That Wednesday at 5 p.m. in the Ballroom at the Erb Memorial Union, the university community will join together to celebrate this tremendous achievement. It is Oregon's second consecutive national championship in cross country; last year's national title was the first for Oregon in 30 years. Free food and drinks will be served, and the first 300 fans to attend will receive a free Nike national championship T-shirt.
Members of the 2008 national champions and women's NCAA runner-ups will be on hand, as will Associate Athletic Director Vin Lananna. A small program will follow brief highlights of the national championship competition that was held on November 24.
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