WESTFIELD, Mass. -- The Castleton University women's cross country team competed in the James Earley Invitational earlier Saturday morning at Stanley Park.
Senior Kaylyn Crompton was the first Spartan to cross the finish line as she completed the five-kilometer race with a time of 19:23.83 (6:14 mile time). Crompton was the only Spartan to finish in the top 20 as she finished in 17th place out of 223 runners.
Junior Lydia Maier was next for the Spartans as she finished in 49th place with a time of 6:28 mile time).
Rounding out the scoring for the Spartans was Giselle Rainville (109th – 21:26.58), Martina Comas-Altland (112th - 21:30.76), Claudia Sherman (146th – 22:49.48), Emerald Fagan-Trapen (164th – 23:25.81), Erin Sulva (171st – 24:05.68), and Charlotte Morrison (197th – 26:32.85).
Trinity took home the team title with a score of 74 points. Worcester State (106 points), Westfield State (120 points), Roger Williams (151 points), and Springfield (206 points) rounded out the top-five in team scoring.
Women's cross country returns to action on Saturday, October 12 as it competes in the Western New England Invitational in Springfield, Massachusetts. The women's race is slated to begin at 10:30 a.m.