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(10/8/18) Cardinals compete in Gary Stoner Invitational.  After waiting out a 45 minute thunderstorm delay,the MAC Cross Country teams competed at the Gary Stoner Invitational CC Meet held at Fayette Golf Course and hosted by Central Methodist University on Saturday, October 6th. The rain soaked golf course slowed times a little, but overall it turned out to be a nice day.
MAC results


Women-5kil. 9 schools (5 scoring) 45 runners


Madison DeClue 30th-23:02


Men-8 kil. 9 schools (8 scoring) 60 runners


Team-7th place


Sam Toppins-13th-28:22 

Collin Jenkins-36th-30:58 

Sam Skaggs-40th-31:39 

Bailey McCoy-48th-32:37   

Blake Cobb-51st-34:05


Complete results

https://www.tfrrs.org/results/xc/14738/Gary_Stoner_Invitational

(10/1/18)  Sam Toppins has big day at H.W. Wright Classic. MAC participated in the H.W. Wright Classic over the weekend. Top Performance for MAC came from Sam Toppins with a 20th place finish out of 110 runners.  Sam's time of 27:39 on the challenging 8 Kilometer course would have placed him in the top 25 at last year's National Junior College Division 3 meet, which will probably earn him a trip to this Year's National Meet in Westfield, Massachusetts. 

Men. 8 Kilometers. 110 runners-13 schools


Sam Toppins - 20th. 27:39
Collin Jenkins- 58th 30:23
Bailey McCoy- 79th 32:03
Blake Cobb- 89th 32:43


Women 6 kilometers. 85 runners 13 schools


Madison DeClue- 40th 26:54

 

 

Results from H.W. Wright Classic

 

(9/10/18)  MAC participates in Forest Park Cross Country Festival.  The MAC Cross Country team traveled to St. Louis this past Friday to run in the Forest Park Cross Country Festival.  Madison DeClue (Potosi) finished 25th overall with 25.12 time in the 5,000 meter (5K) in the women's division.

(9/10/18)  MAC participates in Forest Park Cross Country Festival.  The MAC Cross Country team traveled to St. Louis this past Friday to run in the Forest Park Cross Country Festival.  Madison DeClue (Potosi) finished 25th overall with 25.12 time in the 5,000 meter (5K). 

 

(9/4/18) Great River Open Results  The MAC Cross Country team particpated in its first ever meet this past weekend at Hannibal Langrange University.  They had a solid 3rd place finish in the men's division.  Below are the results:

Great River Open

Team Results

Men

Hannibal LaGrange Uiversity – 16

Quincy University – 67

Mineral Area College – 77

Culver Stockton College – 114

Women

Hannibal LaGrange University – 15

 

*Mineral Area's Sam Toppins places 5th with a time of 17:47*

 

Trojan Cross Country Meet Men

Trojan Cross Country Meet Girls

 

The Mineral Area Cross Country team will travel to Forest Park in St. Louis on Friday September 7th to participate in the Forest Park Cross Country Festival. The race is schedule to begin at 4:30PM.

 

(8/31/18)  Cross Country has 1st meet today.  The MAC Cross Country team will participate in their first ever meet today at Hannibal-Lagrange University.  The men will start at 6:00 P.M. and the women will start at 6:30. 

 

(8/27/18)  Cross Country to start inaugural season Friday.  The Mineral Area College cross country teams will kick off their inaugural seasons on Friday, August 31 when then travel to Hannibal, MO to participate in the Great River Open on the Campus of Hannibal LaGrange University.  Friday’s meet for the MAC men’s and women’s cross country teams will begin at 6:00pm.   

Mineral Area College to Offer New Sports in 2018-2019


The Mineral Area College Athletic Department is proud to announce the addition of four new NJCAA sports to its athletic department, which will begin competition during the 2018-2019 academic year.

The college will field teams in men’s and women’s cross country in the fall and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field in the spring. Student-athletes participating in cross country will have the opportunity to take part in distance events during the spring track and field
season.

All four sports will compete at the NJCAA Division III level. Mineral Area College
anticipates that the addition of the four sports will bring between 20 and 40 new student-athletes to campus. Each of the teams will use the Mineral Area College campus to practice and compete.