A Page -- Nov. 13, 2011 -- PM Edition

Aubrey Pongluelert 

Swimming and Diving Wrap up Veale Classic

Cleveland (University Circle) -- The Oberlin College men’s and women’s swimming teams wrapped up the Veale Classic on Saturday. The women lost to John Carroll in the consolation round with a score of 121-102. The men lost to Case Reserve in the championship round by a score of 77.5-142.5.
 
The women swam first in the day. Kate Melanson won the 200 yard freestyle to start the day off for the Yeowomen and finished with a time of 2:05.00. Anna Saltzman also registered a win in the 500 yard freestyle with a time of 25.49, and she won the 100 yard freestyle with a score of 55.70. Simone Christen took the 200 yard butterfly with a time of 2.14.69. Aubrey Pongluelert continued her great weekend with a win in the 200 yard breastroke and finished with a time 2:33.18.
 
The men were lead by freshman diver Chris McLauchlan who won the diving competition and set an Oberlin College record of his 11 dive score. He finished the second day with a score of 455.70. The Yeomen were unable to win another event on the day, but checked in with six second place finishes.
 
Although both teams were unable to come away with a victory today, Mark Fino was very pleased with the performance. He felt that both teams swam very well, and swam very competitively all weekend. He was happy with their intensity from start to finish.
 
The swimming and diving team comes back home and swims against Baldwin Wallace on November 18th. The meet is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m.

Flyers win in Archie Miller's debut

DAYTON, Ohio – Josh Benson scored a career high 21 points and Matt Kavanaugh matched his career best with 15 points leading the Dayton Flyers to a 87-58 opening victory over the Western Illinois Leathernecks in coach Archie Miller's debut.
 
Paul Williams scored 10 of his 15 points in the second half and Josh Parker tallied 11. Chris Johnson added eight points and 10 rebounds and Kevin Dillard in his Flyer debut dished out nine assists.
 
The Flyers have won seven consecutive home openers and 10 of their last 11.
 
Dayton shot 57 percent from the field and knocked down 10 shots from beyond the arc. The duo of Benson and Kavanaugh went a combined 17-of-22 (77 percent) shooting from the floor.
 
In fact, 50 of Dayton’s 87 points came in the paint. The Flyers also committed only eight turnovers, two of them in the second half.
 
After leading by only three in the first half and allowing Western Illinois to shoot 65 percent from the field, the Flyers clamped down and limited the Leathernecks to 5-of-26 shooting from the floor and 
0-from-7 from 3-point range.
 
Tommy Tyler and Obi Emegano each scored 15 points to lead the Leathernecks.
 
Dayton’s next game will take place on the road as the Flyers face the Miami RedHawks on Tuesday, Nov. 15. Tip-off is at 7 p.m. ET.

TODAY IN MAC WOMEN’S 


BASKETBALL – NOVEMBER 13, 2011

 

Ball St. (0-1) at Wright St. (0-0), 1:00 PM 
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The Ball State women's basketball team opened its 2011-12 season with a 63-52 loss to Illinois State Friday night in Worthen Arena.  Despite the loss freshman Brittany Carter led the Cardinals with 12 points, while junior Shanee' Jackson managed 10 points... Junior Mercedes Miller led Ball State defensively with 11 rebounds plus added six points.. Head Coach Kelly Packard will be looking for her 50th career victory against Wright State today... Wright State is coming off of a 78-68 exhibition victory over Georgetown College after trailing by six-points at the half Monday night at the Nutter Center...Molly Fox paced the Raiders with 20 points while teammates Kim Demmings and Courtney Boyd both chipped in 10 points apiece.  

Dayton (1-0) at Toledo (0-0), 2:00 PM
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Toledo commences its 38th season of women's basketball on Sunday, Nov. 13 when it hosts 2011 NCAA Tournament participant Dayton... UT ended last season with an 18-game win streak at home and is 43-4 at home under fourth-year Head Coach Tricia Cullop... The Midnight Blue & Gold return nine letterwinners in 2011-12, including three starters in senior Naama Shafir (2010-11 first-team All-MAC, team-high 15.3 ppg, squad-best 5.1 apg, 1.3 spg), junior Lecretia Smith (6.7 ppg, 5.8 rpg, 1.4 spg) and sophomore Andola Dortch (6.7 ppg, team-high 1.6 spg, 3.6 rpg) from last year's squad that enjoyed one of the most successful seasons in school history... Dayton is coming off of a 69-38 win over Bowling Green on Friday.


