Posts Tagged: Cross Country Running

Talbot just misses victory at Dartmouth Invitational

September 17, 2014

Two-sport star Silas Talbot of Anchorage continues to deliver remarkable results for Dartmouth University. After a stellar ski season, the senior standout has carried over that success to cross-country running and he nearly won the Dartmouth Invitational in New Hampshire. Talbot finished second out of 81 runners, just missing a victory in the 8-K race… Read more »

Pasquale breaks 8K barrier at Border Battle

September 14, 2014

Chris Pasquale of Anchorage led the Viterbo University men’s cross country squad to a third-place finish at the inaugural Border Battle Invitational in Wisconsin. The junior placed seventh out of 80 runners and broke the 28-minute barrier in an 8-K for the first time in his college career. Pasquale, of Bartlett High fame, clocked a… Read more »

BYU’s Fletcher right in the mix at Autumn Classic

September 13, 2014

Brigham Young University’s Aaron Fletcher of Anchorage finished seventh out of 50 runners at the BYU Autumn Classic in Utah. He covered the four miles in 20:27. Fletcher, of South High fame, was fourth among BYU runners. There was only a 10-second gap between the Cougars No. 1 runner and No. 5 runner.

Roelle, Updike win cross country races at Whitman Invite

September 9, 2014

Alaskans Rachel Roelle and Lucas Updike of Eastern Oregon University each posted cross country victories at the season-opening competition at the Whitman Invitational in Washington. Anchorage’s Roelle won the women’s 6-K race in 23:36, 10 seconds ahead of the second-place runner. She was one of only two Eastern Oregon runners among the top 14 finishers,… Read more »

Gonzaga’s Walgren top college runner at Clash of Inland

August 31, 2014

Back in a Gonzaga jersey for the first time in a year, Robert Walgren of Anchorage looked great in his first race since his return. The senior cross country runner was the top college runner and finished second out of 88 men at the Clash of the Inland Northwest in Spokane. “He had a really… Read more »