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Cross-Country Brief

Published: November 18, 2011
Section: Sports

This past weekend at the NCAA Division III New England Regional Championship at Bowdoin College, the Men’s Cross Country team showed some strong performances but failed to qualify for a fourth straight NCAA championship berth. Mark Boutin ’12 was the top performer for the Judges, finishing in 21st place with a time of 25:16.65, while classmate Chris Brown ’12 finished 27th with a time of 25:21.64. Both runners earned All New England honors for the fourth year in a row. Alex Kramer ’13 and Ed Colvin ’14 rounded off the top 50, finishing 46th and 49th respectively. Kramer finished the 6-K with 25:41.37, and Colvin had a time of 25:45.49.

Meanwhile, the Women’s Cross Country team finished 10th overall for the second year in a row at the New England Cross Country Regional. The Judges were led by Kate Warwick ‘12, who finished 14th and earned her first trip to the national championships this weekend at University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Warwick ran a career best 6-K, with a time of 21:49.28, over a minute faster than her time at last year’s event. Brandeis also had strong performances by Ali Kirsch ’14 , who finished 41st, and Miriam Stulin ‘15, who just missed the top 50 finishing 51st. Amelia Lundkvist ’13 finished 63rd with a time of 23:10.29 and classmate Victoria Sanford ‘13 was the team’s final scorer finishing in 84th place with a time of 23:29.16.