014 wiac cross country conference meet

WIAC Men's and Women's Swimming & Diving Championships Use Meet Mobile to follow championship results via your mobile device. The UW-Stout women's cross country team finished fourth at the Wisconsin at the WIAC Cross Country Championships, presented by Culver's, S. The UW-Stout men's and women's cross country teams will compete at the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Cross Country.

The men's cross country team, winners of a league-best 32 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference WIAC championships, captured the league title in and under Stanley. The Eagles had four runners finish in the top and nine in the top at the conference championships. Ineight runners placed in the top, including five in the top UWL placed second at the league meet in as five runners finished in the top The Eagles were also second in with all seven runners placing in the top A total of 24 All-WIAC cross country honors have been earned under Stanley, including nine first team selections and seven second team choices.

Four runners finished in the top-nine at the WIAC Championships and five in the top at the league meet as UWL recorded its fourth back-to-back conference crowns in school history and first since Laura Mead captured her second straight individual WIAC title inbecoming the seventh runner in league history to accomplish the feat.

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She is the second runner in school history to win back-to-back crowns joining Tori Neubauer Mead, Neubauer and Julia Ruddare the only runners in UWL history to capture two individual conference titles. She became the first runner to place in the top since Stephanie Perleberg finished seventh in The Eagles finished 19th in and 25th in at the national cross country championships under Stanley. Stanley took the reins of a program near the bottom of the Ohio Athletic Conference OAC and moved it progressively higher.

The Pioneer women also recorded three sixth-place showings, under Stanley. Stanley recruited and coached Caleb Muller at Marietta Ohioa national qualifier in the 10,meters at the outdoor national championships. He was also a national qualifier in Muller became the first male in school history to win an OAC cross country title in He was the outdoor national champion and third at the indoor meet. He is in his 19th year teaching science at Sparta Wis.

High School and also acting as a technology mentor for the district.

2014 wiac cross country conference meet

Prior to teaching in Sparta, Geiwitz taught for five years at Beloit Wis. Gordy was third in the meter dash and seventh in the meter dash while being a member of the third-place 4xmeter relay. A member of three national championship teams, Gordy was a four-time U. He won the meter dash at the WIAC Indoor Championships while placing second in the meter dash and meter dash at the indoor meet.

2014 wiac cross country conference meet

He earned his undergraduate degree from UWL in English education in and is currently in the student affairs administration in higher education master's degree program at UWL.

Sauerman, Dan Otto and Luke Rohloff qualified in the meter hurdles at the outdoor national championships with Sauerman finishing seventh earning All-America honors. Sauerman ranks fourth High School, coaching nine state qualifiers. Spooner had a second-place finisher in the meter hurdles at the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association WIAA along with a third-place finish in the long jump and sixth-place finish in the 3,meter run.

He coached four athletes to school records while at Spooner.

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Ackerson graduated from Spooner in Since the season, Stout has had at least one individual qualify to the national cross country country championship. The team placed 22nd at the national meet. The Blue Devil team sent one runner to the men's cross country national championship and two men and one woman earned all-WIAC honorable mention honors. The Blue Devil women's cross country team continued to make marches in the tough WIAC, finishing fourth, marking the fourth consecutive year Stout has improved their finish.

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Thorn went on to a fourth place regional finish and earned All-America honors with a seventh place national finish. On the men's side, Tony Carr kept Stout's national qualification string alive when he advanced to the national meet.

The Blue Devils qualified as the fifth place team out of regionals and finished 23rd as a team. Patrick Jenkins repeated as an All-American with a 13th place finish. On the women's side, Kathleen Thorn, who set a school record in the 6K, and Jordan Kelch became the first Blue Devil women to qualify to the national meet since Jenkins was the WIAC champion in the indoor m, and the outdoor m and 10,m. As a team, the Blue Devil men finished fourth at the conference meet, the highest placing since the season.

As a team, Stout ranked nationally as high as 25th and placed eighth at the Midwest Regionals, sending Jenkins and Keene to the national championship, where Jenkins earned All-American honors. The women's team improved three spots at the regional meet. On the track, Jenkins earned three All-America awards and Paul Van Grinsven advanced to the outdoor nationals in the steeplechase. The season will always go down as a memorable year in Schauf's coaching career. Schauf was named the WIAC men's cross country coach of the year.

Schauf is the first coach in program history to earn the conference award.

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UW-Stout also placed seventh at the Midwest Regional, one of the highest finishes in school history. Patrick Jenkins also advanced to the national championship, narrowly missing All-America honors in his first year as a Blue Devil.

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Nelson added a national championship during the indoor track and field season, and two national championship medals during the outdoor track and field season. Johnston became the first Blue Devil All-American since when he finished 22nd. That cross country championship turned out to a turning point for Nelson. While not earning All-American honors, it was the last time Nelson did not earn All-American honors at a national championships that he attended.

Nelson continued to excel, winning the Indoor meter crown and the and 10,meter outdoor national crowns. A mathematics teacher in the district's middle school, Schauf calculated the Bulldogs' progressive success. The boys team twice qualified to the WIAA state championships, finishing 12th in and third in