Kate Avery, Michigan State Run Away With 2014 NCAA Women’s Cross Country Titles

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By Chris Lotsbom, @ChrisLotsbom
November 22, 2014
(c) 2014 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved

TERRE HAUTE, IND. (22-Nov) — On a cloudy, blustery day in Cross Country Town USA, pre-race favorites Kate Avery of Iona College and the women of Michigan State ran to their first national titles here at the NCAA Division I Cross Country National Championships. Triumphing in dominant fashion, both were overcome with emotion shortly after crossing the finish.

AVERY LED ALL THE WAY

Twelve months ago, Iona College’s Avery made a valiant attempt to win her first NCAA cross country title, taking the lead early on, despite less than ideal conditions. Thoughts of last year’s race –where she’d get passed by eventual champion Abbey D’Agostino and runner-up Emma Bates— fueled the Briton as she toed the line here today with teammates by her side.

Kate Avery Win NCAAs. Photo via TrackandFieldPhoto.com https://twitter.com/TnFphoto/status/536235128809607168

Kate Avery Win NCAAs. Photo via TrackandFieldPhoto.com https://twitter.com/TnFphoto/status/536235128809607168

“I knew if I wanted to have a good chance of winning that I was going to run it hard. I didn’t want to leave it up to the sprint finishers, I didn’t want to go out slow,” Avery told Race Results Weekly, speaking in a thick English accent.

Through the mile in 5:13, Avery knew the pace was fast, yet felt comfortable. After taking fourth at the Commonwealth Games 10,000m on the track in July, Avery rested and didn’t open her cross country season until the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Championships on October 31, which she won by one minute and 42 seconds. At last weekend’s Northeast Regional –her second cross country meet of 2014– she toasted the field with a winning margin of 23 seconds.

Racing today with fresher legs than a majority of her competitors, Avery knew she had the strength necessary to take the top spot. Through two kilometers, she was joined closely by Arkansas’s Dominique Scott, Boise State’s Bates, and Arizona State’s Shelby Houlihan.

“We got to 2-K really fast and the girls kind of eased off and I was like I’m not doing that because that leaves it up to questions. I wanted it to be a true hard race,” she said.

Shortly thereafter, Avery took off and never looked back. Hitting 5-K in 16:03, Avery had close to a 50-meter lead. That lead would stay comfortable through the course’s latter stages, as Avery traversed the subtle uphills all by herself. The biggest challenge would come from the elements down the final 500 meter long straightaway.

“I was just, like, ‘Get to [the] finish, get to the home-straight and finish it off.’ It was so hard the last finishing straight with the wind in your face. I was like just get there!” said Avery, putting a long emphasis on the word “so,” and shivering slightly from the cold.

Crossing the line in 19:31.6, Avery became the ninth foreign athlete since 2004 to win the title. Hailing from Newton Aycliffe, England, she is the first British-born women’s champion since 1995 (Kathy Butler, then competing for Wisconsin, was born in Britain but was then competing as a Canadian).

Kate Avery with a commanding lead at the 2014 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships; she would win by four seconds (photo by David Monti for Race Results Weekly)

Kate Avery with a commanding lead at the 2014 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships; she would win by four seconds (photo by David Monti for Race Results Weekly)

“Oh my God, I can’t believe it! I knew I was running well and stuff, but I don’t know,” she said, pausing ever so briefly to put the win in perspective. “It’s unbelievable. It’s just happened and it hasn’t sunk in. I don’t know — I was just running scared kinda again and saying ‘Get to the finish line!'”

Making the win extra special was the fact that Avery’s Iona teammates competed here today, finishing ninth. A large contingent of Iona student-athletes drove 15 hours through the night from New Rochelle, N.Y., to attend the meet and cheer for their teammates.  Four shirtless men ran around the spectator area of the course, carrying four one-letter flags spelling I-O-N-A.

“There’s so many people here,” Avery said with a grand smile, gesturing to a group of men holding the flags. “We’ve got loads of support with us here today.”

