NCAA Women’s XC Regionals

Rice soph Grace Forbes had a big margin of victory in the South Central race. (SHAWN PRICE)

9 sites, November 12—All races were contested at 6K (3.73M).

The top 2 teams (and their members) in each Region qualify for the NCAA Championships at Florida State (Tallahassee) on Saturday, November 20. In addition, 13 at-large teams will be added based on formula. First-4 individual finishers in each Region not on an advancing team will also qualify (at-large qualifiers, team or individual are denoted with ¶).

In results: *** = frosh; ** = soph; * = junior; all others are seniors. ‘ = not eligible for U.S. international teams.


Mountain: New Mexico & Taryn O’Neill (Northern Arizona)

Provo, Utah — A predicted ferocious contest among the Nos. 2 (New Mexico), 3 (Colorado) & 4 (BYU) teams did not disappoint. The Buffs looked to have an advantage about two-thirds of the way through the race over national defender BYU and ’19 NCAA champion New Mexico.

Nevada frosh Tierney Wolfgram led the pack with favored Taryn O’Neill of Northern Arizona on her heels and about 3 seconds back to Colorado’s Emily Covert and Abby Nichols.

As Wolfgram and O’Neill pressed their advantage to about 8 seconds nearing 5K, BYU’s Aubrey Frentheway held 3rd. New Mexico, though, was turning the table led by Abbe Goldstein and Gracelyn Larkin in 8th and 10th at the split point.

After O’Neill kicked away from Wolfgram to win 20:17.9–20:20.4 with Nichols 3rd, the three contender squads poured 10 runners into the top 20. Joe Franklin’s Lobos got the win with 62 points from Colorado (83) and BYU (107) on its home course.

Team Scores
1. New Mexico 62; 2. Colorado 83; 3. ¶BYU 107; 4. ¶Colorado State 116; 5. ¶Utah 146; 6. ¶Northern Arizona 168; 7. ¶Utah State 199; 8. Weber State 212; 9. Utah Valley 217; 10. Air Force 260.

Top Individuals
1. *Taryn O’Neill (NnAz) 20:17.9; 2. ¶***Tierney Wolfgram (Nv) 20:20.4; 3. Abby Nichols (Co) 20:22.5; 4. **Gracelyn Larkin’ (NM-Can) 20:22.6; 5. ¶Alison Pray (SnUt) 20:24.4; 6. Anna Camp (BYU) 20:26.5; 7. *Aubrey Frentheway (BYU) 20:26.6; 8. ¶Summer Allen (Web) 20:27.0; 9. *Abbe Goldstein (NM) 20:28.2; 10. ***Emily Covert (Co) 20:29.4; 11. ***Emma Heckel (NM) 20:40.0; 12. ¶Billie Hatch (Web) 20:40.1; 13. *Everlyn Kemboi (UtV) 20:40.5; 14. India Johnson (Co) 20:41.9; 15. Bella Williams (Ut) 20:42.1; 16. *Lily Tomasula-Martin (CoSt) 20:49.3; 17. ***Aliandrea Upshaw (NM) 20:49.8; 18. **Camila Noe (MtSt) 20:50.2; 19. Lauren Offerman (CoSt) 20:50.3; 20. Sara Musselman (BYU) 20:50.4; 21. ***Amelia Mazza-Downie’ (NM-Aus) 20:50.6; 22. ***Annabel Stafford (CoSt) 20:50.8; 23. *Cara Woolnough (Ut) 20:51.6; 24. **Anna Martin (BYU) 20:53.1; 25. ***Andrea Modin Engesæth’ (NM-Nor) 20:54.3.


West: Stanford & Julia Heymach (Stanford)

Sacramento, California — Just 25th at Conference, Stanford senior Julia Heymach forged into the lead around halfway at the West Regional and clung to it as she spearheaded a 54–86 Cardinal win from Pac-12 nemesis Washington. Oregon was very close in 3rd at 92.

