Erika Overbeck leads BU women with fifth-place finish.
Ryan Mulcahy enters his first season as the volunteer assistant coach for Baylor's cross country teams. He assists coaches Todd Harbour and Jon Capron in multiple areas, including athlete technical development.
Mulcahy comes to Baylor following a four-year career as a professional coach in Flagstaff, Ariz. In that role he worked with Luis Quintana, Sara Hall, Kyle Alcorn and Nick Arciniaga.
Before going into coaching, Mulcahy earned a bachelor's degree in geography from State University of New York at Geneseo. While at Geneseo, he qualified for nationals three times with two more trips to the NCAA DIII Cross Country Championships in 2006 and 2007, which were highlighted with a best finish of 52nd overall.
Mulcahy began his collegiate career at Elizabethtown College where as a freshman he helped the Blue Jays to their sixth consecutive MAC title and was named the conference's Rookie of the Year.
Mulcahy grew up in Towanda, Pa. and while at Towanda Area High School he was a 3-time PIAA State Championship Qualifier - twice in cross country and once in track & field.