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2012 Buffs Cross Country End of Season Review

Discussion in 'University of Colorado News and Olympic Sports' started by cmgoods, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. cmgoods

    cmgoods Olympic Sports Mod Club Member

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    Team Results
    Women

    Sept. 29 ROCKY MOUNTAIN SHOOTOUT (Boulder) ...................................... 1/4
    1. Colorado, 19; 2. Wyoming, 58; 3. Northern Colorado, 66; 4. Nebraska-Omaha, 93

    Oct. 13 at Pre-National Invitational (Louisville, Ky.) .............................................t7/39
    1. Florida State, 72; 2. Oregon, 87; 3. Michigan, 141; 4. Georgetown, 163; 5. Texas, 184; 6. William & Mary, 266; 7. Colorado, 273; 7. Villianova, 273; 9. Florida, 308; 10. UC Davis, 320.

    Oct. 13 at Santa Clara Bronco Invitational (Sunnyvale, Ca.).........................................6/16
    1. Cal St. San Marcos, 104; 2. Long Beach St., 110; 3. New Mexico St., 111; 4. British Columbia, 140; 5. Fresno State, 184; 6. Colorado, 187; 7. Cal St. Fullerton, 204; 8. UC Davis, 224; 9. Santa Clara, 227; 10. Ucla, 235; 11. Sacramento St., 236; 12. St. Mary's (Cal.), 239; 13. Idaho State, 250; 14. Chico State, 253; 15. The Masters, 332; 16. San Diego, 383;

    Oct. 27 at Pac-12 Championships (Santa Clarita, Calif.) .........................................5/12
    1. Oregon, 47; 2. Arizona, 69; 3. Stanford, 82; 4. Washington, 92; 5. Colorado, 124; 6. UCLA, 172; 7. Utah, 200; 8. California, 209; 9. Arizona State, 210; 10. USC, 295; 11. Oregon State, 305; 12. Washington State, 308.

    Nov. 9 at NCAA Mountain Region Championships (Fort Collins, Colo.) ..................3/20
    1. Weber State, 63; 2. New Mexico, 95; 3. Colorado, 107; 4. Southern Utah, 132; 5. Colorado State, 173; 6. Utah, 198; 7. BYU, 210; 8. Northern Arizona, 225; 9. Utah Valley, 230; 10. Utah State, 326; 11. Air Force, 328; 12. Idaho State, 343; 13. Nevada, 361; 14. Wyoming, 364; 15. Montana State, 382; 16. New Mexico State, 382; 17. UTEP, 433; 18. Northern Colorado, 456; 19. Montana, 555; 20. Texas Tech, 561.

    Nov. 17 at NCAA Championships (Louisville, Ky.) .................................................24/31
    1. Oregon, 114; 2. Providence, 183; 3. Stanford, 198; 4. Florida State, 202; 5. Michigan, 247; 6. Arizona, 263; 7. Duke, 300; 8. Connecticut, 304; 9. Washington, 334; 10. New Mexico, 341….24. Colorado, 519.


    Men

    Sept. 29 ROCKY MOUNTAIN SHOOTOUT (Boulder) ...................................... 1/4

    1. Colorado, 15; 2. Wyoming, 52; 3. Air Force, 76; 4. Northern Colorado, 114.

    Oct. 13 at Pre-National Invitational (Louisville, Ky.) ..............................................1/40
    1. Colorado, 79; 2. BYU, 127; 3. Oregon, 152; 4. Florida State, 275; 5. Duke, 287; 6. Virginia Tech, 288; 7. Tulsa, 292; 8. Villanova, 338; 9. Georgetown, 351; 10. Florida, 369; 10. Eastern Michigan, 369.

