Gorham, Maine--The Clark University Men's and Women's Cross Country team raced at the NCAA New England Championships in Gorham, Maine on Saturday morning. The men placed 37th overall while the women finished 28th overall to close out the 2017 campaign.
WESTWOOD, Mass. – The New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) is pleased to announce the 2017 NEWMAC Women's Cross Country Academic All-Conference Team. A total of 69 women's cross country runners were honored. The Clark University women's cross country team placed seven runners on the list of honorees: Liza French (Middleborough, Mass.), Diana Argiles-Catillo (San Jose, Costa Rica), Camille Bales (Portland, Ore.), Rachel Donnelly-Cokinos (Monsey, N.Y.), Shannon Reault (Tyngsboro, Mass.), Emily Monahan-Morang (Freeport, Maine) and Lucy Zachau (Freeport, Maine).
Dorchester, Mass.--The Clark University men's and women's cross country teams ran in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championship on Sunday, October 29th at Franklin Park in Dorchester, Mass. The men's team placed 7th overall while the women finished in 9th.
Worcester, Mass.—The Clark University Men’s and Women’s Cross Country teams are headed to the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championships on Sunday, October 29th. The women will be racing at 11:00 a.m. while the men are set for a 12:00 p.m. start at Franklin Park in Dorchester, Mass.
Keene, N.H.--The Clark University men's cross country team placed fifth overall while the women's team placed third overall at the Keene State College Cross Country Inivitational on a brisk Saturday morning in Keene, New Hampshire.
Paxton, Mass.--The Clark University women's cross country team placed third while the men's team placed fourth overall in the Worcester City Championship at Moore State Park in Paxton, Mass. on Saturday afternoon.
Jennifer Havalchak was named the assistant coach of the Clark University men’s and women’s cross country teams in the fall of 2017. Havalchak comes to Clark University following five years serving as the Mount Holyoke head cross country coach and the assistant indoor and outdoor track and field coach.
The Clark University women’s cross country team was one of 216 NCAA Division III teams named as one of United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Academic Teams it was announced on Thursday.
Cross Country student-athlete Emily Monohan-Morang lets you inside the 2016 Clark University Men and Women's Cross Country season with her upbeat video recap with music from Parade of Lights (Feeling Electric).
Junior star Kristen Glennie (Standish, Maine) led a Clark women’s cross country contingent that finished 27th overall at the NCAA New England Regional Championships on Saturday afternoon at Stanley State Park.
Kristen Glennie became just the fourth Clark runner ever to earn all-league honors as she blazed her way to a 15th place finish at the NEWMAC women’s cross country championships on Saturday afternoon at Smith College. Overall, the Clark women finished seventh – their best finish since a program-best fifth place effort in 1997.
Five members of the Clark University women’s cross country team have been named to the New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) women’s cross country Academic All-Conference team it was announced recently by Executive Director Patrick Summers.
With a pair of runners finishing in the top 60 of a field packed with elite teams, the Clark University women’s cross country team fared well in preparation for the upcoming NEWMAC Championships with a 15th place showing at the Connecticut College Invitational on Saturday morning at Harkness State Park.
Running in a field steeped in talent throughout New England, the Clark University women’s cross country team asserted itself pretty well, finishing 12th out of 41 teams at the James Earley Invitational hosted by Westfield State at Stanley State Park on Saturday morning.
Clark University women’s cross country rising star Nicolina Braccio (Nashua, N.H.) has been named the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) women’s cross country runner of the week it was announced on Monday by the league office.
Buoyed by two of the fastest 5K times in school history, the Clark University women’s cross country team turned in an impressive seventh place finish out of 13 teams at the Saratoga Invitational hosted by RPI at Saratoga State Park.
For the second time in three races this season, the Clark University women’s cross country team had a pair of runners finish in the top ten. This time, led by those two performances, the Cougars finished third at the 33rd running of the Worcester City Championships on Friday afternoon at Moore State Park.
Behind a pair of top ten finishes, the Clark University women's cross country team kicked off the 2016 season with a fifth place finish at the Smith Invitational hosted by Smith College in Northampton, Mass on Saturday.