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October 18, 2013

METRO ROUNDUP: Rose senior sets cross country record

WILMINGTON, Ohio — Senior Ryann-Rebecca Montgomery set a school record cross country and finished second in a field of 397 runners at the #JennaStrong Fall Classic at Wilmington College on Friday afternoon.

Montgomery ran a 5-kilometer time of 18 minutes, 34 seconds to finish second overall. The time was 20 seconds ahead of the school record set by Rachel Krasich in 2007.

Rose-Hulman placed 23rd overall of 34 teams in the meet, which was conducted in the memory of Jenna Parlette, a Wilmington runner who battled epilepsy and died while leading a meet at Franklin College earlier this year.

Team scores — Toledo 82, Roberts Wesleyan 94, Indianapolis 100, Findlay 169, Ball State 170, Mount Union 185, Huntington 214, Tiffin 231, Otterbein 232, Centre 298.

Cleveland State 311, Wright State 403, Cumberlands 417, Wooster 421, Hanover 436, Mount Vernon Nazarene 451, Ohio Dominican 474, Georgetown 479, Muskingum 550, Anderson 588.

Macomb CC 609, Franklin 629, Rose-Hulman 642, Wittenberg 709, Wilmington 732, Defiance 753, Trine 760, Berea 778, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods 798, Rio Grande 877.

Thomas More 919, IU-Esat 966, IU-Kokomo 1,025, Central State 1,135.

Rose-Hulman individuals — 2. Ryann-Rebecca Montgomery 18:34; 164. Anna Taylor 21:04; 179. Emilie Hobbs 21:21; 240. Ashley Schumacher 22:03; 311. Kathleen Boyce 23:01; 355. Madison Thompson 24:28; 373. Calire Stark 25:55; 375. Ellen Owens 26:03.

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In other college cross country:

n Rose men seventh — At Wilmington, Ohio, Rose-Hulman relied on a balanced team scoring effort to place seventh of 36 teams at the #JennaStrong Fall Classic on Friday.

Team scores — Mount Union 102, Indianapolis 113, Wright State 113, Roberts Wesleyan 139, Centre 200, Wooster 209, Rose-Hulman 227, Cumberlands 241, Rio Grande 290, Otterbein 313.

Wittenberg 377, Berea 384, Wilmington 393, Huntington 415, Findlay 474, Hanover 483, Ohio Dominican 500, Tiffin 519, Muskingum 521, Franklin 529.

Anderson 536, Trine 570, Defiance 575, Shawnee State 591, Macomb CC 601, Thomas More 664, Georgetown 708, Mount Vernon Nazarene 762, IU-East 765, IU-Kokomo 905.

Transylvania 990; 32) Urbana 1,066, Cincinnati Christian 1,082, Mount St. Joseph 1,086, Lourdes 1,111, Central State 1,183.

Rose-Hulman individuals — 22. Stuart West 25:55; 48. Jacob Becker 26:36; 54. Ryan Meyer 26:40; 59. Sam Sobczak 26:46; 68. Charlie Fenoglio 26:54; 74. Kevin Mauser 26:58; 93. Matthew Billingsley 27:07; 105. Kyle Smolarek 27:15; 107. Max Kryza 27:16; 109. Derek Heeger 27:17; 128. Andrew Thompson 27:31; 132. Brandon Loyer 27:35; 138. Robbie Mayhew 27:39; 150. Brandon Mattiuz 27:48; 206. Ken Shimomoto 28:32; 209. Charles Statler 28:33; 213. Zach Glick 28:36; 221. Alex Leversen 28:42; 229. Mohith Kumar 28:47; 230. Peter Lokken 28:48; 234. Daniel Myers 28:52; 236. Ian Ludden 28:54; 258. Nathan Smith 29:16; 263. Nick Woerner 29:23; 278. Addison Williams 29:37; 306. Dustin Fullerton 30:20; 315. Kevin Ly 30:32; 319. Spencer West 30:39; 330. Andy Beckman 30:54; 341. Patrick Salay 31:08.

Volleyball

n Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 3, Rose-Hulman 0 — At Claremont, Calif., Rose-Hulman battled NCAA Division III No. 25-ranked Claremont-Mudd-Scripps before falling 25-18, 28-26, 25-19 Friday in the opening match of the team’s trip to southern California.

Rose-Hulman will (11-14) will travel to Pomona-Pitzer for matches against the host squad and No. 3 Cal Lutheran today. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps improved to 18-3 for the season.

 

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