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WTAMU to host NCAA regional championships

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Canyon, Texas - West Texas A&M University has been approved by the NCAA Division II championships committee to host the 2015 and 2017 Men and Women's Cross Country South Central Regional Championships.

The regional competitions will take place November 7 or 8, 2015 and November 4 or 5, 2017 at The Rang, WT's new on-campus cross country course.

The Range was completed during this year's cross country season with two meets held there. The Range runs fast and is laid out generally flat with a few slight inclines and declines throughout.

It features a 600m straightaway start and a 200m straight away finish. It is located on the East end of campus, across the street to the North from the First United Bank Center.

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