MIAA Men's Cross Country Week #5 Wrap-Up

MIAA Men's Cross Country Week #5 Wrap-Up

September 30 - MIAA Athlete of the Week

USTFCCCA Regional and National Rankings

Last Week's Results

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Date Teams Event Results Links
Sep. 20 Alma, Calvin, Hope GRCC Raider Invitational - Grand Rapids, Mich.  
  Trine Ray Bullock Invitational - Upland, Ind.  
Sep. 21 Adrian, Albion Warrior Challenge - New Boston, Mich.  
  Olivet Western Ontario Invite  

Next week's Events

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Date Teams Event Results Links
Sep. 27 Calvin Notre Dame Invitational - Notre Dame, Ind.  
Sep. 28 Albion, Kalamazoo Loyola Lakefront Invitational - Chicago, Ill.  
Sep. 29 Adrian Mike Woods - Mt. Morris, N.Y.  

Around the MIAA


The Bulldogs took part in the Mike Woods Invitational hosted by SUNY Geneseo on Saturday. Robert Diebold led the men with a 38th place finish out of 314 runners, with a mark of 27:02.9. 


Kiehl Smith, Adam Ditri and Aaron Weimer finished among the top 23 runners as Albion College surged to eighth place out of 31 teams in the Loyola Lakefront Invitational on Saturday. The top three Britons were separated by just 39 seconds at the finish. Smith was sixth in the field of 274 runners, reaching the finish line in 26:09.03. Ditri was 20th (26:37.97) and Weimer was 23rd (26:48.43).


Did not compete. Alma is back in action Oct. 4 at the Lansing Invitational.

No. 8 Calvin

Did not compete. The Knights ranked atop the Great Lakes Region in the Oct. 1 release of the regional poll.


Did not compete.


The Hornets finished 27th overall at the Loyola Lakefront Invitational in Chicago, Ill. on Saturday. Jackson Kelly led Kalamazoo with a time of 27:44 to finish 70th overall. Caleb Patton (31:09), Lucas Rizzolo (31:27), Sam Meyer (31:32), and David Kent (37:53) rounded out the top five finishers for the Hornets. Kalamazoo is scheduled to be back in action next Saturday, Oct. 5 at the Louisville Classic.


Did not compete last week. Will run Friday at the Lansing Community College Invitational.


The Thunder rank sixth in the Great Lakes Region, according to USTFCCCA.