ACC Set for Friday’s NCAA Cross Country Regionals

ACC Set for Friday's NCAA Cross Country Regionals

CHARLOTTE, N.C. ( – All 15 programs around the Atlantic Coast Conference are set to compete in NCAA Cross Country Regionals on Friday, Nov. 10. In 2022, 12 ACC cross country teams earned their place in the NCAA Championships, including nine teams – five women’s and four men’s -that earned automatic qualifier bids.

Upcoming Schedule for ACC Teams (All Times Eastern)

Friday, Nov. 10 | NCAA Regional Championships

NCAA Great Lake Regional hosted by Wisconsin

Women’s 6K – 12:30 p.m.; Men’s 10K – 1:30 p.m.

Notre Dame


NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional hosted by Lehigh

Women’s 6K – 12:00 p.m.; Men’s 10K – 1:00 p.m.



NCAA Northeast Regional hosted by Columbia

Women’s 6K – 11:00 a.m.; Men’s 10K – 12:00 p.m.

Boston College, Syracuse


NCAA South Regional hosted by Florida

Women’s 6K – 8:30 a.m.; Men’s 10K – 9:30 a.m.

Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami


NCAA Southeast Regional hosted by South Carolina Upstate

Women’s 6K – 11:00 a.m.; Men’s 10K – 12:00 p.m.

Clemson, Duke, Louisville, North Carolina, NC State, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest


Saturday, Nov. 18

NCAA Division I Championships at Charlottesville, Va.

Women’s 6K followed by men’s 10K

Qualifying teams and individuals from NCAA Regionals


How it Works

  • A total of 31 teams will earn bids to the upcoming NCAA Division I Championships via Friday’s competition. Eighteen (18) bids are automatic (the top two teams in each of nine regions), and 13 at-large team selections will be announced on Saturday.
  • After teams have been determined, 38 additional individuals per gender are selected to compete at the NCAA Championships. Among individuals NOT selected as members of qualifying teams in the above process, the top four finishers at each regional meet are automatically selected (each must have finished within the top 25 of the region).

Finish Lines

  • All 15 ACC programs are set for Friday’s NCAA Cross Country regionals, with teams and student-athletes seeking to advance to the NCAA Championships on Saturday, Nov. 19, in Charlottesville, Virginia.
  • When Virginia hosts the NCAA Championships, it will mark the second time since 2018 in which an ACC school is the host site, joining Florida State in 2021.
  • The NC State women will look to defend their back-to-back…

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