Fitchburg State places sixth overall with 168 points
Keene, N.H.. – The Fitchburg State University women's cross country team placed sixth overall at the 2017 Keene State College Invitational this afternoon after totaling 168 points.
Score: Sixth Place, 168 Points
How It Happened
The Falcons were led this afternoon by junior Amy Kelly (Stoughton, Mass.), who placed 21st overall with a time of 20:27, while classmate Casey Taylor (Chelmsford, Mass.) posted a time of 20:41 with a 28th place finish over the 5K layou
Freshman Kambrynn Bowman (Norton, Mass.) followed with a time of 21:19, while junior Jennifer Desilvestre (Beverly, Mass.) entered the chute with a time of 25:48. Sophomore Danielle Neild (Auburn, N.H.) and freshman Isabella Denio-Miller (Jasper, Ind.) rounded out the Falcons top efforts with times of 27:43 and 28:12 respectively.
Inside the Numbers
Fitchburg State placed fifth overall at last year's Keene State Invite with a total of 168 points
Brandeis claimed first place by amassing a total of 27 points
Junior Emily Bryson (Quincy, Mass.) of Brandeis University won the meet with a time of 17:38.
The Falcons will compete in the 2017 James Early Memorial Invitational, hosted by Westfield State University next Saturday at 12:00 p.m.