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Cacciatore Catches On To William & Mary Tribe Todd Grasley Nov 6, 2014

Andrew Cacciatore has been a part of three cross country title teams at Holy Trinity. As a sophomore, Cacciatore was 9th at the 1A Cross Country Finals and followed that up with a runner-up finish in 2013. On the track, he was third this past spring at the outdoor state meet in the 3,200m. Recently, he announced he will be attending the College of William and Mary to run for the Tribe.

NCAA Southeast Regional Recap Nolan Jez Nov 16, 2010

This past weekend (11/13) Tom Sawyer State Park of Louisville held host to the one of the nine NCAA regional XC meets, this one being for the Southeast region. This meet was contested on a very firm and fast course which proved so in the times produced at the meet. The gentlemen raced over 10k featuring two loops around the 5k course they made and the women raced 6K. This meet featured many unique things that were excellent for spectators such as real time splits on a electronic display with name and splits at each marker, this was due to the chip timing. This meet was one of nine regional meets that the top two teams from each region would get an automatic bid along with the top four individual runners who were not on teams getting an invite. Along with this the top 25 of each race received all region honors.

2005 Year in Review Brandon Miles Dec 31, 2005

The year of 2005 was a very significent year in the state of Virginia\'s high school and college running community with many big stories filling out the 12 months. From the terrible losses with an unusually high number of deaths by young student-athletes in the sport to the stories of championship glory, counts down the 10 biggest news stories of the year. While there were many important events throughout the year, these 10 come to mind as some of ones that really stood out among the rest as attention grabbers.

College Report: Week 1 Indoors Brandon Miles Dec 5, 2005

I will be attempting to do a weekly report of the college scene in the state of Virginia with a sprinkling of news on former Virginian high school preps competing in college outside of the Commonwealth. Feel free to contact me for any omissions of noteworthy performances, especially those of individuals who compete outside of Virginia collegiately, so we can get them the recognition they deserve. This week was the first week of the college indoor season with several in-state schools getting their feet wet in competition. At the Liberty Kickoff held at Liberty University\'s one-year old Toslma Track Center, the home team Liberty wasted no time in getting individuals qualified for possible NCAA Nationals competition with distance runner Josh McDougal and multi-event star Brandon Hoskins hitting NCAA provisional qualifying marks at their home meet.

William & Mary featured on Brandon Miles Nov 7, 2005

If you haven\'t already, check out, a site that chronicles the journeys of Matt Taylor this fall as he has visits some of the country\'s top college cross country programs. This past week he visited the College of William & Mary and in two weeks, he\'ll be at Virginia Intermont College. For $9.95, you can get \"insider access\" and have unrestricted access to in-depth articles, athlete journals, interviews, photo and video galleries, and much more.

Tribe men and women continue streak of CAA titles Brandon Miles Oct 30, 2005

The William & Mary men and women\'s cross country teams continued their streak of Colonial Athletic Association conference championships as the men won their sixth consecutive and the women their third consecutive in the conference championship held on the campus of UNC Wilmington. With top runner Christo Landry out due to a minor injury from a biking accident as well as having Adam Tenerowicz not racing, the Tribe\'s depth was still overpowering for the rest of the conference as they placed eight runners in the top 15 places to win by a 20 point margin over James Madison University. Tribe sophomore Ian Fitzgerald won the individual conference crown with a 24:31 clocking on the 8K course. Likewise, the William & Mary women showed their strength in their depth with 11 runners ahead of runner-up James Madison\'s fifth finisher. James Madison University senior Shannon Saunders successfully defended her conference title in a winning time of 21:04 on the 6K course after she got a strong challenge from Hofstra University freshmen Mary Sullivan.

William & Mary Men Hold at 15th in National Polls William & Mary Press Release Oct 4, 2005

In a week of many teams gaining or losing spots, William and Mary held steady in the national and regional polls during a bye week. The top of the MONDO rankings saw Arkansas grab the No. 1 ranking away from Wisconsin, who had held it all season to this point. The Tribe also maintained their grip on the top of the regional poll this week. The men continue their mid-season training break for another weekend before traveling to the Brooks Pre-National Invitational on October 15.

Christo Landry Named CAA Runner of the Week William & Mary Press Release Sep 27, 2005

The Colonial Athletic Association announced today that sophomore Christo Landry (Falls Church, VA) was named Runner of the Week for the week of September 27. Landry paced the Tribe over the weekend at the Great American Festival, placing third in the Nike Race of Champions in 24:12. The team won the race by twelve points over the University of Virginia.

W&M Men William & Mary Press Release Sep 20, 2005

William and Mary moved up three spots to No. 16 in the MONDO National Cross Country Poll this week despite having a bye-week from competition last weekend. This is the highest position for the team since being ranked 15th in the 2003 Preseason Poll. In the regional poll, the Tribe lost ground and slipped to No. 2 behind N.C. State.

