by
Tim Flynn

Mines men's cross country team honored at White House

College Athlete Day recognized champions from NCAA Divisions I, II, and III across all sports
Mines cross country team in front of White House

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Colorado School of Mines men's cross country team was among national champions from across college sports honored at the White House on Monday as part of College Athlete Day.

Vice President Kamala Harris and NCAA president Charlie Baker hosted the ceremony on the White House's South Lawn. Individual national champion Dillon Powell represented Mines on stage at the event, which recognized champions from NCAA Divisions I, II, and III across all sports. They are the first Mines team to visit the White House as national champions.

Read more about the historic 2022 Oredigger team on minesathletics.com.

Tim Flynn

Tim Flynn

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