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By: CUBuffs.com
XC Teams Maintain Top 10 National Rankings
Release: September 13, 2011
By: Linda Sprouse, Assistant SID
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NEW ORLEANS - The University of Colorado men's and women's cross country program remained in the top 10 of the USTFCCCA Top 30 Poll, which was released on Tuesday.

The women held on to their fourth-place ranking in the preseason poll, while the men slipped from to eighth.

CU's women remained the top Pac-12 program in the poll, picking up 324 points. Stanford ranks seventh overall with 276 points. Georgetown is the top women's program in the poll. The Hoyas recorded 358 points and earned 10 of 12 first-place votes. New Mexico is second overall with 341 points and Providence ranks third with 328 points.

The men recorded 283 points for their eighth place ranking. Oklahoma State remained the top ranked men's team in the country with 357 points (10 first-place votes). The Buffs are the third highest ranked Pac-12 team in the poll. Stanford dropped to third overall with 341 points and Oregon moved to sixth with 298 points.

The USTFCCCA regional rankings were released on Monday and there was no change for the Buffs. The men were ranked first and the women were second behind New Mexico in the Mountain Region.

 

The Buffs' next meet is the 26th Annual Rocky Mountain Shootout on Oct. 1. For more information on the meet go to CUBuffs.com/crosscountry.

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