WILLIAMSTOWN, MA - Middlebury College won the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) meet for a third year in a row with a total of 25 points. Williams College placed second with 40 points and Tufts finished third with 162 points.
The race tested Middlebury and Williams' depth as the teams traditionally rest their top competitors. The first four Middlebury women were in the top-five with their fifth finisher coming in 13th. The top-five Williams women captured places six through 10.
From the 11 a.m. start, four Middlebury runners and Emily D'Addario of William Smith led the pack followed by a pack of seven Williams women. Claire McIlvennie of Middlebury won the race in 22:34 with teammate Hannah Meier finishing second in 22:41. D'Addario placed third and finished just one second behind Meier.
Lyndon ran to 30th place with Allynne O'Hearn (Pelham, N.H.) pacing them and completing the six-kilometer course in 26:10 for 98th place overall. Cassie Tricou (New Haven, Vt.) and Ani Pytlewski (Putney, Vt.) were a close second and third for the team with a times of 26:46 and 26:48. The Hornets, although three team places behind Castleton in the results, manage to beat them in head-to-head scoring 26-29.