Travis Bristow, Hamline

Week of: 2006-11-01

Hamline University senior Travis Bristow (Pine River, Minn./Pine River-Backus) won the individual

title as the Pipers took second at the MIAC Men’s Cross Country Championships held Saturday at

Como Park. Bristow is the first Piper to win the individual crown since Tom Kreger accomplished the

feat in 2002. Bristow finished the 8-kilometer course in a time of 26:02.52 - 6.6 seconds ahead of

Saint John’s Mitch VanBruggen.

Travis Bristow, Hamline

Week of: 2006-10-31
Hamline University senior Travis Bristow (Pine River, Minn./Pine River-Backus) won the individual title as the Pipers took second at the MIAC Men's Cross Country Championships held Saturday at Como Park. Bristow is the first Piper to win the individual crown since Tom Kreger accomplished the feat in 2002. Bristow finished the 8-kilometer course in a time of 26:02.52 - 6.6 seconds ahead of Saint John's Mitch VanBruggen.

Dan Greeno, Bethel

Week of: 2006-10-18

Bethel University first-year Dan Greeno (St. Michael, Minn./St. Michael-Albertville) broke the 32

year-old Bethel cross country all-time best with a 25:18 clocking at the UW Oshkosh Cross Country

Invite on Saturday, October 14th. Greeno’s effort was good for 17th place, the highest of any MIAC

runner in the field of over 300.

Travis Bristow, Hamline

Week of: 2006-10-11

Hamline University senior Travis Bristow (Pine River, Minn./Pine River-Backus) led Hamline to a first

place finish as the Pipers won the 4-kilometer race at the Dan Huston Invitational held Saturday at

Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. Bristow crossed the line at 12:05, beating out the field of 168 for

first place at the invitational. The Pipers, ranked 12th in the latest USTFCCCA poll, had three of the top

five runners in the race.

Kelly Fernoyle, Saint John's

Week of: 2006-10-04

Saint John’s University junior Kelly Fermoyle (Mendota Heights, Minn./Henry Sibley) finished second

overall at the UW-Eau Claire Invitational on Friday and helped the Johnnies edge #2 UW-La Crosse

and Division II Minnesota-Duluth for the team title. Fermoyle’s time was 25.42 over the 10 kilometer

course, only 10 seconds behind Minnesota-Duluth’s Eric Atkinson.

Travis Bristow, Hamline

Week of: 2006-09-27

Hamline University senior Travis Bristow (Pine River, Minn./Pine River-Backus) finished in 10th place at the Roy

Griak Invitational held Saturday at the University of Minnesota. Bristow completed the eight-kilometer course in a

time of 26:15 to be the first MIAC runner across the finish line. The Pipers were sixth out of the 52 Division II and

III institutions in the field. Concordia (Calif.) won the team competition with UW-La Crosse finishing second.

Dylan Keith, Macalester

Week of: 2006-09-20

Macalester College senior Dylan Keith (Soldiers Grove, Wis./North Crawford) ran to a fifth-place finish to lead

Macalester to a fifth-place result Saturday morning in the 23-team St. Olaf Invitational in Northfield. Keith was

one of three Scots placing in the top 40 in this large 272-runner field and was second among Division III runners

with a 26:22 clocking over the 8000-meter course. The Scots were third among NCAA Division III teams, behind

No. 8 ranked UW-La Crosse and No. 3 Hamline and were second among the eight MIAC teams participating.

Nine Macalester runners finished in the top 100.

Kelly Fermoyle, Saint John's

Week of: 2006-09-13

Saint John’s junior Kelly Fermoyle (Mendota Heights, Minn./Henry Sibley) won the Saint John’s

Invitational on Friday with a course record time of 25:59. Fermoyle, along with three other Johnnies,

were the top four finishers at the invitational. Saint John’s beat out MSU-Mankato to capture the title

Junior in the seven-team event.