NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass.--The Connecticut College women's cross country team placed three of its runner among the top 16 to finish third in the 38 team field at the UMass-Dartmouth 5k Invitational Saturday.
East Stroudburg State University scored 93 points to win the invitational. SUNY-New Paltz placed second with 113 points with the Camels turning in a strong third place showing with 143 points.
Holy Cross (166) and Brandeis (180) rounded out the top five at Saturday's race.
Sophomore Ashley Curran (Franklin, Mass.) paced the Camels with her second place finish in the field of 272 harriers, posting a time of 17:52. Alex Fromme (Carlsbad, Calif.) registered a time of 18:33 en route to a 12th place showing. Emily Winter (Easton, Conn.) was 16th overall with a time of 18:39.
Nicole Adam (Cheshire, Conn.) posted a time of 19:20 to finish in 39th place. Haley Sykes (Foxboro, Mass.) was next in 74th place with a time of 19:50. Anna Laurence (Newton, Mass.) completed the race in 20:05 to finish in 89th place.
Kelsey McGinnis (Somerset, Mass.) was the seventh Camel scorer in 106th place with a time of 20:24.
In the sub-varsity race, Connecticut College topped the 16 team field by placing three of its runners among the top five.
Casey Sullivan (Beijing, China) posted a time of 19:20 to finish second while Grace Sheeran (Medina, Wash.) took third place with a time of 19:30 for Connecticut College.
Leah Sabatino (Providence, R.I.) was fifth overall with a time of 20 minutes flat. Sabina Flandrick (Boulder, Colo.) was next in 14th place with a time of 20:19. Katie DuBois (Scarborough, Maine) posted a time of 20:27 to finish in 18th place.
Anna Guay (Watertown, Conn.) logged a time of 20:31 en route to her 21st place showing.
Anna Curtis-Heald (Cumberland Foreside, Maine) was the seventh Camel scorer to complete the course in 30th place with a time of 20:45