Aggie women place 22nd at regionals
For Immediate Release
November 9, 2019
Cameron University Athletics
Kenton Means – Sports Information Director
CANYON, Texas – The Cameron women’s cross country team wrapped up their fall season on Saturday by finishing in 22nd at the NCAA Division II South Central Regional.
The Aggie women finished in 22nd in the 6K race, posting a score of 585 points and running a total time of 2:04:58.84 and an average of 24:59.77. Alma Duran led the way, finishing with a 23:58.4 time in 68th place. Edna Cheptum followed Duran with an 85th place finish after running a time of 24:25.8.
Keyanna Patterson (25:08.4) and Taylor Esquivel (25:23.4) were the only other runners to come in with sub-26 minute times placing 140th and 163rd respectively. Vivien Chesire, Violet Torres, and Jessica Parnell rounded out the CU lineup with 26 minute times.
Top ranked Adams State was the top finisher, coming in with an average time of 21:24.96. They had five runners finish inside the top-10, with Stephanie Cotter leading the way with the individual title running a 20:53.6 time in the 6K race.
Colorado Mines and Western Colorado rounded out the top-3 on the team leaderboard; both are ranked in the top-10 of the USTFCCCA top-25 poll.
The Aggies had a strong second year of competition and will look to build on that success during the spring track season and the offseason.