Morrisville State women picking up the pace as they finish 7th at the Hamilton Invitational  

Morrisville State women picking up the pace as they finish 7th at the Hamilton Invitational  


CLINTON, N.Y. – Morrisville State women's cross country had five runners finish in under 27 minutes Saturday as they took home a seventh place team finish after being led by senior Raylene Wade (Red Creek, N.Y.) at the Hamilton College Invitational in Clinton.


  • Team scoring: Hamilton 33, LeMoyne 68, Ithaca 69, Utica 69, SUNY Poly 168, Cazenovia 173, Morrisville St. 200, Wells 218, Cayuga CC 262
  • Location: Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y.
  • Course Details: 5K – Hamilton College Golf Course


  • 87 total runners and 9 teams took part in the event with Grace Heller (Hamilton) capturing the individual title in 18:27.8, and hots Hamilton College the team title with 33 points, placing all five scoring runners in the top 10.
  • Senior Raylene Wade (Red Creek, N.Y.) paced the Mustangs with a time of 21:07.0 to lead the team scoring with her 25th place finish.
  • Sydney O'Dell (Manlius, N.Y.) was second to cross in 23:41.9, a 36th individual finish.
  • Anna Raymond (Newark, N.Y.), Miranda Wright (Smyrna, N.Y.) and Maura Hager (Binghamton, N.Y.) finished in 44th, 46th and 49th positions with times of 25:37.5, 25:54.1 and 26:22 respectively to round out team scoring.
  • All Mustangs scoring dropped between 30 seconds and a minute off last week's times as they pick up the pace as the head towards the NEAC Championships at the end of the month.


  • Morrisville State will head West to the CCOC Championships hosted by Hobart/William Smith in Geneva Saturday, Oct. 13. The start gun goes off at 11 a.m.

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