Eagles Women Finished 18th While the Men Finished 14th

Nov. 10, 2007

Women's Results
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The Eastern Washington University men's and women's cross country teams finished 14th and 18th, respectively, at the NCAA West Regional Championships Saturday (Nov. 10) in Eugene, Oregon.

In the 6,000-meter race on the women's side, the top finisher for the Eagles was Mattie Bridgmon, who placed 20th with a time of 21:01.35. Last year, Bridgmon finished 69th with a time of 23:08.52.

Following Bridgmon was Samantha Modderman, who placed 68th with a time of 21:51.45. Next for the Eagles was Amber Nickelson (118th, 22:37.25), who placed 107th with a time of 23:39.91 last year. She was followed by Kiri Garruto (135th, 22:50.90), monica Prunty (153rd, 23:11.65), Nikki Buchholtz (196th, 24:55.10) and Whitney Johnson (198th, 24:56.55).

Stanford won the championship and Oregon placed second.

In the 10,000-meter run on the men's side, the top finisher for the Eagles was Paul Limpf, who placed 45th with a time of 31:17.40. Last year, Limpf placed 53rd with a time of 31:49.91.

Rounding off the Eagle men were Alex Smyth (71st, 32:01.70), Graham Vaux (112th, 32:59.15), Bowe Ebding (129th, 33:32.30), Tyler Justice (138th, 33:49.95), Andrew Marks (157th, 34:38.25) and Erik Walter (158th, 34:42.05). Marks placed 151st last year with a time of 35:12.28.

Top teams for the men were Oregon (champion) and Portland (second).

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