Akron native Andola Dortch

The Flyer defense set the tone from the beginning with back-to-back blocks by redshirt senior Elle Queen and senior Casey Nance on the Falcons’ first possession. The Flyers forced the Falcons into 12 first half turnovers and limited them to convert just 8-of-27 first half shots (29.6%) enroute to the victory. 

Northern Illinois (0-0) at Loyola-Chi. (1-0), 1:00 PM
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Northern Illinois begins its 55th season with its 19th game against the Loyola Ramblers... The Huskies return seven players from last year, including three starters in Kim Davis, Danny Pulliam, and CourtneyShelton, and welcome seven newcomers... In terms of production, NIU returns 64 percent of its minutes, 49 percent of its points, 45 percent of its rebounds, 71 percent of its assists, 44 percent of its blocks, and 53 percent of its steals... Troy Hambric scored a career-high 23 points and Patrice King added 21 in her first game as a Rambler as Loyola scored the first 14 points of the game and never looked back in a 77-34 win over Chicago State in the season opener for both teams at the Jones Convocation Center. 

Ohio (0-0) at Morehead State (0-1), 2:00 PM 
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Following exhibition wins over Ohio Valley and Lake Erie College, Ohio Women’s Basketball is set to begin the 2011-12 regular season. The Bobcats will play at Morehead State on Sunday with tip-off scheduled for 2 p.m... Sunday’s contest is one of five that the Bobcats will play in November and is the only one that is away from the Convocation Center... Nine different Bobcats played ten minutes or more during Ohio’s exhibition win over Lake Erie College on Nov. 8. Kat Yelle and Symone Lyles led the way, each logging 27 minutes... Ohio shot significantly better in the second half of Tuesday's game than in the first, improving nearly 27 percent from 23.3 in the first half to 50 in the second... Freshman guard Mariah Byard (Mannington, W.Va.) made her first appearance for the Green and White on Tuesday against Lake Erie College, playing 11 minutes and picking up one rebound and one assist... Morehead State comes into Sunday’s game the owner of an 0-1 record. The Eagles hosted the University of Kentucky on Nov. 11, losing by a final score of 96-60 in front of a school-record crowd of 3,870... Courtney Lumpkin led the way for the Eagles, scoring 12 points in 28 minutes of play while teammate Ashar Harris crashed the glass, picking up 20 rebounds (nine offensive).

Western Michigan (0-0) at Kansas (0-0), 3:00 PM
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Western Michigan opens the season on the road at Kansas on Sunday... THe Broncos return just one starter senior Miame Giden who averaged 11.7 points per game in 2010-11 and picked up right where she left off scoring a team-high 13 points in WMU's 94-35 exhibition win over Indiana Tech on Nov. 3... The Broncos scored 44 of their points in the paint and out-rebounded ITU 61-27... Freshman guard Michelle O'Brien also poured in 13 tallies in just 17 minutes off the bench and added 10 rebounds... Through two exhibition games, Kansas' four returning starters each averaged double-digit points to help the Jayhawks to a pair of preseason victories... Junior point guard Angel Goodrich led the pack with 14.0 points per game... Her 5.0 assists per outing often found juniors Carolyn Davis (13.0 ppg) and Monica Engelman (13.0 ppg), as well as senior Aishah Sutherland (10.0).


RedHawk Women Take 11th at NCAA Regionals

TOLEDO, Ohio – After a disappointing outing in its last meet, the Miami University women’s cross country team gave it everything they had en route to an 11th-place finish Saturday afternoon at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional, hosted by the University of Toledo at Ottawa Park. The 6K race served as the season finale for the RedHawks.

Miami totaled 374 points, finishing just ahead of rival Ohio, who was 12th in the 31-team field with 376 points. No. 15 Michigan won the race with 45 points while No. 12 Michigan State was second with 77, as both earned automatic berths to the NCAA Championship. Michigan’s Danielle Tauro won the individual title in 20:27.9.

