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Week 8: Cross Country Honors
Cross Country Combined - Wed, Oct. 26, 2016

(Sioux City, Iowa) – The Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) and Hauff Mid-America Sports are proud to announce the following Cross Country Runners-of-the-Week for October 17-23, 2016. Hauff Mid-America Sports is the presenting sponsor of the 2016-2017 GPAC Players-of-the-Week and Players and Coaches-of-the-Year awards program.

Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Cross Country Runners-of-the-Week

 

Women – Marissa DeWispelare, Doane University

Doane's Marissa DeWispelare is this week's GPAC/Hauff Mid-America Sports Women's Cross Country Runner-of-the-Week. DeWispelare, a senior from David City, Nebraska, continues to dominate races this year. She posted a time of 17:51 on the 5K course at the Seminole Valley Stampede to take second place. She was one of two runners to finishing with a time under 18 minutes. The Tiger team placed 4th overall.

               

Men – Will Norris, Northwestern College

Will Norris of Northwestern College is the GPAC/Hauff Mid-America Sports Men's Cross Country Runner-of-the-Week.  Norris, a senior from Spirit Lake, Iowa, set the school record in winning the Mount Marty Invite held last weekend at the Youth Soccer Complex in Yankton, S.D. Norris helped lead Northwestern to the men's team title for the second straight meet. Norris completed the 8K course in a school-record time of 24:39, 11 seconds faster than the old record held by Dale Schoolmeester (24:50) set at Dakota Wesleyan in 1981. This was the second consecutive win for Norris, who also took first at the Briar Cliff Invite. Norris now has three top 10 finishes this season and nine for his career.