The Caltech men's and women's cross country teams have qualified for the list of NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Scholar Teams of the Year as named by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
The Caltech Men's and Women's Cross Country teams competed at the SCIAC Multi-Duals in La Mirada Park on Friday, where the women posted the best overall team finish in program history, beating four SCIAC schools.
The addition of a second straight recruiting class rich in depth and talent has the 2017 Caltech cross country team boasting a sizeable roster dominated by youth while leaning heavily on several key returners. This combination has the program poised for its most successful fall yet.
The Caltech men's and women's cross country and track & field teams have followed up one of their best recruiting classes in program history from last season with yet another, this year bringing in 14 newcomers to join the most successful squads in a decade.
SALEM, Ore. – Caltech women’s cross country recorded its best finish in program history at the NCAA West Regional, with freshman Sophie Walton earning All-West Region honors thanks to a 19th-place finish.
CLAREMONT, Calif. – Freshman Sophie Walton placed fourth overall and set another program record and led the Beavers to their lowest-ever team average time as Caltech cross country competed in the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational on Saturday for its final tune-up before the SCIAC Championships.
FULLERTON, Calif. – Freshmen Simon Ricci (Chicago, Ill. / Latin School of Chicago) and Sophie Walton (Emerald Hills, Calif. / Sequoia) each set new Caltech cross country program records at the inaugural Biola Invitational on Saturday morning.
REDLANDS, Calif. – The Caltech cross country team’s mass infusion of new talent served immediate notice of its presence with a spectacular season-opening performance at the Redlands Invitational on Saturday.
PASADENA, Calif. - Whereas last season could have been considered one of transition, the 2016 Caltech cross country team is focused on solidifying the foundation built by last year?s freshman class, in part due to the addition of a whopping 15 rookies.
PASADENA, Calif. – The Caltech men's cross country and track & field programs add 10 newcomers, including eight distance runners, one thrower and one sprinter heading into the 2016-17 seasons. The class consists of: