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WWU women’s XC captures first regional title in program history

Ashley Reeck leads Vikings' women in 5th; Andrew Oslin leads all in 3rd

Western Washington University assistant coach and cross country lead T.J. Garlatz hoists the women's NCAA Division II West Regional championship trophy over the banner as the team smiles for the camera.
Western Washington University assistant coach and cross country lead T.J. Garlatz hoists the women's NCAA Division II West Regional championship trophy Saturday, Nov. 4 at the Ash Creek Preserve in Monmouth, Oregon. The Vikings' women team captured the first-ever regional title across both Western cross country programs since the school joined the NCAA in 1998.
By Connor J. Benintendi Staff Reporter
For the first time in program history, Western Washington University women’s cross country capture
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