Women's Cross Country News

  • SEVSEK, CHANG LEAD SPARTANS AT NATIONALS
    November 10, 2018
    KINGSTON, Ont. – Trinity Western second-year athletes Christina Sevsek (Surrey, B.C.) and Jouen Chang (Langley) led the Spartans women's team, as they finished side-by-side, with Sevsek, who transferred to TWU from Guelph this year, edging her teammate at the line, crossing in 30.07.0 at the U SPORTS Championships Saturday. Chang finished the eight-kilometre race in 30:07.2.
  • U SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW | SPARTANS SET TO COMPETE IN KINGSTON
    November 09, 2018
    KINGSTON, Ont. – Trinity Western’s men’s and women’s cross country teams will compete in the 2018 Canada West and U SPORTS Championships this Saturday, which will be hosted by Queen’s University in Kingston.
  • CHANG WINS JUNIOR TITLE, COLYN FINISHES FOURTH OVERALL
    October 27, 2018
    ABBOTSFORD, B.C. – Trinity Western’s Jouen Chang (Langley, B.C.) won the junior girls title at the BC Championships with an impressive race at Clearbrook Park Saturday afternoon. With her win, Chang will now have a chance to represent BC at the Canadian Championships Nov. 24.
  • CHANG FINISHES FIFTH AT UVIC INVITATIONAL TO LEAD SPARTANS
    October 13, 2018
    VICTORIA – Trinity Western's Jouen Chang (Langley) led the Spartans women's contingent at the UVIC Vikes Invitational, finishing fifth overall in 30:03 over eight kilometres Saturday at Beacon Hill Park.
  • U SPORTS TOP 10 | WOMEN’S SOCCER REMAINS NO. 1, WXC OPENS AT NO. 10
    September 18, 2018
    LANGLEY, British Columbia – For the second week in a row, the Trinity Western women’s soccer team is No. 1 in the U SPORTS Top 10. In the first cross country rankings of the season, the Spartans women’s team is No. 10.
  • SECOND-YEAR CHANG LEADS WOME'S TEAM AT SUNDODGER INVITATIONAL
    September 08, 2018
    SEATTLE – Trinity Western second-year Spartan Jouen Chang (Langley, B.C.) led the way for TWU's women's cross country team, finishing 19th against an impressive NCAA Division I field with a time of 21:47.80 over the six-kilometre course Satruday at the University of Washington's Sundodger Invitational at Lincoln Park.