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Women's Cross Country Takes Second at ECAC Championships

BRONX, N.Y. - The William and Mary women's cross country team ran a terrific race Saturday morning at the ECAC Championships, finishing second against most of the top teams from the Mid-Atlantic and New England. James Madison won the team title with 47 points, while the Tribe finished with 79 and La Salle was third with 90 points. The Dukes' Alison Parris won the individual crown with a time of 17:27.4 on the five-kilometer course at Van Cortlandt Park.

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Coaches Race Results

Freshman Kathleen Lautzenheiser (Midlothian, Va.) had her best race of the year, taking fourth overall in 17:41.4 to lead the Tribe for the first time this season. Senior Betsy Graney (Harper Woods, Mich.) was sixth overall in 17:50.4, and freshman Elaina Balouris (Allison Park, Pa.) came through the line in ninth with a time of 17:52.0. Senior Avery Mattingly (Blacksburg, Va.) gave the Tribe four runners on the All-East team with her 25th-place effort, and redshirt-freshman Megan Fitzpatrick (Ashburn, Va.) rounded out the team scoring in 36th overall. Senior Kelsey Budd (Oakton, Va.) and junior Sara Lasker (Fredericksburg, Va.) ran sixth and seventh for the Tribe, finishing 46th and 49th, respectively. In the ECAC coaches race, redshirt-freshman Charlotte Tregelles (Allendale, N.J.) took top honors with a time of 19:24.4.

William and Mary's second-place finish marked the fourth time in the past five years that the Tribe has taken home the silver medal at the ECAC Championships, and brings the fall season to a close. After two weeks off to recuperate and train, the College will break open the indoor track season at the CNU Lid Lifter on Saturday, December 4th.

2010 ECAC Cross Country Championships - 5K
Van Cortlandt Park - Bronx, N.Y.

Top Five Teams

1. James Madison 47
2. William and Mary 79
3. La Salle 90
4. Columbia 94
5. Syracuse 130

Top Five Individuals
1. Alison Parris (JMU) 17:27.4
2. Laura Sinclair (GMU) 17:33.7
3. Katie Matthews (BU) 17:37.2
4. Kathleen Lautzenheiser (W&M) 17:41.4
5. Katie Harman (JMU) 17:49.6

Other W&M All-East (Top-25 Finishers)
6. Betsy Graney 17:50.4
9. Elaina Balouris 17:52.0
25. Avery Mattingly 18:26.9

Other W&M Finishers
36. Megan Fitzpatrick 18:41.3
46. Kelsey Budd 18:52.4
49. Sara Lasker 18:57.4
59. Katie Buenaga 19:09.1
61. Leah Fitchett 19:13.6
62. Melissa DiVecchia 19:14.2
69. Kristen Dietz 19:22.8
82. Brittany Sevachko 19:43.4

ECAC Coaches Race - W&M Individuals
1. Charlotte Tregelles 19:24.4
17. Kiah Hardcastle 21:00.7

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