November 26, 2022
UW-Parkside Kenosha, WI

Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and U.S. citizens in Overseas Military Installations.
Pictures    Results

1 Tatum David Olney, IL 17:16.3
2 Sophia Kennedy Carmel , IN 17:24.5
3 Paityn Noe Huxley, IA 17:35.4
4 Jessica Jazwinski Shelby, MI 17:37.7
5 Helen Sachs Holland , MI 17:44.8
6 Nicki Southerland Muncie, IN 17:46.3
7 Katie Clute Olmsted Falls , OH 17:49.4
8 Sara Mlodik Ringle, WI 17:50.5
9 Gretchen Farley Indianapolis , IN 17:50.7
10 Allison Arnsman Dorr, MI 17:52.0

Race Highlights Video

1 Jones, Hunter Thompsonville , MI 14:52.2
2 Mathison, Kole Carmel , IN 15:02.3
3 Breker, Noah Plymouth , MN 15:04.8
4 Todd, Cameron Indianapolis , IN 15:08.6
5 Anderson, Benne Allendale , MI 15:10.8
6 Ackley, Connor Hilliard , OH 15:11.9
7 Birnbaum, Simeon Rapid City , SD 15:14.6
8 Alford, Connell Chelsea , MI 15:14.7
9 Norder, Seth Grand Haven , MI 15:18.0
10 Rice, Tommy Canton , OH 15:19.5

Race Highlights Video

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The University of Wisconsin Parkside has been home to the Midwest Regional for the past 36 years and has spawned the career of many runners who went on to become national champion including Adam Goucher, Jorge Torres, Dathan Ritzenhein, Chris Solinsky, Grant Fisher, Molly Seidel, Melody Fairchild and Anna Rohrer.

Race Schedule & Runner Instructions

Runner Instruction Sheet

Runners may only participate in one race.

10:00 AM Freshman/Sophomore Boys
10:40 AM Girls Championship
11:25 AM Boys Championship
12:05 PM Coach Fed Youth Championship - 3K
12:35 PM High School Girls
1:10 PM Junior/Senior Boys
1:45 PM Open Race
Any runner, whether they are in a public school, home school, boarding school, private school or independent school, must run in the high school Championship Race in order to qualify for the National Finals in San Diego.
Packet Pickup
Runners may pick up their race number and participant T-shirt at the: The UW-Parkside Sports & Activities Center
Pick up is on Friday, November 25 between 12:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. or starting at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 26.
Registration Info

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Fees and Entry Deadlines
$25.00 Registration through 11/18
$35.00 Late Registration 11/19 through 11/22

Parent/Coach Award and Discount

Every parent or coach who submits ten (10) or more entries together will receive a an event Tshirt. The entries that you submit will be charged $20.00 per entry, provided that we receive your entries before the November 18 deadline. If you would like to register your group online, please contact Peter Henkes for instructions.
Race Course
The course is 5000 meters and consists of grass and dirt paths. Spikes are permitted. School uniforms are not allowed. The course is open 9:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 24 and Friday, November 25.
Free chicken noodle soup, coffee and hot chocolate will be served at the course on Friday from 11:00a.m. until 3:00p.m.
The course is closed for warm-ups on Saturday, November 26.
Location of the Course 4000 Petrifying Springs Road, Kenosha, WI 53144
The University of Wisconsin-Parkside race course is located in northern Kenosha County, five miles south of Racine. Milwaukee is 25 miles north. Chicago is 60 miles south. Highway I-94 passes four miles west of the campus. Highway E runs east from I-94 and leads directly to the race course.
In an effort to allow for the greatest competitive opportunity, the course will follow the alternate path onto the main straightaway after the 1ΒΌ mile mark.

