Women's Cross Country

2016-17 Trinity Western Women's Cross Country News

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    November 26, 2016
    BROOKING FINISHES EIGHTH OVERALL AT NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS KINGSTON, Ontario – Trinity Western’s Lisa Brooking (Orillia, Ont.) finished eighth overall at the 2016 Canadian Cross Country Championships to lead the Spartans women Saturday.
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    November 12, 2016
    YEE, BROOKING LEAD SPARTANS INTO USPORTS CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western’s women’s cross country team is aiming to make history this year, as the Spartans have its sights set on winning a fourth straight Canada West championship, while also taking a run at knocking off 11-time defending USports champion Guelph when they compete in the national championships Saturday in Quebec City on the Plains of Abraham.
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    November 12, 2016
    SPARTANS WIN FOURTH STRAIGHT CONFERENCE TITLE, FINISH THIRD OVERALL QUEBEC CITY – Trinity Western’s women’s cross country team won its fourth straight Canada West championship and finished third overall at the U Sports national championship Saturday on the Plains of Abraham.
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    November 11, 2016
    YEE, BROOKING LEAD SPARTANS INTO USPORTS CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western's women's cross country team is aiming to make history this year, as the Spartans have its sights set on winning a fourth straight Canada West championship, while also taking a run at knocking off 11-time defending USports champion Guelph when they compete in the national championships Saturday in Quebec City on the Plains of Abraham.
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    October 29, 2016
    BROOKING WINS BC CHAMPIONSHIP, YEE FINISHES SECOND NANAIMO, British Columbia – Trinity Western’s Lisa Brooking (Orillia, Ont.) finished first at the BC cross country championships, while fellow Spartan Regan Yee (South Hazelton, B.C.) was second Saturday at Beban Park.
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    October 18, 2016
    CIS TOP 10 | SPARTANS WSOC & WXC NO. 2, MXC NO. 4 LANGLEY, British Columbia – After an impressive road weekend in which Trinity Western’s women’s soccer team earned back-to-back wins over UBC and Victoria, the Spartans remained No. 2 in the CIS Top 10. The Spartans women’s cross country team also stayed at No. 2 while TWU’s men’s cross country team dropped one spot to No. 4.
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    October 08, 2016
    YEE CAPTURES FIRST PLACE AT WESTERN WASHINGTON CLASSIC BELLINGHAM, Washington – Trinity Western’s Regan Yee (South Hazelton, B.C.) won her second race of the year in the state of Washington, as the fourth-year Spartan finished first at the 43rd Western Washington Classic at Lake Padden.
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    September 17, 2016
    YEE WINS UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON’S SUNDODGER OPEN SEATTLE – Trinity Western’s Regan Yee (South Hazelton, B.C.) moved into first place in the final 100 metres as she raced to top spot in the open competition at the University of Washington’s Sundodger Invitational Saturday at Lincoln Park.
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    September 16, 2016
    THREE-TIME DEFENDING CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS OPEN 2016 SEASON LANGLEY, British Columbia – The Trinity Western women’s cross country team has won the Canada West championship in each of the last three years and captured the conference’s individual title in each of the last four years, and there’s no reason to believe the run won’t continue this year.
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    July 05, 2016
    BENSON LEADS STRONG SPARTANS CONTINGENT INTO OLYMPIC TRIALS LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western alumnus Fiona Benson (Dawson Creek, B.C.) will be aiming for Olympic qualification in the 800m this weekend as she leads a 13-athlete delegation of Spartans or former Spartans into the 2016 Canadian Championships and Rio Selection Trials in Edmonton July 7-10.
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    July 04, 2016
    FORMER SPARTAN JACKSON NAMED AN ALTERNATE FOR OLYMPIC CYCLING TEAM LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western alumnus Alison Jackson (Vermilion, Alta.) was named the alternate for Cycling Canada’s women’s road team for this summer’s Olympics in Rio.

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