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Page 8 PHOTO BY GEORGE U N E , IR STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER November Sports Football vs. UM Western; 1pm (away) Mens BBALL vs. Southern Oregon (in Lewiston, ID); 5:30pm Cross-Country Regional Tournament (in Olympia) Women’s BBALL vs. Fischer College 7pm (home) Volleyball Conference Championships 10th: Football vs. MT Tech; 12 pm (home) Men’s BBALL vs. Dixie State (in Utah) TBA 14th: Soccer National Tournament (14th-20th) - Florida 16th: Men’s BBALL vs. Simpson University CA; 6pm (home) Women’s BBALL vs. Simpson University: TBA (home) 17th: Men’s BBALL vs. Biola University - CA; 8pm (home) Women’s BBALL vs. Dickinson State 6pm (home) Cross Country National Tournament (in Kenosha, Wl) 23th: Men’s BBALL vs. Albertson (in Salt Lake); 5pm Women’s BBALL TBA (in Butte); TBA 24th: Men’s BBALL vs. Warner Pacific (in Salt Lake); 5pm Women’s BBALL @ Sarsfeild Classic (in Butte); TBA 30th: Men’s BBALL vs. Brewton Parker (in Day ona, FL); 6pm Women’s BBALL @ MSU-Northern Tourna ment (in Havre); TBA Sports by Katie Smith - Intern Writer C r o s s C o u n t r y : A rookie season to be proud of The Saints cross country team may be a new sport to Car- roll, but you would never know it by their rook ie season success. The team start ed hitting the ground running, literally, and did not stop until the end. Dur ing the Saints’ first home meet they swept the The women’s team huddles competition, beating out University of Great Falls, who were rated in the NAIA national polls. “There are four things that each of our athletes needed to be before we recruited them,” said head coach Bill Ballinger, “they needed to be good students, have a desire to complete, like being a part of a team, and like Carroll.” Most can see this was a great strategy in choosing the team. With common goals and ideals, they have truly come together as a team. One section of the Cross Country’s vision statement for their inaugural season was for the team to be “remembered as building a strong foundation for a successful running program.” By together before a race. looking at the success the team has had this year, they have done more than enough to meet their goal. While this year has been a suc cessful season, the Saints are still looking for more. “Championships are built during the winter, spring, and summer, and we haven’t had that time; but next year having that time will help our team tremen dously,” said Ballinger. The regional championships are November 3rd, so when you seeing you running saints wish them luck! And keep an eye out for those running Saints in 2008, for their sophomore season should be unbelievable. Members of the first ever Carroll College cross country team finish strong. Friday, November 2,2007 Volume 91, No 2