Men’s Cross County and Track & Field

Number of Student-Athletes: 43

Number of Scholarships Allowed by the NCAA: 12.6

2017-18 Cost to Fund Men’s Track & Field / Cross Country Scholarships: $833,181

Number of Endowed Scholarships Currently Endowed: 2

The men’s program earned a program best fourth-place finish in the USTFCCCA Program of the Year Standings. UVA was one of three programs earning POY rankings for the past three seasons.The Cavaliers finished inside the top-20 in all three seasons, ranking 18th at the cross country championships, 16th at the indoor championships and a program-best third at the outdoor championships. Over the year, the Cavaliers had 10 All-Americans, eight ACC Champions and seven school records. Filip Mihaljevic captured the NCAA outdoor title in the shot put and the discus, earning him recognition as a Bowerman Semifinalist, the ACC Outdoor Field Athlete of the Year, the 2017 ACC Outdoor Championships Men’s Field MVP, 2017 USTFCCCA Southeast Regional Field Athlete of the Year and the ACC Outdoor Scholar Athlete of the Year. Jordan Young was named the Indoor Field Athlete of the Year.

Get to know decathlete Cam Collins:

The Cavaliers have benefited from Lannigan Field’s renovation in 2012 which has allowed them to host the ACC Outdoor Track and Field Championships in 2012 and enabled the Virginia Challenge to become one of the top meets in the nation, attracting elite teams and Olympians each year. Panorama Farms, in Earlysville, gives Virginia one of the best cross country facilities in the country. The course was home to the 2013 and 2015 NCAA Southeast Regionals and the 2014 ACC Championships, and will host the regional meet again in 2016 and 2017.

Donations to the Virginia Athletics Foundation directed to Friends Of Cross Country and Track & Field provide operational and scholarship support for the program.

For more information on how to support Virginia cross country and track & field, contact the Virginia Athletics Foundation.