    Oct. 13 at Santa Clara Bronco Invitational (Sunnyvale, Ca.).........................................6/19
    1. San Francisco, 146; 2. UC Davis, 158; 3. Chico State, 186; 4. American River, 191; 5. Ucla, 195; 6. Colorado, 200; 7. Sacramento St., 208; 8. New Mexico St., 213; 9. British Columbia, 226; 9. Cal St. San Marcos, 226; 11. Fresno State, 229; 12. California, 265; 13. Santa Clara, 276; 14 St. Mary's (Cal.), 277; 15. Idaho State, 294; 16. The Masters, 315; 17. Long Beach St., 382; 18. Cal St. Fullerton, 407; 19. San Diego, 441;


    Oct. 27 at Pac-12 Championships (Santa Clarita, Calif.) ...........................................1/9
    1. Colorado, 49; 2. Stanford, 82; 3. Oregon, 105; 4. Arizona State, 109; 5. UCLA, 113; 6. Washington, 119; 7. Arizona, 166; 8. Washington State, 200; 9. California, 234.

    Nov. 9 at NCAA Mountain Region Championships (Fort Collins, Colo.) ..................3/18
    1. Northern Arizona, 56; 2. BYU, 68; 3. Colorado, 69; 4. New Mexico, 108; 5. Weber State, 196; 6. Air Force, 231; 7. Utah Valley, 235; 8. Southern Utah, 257; 9. Colorado State, 265; 10. UTEP, 267; 11. Texas Tech, 275; 12. Montana State, 280; 13. Wyoming, 283; 14. Utah State, 315; 15. New Mexico State, 389; 16. Idaho, 434; 17. Montana, 513; 18. Northern Colorado, 570.

    Nov. 17 at NCAA Championships (Louisville, Ky.) ...................................................3/31
    1. Oklahoma State, 72; 2. Wisconsin, 135; 3. Colorado, 158; 4. Northern Arizona, 191; 5. Florida State, 238; 6. BYU, 245; 7. Tulsa, 247; 8. Oklahoma, 262; 9. Texas, 291; 10. Arkansas, 327.


    Individual Results
    Women (Overall/CU)


    Runner
    Rocky Mountain Shootout (5.8k)
    Santa Clara Bronco Invitational
    (5k)
    Pre-National Invitational (6k)
    Pac-12 Chammpionships (6k)
    NCAA Mountain Regional (6k)
    NCAA Championships (6k)
    C. Bouchet11/4
    21:57
    -94/5
    21:31.5
    64/8
    22:11
    40/5
    21:40.6
    194/6
    21:29.2
    L. Darco--105/6
    21:37.3
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    S. Foster17/8
    22:24
    26/2
    17:46.8
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    D. George-13/1
    17:29.6
    -63/7
    22:10
    --
    S. Kipp --21/1
    20:28
    11/1
    20:36
    2/1
    20:18.1
    18/1
    20:02.4
    C. Logan 12/5
    21:58
    -113/7
    21:41.9
    42/6
    21:39
    45/6
    21:43.5
    190/5
    21:28.0
    N. Look 16/7
    22:16
    32/3
    17:52.1
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    C. McAlister-41/4
    17:59.8
    -70/9
    22:23
    Alt.Alt.
    B. Popiel 78/9
    25:08
    145/5
    19:56.4
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    J. Stolting 7/3
    21:21
    -55/3
    21:07.4
    41/5
    21:38
    55/7
    21:57.7
    151/3
    21:05.6
    L. Tremblay 14/6
    22:07
    -+16
    21:49.7
    31/4
    21:16
    27/3
    21:21.1
    237/7
    21:57.2
    C. Verdon 3/1
    21:03
    -37/2
    20:53.7
    16/2
    20:41
    7/2
    20:42.1
    136/2
    21:02.0
    R. Viger 5/2
    21:10
    -66/4
    21:13.9
    27/3
    21:05
    31/4
    21:29.3
    174/4
    21:19.2


    Individual Results
    Men (Overall/CU)


