Women's Cross Country Races to Eighth Consecutive Vanderbilt Title
Provided by Hope
The Hope College women's cross country team ran away from the field for its eighth consecutive Vanderbilt Invitational championship on Saturday.
The Flying Dutch recorded a winning score of 21 points after clocking seven of the fastest 10 times.
Junior Emily Hamilton of Naperville, Illinois (North HS) led Hope with a time of 18 minutes, 33.3 seconds at Ridge Point Community Church.
Senior Alexis Guttilla of St. Charles, Illinois (Westminster Christian), came in third at 18:52.9.
Junior Avery Lowe of North Muskegon, Michigan (North Muskegon), took fourth in 18:55.0.
Sophomore Chelsea Miskelley of Holland, Michigan (Black River), finished fifth in 18:56.0.
Sophomore Sydney del Valle of Holland, Michigan (Black River), rounded out Hope's scoring in eighth place at 19:50.0.
Others among the Flying Dutch's top seven finishers were junior Rebecca Duran of Palatine, Illinois (Palatine) in ninth at 19:50.4 and freshman Brooke Truszkowski of Traverse City, Michigan (Central) in 10th at 20:00.1
Hope placed ahead of Cornerstone (60), Davenport (87), Calvin (100), Muskegon Community College (125) and Grace Bible (153).