Sunday, September 9, 2007

Women Finish 2nd, Men 4th At The Lou Onesty Invitational
William and Mary’s men’s cross country team opened its 2007 season at the Lou Onesty Invitational, placing fourth out of nine teams. Duke won the event with a score of 35-55 over the host Cavaliers of the University of Virginia. Virginia’s Andy Biladeau ran 24:25.8 to claim a 12-second victory in the eight-kilometer race. Read more. Senior Emily Gousen (Arlington, Va.) and the William and Mary women’s cross country team picked right back up where they left off last November, powering to a second-place finish at the Lou Onesty Invitational. The host Cavaliers won the eight-team event, 30-37, behind 2006 All-American Emily Harrison’s winning time of 17:16.5 on the five-kilometer course. Read more.

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