Behind Avery, Wisconsin sophomore Sarah Disanza finished a surprising second in 19:39.9, followed by Boise State’s Bates (19:44.5), and Michigan State’s Rachele Schulist (19:54.3). Fifth through seventh went to a trio of pre-meet favorites: Baylor’s Rachel Johnson (19:56.8), Arkansas’s Scott (20:01.3), and Iowa State’s Crystal Nelson (20:08.5). Arizona State senior Houlihan crossed the line in 20:11.4, taking ninth place.

Top freshman honors went to Stanford’s Elise Cranny, 12th in 20:17.0.

MICHIGAN STATE SHOWED THEIR SUPERIOR DEPTH

At yesterday’s pre-race press conference, Michigan State senior Leah O’Connor and Director of Cross Country and Track & Field Walt Drenth spoke to the media with a mixture of eagerness and serenity. Both knew what a national title would mean to their program, and how a win here would bring their season full circle. A team that included six of their seven runners from the state of Michigan and five fifth-year seniors all wanted to go out on top.

That’s just what the Spartans did, earning a commanding victory with 85 points to complete an undefeated season.

Leading the squad was sophomore Schulist, the only Spartan to crack the top ten with a fourth place finish in 19:54.3. Junior Lindsay Clark was 11th in 20:16.0, followed by fifth-year seniors Leah O’Connor (17th, 20:20.8), Julia Otwell (21st, 20:29.5), and Sara Kroll (61st, 20:56.7). Rounding out the team were sophomore Alexis Wiersma (69th, 21:01.0) and Katie Landwehr (119th, 21:21.8).

“Amazing! You can’t beat this. You see this? These are the best girls in the world,” said Schulist, speaking to Race Results Weekly surrounded by teammates, family, and fans. “They’re just amazing. I just love our team. We just work together and take care of each other. We care about each other and that’s what makes us. There’s so much love, so much love. I love it.”

Although she had a self-described bad race, O’Connor was brought to tears in recapping the season’s journey with her teammates.

“We were crying as soon as we crossed the line pretty much. We knew we put it all out there, and it was so fun. I felt terrible but I didn’t care because that was amazing and it didn’t matter. It was all about the team. Wow. I don’t want it to be over to be honest,” said O’Connor, a tear falling down her cheek and a skull-and-crossbones ribbon in her hair. “This is a bond that will never be broken.”

The Spartans were never challenged, earning a comfortable 62-point victory over runner-up Iowa State (147 points). New Mexico, who entered today’s meet ranked ninth in the country, ran very well to finish third with 188 points.

But, the day belonged to the Spartans.

“What a great group of people,” said an emotional Coach Drenth speaking to reporters.  “I mean, it’s just so much fun to watch, and they were all-in today. I don’t think there was any hesitation in anything we did. I thought we were great as a team, I thought… every time we got into trouble we figured our way out of it.  You know, Leah fell off that front group and never really lost her poise, and then to have her teammates pick her up. What an effort by the whole group. I think Katie was in the low 100’s and she was our seventh. That’s what we talked about: Just let’s see how good we can be and let it turn out.”

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Men’s race recap here.

Full results below. *Video replay of the full race here.

You can relive the LRC live coverage here. Message board thread: Official NCAA 2014 XC Championships Thread

Women’s Team:

Place Team Points
1 Michigan State 85
2 Iowa State 147
3 New Mexico 188
4 Georgetown 189
5 Arkansas 209
6 Oregon 249
7 Colorado 267
8 West Virginia 277
9 Iona 377
10 Wisconsin 382
11 Boise State 392
12 Florida State 393
13 Providence 401
14 Stanford 415
15 Virginia 433
16 N.C. State 456
17 William & Mary 463
18 Michigan 474
19 Baylor 479
20 Dartmouth 508
21 Boston College 514
22 North Carolina 515
23 Washington 559
24 Syracuse 559
25 Virginia Tech 574
26 Ohio State 577
27 UCLA 582
28 Vanderbilt 598
29 Notre Dame 609
30 Toledo 613
31 Minnesota 663

Women’s Individual:

