Ole Miss Cross Country Is Headed Back To NCAA Championships
Nov. 10, 2017


Final Results

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -
Coming off the best season in program history, Ole Miss cross country has repeated the feat after both teams qualified for the NCAA Championships on Friday marking back-to-back trips to nationals for both programs.

It was the women's first South Region Championship in program history after coming in second last year.


Nine Rebels finished with All-Region Honors, with all five scorers from the women's team finishing in the top 25.


Shelby Brown
led the pack for the women in seventh and a time of 20:15.4 but they ran as a group with Anna Braswell coming in 12th, Hannah Christen in 13th, Emily Bean in 14th and Clio Ozanne-Jaques finishing in 17th.


Coach Ryan Vanhoy was pleased with how well the women's team competed saying, "We had a plan to pack up together and run through the field. We wanted to start a little bit further back and then work our way through together."


After a first place finish and the teams best finish of the season, Vanhoy is excited about how the team is running as they head to next week's NCAA Championships.


Senior Sean Tobin led the men in sixth and a time of 30:15.7 in the first 10K race of the year. Derek Gutierrez came in 12th, Waleed Suliman in 14th, Parker Scott in 19th and Brandon Harvey finished in 30th.


"We counted on a couple of guys to really step up and fill that fifth position for us today," Vanhoy said. "Brandon Harvey did a fantastic job of doing that. He did exactly what we told him to do. He ran the race exactly how we told him to and he really helped secure our fourth-straight trip to NCAAs."


The Rebels will be back on the course for the season finale when they head to Louisville for the NCAA Championships on Saturday, Nov. 18.


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Women's Team Results:

  1. Ole Miss - 59
  2. Georgia - 73
  3. Samford - 94
  4. Florida State - 129
  5. Georgia Tech - 186
  6. Auburn - 199
  7. Mississippi State - 236
  8. Vanderbilt - 236
  9. Alabama - 248
  10. Tennessee - 303
  11. Jacksonville - 362
  12. Southern Miss. - 370
  13. North Florida - 375
  14. Belmont - 381
  15. UAB - 390
  16. Lipscomb - 424
  17. UT Martin - 449
  18. ETSU - 466
  19. South Alabama - 503
  20. Chattanooga - 605
  21. Georgia State - 610
  22. Florida - 644
  23. Miami - 654
  24. FIU - 678
  25. Georgia Southern - 702
  26. Florida Atlantic - 755
  27. UCF - 772
  28. Mercer -- 776
  29. South Florida - 781
  30. Alabama State - 789
  31. Mississippi Valley State - 895

 
Women's Individual Results:

7.  Shelby Brown - 20:15.4
12. Anna Braswell - 20:25.7
13. Hannah Christen - 20:26.0
14. Emily Bean - 20:27.2
17. Clio Ozanne-Jaques - 20:30.9
30. Nicole Rice--20:50.7
33. Kat MacNeal--20:54.8

 

Men's Team Results:

  1. Middle Tennessee - 71
  2. Ole Miss - 76
  3. Alabama - 95
  4. Florida State - 128
  5. Tennessee - 165
  6. Lipscomb - 189
  7. Auburn - 199
  8. North Florida - 239
  9. Georgia - 242
  10. Samford - 253
  11. Belmont - 262
  12. Georgia Tech - 308
  13. UT Martin - 319
  14. ETSU - 332
  15. Florida - 395
  16. Miami - 426
  17. Mississippi State - 432
  18. South Alabama - 475
  19. Vanderbilt - 495
  20. Chattanooga - 522
  21. Troy - 525
  22. Austin Peay - 572
  23. South Florida - 598
  24. Florida Atlanta - 718

 

Men's Individual Results:

6.  Sean Tobin - 30:15.7
12. Derek Gutierrez - 31:00.2
14. Walled Suliman - 31:08.3
19. Parker Scott - 31:27.4
30. Brandon Harvey - 31:56.2
52. Nolan Hesse - 32:22.3
105. Trevor Gilley - 33:34.3

 

 


 

 

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