Women's Cross Country

CCSU Women's Cross Country Competes at NCAA Regionals

CCSU Women's Cross Country Competes at NCAA Regionals

Katherine Bossardet led the Central Connecticut State University women's cross country team at this year's NCAA Northeast Regional Championship. The senior placed 117th, recording a time of 24:43 on the six kilometer course at Boston's Franklin Park.

CCSU recorded a score of 855, finishing one place behind Rhode Island (784) and just ahead of Fairfield (900). Syracuse won the 2009 championship, recording a score of 59. The Orange put five runners in the top 22 overall, edging out runner-up Providence, who tallied 70 points on the day. Katie Hursey of Syracuse was the top overall individual finisher, crossing the line in 21:57.

Senior Alyssa Cole was the second Blue Devil to cross the line on Saturday, as she placed 127th in a time of 24:50. Junior Nicole Coiteux (185th; 25:54), sophomore Amanda Asaro (210th; 26:31) and senior Kim Savino (216th; 26:57) rounded out the scorers for CCSU.