Morrisville State women sixth at Stephen Warde Invitational  

Morrisville State women sixth at Stephen Warde Invitational  


COBLESKILL, N.Y. – Senior Raylene Wade (Red Creek, N.Y.) led the pack of Morrisville State women's cross country runners with her individual 12th place finish Saturday afternoon, as they hit the trails in Cobleskill at the Stephen Warde Invitational, finishing sixth overall in team standings.



  • Team Scoring: Hartwick College 52, Hudson Valley CC 58, SUNY Poly 83, Cazenovia College 88, SUNY Cobleskill 93, Morrisville State 118
  • Location: Cobleskill, N.Y.
  • Course details: 5K run



  • Wade finished with a time of 22:48.38, a 4:33.7 pace time, and was the sixth North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) runner to cross the finish line.
  • Sydney O'Dell (Manlius, N.Y.), Anna Raymond (Newark, N.Y.) and Miranda Wright (Smyrna, N.Y.) were the next to score for Morrisville State, finishing in 24:24.31, 25:08.48, and 26:02.46 respectively for 23rd, 26th and 29th.
  • Kaitlin Mulwane (Oxford, N.Y.) rounded out team scoring with an individual finish of 34th, crossing in 27:34.18.



  • Morrisville State returns to the courses next Saturday, for a preview of the NEAC Championship course, held at Lancaster Bible College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.


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