2013 Men's Cross Country Headlines

  • NAC Men's Cross Country All-Conference Announced
    November 04, 2013
    Kyle Powers once again led Lyndon State College to the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Men’s Cross Country title and earned his second-straight Runner of the Year award. Powers, who won the NAC Championship in a time of 27:42.01, edged out Maine Maritime’s Matt Methot who took home the title in 2010.
  • Lyndon Captures Men's Cross Country Title
    November 03, 2013
    Lyndon State College claimed the 2013 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Men’s Cross Country Championship for the fifth time in six years at Quarry Road Park hosted by Thomas College on Sunday afternoon.
  • Men's Cross Country Championship Sunday at Thomas
    November 01, 2013
    Thomas College will be the site for the 2013 North Atlantic Conference Men's and Women's Cross Country Championships this Sunday, Nov. 3 at 11 a.m.
  • NAC Men's Cross Country Weekly Honors
    October 21, 2013
    Lyndon State College turned in a second place performance at the Western New England Invitational thanks in large part to the performances of Kyle Powers and Aaron Bellomo. Powers won the 8k event, besting more than 150 runners to earn Runner of the Week honors, while Bellomo finished in ninth place and was named the NAC's top rookie.
  • NAC Men's Cross Country Weekly Honors
    October 14, 2013
    Lyndon's Tyler Scheibenpflug turned in a personal-best 25:51 in the 8k race at the NEICAAA Cross Country Championships on Saturday, finishing 83rd among 279 competitors to earn Runner of the Week honors. Nick Kopf earned his fifth top-ten finish of the year, touring the 8k course at the Runnin' Monks Invitational in 28:56 and was named Rookie of the Week.
  • NAC Men's Cross Country Weekly Honors
    October 07, 2013
    Maine Maritime senior Matt Methot continues to peak at the right time, winning the Colby Invitational and earning his third-straight Runner of the Week award. Scott Shaw helped New England College to an eighth place finish at Keene State, finishing 39th overall and earning Rookie of the Week honors.
  • NAC Men's Cross Country Weekly Honors
    September 30, 2013
    Matt Methot shined among some of the nation's top runners at the Bowdoin Invitational, running a season-best 26:12.86 and finishing fourth for Maine Maritime to earn Runner of the Week honors. Aaron Bellomo helped Lyndon to a Vermont State Championship on Saturday at Castleton, finishing seventh in the 71-runner field and was named Rookie of the Week.
  • NAC Men's Cross Country Weekly Honors
    September 23, 2013
    Ben Bunnell toured the 8K course at the USM Invitational in 26:25.62 to lead Colby-Sawyer and earn Runner of the Week honors. UMF's Sam Leal finished 12th overall out of the 155 runner field at the Pop Crowell Invitational and was named Rookie of the Week.
  • NAC Men's Cross Country Weekly Honors
    September 16, 2013
    Kyle Powers led Lyndon to a win in its first race of the season, besting 122 other runners at the University of New England Invitational and earning Runner of the Week honors. Nick Kopf continued his impressive start to the season for Thomas, finishing fourth at the Terrier Invitational and earning Rookie of the Week accolades.
  • NAC Men's Cross Country Weekly Honors
    September 09, 2013
    Castleton's Isaac French took home the top spot in the Castleton Invitational, leading the Spartans to the team title and taking home Runner of the Week honors. Nick Kopf was one of only six runners to finish the Husson Harrier Invitational in under 30 minutes, finishing sixth and leading Thomas to a fourth place finish en route to Rookie of the Week honors.
  • NAC Men's Cross Country Weekly Honors
    September 02, 2013
    Colby-Sawyer's Ben Bunnell and Thomas College's Nick Kopf each turned in top-ten performances at the Mayflower Invitational this weekend, earning NAC Runner and Rookie of the Week respectively.
  • Lyndon Picked to Repeat as Men's Cross Country Champions
    August 29, 2013
    Defending champion, Lyndon State College received all but one first-place vote, and was picked to win the North Atlantic Conference Men’s Cross Country Championship with 99 points in a recent poll of the conference’s coaches.