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Van Dusen Leads Women's Cross Country to 7th Place

October 1, 1999

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Beth Van Dusen posted a school-record time to lead the Vanderbilt women's cross country team to a seventh-place finish at the Auburn Pre-Regional in Auburn, Ala. The Commodore women totaled 220 points in the 30-team preview of the South Regional that will be competed on the same course in November.

Van Dusen covered the 5K course in a time of 17:07.89 to finish fourth overall and second among Division I runners. This is the third time in three races Van Dusen has led the Commodores after having never led the team before this season.

The Vanderbilt men finished the Auburn Pre-Regional 27th out of 33 teams with a team total of 755 points. Leading the way for the Dores was freshman Alan Hendrick, who posted a time of 27:24.50 to finish 142nd in just his third collegiate race.

Vanderbilt will be back in action Oct. 16 when the Commodores travel to Chattanooga to compete in the Front Runner Invitational. Some members of the women's team will be traveling to Bloomington, Ind., to compete in the NCAA Preview.

Finish	Runner		Time
4	Beth Van Dusen	17:07.89
30	Kristin Jumer	17:45.13
58	Kylene Kownurko	18:19.89
64	Colleen Byrne	18:24.70
80	Lauren Price	18:41.71
85	Kelly Howisey	18:43.49
93	Kim Trenbath	18:50.44
111	Keri Freeman	19:10.28
121	Cicely Campbell	19:21.29
125	Allison Pink	19:23.78

Finish	Runner			Time
142	Alan Hendrick		27:24.50
160	Nitin Jhamb		27:47.53
177	Michael Brookshire	28:13.80
202	Christopher Oksala	28:44.82
205	Ryan Williams		28:46.59
225	Mark Harris		29:42.65
233	Michael Masterson	30:02.67
235	Mark Rosenthal		30:10.12
241	David Brogan		30:33.18

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