Franklin & Marshall placed 18th in the NCAA DIII Mideast Region Cross Country Championships, hosted by Muhlenberg College on Saturday. Johns Hopkins (88 points) took the team title at the 6K course at Lehigh University’s Goodman Campus, with Dickinson (98), Carnegie Mellon (138), Haverford (162), and Swarthmore (200) finishing in the top five.
Franklin & Marshall placed fifth at the 2019 Centennial Conference Women’s Cross Country Championship hosted by Gettysburg on Saturday. The finish is the highest for a Diplomat team since F&M took fourth in 2005. Johns Hopkins took the team title with 23 points, followed by Dickinson (50) and Swarthmore (85). The Diplomats ended with 161 points on the 6k course.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s cross country team picked up a third-place finish out of 13 teams at the Hood College Open on Saturday with 63 points. Emma Frazier was F&M’s top finisher in eighth place with a time of 23:46.1. Eastern was the top team at 28 points.
Emma Frazier and Alexis Salerno finished 70th and 73rd respectively to lead Franklin & Marshall to a 14th place finish at the Paul Short Run hosted by Lehigh. The event covered a 6k course and featured 375 runners from 45 schools.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s cross country team continued its upward trajectory in its 2018 campaign, tallying two top-5 finishes on the year, as well as a 29th-place showing at the NCAA Mid-East Regionals on Nov. 10.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s cross country team registered a seventh-place finish out of 10 competitors at Saturday’s 2018 Centennial Conference (CC) Championship, hosted by Haverford. The Diplomats totaled a 204 team score.
Alexis Salerno and Elizabeth O’Connell finished in the top-20 to lead Franklin & Marshall to a fifth place at the Cathcart Invitational hosted by Salisbury on Saturday. The 6k course featured 102 runners from 12 schools.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s cross country team finished 30th at this year’s NCAA Mideast Region Cross Country Championship hosted by Dickinson College. Johns Hopkins took first place, led by Ellie Clawson who finished with a time of 21:33.5.
Emma Frazier took 25th to lead Franklin & Marshall at the 2017 Centennial Conference (CC) Championship, hosted by Gettysburg on Sunday afternoon. The Diplomats finished eighth with 234 team points, while Johns Hopkins took the team title with 25 points.
Franklin & Marshall's women's cross country team took third at the Hood College Open Saturday afternoon. The Diplomats finished with 86 points while Catholic took the top spot at 55 and St. Mary's placed second with 71 points.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s cross country team took the team title at the Battle for the Buggy hosted by Millersville on Saturday morning. The Diplomats had 26 points narrowly defeating Chestnut Hill at 30 points.
Franklin and Marshall women’s cross country team placed 26th at the Paul Short Invitational Women’s White 6K race hosted by Lehigh University on Friday evening. Wesleyan finished first while Gettysburg followed in second.
LANCASTER, Pa. – Franklin & Marshall’s women’s cross country team is set to begin the 2017 season on Friday, traveling to Dickinson for the annual Little Three meet at 6:00 p.m. The Diplomats look to improve on a middle of the pack finish at regionals last year with a strong returning roster.
Franklin & Marshall finished 30th at the Mid-East Regionals hosted by DeSales University on Saturday. Johns Hopkins claimed the team title led by Felicia Koerner who won the event with a time of 21:12.
Grace Adams finished in 36th place to lead Franklin & Marshall at the 2016 Centennial Conference (CC) Cross Country Championships on Saturday afternoon at Haverford College. The Diplomats finished with a total of 243 points to take eighth place, while the team title went to Johns Hopkins with 21.
Franklin & Marshall placed four runners in the top 10 en route to a first-place team finish on Saturday at the Alvernia Invitational. The Diplomats collected just 33 points on the day, while hosts Alvernia finished second with 46.