Keene, N.H. – The Framingham State women's cross country team opened the 2019 season this morning at the Early Bird Invitational hosted by Keene State College and placed sixth led by a 23rd place finish for sophomore Eliza Weisse (Hampden, Mass.).
- Meet: Early Bird Invitational hosted by Keene State College
- Location: Keene, N.H.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS:
- Weisse opened her sophomore season with a 23rd place finish completing the two mile course in a time of 12:43, while freshman Alison Pais (Peabody, Mass.) followed in 37th with a time of 13:02 in her first collegiate racing action.
- Freshman Emily Newcomb (Raynham, Mass.) followed for the Rams crossing the line at 13:28, while senior Beatrice Donoghue (Rowley, Mass.) began her final season for the Rams finishing at 13:44.
- Sophomore Kammarie Pelland (Fitchburg, Mass.) and senior Dana Arburr (Glastonbury, Conn.) followed next for the Rams in a dead heat as each crossed at 14:10. Sophomore Katie Hayes (Dedham, Mass.) rounded out the top seven for the Rams finishing at 14:37.
The Rams are back in action next Saturday at the Worcester City Meet hosted by Worcester State University.