Samford's Guillorel Qualifies for NCAA Cross Country Championships
Arsène Guillorel became the first ever Samford male cross country student-athlete to qualify for the NCAA Cross Country Championships after his performance at the NCAA South Regional meet Nov. 13. The national championships are Nov. 21 in Louisville, Kentucky.
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