No. 3 Washington U. wins easily
Roundup: No. 2 Middlebury second at Albany Invitational
WINNECONNE, Wis. -- No. 3 Washington-St. Louis bested a field loaded with some of the top teams in the nation to win the Wisconsin-Oshkosh Brooks Invitational on Saturday.
Led by senior Erica Jackey’s first-place overall finish the Bears posted a team score of 61 points to lead the women’s field. Jackey completed the 6K race with a time of 21:38.13.
All five of the Bears’ scorers finished in the top-20 overall. Senior Molly Wawryzniak finished 10th in 22:22.97, freshman Lucy Cheadle placed 15th with a time of 22:26.78, sophomore Sarah Fisher was 3.61 seconds behind Cheadle to grab 18th place and senior Liz Phillips came in 19th with a time of 22:36.49.
No. 5 MIT finished second with a score of 123. Brooke Johnson and Elaine McVay were among the top-10 individual finishers.
Johnson navigated the six-kilometer course in 22:04 to place fourth. McVay was not far behind, finishing in 22:19 for eighth place. Martina de Gues was the next MIT runner across the finish line (26th 22:46). Dacie Manion's time of 22:54 landed her in 35th. Tania Morimoto rounded out the scoring, taking 51st with a time of 23:04.
No. 2 Middlebury at Albany Invitational
ALBANY, N.Y. -- No. 2 Middlebury finished second at the Albany Invitational on Saturday ahead of all the other non-Division I schools. New Hamphsire won the meet with a score of 29.
Senior Margo Crammer led the way for the Panthers finishing fifth with a time of 17:54.9. Junior Adeladie Tousley was next coming in 10th, 18:06.9 and senior Chelsea Ward-Waller follwed close behind in 11th, 18:12.2.
Other top finishers for Middlebury included sophomore Emily Singer (18th, 18:33.40), freshman Kaite Carlson (22nd, 18:38.2), sophomore Emily Attwood (22nd, 18:38.9) and sophomore Katie Rominger (27th, 18:43.1).
Game information and photos compiled from athletic department websites.