2004-05 Women's Cross Country News
Archives:
November 08, 2004
Sophomore Katy Steffan became the first female athlete from Florida Gulf Coast University to compete in an NCAA championship when she ran in the NCAA Division II South Region women's 6k cross country championship on Saturday, November 6 in Memphis, Tennessee
November 03, 2004
Florida Gulf Coast University cross country coach Chris Highfield had a simple goal for his teams first season of eligibility in NCAA Division II.
October 15, 2004
The Florida Gulf Coast University women's cross country team finished 10th out of 14 teams Friday evening at the 15th Annual Stetson Hatter Cross Country Invitational.
October 11, 2004
In her first season on the Florida Gulf Coast University women's cross country team, sophomore Katy Steffan (Naples/Barron Collier) is making it a season of firsts as well.
October 04, 2004
Sophomore Katy Steffan (Naples/Barron Collier) posted the highest finish ever by a Florida Gulf Coast University cross country runner with a fourth-place finish to lead the Eagles to seventh place in a 10-team field at the Embry-Riddle
September 27, 2004
The women's cross country team competed at the flrunners.com Invitational at Ed Radice State Park in Tampa this weekend, finishing 11th of 14 teams.
September 19, 2004
Paced by sophomore Katy Steffan, the Florida Gulf Coast University women's cross country team finished in 19th place overall with 499 points in a strong field at the Gator Invitational held at the Canterbury Equestrian Showplace in Newberry, Fla. Saturday
September 11, 2004
The Florida Gulf Coast University women's cross country placed five runners in the top-25 to finish second in the five-team Saint Leo Invitational, which was held at the Little Everglades Steeplechase Course in Dade City. It was the best team finish in school history.
September 07, 2004
Florida Tech Invite Cancelled - Eagles to run at St. Leo Invite
September 02, 2004
Running cross-country takes commitment and sacrifice. Getting up early every morning and training hard to represent their university is normal for the women's cross country team at Florida Gulf Coast University.