Place Athlete Name Time Split Move Points
1 Kate Avery
JR – Iona
19:31.6 6:41.7 1
2 Sarah Disanza
SO – Wisconsin
19:39.9 6:39.0 ↑ 1 2
3 Emma Bates
SR – Boise State
19:44.5 6:46.3 ↓ 1 3
4 Rachele Schulist
SO – Michigan State
19:54.3 6:53.4 4
5 Rachel Johnson
SR – Baylor
19:56.8 6:52.1 ↑ 2 5
6 Dominique Scott
JR – Arkansas
20:01.3 6:59.0 ↓ 1 6
7 Crystal Nelson
JR – Iowa State
20:08.5 7:05.9 ↓ 1 7
8 Katy Moen
SR – Iowa State
20:10.5 6:51.3 ↑ 1 8
9 Shelby Houlihan
SR – Arizona State
20:11.4 6:59.4 ↓ 1
10 Chelsea Blaase
JR – Tennessee
20:11.6 6:51.2 ↑ 1
11 Lindsay Clark
JR – Michigan State
20:16.0 6:53.1 ↑ 5 9
12 Elise Cranny
FR – Stanford
20:17.0 6:57.7 ↓ 2 10
13 Courtney Frerichs
JR – UMKC
20:17.1 6:50.0 ↑ 10
14 Jillian Forsey
SO – West Virginia
20:17.9 6:51.0 ↑ 8 11
15 Tansey Lystad
SR – Portland
20:19.4 6:57.5
16 Katrina Coogan
SR – Georgetown
20:20.1 6:59.3 ↓ 4 12
17 Leah O’Connor
SR – Michigan State
20:20.8 6:54.8 ↑ 3 13
18 Megan Curham
SO – Princeton
20:21.8 7:00.8 ↓ 5
19 Molly Seidel
JR – Notre Dame
20:23.4 7:02.0 ↓ 5 14
20 Alice Wright
FR – New Mexico
20:29.1 6:55.9 ↑ 12 15
21 Julia Otwell
SR – Michigan State
20:29.5 7:03.1 16
22 Charlotte Arter
SR – New Mexico
20:29.9 6:58.1 ↑ 8 17
23 Colleen Quigley
SR – Florida State
20:29.9 7:00.6 ↑ 2 18
24 Rhianwedd Price
SO – Miss State
20:30.0 6:58.5 ↑ 2
25 Bethan Knights
FR – California
20:30.0 7:05.6 ↓ 8
26 Katie Gillespie
SR – West Virginia
20:30.7 7:01.6 ↓ 2 19
27 Maddie Meyers
JR – Washington
20:32.6 7:08.0 ↓ 9 20
28 Marisa Howard
SR – Boise State
20:35.8 7:03.1 ↑ 3 21
29 Grace Fletcher
SR – Texas A&M
20:36.9 7:05.2
30 Liv Westphal
SR – Boston College
20:37.4 7:11.9 ↓ 11 22
31 Erin Clark
SO – Colorado
20:37.7 7:03.8 ↑ 3 23
32 Joanna Thompson
SR – N.C. State
20:38.0 7:00.5 ↑ 8 24
33 Catarina Rocha
SO – Providence
20:38.4 7:01.4 ↑ 6 25
34 Katie Borchers
SR – Ohio State
20:38.5 7:02.4 ↑ 3 26
35 Lauren Sara
SR – Connecticut
20:38.5 7:06.8 ↓ 7
36 Emily Stites
JR – William & Mary
20:39.6 7:01.0 ↑ 6 27
37 Samantha Nadel
JR – Georgetown
20:41.0 7:04.1 ↑ 1 28
38 Elizabeth Weiler
JR – Lehigh
20:41.4 7:03.6 ↑ 3
39 Hillary Montgomery
SR – Texas A&M
20:43.7 7:04.7 ↑ 4
40 Andrea Keklak
JR – Georgetown
20:44.3 6:59.9 ↑ 19 29
41 Morgan Kelly
SR – Virginia
20:46.5 7:13.3 ↓ 8 30
42 Ann Eason
SR – Eastern Kentucky
20:48.0 7:07.8 ↑ 4
43 Calli Thackery
JR – New Mexico
20:48.8 7:09.7 ↑ 1 31
44 Maggie Montoya