The ‘Hawks were the third Mid-American Conference team to place as the host Rockets took third with 84 points while Central Michigan finished eighth with 226 points. In addition to Ohio, Miami finished ahead of Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, Akron, Ball State, Kent State and Bowling Green from the MAC as well as Purdue from the Big Ten and Marquette and Cincinnati from the Big East.
Jillian Dickman
Madison's Jillian Dickman

Senior Maggie Bingham (Carmel, Ind.) led the ‘Hawks for the fourth time this year, placing 37th in 21:32.1 in her final race. Freshman Jess Hoover (Hilliard, Ohio) was Miami’s second scorer, finishing in 70th in 22:06.5 while redshirt junior Jillian Dickman (Madison, Ohio) closed out her cross country career in 82nd place in 22:18.6, as she will graduate in May.
Dickman, the Madison High grad

Sophomore Kate Carter (Ann Arbor, Mich.) was the fourth scorer for the RedHawks, clocking 22:25.4 while redshirt sophomore Monica Fischer (Cincinnati, Ohio) rounded out Miami’s scoring five, crossing in 96th in 22:28.5 in her first regional championship race.

“They went out hard and looked good but ran out of gas,” head coach Kelly Phillips said. “We’re very young but they gave it their all. We just need to keep working, get better and mature some.”

Senior Kelley Miller (Dublin, Ohio) was the sixth Miami finisher, taking 115th in 22:49.8 in her last cross country race for the Red and White while freshman Alex Chitwood (Carmel, Ind.) was 119th in 22:53.0.

With Miami not qualifying for the NCAA Championship, the RedHawks now turn their attention to indoor track and field season, which begins Dec. 2-3 at the Oiler Opener in Findlay, Ohio.

Calvin College Continues Dominance; 

Yeowomen Fourth

Oberlin, Ohio – For the fifth straight Year the Knights of Calvin College won the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championships, while the host Yeowomen turned in an impressive fourth-place finish.

Meet Overview
The Knights had four runners finish in the top 12, led by Jodi Hoekstra’s second-place finish with a time of 21:33.81. She finished the race with an average mile time of 5:47.1.

As team the Knights, who entered the race at No. 9 in the country, earned 69 points. Alyssa Penning was their second finisher, coming through the chute in eighth place with a mark of 21:58.87. Completing a trio of harries in the top 10 was Kaitlin Diemer with a timestamp of 22.02.75.



Also earning the second automatic qualifying spot to nationals was Ohio Northern University with 96 points. The Polar Bears were led by Alison Steinbrunner, who won the race in 21:27.74, with an average mile time of 5:45.4. (Steinbrunner Video Interview)

Kelly Casanova finished 11th overall at 22:10.23, while Lydia Weaver rounded out their top three placers in 25th with a mark of 22:26.65.

The top 35 finishers in the race were named All-Region at the conclusion of the meet.

Oberlin Focus
The Yeowomen had one of their best races of the year as they finished in fourth place with 103 total points at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championship. 

Oberlin was just seven points shy of second place  Ohio Northern and trailed third place Hope College by just four points.

Oberlin was led by sophomore sensation Molly Martorella as she finished third overall with a time of 21:41.96. The Yeowomen’s top four placers all earned All-Regional accolades, while the team’s fifth finisher, Emma Lehmann missed it by just one spot.

Following Martorella, it was NCAC Freshman of the Year Carey Lyons. Despite having one of her shoes fall off during the race, Lyons was still able to forge ahead and finish in 21st place at 22:24.74. 

Just two spots back of Lyons was Margaret Lindman as she completed the 6K course in 22:26.33 while rookie teammate Lindsay Neal was right on her coattails at 22:26.51.

Lehmann finished 36th with a time of 22:39.28. Caroline Martin was Oberlin’s top displacer, checking in 39th 22:46.70.

The Yeowomen, who entered the meet ranked No. 18 in the country and fourth in the region, will wait to hear their NCAA fate tomorrow afternoon.


Mount Union 16th at Great Lakes Regional


Mount Union's men's cross country team finished 16th at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Saturday in Oberlin, Ohio.


The Purple Raiders were dealt a serious blow early in the race when top runner sophomore Josh Clemence (Akron/Firestone) fell in the first 200 meters and did not finish the race.


Mount Union was led by junior Matt Miller (Lakewood/Lakewood) in 71st place with a time of 26:46.95 and sophomore Konner Lashley (Madison/Madison) in 73rd with a time of 26:47.51.


