In the men's 8,000 meter race, Bouckaert came across the line first
Loyola topped the men's team standings with 30 points. Xavier was second with 52 points. Other schools competing were Spring Hill with 81 points, Belhaven with 104 points, Dillard with 113 points, Tougaloo with 130 points, and SUNO with 140 points. In the women's 5000 meter meet, Natalie Sargent became the first woman in Loyola history to win the GCAC women's individual championship.
Loyola had the top three finishers in the meet. Sargent ran the course in a time of 20:32. Mary Erin Imwalle was second with a personal best 20:36 and Jean Cassandra was third in 20:46. Loyola's Natalie Miller and Sara Miles St-Clair were named to the All-GCAC team with Sargent, Imwalle, and Cassandra. The Loyola women won the team title for the second consecutive year. Coach Al Seither was named Coach of the Year for the men's and women's All-GCAC teams.
'Pack Notes: Children 18 and under are always free at Loyola home athletic events. For more information on Loyola athletics please see our website http://wolfpack.loyno.edu. For more information on the GCAC and the NAIA see http://www.gcaconf.com and http://www.naia.org.