Iowa State Cyclones Cross Country is an athletic team representing the Cyclones of Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. Originally, the men’s and women’s teams were considered separate; but, beginning in the 2007 season, the two teams were combined and are now considered as one at the university.
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... In October 1995, the ISU Cross Country Course was dedicated and opened ... This facility was the original dream of Iowa State Men’s Cross Country Coach Bill Bergan ... It was the host of the 2000 NCAA Division 1 Cross Country Championships and was the first course in the United States to be specifically and used and ...
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