Last week a number of Cal Lutheran administrators attended the 2015 NCAA Convention in Washington D.C. where legislation was a key topic of conversation, not only for Division I programs, but at the D-III level as well.
On the first Saturday of November beneath a cloudy sky, the Cal Lutheran women’s cross country team toed the line at the 2014 SCIAC Championships at Prado Park, running through a sloppy, muddy, course in some rain to finish 2-6 today, for a fifth place tie in the final league standings.
The first SCIAC meet of the season was an important one as the Cal Lutheran women’s cross country team toed the line against all eight other schools in the league at the 2014 Multi-Duals at La Mirada Park this afternoon.
Everyone played Bingo as a kid; now, the Cal Lutheran student body has the opportunity to play it again with sporting events! CLU athletics, marketing and student life have teamed up to create Purple Pit Bingo complete with prizes at the end of the semester.
In a competitive field packed with Division I, II, III and NAIA programs, the Cal Lutheran women’s cross country team ran to a sixth place finish in a field of 17 to open the season at the adidas/UCI Invitational hosted by UC Irvine at ARC Fields this morning.
Coming off one of their best seasons in recent history, the Cal Lutheran women’s cross country team will look to build upon that success in 2014. Despite graduating All-American Melissa Skiba, the Regals will add five talented freshmen and one transfer to the mix of six returners.
A mix of returning and incoming athletes on both the men’s and women’s sides will contribute to the Cal Lutheran cross country program in 2014 as the joint schedule was released by head coach Matt Lea earlier this week.
Much praise is focused on athletic success during the day-to-day operations of Cal Lutheran athletics, but on Saturday, May 10, 160 student-athletes were recognized, honored and inducted into the CLU Scholar Athlete Society at the 11th annual induction ceremony in the Gilbert Arena.