SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2004
Women's Cross Country Ranks Eighth in A-Sun Championships; Men 11th
Oct. 30, 2004
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Jacksonville University women's cross country team finished eighth in the Atlantic Sun Championships on the 5K course while the men's team finished 11th in the 8K competition at Percy Warner Park Saturday morning. Freshman Fallon Heffernan (Neptune Beach, Fla.) led the Dolphin women, finishing 19th with a time of 19:37.49.
Junior Lindsay Moffenbier (McDonough, Ga.) placed 21st with her time of 19:43.23, while freshman Danielle Coyle (New Port Richey, Fla.) ranked 41st (20:31.48). Senior Christina Bensi (Troy, N.Y.) ranked 47th with a time of 20:43.67, with junior Rachel Garvin (Denton, Texas) finishing 51st (21:03.25). Sophomore Stacey Ollar (Jacksonville/Mandarin) placed 56th with a time of 21:15.72, while junior Keiona Frenche (Riverdale, Md.) ranking 58th with a time of 21:21.37. Junior Jennifer Tyler (Jupiter, Fla.) finished 59th (21:24.05).
JU's men were led by freshman Jeff Wolf (Ft. Myers, Fla.), who finished 34th (29:33.81). Freshman Trebor DeVerter (Cayuga, In.) placed 55th (31:38.42), with sophomore Jason Coates (Jacksonville) ranking 61st, crossing the finish line in 32:52.26. Freshman Jared Baehr (Springfield, Mo.) finished 62nd with a time of 33.13.89, while junior John Hoffman (Orange Park, Fla.) placed 67th (34:24.77)
Host Belmont swept the team titles for the third straight year, winning the women's side with 35 points while taking the men's championship with 31 points. This is the Bruins' fourth straight women's A-Sun Championship. Jenn Feenstra of Georgia State took home the women's individual title, completing the 5K course in 18:14.89. Belmont's Ryan Snellen won the men's individual crown with a time of 26:37.56, beating teammate Jacob Buckman by only .25 seconds.
Atlantic Sun Championships
JU Individual Results (5K)
Men's Team Results
JU Individual Results (8K)
2004-05 WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD