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Cross Country Ends Season at Regionals

November 13, 1999

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -The Vanderbilt cross country teams ended their 1999 campaigns at the NCAA South Region Qualifying Meet at Indian Pines Golf Course in Auburn, Ala. The women's team finished 12th with 284 points and the men finished 21st with 637 points.

Leading the way once again for the women's squad was Beth Van Dusen, who covered the 5K course in a time of 17:15.28 to finish 10th. Rounding out the top five for the women's team were Colleen Byrne (54th, 18:20.90), Lauren Price (71st, 18:39.93), Kylene Kownurko (79th, 18:46.63) and Keri Freeman (84th, 18:52.40).

The top runner on the men's side was Michael Brookshire, who finished 125th with a time of 33:55.27 on the 10K course. Rounding out the top five for the men's team were Alan Hendrick (132nd, 34:16.04), Nitin Jhamb (133rd, 34:17.21), Mark Rosenthal (144th, 35:05.10) and Ryan Williams (148th, 35:27.70).

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
Women
Finish	Runner	Time
10.	Beth Van Dusen	17:15.28
54.	Colleen Byrne	18:20.90
71.	Lauren Price	18:39.93
79.	Kylene Kownurko	18:46.63
84.	Keri Freeman	18:52.40
95.	Kim Trenbath	19:07.49
106.	Kelly Howisey	19:15.49


TOP-5 TEAM RESULTS
Women
Finish	Team	Points
1.	South Florida	70
2.	Florida		89
3.	Belmont		154
4.	Georgia Tech 	175
5.	Georgia		177

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
Men
Finish	Runner	Time
125.	Michael Brookshire	33:55.27
132.	Alan Hendrick		34:16.04
133.	Nitin Jhamb		34:17.21
144.	Mark Rosenthal		35:05.10
148.	Ryan Williams		35:27.70
149.	Christopher Oksala	36:21.75
151.	Mark Harris		36:29.96

TOP-5 TEAM RESULTS
Men
Finish	Team	Points
1.	Southern Miss.	67
2.	Alabama		83
3.	South Florida	91
4.	Tennessee	113
5.	Florida		135

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