The Lyndon State College men's cross country team placed 48th out of 55 full teams at today's NCAA Division III New England Regional Championships, hosted by the University of Southern Maine at the Gorham Country Club.
Lyndon State College men's cross country runners Benjamin Cornell (Burrilville, RI) and Brian Corrigan (Andover, MA) were among the student athletes honored by the North Atlantic Conference when conference awards were announced on Wednesday.
Lyndon State College women's cross country runner Sierra Hargrave (St. Johnsbury, VT) is the subject of the cover story in the Fall 2017 issue of NCAA Champion magazine. In the feature, Hargrave, a senior applied psychology and human services major, details her journey to Lyndon.
Under perfectly clear blue skies and unseasonably warm temperatures, the Lyndon State College men's and women's cross country teams completed with athletes from four other colleges at the Plansky Invitational, held at Mt. Greylock High School, in a coed 5k race.
The Hornet men’s cross country team, led by senior Ayan Cole (Lyndonville, Vt.) in a personal best time of 27:15, 139th place (381 in total) overall, closed out their season by finishing 44th (56 teams) at the NCAA Regional/New England Championships.
LYNDON CENTER, Vt. – For the fifth time in just six years, both the men and women’s cross-country teams at Lyndon have won a United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Academic Team Award.
LYNDON CENTER, Vt. – For the fourth time in the past five years, the Lyndon men’s and women’s cross country teams have earned the distinction of winning a United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCA) All-Academic Team Award.
MASON, Ohio. – Tyler Scheibenpflug, a senior runner with the Lyndon men’s cross country team, ran to a 42nd-place finish Saturday at the 2014 NCAA Division III National Championship Meet held at the The Golf Center at King’s Island.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – The Lyndon men’s cross country team notched their third consecutive top-16 finish in as many years in a field of 52 teams competing at the 2014 NCAA Regional Championship Meet hosted by Williams College.