Wood Report: What We Learned From Pre-Nats In Wisconsin
After this weekend’s Pre-Nats in Wisconsin, I was asked a couple questions by the CITIUS MAG team to shed some wisdom on the outcome of both races. For those who don’t know what happened in Madison, Wisconsin this weekend, two races were run on the men’s side. NAU won the Cardinal race with 41 points and the BYU won the White race with 29 points. The two races were separated based off rankings so presumably the next time that we’ll see NAU and BYU go head to head is at the NCAA Championship. The Cardinal race was just narrowly won by Stanford’s Grant Fisher over NAU’s Tyler Day. More on Day below. In the White race, Rory Linkletter kicked for the win and notched his second consecutive Pre-Nats win.
In the women’s races, Arkansas upset Oregon in the Cardinal race with a 51 t0 71 win. New Mexico handily took the White race with 67 points. Michigan was second in that race and were led by Avery Evenson.
Here are a couple questions that I’ve been asked.
What Did Pre-Nats Tell You About BYU?