The MCAL Championships will be held on Thursday, Nov. 8 at Indian Valley College. Varsity Girls race at 3:15 pm. Varsity Boys at 4 pm.
To get to IVC from 101. Exit at Ignacio Blvd. Head west on Ignacio Blvd. The course is at the end of Ignacio Blvd. The start and finish are on the soccer fields. The IVC address is 1800 Ignacio Blvd, Novato, CA 94949-4912
The Bay Counties League West Championships will be held on Friday Nov. 2 at Lindley Meadows at Golden Gate Park. The meet starts at 3:30pm
At O’Hair Park
At San Rafael
At Camino Alto
At Bon Tempe. Julia Maxwell set new course record.
Start of Girls Race Photos by BARTON JAMES
Sophie Breck (Branson) and Kelsey Nieman (Novato)
Anna Harleen (Branson) battling Isabel Moon (Novato)
Julia Maxwell of Branson leading the race
Start of Boys Race
Drake’s top two runners John Lawson and Clayton Hutchins
October 27, 2012
The Centennial Conference’s 2012 men’s cross country five-mile championship was held on Saturday, Oct 27. Haverford, PA
The 2012 Northwest Conference Championships was held on Saturday, Oct 27. Forest Grove, OR
- Whitman College finished 7th. Cory Rand (Tam) placed 16th in a time of 26:55
The .2012 Ivy League Heptagonal Championship were held on Saturday, Oct. 27 at West Windsor Field. Princeton, NJ. Photos by Linda Gill
- Columbia placed 2nd at the Ivy League Cross Country Championships. Steven Iglehart (Branson) placed 34th in 24:41. Steven is leading group in photo below.
- Harvard placed 5th at the Ivy League Championships. Dan Milechmand (Tam) finished in 56th place running 25:10. Dan is on right in photo below.
The Pac-12 Cross Country Championships were held on Saturday at the Robinson Ranch Golf Club, Santa Clarita, CA.
- Stanford placed 2nd at the Pac-12 Championships. Erik Olson placed 30th in 24:18.
Photos by Tom Benjamin
Div 4 Sweeps Drake’s John Lawson leading with teammate Clayton Hutchins (L)
D5 Sweeps Start of race and Branson’s Julia Maxwell leading the race
D3 Sweeps Fred Huxham of Redwood leading the race
NCAA Div lll Rankings Week 6 North Central (Ill) has been ranked #1 for the past 24 weeks. Haverford breaks the streak in DIII as Haverford has moved into the #1 spot.
USTFCCCA NCAA Division III Week 6
UPCOMING COLLEGE RACES
- NCAA Conference Championships Oct. 27
- NCAA Regional Championships Nov. 9
- NCAA Div l Cross Country Championships Nov. 17 Louisville, KY
- NCAA Div ll Cross Country Championships Nov 17 Joplin, MO
- NCAA Div lll Cross Country Championships Nov 17 Terre Haute, IND
Mt. Sac Cross Country Invitational Friday Oct. 19 3 mile race
Boys Div 4 Sweepstakes Drake team incomplete
- 1st John Lawon Drake 15:03 (5:01)
- 2nd Clayton Hutchins 15:14 (5:05)
- 69th Tucker Wasuta 17:24 (5:48)
- 115th Cole Schwartz 18:20 (6:07)
Girls Div 3 Sweepstakes
Julia Maxwell of Branson runs fastest time of the day beating the time posted by Anna Maxwell of San Lorenzo Valley who ran 16:57 to win the Div 4 Sweeps. Julia’s time puts her #15 on Mt. Sac All Time List.