NCAA Great Lakes Regional - Oberlin, Ohio
Men's Race - 8k


Team Standings

1. #4 Calvin (Mich.) 38, 2. #22Wabash (Ind.) 100, 3. #35Manchester (Ind.) 197, 4. Ohio Wesleyan 201, 5. Albion(Mich.) 224, 6. Hope (Mich.) 226, 7. Case Western Reserve 237, 8. John Carroll 260, 9. Oberlin 279, 10. Ohio Northern 280, 11. DePauw (Ind.) 294, 12. Heidelberg 303, 13. Franciscan 417, 14. Anderson (Ind.) 418, 15.Wilmington 450, 16. Mount Union 452, 17. Denison 458, 18. Marietta 489, 19. Baldwin-Wallace 501, 20. Kenyon 535, 21. Muskingum 551, 22. Trine (Ind.) 559, 23. Defiancce 567, 24. Adrian (Mich.) 571, 25. Wooster577, 26. Wittenberg 623, 27. Earlham (Ind.) 690, 28. Alma (Mich.) 693, 29. Kalamazoo (Mich.) 711, 30. Hanover(Ind.) 913, 31. Hiram 927, 32. Olivet (Mich.) 981, 33. Bluffton 1013, 34. Mount Saint Joseph 1076, 35. Trabsylvania (Ky.) 1138.


Top 5 Individuals

1. Kevin McCarthy (Wab) 24:31, 2. Makorobo Salukombo (Den) 24:44, 3. Dan Kerr (Cal) 24:17, 4. Bill Jones (Fran) 24:50, 5. Matt Vander Roest (Cal) 24:52.

Mount Union Individual Results

71. Matt Miller 26:46.95, 73. Konner Lashley 26:47.51, 92. Tim Kelly 27:05.29, 111. Andrew Nelson 27:21.27, 119. Erik Reed 27:25.09, 151. Nate Grimm 27:52.25.

 


Lake Erie finishes second at Mount Union Invite


ALLIANCE, OHIO --  The Lake Erie wrestling team opened its 2011-12 season with a second-place team finish at the University of Mount Union Invitational at McPherson Academic and Athletic Complex in Alliance.


The Storm had two individual champions and 11 top three finishes.  Lake Erie scored 183 points as a team, easily ahead of third place Waynesburg University (147).  Host Mount Union won the team title with 200 points, while Ohio Valley University was fourth with 98.

  

Chris Kelly (L) , Mike Samijlenko (R)


Sophomores Zev Green (Marysville, Ohio/Marysville) and Chris Kelly (North Olmsted, Ohio/North Olmsted) had perfect days, going 4-0 to claim individual titles at 174 and 197-pounds, respectively.  Green earned a pin in his first match and then won three straight decisions.  Kelly, meanwhile, decisioned teammate Michael Samijlenko (Parma, Ohio/Normandy) in the finals at 197 pound. 


Lake Erie had three top placers at 125 pounds.  Freshman Austin Gillihan (Corry, Pa./Corry Area) was fourth, classmate Ian Ross (Newark, N.Y./Newark) was third and junior Justin Toth (Painesville, Ohio/Riverside/Mount Union) was second.  Toth dropped a tough 1-0 decision in the finals to Alex Crown of Waynesburg after winning his first two matches by decision.


The Storm's other second-place finishers were sophomore newcomer Thomas McVicker (South Fork, Pa./Forest Hills/Prnn Highlands) at 133 pounds and sophomore Josh Linden (Broadview Heights, Ohio/Brecksville-Broadview Heights) at 184 pounds. 


Freshman Jon Schafer (Cleveland, Ohio/St. Peter Chanel), redshirt freshman Dylan Zivcic (Mentor, Ohio/Mentor/Lakeland) and sophomore Tyler Tesny (Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio/Cuyahoga Falls) all had third place finishes.  Schafer dropped his first match at 184 pounds but then won three straight, including a technical fall victory in the consolation bracket final.  Zivcic went 4-1 at 149 pounds and Tesny finished 3-1 on the day at 157. 


The Storm travels to Grantham, Pa. next Saturday, Nov. 19, for a quad meet at Messiah College.  Lake Erie will wrestle host Messiah, Waynesburg and York College (Pa.).


Yellow Jacket Swimming & Diving Teams Both 


Lose to Washington & Jefferson (Pa.)

BEREA, OHIO – The Baldwin-Wallace College men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams each lost in dual meet competition today (Saturday, November 12, 2011) to visiting Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) College in the B-W Natatorium inside the Lou Higgins Center.  The loss was just the first in four meets for the B-W women.

