Top 10 Roundup
No. 2 Wartburg wins at home; No. 6 Chicago fourth in Kenosha
No. 2 Wartburg at Dan Huston Invite
WAVERLY, Iowa -- No. 2-ranked Wartburg won its annual Dan Huston home meet with 17 points.
Senior Sammi Bruett was the individual winner with her time of 21:59.
No. 5 Williams at James Earley Invitational
WESTFIELD, Mass. -- Williams took advantage of perfect running conditions on Saturday, setting personal records from top to bottom at the James Earley Invitational hosted by Westfield State. Twelve of the team's top runners who raced at the Paul Short Invitational on October 5th took this weekend off, but the Harriers racing closer to home made the most of their time in the spotlight. The Ephs won the meet decisively by bringing in six runners before any other school's third and posted a team score of 46 points. Southern New Hampshire was second with 116 points.
"Molly Belk stole the show," assistant coach Lance Harden said. The rookie sophomore finished second overall (18:33) and first for the Ephs in the second race of her running career. Belk was backed up by junior Anna Spiers and senior co-captain Louisa Lee, both of whom are mounting comeback seasons after injuries. The duo placed sixth and eighth overall (19:06, 19:10). Rounding out the scoring for the Ephs were senior Emily Barrecca (14th, 19:23) and junior Talia Calnek-Sugin (16th, 19:36).
No. 6 Chicago at Lucian Rosa Invitational
KENOSHA, Wis. -- Chicago took fourth place at University of Wisconsin-Parkside's Lucian Rosa Invite on Saturday.
UChicago took fourth place out of 25 teams with 152 points. Northwestern won the team title with 57 points in a field mostly comprised of NCAA Division I and Division II teams. Sophomore Catherine Young was the top finisher for the Maroons in third place with a time of 17:51.1.