KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The fields for the NAIA men's and women's cross country national championships have been announced, including the Rocky Mountain College men's team and Carroll College women's team as the Frontier Conference's automatic qualifiers. The Carroll men were also invited as an at-large bid to the championship, which will be held April 9 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
In addition to the Rocky and Carroll teams, Frontier runners Field Soosloff of MSU-Northern and Luke Lutz and Matt Wilson of Montana Western will be in the 96-individual men's field.
Four additional individual women -- Becca Richtman of Montana Tech, Eireann O'Connor of Montana Western, and Mei-Li Stevens and Sydney Little Light of Rocky Mountain College -- will represent the Frontier Conference at the championships. The women's field includes 98 individual runners.
Both the men's and women's fields include 36 teams.
The races will be broadcast for the first time this year on the NAIA Network. To access the live video stream and purchase a pass, please click here.