Liberty Flames - Cross Country

Cross Country

Perhaps the most prominent athlete to come through Liberty is Josh McDougal. McDougal is a 12-time cross country and track All-American and in November 2007 outkicked Oregon's Galen Rupp to win the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championship. He has also helped lead the Flames' cross country and track teams to numerous Big South Championships.

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