Currently balancing a major in both medical laboratory science and nursing, Kurgat was honored with the prestigious title of NCAA Division II Female Scholar Athlete of the Year. This was the first time in UAA history that a track and field or cross-country athlete was awarded the title.
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Kurgat adds the individual national win and Athlete of the Year title to several other awards, including three USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Week awards and two Great Northwest Athletic Conference runner of the week awards.
The senior from Eldoret, Kenya finished the 6-kilometer course in 20 minutes, 32.3 seconds, about 20 seconds ahead of second place finisher Sarah Berger of Walsh University.
Kurgat took the individual title, leading the women’s team to a second-place finish, while the men’s team finished fifth overall at the West Regional Championship
Caroline Kurgat took the individual women's win about a minute ahead of second place finisher Mary Charleson of Seattle Pacific. Senior All-American Edwin Kangogo led the men's team with his runner-up finish.
Caroline Kurgat takes the win and paces the women’s team to a third-place finish in Conference Crossover
UAA recently announced that the event will be taken over by Healthy Futures.
The men's and women's cross-country teams are off to a great start for their 2017 campaigns.
The Alaskaman Extreme Triathlon debuted for the first time on July 15 as nearly 200 athletes competed in the 142-mile event.
An initial proposal to cut both sports was overturned
The women's and men's cross-country team won overall at the conference meet.
UAA continues their successful cross country season with another victory
For the Seawolf cross country team’s, winning is a tradition. Like clockwork, both squads have jumped off to another 2-0 start. It’s the fourth straight time the runners have opened the season in that fashion. And they rarely slow down the pace.
KANEOHE, Oahu — Led by individual wins from Micah Chelimo and Susan Tanui, the Alaska Anchorage men's and women's cross-country teams picked up their second consecutive team titles by sweeping the Hawaii Big Wave Invitational on Saturday morning.
UAA followed up their victory in Fairbanks with a solid win against Western Washington University (WWU) on Oct. 20 winning the match 3-0. The ‘Wolves were lead by senior outside hitter Jackie Matthisen and junior setter Kimya Jafroudi. Matthisen led the match with 12 kills and also set Seawolf history becoming the fifth player in UAA history to have 1,000 recorded career kills.
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The UAA cross-country meet at Kincaid Park was a starting line for the season, where the men and women both finished in in the top four spots for both teams. With a 18 minute finish in the 5K race was senior Ruth Keino crossing the finishing line 46 seconds before the second place finisher.
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Cross Country Year: Sophomore Previous School: Skyview HS Hometown: Soldotna, AK Major: Civil Engineering Cross Country Accomplishments: In high school Alex did not participate in cross-country, instead she spent...
Seawolves cross country has been off to a great start this year. So far they have had two very successful showings. Both the men...