INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Committee has announced the participants for the 2017 NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships.

In order to be eligible to participate in the championships, teams and individuals had to qualify in their respective NCAA regional competitions that were held this past weekend.

Thirty-two teams were selected to participate in each championship. The top three, seven-person teams automatically qualified from each of the eight regions, for a total of 24 teams. Eight additional teams were selected at-large. A minimum of 24 additional individuals were selected to participate in each championship through an automatic qualifier and at-large selection process. The list of advancing teams and individuals is outlined below.

The championships will be held Nov. 18 in Evansville, Indiana, at Angel Mounds. The University of Southern Indiana and the Evansville Sport Corporation will serve as the co-hosts of the championships. The women’s race will begin at 9:30 a.m. Eastern time, followed by the men’s race at 10:30 a.m. Eastern time.

NCAA cross country fans can watch the live streams of the NCAA Cross Country Championships as FloTrack Pro subscribers for a monthly price of $19.99 or an annual price of $150. The subscription will include access to all FloTrack live broadcasts, video on-demand from all events, documentaries, technique videos and more. Since there is a registration process, it is recommended that you register early to ensure you do not miss any of the action.  Also, as a way for fans to enjoy the content after the championships, a free replay of all three events will be available on FloTrack.com.

Women’s Qualifying Teams

School  Region
Adams State South Central

Alaska Anchorage

West

Anderson (South Carolina)

Southeast

Assumption

East

Augustana (South Dakota)

Central

Cal State San Marcos

West

California (Pennsylvania)

Atlantic
California Baptist West

California Poly Pomona

West
Chico State West

Colorado School of Mines

South Central

Colorado-Colorado Springs

South Central 

Dallas Baptist University

South Central

Edinboro

Atlantic

Embry-Riddle (Florida)

South

Grand Valley State

Midwest

Hillsdale

Midwest

Lee

South 

Minnesota Duluth

Central

Mount Olive

Southeast

Northern Michigan

Midwest

Oklahoma Baptist

Central

Pittsburg State

Central

Queens (North Carolina)

Southeast

Roberts Wesleyan

East 

Saint Leo

South

Shippensburg

Atlantic
Simon Fraser West

Stonehill

East

University of Mary

Central

Walsh

Midwest

Western State

South Central

Men’s Qualifying Teams 

School Region
Adams State South Central

Alabama-Huntsville

South

American International

East

Augusta

Southeast

Augustana (South Dakota)

Central

Bellarmine

Midwest

California Baptist

West

Central Missouri

Central

Chico State

West 

Colorado School of Mines

South Central 

Colorado State-Pueblo

South Central

Dallas Baptist University

South Central 

Edinboro

Atlantic 

Grand Valley State

Midwest

Indiana (Pennsylvania)

Atlantic

Lee

South

Lewis

Midwest

Merrimack

East

Minnesota Duluth

Central

Missouri Southern State

Central 

Mount Olive

Southeast

Queens (North Carolina)

Southeast

Rogers State

South Central

Saint Leo

South

Shippensburg

Atlantic
Sioux Falls Central

Southern Indiana

Midwest

Stonehill

East
Walsh Midwest
West Texas A&M South Central
Western Oregon West
Western State South Central

Women’s Individual Qualifiers

Atlantic Region

Kelsey Chambers, Wheeling Jesuit

Sydney Pineault, West Virginia Wesleyan

Kaitlyn Workman, Wheeling Jesuit

Central Region

Dakotah Bullen, Northern State

Mary Carr, Southwest Baptist

Sasha Hovind, Northern State

Sierra Mortenson, Washburn

East Region

Kendall Fitzgerald, Post

Laura Morrison, Southern Connecticut State

Talya Williams, LIU Post

Midwest Region

Hope Jones, Southern Indiana

Jade Smith, Malone

South Region

Caren Bartuin, West Alabama

Katie Nelson, Montevallo

South Central Region

Rebekah Hernandez, Texas A&M International 

Erin Renner, Fort Lewis

Miriam Roberts, Colorado State-Pueblo

Southeast Region

Madison Hiatt, Wingate

Darroneshia Lott, Coker

Katherine Yost, Georgia College

West Region

Hannah Benoit-Bucher, Point Loma

Tatiana Gillick, Humboldt State    

Swann Phelippeau, Academy of Art

Kennedy Rufener, Western Oregon

Ella Verhees, UC San Diego

Men’s Individual Qualifiers

Atlantic Region

Jeremey Parsons, Slippery Rock

Jason Weitzel, Concord

Central Region

Bashir Aidrus, Southwest Minnesota State

Jacob Klemz, Washburn

Brian Newkirk, Emporia State

Austin Pasch, Minnesota State Mankato

Josh Young, Minnesota State Univ. Moorhead  

East Region

Sean Beney, Le Moyne

Tyler McLaren, Southern New Hampshire Univ.

Christopher Sims, Roberts Wesleyan

Midwest Region

Trevor Holowaty, Ferris State

Daniel Michalski, Cedarville

James Ngandu, Tiffin

Armando Torres, Wisconsin-Parkside

South Region

Matt Graves, Embry-Riddle (Florida)

Victor Onyango, West Alabama

Bobby Ormsby, Florida Southern

Trey Simons, Morehouse

South Central Region

Omer Almog, Eastern New Mexico

David Kimaiyo, Colorado-Colorado Springs

Southeast Region

Luke Greer, Carson-Newman

Mason Hazel, Anderson (South Carolina)

Silus Kipkoech, UNC Pembroke

West Region

Gatien Airiau, Academy of Art

Ruben Dominguez, California Poly Pomona

Edwin Kangogo, Alaska Anchorage

Jeremey Porter, Azusa Pacific