The largest race fields all season assemble in Madison with over half the ranked squads in the NCAA.
Katie Flood finishes third in her season debut in a field of over 250 runners.
The top-ranked women will debut many of their top returners while the men run on Oregon's home turf.
The Husky men and women sweep the team titles for the sixth consecutive year.
Washington returns all seven of its 2011 Regional competitors, a group that collectively had a terrific summer of training.
The Husky cross country teams win the team titles at Lincoln Park in West Seattle.
2012 (Cross Country): Made official Husky debut at the season-opening Sundodger Invite, finishing 20th overall in 25:06 for 8k ... ran in the top-seven for the first time at the Bill Dellinger Invite, finishing 66th overall and seventh among Huskies ... made the trip to the Adidas Wisconsin Invite, running in the B-race and placing 72nd in 25:50 ... earned Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.
2011-12: Redshirted the track and cross country seasons ... did not compete unattached.
High School and Personal: Born in Everett, Washington ... parents are Sylvia and Angelo Comeaux ... has one younger brother, David ... led Everett to a pair of eighth-place finishes at the Washington 3A State Cross Country Championships in 2009 and 2010 ... as a senior in 2010, he placed 10th at the 3A state meet in a time of 15:52 ... set the school record for 5k cross country at the 2010 Nike Pre-Nationals Meet in Portland with a sixth-place time of 15:40.45 ... also placed second at districts as a senior and was third at the WesCo league meet ... as a junior in 2009 he finished 32nd at the cross country state meet ... also ran at state as a freshman, placing 106th and earning Rookie of the Year honors ... set personal-bests across the board as a senior on the track, including a top 3200-meter time of 9:26.30 at the Shoreline Invite and a 1,600-meter run of 4:24.97 at the Bellevue Invite ... graduated with a 3.72 grade point average.
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