Season Review: Women’s Cross Country

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Providence, Grand Valley State and Johns Hopkins captured national titles in 2013. Providence won its first title while Grand Valley State won its third in a row and Johns Hopkins repeated as champion. Take a look back at all three with videos, features and photos as NCAA.com continues its look back at the 2013-14 season.

Providence bounces back to capture title

A year removed from a second-place finish, Providence took the national title, its first since 1995. Senior Emily Sisson was the Friars’ top finisher with a seventh-place finish in 20:17.5… Read More

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Grand Valley St. captures third consecutive title

Grand Valley State dominated the field, tallying only 54 points to easily outdistance second-place Adams State, which recorded 91 points. Third went to Western State with 194 points… Read More

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Johns Hopkins repeats as champ

Johns Hopkins won the title at Hanover with 85 points. Sophomore Hannah Oneda led the Blue Jays with a fourth-place finish (21:27), the best by a Hopkins runner at the NCAA championships… Read More

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