SO – Baylor
20:49.6 7:08.6 ↑ 4 32
45 Dana Giordano
JR – Dartmouth
20:49.7 7:07.1 ↑ 5 33
46 Andrea Harrison
SR – BYU
20:50.7 7:09.3 ↑ 3
47 Cali Roper
SO – Rice
20:51.2 6:57.7 ↑ 51
48 Raquel Hefflin
SR – UC Riverside
20:51.3 7:04.9 ↑ 18
49 Annie LeHardy
JR – North Carolina
20:52.5 7:21.1 ↓ 22 34
50 Victoria Voronko
SR – Eastern Michigan
20:52.9 7:13.3 ↓ 5
51 Maddie Alm
JR – Colorado
20:53.0 7:04.4 ↑ 26 35
52 Sarah Delozier
SR – Dartmouth
20:53.4 7:10.6 ↑ 1 36
53 Bethanie Brown
SO – Iowa State
20:53.5 7:19.4 ↓ 17 37
54 Maria McDaniel
FR – Western Michigan
20:55.3 7:11.9 ↑ 2
55 Diane Robison
JR – Arkansas
20:55.4 7:12.2 38
56 Melanie Townsend
SO – Northern Arizona
20:55.7 7:13.0 ↓ 4
57 Haley Pierce
SO – Georgetown
20:56.3 7:11.9 ↑ 3 39
58 Jessica Kamilos
SR – Arkansas
20:56.3 7:09.3 ↑ 10 40
59 Alli Cash
FR – Oregon
20:56.4 7:04.1 ↑ 29 41
60 Rosie Clarke
JR – Iona
20:56.6 7:22.5 ↓ 25 42
61 Sara Kroll
SR – Michigan State
20:56.7 7:08.4 ↑ 15 43
62 Waverly Neer
JR – Oregon
20:57.0 7:14.2 ↓ 11 44
63 Margo Malone
JR – Syracuse
20:58.3 7:11.0 ↑ 7 45
64 Megan Patrignelli
SR – Oregon
20:58.3 7:05.9 ↑ 27 46
65 Perez Rotich
SO – Iowa State
20:58.6 7:09.3 ↑ 14 47
66 Margaret Connelly
SR – Iowa State
20:58.6 7:12.9 ↓ 4 48
67 Lauren Mullins
JR – Providence
20:59.2 7:08.6 ↑ 16 49
68 Pippa Woolven
JR – Florida State
21:00.9 7:10.0 ↑ 16 50
69 Alexis Wiersma
SO – Michigan State
21:01.0 7:08.7 ↑ 21 51
70 Katie Lembo
FR – Providence
21:01.3 7:15.1 ↓ 7 52
71 Holly Page
SR – Wyoming
21:01.9 7:10.5 ↑ 15
72 Grace Heymsfield
SR – Arkansas
21:02.5 7:22.1 ↓ 25 53
73 Tamara Armoush
SR – New Mexico
21:02.8 7:04.3 ↑ 40 54
74 Molly Hanson
JR – Wisconsin
21:03.9 7:17.6 ↓ 9 55
75 Emma Fisher
FR – Stanford
21:04.9 7:17.5 ↓ 4 56
76 Erika Kemp
SO – N.C. State
21:05.3 7:17.6 ↓ 4 57
77 Molly Grabill
JR – Oregon
21:05.4 7:12.3 ↑ 20 58
78 Tara Jameson
SR – Iona
21:06.0 7:19.4 ↓ 11 59
79 Frida Berge
FR – Oregon
21:06.2 7:13.6 ↑ 13 60
80 Liz Berkholtz
JR – Minnesota
21:06.3 7:14.2 ↑ 7 61
81 Kaitlyn Benner
FR – Colorado
21:06.3 7:06.8 ↑ 39 62
82 Annie Leblanc
JR – Oregon
21:06.5 7:07.5 ↑ 34 63
83 Linden Hall
SR – Florida State
21:06.7 7:16.5 ↓ 2 64
84 Abbey Kelto
SR – Central Michigan
21:06.7 7:11.6 ↑ 17
85 Danielle Winslow
JR – Boston College
21:06.9 7:21.3 ↓ 24 65
86 Kelsey Smith
SR – UCLA
21:07.5 7:18.7 ↓ 8 66
87 Rosa Moriello
SR – Boston U.
21:07.8 7:16.4 ↓ 2
88 Paige Kvartunas
SR – Virginia Tech
