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The Echo
Taylor University, Upland, IN
Tuesday, April 16, 2024
The Echo

Elise Hoylman

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Taylor XC teams excel at CL Championships

The Taylor cross-country teams dominated once again at the Crossroads League Championships on Nov. 3. Still ranked No. 4 in the NAIA, the women’s team won their 11th straight Crossroads League championship, scoring a dominant 33 points. The men’s team finished in an outstanding second place in the league meet with 71 points. 

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Trojans cross-country runs straight in the eye of the Blazing Tiger

Omaha, Nebraska, heard Taylor cross-country roar on Saturday, Oct. 21. Taylor’s cross-country teams competed in the Blazing Tiger NAIA Classic against 23 teams. Taylor women’s cross country team finished third at the meet behind College of Idaho, and Saint Mary (Kan.) ranked No. 3 and No. 4, respectively. The men’s team finished in an outstanding fourth place ahead of several ranked NAIA teams including Oklahoma City, Southern Oregon and Kansas Wesleyan. The Trojans have since moved up in ranking to No. 12. 

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To the finish: Maddawgs make a statement

The No. 1 Taylor women’s cross-country team toed the line on Saturday, Sept. 30, after traveling to Kentucky to compete at the Louisville Cross Country Classic. Among 41 teams from across the NAIA, NCAA Division I and II, Taylor placed third.

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