Men’s Cross Country Set For Cowboy Jamboree At Oklahoma State

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Princeton will venture to the Southwest this weekend, set to compete in the Cowboy Jamboree hosted by Oklahoma State.

The Tigers are ranked No. 21 in this week’s USTFCCCA Top-30, and they will have a chance to test themselves against many teams also nationally ranked. All total, eight top-ten teams in the latest USTFCCCA Top-30 are entered in the meet this weekend and 15 of the Top-30 will toe the starting line.

“We appreciate the opportunity to make a trip to the course where the NCAA Championships will be held and compete against a championship-caliber field,” said head coach Jason Vigilante. “This is part of our annual progression to be ready for the postseason and be comfortable on the course when we arrive at nationals. We have a lot of work to do the rest of the way this season, but hopefully we are making the first of two trips to Stillwater this year.”

Last time out, the Tigers claimed victory at the HYP meet with a two-point win over Harvard.

Teams entered in the race:

No. 11 Air Force

No. 4 BYU

Carl Albert State

No. 5 Colorado

El Paso CC

No. 23 Furman

No. 16 Gonzaga

Hardin Simmons

No. 15 Harvard

Kentucky

Middle Tennessee State

North Texas

No. 1 Northern Arizona

Oklahoma Christian

No. 2 Oklahoma State

No. 24 Ole Miss

No. 21 Princeton

Redlands CC

Southern Nazarene

No. 3 Stanford

Syracuse

No. 29 Texas

Texas Southern

No. 6 Tulsa

Utah Valley

No. 9 Wake Forest

No. 8 Washington

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