2008 Cross Country News and Stories
2008 Cross Country News
Cross Country - Belles Finish 17th at NCAA Regionals (November 15)
OTTERBEIN, Ohio -- The Saint Mary's College cross country team concluded their season with a 17th place finish at the NCAA Division III Regionals hosted by Otterbein College.
THREE RIVERS, Mich. -- The Saint Mary's College cross country team finished in fourth at the MIAA Championships on Saturday with a score of 115.
Cross Country - Belles Finish Third at Manchester Invite (October 18)
NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind. -- With several strong performances on the day, Megan McClowry finished 12th to lead the Saint Mary's cross country team to a third place finish at the Manchester Invitational on Saturday.
Cross Country - Belles Finish Fifth at Adrian Invite (October 3)
ADRIAN, Mich. -- In a short course/long course combined scoring event hosted by Adrian College, the Saint Mary's College cross country team claimed a fifth place overall finish on Friday afternoon.
Cross Country - Belles Finish Fifth at MIAA Jamboree (September 26)
NOTRE DAME, Ind. -- The Belles' five scoring runners all finished within 20 seconds of each other as Saint Mary's finished fifth at the MIAA Cross Country Jamboree hosted by the Belles.
Cross Country - Belles Finish Ninth at Calvin Invitational (September 20)
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - The Belles finished ninth in a field which included seven regionally and nationally ranked teams. Megan McClowry continued her strong junior campaign by being the top finishing harrier for the Belles.
Cross Country - Belles Finish Fourth at Bradley Open (September 12)
PEORIA, Ill. -- Megan McClowry finished 12th in a field of 111 runners in the collegiate division with a time of 20:37 to pace the Belles to a fourth place finish at the Bradley University Open on Friday night.
Cross Country - Belles Finish Fourth at Hokum Karem (September 6)
CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. - The duo of Megan McClowry and Arianne Rodriguez finished in 23:45 to lead the Belles to a fourth place finish at the Hokum Karem Race at Wabash College.