Women's Cross Country Ranked Regionally to Start 2014
PRINCETON, N.J. (8/27/14) - The Princeton women's cross country team is ranked No. 5 in the region, it was announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association on Monday, Aug 25.
It is the same place where the Tigers finished the 2013 season in the Mid-Atlantic region before earning an at-large bid to the NCAA Championships.Princeton returns its all of its top five scorers from a year ago, led by All-America Megan Curham. Senior Emily de La Bruyere will captain the squad for the second straight season as the team's No. 2 runner. Both were named all-region last year.
The women's cross country team begins the season at the HYP meet on Sept. 12 at Yale.
|1||Georgetown||Washington, D.C.||Big East||2|
|2||Villanova||Villanova, Pa.||Big East||1|
|3||West Virginia||Morgantown, W. Va.||Big 12||4|
|4||Penn State||State College, Pa.||Big Ten||3|
|7||Duquesne||Pittsburgh, Pa.||Atlantic 10||7|
|12||La Salle||Philadelphia, Pa.||Atlantic 10||12|
|13||Saint Joseph's||Philadelphia, Pa.||Atlantic 10||13|
|15||Maryland||College Park, Md.||Big Ten||15|