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Cross Country Women Finish Runner-Up At Texas A&M Invitational

Sept. 24, 2016

Complete Results

With three runners in the top-10, Baylor's women's cross country team finished second at the Texas A&M Invitational Saturday at the Dale Watts Cross Country Course.

Individually, the Bears were led by seniors Maggie Montoya (20:28.0) and Peyton Thomas (20:42.8), who finished the six kilometer race in fifth and sixth, respectively.

Freshman Anna West was not far behind those veterans as she placed 10th with a time of 21:04.0. Two other freshman rounded out BU’s group of five scoring runners with Kathryn Foreman (26th, 21:44.8) and Gabby Satterlee (29th, 21:49.0).

The five-runner total score of 72 was just two points behind Rice’s 70-point winning total and eight points ahead of third place Lipscomb (80).

• The women's other two runners in the top-100 finishers were Isabella Lackner (76th, 23:06.0), and Alex Davis (86th, 23:28.5).

"It was hot, so very, very tough conditions. Rice ran well and they were ranked right ahead of us in the region, but it was a good team battle. Three of our top-five were freshman, so for some that was their first 6K ever. I thought they did a good job. Anna West had a big race. Maggie and Peyton ran well. We know we have a pretty big one next week, but I was proud of how we ran this week." -- head coach Todd Harbour on the women's team

The men's and women's teams will now both compete at the Notre Dame Invitational on Friday, Oct. 30.



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