For much of 2020 and into last year, Toledo coach Andrea Grove-McDonough spent countless hours on Zoom calls and sending text messages to recruits.
Only a week remains until high school cross country and track and field athletes can begin signing their NLIs with college programs.
More on Oregon's recruiting class, and the unique circumstances that led them to gain the commitment of Connor Burns.
Air Force is on the rise under director of XC Ryan Cole, who's led the men to a fifth-place national ranking in recent weeks.
The Wake Forest men have landed five of the best distance recruits in the nation, including two national championship XC contenders.
The women of NAU are slowly but surely building up a tradition, and might soon have the results to back up their emergence.
Colorado nabbed two top runners from Minnesota and New York, who, interestingly enough, are currently ranked No. 1 and No. 2 nationally.
Micah Larry, MileSplit's top boys recruit for the Class of 2023, plans on waiting to determine his college choice until late November.
Four years since moving from Division II to Division II, Cap Baptist is on the verge of making the NCAA Cross Country Championships.
On Friday, Newbury Park distance star Aaron Sahlman announced that he had narrowed his college choices down to Arkansas, Northern Arizona, Oklahoma and UCLA.
Adam Smith took over for Ryan Vanhoy at Ole Miss. He's already finding his place with the Rebels.
Notre Dame's women's recruiting efforts have not gone unnoticed. Recently, they've earned commitments from two big-time athletes.
Tulsa didn't set out to be one of premier homes of international distance recruits. But after various successes, the Golden Hurricanes have become just that.
As national signing day approaches, more track and cross country athletes are committing to colleges, and more coaches are trying to secure future talent.
A peek inside what's made Utah State so compelling over the last few years under head coach Artie Gulden.
Here are three Power Five programs to watch as the NLI period approaches.