Heymach, whose winning time was 20:01.1, led by more than 25m near 3M, a margin USF’s Ruby Smee (20:01.6) cut to less than a meter at the end.

It was the first Regional victory since ’16 for Stanford, which came into the meet nationally-rated 26th behind the two squads it bested here. Before the meet the Huskies and Ducks were slotted at Nos. 21 and 20.

Individually, Smee, Gonzaga’s Kristen Garcia, Oregon’s Allesia Zarbo and Portland State’s Katie Camarena took places 2–5 in front of contenders with more formidable track résumés.

Team Scores
1. Stanford 42; 2. Washington 84; 3. ¶Oregon 100; 4. Gonzaga 148; 5. Portland 161; 6. USF 202; 7. Oregon State 206; 8. Boise State 214; 9. UC Davis 259; 10. Cal State Fullerton 281.

Top Individuals
1. Julia Heymach (Stan) 20:01.1; 2. ¶**Ruby Smee’ (USF-Aus) 20:01.6; 3. ¶*Kristen Garcia (Gonz) 20:03.2; 4. ***Alessia Zarbo’ (Or-Fra) 20:04.0; 5. ¶Katie Camarena (PortSt) 20:06.6; 6. Aneta Konieczek’ (Or-Pol) 20:08.8; 7. ***Zofia Dudek’ (Stan-Pol) 20:10.4; 8. ***Lucy Jenks (Stan) 20:10.7; 9. Christina Aragon (Stan) 20:11.5; 10. Allie Schadler (Wa) 20:12.2; 11. *Haley Herberg (Wa) 20:15.5; 12. ¶**Kaylee Mitchell (OrSt) 20:15.8; 13. Anna Pataki’ (Port-Hun) 20:16.1; 14. **Grace Fetherstonhaugh’ (OrSt-Can) 20:17.6; 15. Trinity Ruelas (CSF) 20:18.8; 16. ***Laura Pellicoro (Port) 20:19.8; 17. ***Audrey Suarez (Stan) 20:24.9; 18. ***Neema Kimtai’ (WaSt-Ken) 20:25.5; 19. Veerle Bakker’ (Port-Neth) 20:26.9; 20. **Madison Heisterman (Wa) 20:27.1; 21. Sophie Cantine (Wa) 20:28.2; 22. ***Naomi Smith (Wa) 20:28.9; 23. *Emilie Girard (Or) 20:32.2; 24. *Eve Jensen (USF) 20:33.3; 25. **Rayna Stanziano (StM) 20:33.8.


Great Lakes: Notre Dame & Maddy Denner (Notre Dame)

Evansville, Indiana — If you’re the nation’s No. 25 team and you’re hoping to upset Nos. 12 & 13, it really helps to have your runners finish 1–2. That’s how the Great Lakes women’s race went down under cloudy skies at the Angel Mounds XC Course.

The Notre Dame women, coached by Matt Sparks, went at it aggressively from the start, with soph Maddy Denner — only 9th at the ACC — leading the entire way to a 19:55.8 finish. Teammate Olivia Markezich stayed close but slipped to 5th at the 5K mark before storming back to 2nd in 19:57.7.

Third went to Ohio State frosh Addie Engel (19:59.6) and the next two spots to Michigan State’s Jenna Magness (19:59.7) and Lynsie Gram (20:07.4).

The Fighting Irish added runners 10-13-30 to total 56, as No. 13 Wisconsin scored 69 to grab the second auto qualifying spot. No. 12 Michigan finished just ahead of No. 16 Michigan State for 3rd, 81–87.

Team Scores
1. Notre Dame 56; 2. Wisconsin 69; 3. ¶Michigan 81; 4. ¶Michigan State 87; 5. ¶Butler 119; 6. Ohio State 181; 7. Toledo 190; 8. Indiana 222; 9. Purdue 226; 10. Miami/Ohio 349.

