Crusaders Hit the Trails at All-Ohio Championship

Crusaders Hit the Trails at All-Ohio Championship

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CEDARVILLE, Ohio – The Capital University women's cross country team took to a very damp Elvin R. King Cross Country Course at this year's All-Ohio Championships, hosted by Cedarville University. Of the 42 teams across all three NCAA divisions plus NAIA participants, Capital finished 35th out of 42 teams. Among its NCAA Division III peers, the Crusaders placed 17th out of 20 teams.

Sophomore Carrie Kuder (Hilliard, Ohio) was the first Capital harrier to cross the finish line and placed 75th of 256 runners at the Division III level, using her 24:55.28 time to elevate her up the standings. Overall, she placed in 187th place.

Hannah Westhoven (Napolean, Ohio) was next in line for Capital with a 25:54.40 finish time on the 6,000-meter course. She found herself in 279th place overall among 503 total runners and 127th on the Division III scale.

Just six seconds behind her was Alexandra Corrigan (Burton, Ohio) who placed 132nd in the divisional standings and 279th overall. She finished the course in 26:01.49.

Also scoring points for Capital were Hayley Bishop (29:07.51), Cheyenne Barnes (29:22.19), and Morgan White (29:42.59).

Among 42 total teams, Capital placed 35th overall with 1,062 points. They placed 17th out of 20 Division III teams with 498 points.

Mount Union took the top spot with 63 points while Oberlin College claimed the individual champion and second place in Division III.

The Crusaders will next compete in the Jenna Strong Fall Classic, hosted by Wilmington College, on October 17.