21:08.1 7:15.3 ↑ 6 67
89 Brook Handler
SR – Michigan
21:08.8 7:16.1 ↑ 4 68
90 Regan Rome
FR – William & Mary
21:09.1 7:14.2 ↑ 10 69
91 Maggie Drazba
FR – West Virginia
21:09.2 7:18.7 ↓ 9 70
92 Kira Garry
SR – Yale
21:09.9 7:11.1 ↑ 23
93 Heleene Tambet
SO – New Mexico
21:10.2 7:11.6 ↑ 21 71
94 Shannon Klenke
SR – Arkansas
21:10.9 7:22.9 ↓ 19 72
95 Jenny DeSouchet
JR – Colorado
21:11.0 7:11.9 ↑ 22 73
96 Sara Sutherland
SR – Colorado
21:11.4 7:05.6 ↑ 45 74
97 Bronte Golick
SR – UCLA
21:11.8 7:15.0 ↑ 8 75
98 Annie Kelly
SO – Colorado
21:11.9 7:12.5 ↑ 21 76
99 Mackenzie Chojnacky
SR – Toledo
21:12.1 7:14.1 ↑ 10 77
100 Gabi Anzalone
SR – Wisconsin
21:12.3 7:26.1 ↓ 36 78
101 Agnes Sjostrom
SO – SMU
21:12.3 7:15.1 ↑ 5
102 Iona Lake
JR – Virginia
21:12.6 7:16.3 ↑ 1 79
103 Brynn Harshbarger
FR – West Virginia
21:13.5 7:15.0 ↑ 9 80
104 Madeline Chambers
SR – Georgetown
21:13.7 7:25.7 ↓ 31 81
105 Sofie Gallein
JR – Eastern Michigan
21:14.2 7:21.0 ↓ 9
106 Megan Weschler
SR – Michigan
21:14.8 7:21.9 ↓ 11 82
107 Monika Juodeskaite
SR – Oklahoma State
21:15.0 7:27.9 ↓ 38
108 Anne-Marie Blaney
JR – UCF
21:15.1 7:31.9 ↓ 54
109 Kathleen Stevens
SR – Virginia
21:15.7 7:18.1 ↓ 2 83
110 Letitia Saayman
JR – Coastal Carolina
21:15.9 7:14.8 ↑ 13
111 Nicola Hood
SR – New Mexico
21:16.2 7:06.5 ↑ 46 84
112 Sarah Rapp
SR – Virginia Tech
21:16.5 7:26.7 ↓ 32 85
113 Carmen Carlos
SO – Vanderbilt
21:16.6 7:14.2 ↑ 14 86
114 Emma Hyyppa
FR – Boise State
21:17.2 7:29.2 ↓ 40 87
115 Emily Durgin
JR – Connecticut
21:17.6 7:33.5 ↓ 57
116 Erin Teschuk
SO – North Dakota St.
21:18.1 7:34.4 ↓ 59
117 Kelsey Smith
JR – Georgetown
21:18.2 7:21.7 ↓ 13 88
118 Brooke Tullis
SR – Toledo
21:20.6 7:16.5 ↑ 16 89
119 Katie Landwehr
JR – Michigan State
21:21.8 7:19.0 ↑ 13 90
120 Laura Hottenrott
JR – Boston College
21:23.0 7:22.3 ↑ 2 91
121 Sarah Cotton
SO – Georgetown
21:23.0 7:28.4 ↓ 22 92
122 Emily Frydrych
SR – Notre Dame
21:23.1 7:17.4 ↑ 18 93
123 Kyla Van Graan
SO – Coastal Carolina
21:23.5 7:15.0 ↑ 27
124 Anna Maxwell
FR – Washington
21:23.7 7:25.8 ↓ 16 94
125 Anna Pasternak
JR – Michigan
21:23.7 7:24.6 ↓ 7 95
126 Carrie Jube
JR – BYU
21:24.1 7:21.4 ↑ 4
127 Claire Benjamin
SR – Vanderbilt
21:24.7 7:16.0 ↑ 24 96
128 Laura Galvan
SR – Kansas State
21:25.2 7:22.2 ↑ 5
129 Sydney Scott
JR – West Virginia
21:25.3 7:26.9 ↓ 18 97
130 Jessie Petersen
SR – Syracuse
21:25.8 7:24.3 ↓ 6 98
