NEWPORT NEWS, Va.—Agnes Scott Cross Country saw its season come to a close in the NCAA South Regional Championships hosted by Christopher Newport University on Saturday morning. The Scotties finished 32nd overall and were paced by Faridah Nalunkuuma (Kampala, Uganda) for the sixth time in 2017.
TALLULAH FALLS, Ga.—Faridah Nalunkuuma (Kampala, Uganda) led the Agnes Scott Scotties to a finish in the top half of the USA South Conference Championships, hosted by Piedmont College, on Saturday morning. The Scottie senior ran a career-best 24:07 in the 6K event, which was good enough for ninth overall and helped Agnes to seventh in the team standings.
MT. BERRY, Ga.—Agnes Scott Cross Country ran to a 20th-place finish on an overcast morning at the Berry Invitational on Saturday morning. Alyssa Willis (Apache Junction, Ariz.) was the top runner for the Scotties, finishing 97th overall.
OAKWOOD, Ga.—Senior Faridah Nalunkuuma (Kampala, Uganda) ran a personal best in the 6k event at the Bobcat Invitational on Friday night to lead Agnes Scott Cross Country to a 12th place finish. The Scotties were one of only two Division III programs competing in the 19-team event.
ROME, Ga. - The Agnes Scott cross country team closed out their season over the weekend with a trip to the NCAA Division III Regional Meet hosted by Berry College in Rome, Ga. The Scotties finished in 29th place in their first year back as a program after a six year hiatus.
The Agnes Scott cross country team finished 13th this morning at the Maryville College Mountain Challenge 6k in Tennessee. Waking up to a shock of cold weather turned into perfect running conditions for the women as they completed their fourth race of the season.
ATLANTA, Ga. - It didn't take long for Agnes Scott cross country to make an impact in the Great South Athletic Conference, as the GSAC announced today that the Scotties’ Giulia Ghezzi claimed Runner of the Week for the week of September 22-28, 2014.
The Agnes Scott cross country team continued their path of improvement this weekend in their third meet of the season at the University of North Georgia Invitational.
"Everyone improved this weekend and that's what I'm looking for right now" stated head coach Mary Chind.
Back in action for the first time since 2008, the Agnes Scott Cross Country team competed in the Sewanee Invitational this morning in Tennessee.
Host University of the South won the women’s meet followed by Birmingham Southern and Covenant College in second and third. Washington and Lee placed fourth, followed by Maryville College in fifth and Agnes Scott in sixth place.
Decatur, GA – Agnes Scott College will reclassify women’s lacrosse from a varsity sport to a club sport and will reinstate the cross country program from club status to varsity status effective immediately.