Men’s Results | Women’s Results

MADISON, Wisc. –  Graduate student Brent Demarest (Charleston, S.C.) and freshman Abbey Green (Bethesda, Md.) concluded the NCAA Cross Country Championships on Saturday (Nov. 17) at the Thomas Zimmer Championship Course with Demarest earning All-America honors.
Demarest captured his second All-America cross country honor after finishing 31st at the meet. He ran a time of 29:54.4 for the finish.
It was the second time in UVA history that a men’s cross country runner was named an All-American in back-to-back years. 
“I’m very happy for Brent to see him earn his second All-America honor today,” head men’s cross country coach Jason Dunn said. “He got out well, put himself in position and race tough today in some challenging conditions.”
Green represented the Cavaliers in the women’s 6k race, finishing in 95th place. She recorded a time of 21:03.7. 
“I am very proud of what Abbey has accomplished this season,” head women’s cross country coach Megan LaVoie said. “This meet was such a great experience for her and I hope that she has learned from it. She has a bright future in front of her.”

Colorado won the women’s NCAA Cross Country title for the third time in program history. Northern Arizona recorded its third straight team title, winning the men’s race. 

The meet concludes the cross country season for the Cavaliers.