jeff stiles

Men’s and women’s cross country both take second place at NCAA regionals

The No. 14 WashU men finished behind only No. 1 Wartburg College and upset rival No. 9 North Central College, in their best team performance of the year, while the No. 4 women came in second to No. 3 Wartburg and ahead of No. 7 University of Chicago.

| Staff Reporter

Cross country dominates last meet before NCAA regionals

Head coach Jeff Stiles had nothing but praise for both of the teams after their thorough wins, commending their performance as “phenomenal.” 

| Staff Reporter

Cross country: Quietly leading the WashU pack

Despite often flying under the radar, WashU’s men’s and women’s cross country teams have been the school’s most consistent teams in recent years.

| Senior Sports Editor

Fall sports finally return this week: Here’s what the coaches and players are saying

From football to soccer and cross country, athletes and coaches have never been more excited to step back onto the field and compete with some modicum of normalcy.

| Senior Sports Editor

Track and Field wraps season with eight All-American finishes at national championships

Both the men and women finished outside the top 10, as the men came 16th and the women 59th. 

| Senior Sports Editor

Track and field student-athletes frustrated over lack of access to Francis Field ahead of commencement 

“I don’t think any athletes are being asked about what makes sense for us,” senior Julia Dannenbaum said. “It’s definitely disappointing.” 

| Senior Sports Editor

Track and field comes first and second at largest meet yet

The men’s team’s performance raised them 14 spots in the rankings, from No. 25 to No. 11, while the women fell two spots, from No. 10 to No. 12 

| Senior Sports Editor

Track and field teams take first, second place at second meet, while golf and men’s tennis continue to roll

Many Bears teams have found their stride as the weather starts to warm.

and | Senior Sports Editors

‘I couldn’t be prouder as a coach’: How members of the track team helped each other overcome quarantine hurdles

COVID-19 quarantine brought isolation and prevented student-athletes from accessing typical training materials. How did they cope with it?

Clara Richards | Staff Reporter

‘Control the controllable’: Cross-country makes it work during COVID-19

Without in-person competitions to justify pushing themselves to their limit every day, Washington University cross-country head coach Jeff Stiles has used virtual meets to give athletes an opportunity to run a personal best. 

Clara Richards | Staff Writer

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