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Stanford sweeps own cross country invitational

Freshmen Chris Derrick (men) and Laurynne Chetelat (women) lead the way

It's still early in the cross country season, but both Stanford men's and women's teams began to put their footprints on the national scene by winning their respective races in the Stanford Invitational on Saturday.

Freshmen Chris Derrick finished third in the men's 8,000 race and freshman Laurynne Chetelat finished fourth in the women's 6,000 race to pace the Cardinal.

The men won with 39 points, while the women won with 43 points.

Seniors Garrett Heath and Hakon DeVries finished fifth and eighth respectively.

For the women, seniors Katie Harrington and Alicia Follmar moved up throughout the race to finish fifth and seventh, respectively. Harrington crossed the line with a time of 21:19, while Follmar clocked a time of 21:22.

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Stanford travels to the UC Davis Invitational next Saturday.

Stanford Invitational

at Stanford Golf Course

Men, 8,000 meters

Team leaders: 1, Stanford 39; 2, California 87; 3, Arkansas 103; 4, Chico State 122; 5, UC Santa Barbara 142; 6, Asuza Pacific 219; 7, UC Davis 232; 8, UC Irvine 249; 9, Long Beach State 287; 10, Academy of Act 348.

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Individual leaders: 1, Scotty Bauhs (Chico State) 23:45; 2, Aron Rono (Azusa Pacific) 23:53; 3, Chris Derrick (Stanford) 24:18; 4, Scott MacPherson (Arkansas) 24:23; 5, Garrett Heath (Stanford) 24:25; 6, Yosef Ghebray (Cal) 24:28; 7, Mark Matusak (Cal) 24:30; 8, Hakon DeVries (Stanford) 24:32; 9, Scott Smith (UCSB) 24:37; 10, Lane Boyer (Arkansas) 24:40; 11, Brendan Gregg (Stanford) 24:42; 12, Elliott Heath (Stanford) 24:43. 31, J.T. Sullivan (Stanford) 25:29; 65, Jacob Evans (Stanford) 26:04; 66, Chris Mocko (Stanford) 26:06.

Women, 6,000 meters

Team leaders: 1, Stanford 43; 2, UC Davis 122; 3, Asuza Pacific 183; 4, California 191; 5, UCLA 202; 6, UC Irvine 227; 6, Chico State 227; 6, Utah 227; 9, UC Santa Barbara 261; 10, USF 314.

Individual leaders: 1,Laura Olvera (UC Irvine) 20:42; 2, Jacky Kipwambok (Azusa Pacific) 20:50; 3, Kim Conley (UC Davis) 21:12; 4, Laurynne Chetelat (Stanford) 21:14; 5, Katie Harrington (Stanford) 21:19; 6, Jessica Pixler (Seattle Pacific) 21:22; 7, Alicia Follmar (Stanford) 21:22; 8, Tara Erdmann (LMU) 21:25; 9, Renee Graham (Azusa Pacific) 21:27; 10, Danielle Domenichelli (UCSB) 21:28. 12, Georgia Griffin (Stanford) 21:39; 15, Emilie Amaro (Stanford) 21:50; 21, Stephanie Marcy (Stanford) 22:01; 42, Maddie O'Meara (Stanford) 22:32.

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Stanford sweeps own cross country invitational

Freshmen Chris Derrick (men) and Laurynne Chetelat (women) lead the way

by Staff Report / Palo Alto Online

Uploaded: Sat, Sep 27, 2008, 8:16 pm

It's still early in the cross country season, but both Stanford men's and women's teams began to put their footprints on the national scene by winning their respective races in the Stanford Invitational on Saturday.

Freshmen Chris Derrick finished third in the men's 8,000 race and freshman Laurynne Chetelat finished fourth in the women's 6,000 race to pace the Cardinal.

The men won with 39 points, while the women won with 43 points.

Seniors Garrett Heath and Hakon DeVries finished fifth and eighth respectively.

For the women, seniors Katie Harrington and Alicia Follmar moved up throughout the race to finish fifth and seventh, respectively. Harrington crossed the line with a time of 21:19, while Follmar clocked a time of 21:22.

Stanford travels to the UC Davis Invitational next Saturday.

Stanford Invitational

at Stanford Golf Course

Men, 8,000 meters

Team leaders: 1, Stanford 39; 2, California 87; 3, Arkansas 103; 4, Chico State 122; 5, UC Santa Barbara 142; 6, Asuza Pacific 219; 7, UC Davis 232; 8, UC Irvine 249; 9, Long Beach State 287; 10, Academy of Act 348.

Individual leaders: 1, Scotty Bauhs (Chico State) 23:45; 2, Aron Rono (Azusa Pacific) 23:53; 3, Chris Derrick (Stanford) 24:18; 4, Scott MacPherson (Arkansas) 24:23; 5, Garrett Heath (Stanford) 24:25; 6, Yosef Ghebray (Cal) 24:28; 7, Mark Matusak (Cal) 24:30; 8, Hakon DeVries (Stanford) 24:32; 9, Scott Smith (UCSB) 24:37; 10, Lane Boyer (Arkansas) 24:40; 11, Brendan Gregg (Stanford) 24:42; 12, Elliott Heath (Stanford) 24:43. 31, J.T. Sullivan (Stanford) 25:29; 65, Jacob Evans (Stanford) 26:04; 66, Chris Mocko (Stanford) 26:06.

Women, 6,000 meters

Team leaders: 1, Stanford 43; 2, UC Davis 122; 3, Asuza Pacific 183; 4, California 191; 5, UCLA 202; 6, UC Irvine 227; 6, Chico State 227; 6, Utah 227; 9, UC Santa Barbara 261; 10, USF 314.

Individual leaders: 1,Laura Olvera (UC Irvine) 20:42; 2, Jacky Kipwambok (Azusa Pacific) 20:50; 3, Kim Conley (UC Davis) 21:12; 4, Laurynne Chetelat (Stanford) 21:14; 5, Katie Harrington (Stanford) 21:19; 6, Jessica Pixler (Seattle Pacific) 21:22; 7, Alicia Follmar (Stanford) 21:22; 8, Tara Erdmann (LMU) 21:25; 9, Renee Graham (Azusa Pacific) 21:27; 10, Danielle Domenichelli (UCSB) 21:28. 12, Georgia Griffin (Stanford) 21:39; 15, Emilie Amaro (Stanford) 21:50; 21, Stephanie Marcy (Stanford) 22:01; 42, Maddie O'Meara (Stanford) 22:32.

Comments

Leslie
Palo Alto High School
on Sep 29, 2008 at 6:39 pm
Leslie, Palo Alto High School
on Sep 29, 2008 at 6:39 pm

Wonderful race with excellent Stanford performances!

If you'd like to read about how local Palo Alto kids did, follow one of these links to see an article from Palo Alto High School!

Boys' cross country:
Web Link

Girls' cross country:
Web Link


Shannee Braun
Palo Alto High School
on Oct 3, 2008 at 12:53 pm
Shannee Braun, Palo Alto High School
on Oct 3, 2008 at 12:53 pm

Great Race!
See results on Paly boy's cross country:
Web Link


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