UC's cross country program has released its competition schedule for the 2014 season. Three of the Bearcats' six races will be run on an NCAA Regional or Championship site.
As part of the University of Cincinnati Athletics annual awards, GoBEARCATS.com will recognize three of the department's programs as most improved during the 2013-14 year from July 8-10. Today we recognize the men's cross country season.
The University of Cincinnati cross country and track & field programs celebrated their 17th annual awards banquet Sunday afternoon at the Great Hall on UC's campus. A total of 17 awards were handed out during the banquet.
The average halftime presentation at a men's basketball game does not include 226 participants, but that is exactly the number of Bearcats student-athletes who were recognized at Fifth Third Arena for posting a grade-point average of at least 3.0 during the Fall 2013 semester.
There's a new ranking out today in college sports and Cincinnati is No. 1. The Bearcats received the only A grade in a survey of the nation's big sports schools. Texas, Miami and Penn State are close. They are among just eight schools receiving B's out of 76 in the study
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The men's program cracked the top 15 to finish 13th at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional, while the women finished 29th.
The Bearcats men's and women's cross country programs head to the 2013 NCAA Great Lakes Regional, which takes place on Friday, Nov. 15 in Madison , Wis.