Sunday, October 31, 2010

Richmond Men and Women Win A-10 Cross Country Titles

A photo that captures the the moment...

Andrew Benford crossing the finish line to victory and leading the Spider Men's Team to the Atlantic 10 Conference Cross Country Championship team title. His time of 24:12 for the 8K set a course record for the Schenley Park venue in Pittsburgh, PA. Six years earlier on the same course John Ciccarelli (UR '06) broke away from the pack to win the Atlantic 10 Cross Country title for the Spiders. (Dan Petty Photo)

You may recall Benford, the 2010 West Virginia Track Athlete of the Year, led the USA Mountain Running Team last fall with his 12th place finish at the 2009 IAAF World Mountain Running Championships in Italy. He was also named the 2009 Atlantic 10 Conference Track Athlete of the Year after winning the 3K Steeplechase and 5K events at the outdoor championships.

At the 1 mile mark of the women's race the Richmond women's team controlled the team race flanking Dayton's top runner with (L-R) Amy Van Alstine, Jill Prentice, Julie Rechel and Nicol Traynor making a statement. In the background to the right of Traynor you can see Spider freshman Alli Mannon in the red top... (Dan Petty Photo)
The Richmond Men and Women won the team titles. The first time in school history the women and men swept the titles. Both teams ran the fastest team average in the history of the Schenley Park course. (Dan Petty Photo)

Nicol Traynor led the Spiders with her 2nd place over-all finish. Her time of 17:17 for the 5K race broke the previous course record by 8 seconds. Our women's team average of 17:44 for our top 5 runners is the fastest team average in course history. (Dan Petty Photo)

Traynor, who red shirted this past outdoor season, qualified for the 2009 NCAA Track & Field Championships in Fayetteville, AR in the 5,000M setting several program records including the 5,000M (16:17.64) and 3K Steeplechase (10:28.46).

Matt Llano, 2010 NCAA Track & Field All-American (9th in the 10K at the NCAA Championships/10K PR of 28:51), placed 3rd over-all. His time of 24:23 for the 8K also broke the course record. Like the women, the Spider men's 1-5 team average of 24:46 is the fastest in history for the Schenley Park course. (Dan Petty Photo)

Amy Van Alstine placed 4th with a time of 17:33. Van Alstine is coming an excellent spring track season. Her season best of 16:38.58 in the 5,000M qualified her to the first round of the 2010 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships. (Dan Petty Photo)

Richmond Men, Women Capture A-10 Cross Country Championships

The conference championship marks the first for the men's program and third for the women.

Oct. 30, 2010
by KC Krismiller
Photo Gallery Link

PITTSBURGH, Pa. - The Richmond men captured the program's first A-10 Championship, while the women claimed their third as the 2010 A-10 Cross Country Championship was contested Saturday in Pittsburgh, Pa.

"It is a great day for our program. Words will not do justice to how happy I am for our teams. Today they raced with their hearts for each other, for our alumni and for their program. This is for them!"

This counts as men's first cross country title since joining the Atlantic 10 Conference in 2001.

Looking back, men's head coach Steve Taylor recalls, "Five years ago Andrew Benford, Matt Llano and Jon Wilson ran on this course as freshmen and after the race we spoke about winning this meet as a team. Three years ago they sat with me in the Robins Center as we discussed the plan to red shirt them last fall, providing them with the opportunity to return this year for a shot at the Atlantic 10 Conference title and a berth to the NCAA Championships. Their effort has been total; it has been pure and today it was complete. It was a total team effort and the experience of our seniors showed. I couldn't be happier for these athletes, especially to put it together as a team on this day."

"The team title is what we have been working towards for the past five years and even some of the older guys that started this eight to nine years ago," said the men's individual title winner Andrew Benford. "We've made lots of sacrifices and it's all paid off today with this title. From one to twelve, everyone on our team gave it their all. I couldn't be happier with the team winning."

It was a stand-out day for red-shirt senior Andrew Benford. He secured the men's cross country championship title and set a new course record for the 8K at 24:12. His win also stands as Richmond's first individual title since Richmond's John Ciccarelli won on the same course (Schenley Park) in 2004.

