Oklahoma State made a name for itself at the NCAA Regional Championship on Friday afternoon.
Both the men and women’s teams won in Lawrence, Kansas, at the Rim Rock Farm course.
The women’s team finished first in the 6K, beating second-place Iowa and third-place Minnesota. Tulsa came in fourth, and Oklahoma came in seventh. OSU women’s runners Natalie Baker, Ingeborg Loevnes and Kaela Edwards came in fourth, seventh and ninth, respectivdely.
The men’s team came in first in the 8K, as well. The team beat second-place Minnesota, third-place Oklahoma and fourth-place Tulsa. OSU’s Cerake Geberkidane Vegard Oelstad and Joshua Thompson came in third, 10th and 13th, respectively.
Saturday, the teams head to the NCAA Championships to display their skill to the nation. The first meet starts at 11 a.m. in Louisville, Kentucky, on the Tom Sawyer State Park cross-country course.