Fitchburg State places fifth overall with 121 points
Paxton, Mass. – The Fitchburg State University women's cross country competed in the 2017 Worcester City Meet this afternoon at Moore State Park, placing fifth overall with a total of 121 points.
Score: Fifth Place, 121 Points
How It Happened
Fitchburg State was led by junior Amy Kelly (Stoughton, Mass.), who placed tenth overall with a time of 21:39 to earn a top ten collegiate runner award, while senior Casey Taylor (Chelmsford, Mass.) followed in 20th place, posting a time of 22:29 over the 5K course.
Rounding out the top seven efforts for the Green and Gold were freshman Danielle Neild (Auburn, N.H.) (31:27), classmate Isabella Denio-Miller (Washington, Ind.) (33:33) and fellow newcomer Rene Gagne (North Attleboro, Mass.) (33:34).
Inside the Numbers
Fitchburg State placed fifth overall at last year's Worcester City Meet with a total of 153points
Worcester State claimed first place by amassing a total of 22 points
Junior Mia Rogers (N. Dighton, Mass.) of Worcester State crossed the finish line first with a time of 19:20
The Falcons will compete in the 2017 Keene State Invitational next Saturday for a meet starting at 11 AM.