William & Mary Men Claim Fourth At CAA Championship William & Mary Press Release Apr 23, 2005

Despite a herculean effort by the distance corps, William and Mary men\'s track and field could not hold onto its day one lead and finished fourth at the CAA Championship. With nearly the entire throwing corps redshirting the outdoor season, the Tribe spotted too many points to its opponents and ended the Championship in fourth with 132 points. UNC-Wilmington won the title with 218.50 points, ahead of second-place Virginia Commonwealth (172) and George Mason (140). Three-time All-American Ed Moran (Dayton, NJ) [5,000m], senior Adam Otstot (Richmond, VA) [3,000m steeplechase] and senior Pat Comstock (Portsmouth, VA) [10,000m] all won individual titles on Friday evening as Otstot and Moran earned qualifications to the NCAA Regional meet while Comstock set a CAA meet record with his winning time of 30:44.22.

Tribe William & Mary Press Release Apr 2, 2005

Junior Bonnie Meekins (Herndon, VA) and sophomore Brenna Blevins (Pulaski, VA) both qualified for ECACs as four-time defending CAA Champion William and Mary women

Tribe William & Mary Press Release Mar 29, 2005

Three-time All American Ed Moran (Dayton, NJ), who qualified for the NCAA Regional in the 5,000m at the Raleigh Relays this Friday, has been honored as the CAA Men

Mock, Harrison, and Cabada run strong at NACAC Championships Brandon Miles Mar 6, 2005

Several Virginian collegiates performed exceptionally well at the first annual North America, Central America, and Caribbean Athletic Cross Country Championship. William & Mary freshmen Dave Mock, University of Virginia freshmen Emily Harrison, and Virginia Intermont College junior Fernando Cabada all represented the United States in the NACAC Championships, which were held in Orlando, Florida. The three runners were selected to the U.S. team based off being the top non-IAAF World Championship qualifiers from last month\'s USA Cross Country Championships.

William and Mary Fourth in APR Rankings William & Mary Press Release Mar 3, 2005

The NCAA has recently released its inaugural Academic Progress Rate scores for all Division I institutions, and William and Mary has once again excelled in its mission of fostering true student-athletes. The College boasts the fourth-best APR score (992) among 328 active and provisional institutions, and W&M leads all programs that offer performance-based grants and financial aid to scholar-athletes.

Dave Mock to compete for USA Junior Team in 1st NACAC XC Champs March 6 in Florida Don Rich Mar 3, 2005

Former Westmont Hilltop runner and AA state champ David Mock - fresh off his success at the USA Cross Country Championships last month - will represent the USA as a member of the Junior National Team at the first North America, Central America and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) Cross Country Championships Sunday March 6th at the US National Training Center in Clermont, FL.

W&M William & Mary Press Release Feb 5, 2005

Sophomore Julia Cathcart (Starkville, MS) qualified for the ECAC Championships in the 3,000m as four-time defending CAA Champion William and Mary women

William & Mary's Keith Bechtol Competes at World Junior Championships William & Mary Press Release Jul 14, 2004

2004 CAA Rookie of the Year Keith Bechtol (Alexandria, VA) represented the United States this afternoon at the IAAF World Junior Championships, held in Grosseto, Italy. Bechtol, who came into the race ranked 24th in the world among juniors at that distance (the fastest American), finished 19th in the field of 25 runners. The highest-placing American in the race, he clocked a 31:45.99.

Bechtol Honored As CAA Rookie of the Year William & Mary Press Release Jul 7, 2004

2004 CAA Champion William and Mary men's track and field's distance ace Keith Bechtol (Alexandria, VA) was honored as the Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Year, the conference office announced today. Bechtol, who will compete in the 10,000m at the IAAF World Junior Championships on July 14, has campaigned one of the most successful seasons ever by a Tribe freshman.

Virginia's Division I Men Cross Country Preview Brandon Miles Aug 5, 2003

As the collegiate athletes are just starting to return to their respective campuses this fall in Virginia, one can only be excited for the upcoming cross country season in store. Many schools and individuals have goals set for themselves this fall whether it be as meager as just trying to find five bodies to field a team or just to be able to make the team at the time trial in late August to as big as advancing a team to a NCAA national cross country meet or earning All-American honors individually.

Gerard heads west to Stanford, Gibby takes over at W&M Brandon Miles Aug 2, 2003

Andy Gerard, who has helped elevate the distance running program at the College of William & Mary to one of the top tier programs in the nation, has been hired by Stanford University to become their head men's cross country coach and assistant men's track and field coach. Since becoming William & Mary's head cross country and track coach in 1997, Gerard has taken his team to the NCAA Championships in cross country every year. Before coming to William & Mary, Gerard served as an assistant at Stanford from 1993 to 1996.