In response to his performance, Benford said: "The first 3 miles were controlled and pretty comfortable with me, Matt (Llano), Lemon (Dayton), McDonald (St. Joseph's) and a few others. By the turn-around, Lemon really started throwing in some hard surges, getting as much as 20 meters on Matt and me. By four miles, we started pulling him in and I was able to catch him on the last hill which left only 1000M of flat racing. I kept repeating `one more step, one more step, and I'll break him' to myself - those little mantra's kept me focused on the A-10 title, and in the final turn and grass stretch I realized I had it. It was a great feeling to know that all the hard work and sacrifice came together on this day and paid off."

Redshirt-senior Matt Llano also broke the course record and placed third overall with his time of 24:23.

"It feels great that everything we've been working towards for the past four and a half years has paid off," said Llano, "and hopefully we have set a precedent for the younger guys to continue for the future."

Senior Tim Quinn came in sixth-place in the men's 8K and was clocked at 24:47. Redshirt-senior Jon Wilson placed 19th overall (25:12), followed by junior Levi Grandt in 22nd (25:18), sophomore Jason Skipper in 38th (25:41), and sophomore Chris York in 40th (25:41).

The men's team results included Duquesne in second-place, followed by UMass, Dayton and LaSalle. Individually, second-place went to Chris Lemon from Dayton (24:17), fourth-place went to Matt Lemon from Dayton (24:35), and fifth-place went to Tommy Kauffman from Xavier (24:41).

As for the women, this was the team's second title win in the past three years, and the third title since 2001. Five Spider women placed in the top-15 of the women's 5K race. Senior Nicol Traynor led for Richmond, finishing second overall with a time of 17:17. Her time broke the course record by eight seconds, previously held by All-American Maureen McCandless from the University of Pittsburgh.

Redshirt-senior Amy Van Alstine clinched fourth-place with a time of 17:33. Senior Julie Rechel came in 11th place (17:52), followed closely by freshman Jill Prentice in 12th (17:58), and redshirt-senior Jenn Ennis in 14th (18:01). Freshman Alli Mannon placed 22nd overall (18:18) and senior Erin Lunny came in 25th (18:21).

"I'm proud of the way our team attached and executed our race plan today," said women's head coach Lori Taylor. "It's been a combination of things that included a tremendous amount of hard work and a decision they made for each other last year. Traynor, Van Alstine, Rechel and Prentice took the race out and set the tone from the start of the race, which put the other teams on the defensive. Ennis, Mannon and Lunny kept them close, to close out any hope."

"It's great to win the team title, said Traynor. "That has been one of our team goals all season along with qualifying to the NCAA Championships. This was another test for us and I think it says a lot about our program for both our men and women to win here today."

She went on to say, "I'm happy with my race. We wanted to make the first one and a half miles go as smooth and easy as possible, which turned it into a quick race. Our plan was to run in groups and we did that very well through the first one and half miles. It was me, Amy, Julie and Jill together at that point and then we started racing with the goal of using what we had left for the last mile."

"I'm really excited about the team win today," said Van Alstine. "It's been one of our team goals for this season and we're all really pumped. It is also one of reasons I came back for my fifth year."

The top five teams for the women's 5K race included LaSalle in second-place, Dayton in third, Saint Louis in fourth, and both Charlotte and Duquesne tied for fifth. Megan Hogan from George Washington won the women's individual title (16:56), while Maura Bulgrin from Dayton placed third (17:28), and Stephanie Bearish from LaSalle took fifth (17:35).

In addition to clinching both first-place slots, Richmond walked away with numerous Atlantic 10 awards and accolades: Andrew Benford was also announced the Atlantic 10 Men's Performer of the Year, and head coaches Steve and Lori Taylor were honored with the Atlantic 10 Coaches of the Year awards. Lastly, the top 15 runners in each race earned 1st team All-Conference honors, including Nicol Traynor, Amy Van Asltine, Julie Rechel, Jill Prentice, and Jenn Ennis for the women, and Andrew Benford, Matt Llano, and Tim Quinn for the men.

Lori Taylor concluded, "It's great for both teams to win... [They] have been inspired with specific goals, and today they realized one of those goals with two Atlantic 10 team titles."

Make sure to check out the A-10 Championships Photo Gallery

The Spiders compete next at the NCAA Southeast Regional Championship in Louisville, Ky. on Nov. 13.

For more in-depth coverage on the race, visit Coach Taylor's blog, or follow him on Twitter.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Preview Atlantic 10 Conference Championships

Video Preview of the Men's and Women's Atlantic 10 Conference Championships...

