Fan Information | NCAA South Central Region Cross Country

Admission and parking is free for the NCAA South Central Region cross country meet Arkansas hosts on Friday, November 10 at Agri Park. Reminder that no pets are allowed on the Agri Park cross country course.

Maps that follow show where parking is available for fans along with the course map for the 6k (women) and 10k (men) races.

Directions to Agri Park
Use I49 exit 67A and proceed South on AR112 (Garland Avenue). Fans will enter the Agri Park facility on West Knapp Drive from Garland Avenue.

Then follow the path as instructed on the map to the parking area.

The women’s race is first at 10:30 a.m. with the men’s race at 11:30 a.m. Awards will follow for team champions as well as the top 25 finishers in each race.

Additional information is available at this link: NCAA South Central Region. Live results will be available at

The top two teams in each of the nine regions contested on Friday, November 10, will advance to the NCAA Championships, which will be held on Saturday, November 18, at the Panorama Farms course and hosted by the University of Virginia.

Two schools in the men’s field at the NCAA South Central Region are nationally ranked with No. 7 Arkansas and No. 9 Texas while No. 11 Arkansas is the lone nationally ranked program in the women’s field.

Following are the region rankings for the South Central men: 1. Arkansas, 2. Texas, 3. Tulane, 4. Texas A&M, 5. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 6. Incarnate Word, 7. Arkansas State, 8. Rice, 9. Little Rock, 10. McNeese State, 11. Sam Houston State, 12. New Orleans, 13. North Texas, 14. Houston, 15. TCU.

Following are the region rankings for the South Central women: 1. Arkansas, 2. Tulane, 3. Texas A&M, 4. SMU, 5. Texas, 6. TCU, 7. LSU, 8. UT Arlington, 9. Arkansas State, 10. Rice, 11. Lamar, 12. New Orleans, 13. Central Arkansas, 14. Houston, 15. McNeese State.