All four members of the Bruin women’s cross country team running in today’s Briar Cliff Invite came away with season-best times. This was the fifth consecutive weekend of racing for the Bruins as a very deep and talented field lined up at the Adams Nature Preserve in North Sioux City, S.D. on a perfect day for racing (50 degrees and calm winds).
The injury-depleted Bruin women's cross country team had only three entries and were unable to field a scoring team today at the 25th running of the Dean White Invitational held on the Doane University campus. Taylor Caba led the Bruins again, running 22:36.7 to finish 32nd among the 76 runners. Dayana Montano-Salama and twin sister Diana were 71st and 74th respectively in 27:18.8 and 28:12.6
The injury-depleted Bellevue University women’s cross country team competed in Saturday’s Herb Blakely Invite hosted by Dakota State. Freshman Taylor Caba, running in just her second cross country race, was the Bruins' only finisher.
After a six-month layoff since its last competition, the Bellevue University women's cross country opened the 2020 season with a seventh-place finish in the Dordt University Sunflower Opener Saturday morning.
In its third season as a varsity sport, the Bellevue University women's cross country team is picked to finish fifth in the 2020 North Star Athletic Association Women's Cross Country preseason coaches' poll, announced today by the conference office Friday.