1. Guelph, 38 points
2. Laval, 101
3. Windsor, 104
4. Victoria, 131
5. Queen’s, 161
6. McMaster, 172
7. Regina, 189
8. Calgary, 207
9. Western, 266
10. Lakehead, 271
11. StFX, 285
12. Laurier, 299
13. Waterloo, 306
14. TWU, 372
15. Sherbrooke, 430
16. McGill, 459
17. Saskatchewan, 469
18. Manitoba, 486
2012 Final Season Rankings
1. Guelph, 21 points
2. McMaster, 62
3. Western, 107
4. Victoria, 161
5. Calgary, 195
6. Windsor, 197
7. McGill, 199
8. Dalhousie, 245
9. Toronto, 260
10. Waterloo, 265
11. Queen’s, 273
12. StFX, 274
13. TWU, 336
14. Laval, 366
15. Saskatchewan, 366
16. Sherbrooke, 391
17. Manitoba, 415
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Laurentian Lady Vees Win in Rochester
30 Sep, 2008
The Lady Vees cross-country running team traveled to Rochester, New York, to compete in the 20th annual Harry Anderson invitational this past weekend, and came back with both the individual and team titles.
Rookie Gracie Tetzlaff (Trenton) placed first, running the 5k event in a time of 18:41. She was closely followed by a strong Vees contingent that placed four runners in the top six positions. Rookie Emma Tallman (Manitoulin) placed third in 18:53, Madeleine Woods (Sudbury) placed fourth in 18:58, Maggie Robins (Port Perry) placed sixth in 19:36, with Hilary Kilbreath (Belleville) rounding out the scoring in 17th place with a 20:23. The times for all five runners were personal bests.
Laurentian's team score of 31 points placed them ahead of the University of Rochester's 56 points and Roberts Wesleyan's 73. The race included 85 runners from from eight teams, including seven Division III NCAA universities.
Other Vees runners included Katie Maziarski in 21st, Mathilde Demory in 23rd, Daniel Henry in 24th, Celeste Woods in 42nd, Stephanie Flieler in 43rd, Jessica Nanne in 50th, and Becky Van Zeyl in 61st place.
Laurentian took an early lead, moving five girls into the lead pack at the one kilometer mark. The course then wound through a section of wooded trails and by the time there was only a mile to go, Tetzlaff and Robert Wesleyan's Michelle Brandt had separated themselves from the group with Brandt leading Tetzlaff by 10 metres. Tallman and Woods were running together 10 seconds behind, followed by Robins who was making a break from her group and Kilbreath and Maziarki, who were working together a minute behind Robins.
Tetzlaff made her break with one kilometer to go, surging past Brandt, while Tallman charged hard from behind on her finishing kick, narrowly beating teammate Madeleine Woods and pulling to within five seconds of the second-place Wesleyan runner.
"The girls had a breakthrough race. We keyed off each other and really pushed each other to a new level," said Vees co-captain, Woods.
"It's a lot of fun to bring home the team trophy and four top-10 T-shirts," said head coach Dick Moss. "But the girls really deserve it. They've been absolutely hammering their workouts this year, and our rookies have been competing like seasoned vets."
Laurentian's next race is the Mustang Open in London on October 9th.
Individual Results - Laurentian
1. Gracie Tetzlaff, 18:41.4
3 Emma Tallman, 18:53.9
4. Madeleine Woods, 18:58
6. Maggie Robins, 19:36.6
17. Hilary Kilbreath, 20:23.6
21. Katie Maziarski, 20:41.3
23. Mathilde Demory, 20:46.8
24. Danielle Henry, 20:52.9
42. Celeste Woods, 21:41.2
43. Stephanie Flieler, 21:41.8
50. Jessica Nanne, 22:01.2
61. Becky Van Zeyl, 22:55.0
1. Laurentian, 31 Points - 1,3,4,6,17 (21,23)
2. U. of Rochester, 56 Points - 7,8,12,13,16 (18,19)
3. Roberts Wesleyan, 73 points - 2,5,9,24,33 (35, 36)
4. Damean College, 106
5. Geneseo State, 114
6. Penn State Altoona, 148
7. Medaille, 215
8. Hilbert College,232
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