131 Hilary Krein
SR – Virginia Tech
21:25.9 7:19.7 ↑ 13 99
132 Becca Dyson
JR – Minnesota
21:26.3 7:21.5 ↑ 3 100
133 Hannah Maina
SO – Mid. Tenn. State
21:26.5 7:24.6 ↓ 8
134 Megan Moye
SO – N.C. State
21:26.7 7:24.6 ↓ 8 101
135 Amber Eichkorn
JR – South Dakota
21:27.2 7:17.5 ↑ 21
136 Sophie Chase
SO – Stanford
21:27.5 7:24.7 ↓ 5 102
137 Mary Grace Doggett
FR – N.C. State
21:28.6 7:22.1 ↑ 9 103
138 Jaimie Phelan
FR – Michigan
21:29.4 7:18.6 ↑ 25 104
139 Meghan McGovern
JR – William & Mary
21:29.7 7:17.2 ↑ 28 105
140 Maura Linde
JR – Syracuse
21:29.9 7:20.9 ↑ 12 106
141 Amber Zimmerman
SR – New Mexico
21:29.9 7:24.5 ↓ 3 107
142 Annie Mooney
SR – UCLA
21:30.0 7:27.4 ↓ 14 108
143 Emma-Lisa Murphy
JR – Wisconsin
21:30.1 7:34.6 ↓ 41 109
144 Cleo Boyd
JR – Virginia
21:31.3 7:22.3 ↑ 9 110
145 Michelle Thomas
SR – Ohio State
21:31.5 7:23.2 ↑ 3 111
146 Alex Davis
SO – Baylor
21:31.6 7:21.7 ↑ 13 112
147 Tessa Murray
SR – Boise State
21:31.8 7:20.9 ↑ 17 113
148 Georgia Peel
JR – Florida State
21:31.9 7:26.0 ↓ 5 114
149 Vanessa Fraser
SO – Stanford
21:32.7 7:30.1 ↓ 21 115
150 Elizabeth Whelan
SO – North Carolina
21:34.1 7:24.5 ↑ 5 116
151 Karley Rempel
JR – North Carolina
21:34.8 7:36.5 ↓ 41 117
152 Kelly Williams
JR – West Virginia
21:35.4 7:25.5 ↑ 6 118
153 Brianna Ilarda
FR – Providence
21:35.5 7:43.2 ↓ 64 119
154 Kelsey Schrader
FR – Arkansas
21:35.7 7:28.8 ↓ 7 120
155 Karissa Schweizer
FR – Missouri
21:36.3 7:29.8 ↓ 10
156 Allie Buchalski
SO – Furman
21:36.8 7:37.2 ↓ 35
157 Helen Willman
JR – Ohio State
21:36.8 7:23.4 ↑ 14 121
158 Hannah Christen
FR – North Carolina
21:37.0 7:23.4 ↑ 14 122
159 Maggie Schmaedick
SO – Oregon
21:37.0 7:24.8 ↑ 7 123
160 Claudia Pham
SR – Dartmouth
21:37.1 7:22.0 ↑ 19 124
161 Jillian Hunsberger
FR – Penn State
21:38.9 7:33.6 ↓ 24
162 Laura Addison
JR – Michigan
21:39.1 7:23.1 ↑ 18 125
163 Lianne Farber
SR – North Carolina
21:39.2 7:33.3 ↓ 21 126
164 Caroline Alcorta
FR – North Carolina
21:39.5 7:27.5 ↑ 1 127
165 Meghan Marvin
SR – UCLA
21:39.5 7:31.2 ↓ 16 128
166 Dylan Hassett
SR – William & Mary
21:39.6 7:21.2 ↑ 22 129
167 Melissa Hawtin
JR – Iona
21:40.3 7:24.1 ↑ 15 130
168 Sara Sargent
SO – Virginia
21:40.4 7:21.3 ↑ 25 131
169 Morgan Szekely
FR – La Salle
21:40.7 7:35.5 ↓ 33
170 Molly McNamara
SR – Stanford
21:42.4 7:23.9 ↑ 19 132
171 Molly Breidenbaugh
FR – William & Mary
21:42.5 7:36.8 ↓ 32 133
172 Shannon Morton
