LYNDONVILLE, Vt. – Maine Maritime Academy women's cross country competed at the 2019 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Championship on Saturday, on the campus of Northern Vermont University-Lyndon.
Senior Nerissa Cyr (Caribou, Maine) led the Mariners as she placed 20th out of 63 runners with a time of 26:28.7 on the 5k course. Freshman Lily Cook (Southwest Harbor, Maine) finished three spots behind Cyr in 23rd place with a time of 27:05.2.
SUNY Delhi took team first place with a score of 29 including have four runners in the top 10. Husson finished second with 48 points, UMaine-Farmington third (68), NVU-Lyndon fourth (124), followed by UMaine-Presque Isle (132), NVU-Johnson (144), and SUNY Canton (184).
Farmington's Katie LeBlanc won the NAC Individual title with a time of 22:06.4, 53 seconds ahead of defending NAC Champion, Lyndon's Zosia Prince who finished with a time of 22:59.4.
The Mariners will return to action when they head to NCAA Regionals, hosted by Bowdoin College, at 11:00 AM.