The Michigan State women’s cross country team has completed a season of perfection.
The top-ranked Spartans captured their first national title in program history, finishing unofficially with 85 points – 62 fewer than runner-up Iowa State – at the NCAA Championships on Saturday afternoon.
It marks the first team national championship for MSU since hockey captured the 2007 title. The championship is the second by a women’s team in school history.
For the full article, see Brian Calloway, “MSU women’s cross country wins national title”, Lansing State Journal, November 22, 2014.