ROMEOVILLE, Ill. – The Northern Michigan University Cross Country team took part in the Conference Crossover, the largest Division II only event in the country. In a field of 36 teams, the Wildcats placed 16th overall.
| TEAM LEADERS
| SCORING POINTS
Three others scored points for the Wildcats. Senior Paige Du Bois (Green Bay, Wis.) was 136th with a time of 24:53.8. Freshman Meghan Langworthy (Big Rapids, Mich.) was 141st in 24:59.5 with Anna Kelley (Minneapolis, Minn.) coming in at 25:12.3 for 160th place.
Freshman Kimberly Carviou (Marinette, Wis.) – 25:24.7
Junior Ellise Longley (Bloomington, Minn.) – 25:26.6
Freshman Caroline Vegeberg (Fejo, Denmark) – 25:33.2
Sophomore Katrina Salmen (Peshtigo, Wis.) - 25:34
Freshman Morgan Lyon (Traverse City, Mich.) – 26:14.2
Freshman Emily Sterling (Boyne City, Mich.) – 26:39.9
Sophomore Chrysanthe Patselas (Ann Arbor, Mich.) – 26:41
Sophomore Aubrey Friedrich (Lockport, Ill.) – 26:45.9
Redshirt Freshman Katie Cleven (Harbor Springs, Mich.) – 27:37.9
| TEAM RESULTS
NMU placed 16th in a crowded field of 36 teams with race time temperature in the lower 40's and featured over 20 mile per hour winds, making it feel like the 30s at times. The Wildcats finishing with a total of 432 points placing them ahead of three other Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference teams.
| UP NEXT
The Wildcats will return to the Upper Peninsula to host the U.P. Championships on Friday, October 18, starting at 3 p.m. at the Northern Michigan University Golf Course