2019 AMCC Women's Cross Coutry News

  • Cara Rodgers, La Roche University, Women's Cross Country
    October 14, 2019
    Rodgers was the Redhawks' top finisher at CMU running a season best 24:36.19, finishing 113th overall out of 133 individual competitors. Today's time is nearly a minute and 20 seconds faster than her last race at Mercyhurst on October 5th. In her first three races this year, Rodgers did not run below 30 minutes in a 6k.
  • Rachel Luczak, D'Youville College, Women's Cross Country
    October 07, 2019
    Luczak had an outstanding weekend for the Spartans, helping lead the team to a first place finish at the Meghan Memorial. Luczak finished first overall, crossing the finish line over a minute better than the next runner. In addition to her first place finish, the Spartans as a whole finished first overall with a team score of 28 - 15 points better than the second place team. In the last four races, Luczak has been the top runner for the women and has been one of the top runners for the women throughout her career as a Spartan.
    September 30, 2019
    Bryant took 58th against DIII teams and 139th overall at the Cedarville University All-Ohio Meet, leading the team to a 12th place DIII finish with a 25:29.0 finish.
  • Riley Crissman, Penn State Behrend, Women's Cross Country
    September 23, 2019
    Crissman finished seventh overall out of 221 runners at the Roberts Wesleyan Invitational. Crissman ran a time of 19:01.9 and led the team to a ninth place overall finish out of 19 teams.
  • Jenna Shelton, Penn State Behrend, Women's Cross Country
    September 16, 2019
    Shelton led the Lions to win the Behrend Twilight Invite. Shelton took home first place out of 119 runners with a time of 23:15.0. Behrend finished the meet with a team score of 51 to take home first place.
  • Alison Bryant, Franciscan University, Women's Cross Country
    September 09, 2019
    Bryant led the Lady Barons once again as she finished 27th overall out of 202 runners at Bethany College, crossing the 6K finish line in 24:57.3.
  • Jenna Shelton, Penn State Behrend, Women's Cross Country
    September 03, 2019
    Shelton finished second out of 127 runners at the Westminster invite, finishing the 6K race in 23:49.41
    August 01, 2019
    The University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Department of Athletics has selected a familiar face to lead its cross country programs in Kelsey Oddis.