Girls Div 5 Sweepstakes Branson team places 6th
- 1st Julia Maxwell Branson 16:52 (5:37)
- 4th Anna Harleen Branson 18:45 (6:15)
- 43rd Sophie Breck 21:24 (7:08)
- 65th Allie Williams 22:20 (7:27)
- 75th Lindsay Allison 22:43 (7:34)
- 82nd Anisa Lestor 22:56 (7:39)
Girsls Div 3 Seepstakes Redwood places 7th
- 12th Megan Bordes 18:46 (6:15)
- 29th Emma Gallagher 19:21 (6:27)
- 39th Sophie Epstein 19:44 (6:35)
- 50th Julia Hanesn 20:12 (6:44)
- 52nd Kendra Loo 20:15 (6:45)
- 53rd Sammy Cohen 20:19 (6:46)
- 65th Rachel Bordes 20:48 (6:56)
Boys Div 3 Sweepstakes
- 2nd Fred Huxham Redwood 15:06 (5:02)
Men’s Div l Ranking. Stanford, Columbia and UCLA move up.
USTFCCCA NCAA Division I Week 5
Women’s Div l Ranking.
USTFCCCA NCAA Division I Women Week 5
Div lll Rankings come out tomorrow
Honesty, Integrity and Loyalty. What do they have to do with ranmarin?
The above traits were taught to me by my parents and coaches when I grew up in Marin during the 60s and 70s. These traits are important to me and have value. As a MCAL coach my goal is to teach the importance of honesty, integrity and loyalty in sports and in life to my athletes. This blog, ranmarin, is another way to share these values. The fact is that it is not always easy to do the right thing or make the right choices. As Mark Twain said “Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest.”
By Linda Gill
I have to preface this post with the disclaimer that I am a fan of Columbia University due to the fact that I have coached 3 athletes who have chosen to compete there. The first was Nicci Fish of Marin Catholic, the second was my daughter Liz Gill of Branson and the third was Steven Iglehart of Branson. Nicci placed 4th in the 2002 Div 4 CIF State Cross Country Championship and Liz placed 4th in the 2003 Div 5 CIF Championships.
As a high school senior Steven Iglehart placed 2nd in the 2008 Div 5 CIF Cross Country Championships and he was recruited by several colleges. Steven chose to attend Columbia and he has competed for the past 3 years. He has dealt with several injuries and set backs which are often a part of college running. Steven is now a senior and he raced today at the Princeton Invitational. This race is held on the course where the Ivy League’s HEPS Cross Country Championships will be held in 2 weeks. The weather was perfect for a cross-country race.and Steven ran a 40 second PR to run 24:21(4:54) in the 8km Championship Race. He placed 5th out of 212 runners.(#21 in photo)
Dan Milechman competed for Tamalpais and placed 1st in the 2010 Div 4 Cross Country Championships. Dan is a sophomore and competes for Harvard University. He ran a PR at the Princeton Invitational with the time of 24:48(5:00) placing 24th out of 212 runners.
Erik Olsen competed at Novato High School and as a senior he won the Div 3 2009 CIF Cross Country Championships. Erik Olsen received a scholarship to Stanford University where he is now a junior. Erik competed on Friday at the Adidas Invitational in Wisconsin. The Stanford team placed 1st at the meet and Erik was Stanford’s 7th runner, he ran 24:35 (4:57) to place 176th out of 316 runners.
Caitlin Schmitt competed at Redwood and she is a junior at UCLA. She was UCLA’s 7th runner at the Adidas Invitational running 22:19 (5:59) to place 300th out of 327 runners.
Alec Govi ran for Marin Catholic and he is now a senior at UCLA. He competed at the Bronco Invitational today. Alec ran the 8km race in 25:05 to finish 64th out of 157 runners.
Peter Kissin is a senior at Haverford and he has been running strong this season. He broke the school record for Haverford’s 4 mile XC course. He did not compete at Princeton but he will run at regionals in 2 weeks. Haverford is ranked #2 in Dlll behind North Central College. In 2010 Peter was part of the Haverford team that won the Dlll National Cross Country Championships and Peter will be at Nationals again in Novermber helping Haverford defend the title.
Theresa Devine ran for Marin Catholic and placed 2nd in the 2009 Div 4 Cross Country Championships. She is a junior at Princeton but she in not competing this fall due to an injury.
If you have a runner you would like to tell us about, please send the information to email@example.com