2002 Men's Cross Country Archive
Stoffregen earns SCAC Coach of the Year honors
After leading the Tigers to a third straight Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference title, head coach Kori Stoffregen has earned SCAC Coach of the Year honors for the third straight time. Stoffregen has picked up 10 such honors combined in men's and women's cross country and men's and women's track and field.
Flory finishes 72nd at NCAA Championships
Simon Flory finished 72nd at the NCAA Division III Championships hosted by St. Olaf College. The junior finished in a time of 26:06.3. Complete results
Tigers place third at regionals; Flory places third to advance to Division III Championships
Simon Flory finished third in 25:03 at the Great Lakes Regional and advanced to the NCAA Division III Championships. The Tigers finished third as a team. Graham Wellman finished 12th in 25:27, while Torrey Teats was 15th in 25:35. Official championships site
DePauw wins third straight SCAC title; Wellman sets conference record
The Tigers won their third straight Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference championship as they finished with 17 points to runner-up Rhodes with 66. Graham Wellman won the meet with an SCAC-record time of 25:53. Simon Flory (2nd, 25:59.69), Torrey Teats (3rd, 26:05.62), Ben Stallsworth (5th, 26:30.03), Peter Hogg (6th, 26:48.67), Jared Mann (7th, 26:57.79) and Richie Brown (12th, 27:25.48) rounded out DePauw's all-SCAC performances. Complete results
DePauw finishes tied for third at Wisconsin-Parkside
Behind Simon Flory's 11th place finish and Graham Wellman's 15th place showing the Tigers placed in a tie for third at the Wisconsin-Parkside Invitational. Complete Results
Tigers finish 13th at Indiana State Invitational
DePauw was the top finishing non-Division I school at the Indiana State Invitational as it placed 13th among the 20 teams. Team Scores | Individual Results
DePauw unable to compete at Indiana Intercollegiates due to weather
The Tigers were unable to make it to the Indiana Intercolleigates due to the severe storms that passed through the Bloomington area on Friday afternoon.
Tigers win third straight meet with GLCA title
Finishing with just 38 points, the Tigers brought home first at the Great Lakes Colleges Association Championships hosted by Kenyon. Graham Wellman placed third in 27:04 followed by Simon Flory who was fifth in 27:16 and Torrey Teats who placed sixth in 27:29. John Stewart was 10th in 28:17. Complete results
DePauw wins Hokum Karem
The Tigers finished with 11 points to win the Wabash College Hokum Karem by two points over the University of Indianapolis. Wabash was third with 32 points. The tandem of Graham Wellman and Torrey Teats finished second in 29:11, while Keith Marshall and Simon Flory were third in 29:30.
Tigers easily win first meet of 2002 season
The Tigers took the top 10 individual spots and 12 of the top 13 on the way to an easy win over Franklin and Hanover at the Grizzly Invitational hosted by Franklin College. DePauw finished with the minimum 15 points followed by Franklin with 61 and Hanover with 64. Torrey Teats won the meet in a course record time of 26:26, while Simon Flory was second in 26:31. and Graham Wellman third in 26:43.