VIDEO: The Richmond men's XC team competes for the A-10 Championship on Saturday

VIDEO: The Richmond women's XC team looks for its 3rd A-10 title Saturday

Spider XC Hopes To Bring A-10 Title Back To Richmond

Richmond cross country heads to Pittsburgh, Pa. for Atlantic 10 Conference Championships.

by KC Krismiller

October 28, 2010

- The Richmond men's and women's cross country teams depart for Pittsburgh, Pa. on Friday to attend the Atlantic 10 Conference Cross Country Championships. The event kicks-off Saturday, Oct. 30 at 9:00 a.m. with the women's 5K, followed by the men's 8K race at 9:45 a.m.

"It's going to be a great meet," said women's head coach Lori Taylor. "Our teams are looking forward to the Championships, and know it's going to take a total team effort to bring the title back to Richmond."

The race, hosted by Duquesne University, will be held at Schenley Park, a 456-acre municipal park located in the city of Pittsburgh. This will be the Atlantic 10's 22nd annual race for the women's championship and the 33rd race for the men's championship. Richmond has participated in the event every year since joining the Atlantic 10 Conference in 2001.

"This year, unlike last year, we are healthy and that's a huge difference," said Taylor. "We have four NCAA Track & Field Championship qualifiers, an excellent group returning upper classmen, and a strong pack of freshmen leading us into the meet."

Redshirt-senior Amy Van Alstine and senior Nicol Traynor will lead the Spider women in hopes to capture their second championship victory in three years. The women's first championship win came in 2003, while the second (and last) one happened in 2008.

Amy Van Alstine is coming off a remarkable season, finishing first for the Spider women in both the ISU Pre-Nationals meet and the Paul Short Invitational. Nicol Traynor led the women in the 2009 A-10 Championships, finishing seventh overall with a time of 20:06.3. Similar to Van Alstine, Traynor has had an impressive season, finishing second for Richmond in both the ISU Pre-Nationals and the Paul Short Invitational. She was also awarded the Atlantic 10 Women's Performer of the Week on Sept. 20 following her second-place overall finish at the Wolfpack Invitational.

Unlike the women, the Spider men have never captured first-place at the Atlantic 10 Championship. However, Richmond has a very good chance in 2010 due to the senior leadership of Matt Llano, Andrew Benford and Tim Quinn.

Redshirt-senior Matt Llano currently holds the fourth-best time for the A-10 Men's Championship Performances when he finished fourth in 2008 (24:05.2). He is coming off a noteworthy 2010 season, recently awarded the A-10 Men's Performer of the Week on Oct. 19 in response to his 21st-place finish at the ISU Pre-Nationals. He was the top A-10 performer of the meet with a time of 24:04.9. Llano also finished second for the Spiders (sixth overall) at the Paul Short Invitational on Oct. 2.

Fellow redshirt-senior, Andrew Benford, came close to clinching a top-10 spot at the ISU Pre-National meet, but fell 20 yards from the finish line. He ended up placing 66th overall with a time of 24:37.5. Besides the fall, Benford has shown much promise this season. He lead the Spider men at the Paul Short Invitational with a third-place overall finish (23:52) and was the first Atlantic 10 Conference runner to cross the finish line. Following his performance at Paul Short, the A-10 awarded him the honor of Men's Co-Performer of the Week.

Senior Tim Quinn has past success at the A-10 Championships. In 2009 he led the Spider men with a 12th-place overall finish and a time of 27:10.4. Quinn also finished second for the Spiders behind Llano at Pre-Nationals, where he placed 48th overall (24:26.0).

"Our teams have trained hard and are healthy," said men's head coach Steve Taylor. "They are focused on their team and individual goals. We acknowledge there are teams within the conference that have a lot of talent and those teams have the same goal we do."

All Atlantic 10 Conference teams will be participating in the meet, including Duquesne, Dayton, St. Joseph's, Rhode Island, Fordham, UMass, LaSalle, Saint Louis, Charlotte, George Washington, Xavier, Temple, and St. Bonaventure.

"Our athletes have shown through the level of the workouts they are doing that they have elevated to a new level. Now they need to transfer those workouts into a complete team effort, which we have not done yet this season. They must use their energy together on Saturday morning with the passion it takes to become Atlantic 10 Conference Champions."

The women's 5K kicks-off at 9:00 a.m. and the men's 8K race starts at 9:45 a.m. For more information about the Atlantic 10 Conference Cross Country Championship, click this link.

