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College Cross Country: Southeast Regional

Catawba Sports Information

MONTEVALLO, Ala. — Freshman Hannah Mercer (Lexington, N.C./N. Davidson) set a new women’s 6k record on Saturday morning at the NCAA II Southeast Regional Meet which was run at the University of Montevallo Cross Country Course. The Catawba women placed 12th among 27 schools while the men were 18th out of a field of 24.
Mercer covered the course in a time of 22:53 to lower the school mark by more than a second over the previous best of 23:57 set by Rory Godsey in 2004. Mercer placed 31st at the meet.
Five women’s runners posted top 10 times in a 6k. Abbie Adams (Piedmont, S.C./Wren) notched the third best time in history with a 24:04 and Patience Hunt (Lexington, N.C./W. Davidson) ran a 24:10 to equal the fourth-best time. Nikki Elminowski (Monroe, N.C./Piedmont) clocked in with the seventh best time (24:21) and Kim Deschka (Kiel, Germany) tied the eight best time at 24:39.
The men also had several times among the top 10 in school history. Curtis Carmack (Miamisburg, Ohio/Miamisburg) led the Indians with a 67th-place finish. His time of 33:10 was the third best 10k on record. Drew Lake (Greensboro, N.C./Page) clocked in at 33:41 for the fourth-best time and freshman Michal Swepson (Durham, N.C./Research Triangle) posted the sixth best time at 34:31. Ian Buff (Winston-Salem, N.C./Glenn) claimed the 10th spot with his time of 35:23.

Women
1. Montevallo 41, 2. Queens 47, 3. Wingate 98, 4. Anderson 170, 5. North Georgia 199, 6. Mount Olive 219, 7. Augusta 249, 8. Flagler 263, 9. Limestone 270, 10. UNC Pembroke 285, 11. Georgia College 285, 12. CATAWBA 329, 13. North Greenville 393, 14. Columbus St. 431, 15. Lenoir-Rhyne 473, 16. Pfeiffer 475, 17. Carson-Newman 477, 18. Belmont Abbey 499, 19. Young Harris 521, 20. Armstrong St. 530, 21. Mars Hill 556, 22. King 564, 23. Clayton State 570, 24. Georgia Southwestern 606, 25. Tusculum 626, 26. Newberry 690, 27. USC Aiken 776.

Catawba Individuals
31. Hannah Mercer, 22:53
72. Abbie Adams, 24:04
74. Patience Hunt, 24:10
79. Nikki Elminowski, 24:21
88. Kim Deschka, 24:39
101. Morgan Grubb, 24:54
146. Jordan Hunt, 26:29

Men
1. Mount Olive 57, 2. Mars Hill 77, 3. Queens 101, 4. Flagler 133, 5. Augusta 177, 6. Montevallo 194, 7. UNC Pembroke 214, 8. Lincoln Memorial 247, 9. Anderson 269, 10. Young Harris 316, 11. Lees-McRae 336, 12. Georgia College 341, 13. Columbus St. 345, 14. Wingate 345, 15. Lenoir-Rhyne 350, 16. Armstrong St. 371, 17. Clayton St. 381, 18. CATAWBA 495, 19. Carson-Newman 501, 20. Newberry 558, 21. Tusculum 602, 22. Francis Marion 606, 23. Pfeiffer 632, 24. Belmont Abbey 684.

Catawba Individuals
67. Curtis Carmack, 33:10
85. Drew Lake, 33:41
112. Michal Swepson, 34:31
131. Ian Buff, 35:23
141. Korby Chappell, 35:44
151. Henry Brenner, 37:12

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