SO – Virginia Tech
21:42.8 7:32.7 ↓ 12 134
173 Amira Joseph
SR – Vanderbilt
21:43.3 7:28.8 ↑ 3 135
174 Karen Lesiewicz
SR – Notre Dame
21:43.7 7:26.9 ↑ 11 136
175 Sara Barron
JR – Vanderbilt
21:44.2 7:33.9 ↓ 14 137
176 Colette Richter
FR – Wisconsin
21:44.4 7:35.3 ↓ 22 138
177 Erin Johnson
JR – Washington
21:44.4 7:22.9 ↑ 30 139
178 Cara DeAngelis
SR – Toledo
21:45.2 7:25.0 ↑ 25 140
179 Janelle Noe
SO – Toledo
21:46.1 7:27.3 ↑ 12 141
180 Erin Hooker
FR – Iowa State
21:46.1 7:29.9 ↑ 4 142
181 Regan Ward
SO – Arkansas
21:46.7 7:36.3 ↓ 19 143
182 Rebecca Chandler
SR – Vanderbilt
21:47.1 7:27.2 ↑ 19 144
183 Regina Neumeyer
JR – Iona
21:47.2 7:34.6 ↓ 14 145
184 Claire Howlett
FR – Stanford
21:47.7 7:31.7 ↓ 3 146
185 Bridget Blake
FR – Florida State
21:48.1 7:31.9 ↓ 2 147
186 Eleanor Fulton
JR – Washington
21:48.7 7:26.9 ↑ 23 148
187 Sakiko Minagawa
JR – Ohio State
21:49.2 7:27.8 ↑ 19 149
188 Rebecca Skodis
SO – Syracuse
21:50.1 7:30.9 ↑ 7 150
189 Sarah Bennett
JR – Dartmouth
21:50.1 7:30.5 ↑ 9 151
190 Katherine Delaney
JR – Vanderbilt
21:50.3 7:36.9 ↓ 20 152
191 Sarah Fakler
SO – Virginia
21:51.3 7:37.6 ↓ 18 153
192 Kaila Urick
JR – Minnesota
21:52.0 7:33.1 154
193 Peyton Thomas
SO – Baylor
21:53.2 7:34.5 ↓ 3 155
194 Mackenzie Barry
FR – Providence
21:53.9 7:33.3 ↑ 10 156
195 Mackenzie Caldwell
FR – Colorado
21:54.4 7:30.3 ↑ 20 157
196 Kelly Lawson
FR – Washington
21:54.4 7:32.7 ↑ 12 158
197 Sarah Heinemann
SO – Wisconsin
21:54.6 7:40.4 ↓ 23 159
198 Sydney Leiher
SO – Syracuse
21:55.8 7:41.0 ↓ 21 160
199 Abbie McNulty
FR – Stanford
21:56.4 7:41.4 ↓ 21 161
200 Gina Sereno
FR – Michigan
21:56.7 7:33.6 ↑ 13 162
201 Madeleine Davidson
SR – Boston College
21:56.8 7:34.5 ↑ 10 163
202 Reid Watson
JR – Dartmouth
21:57.5 7:32.2 ↑ 16 164
203 Kaylee Flanagan
SO – Washington
21:57.9 7:38.7 ↓ 9 165
204 Priscilla Timmons
SR – Toledo
21:58.9 7:44.5 ↓ 29 166
205 Danielle Anderson
FR – Minnesota
21:59.5 7:39.8 ↓ 7 167
206 Sarah Hastings
SO – Boise State
21:59.9 7:38.6 ↓ 1 168
207 Heidi Engelhardt
SO – Iowa State
21:59.9 7:41.7 ↓ 20 169
208 Tammy Berger
SO – Ohio State
22:01.0 7:41.0 ↓ 6 170
209 Samantha George
JR – N.C. State
22:01.0 7:41.7 ↓ 13 171
210 Millie Paladino
FR – West Virginia
22:01.3 7:36.6 ↑ 7 172
211 Brittany Winslow
SR – Boston College
22:01.6 7:37.8 ↑ 3 173
212 Liz Weiler
SR – Toledo
22:04.1 7:35.6 ↑ 13 174
213 Mariah Kelly
SR – Baylor
22:04.5 7:35.5 ↑ 13 175
