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NCAA.com | October 11, 2013

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No. 1 Johns Hopkins

IDLE Johns Hopkins finished 15th at the 2013 Paul Short Run. Sophomore Hannah Oneda led the Blue Jays with a 39th place finish with a time of 21:17. Oct. 19
Christopher Newport Invitational
at Christopher Newport

No. 2 Wartburg

Oct. 12
Dan Hust Invitational
at Wartburg

 

On Sept. 28, Wartburg won the Roy Griak Maroon Invite with its team score of 63 points. Wartburg held a 40-point lead against Bates, who took second. Oct. 19 at
Iowa Conference Championships

No. 3 Middlebury

Oct. 11
NEICAAA Championship

 

At the Purple Valley Classic on Sept. 28, Middlebury won the event with 38 points despite missing its top-two runners.Erzsebet Nagy led the women with a time of 22:46. Oct. 19 at
Albany Invitational

No. 4 MIT

Oct. 11
NEICAAA Championship
At the Purple Valley Classic, the Engineers finished in second place with a score of 43, behind Middlebury with its score of 38 and ahead of Williams with 46. Nov. 3 at
NEWMAC Championships

No. 5 Williams

Oct. 12
James Early Invitational
at Westfield State

 

Williams finished just outside the top half of the field in 27th place with 788 points at the Paul Short Run. The race featured many DI runners. Oct. 19 at
Wesleyan Little Three

No. 6 Chicago

Oct. 12
Lucian Rosa Invitational
at Wisconsin-Parkside

 

Chicago won the team title at the Augustana College Brissman/Lundeen Invitational on Sept. 27. This was the squad's third consecutive win.  Oct. 19
at Wis.-Oshkosh Invitational

No. 7 Claremont-M-S

IDLE Ten runners competed at the Pre-National Invitational in Hanover, Ind. and two women finished in the top six. Allison Barnwell finished second overall in the 228-runner field with a time of 22:11.6.   Oct. 18
SCIAC Multi-Dual Meet 
at La Mirada

No. 8 Calvin

Oct. 11
Michigan Intercollegiates
at Hillsdale
In the gold division of the Notre Dame Invitational, Calvin took seventh in the race with a team score of 269 points in a field made up primarily of Division I and Division II opponents. Oct. 19
at Wis.-Oshkosh Invitational

No. 9 Trinity (Texas)

IDLE
The Tigers placed second among DIII schools at the Alamo City Duals. Autumn Kervella completed the race in 24:39.59 for a fifth-place overall finish among 52 runners.  Oct. 19
Brooks Invite
at Wisconsin-OshKosh

No. 10 SUNY Geneseo

IDLE Junior Cassie Goodman finished fifth to lead the SUNY Geneseo to first place out of 18 teams at the 33rd-annual Geneseo Cross Country Invitational. Oct. 19
Inter-Regional Rumble
at Oberlin

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