Top Individuals
1. **Maddy Denner (NDm) 19:55.8; 2. **Olivia Markezich (NDm) 19:57.7; 3. ¶***Addie Engel (OhSt) 19:59.6; 4. Jenna Magness (MiSt) 19:59.7; 5. Lynsie Gram (MiSt) 20:07.4; 6. ***Katelynne Hart (Mi) 20:09.2; 7. Alissa Niggemann (Wi) 20:10.2; 8. *Ericka VanderLende (Mi) 20:10.3; 9. Angelina Ellis (But) 20:11.8; 10. ***Erin Strzelecki (NDm) 20:12.1; 11. **Kayla Windemuller (Mi) 20:12.3; 12. **Samantha Stieve (Wi) 20:13.9; 13. Lauren Bailey (NDm) 20:14.2; 14. ¶Ellie Leather’ (Cinc-GB) 20:14.4; 15. Stella Gillman (Wi) 20:16.3; 16. *Mia Beckham (But) 20:18.3; 17. *Lucinda Crouch’ (Wi-Aus) 20:19.6; 18. **Victoria Heiligenthal (Wi) 20:20.9; 19. Kami Hankins (But) 20:21.3; 20. **Makayla Perez (MiSt) 20:21.8; 21. ¶***Joy Chirchir’ (Tol-Ken) 20:22.5; 22. Danielle Orie (Wi) 20:25.9; 23. **Samantha Tran (Mi) 20:28.6; 24. ***Kaitlyn Hynes (MiSt) 20:29.4; 25. ¶*Emma Tate (Pur) 20:29.8.


Midwest: Minnesota & Cailie Logue (Iowa State)

Iowa City, Iowa — Sheer patience was the key as Big 12 runner-up Cailie Logue triumphed at Iowa’s Ashton Golf Course. The Iowa State senior stayed well away from the early lead as Bradley’s Ashley McGuire did much of the early front-running on a cold, windy day.

By 4K, Minnesota’s Bethany and Megan Hasz took over at the front of the very crowded pack (23 runners in a 2-second grouping). At 5K — still a tight pack — Megan Hasz led in 17:35.6 with Oklahoma State’s Taylor Roe on her shoulder. Logue ran in 5th, a step behind.

Up the final hill, no one had more zip than Logue, who ran her final kilo in 3:09.4 to win in 20:45.1 over Roe (20:46.3) and Northwestern’s Rachel McCardell (20:49.6). The Minnesota trio came across next: Bethany Hasz (20:49.8), Abby Kohut-Jackson (20:49.8) & Megan Hasz (20:50.0).

The teams fell out according to the formchart, with No. 5-ranked Minnesota and its 23-second spread earning 45 points to Oklahoma State’s 75, with Iowa State 3rd at 81.

Team Scores
1. Minnesota 45; 2. Oklahoma State 75; 3. ¶Iowa State 81; 4. Northwestern 169; 5. Illinois 192; 6. Kansas State 243; 7. Tulsa 263; 8. Missouri 275; 9. Nebraska 303; 10. Bradley 341.

