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Fri Sep 16

Women's XC

Final
Wesleyan Invitational 1st of 2
The Wes Fuhrman '05 Trails - Middletown, Conn.
Sat Oct 01

Women's XC

Final
at Paul Short Run 17th of 42
Goodman Campus - Lehigh University
Sat Oct 15

Women's XC

Final
Little Three Championship 3rd of 3
The Wes Fuhrman '05 Trails - Middletown, Conn.
Sat Oct 29

Women's XC

Final
at NESCAC Championship 7th of 11
Colby Cross Country Trails - Waterville, Maine
Sat Nov 12

Women's XC

Final
at NCAA New England Regional Championship 10th of 59
Stanley Park - Westfield, Mass.
Fri Sep 15

Women's Cross Country

Final
Wesleyan Invitational 1st/2
Fri Sep 29

Women's Cross Country

Final
at Paul Short Run 1st/32
hosted by Lehigh University
Sat Oct 14

Women's Cross Country

Final
at Little Three 3rd of 3
hosted by Williams College
Sat Oct 28

Women's Cross Country

Final
at NESCAC Championships 7th/11
hosted by Bates College
Sat Nov 11

Women's Cross Country

Final
at New England Regionals 9th/56
Gorham, Maine
Sat Sep 08

Women's Cross Country

Final
at Little Three Championship 2/3
Hosted by Amherst College
Sat Sep 29

Women's Cross Country

Final
at Paul Short Run 8/43
Hosted by Lehigh University
Sat Oct 13

Women's Cross Country

Final
at Inter-Regional Border Battle 3/39
Hosted by Rowan University
Sat Oct 27

Women's Cross Country

Final
at NESCAC Championship 3/11
Hosted by Tufts University
Sat Nov 10

Women's Cross Country

Final
at NCAA New England Regionals 11/57
Hosted by Bowdoin College
Sat Sep 14

Women's Cross Country

Final
Little Three Championship 2/3
Wes Fuhrman '05 Trails at Long Lane Farm
Sat Sep 28

Women's Cross Country

Final
at Purple Valley Classic Individual Results
Hosted by Williams
Sat Oct 05

Women's Cross Country

15/42
at Paul Short Run Final
at Lehigh University - Bethlehem, Pa.
Sat Oct 19

Women's Cross Country

Final
at Connecticut College Invite 9/29
at Harkness Park - Waterford, Conn.
Sat Nov 02

Women's Cross Country

Final
at NESCAC Championship 6/11
at Mount Greylock High School - Williamstown, Mass.
Sat Nov 16

Women's Cross Country

Final
at NCAA Regional Championships 6/54
at Bowdoin College - Brunswick, Maine
Sat Nov 23

Women's Cross Country

Final
at NCAA Championship 23/32
at Tom Sawyer State Park - Louisville, Ky.
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NESCAC Friday Feature: Sara Pinsonault

Women's Cross Country

The NESCAC is brimming with talented student-athletes. The NESCAC "Friday Feature" series is a way for fans to get to know them throughout the academic year. The conference introduces Sara Pinsonault of Wesleyan, a studio art and English major, and a member of the cross country and outdoor track & field teams.

No. 29 Wesleyan Heads to Williamstown for NESCAC Championships

Women's Cross Country

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. - The No. 29 Wesleyan women's cross country team heads to Williamstown, Massachusetts on Saturday for the 2019 NESCAC Championships. The meet is hosted by Williams College and will take place at Mount Greylock High School. The men's 8K race begins at noon, while the women's 6K follows at 1:00 p.m.

No. 29 Wesleyan Places Ninth at Connecticut College Invite

Women's Cross Country

WATERFORD, Conn. – The No. 29 Wesleyan women’s cross country team placed ninth out of 29 teams at the Connecticut College Invite on Saturday. All eight teams ahead of the Cardinals are ranked in the top-34, with seven ranked in the top 20. 

Four Cardinals Compete at the Purple Valley Classic

Women's Cross Country

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – Four Wesleyan cross country Cardinals competed at the Purple Valley Classic hosted by Williams on Saturday. The group featured two male and two females, all of which raced in their first collegiate 5k.

Lopez-Anido Claims Little Three Title

Women's Cross Country

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – Wesleyan’s Becky Lopez-Anido claimed the Little Three title, covering the 4k course in 14:53.28 and recording a personal best time. The No. 21 Cardinals placed second overall with 48 points, while Williams claimed its 12th-straight crown with 24 points, placing five runners in the top-10.