Stay tuned to for a complete report following Saturday's meet. For more in-depth coverage on the race, visit Coach Taylor's blog or follow him on Twitter.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

I am a Runner. The Ben Davis Story--Run The Edge Blog

I'm posting a link to this very inspirational Blog Post from "Run The Edge"...

I am a Runner. The Ben Davis Story

Tim Quinn, '11: Studying French literature, student gains appreciation for the liberal arts

Tim Quinn leading the
2009 Atlantic 10 Conference
Cross Country Championships.

Below is an article on senior Cross Country, Indoor Track & Field and Outdoor Track & Field team member Tim Quinn…written by the University of Richmond Communications Office and reposted here...

Quinn will graduate next spring with a double major in Political Science and French...He is also a team captain for the Cross Country, Indoor Track & Field and Outdoor Track & Field teams...Quinn has earned 1st team A-10 All-Conference honors for Indoor Track & Field, Outdoor Track & Field and Cross Country...He has also earned A-10 All-Academic Team honors several times and has helped lead the men's Track & Field and Cross Country teams to NCAA All-Academic Honors, extending the tradition to 8 consecutive years.

Tim Quinn

Tim Quinn, '11

Studying French literature, student gains appreciation for the liberal arts

October 21, 2010

Tim Quinn, ’11, enrolled in an introductory course in French literature with Professor Lidia Radi, he had no clue that he would find fiction so interesting. Though the French major had taken language courses before, he found the course's literature component particularly fascinating.

Quinn enjoyed the class so much that when Dr. Radi asked him if he would like to spend the summer conducting research alongside her, he found it impossible to refuse.

Quinn applied for and received a summer research fellowship from the School of Arts & Sciences to fund his project, “Education in Rabelais’ ‘Gargantua and Pantagruel’”. He researched educational themes in Renaissance-era French literature, spending most of his summer on campus but taking a short trip to Paris before the fall semester began.

While Quinn primarily focused on Franois Rabelais’ “Gargantua and Pantagruel,” a series of five novels written in the 16th century, he also analyzed the works of Greek philosophers Aristotle and Plato as well as Rabelais’ contemporaries Montaigne, Marguerite de Navarre and Pico della Mirandola.

He examined how Rabelais used the failed educational experiences of his protagonists, Gargantua and Pantagruel, to contrast the backwards and overspecialized learning of the middle ages with the new, liberal arts education of the Renaissance. Through this, Quinn gained a better understanding of the evolving idea of education during the Renaissance.

“When we focus only on one specialty, we become blind to the diversity of life around us,” Quinn said. “When we study languages, natural sciences, business, governance, literature, art, religion and just about everything in between, as Rabelais suggests, we understand human experience in a crucial way. We become better people through our understandings of others.”

A double major in political science and French, Quinn says his research has lead him to believe the humanities and social sciences are more related than he initially thought. Literature and politics can be connected in terms of human experience; concepts from fictional literature can develop into real-world policies.

Quinn plans to study public affairs, communication or language studies at the graduate level in order to pursue a career in public policy, and hopes to one day work for an international organization.

He believes that his liberal arts education will help him achieve his goals, and says that his study of Rabelais’ teachings made him better appreciate a liberal course of study.

“After three years of study, only now do I fully realize that a liberal arts education is not here to endow us with skills that will make us ‘employable,’ but rather its main purpose is to allow us to mold ourselves into better people, which in turn makes us better employees and citizens.”

Friday, October 15, 2010

ISU Pre National Invitational (Pre Race Day)

A few photos from today...the day before the the Pre National Invitational to be hosted by Indiana State University...

WATCH the races FREE on Flotrack's LIVE VIDEO COVERAGE
HERE starting at 10:30AM...

