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Cross Country. Women’s Cross Country Finishes Fourth At Patriot League Championship

Nov. 1, 2014

Complete Results

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Junior Kelley Robinson (Nederlands, Colo.) fourth-place finish overall led the Navy women’s cross country team to a fourth-place finish at the 2014 Patriot League Championship on Saturday at Lehigh’s Goodman Cross Country Course.

“We were disappointed with our finish despite strong performances by our top two runners,” Navy head coach Karen Boyle said. “Our start at the beginning of the race was a bit conservative and the rest of the pack was further back than normal, which hurt is overall.”

Robinson led Navy with a fourth-place finish, crossing the tape at 21:05.00. Senior Lindsay Rheiner (Wycombe, Pa.), in her first career league championship, finished right behind teammate Robinson in fifth with a time of 21:11.20. Robinson and Rheiner both earned First Team All-Patriot League honors with top-seven finishes.

Sophomore Brenna McDannold (Overland Park, Kan.) and juniors Meghan Harvey (Nottingham, Pa.) and Morgan O’Connor (Sammamish, Wash.) rounded out Navy’s five scoring runners with 18th, 21st and 22nd finishes, respectively.

Boston University’s Rosa Moriello led the field of 107 runners with a time of 20:18.10 for the Runner of the Meet honors. Holy Cross’ freshman Hannah Jeter earned Rookie of the Meet laurels with a seventh-place finish (21:18.40).

Boston won its second league title despite tying Bucknell with 52 points. The Terriers took the tiebreaker, however, to claim their second conference crown in as many seasons. The Terriers’ first three runners placed better than Bucknell’s top three finishers, securing the victory for BU.  

The same situation came down between Army and Navy, as both teams tied for third with 70 points each. Army however broke the tie with its third, fourth and fifth scoring runners placing better than Navy’s.

Navy will look forward to the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regionals on Friday, Nov. 14. The meet is held in University Park, Pennsylvania, hosted by Penn State, at 12 p.m.


Women – 1st team All-League

1 #37 Moriello, Rosa SR Boston U. 5:26.8 20:18.10 1

2 #103 Weiler, Elizabeth JR Lehigh 5:30.0 20:30.10 2

3 #288 Jessee, Katie SR Bucknell 5:37.8 20:59.30 3

4 #131 Robinson, Kelley JR Navy 5:39.3 21:05.00 4

5 #130 Rheiner, Lindsay SR Navy 5:41.0 21:11.20 5

6 #289 Saccoach, Sarah SO Boston U. 5:42.1 21:15.30 6

7 #77 Jeter, Hannah FR Holy Cross 5:42.9 21:18.40 7


Women – 2nd team All-League

 8 #51 DiPietrantonio, Mon SR Bucknell 5:43.2 21:19.20 8

9 #42 Stableford, Shelby JR Boston U. 5:43.7 21:21.20 9

10 #24 King, Rachel SR Army 5:44.2 21:23.20 10

11 #19 Gabow, Lindsay JR Army 5:44.8 21:25.30 11

12 #57 Scott, Catherine SO Bucknell 5:45.1 21:26.40 12

13 #16 Comfort, Jennifer SR Army 5:45.2 21:27.00 13

14 #49 Chandler, Sarah SO Bucknell 5:45.4 21:27.40 14


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