Southern Arkansas women

The Southern Arkansas University women's cross country team in Arkadelphia.

ARKADELPHIA – The Southern Arkansas women’s cross country team notched their second consecutive third-place finish on the season on Friday at the Bob Gravett Invitational, finishing only eight points off second-place Harding.

Carley Hale set the pace for the Muleriders once again, crossing the finish line third at 19:51.4, only 25 seconds off first place.

Alyssa Dohm and Leah Sanders finished 9th and 10th, respectively, on times of 20:25.5 and 20:28.3.

Place    Team                          Total Score      Total Time

1st       Tarleton State             33                   1:40:45

2nd      Harding                      49                   1:42:26

3rd       Southern Arkansas      57                   1:42:33

4th       Ouachita Baptist         91                    1:47:31

5th       Arkansas-Monticello    154                  2:11:27

Place      (Scoring)      Name                         Total Time

3rd        (3rd)            Carley Hale                 19:51.4

9th        (9th)            Alyssa Dohm               20:25.5

10th      (10th)           Leah Sanders             20:28.3

16th      (16th)           Paige Loehding           20:51.9

19th      (19th)           Karly Anderson           20:55.5

21st      (21st)           Cecilia Quesada           21:08.5

24th      (23rd)           Francine Ansley          21:37.7

25th                          Kendall Hays              21:40.1

31st                          Alyssa Solis                22:18.4

32nd                         Michelle Donohue        22:30.8

The Muleriders are back in action next Saturday in Missouri to compete in the Southern Stampede hosted by Missouri Southern.

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