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Our Welcome Sign...
After spending Thursday night at a Hampton Inn & Suites in Indianapolis, our team had a good breakfast before heading to Terre Haute to preview the course.
Ryan Lee's selection for breakfast...
Once we arrived at the LaVern Gibson Championships Cross Country Course our teams stretched...We only use Active-Isolated Stretches in our training.
About 120M off the start line looking down the course...The finish line is to the right in the photo.
The women's team reviews the course map before running...
The Fearsome Spider...
Our women's team finishing their preview of the course...
Our men walk to the start line...
The men run by the Flotrack camera crew (see them at 3:02 into the course preview VIDEO)
Passing the 6.5K point of the men's race course...
Jenn Ennis does a few strides...
Andrew Benford and Matt Llano...
Matt Llano
Chris York
Julie Rechel puts spikes into her racing shoes...
Levi Grandt
Getting their spikes ready...
Tim Quinn
Roxanne Henningson
Nicol Traynor
Amy Van Alstine
(L-R) Nicol Traynor, Erin Lunny, Jillian Prentice, Julie Rechel, Alli Mannon and Dana Guglielmo
(L-R) Lunny, Prentice, Mannon, Guglielmo
Post run...
(L-R) Our Men: Tim Quinn, Ryan Lee, Jon Wilson, Adam Owens, Chris York, Matt Llano, Levi Grandt, Andrew Benford, Jason Skipper
(L-R/F-B) Our Women: Julie Rechel, Alli Mannon, Erin Lunny, Roxanne Henningson, Dana Guglielmo, Amy Van Alstine. Jenn Ennis, Jillian Prentice, Nicol Traynor
SpiderMen and SpiderWomen
They jump...(L-R)...Ennis, Traynor, Rechel, Henningson, Prentice, Van Alstine, Mannon, Lunny, Guglielmo

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Richmond Cross Country Teams Finish Top-Ten At Paul Short Invitational

Spiders defeat national opponents in top-seeded gold race. 9 Inches Of Rain Made For Sloppy Conditions

Andrew Benford and Matt Llano leading the chase pack.

Men Finish 6th out of 42 Teams...

Women finish 7th out of 41 Teams...

Men Have 3 Finish Before Any NCAA Team...Benford (23:52-3rd), Llano (24:01-6th) and Quinn (24:31-24th)

Oct. 2, 2010

by KC Rismiller
Richmond SID


Amy Van Alstine led the Spider women.

BETHLEHEM, Pa. - The men's team placed sixth and the women's team finished seventh at the Paul Short Invitational on Friday morning. Senior Andrew Benford led the men and senior Amy Van Alstine led the women in the event's top-seeded races, hosted by Lehigh University.

The Spider men clinched sixth-place overall, defeating a number of NCAA top-ranking teams, one being 12th-ranked Iona College, in addition to beating out all Atlantic 10 men's competitors: La Salle (17th), Duquesne (19th), University of Massachusetts (30th), Saint Joseph's (31st) and Temple (34th). Richmond also overpowered regional competitors, including High Point (14th), Appalachian State (18th), and Liberty University (8th).

To watch a video of the men's 8K race, click here.

"Our men did well today. Interestingly enough, you could say we lost it in the 1st mile. We were just not together the way we wanted at the mile. It was a really close race. 10 seconds was the difference between us being 6th and battling for the team title. It was the first race of the season for our entire team, so we needed to knock some rust off our spikes.

Andrew Benford took third place overall with a time of 23:52 and a pace of 4:49. He finished only 18 seconds behind the race winner, 2010 NCAA 10,000m champion, Sam Chelanga, from Liberty University.

To watch an interview with Benford, click here.

"I'm proud of the way we competed," said Taylor. "These men certainly opened some eyes today. I was happy to see us have our top three in before any other team in the race. We had a 1:20 split for our 1-5. With a 1:00 split we are right there for the win."

Redshirt-senior Matt Llano came in second for the Spiders, sixth overall (24:01), followed by Tim Quinn, who finished 24th (24:31) and sophomore Levi Grandt in 89th (25:09). Sophomore Chris York came in 102nd (25:12), freshman Ryan Lee finished 157th (25:32), and Jason Skipper rounded out the Richmond top-seven in 188th (25:50).

"We take a lot of positive things away from this meet," said Taylor. "In 2 weeks we'll have to be ready for a fast race at Pre-Nationals... We had some tough men out there today."

The women also had an impressive showing at the Paul Short Invitational, finishing seventh out of 41 teams and surpassing all A-10 Conference competitors: La Salle (eighth), Saint Joseph's (23rd), Duquesne (31st), and the University of Massachusetts (32nd). In addition, Richmond beat all NCAA Southeast Region teams present at the event, including William and Mary (11th), Liberty (13th), Appalachian State (17th), and High Point (30th).

To watch a video of the women's 6K race, click here.

"We had a 45 second split two weeks ago and 1:44 today," said women's head coach Lori Taylor. "At this level we have to be under 50 seconds every race and our girls know it. Our 1-5 average (21:20 for the 6K) was better than 2 of the teams that beat us. Last year we were 21:48 average on a perfect dry day... We know what we must do."

