Jeremy Rae finished 14th in a field of 316 competitors.
Twenty-one men's teams and 16 women's squads in the field are ranked nationally.
The runner-up finish for the women was the best since 2003.
The Friday meet gets underway at 2 p.m. at the Notre Dame Golf Course.
Jeremy Rae and Rebecca Tracy win individual race titles.
AS A FRESHMAN: Ran in the first four meets of the cross country season ... had a pair of strong showings in the home JV races ... won the 5K JV race out of 105 runners at the National Catholic Championships in 18:06.7 ... placed ninth out of 75 runners in the 5K JV race at the Notre Dame Invitational in 18:36 ... opened the year with a 12th-place showing out of 81 runners at the season-opening 5K Crusader Invitational (19:06.6) ... also ran in the "B" race at the Wisconsin Invitational ... ran the one mile run in 5:07.67 to take first place at the indoor Blue and Gold Invitational ... named to the Dean's List after both semesters.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL: Four-year letter winner in cross country and track & field at Magnificat High School ... was a member of three consecutive state cross country championship teams ... named an all-state selection 12 times (four cross country, four indoor track, four outdoor track) ... daughter of Todd Stultz and Allison Vidimos ... has one sister, Kristen ... father Todd (swimming, Case Western), mother Allison (golf, Purdue), uncle Scott Vidimos (golf, Miami (Ohio)) and cousin Jean Vidimos (soccer, IUPUI) all played intercollegiate athletics.