GREENWOOD, Ind. - The Oberlin College Inter-Regionals Rumble meet was held on Saturday in Oberlin, Ohio, and Rose-Hulman led the three-team HCAC field with a 14th place finish.
Rose-Hulman junior Kally Morozin (Libertyville, Ill. / Carmel) led the Fightin' Engineers with a 34th place finish at the Inter-Regional Rumble. Morozin finished the 6K race with a time of 23:25.0 at the meet.
Manchester sophomore Hannah Wappes (Columbia City, Ind. / Columbia City) helped Manchester place 15th out of 29 teams at the Oberlin Inter-Regional Rumble on Saturday. Wappes finished eighth out of 240 runners with a 6K time of 22:36.
Bluffton also competed in the Rumble and finished behind Rose-Hulman and Manchester in 16th place.
Six Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference teams traveled to Wilmington, Ohio on Friday to participate in the annual #JennaStrongFallClassic.
The field for the classic was filled with 32 participating teams and Anderson University led the HCAC teams with a 20th place finish. Franklin College finished 21st, Hanover placed 23rd, and Transylvania (27th) and Mount St. Joseph (29th) rounded out the HCAC field. Defiance also participated at the meet and did not post a team score.
The Earlham Quakers competed in Glassboro, N.J. at the Inter-Regional Boarder Battle and finished in 22nd place.
The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women's cross country teams will not compete this weekend. The next time the HCAC will be in action will be at the HCAC Cross Country Championships hosted by Manchester University on October 28th.
For the 2017 HCAC women's cross country schedule and results, click here.