AP Photo/Darron Cummings

Women's X-Country

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- The Oregon cross country program captured a national title Saturday at the NCAA championships, though not the one most were expecting. Maurica Powell's UO women captured the team title by the barest of margins, a single point over Michigan.

Freshman Katie Rainsberger finished fourth for the Ducks over the six-kilometer LaVern Gibson Championship Course, in 19:51.1, leading three All-American finishers from Oregon. Junior Alli Cash was 14th in 20:08.2, and Samantha Nadel took 21st in 20:14.0.

-- Oregon Athletics via NCAA.com | Full story

2017 NCAA championship information

WHEN: Nov. 18

WHERE: E.P. Tom Sawyer Park (Louisville)

2016 CHAMPION: Oregon | Karissa Schweizer, Missouri

MOST TITLES: Villanova, 9

HISTORY: Past Division I Champions

MORE INFORMATION: NCAA.com