Women's cross country finishes second
Published: Monday, September 23, 2013
Updated: Monday, September 23, 2013 00:09
The UConn women’s cross country team placed second at Central Connecticut State University’s Ted Owen Invitational on Saturday afternoon in Stanley Quarter Park. The Huskies finished with 49 points, just short of Boston University’s 46 points.
UConn had four racers finish in the top 10, the most impressive being the sophomore, Emily Durgin, who led the Huskies for the third straight meet, finishing third overall.
UConn’s, Brigitte Mania, Abby Mace and Emily Howard rounded out the top 10 with fifth, sixth and ninth place finishes. The official race times were not recorded due to a scoring malfunction during the race.
UConn has started this season with a first place finish at Bryant, and back-to-back second place finishes at UMass and Central Connecticut. The Huskies will have a two-week break until they compete in the New England Championships on Oct. 12 in Boston.