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By Scott Nulph

UW cross-country teams a study in contrasts

Cowgirls are deep with talent; Cowboys are young, inexperienced


September 1, 2016

COURTESY/ Justin Tafoya/NCAA Photos

The 2015 Mountain West Men's Cross-Country Championship held at Montreux Golf Club in Reno, NV.

LARAMIE – University of Wyoming cross-country coach Bryan Berryhill isn't shy about saying where he thinks his men's and women's teams are as the 2016 season begins this weekend.

"I think they're two different teams," Berryhill said. "The women's team is one of the best groups I've been able to work with. I think there's got to be big expectations. The men's team is coming off a really good year, one of the best years in program history, but we lost three of our top five runners. We're going to be relying on a lot of younger runners on the men's side."

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