Kubisiak, a sophomore from Abbottstown, Pa., placed 44th out of 509 competitors at the UW-Oshkosh Brooks Invitational at the Lake Breeze Golf Course in Wisconsin. Her six-kilometer time of 22:49.15 is the second fastest in the ODAC this season. The event featured several of the top NCAA Division III programs in the country, including three in the top-10 of the USTFCCCA's national poll. Kubisiak's efforts helped BC to a 16th place showing in the team standings (456 pts.).
Women's Cross Country Honor Roll
Hannah Chappel-Dick, Eastern
Mennonite (So. - Bluffton, Ohio)
Chappel-Dick placed 57th overall, fourth among non-NCAA Division I runners and first among NCAA Division III competitors at the Blue Ridge Open. She posted a 5K time of 19:24.23, establishing a new personal-best at that distance. Her time, which shave 23 seconds off her previous best, is the second-fastest in the 5K this season.
Rebecca Reyna, Guilford (So. - Liberty, N.C.)
Reyna led Guilford at the Blue Ridge Open by placed 27th among non-NCAA Division I runners with a time of 21:59.67 on the 5K course. It is the fastest 5K time in GC women's cross country history.
Naomi Tice, Lynchburg (Sr. - Houston, Texas)
Tice posted a 5K time of 20:38.48 at the Blue Ridge Open, placing her 13th among non-NCAA Division I competitors and 134th overall.
Kerri Dalton, Roanoke (Fr. - Roanoke, Va.)
Dalton posted a 6K time of 24:23.4 at the CNU Invitational, which placed her 25th overall.
Annelise Madison, Washington and Lee (Sr. - Roca, Neb.)
Madison placed 10th overall and eighth among non-NCAA Division III runners at the CNU Invitational with a 6K time of 22:55.00. The time is a new career-best for Madison, beating her previous mark by nearly two seconds.