    RunnerRocky Mountain Shootout (8k)Santa Clara Bronco Invitational
    (8k)
    Pre-National Invitational (8k)Pac-12 Chammpionships (8k)NCAA Mountain Regional (10k)NCAA Championships (10k)
    M. Biegner 12/8
    25:48
    -+4
    24:21.4
    36/9
    24:26
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    H. Dowdy 6/5
    25:24
    -12/3
    23:39.2
    9/3
    23:42
    53/7
    31:46.6
    205/6
    31:48.4
    J. Hurysz
    1/1
    24:34
    -4/1
    23:19.5
    8/2
    23:41
    6/1
    30:13.2
    32/1
    29:55.3
    D. Kilgore 23/11
    26:34
    10/1
    24:18.0
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    M. Medina 3/3
    25:01
    -23/5
    23:49.5
    13/5
    23:49
    7/2
    30:14.0
    228/7
    32:18.5
    A. Moussa +13
    25:49
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    P. Murphy4/4
    25:19
    -22/4
    23:49.5
    14/6
    23:50
    19/4
    30:36.6
    45/4
    30:11.8
    M. Pearson+10
    25:42
    -+11
    24:35.1
    18/7
    24:04
    34/6
    31:05.1
    Alt.
    J. Perkins
    17/10
    25:56
    15/2
    24:24.6
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    R. Savercool35/13
    27:13
    77/14
    25:17.9
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    D. Shije
    24/12
    26:42
    25/3
    24:35.7
    ----
    J. Stevens
    14/9
    25:56
    -+14
    24:40.9
    41/10
    24:33
    --
    B. Theroux
    2/2
    25:01
    -11/2
    23:38.8
    7/1
    23:40
    14/3
    30:30.3
    39/3
    29:59.9
    A. Van Halen
    9/7
    25:39
    -27/6
    23:52.2
    12/4
    23:46
    23/5
    30:50.7
    36/2
    29:58.1
    J. Warren
    49/14
    27:32
    111/5
    25:34.0
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    C. Winter
    7/6
    25:26
    -35/7
    23:55.7
    21/8
    24:11
    Alt.65/5
    30:28.7




    • Jake Hurysz was named All-American
    • Aric VanHalen was named All-American
    • Blake Theroux was named All-American
    • Shalaya Kipp was named All-American
    • Jake Hurysz was named to the All-Mountain Region Team
    • Martin Medina was named to the All-Mountain Region Team
    • Blake Theroux was named to the All-Mountain Region Team
    • Pierce Murphy was named to the All-Mountain Region Team
    • Aric VanHalen was named to the All-Mountain Region Team
    • Shalaya Kipp was named to the All-Mountain Region Team
    • Carrie Verdon was named to the All-Mountain Region Team
    • Jerome Perkins was named to first team Pac-12 All-Academic Team
    • Nikki Look was named to first team Pac-12 All-Academic Team
    • Rachel Viger named to first team Pac-12 All-Academic Team
    • Matt Biegner was named to second team Pac-12 All-Academic Team
    • Diana George was named to second team Pac-12 All-Academic Team
    • Joe Bosshard was named Honorable Mention All-Academic Team
    • Ryan Savercool was named Honorable Mention All-Academic Team
    • Jeff Warren was named Honorable Mention All-Academic Team
    • Conner Winter was named Honorable Mention All-Academic Team
    • Courtney Bouchet was named Honorable Mention All-Academic Team
    • Lara Darco was named Honorable Mention All-Academic Team
    • Jana Stolting was named Honorable Mention All-Academic Team
    • Liz Tremblay was named Honorable Mention All-Academic Team
    • Coach Mark Wetmore has been named the 2012 Pac-12 Men's Coach of the Year
    • Shalaya Kipp became the fourth female Buff in CU history to earn All-American status three times in cross country. The junior joins current associate head coach Heather Burroughs, Sara (Gorton) Slattery and Liza Pascuito as the only runners to record the honor, and she has one more season of eligibility.
     
  2. dyemeduke

    dyemeduke Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know what happened to Ammar Moussa? He had a good freshman year after being one of the biggest HS runners in the country. He seems to have redshirted this year as far as I could tell, but what's the injury? How is he?
     
  3. cmgoods

    cmgoods Olympic Sports Mod Club Member

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    The only info that I could find is from some random message board where someone was saying that he wasn't hurt and was just redshirting.
     

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