Results from Previous Seasons
Click here to see meet results and team split sheets dating back to the 2000 season. This section remains a work in progress! Report any broken links or other errors you notice to Coach Gilmore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MCC Conference Meet History
SLUH is a member school of the Metro Catholic Conference (MCC). Since its formation in 1991, the MCC has been the athletic home of SLUH, DeSmet, Vianney, CBC, and Chaminade - five of the largest all-male Catholic schools in St. Louis. The conference has offered Cross Country as an interscholastic activity from its inception, and SLUH has a very prolonged tradition of success among its competitors. Click here to read more about our history at the MCC Championships.
District & Sectional Meet History
District and Sectional are the two prelude meets to the State Meet. There are eight Districts and four Sectionals spread around Missouri. Every school with a cross country team is eligible to compete at their District meet. In 2016, 99 Class 4 schools (SLUH's class) competed at Districts. The top four teams (and any individuals in the top 30 from non-qualifying teams) qualify from each District to Sectional, and the top four teams (and any individuals in the top 30 from non-qualifying teams) qualify from each Sectional to State. That eventually qualifies 16 teams (plus individuals) to compete at the State Championship. Click here for historical information on SLUH teams and their performances at the District and Sectional Championships.
State Meet History
SLUH has a rich history of success at the State Cross Country meet. Of the approximately 100 Class 4 teams who enter the District meet, 16 teams qualify through to State. Each year, a program goal of ours is to qualify as a team to compete in the State Championship, something we have been able to do every year since 1993 - an active streak of 25 years. View our historical team and individual performances at State here.
Click here for team records for two staples of our program: 800-meter repeats and tempo runs.