CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard cross country is heading west to Buffalo for the NCAA Northeast Regional Championships, Friday, November 9th. The meet will be start off with the women's six-kilometer race at 11 a.m. and will be followed by the men's 10-kilometer race at 12 p.m.
What to Know
- The men's team earned its best finish at Ivy Heps since 1976, placing second with three All-Ivy finishers.
- The women's team finished with two All-Ivy first team honorees at Ivy Heps, the most since its 2016 Ivy League Championship.
- The men's team is currently second in the NCAA Northeast Regional ranking.
- The women's team is currently seventh in the NCAA Northeast Regional ranking.
- Junior Kieran Tuntivate won the 2018 Men's Ivy Heptagonal Championships individual title, the first Harvard champion since Maksim Korolev '14 in 2013.
The Crimson looks to qualify for the 2018 NCAA Championships in Madison, Wisconsin on Saturday, November 17th.
To qualify, the Crimson must finish in the top two at regionals to receive an automatic bid. If they do not, they can be selected as one of 13 at-large teams by the NCAA Division I Cross Country Subcommittee. If the team doesn't qualify, individuals can earn a spot by finishing in the top four in the region on a team that doesn't qualify.