CHARLESTON, Ill. – Aly Goff and Kassidy Dexheimer each finished in the top five, helping SIUE women's cross country to a second-place team finish Friday afternoon at the Eastern Illinois' Walt Crawford Open.
Goff placed third with a time of 18 minutes, 36.1 seconds. Dexheimer finished fifth at 18:55.9. Grace Rowan and Helena Keenan of Eastern Illinois took the top two spots to lead EIU to the team title. The Panthers finished with a score of 20, while the Cougars were at 56.
The men also finished second to Eastern Illinois. The Panthers finished at 18 points. SIUE had 54.
Austin Woodard's time of 26:22.8 was good for third place. Roland Prenzler (26:59.8) and Landon Skelly (27:00.2) finished at seventh and eighth place. Cameron Woodard finished 20th at 29:32.5 and Cree Stumpf wa 23rd at 30:30.3.
EIU's Francesco Romano captured the top spot.
Both teams are home Friday, Sept. 13, to play host to the John Flamer Invitational at the SIUE Cross Country course.