The women’s cross country team placed ninth in the 2017 NCAA Division III Cross-Country Championships.
The women’s cross-country team has dominated the rankings in Division III in the past, but with recent injuries, the team is looking to bounce back.
The women’s team finished in third place out of 11 teams with 81 points and the men’s team finished in sixth place out of 14 teams with 171 points.
The Ithaca men’s and women’s cross country teams are preparing for the biggest race of their season so far: the NCAA Atlantic Regional meet.
Ithaca College’s new women’s cross country coach, Erin Dinan, is looking to create her own legacy as she takes over for program founder Bill ‘Wally’ Ware.
New women’s cross country head coach Erin Dinan has big shoes to fill as she tries to lead the Bombers back to the national championships.
Though the women’s cross-country team remains the only team to win the Empire 8 Conference Championship after its first-place finish Saturday, it is still looking to earn recognition at the regional and national levels.
The Bombers’ athletic programs have seen many generations compete with, and against, one another. But for senior distance runner Molly Quinn, cross country and track and field competitions are a family affair.