214 Nicole Hilton
SR – Ohio State
22:05.4 7:38.7 ↑ 7 176
215 Taylor Manett
JR – Michigan
22:06.7 7:42.6 ↑ 1 177
216 Katie Moran
SR – Notre Dame
22:07.7 7:41.3 ↑ 3 178
217 Anastasia Kosykh
FR – Washington
22:08.4 7:41.8 ↑ 3 179
218 Molly Keating
JR – Providence
22:09.2 7:41.0 ↑ 6 180
219 Haley Johnson
SO – Minnesota
22:09.5 7:38.5 ↑ 9 181
220 Minori Minagawa
JR – Ohio State
22:09.5 7:49.7 ↓ 20 182
221 Bianca Bishop
FR – N.C. State
22:09.7 7:31.1 ↑ 16 183
222 Ashbrook Gwinn
FR – Boston College
22:11.6 7:40.2 ↑ 8 184
223 Grace Meurer
JR – Wisconsin
22:13.1 7:40.5 ↑ 8 185
224 Gracie Tostenson
FR – Boise State
22:14.8 7:52.1 ↓ 12 186
225 Chelsi Woodruff
SR – Florida State
22:15.4 7:55.9 ↓ 28 187
226 Danielle Aragon
JR – Notre Dame
22:17.9 8:05.3 ↓ 58 188
227 Katarina Smiljanec
SR – Virginia Tech
22:20.7 7:44.9 ↑ 6 189
228 Kenyetta Iyevbele
SR – N.C. State
22:22.1 7:51.5 ↓ 1 190
229 Megan Gaysunas
SR – Toledo
22:23.8 7:52.6 191
230 Marlene Delices
SR – Iona
22:26.0 7:49.6 ↑ 4 192
231 Helen Schlachtenhaufen
SO – Dartmouth
22:27.4 7:42.9 ↑ 8 193
232 Jessica Scheriff
FR – Iona
22:29.7 7:52.7 ↑ 3 194
233 Vanessa Valentine
JR – Vanderbilt
22:38.3 8:11.1 ↓ 11 195
234 Katelyn Sischo
JR – Providence
22:38.6 7:53.9 ↑ 6 196
235 Hannah Green
SO – Virginia Tech
22:40.4 7:53.6 ↑ 8 197
236 Megan Young
SO – Boston College
22:41.2 8:05.8 ↓ 4 198
237 Josette Norris
FR – North Carolina
22:42.1 7:56.7 ↑ 5 199
238 Haley Cutright
SR – Syracuse
22:43.2 7:55.6 ↑ 7 200
239 Kate Bucknam
JR – Minnesota
22:45.3 7:58.5 ↑ 4 201
240 Madison Zimmerman
FR – Baylor
22:45.4 8:04.8 ↓ 2 202
241 Alison Lanois
SR – Dartmouth
22:49.3 7:59.4 ↑ 5 203
242 Ashlie Decker
SR – Minnesota
22:50.9 7:54.2 ↑ 8 204
243 Aliya Shirif
SO – UCLA
22:52.8 8:30.5 ↓ 33 205
244 Katie Slater
FR – Florida State
22:56.5 8:04.2 ↑ 3 206
245 Leanna Eisenman
JR – William & Mary
22:59.7 8:06.6 ↑ 3 207
246 Sydni Meunier
JR – Notre Dame
23:04.2 8:08.1 ↑ 3 208
247 Angelica Peck
JR – Syracuse
23:05.4 8:01.1 ↑ 4 209
248 Meghan Rebholz
FR – Virginia
23:16.3 8:48.4 ↓ 25 210
249 Veronica Yamane
FR – UCLA
23:18.5 8:08.5 ↑ 4 211
250 Emily Scharmann
FR – UCLA
23:24.3 8:18.3 ↑ 2 212
251 Amanda Smith
SR – Virginia Tech
23:28.4 8:50.8 ↓ 15 213
252 Taylor Driscoll
SO – Notre Dame
23:33.2 8:19.1 ↑ 2 214
253 Carolyn Hennessey
JR – William & Mary
23:58.9 9:13.8 ↓ 12 215

 


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