Release and photo courtesy of the USCAA
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -- SUNY-ESF took three of the top four spots and eight in the top 14 as they ran away with the 2018 USCAA Women's Cross Country National Championship on Friday morning amassing 25 points. St. Mary of the Woods was second with 62 and SUNY Delhi took third with 75.
Marissa Lathrop was the overall champion covering the 6k course at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex and Princess Anne Athletic Complex in 23:59, while Kayla Coryea of St. Mary of the Woods was second in 24:05.
Lathrop's teammates took third and fourth as Julie Romano ran 24:05 for third and Cassidy Engelson was fourth in 24:26. Anna Wilgenbusch of the University of Dallas rounded out the top five in 24:32. St. Mary of the Woods took sixth and seventh as Emily Truax was sixth in 24:#3 and Kendyll Schulz was seventh in 24:35.
Those seven all earned first-team USCAA All-American honors.
Finishing in eighth through 14th to earn second-team USCAA All-American honors included:
8. Erin Cocca (SUNY ESF) 24:38
9. Alexi Deiseroth (SUNY ESF) 24:58
10. Cori Conlon (SUNY ESF) 25:01
11. Katerina Salcedo (SUNY Delhi) 25:16
12. Arielle Moheimani (SUNY Delhi) 25:26
13. Erin Cuddihy (SUNY ESF)25:28
14. Audrey Fatone (SUNY ESF) 25:32
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SUNY ESF Men Take Runner-Up at 2018 USCAA National Championship
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -- SUNY Delhi took the top four spots and five of the top nine as they cruised to the 2018 USCAA Men's Cross Country National Championship on Friday morning.
The Broncos amassed 19 points to easily outdistance SUNY-ESF who came in second with 69 and St. Mary of the Woods who took third with 116.
Kobie Lane took the individual championship for SUNY Delhi covering the 8k course at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex and neighboring Princess Anne Athletic Complex in 25:47. Abshir Yerow was next (26:12), while Nicholas Arnecke was third for the Broncos (26:36) and Lucas Riley was fourth (26:42).
Brennan Guido was the top finisher from St. Mary of the Woods coming in fifth in 26:47, while SUNY ESF had its top finisher in sixth as Ethan Aplegren ran 27:18. Rounding out the top seven was Theodor Schell of Bluefield State in 27:31. Those seven were first-team USCAA All-Americans.
Earning second-team USCAA All-American honors for coming in eighth through 14th were:
8. Julian Rohn-Cappelaro (Warren Wilson) 27:37
9. Ted Oster (SUNY Delhi) 27:49
10. Patrick James (Williamson College of the Trades) 27:54
11. Kevin Malen (SUNY Delhi) 27:54
12. Clifford Andersen Navajo Tech) 28:00
13. James Boyd (SUNY ESF) 28:00
14. Mark McClenahan (SUNY ESF) 28:01