Race Entries on DirectAthletics.com
Race times & Results
- 2 p.m. Packet pick-up, Course available for inspection
- 4 p.m. — Men's Varsity 8K Race
- 4:45 p.m — Women's Varsity 5K Race
- 5:15 p.m. - Men's Open 8K
- 6 p.m. - Women's Open 5K
- 2012 Women's Varsity 5K Results
- 2012 Men's Varsity 8K Results
- 2012 Women's Open 5K Results
- 2012 Men's Open 8K Results
2012 Race results provided by Michiana Timing will be posted on this website as soon as possible After the race.
Teams Competing: Adrian F,
Aquinas F, Aquinas M, Calvin F, Calvin M, Cleary F, Cleary M,
Cornerstone F, Cornerstone M, Glen Oaks CC F, Glen Oaks CC M
Grand Valley St. F, Grand Valley St. M, Hillsdale F, Hillsdale M
Jackson CC F, Jackson CC M, Kalamazoo F, Kalamazoo M, Lansing CC F, Lansing CC M, Marygrove F, Marygrove M, Mott CC F, Mott CC M, Muskegon CC F, Muskegon CC M, Northwood F, Northwood M
Oakland F, Oakland M, Playmakers M, Saginaw Valley F, Saginaw Valley M, Siena Heights F, Siena Heights M, Spring Arbor F
Please use DirectAthletics.com to complete your entries (directathletics.com entries site) RaceServices will be doing the timing for us. The number of entries is unlimited. Unattached runners should also register on-line at DirectAthletics.com.
Teams are welcome to “tailgate” before, during and after the race.
Pick up will be under the Pavilion by the Tennis courts the day of
This course is located one mile east of the main campus and borders East Paris Road on east side and Calvin’s Nature Preserve on the north. The Start and Finish are located on the Gainey Athletic Soccer Fields. The course features 10 meter wide paths cut through the Calvin property north and west of the Gainey Athletic Complex, wide sweeping turns, a long straight away parallel to the service road, beautiful tree-lined trails, a brief segment that runs through the Gainey Baseball fields and a finish just west of the start near the soccer stadium bleachers. The elevation gains are smooth and gradual except for one steep up and down (run twice) on the north side of the course. Footing is good. All miles and kilometers are marked.
Teams and officials are welcome to park in the small Gainey parking lot. However, buses should park parallel to the course along the service road west of the tennis courts and NOT in the Gainey lot. Coach busses, team vans and handicap parking will be able to park within the complex but will be asked to turn off their engines while the races are run. We will fill the lot then direct additional parking to the lot at Church of the Servant. Encourage fans and spectators to park in the Prince Conference Center (just east of the Beltline) parking lot and walk in (approximately 1/3 mile) from the Start/Finish. The access gate between the Prince Conference Center and course will NOT be open for vehicles. Additional parking is available at Church of the Servant CRC church on Burton (just west of East Paris).
Pick up will be under the Pavilion by the Tennis courts the day of the meet.
AWARDS- Team and Individual Awards for varsity
races only Two Divisions
1. NCAA Division I
2. NCAA Division II, III,
NAIA and Junior Colleges
Team Awards given for each division.
Individual All Michigan award given to the
top 10 finishers in each division
We will make accommodations for those teams who choose to shower.Locker rooms will be available at the Spoelhof Fieldhouse Complex.
Results will be posted in the Gainey shelter for review.
T-shirts will be awarded to the top collegiate 15 female and top collegiate 15 male finishers.
Meet Director: Bret Otte, Head Track & Field Coach, Calvin College (email@example.com), 616-526-7815 or 616-485-4737
Calvin Head Cross Country Coach: Brian Diemer (firstname.lastname@example.org)