Printable coursemap
The 3K course follows the first 2800m of the 5K course. 3k Coursemap
States Competing
Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and U.S. citizens in Overseas Military Installations.
The state where a runner resides determines in which regional meet he/she must participate. Runners must participate in the region to which their state has been assigned. Boarding school students must compete in the region of their school location. Non U.S. citizens who attend high school in the U.S. and who meet the age requirement may compete. Home-schooled students must compete in the region of their residence during the school year.
Race Description
Boys Championship Race
Qualification for the Boys Championship race is determined by the runner's previous best time. Junior and Senior boys who have run faster than 16:20 may consider running in the Championship race. Freshman and Sophomore boys who have run faster than the 16:20 qualifying time have the option of competing in the Championship race or Freshman/Sophomore race. Show up for the race you choose to run. You do not need to inform officials of your choice prior to the run.
Girls Championship Race and High School Race
Girls may compete in the Girls Championship Race or the High School Girls Race. It is suggested that girls entering the Girls Championship Race consistently run faster that 22:00 for 5k. Show up for the race you choose to run. You do not need to inform officials of your choice prior to the run.
Boys Freshman/Sophomore Race
All Freshman and Sophomore boys who do not qualify for the Boys Championship Race compete in the Boys Freshman/Sophomore Race.
Boys Junior/Senior Race
All Junior and Senior boys who do not qualify for the Boys Championship race compete in the Boys Junior/Senior Race.
Open Race
This 5000 meter race is open to runners in the following divisions: Open, and Masters (ages 40 and over). Each entrant will receive a T-shirt. High school runners may not run in the Open Race. Middle School athletes may choose to run in either the Coach Fed 3K or the Open 5K.
The top ten (10) female and male runners in each division will receive a medal.
Coach Fed Youth Championship
Runners in 8th grade and under can run in the Youth Championship 3000m Race. Medals to the top 15 individuals and top 3 boys and girls teams will be awarded. Five or more runners make a team.
Awards and National Qualifiers
Individual Medals
The top twenty-four (24) finishers in all high school races are awarded medals.
Youth Championship
Medals to the top 15 individuals and top 3 boys and girls teams will be awarded.
Open Race
The top ten finishers in each division (Open and Masters) will receive a medal.
Participant's Awards
Every runner in every race will receive a T-shirt.
State Team Awards
The top five (5) individual male and female finishers from every state in the boys and girls' Championship races constitute that state's "team." Each individual on the first five (5) state teams is awarded a medal. The scoring system will be based on total points (non displacement).
National Qualifiers
The top 10 runners in the Boys Championship Race and Girls Championship Race qualify for the National Finals held on December 10, 2022 in San Diego, CA.
Midwest Region Past Results
14 Aug
2021
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November 27, 2021

2021 Girls Race

1 Riley Stewart Cherry Hills Village, CO 16:54.4
2 Ali Weimer Saint Michael, MN 17:11.2
3 Sophia Kennedy Carmel, IN 17:18.4
4 Arianne Olson Holland, MI 17:19.5
5 Ava Parekh Chicago, IL 17:21.6
6 Julia Flynn Traverse City, MI 17:25.5
7 Rachel Forsyth Ann Arbor, MI 17:31.3
8 Karina James Lowell, IN 17:34.6
9 Gretchen Farley Indianapolis, IN 17:36.8
10 Lauren Pansegrau Verona, WI 17:39.4
13 Aug
2013
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November 27, 2021

2021 Boys Race

1 Riley Hough Fenton, MI 14:49.5
2 Izaiah Steury Hamilton, IN 14:53.8
3 Zane Bergen Longmont, CO 14:55.4
4 Nick Falk Glencoe, IL 14:55.4
5 Hunter Jones Thompsonville, MI 14:58.2
6 Gabe Hinrichs Elkhorn, NE 15:00.0
7 Luke Venhuizen Traverse City, MI 15:00.2
8 Kole Mathison Carmel, IN 15:01.7
9 Peter Baracco Farmington, MI 15:09.9
10 Caleb Jarema Pinckney, MI 15:10.8
14 Aug
2013
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November 30, 2019

