The LSU women's cross country team finished in third place Friday at the NCAA South Regional in Bryan-College Station, Texas, narrowly missing an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships. Though they fell just short of reaching the national meet, the Tigers recorded the best regional finish in school history.
LSU runner Michaela Rose was named on Tuesday to the Women’s Cross Country Freshman All-SEC team by the league office. Rose, a product of Suffolk, Va., placed 22nd in last week’s SEC Championships with a 6K time of 20:32.25, helping to lead LSU to a seventh-place finish in the team standings.
Sophomore Lorena Rangel led the LSU women to a seventh-place team finish Friday at the SEC Cross Country Championships at the Ole Miss Golf Course in Oxford, Miss. Rangel, a product of San Luis Potosi, Mexico, recorded a 6K time of 20:20.70 to place 17th in the individual standings.
The Southeastern Conference and the University of Mississippi will serve as host of the 2022 SEC Cross Country Championships Friday at the Ole Miss Golf Course in Oxford, Miss. The meet will be televised live on the SEC Network. The women’s 6K race is scheduled for a 10:08 a.m. CT start, while the men’s 8K race will begin at 10:50 a.m. CT.
Jackson Martingayle, a two-time Southeastern Conference Runner of the Week this season, led LSU’s effort Saturday at the Arturo Barrios Cross Country Invitational in Bryan-College Station, Texas, recording a time of 24:22.0 in the men’s 8K race.
The LSU men’s and women’s cross country teams will compete Saturday in the Arturo Barrios Invitational in Bryan-College Station, Texas. The meet, hosted by Texas A&M, will be held at the Watts Cross Country Course.
The LSU cross country team on Friday will compete in the Florida State Open at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, Fla. The event begins at 6:40 a.m. CT with the men’s 8K race, followed by the women’s 5K competition at 7:15 a.m. CT.