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Women’s 10000m Final: Thursday, 7:20 pm ET Freshman Hannah Oneda (35:58.21) and sophomore Frances Loeb (36:20.20) are seeded 10th and 19th, respectively, having run the 10000m just once this season. The heavy favorite on paper is Calvin’s Nicole Michmerhuizen, who ran a 34:09.96 on April 5 -- the seventh fastest time in Division III history. There are no returning All-Americans in the field. Oneda PR: 35:58.21 (Hopkins Record) Loeb PR: 36:20.20 Average Winning Time: 35:15 Average 8th Place Finish: 36:23
The Loyola University Maryland women's track and field team will serve as co-host on Saturday to the 2013 Loyola-Johns Hopkins Track & Field Invitational. (via www.loyolagreyhounds.com)
Division III Champ Johns Hopkins Named DIII Cross Country Women’s Scholar Team of the Year (via USTFCCCA)
Freshman Hannah Oneda is seeded first in the 3,000-meter run by an incredible 23 seconds. The rookie broke the conference record in the event with a time of 9:34.95 at the Penn State Invitational. It is the sixth fastest time in Division III history. Samantha Mayden of Muhlenberg is seeded second (9:59.33), while the Jays' Courtney Kelly is fourth (10:20.22).
Four Records Broken at Princeton New Year's Invitational Three Freshmen Set Records in College Debuts
Check out the sights and sounds from the Blue Jays first National Championship in program history.
Paced by a 10th-place finish from Hannah Oneda, Johns Hopkins took home its first cross country national crown and first women’s national title in any sport. Hopkins defeated runner-up Wartburg by 63 points. Championship Results | Championship Field More: Championship Info | History (via www.ncaa.com)
Packed doesn't begin to describe Hannah Oneda's schedule. While it's common for freshmen to falter and sludge their way through their first semester at college, and take to liberties in exploring their newfound freedom, the Johns Hopkins cross country runner from Winters Mill has hit the ground running — literally and figuratively. (via baltimoresun.com)
MIDEAST REGION – Hannah Oneda, Johns Hopkins A freshman from Westminster, Md., Oneda was the winner of the Mideast by over five seconds and led the Blue Jays to the regional title. Oneda has won five races this fall, including the Centennial League crown and Pre-National Invitational. Region Award Winners in Division III Announced for 2012 Cross Country (via USTFCCCA)
CARLISLE, PA - The second-ranked Johns Hopkins women's cross country team captured its fifth consecutive NCAA Division III Mid-East Regional Championship title as freshmanHannah Oneda cruised to her fifth win of the season. The victory ensured the Blue Jay women a sixth-straight trip to the NCAA Championship.
Johns Hopkins continues to remain #1 in the DIII Mideast Region led by Hannah Oneda DIII Regional Cross Country Rankings: 2012 Week #3 (via USTFCCCA)
Domination is a foreign concept in the modern-day world of sports. Champions rarely repeat, and the playing field seems more level than ever. (via )
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Carey Takes First in the Unseeded 800-meter Run
Clarke, Eckstein Place in Top 20 for Blue Jays
Clarke Leads 10th-Ranked JHU to Fourth-Straight Title JHU Captured the Centennial Conference Title for Fourth-Straight Time Sophmore Holly Clarke finished third at Centennial Championships. Oct. 29, 2011 NEWVILLE, PA - Despite running in snow, the Johns Hopkins women's cross country team captured the Centennial Conference crown for the fourth-straight year behind sophomore Holly Clarke's third place finish, Saturday morning. The Blue Jays finished with a team score of 43 points, just nine points ahead of Haverford (52 points) and 26 ahead of host, Dickinson (69). Hopkins placed three runners in the top-ten including Clarke's third place time. Clarke finished the race at 23:49.7. The freshmen duo of Hannah Eckstein and Ashley Murphycame in at eighth and ninth, respectively within one second of each other with times of 24:45 and 24:46. Sophomore Lillian Murphy finished 15th with a time of 25:10 while freshman Lindsey Sanborn rounded out the scoring runners for Hopkins in 19th coming in with a time of 25:32. The Blue Jays return to action on November 12 at the NCAA Mideast Regional Championships in Center Valley, PA.
Katie Ogden led the Tigers to the Baltimore Metro Meet championship at McDaniel College on Friday afternoon. (via TowsonTigers.com)
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