Women’s cross country third in Berea Invitational
A third place showing among 13 teams in the Berea Invitational was a highlight of the women’s cross country season, while the men turned in a 30th place finish among 33 teams at the Greater Louisville Classic in the only meet of the season where they posted a team score. Both teams are guided by head coach Jason Moncer.
Sophomore Betsy Heines led the way for the women in the Berea meet, hosted by Berea College, with a time of 21 minutes, 24 seconds over the 5,000-meter course, good for a fourth place individual finish. First-year runner Barbara MacNeill was also in the top 10 with a time of 21:35 for sixth place. Sophomore April Myers was 11th in 22:22, and first-year runner Ria Keegan was 15th in 22:45.
First-year runner Daniel Rouse was Transy’s top runner in the Louisville meet with a time of 29:46 over the 8,000-meter course, followed by sophomore Daniel Chartier at 30:12, first-year runner Johnny Bush in 31:18, and senior Rod Erfani with a 35:16.
Transy’s women were seventh in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference meet, led by a 21st place finish by Heines. Chartier’s 59th place finish topped the men.