Women's cross country finishes 15th at Royals XC Challenge
Charlotte, N.C. – Hope Whisman paced the Crusaders on Friday night and was one four personal records set as NGU placed 15th at the Royals Cross Country Challenge.
- Finish: 15th / 25
- Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
- Host: Queens University
How it Happened
- Whisman was the top qualifier for North Greenville on Friday night as she crossed the finished line in 20:13, finishing her 99th out of over 200-runners.
- Jaydn Slaughter continued her solid freshman campaign with a strong showing. Slaughter was second on the team with a time of 20:19.
- Hailey Willingham battled through sickness on Friday to finish with her own personal record, a time of 20:36 while Naeley Valenciano posted her own best time of 21:25.
- Cori Small finished the day with a time of 20:52.
From Coach Stober
- “We ran well today. The women were short-handed as we only had five able to run today, one of which was battling a sickness and she still managed to set a new personal record. It has been a great season so far and it's not over yet. I am very proud of this team and I'm excited to see what the next month holds.”
Next Time Out
- The Crusaders will take on Furman University once again, this time running in the Gene Mullin Cross Country Invitational on October 7th in Greenville, South Carolina.