BETHLEHEM, Pa.--The Connecticut College women's cross country team placed 20th out of 40 teams in the Paul Short Invitational hosted by Lehigh University Saturday.
Ranked #7 in New England, the Camels competed in the Brown Race, taking on regionally ranked teams from Division III as well as numerous Division I and II schools.
Ashley Curran (Franklin, Mass.) paced the Camels on the 6k course, posting a time of 22:47 to finish in 52nd place. Junior Emily Winter (Easton, Conn.) finished in 69th place with a time of 22:55 for the Camels. Alex Fromme (Carlsbad, Calif.) posted a time of 23:09 en route to her 93rd place showing.
Nicole Adam (Cheshire, Conn.) completed the course in 23:42 to finish in 155th place as the fourth Camel scorer. Casey Sulivan (Beijing, China) was next in 222nd place with a time of 24:14. Senior Heather Rochford (Red Bank, N.J.) checked in with a time of 24:42 in 263rd place for the Camels.
Junior Leah Sabatino (Providence, R.I.) and Kelsey McGinnis (Somerset, Mass.) finished in 272nd and 274th place for Connecticut College with respective times of 24:47 and 24:48. Grace Sheeran (Medina, Wash.) posted a time of 24:54 to finish in 283rd place.
Connecticut College Head Women's Cross Country Coach Ned Bishop was also pleased with the efforts of sophomore Anna Guay (Watertown, Conn.), who posted a time of 24:53 to finish in 200th place in the open race.