Southwest Baptistplaced four runners in the top ten to win the MIAA Women's Cross CountryChampionship. Southwest Baptist had just 35 points, coming in 37 points aheadof Nebraska-Kearney, their nearest competitor. Pittsburg State, MissouriSouthern and Central Missouri rounded out the top five.
Individually for the women Pittsburg State's Jessica Macy, who came into themeet with the league's best 6K time, won the race with a 21:08.82 finish.Twishanna Williams of Lincoln finished in 21:42.08 to place second. Southwest'sBaptist's Ashley Wokomir ran a 21:54.10 to finish just ahead of teammateKarissa Fisher at 22:00.36 for third and four place.
Anne Herbert of Northwest Missouri rounded out the top five finishing in22:02.31 ahead of Central Missouri's Megan Glamman who set a 22:04.76 pace. Inseventh place Elizabeth Luckel of SBU ran a 22:05.45 just ahead of teammateKrenda McClure who finished at a 22:05.58 pace. Dora Eastin of MissouriSouthern finished in 22:11.89 and Nebraska-Kearney's Liz Damman ran a 22:13.27to round out the top ten. The top ten finishers in the race earn All-MIAAstatus for the 2013 season.
Team Standings 1. Southwest Baptist 2. Nebraska-Kearney 3. Pittsburg State 4. Missouri Southern 5. Central Missouri 6. Fort Hays State 7. Northwest Missouri 8. Central Oklahoma 9. Lindenwood 10. Lincoln 11. Emporia State
All-MIAA Individuals 1. Jessica Macy, Pittsburg State 21:08.82 2. Twishanna Williams, Lincoln 21:42.08 3. Ashley Wokomir, Southwest Baptist 21:54.10 4. Karissa Fisher, Southwest Baptist 22:00.36 5. Anne Herbert, Northwest Missouri 22:02.31 6. Megan Glamann, Central Missouri 22:04.76 7. Elizabeth Luckel, Southwest Baptist 22:05.45 8. Krenda McClure, Southwest Baptist 22:05.58 9. Dora Eastin, Missouri Southern 22:11.89 10. Liz Damman, Nebraska-Kearney 22:13.27