Top Individuals
1. Cailie Logue (IaSt) 20:45.1; 2. *Taylor Roe (OkSt) 20:46.3; 3. ¶*Rachel McCardell (NWn) 20:49.6; 4. Bethany Hasz (Mn) 20:49.8; 5. Abby Kohut-Jackson (Mn) 20:49.8; 6. Megan Hasz (Mn) 20:50.0; 7. Molly Born (OkSt) 20:52.2; 8. *Gabby Hentemann (OkSt) 20:53.8; 9. Ashley Tutt (IaSt) 20:55.6; 10.¶ Erika Freyhof (Nb) 20:56.1; 11. ¶*Anneka Murrin (Loyola (Il) 20:56.7; 12. *Anastasia Korzenowski’ (Mn-Pol) 20:58.6; 13. ¶**Lona Latema (Ks) 21:04.2; 14. **Dana Feyen (IaSt) 21:04.9; 15. Lotte van der Pol (NWn) 21:08.2; 16. ***Nicola Jansen (Brad) 21:10.1; 17. Yazmine Wright (Wich) 21:11.1; 18. *Jaycie Thomsen (Mn) 21:13.5; 19. **Jaybe Shufelberger (KsSt) 21:13.9; 20. Lindsey Carlson (EnIl) 21:14.3; 21. **Leah Hansen (SDSt) 21:15.7; 22. *Katharina Pesendorfer’ (Tuls-Aut) 21:17.1; 23. Sarah Chapman’ (Mo-GB) 21:17.2; 24. **Olivia Howell (Il) 21:17.8; 25. **Madelynn Hill (IaSt) 21:19.0.


South Central: Arkansas & Grace Forbes (Rice)

Waco, Texas — Putting together a solid race, Grace Forbes finished ahead of the Arkansas juggernaut at Baylor’s Cottonwood Creek Golf Course. The Rice soph, the Conference USA champ, led much of the way, passing 5K (16:49.6) with an 11-second lead over Arkansas’s pair of Isabel Van Camp and Lauren Gregory. She extended that over the final loop, hitting the finish in 19:59.3 to the 20:15.4s clocked by the Razorback duo.

Irene Rono of Abilene Christian took 4th in 20:51.2, with Arkansas’s Jolly Logan (20:54.9) edging LSU’s Katy-Ann McDonald (20:55.0) for 5th.

The team race, as expected, was all about the Hogs, as Lance Harter guided the team to a 2-3-5-8-9 finish for a tenth-straight regional title with an eye-opening 27 points. Rice, ranked No. 4 coming in, surprised by taking 2nd at 96, 5 ahead of Texas. It was the Owls’ first auto qualifier to nationals in more than a decade.

Said Razorback leader Van Camp, “We did a really good job of working as a unit and it was a team effort. It was awesome to get out there and secure a qualifying spot for Nationals.”

Team Scores
1. Arkansas 27; 2. Rice 96; 3. Texas 101; 4. LSU 116; 5. Abilene Christian 135; 6. Texas A&M 182; 7. Arkansas State 202; 8. SMU 232; 9. New Orleans 244; 10. Texas A&M–Corpus Christi 298.

Top Individuals
1. **Grace Forbes (Rice) 19:59.3; 2. **Isabel Van Camp (Ar) 20:15.4; 3. *Lauren Gregory (Ar) 20:15.4; 4. ¶**Irene Rono’ (ACU-Ken) 20:51.2; 5. Logan Jolly (Ar) 20:54.9; 6. ¶*Katy-Ann McDonald’ (LSU-GB) 20:55.0; 7. ¶*Beth Ramos (Tx) 20:58.0; 8. *Gracie Hyde (Ar) 21:05.5; 9. **Meghan Underwood (Ar) 21:06.9; 10. ¶**Prudence Kiyeng’ (ACU-Ken) 21:09.0; 11. ¶Arina Kleshchukova’ (NO-Kgz) 21:11.3; 12. Therese Olshanski (Tul) 21:11.9; 13. **Caitlin Wosika (Rice) 21:12.2; 14. *Julia Black (TxAM) 21:13.4; 15. ***Ariana Jimenez (NO) 21:14.0; 16. ***Lorena Rangel Batres’ (LSU-Mex) 21:16.1; 17. ***Kaitlyn Gearin (SMU) 21:19.6; 18. *Isabel Hebner (Tx) 21:21.5; 19. Pauline Meyer’ (ArSt-Ger) 21:23.4; 20. Lourdes Vivas de Lorenzi (Rice) 21:25.2; 21. **Taigen Hunter-Galvan (Rice) 21:25.5; 22. **Alexandra Weir (NO) 21:28.3; 23. *Abbey Santoro (TxAM) 21:33.0; 24. *Julia Paternain’ (Ar-GB) 21:34.9; 25. ***Eva Jess (Tx) 21:38.0.


