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2007 NCAC Women's Runners of the Week

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October 14, 2007

Freshman Laura Brady (Tyngboro, MA/Exeter) led Kenyon with a 12th-place 
finish (22:23 over 6,000 meters) at the Calvin Pre-Regional meet. She 
was the top NCAC finisher at the meet and led the Ladies to a fourth-
place team finish.
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October 7, 2007

Oberlin freshman Joanna Johnson (Chico, CA/Chico) was the top NCAC 
finisher at the All-Ohio Championships with a fourth of 142 place finish. 
Johnson covered the 5K course in 19:57, leading the Yeowomen to a fourth 
of 22 team finish in the Division III race.
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October 2, 2007

Freshman Katie Stancik (South Russell, OH/Chagrin Falls) was the top 
Allegheny woman with a 17th-place overall finish at the Lehigh Paul 
Short Run. She completed the 6,000-meter course in 23:23 as the Gators 
finished fourth of 32 teams.
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September 23, 2007

Ohio Wesleyan junior Leah Schmelzer (Marion, OH/Mt. Pleasant) placed 
eighth of 181 runners at the Otterbein Invitational. She finished the 
six kilometer race in 23:07 as the Bishops placed second of 16 teams. 
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September 16, 2007

Kenyon junior Jessica Francois (Yorktown Hts, NY/Yorktown) placed 16th at 
the Cedarville Invitational. She was the second Division III runner to 
finish the course. Francois led the Ladies to a third-of-19 team finish 
with a time of 19:09.
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September 9, 2007

Denison freshman Brooke Boening (Harper's Ferry, WV/Jefferson) won the 
individual title at the GLCA Championships. She beat the field of 133 
runners with a time of 19:17 over 5,000 meters. Boening led the Big Red 
to a third of eight team finish.
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September 4, 2007

Ohio Wesleyan sophomore Sarah Shinn (Edinboro, PA/General McLane) placed 
second in the college division and was 25th of 111 runners overall at 
the U. of Dayton Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 1. She covered the 
5000-meter course in 19:34 and led OWU to a first-of-four college 
division finish.
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