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Heritage alumna Weini Kelati’s runner-up finish led local runners’ performances at the NCAA Cross Country Championships, a new interactive map shows D.C. area trails, =PR=’s Arlington store moves and more suspicious results from Marine Corps.

NCAA cross country finishers after the jump

Letsrun’s interview with Heritage alumna Weini Kelati

NCAA Championships results, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Division I

  • 2 Weini Kelati – New Mexico – Heritage 19:45
  • 93 Allie Klimkiewicz – Princeton – Oakton 21:02
  • 95 Abbey Green – Virginia – Walter Johnson 21:03
  • 109 Taylor Knibb – Cornell – Sidwell Friends School 21:08
  • 113 Page Lester – Princeton – National Cathedral School 2109
  • 119 Rachel McArthur – Villanova – Patriot 21:13
  • 143 Heather Holt – NC State – George Marshall 21:25
  • 227 Emily Bracher – Maryland 22:18
  • 243 Caroline Alcorta – Villanova – West Springfield 22:46
  • 53 Nicholas Wareham – Georgetown 30:10
  • 64 Jack Van Scoter – Georgetown 30:21
  • 125 Tai Dinger – Stanford – St. Albans 30:52

 

NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships  at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

  • 54 Jeff Gibson – Mary Washington – Edison 25:09
  • 135 Tristan Colaizzi – Williams – Georgetown Day School 25:47
  • 241 Adam Nakasaka – Carleton – Bethesda-Chevy Chase 26:33
  • 122 Abigail Levine – Carnegie Mellon – Bethesda-Chevy Chase 22:43
  • 182 Genevive DiBari – Pomona – Stone Ridge 23:08
  • 229 Abigail Shoemaker – Chicago – Thomas Jefferson 23:35
  • 255 Zoe Friedman – Emory – Montgomery Blair 24:03

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