Providence runners break record
Syracuse women take fourth at John Reif Memorial
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. -- Junior Shelby Greany and sophomore Emily Sisson each broke the Stanley Park course record and led No. 7 Providence to first place at the Central Connecticut State Invitational.
The women's race was dominated by the Friars' two All-Americans. Greany and Sisson completed the 3-kilometer run in first and second place, respectively. The pair both crossed in 10:06, two seconds better than the course record, set by Friar teammate Mary Kate Champagne last fall.
Freshman Julie Solimine was seventh in 10:31, just ahead of classmate Devyn Pryor's 11th-place time of 10:44.
No. 9 Syracuse at John Reif Invitational
In the final race before next weekend’s BIG East Championship No. 9 Syracuse competed at the John Reif Memorial in Ithaca, N.Y. Reed Kamyszek led the men with a second place finish in the five-mile run, while Erin Cawley paced the Orange women with a fourth place finish in the 5,000 meters.
Cawley (19:19.70) was tightly contested by teammate Lauryn MacFawn in fifth place at 19:24.70. Freshman Katie Weisenburger was the final Orange runner in the top ten at 20:00.10. Also running for Syracuse was Brenna Symoniak (12th; 20:04.30) and Kate Norskog (23rd; 21:12).