Ranger College has cross country men’s and women’s teams.
Our men’s and women’s cross country/half marathon and distance track teams are known as National Competitors. We train hard, and produce great results in the classroom and on the track and course. Every year, we send a team to the national meet where we have been consistently in the top 5 for half marathon and top 20 for cross country out of all the NJCAA schools in the nation. We take an athlete’s raw potential and enable them to succeed on the collegiate level.
Women’s Cross Country:
One of the premier programs in Region V, the Ranger College women’s cross country team has been a springboard for numerous athletes to reach NCAA dreams. Under head coach Kathy Graham, the RC women’s team has consistently finished among the top teams in Region V, as well as the nation. In 2018, the Lady Rangers were ranked among the top 15 in the NJCAA rankings. Among the former RC runners that moved on to larger programs are Freshia Ndungu (UTPB), Gladys Rutto (Auburn University), Benisse Inamahorro (Auburn University.)
To find out more about Ranger College Athletics, visit http://www.rangersports.net/sports/wxc/index, the College’s official athletic website.
Men’s Cross Country:
Consistently ranked among the nation’s best, the Ranger College men’s cross country program sports some of the top athletes in Region V, as well as the NJCAA ranks. Under the guidance of veteran coach Kathy Graham, the Rangers have been ranked among the top 15 small college teams in the U.S. for much of the last five years. The Rangers, who were ranked as high at No. 11 in the country, had five athletes earn NJCAA All-American honors in 2018. The team has propelled numerous runners into university programs all over Texas.
To find out more about Ranger College Athletics, visit http://www.rangersports.net/sports/mxc/index, the College’s official athletic website.