Cross Country Competes at NAIA Great Lakes Invite
The Crimson Wave women’s cross country team finished 32nd overall out of 35 teams at the NAIA Great Lakes Invite over the weekend.
The first three runners to finish for the Crimson Wave were Celeste Rosillo, Annette Herrera, and Danielle Weems finished in 22:21.68. Annette Herrera finished in 23:00.02 and Danielle Weems finished in 24:12.01.
The women will return to action on November 8th when they compete in the CCAC Championship Meet in Elgin, Illinois.
Cross Country Competes in Louisville
The women’s cross country team competed in the Greater Louisville Classic over the weekend and came away with a 41st finish overall.
Celeste Rosillo ran 21:51.69 which placed her 232nd overall out of 405 runners. Annette Herrera ran 22:37.26 which placed her 280th. Sophomore Danielle Weems finished 330th with a time of 23:55.43.
“I’m so excited for the ladies today everyone ran a season PR and we really competed great today. We were led by Celeste Rosillo who ran a life time PR today and continues to improve every single week. We continue to have great workouts I expect some big improvements in the weeks to come.” Said Head Coach Kevin Paterson
The women’s team will return to action on October 11th when they travel up to Bentendorg, Iowa to compete in the Fighting Bee Invitational.
Women Compete at National Catholic
The Crimson Wave women’s cross country team competed in the 2014 National Catholic Championships at the University of Notre Dame over the weekend.
Celeste Rosillo was the first Crimson Wave to finish with a time of 22:26.84 which was good enough to place 159th overall. Danielle Weems finished 175th with a time of 24:07.14 while Annette Herrera finished 179th with a time of 24:51.32.
“This group keeps improving and we were led by freshman Celeste Robles who had a big personal record today. We are a very young group and I am very excited that we continue to make big improvements each meet,” said Coach Paterson.
The women’s team will return to action on Saturday October 4th when they compete in the Greater Louisville Classic.