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Western Washington University’s Katelyn Steen became just the second runner in school history — man or woman — to place among the top five individually, finishing fifth, and the Viking women were 12th and men 13th in the team standings, bettering their national rankings by six and 10 places,…

Sports dynasties are models of consistency. Dynastic teams experience continued success because of teamwork and a culture of winning.

While it may be too soon to call Western Washington University’s men’s cross country team a dynasty, with seven straight trips to…

Thirteen Western Washington University men's and women’s cross country runners were named 2014 Great Northwest Athletic Conference Academic All-Stars in an announcement Thursday, Nov. 6, by the conference office.

Western Washington University’s Katelyn Steen has been named the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) National Division II Female Athlete of the Week for Oct. 26-Nov. 1. That announcement was made Monday, Nov. 3.

Steen, a senior from Sammamish,…

Western Washington University’s Katelyn Steen took the women’s individual title in meet record time at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships held Saturday, Nov. 1, in Monmouth, Ore.

Western Washington University’s Cody McCranie has been selected the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Cross Country Men’s Athlete of the Week for Oct. 19-25.

The Western Washington University men won for the second time this season with a perfect score, and the Viking women prevailed without their top runner at the WWU Cross Country Open held Saturday, Oct. 25, at Hovander Homestead Park.

The competition was the last of…

Though the Western Washington University women’s cross country team dropped out of the top 25 nationally and out of the top five in the West region, it hasn’t completely given up on this season.

One big reason is the consistent leadership of All-American Katelyn…

Western Washington University’s Katelyn Steen took third overall in the women’s race, and the WWU men’s team took fourth overall at the 41st Annual WWU Cross Country Classic on Saturday, Oct. 11, at Lake Padden.

Steen completed the women’s 6k course in 21 minutes,…

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