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Result: 6th of 52 teams

Women's Cross Country at UW-Oshkosh Pre-National Invitational

Saturday, October 13th, 2018 – 9:40 a.m. at Winneconne, Wis. - Lake Breeze Golf Club

Knights take sixth at loaded Pre-National meet

Emma Greenlee
Emma Greenlee
Photo: Geoffrey Mo '19


WINNECONNE, Wis. – The Carleton College women’s cross country team took sixth place out of 52 teams at the UW-Oshkosh Kollege Town Sports Pre-National meet. The loaded field for this race included 17 nationally-ranked squads.

No. 2-ranked Washington University-St. Louis won the team competition with a score of 70, followed by No. 4 MIT (108 points), No. 18 Brandeis (213 points), No. 12 Wheaton (236), No. 5 UW-Eau Claire (256), and No. 6 Carleton (258).

No. 26 Chicago (273), No. 9 Hope (277), No. 13 Pomona-Pitzer (285), and No. 28 Emory (296) rounded out the top 10. The field also included No. 15 Calvin, No. 20 Wartburg, No. 21 Otterbein, No. 23 North Central (Ill.), No. 24 Bates, No. 25 St. Olaf, and No. 32 St. Thomas (Minn.).

Each team was limited to seven runners, similar to regional and national championships. Claire Lamb of Otterbein was the top individual in the field of 349 racers. Her winning time was 21:23.1.

Emma Greenlee (So./Aurora, Minn./Mesabi East) was Carleton’s top finisher, placing 21st with a time of 22:34.1. Amanda Mosborg (So./Edina, Minn./Edina) was next across the line at 22:52.0, good for 33rd place.

Helen Schuda (Jr./Seattle, Wash./Roosevelt) and Sarah Nazarino (Sr./Seattle, Wash./Garfield) clocked times of 23:22.4 and 23:25.0, respectively, as they finished 63rd and 67th. Sam Schnirring (Sr./Eden Prairie, Minn./Eden Prairie) rounded out the scoring for the Knights, taking 74th with a time of 23:32.0.

Marietta Geist (Jr./Crookston, Minn./Crookston) finished in 23:52.2, and Sarah Allaben (So./Gates Mills, Ohio./Hawken) posted a time of 24:31.6 as they finished 107th and 175th, respectively.

Carleton will next race on Oct. 27 at the 2018 MIAC Championships held at nearby St. Olaf College. Last year, the Knights broke the conference scoring record with 21 points en route to their fourth title in the last five years.