Senior Amy Van Alstine was clocked at 20:28, placing eighth out of 367 female finishers.
"Amy Van Alstine ran an aggressive, competitive race today, said Lori Taylor. "She ran the type of race we needed to move into a top-30 ranked team."

Senior Nicol Traynor was the second Spider to finish, coming in 16th-place (20:56), followed by freshman Jill Prentice in 33rd (21:20). Senior Jenn Ennis placed 64th (21:44), sophomore Dana Guglielmo finished 101st (22:11), freshman Alli Mannon placed 115th (22:20), and freshman Roxanne Henningson came in 127th (22:25).

Overall, the University of Virginia won the men's race, followed by Georgetown in second and William and Mary in third.

Georgetown junior, Emily Infeld, won the women's Gold 6K race (20:04), helping her team to a first-place finish overall. Along with Infeld, two other Georgetown runners finished in the top-10, and all of the University's top-seven runners finished in the top-20. Second-place went to the University of Virginia, and James Madison University took third.

Up next for the Spiders is the NCAA Pre-Nationals in Terre Haute, Ind. on Oct. 16.

For more in-depth coverage on the race, visit Coach Taylor's
blog, or follow him on Twitter.

Men’s Results Link


1) University of Virginia----132---2, 18, 25, 43, 44, 51, 55----24:28---1:01
2) Georgetown --------------149---4, 13, 31, 33, 68, 103, 142--24:30---1:09

3) William & Mary---------170-----5, 12, 37, 52, 64, 114, 251--24:34---1:02
4) Dartmouth ----------------179---14, 28, 29, 50, 58, 69, 150--24:40---0:44
5) Guelph (CANADA)------206---9, 21, 22, 32, 122, 174,182--24:36---1:14
6) Richmond-----------------224---3, 6, 24, 89, 102, 157, 188--24:33---1:20
7) Columbia------------------227-----27, 34, 47, 59, 60, 65, 66---24:49---0:23
8) Liberty University--------308-----1, 11, 53, 85, 158, 163,226--24:39--1:59
9) Cornell--------------------321-----15, 40, 82, 91, 93, 94,143----24:53--0:55
10) Binghamton--------------335-----8, 48, 74, 87, 118, 196,211--24:54---1:14
11) Navy---------------------356-----7, 38, 76, 104, 131, 148,160--24:54--1:20
12) Lock Haven--------------413-----23, 54, 95, 108, 133, 154,224--25:02--0:55
13) Tennessee----------------436-----20, 61, 81, 127, 147, 165, 193--25:04--1:05
14) High Point University---461-----39, 46, 78, 145, 153,238,276--25:08--0:46
15) University Penn----------464-----26, 49, 88, 132, 169,204,214---25:08--1:04
16) New Mexico State-------485-----63, 83, 111, 112, 116, 117,144---25:11--0:17
17) La Salle University------486-----70, 73, 99, 120, 124, 141,166---25:12--0:18
18) Appalachian State--------510-----30, 72, 125, 137, 146,175,222---25:12--0:50
19) Duquesne University-----542-----57, 100, 106, 109,170,187,201--25:15--0:43
20) University of Maryland---559-----10, 17, 119, 190, 223,253,262---25:09--1:59
21) Allegheny-----------------615------42, 98, 149, 162,164,237,263---25:20--0:47
22) St. Lawrence University--619------56, 92, 101, 176, 194,212,255---25:23--1:00
23) Brown University---------640------67, 86, 115, 172,200,205,209---25:25--0:56
24) Haverford College--------655------80, 84, 159, 161,171,183,203-----25:24--0:34
25* Kent State-----------------677-------41, 128, 139, 177,192,210,256---25:26--1:06
25* Marist College-----------677-------77, 79, 138, 185, 198,213,227---25:28--0:52
27) University of Delaware---709------96, 97, 121, 179, 216,246,261----25:29--0:53
28) Stonehill College---------758------71, 105, 134, 215,233,266,274----25:34--1:07
29) Iona College--------------765------75, 126, 167, 178, 219, 243, X---25:34--0:59
30) University of Massach---800------90, 155, 180, 186,189,208,282---25:37--0:43
31) Saint Joseph's Univ------801-------36, 113, 184, 228,240,241,264---25:38--1:34
32) Lehigh University---------802-------45, 107, 173, 217,260,279,283---25:40--1:39
33) United States Military----846-------35, 191, 197, 202,221,239,245----25:43--1:24
34) Temple University---------886------62, 135, 140, 269,280,285,288----25:56--2:05
35) U M B C-------------------920------123, 152. 206, 207,232,250,258---25:48--0:49
36) Virginia Commonwealth---966------110, 156, 230,234,236,247,257----25:52--0:57
37) Suny Plattsburgh-----------1048-----19, 225, 254, 273, 277,281,X-----26:08--2:37
38) University of Rochester---1053-----168, 199, 220, 231,235,249,252---26:00--0:33
39) Stony Brook---------------1063-----130, 151, 244,267,271,284,287----26:07---1:26
40) Bucknell University------1071------181, 195, 218,229,248,265,272----26:03--0:38
41) Pittsburgh-----------------1078------129, 136, 268,270,275,289,291----26:14---1:32
42) Rider University---------1081-------16, 242, 259, 278, 286,290,X----26:16--3:09

