University of Michigan Women’s Cross Country Facilities

As an elite runner, you know what it takes to stand-out from the high school crowd. Now we’re on the brink of discovering what it takes to become one of the very best distance runners in college athletics as a member of the University of Michigan women’s cross country team. It all begins when we start training at the historic Ferry Field track and the Indoor Track Building, as well as on the hilly routes around Ann Arbor. The pristine scenery of Michigan’s outdoor courses invigorates us as we run through meticulously groomed gardens and challenging hills and trails at Nichols Arboretum. We also experience the solitude of the sweeping and scenic Radrick Farms practice loop, just a few miles east of campus. And on the way for the 2018 season, an entirely new look is being built as part of the U-M South Campus renovations, featuring top-end training and medical facilities, championship-caliber venues, new indoor and outdoor tracks and more. Uniting extraordinary coaches, team members and resources, the University of Michigan offers opportunities like no other. Check out the facilities we call home, and see for yourself why the Michigan women’s cross country program is fit for the Leaders and Best.

Important Spots on campus

Get the lay of the land. Explore the Ross Athletic Campus, where we train in a community of other student-athletes. Zoom in on our competition venue, where we play with our team in front of the best fans in college sports. When you click on a location, you can read more about that facility - each building has a story to tell. The University of Michigan’s campus is historic and beautiful, and as a Wolverine, it’s our home away from home.