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LOCK HAVEN, Pa. --- Carlow University men's and women's cross
country competed against over 750 athletes across all NCAA and NAIA
divisions at the Lock Haven University Invitational Saturday.
There were 404 runners in the women's race, and the Carlow team
placed 32nd of 37 teams.
Larissa Kijowski (JR/Dayton, Pa.) earned
72nd to place within the top 20 percent of the
women's field. She led the Celtics with a time of 23:31.9 in the 6k
Rachel Jones (SO/Holbrook, Pa.)
Amanda Espy (JR/Oil City, Pa.),
Sydney Achtzhen (SO/Greensburg, Pa.) and
Bailey Rohm (FR/Uniontown, Pa.) rounded out
the top five finishers for Carlow.
Amy Cashin finished in 20:35.8 to win the individual title, and
West Virginia University earned the team title with a score of 15,
placing seven runners in the top 10.
Only two runners competed on the men's side for Carlow in the
Junior Joseph Palmieri (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
finished with a personal best 32:24.5, beating his previous time of
34:06.7 from the Doug Watts Distance Gala two weeks ago. Likewise,
Evan Antes (SO/North Versailles, Pa.) scored
his personal best 8k time of 32:27.9, improving by over a second on
the faster, flatter Lock Haven course.
Host Lock Haven won the team title with a score of 81, and Penn
State Club runner Joseph Clark won the individual title with a time
of 24:57 flat.
Carlow competes on its "home" course at the Carnegie Mellon
Invitational on Oct. 12, held at Schenley Park in Pittsburgh.
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