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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced its Daktronics Scholar-Athlete Teams on Monday and Cornerstone placed one on the men's side and a trio on the women's side. Seniors Tyler Steigenga (SR/Holland, Mich.), Julie Oosterhouse (SR/Byron Center, Mich.) and Leah Shepherd (SR/Kentwood, Mich.) were joined by junior Kayla Ovokaitys (JR/Cedar Springs, Mich.) in posting at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA.
LAWRENCE, Kan. – Julie Oosterhouse (SR/Byron Center, Mich.) and Cathy Coryell (SO/Hamilton, Mich. ) had a strong showing for the Cornerstone women's cross country team as Oosterhouse finished 37th while Coryell made her second straight appearance for the Golden Eagles. The team event was won by British Columbia while their senior Maria Bernard won the individual title with a time of 17:03.8.
LAWRENCE, Kan. — The first NAIA National Championship event happens Saturday as Rim Rock Farm in Lawrence, Kan. plays host to the Cross Country national championships. The women get it started at 11:30 a.m. EST followed by the men at 11:45 a.m. CU sends a pair on the women's side in sophomore Cathy Coryell (SO/Hamilton, Mich. ) and senior Julie Oosterhouse (SR/Byron Center, Mich.) while senior Louis Falland (SR/Nuriootpa, Australia) will represent the men's team.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The field is set for the 2014 NAIA Men's and Women's Cross Country National Championships, as the national office announced the team and individual qualifiers on Monday. Cornerstone will be represented by WHAC Champions Julie Oosterhouse (SR/Byron Center, Mich.) and Louis Falland (SR/Nuriootpa, Australia) as well as Cathy Coryell (SO/Hamilton, Mich. ) on the women's side.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Julie Oosterhouse (SR/Byron Center, Mich.) will represent the Cornerstone Women's Cross Country program at the NAIA National Championships on November 22 in Lawrence, Kan. as the senior took home top honors today at the WHAC Championships. Oosterhouse ran a time of 18:07 while leading the Golden Eagles to a third place finish among the 10 teams.