2019 Girls Race

1 Abby Vanderkooi Fremont, MI 17:17.8
2 Zofia Dudek Ann Arbor, MI 17:20.5
3 Taylor Ewert Dayton, OH 17:24.9
4 Katelynne Hart Glen Ellyn, IL 17:34.6
5 Annalyssa Crain Bloomington, IN 18:04.2
6 Riley Stewart Englewood, CO 18:04.2
7 Tatum David Olney, IL 18:04.4
8 Analee Weaver Stillwater, MN 18:09.8
9 Daniella Santos Hilliard, OH 18:12.3
10 Audrey Dadamio Bloomfield Hills, MI 18:14.7
13 Aug
2013
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November 30, 2019

2019 Boys Race

1 Josh Methner Mount Prospect, IL 15:46.7
2 Michael Hancock Dearborn, MI 15:51.3
3 Nathan Walker Fremont, MI 15:52.6
4 Bob Liking St. Charles, IL 15:53.2
5 Zach Stewart Brighton, MI 15:53.8
6 Evan Bishop Grand Rapids, MI 15:54.5
7 Brendan Favazza Clarkston, MI 15:57.1
8 Jack Spamer Brighton, MI 15:58.2
9 Carter Solomon Canton, MI 15:59.3
10 Parker Wolfe Denver, CO 15:59.7

 

14 Aug
2013
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November 24, 2018

2018 Girls Race

1 Emily Covert Minneapolis, MN 17:58.3
2 Taylor Ewert Dayton, OH 18:08.9
3 Katelynne Hart Glen Ellyn, IL 18:14.0
4 Abby Vanderkooi Fremont, MI 18:15.1
5 Ericka Vanderlende Rockford, MI 18:20.0
6 Adelyn Ackley Mears, MI 18:36.2
7 Grace Ping Winona, MN 18:39.4
8 Jaden Theis Lansing, MI 18:48.6
9 Riley Stewart Lone Tree, CO 18:49.0
10 Alex Morris Naperville, IL 18:49.9
13 Aug
2013
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November 24, 2018

2018 Boys Race

1 Cole Hocker Indianapolis, IN 16:03.4
2 Drew Bosley Thiensville, WI 16:09.2
3 Evan Bishop Grand Rapids, MI 16:09.7
4 Carter Solomon Canton, MI 16:13.3
5 Ares Reading Niwot, CO 16:14.7
6 Ethan Kern Elmhurst, IL 16:16.9
7 Josh Methner Mount Prospect, IL 16:17.3
8 David Vannucchi Onalaska, WI 16:18.2
9 Brendan Favazza Clarkston, MI 16:19.1
10 Zachary Stewart Brighton, MI 16:22.7
14 Aug
2013
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November 25, 2017

2017 Girls Race

1 Olivia Theis Lansing, MI 17:13.4
2 Katelynne Hart Glen Ellyn, IL 17:17.1
3 Emily Covert Minneapolis, MN 17:17.4
4 Sarah Schmitt Naperville, IL 17:30.6
5 Ericka Vanderlende Rockford, MI 17:37.2
6 Phoebe Bates Carmel, IN 17:40.8
7 Cecilia Stalzer Mason, MI 17:43.3
8 Adelyn Ackley Mears, MI 17:43.8
9 Tierney Wolfgram Saint Paul, MN 17:45.1
10 Rylee Robinson West Bloomfield, MI 17:45.4
Olivie Theis took control after the mile mark to earn a return trip to San Diego.
13 Aug
2013
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November 25, 2017

2017 Boys Race

1 Daniel Kilrea La Grange Park, IL 14:53.3
2 Zach Kreft Sunbury, OH 15:05.4
3 Clayton Mendez Chicago, IL 15:07.0
4 Matt Scrape Pickerington, OH 15:07.2
5 Dylan Jacobs Orland Park, IL 15:07.5
6 Chad Johnson Galion, OH 15:08.4
7 Harrison Scudamore Denver, CO 15:08.6
8 Matthew Schadler Chandler, IN 15:08.8
9 Shuaib Aljabaly Coldwater, MI 15:09.5
10 Drew Bosley Thiensville, WI 15:10.4

 

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    Anna Rohrer (2012) 16:54
  • Boys
    Dathan Ritzenhein (2000) 14:35

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