Here is the most up to date version of the NCAA Division III Men’s Cross Country Regional Rankings for Week 6 of the 2021 season, which was delivered on Tuesday by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). Changes were abundant with nine of the 10 areas seeing top-5 development following an interesting few days of crosscountry enamored the country.
Recall that Regional Championships Saturday is set for November 13!
There was one little change to the request for the main 5 groups in the East Region.
MIT and Bates stayed No. 1 and negative. 2, individually, trailed by No. 3 Colby, yet Tufts jumped WPI into the No. 4 spot (WPI is currently No. 5.). Four of those main 5 projects were at the Connecticut College Invitational this previous end of the week: MIT wrapped sprinter up behind East No. 1 Williams; Bates wound up 6th; Tufts took eighth, two spots in front of WPI. Colby wrapped a reasonable sprinter up at the Suffolk Invitational this previous end of the week behind NCAA DI Dartmouth.
There was one change to the request for the best 5 groups in the Great Lakes Region.
John Carroll and Otterbein stayed No. 1 and negative. 2, separately, trailed by No. 3 Case Western Reserve, No. 4 Calvin and new No. 5 Mount Union. John Carroll, Case Western Reserve and Mount Union all contended at the Oberlin Inter-Regional Rumble this previous end of the week with the Blue Streaks bringing home the group title, while the Spartans took fifth and the Purple Raiders wound up 6th. Otterbein and Calvin contended at the Augustana Interregional Invitational this previous end of the week with the previous taking fourth and the last setting seventh.
There were a couple of changes to the request for the best 5 groups in the Metro Region.
Haverford stayed No. 1, yet is presently trailed by No. 2 Ramapo, No. 3 Rowan, No. 4 TCNJ and negative. 5 Swarthmore. Every one of those main 5 projects contended at the Rowan Inter-Regional Border Battle and completed in that careful request. The Fords and the Rowdies both completed among the best 10 projects with the previous in fourth and the last in 10th.
There were some huge changes to the request for the best 5 groups in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Carnegie Mellon jumped Johns Hopkins into the No. 1 recognize (The Blue Jays slid to No. 2), while No. 3 Dickinson, No. 4 Messiah and negative. 5 Lebanon Valley all held consistent. The Tartans and the Blue Jays both completed third at their particular meets this previous end of the week (CMU at the Oberlin Inter-Regional Rumble; Johns Hopkins at the Rowan Inter-Regional Border Battle), however the previous’ outcome was considered more grounded dependent on the opposition. The Red Devils posted the following best consequence of the bundle with a 6th spot finish at the Rowan Inter-Regional Border Battle.
There were a couple of eminent changes to the request for the best 5 groups in the Mideast Region.
Williams stayed No. 1, yet is presently trailed by No. 2 Middlebury, No. 3 RPI, No. 4 Connecticut College and negative. 5 Vassar. That is actually how the groups completed at the Connecticut College Invitational this previous end of the week: the Ephs caught the group title; the Panthers completed third; the Engineers were fourth; the Camels took an unmistakable fifth; the Brewers wound up seventh, four spots in front of past No. 4 Amherst.