Women's Cross Country

Women’s Cross Country Takes Seventh at NCAA Regionals

Women’s Cross Country Takes Seventh at NCAA Regionals

NEW YORK – Senior Taylor Worthy (Medfield, Mass.) placed 13th overall to lead the Brown women's cross country team to a seventh-place finish at the NCAA Northeast Regional Friday at Van Cordtland Park. 

The women's team earned 208 total points for seventh place out of 37 teams, while Providence College claimed first place with 50 points. 

Worthy, who earned First Team All-Ivy accolades two weeks ago at Heps, completed the six-kilometer course in a time of 20:52.30 to earn All-Region honors. Junior Clare Peabody (Aptos, Calif.) was 41st in a time of 21:31.40, before Megan Ratcliffe (Carlisle, Mass.) finished in 48th-place at 21:39.60. 

Rookie Jillian Turner (New Providence, N.J.) and Natalie Schudrowitz (Milwaukee, Wis.) crossed in times of 21:43.30 and 21:45.10, respectively, to round out the Brown scorers.

Please visit Brownbears.com this weekend for updated information concerning At-Large selections for the NCAA Cross Country Championships. 

Brown at the NCAA Regional
13. Taylor Worthy (20:52.30)
41. Clare Peabody (21:31.40)
48. Megan Ratcliffe (21:39.60)
52. Jillian Turner (21:43.30)
54. Natalie Schudrowitz (21:45.10)
73. Lucy Van Kleunen (21:59.80)
88. Quinn Bornstein (22:12.10)