2000 Men's Cross Country Archive
Stoffregen named SCAC Coach of the Year
Kori Stoffregen was named Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year after leading the Tigers to their first conference title in their three years in the SCAC.
Fruth finishes 66th at NCAA Championships
Eric Fruth placed 66th at the NCAA Division III Championships hosted by Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington. Fruth finished with a time of 26:08.3. Complete results
Fruth qualifies for NCAA Championships; Tigers finished sixth
Eric Fruth finished 15th in 26:28 at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional at Hanover and qualified for next week's NCAA Championships. As a team the Tigers finished in sixth place. Other scorers included Brandon Emkes (45th/27:26), Matt DeLeon (57th/27:37), Torrey Teats (58th/27:39), Erik Albers (69th/27:48). Results
Tigers win SCAC title with record score
DePauw captured the 2000 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference championship hosted by Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, and Eric Fruth was the top individual as he finished the 8,000 meters in 27:13.10. Also earning all-SCAC honors were Brandon Emkes (4th/28:01.80), Torrey Teats (5th/28:06.50), Erik Albers (6th/28:06.50), Matt DeLeon (7th/28:17.30) and Josh Lamb (11th/28:32.10). The Tigers finished with 23 points to runner-up Centre's 65. The 23 points is the lowest team total in the 10-year history of the meet.
DePauw wins fourth invitational of season as they capture DePauw Invitational
Eric Fruth finished second and Brandon Emkes was fourth as the Tigers won an invitational for the fourth time this season. Complete team scores and individual results
21st-ranked Tigers place 10th at Washington University
Brandon Emkes finished 46th among the 313 runners in 25:39.9 at the All-Missouri/Border States Championship hosted by Washington University. Eric Fruth finished 54th in 25:43.2. The Tigers finished 10th out of 30 teams and were fourth amongst Division III schools. Complete team scores and individual results
DePauw remains 21st in latest Division III poll
The Tigers are ranked 21st in the Division III coaches poll released on October 3.
Tigers win third meet of season as they capture Earlham Inviational
DePauw won an invitational for the third time this season as they edged runner-up Anderson, 49-50. Brandon Emkes paced the Tigers with a fifth-place finish in 27:37. Erik Albers was eighth at 27:49, Torrey Teats placed ninth in 27:50 and Matt DeLeon was 10th in 27:51. Brian Thompson rounded out the DePauw scorers with a 18th-place showing in 28:13.
DePauw ranked 18th in national poll
The Tigers are ranked 18th in Division III in the latest poll released. DePauw has won two meets and finished third at the Little State. Complete rankings
Tigers place eighth at Indiana Intercollegiates and third among non Division I school
Led by Eric Fruth's 34th place finish in 24:23.76, the Tigers finished eighth amongst the 25 teams at the Indiana Intercollegiates and third among the non-Division I schools. Brandon Emkes was 60th in 25:07.30 and Dennis Flanagan was 65th in 25:15.48. Complete results
DePauw captures Hanover Invitational
The Tigers used five individual finishes in the top 23 to easily take first at the 21-team Hanover Invitational. The Tigers finished with 68 points to runner-up Hope College's 102. Eric Fruth finished sixth in 28:13.40 and Brandon Emkes was ninth in 28:27.70. Results
Tigers win Wabash Hokum-Karem
The Tigers finished with 11 points to win the annual Hokum-Karem meet at Wabash College. The University of Indianapolis was second with 12 points and Wabash was third with 37.