The Presidents’ men defeated the Yellow Jacket men, 138-100, and the W&J women beat the B-W women, 133-95. Despite the loss, the Yellow Jacket women are now 3-1 overall (2-0 in the Ohio Athletic Conference) and the B-W men are 2-2 overall (2-0 OAC).


Donohoe

The B-W women were led by four-time NCAA Division III All-American junior diver Julie Pinter (Broadview Heights/ Brecksville-Broadview Hts.) as she won the 1-meter voluntary event with 186.60  points and the 1-meter optional event with 260.05 points.  In addition, sophomore Angela Musille (Canton/GlenOak) won the 100 yard breast stroke in a time of 1:10.08. The women’s 200 yard freestyle relay team consisting of junior Kelsey Richards (Wadsworth), sophomore Caitlin Wilson (Wycombe, Pa./ Council Rock North), senior Danielle Miller (Van Wert) and freshman Carli Dugan (Mentor) won in a time 1:50.56.
Wadsworth's Richards

The Yellow Jacket men were led by sophomore Patrick Donohoe (Columbus/Bishop Watterson) who won the 200 yard Indivdual Medley in a time of 2:06.14. Also winning for the Yellow Jacket men were senior Nic Null (Shelby/Mansfield St. Peter’s) who won the 100 yard Freestyle in a time of 50.08 and freshman Kevin Gerber (Sagamore Hill/ Nordonia) who won the 100 yard Breaststroke in a time of 1:04.46. The Men’s 200 yard freestyle relay team consisting of juniors Tony Tijerina (Defiance/Napoleon), Chris Tuttle (North Royalton), sophomore Alex Habursky (Erie, Pa. /Cathedral Preparatory) and junior Matthew Zych (Des Plaines, Ill. /Maine West) won in a time of 1:35.40.

DRAKE DOWNS DAYTON,37-14, TO CLAIM A SHARE OF PFL TITLE
Safety Nick Weston Intercepts Two Passes In His Second Career Start
DES MOINES --- The Drake University Bulldogs capitalized on excellent field position and a big day from quarterback Mike Piatowski to defeat an out-manned University of Dayton Flyer football team, 37-14 Saturday at Drake Stadium.  The win clinched at least a share of the 2011 Pioneer Football League championship for the Bulldogs.
Dayton was without its starting offensive backfield, quarterback Will Bardo and tailback Taylor Harris, along with the PFL’s interception leader, Steve Wirkus, due to injuries, but the Bulldogs played like a team with a championship within their grasp.
Broadview's Steve Wirkus
Wirkus’ replacement, Nick Weston gave UD an early 7-0 lead when he returned his first career interception 29 yards for a TD.  Drake answered with 16 unanswered points to lead 16-7 at halftime, and then added another touchdown to take a 23-7 lead with 9:45 left in the third quarter.  The Flyers responded with a 67-yard scoring drive to make it 23-14, but Drake trumped that by marching 90 yards in six plays to go back up in front by 16, 30-14 after three quarters.
Piatowski threw his fourth TD pass of the afternoon in the fourth quarter to make the final score 37-14.
Miami Men Place 17th at Great Lakes Regional

Wing paces the RedHawks in 53rd place; Hartville's Eick right there in 62nd

TOLEDO, Ohio – Following its worst outing of the year at the Mid-American Conference Championship two weeks ago, the Miami University men’s cross country team finished the season on a stronger note, placing 17th at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Saturday, hosted by the University of Toledo at Ottawa Park.

The RedHawks finished with 453 points to take 17th, improving on last year’s 18th-place finish at the regional meet despite having just two runners with regional meet experience this year. No. 1 Wisconsin won the 10K race, Miami’s first 10K of the year, with 50 points while No. 7 Indiana took second with 70 points as the Badgers and Hoosiers locked up automatic berths to the NCAA Championship among the 31-team field. Butler’s Callum Hawkins won the individual title in 30:01.5 in a field of 211 runners.

Among MAC teams, Miami was sixth as Central Michigan placed seventh followed by Akron in 13th, Kent State in 14th, Toledo in 15th and Eastern Michigan in 16th, just 11 points ahead of the ‘Hawks. Dayton was right behind Miami in 18th with 489 points while rival Ohio took 19th with 493 points.