Northeast: Harvard & Amanda Vestri (Syracuse)

Boston, Massachusetts — Syracuse senior Amanda Vestri dominated the Northeast Regional at Boston’s historic Franklin Park, her 20:04.5 winning by 150m over Yale’s Heptagonal champ Kayley Delay (20:28.0). Vestri, only 71st at the nationals last March and 3rd at the recent ACC champs, moved away from the pack early, leading by 5 seconds at halfway.

A tight battle for 3rd saw Binghampton’s America East titlist Emily Mackay outsprint the pack in 20:35.8, followed by Maria Coffin of Providence (20:39.1) and Isabell Sagar (20:40.6) of Harvard.

Jason Saretksky’s Harvard squad came in the surprise team winner after picking off the Heptagonals crown a couple of weeks earlier. Picked by the coaches to finish only 4th, the Crimson toppled favored Syracuse 71–81, putting 5 in the top 20.

Team Scores
1. Harvard 71; 2. Syracuse 81; 3. ¶Providence 108; 4. Connecticut 143; 5. Yale 160; 6. Iona 213; 7. UMass–Lowell 222; 8. Boston College 230; 9. Columbia 233; 10. Cornell 300.

Top Individuals
1. Amanda Vestri (Syr) 20:04.5; 2. ¶Kayley DeLay (Yale) 20:28.0; 3. ¶Emily Mackay (Bing) 20:35.8; 4. Maria Coffin (Prov) 20:39.1; 5. **Isabell Sagar (Harv) 20:40.6; 6. ¶***Phoebe Anderson (Col) 20:41.2; 7. ***Laura Mooney (Prov) 20:43.7; 8. ¶Sophie Murphy’ (Iona-Ire) 20:56.8; 9. ***Maia Ramsden (Harv) 20:58.0; 10. ***Shannon Flockhart (Prov) 20:59.4; 11. ***Fiona McLoughlin (SBr) 20:59.7; 12. Annie Boos (Syr) 21:04.8; 13. *Melissa Zammitti (Ct) 21:04.9; 14. ***Chloe Thomas (Ct) 21:05.6; 15. Mia Nahom (Ct) 21:05.8; 16. *Anna Oeser (BC) 21:06.3; 17. *Abigail Spiers (Syr) 21:07.6; 18. **Eloise Freitag (Harv) 21:09.1; 19. Judy Pendergast (Harv) 21:09.3; 20. Anna Juul’ (Harv-Den) 21:10.1; 21. Emily Sessa (UMLowell) 21:13.0; 22. *Maddie Ghazarian (Yale) 21:13.5; 23. Gemma Nuttall’ (Iona-GB) 21:13.7; 24. Zoe Nuechterlein (Yale) 21:14.6; 25. *Holly Bent (Syr) 21:17.0.


Mid-Atlantic: Georgetown & Ceili McCabe (West Virginia)

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania — At last spring’s version of the ’20 Nationals Ceili McCabe managed just a 42nd-place finish. The West Virginia soph is a different runner this fall, with an undefeated season leading to a Big 12 title. On Lehigh’s Goodman course, the Canadian stayed near the front of a crowded pack for the first 4K, then blistered the final 2K to win by more than 10 seconds in 20:05.7.

Georgetown captured the next two places with Sami Corman 2nd in 20:16.6 and Big East champ Maggie Donahue 3rd at 20:16.7. Villanova’s Lydia Olivere finished 4th with 20:25.3 and Monmouth’s Sammi Ragenklint 5th in 20:28.6.

Georgetown, with 3 in the top 7, totaled 43 to win its first Regional title since ’14. West Virginia put 5 in the top 20 to finish with 67 and Villanova placed 3rd at 105.

