Men's Cross Country Program
Perennially one of the top teams among Division III schools in the East, St. Lawrence University's men's cross country team has enjoyed lofty national rankings over the last several seasons and has qualified as a team for the NCAA Division III Championships in seven of the last 14 years.
A total of 33 student-athletes have earned All-Region Team honors and the program has won 17 straight conference titles while boasting 12 individual Liberty League champions. Six Liberty League Runners and four Rookies of the Year have come from St. Lawrence since 2003. With a repeat victory in 2010, the Saints have claimed seven New York State Collegiate Track and Field Conference (NYSCTC) cross country team titles, while Dan Ramsey '11 became the University's 12th individual state champion, a new state record, after winning back-to-back seasons in 2009 and 2010.
The men's cross country team has been recognized for their success as student-athletes by the U.S. Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) by earning both individual and team All-Academic status. The Liberty League has also honored the Saints for their efforts in the classroom, as 61 student-athletes have earned All-Academic honors from the conference in the last eight years.
The Saints race on their home, all-natural 8,000-meter championship course. The facility has allowed the program to host the NCAA Atlantic Regional, the NYSCTC Championship and the Liberty League Championship.
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