Mark Wetmore has been named the USTFCCCA Bill Dellinger National Men's Coach of the Year after guiding the men's team to its fifth NCAA Championship.
Colorado successfully defended its NCAA men's cross country title while the women finished a strong seventh
CU's top-rated men's cross country team is set to defend their 2013 title on Saturday at the 2014 NCAA Championships in Terre Haute, Ind.
CU placed five student-athletes on the 2014 Pac-12 Cross Country All-Academic First and Second Teams, while another three earned honorable mention status.
The CU men's cross country team finished the season the way they started, as the unanimous No. 1 team in the nation.
For the first time since 2006, CU's top-ranked men and 12th-ranked women won the NCAA Mountain Region Cross Country Championships on Friday afternoon.
The Buffs are ready for the 2014 NCAA Mountain Region Championships on Friday, November 14, in Albuquerque, N.M.
Mark Wetmore, along with seven Buffs, received Pac-12 Honors on Wednesday.
After winning their fourth Pac-12 Cross Country Championship, the CU men's team remained the top team in the USTFCCCA Poll. The women dropped to 12th.
For the fourth time in as many years, the top-ranked CU men's cross country team won the Pac-12 Championship, soundly defeating the rest of the field.
CU will compete at the Pac-12 Conference Championships on Friday, October 31, in Oakland, Calif. at Metropolitan Golf Links.
Senior Julyette Steur (tennis), freshman Kyra Wojcik (tennis), and senior Blake Theroux (cross country) earned CU Athlete of the Week honors Tuesday for their play during the week of October 13-19.