Team Scores
1. Georgetown 43; 2. West Virginia 67; 3. ¶Villanova 105; 4. Princeton 122; 5. Penn State 159; 6. George Washington 211; 7. Navy 219; 8. Monmouth 272; 9. Delaware 289; 10. Penn 307.

Top Individuals
1. **Ceili McCabe’ (WV-Can) 20:05.7; 2. *Sami Corman (Gtn) 20:16.6; 3. **Maggie Donahue (Gtn) 20:16.7; 4. *Lydia Olivere (Vill) 20:25.3; 5. ¶**Sammi Ragenklint (Monm) 20:28.6; 6. ¶***Fiona Max (Prin) 20:28.7; 7. *Baylee Jones (Gtn) 20:28.9; 8. **Maggie Smith (Vill) 20:30.4; 9. ***Sadie Sigfstead (Vill) 20:31.0; 10. ¶Ashlyn Ramos (Buck) 20:33.9; 11. ¶Michelle Joyce (Tem) 20:40.8; 12. *Elizabeth Mancini (LaS) 20:46.4; 13. Kiera Bothwell (Gtn) 20:47.9; 14. Sylvia Russell (WV) 20:49.1; 15. Alison Willingmyre (PennSt) 20:50.4; 16. **Katherine Dowie (WV) 20:53.2; 17. *Mikaela Lucki (WV) 20:54.0; 18. ***Chloe Scrimgeour (Gtn) 20:54.7; 19. Hayley Jackson (WV) 21:00.4; 20. *Eleanor Mancini (LaS) 21:06.1; 21. Mackenzie Jones (Monm) 21:06.5; 22. *Ariana Gardizy (Penn) 21:07.9; 23. **Abigail Loveys (Prin) 21:12.7; 24. *Tina Capparell (De) 21:13.6; 25. *Elizabeth Sullivan (Navy) 21:15.3.


South: Mississippi & Mercy Chelangat (Alabama)

Huntsville, Alabama — Mercy Chelangat bided her time. The Crimson Tide junior, reigning NCAA champion, came through the mile on North Alabama’s John Hunt XC Course in 5:16, a time that put her behind 12 others but caused her no stress. By the time the another 2.6K had passed, she sat in 3rd, comfortably behind Auburn’s NCAA steeple runner-up Joyce Kimeli and Florida frosh Parker Valby, who had placed 4th in the SEC.

Finally, Chelangat struck, building a 7-second lead before the finish to take the win in 19:34.8. Valby finished strong for 2nd in 19:41.4 as Tennessee’s Sydney Seymour caught Kimeli, 19:46.6–19:49.6.

Mississippi, led by 5th-placer Sintayehu Vissa, took a big lead early in the team race and held on to put 5 in the top 20, winning at 69 points. Favored Florida State followed with 86 and Alabama scored 99 in 3rd.

Team Scores
1. Mississippi 69; 2. Florida State 86; 3. ¶Alabama 99; 4. Tennessee 121; 5. Florida 135; 6. Vanderbilt 175; 7. Lipscomb 194; 8. Middle Tennessee 198; 9. Georgia Tech 228; 10. Auburn 309.

