DARTMOUTH, Mass. -- The Brandeis University women's cross
country team excelled at today's UMass Dartmouth Invitational, as
the Judges finished third out of 41 teams. Brandeis finished behind
two nationally-ranked squads, including No. 1 Amherst, and two
points ahead of 11th-ranked Colby College.
Leading the way for the Judges was sophomore Marie Lemay (Saco, Maine), who came in 11th overall and ninth among Division III competitors. Lemay finished the five-kilometer race in 18:43, just five seconds out of sixth place. Rookie Kate Warwick (Boxborough, Mass.) was right behind Lemay with a time of 18:51, good for 16th overall and 14th among DIII runners, while classmate Alyssa Pisarik (Chelmsford, Mass.) finished in 28th place overall (24th DIII) with a time of 19:06. Sophomore Hannah Lindholm (Madison, Wisc.) came in 38th overall in 19:25 and Pisarik's older sister Beth rounded out the scorers for the Judges in 42nd place, two seconds behind Lindholm