Sophomore Dave Wing (Naperville, Ill.) led Miami for the second time in his career and this year, as he finished 53rd in 31:33.2 in his first regional championship race. Junior Jarrod Eick (Hartville, Ohio) was not far behind in 62nd, clocking a time of 31:42.9, which marked a personal-best finish and time at the regional meet.

Eick

“Jarrod went out pretty hard, he was trying to be in the top 25 (to earn All-Region honors) but the last couple miles really got to him,” head coach Warren Mandrell said. “It was a perfect course for Dave Wing though because it was long and hilly. He ended up catching Jarrod with about 1000 meters to go and passed him.”

The Marlington alum, Eick

Redshirt junior Brett Wagner (Toledo, Ohio) put on a good show in his hometown, as he was Miami’s third finisher, crossing in 92nd in 32:17.3 with his third-place finish on the team his best ever while also running his first regional race. Redshirt freshman Daniel Garleb (Pickerington, Ohio) was the RedHawks’ fourth scorer in 112th place in 32:35.8 while redshirt sophomore Matt Marol (Evanston, Ill.) rounded out the scoring five in 134th in 33:07.6.

“If we would have had a healthy David Eichenberger today we probably would have beaten most of those 
MAC schools ahead of us,” Mandrell said. “I was really pleased with the guys. They just got out and ran compared to the MAC meet where they were so nervous they couldn’t let their talent show. Today they just let it happen. The good thing is they all return next year and finishing like this sets them up for next season.”

Freshman Ryan Moncrieff (Hawthorn Woods, Ill.) was Miami’s only other runner at the race, placing 200th in 35:53.0. Redshirt junior David Eichenberger (Plainfield, Ind.), who scored for Miami at last year’s regional race, didn’t run Saturday because of an injury.

With the RedHawks not qualifying for the NCAA Championship, Miami’s cross country season is now complete


Mount Gals 14th at Great Lakes

OBERLIN, Ohio -- Mount Union's women's cross country team placed 14th at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Saturday in Oberlin, Ohio.

Leading the way for the Purple Raiders was sophomore Caitlin Goggin (Mantua/Crestwood) who placed 41st (22:49.51).
Goggin

Mount Union posted 426 points to place in 14th while Calvin (Mich.) won the event with 69 points.

NCAA Great Lakes Regional - Oberlin, Ohio
Women's Race - 6k

Team Standings

1. #9 Calvin (Mich.) 69, 2. #17 Ohio Northern 96, 3. #13 Hope (Mich.) 99, 4. #18 Oberlin 103, 5. Case Western Reserve 208, 6. John Carroll 303, 7. Baldwin-Wallace 312, 8. DePauw (Ind.) 323, 9. Ohio Wesleyan 334, 10.Albion (Mich.) 334, 11. Wittenberg 355, 12. Kenyon 401, 13. Wilmington 402, 14. Mount Union 426, 15. Alma (Mih.) 447, t16. Franciscan 457, t16. Wooster, 457, 18. Otterbein 472, 19. Adrian (Mich.) 477, 20. Denison 501, 21. Hanover (Ind.) 507, 22. St. Mary's (Ind.) 522, 23. Franklin (Ind.) 581, 24. Manhester (Ind.) 592, 25.Kalamazoo (Micch.) 599, 26. Heidelberg 726, 27. Anderson (Ind.) 834, 28. Bluffton 845, 29. Marietta 847, 30. Trine (Ind.) 848, 31. Earlham (Ind.) 866, 32. Defiane 880, 33. Transylvania (Ky.) 933, 34. Mount Saint Joseph1068, 35. Olivet (Mich.) 1125, 36. Hiram 1172.

Top 5 Individuals

1. Alison Steinbrunner (ONU) 21:27, 2. Jodi Hoekstra (Cal) 21:33, 3. Molly Martorella (Ober) 21:41, 4. Sheri McCormick (Hope) 21:46, 5. Jenna Willett (Ken) 21:50.

Mount Union Individual Results

41. Caitlin Goggin 6:07.4, 74. Haley Buzulencia 23:24.03, 98. Tabitha Jacofsky 23:50.30, 105. Jenna Sleutz 24:01.78, 113. Miranda Stockton 24:10.73, 127. Jessie Iafalice 24:26.96, 143. Brooke Benner 24:43.00
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