Top Individuals
1. *Mercy Chelangat’ (Al-Ken) 19:34.8; 2. ¶***Parker Valby (Fl) 19:41.4; 3. ¶**Sydney Seymour (Tn) 19:46.6; 4. ¶Joyce Kimeli’ (Aub-Ken) 19:49.6; 5. **Sintayehu Vissa’ (Ms-Ita) 19:54.7; 6. **Flomena Asekol’ (Al-Ken) 19:55.6; 7. Esther Gitahi’ (Al-Ken) 19:58.5; 8. ¶Lindsey Stallworth (ETn) 19:59.9; 9. Lauren Ryan (FlSt) 20:05.0; 10. Anna Elkin (Ms) 20:05.9; 11. Nicole Fegans (GaT) 20:06.7; 12. Eusila Chepkemei’ (MTn-Ken) 20:12.0; 13. **Katie Thronson (Tn) 20:13.0; 14. Maudie Skyring’ (FlSt-Aus) 20:16.5; 15. **Ryann Helmers (Ms) 20:17.1; 16. ***Stephanie Ormsby (Fl) 20:18.1; 17. McKenzie Yanek (Vand) 20:20.3; 18. Amanda Beach (FlSt) 20:23.5; 19. *Kristel van den Berg (Ms) 20:25.3; 20. Clio Ozanne-Jaques’ (Ms-Aus) 20:25.6; 21. **Rebecca Clark (FlSt) 20:26.3; 22. Samantha Drop (Ga) 20:27.7; 23. *Olivia Janke (Tn) 20:30.5; 24. *Jennifer Lima (FlSt) 20:33.2; 25. ***Lydia Miller (Lips) 20:38.1.


Southeast: NC State & Kelsey Chmiel (NC State)

Louisville, Kentucky — Kelsey Chmiel broke away after 4K to lead the No. 1 NC State Wolfpack to a dominant regional title at Louisville’s Tom Sawyer Park.

Chmiel, a soph, ran the early going with teammates Katelyn Tuohy, Allie Hays and Sam Bush. By 5K, though, she was alone at 16:51.8, with Tuohy leading the chase pack at 16:56.5.

Chmiel, the ACC champion (and last spring’s Nationals 9th-placer), stopped the clock at 19:58.4, with Tuohy 2nd in 20:06.2. Kentucky’s Tori Herman placed 3rd (20:09.4) ahead of Liberty’s Calli Doan (20:11.8) and Furman’s Bethany Graham (20:13.5). Hays finished 6th (20:14.2) and Bush 8th (20:19.4) as Laurie Henes’ Wolfpack put 4 in the top 8 to score 34.

The formchart held up well as North Carolina took 2nd at 73 after putting its scoring 5 in places 10–19 and Kentucky finished 3rd with 103.

Team Scores
1. NC State 34; 2. North Carolina 73; 3. Kentucky 103; 4. Furman 126; 5. Liberty 160; 6. Virginia Tech 210; 7. Virginia 229; 8. Wake Forest 260; 9. Elon 279; 10. Charlotte 305.

Top Individuals
1. **Kelsey Chmiel (NCSt) 19:58.4; 2. ***Katelyn Tuohy (NCSt) 20:06.2; 3. ¶***Tori Herman (Ky) 20:09.4; 4. ¶Calli Doan (Lib) 20:11.8; 5. ¶***Bethany Graham (Furm) 20:13.5; 6. Alexandra Hays (NCSt) 20:14.2; 7. ¶*Annabelle Eastman’ (GM-Aus) 20:18.7; 8. **Samantha Bush (NCSt) 20:19.4; 9. ¶*Perri Bockrath (Ky) 20:21.1; 10. Paige Hofstad (NC) 20:23.4; 11. Jenna Gearing (Ky) 20:27.3; 12. ***Louise Lounes (Char) 20:32.0; 13. ***Brynn Brown (NC) 20:32.5; 14. *Adelyn Ackley (Lib) 20:32.7; 15. ***Kelsey Harrington (NC) 20:32.9; 16. ***Ava Dobson (NC) 20:36.5; 17. *Heather Holt (NCSt) 20:42.1; 18. Hannah Moran (Rad) 20:42.8; 19. ***Natalie Tyner (NC) 20:43.0; 20. *Michaela Reinhart (Duke) 20:44.4; 21. **Laura Taborda’ (EnKy-Por) 20:44.9; 22. *Lindsey Butler (VaT) 20:49.7; 23. ***Sasha Neglia (NC) 20:51.7; 24. Dorcus Ewoi (Camp) 20:53.2; 25. *Savannah Shaw (NCSt) 20:53.8.

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