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Prince runs away from the field at NVU-Lyndon Invitational

Prince runs away from the field at NVU-Lyndon Invitational

Lyndonville, VT - Defending North Atlantic Conference women's cross country individual champion Zosia Prince (Sutton, VT) served notice that she is an early favorite to defend her title on Saturday by finishing first in the field of 55 runners at the Northern Vermont University-Lyndon Invitational.  Prince completed the 3K Lyndon course in 13:13.7, 51 seconds ahead of her nearest competitor, Chloe Kenyon of the University of Maine at Farmington.

Junior Rachel Valentine (Clarksdale, AZ) also notched a top ten finish.  Her time of 14:39.0 was good for ninth place.  Isabelle Tuggle (Norwich, VT) finished 31st with a time of 17:12.1.

UMaine-Farmington tok team honors, outdistancing runner up UMaine-Presque Isle.  The meet serves as a preview of the NAC Championship meet, which will be run on the Lyndon trail on November 2nd.

The Hornets will return to action next weekend when they race at the University of New England Invitational in Biddeford, ME.  Race time is 10:45 am.