Women’s Results Link


1) Georgetown--------------34-------1 4 6 11 12 14 17-------20:26------0:37
2) University of Virginia---98-------5 7 10 35 41 43 63----20:50------0:59
3) James Madison---------169------3 15 20 39 92 128 180--21:08----1:51
4) Cornell University-----198-----19 26 37 56 60 67 72----21:22----0:41
5) Columbia University---205----13 29 52 53 58 66 74-----21:21----0:50
6) Guelph (CANADA)----207-----9 44 47 50 57 73 83-----21:18----1:08
7) Richmond---------------222---8 16 33 64 101 115 127--21:20--1:44
8) La Salle University-----315-----42 51 55 70 97 111 130---21:41----0:46
9) New Hampshire--------352-----30 34 82 94 112 145 147--21:49---1:00
10) Colgate University----377-----2 24 69 133 149 223 240--21:40---2:30
11) William & Mary------381------23 77 86 90 105 138 175---21:52--1:07
12) Brown University-----389-----36 62 78 106 107 109 153--21:53--0:53
13) Liberty University-----411------18 27 45 150 171 206 215--21:50--1:52
14) Bucknell University---451-----48 59 89 121 134 173 213---22:01--1:03
15) University Penn-------493-----21 76 114 139 143 188 202--22:05--1:36
16) Dartmouth College----497-----68 71 93 124 141 182 204---22:09--0:49
17) Appalachian State-----501-----25 96 99 102 179 181 193---22:07--1:45
18) Univ of Maryland-----504-----54 65 87 122 176 196 230--22:08--1:20
19) New Mexico State-----505-----28 40 88 162 187 226 227--22:06--1:43
20* Iona College-----------596-----49 61 118 120 248, X, X-----22:20---2:19
20* Univ of Vermont------596-----31 80 125 161 199 201 232---22:19--1:51
22) Towson University----597-----84 108 113 144 148 247 261--22:22--0:38
23) Saint Josephs Univ----628-----75 104 123 135 191 218 234---22:25---1:11
24) Lehigh University-----652-----38 110 160 166 178 211 214---22:26---1:33
25) Quinnipiac Univ-------668-----46 119 126 172 205 208 224---22:27--1:46
26) Kent State--------------680----103 131 137 154 155 168 207---22:32--0:32
27) St. Lawrence Univ-----700-----22 91 152 200 235 249 253----22:31---2:26
28) United States Military-719-----116 129 140 164 170 186 192---22:36--0:29
29) Binghamton-------------749-----85 95 177 194 198 210 222-----22:39---1:09
30) High Point Univ--------792-----81 117 165 185 244 250 258----22:46---1:49
31) Duquesne University---804-----132 136 156 183 197 212 216---22:46---0:39
32) Univ of Massach-------814------79 151 167 189 228 239 243----22:47---1:34
33) Marist College---------857-----100 169 184 195 209 225 242---22:52---1:03
34) South Florida-----------993-----98 159 231 238 267 269 275----23:21---2:27
35) U M B C---------------1003-----32 174 251 270 276 278 279----23:38---3:57
36) Queen's University---1045----157 163 221 241 263 272--------23:25----1:35
37) VCU-------------------1109----146 217 236 254 256 265 274---23:34---1:30
38) Tennessee-------------1127-----142 220 245 252 268 271-------23:41----2:05
39) Villanova-------------1143-----203 219 229 233 259-----------23:34----1:03
40) Univ of Delaware----1190-----190 237 246 257 260 266 273--23:46---1:13
41) Mount St. Mary's-----1216-----158 255 262 264 277 280-------24:10---2:35