Colorado, Adams State and St. Olaf captured national titles in 2013. Colorado’s fourth title came in come-from-behind fashion, while Adams State won its second in a row and St. Olaf won its first. Take a look back at all three with videos, features and photos as NCAA.com continues its look back at the 2013-14 season.
Division I: Colorado comes from behind for fourth title
Colorado captured its fourth national championship in school history, coming from behind throughout the race to end up on top in cold and windy conditions at the LaVerne Gibson Cross Country Course. … Read More
Adams State captures second consecutive title
Adams State repeated its result from a year ago and earned the 2013 Division II title. The Grizzlies won the top spot with an overall score of 54 points as five Grizzlies finished the title race in the top 30 spots. … Read More
St. Olaf holds off North Central (Ill.) to capture first championship
St. Olaf had four All-America finishes, led by Grant Wintheiser in third and Jake Brown in eighth, as the Oles held off a charge by runner-up North Central (Ill.) to claim the Division III championship, the first NCAA team title in school history. … Read More