Cal cross country looks forward to future after tumultuous season

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA., September 3, 2016,—Cal Men's Cross Country at the San Francisco Invitational at Golden Gate Park .

Brendel and Corcoran led the men’s pack for most of the season, but lack of depth and standout talent was the team’s Achilles’ heel. The women also had a roster that ran shallow, but Knights and Oakley carried the team. The freshman-senior duo’s flat-out dominant performances in every meet of the season were enough to boost the the women to the NCAA Championships in Louisville, Kentucky.
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Maier races to NCAA Championships with teammates

This Monday at the LaVern Gibson Championship Course in Terre Haute, Ind., senior Deborah Maier will approach the chalk line again at the NCAA Championships. Looking across the line last year, Maier saw Villanova star Sheila Reid and a little farther down Georgetown All-American Emily Infeld. Behind her was nothing
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Maier, Cal women qualify for national meet

Seniors Deborah Maier, Taylor Dutch and Chelsea Reilly have been working in the shadow of the men’s cross country team over their Cal careers. This Saturday at the West Regionals in Stanford, Calif., the women finally emerged, earning a berth to the NCAA Championships for the first time in 23
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Talent on display this Saturday at Pac-12 Championships

The strongest cross country conference this year is not the Big Ten, SEC or Big-12. It’s the Pac-12, a conference filled with perennial powerhouses and some of the nation’s top runners. They will all be competing this Saturday at the Pac-12 Championships run on Wigwam Golf Course in Litchfield Park,
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Cal to face top competition at first major meet

After a series of tune-up meets, the Cal cross country team will participate in its first major meet this Saturday when it travels to Falcon Heights, Minn., to compete in the 26th Roy Griak Invitational. Run on the beautiful University of Minnesota Les Bolstad Golf Course, the invitational is traditionally one
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