2017 Wilmington College Women's Cross Country News

  • Helmke leads @DubC_XCTR women in JennaStrong
    October 13, 2017
    The Wilmington College women’s cross country team played host to the JennaStrong Fall Classic Friday afternoon. The annual meet honors fallen teammate Jenna Parlette who collapsed while in the lead of a race her junior year (2013). The event brought 32 teams, many individual runners, and Wilmington alumni to Wilmington’s campus this year. In the field, the Fightin’ Quakers finished 28th- two spots ahead of last year.
  • Hamm paces DubC_XCTR women at Eagle Invite
    October 06, 2017
    WARRENVILLE, IL- The Wilmington College women’s cross country team competed at the Benedictine University Eagle Invitational on Friday afternoon. Three freshmen and one sophomore represented the Fightin’ Quakers at the invitational, taking on their first-ever collegiate 6K race.
  • Helmke leads @DubC_XCTR women
    September 30, 2017
    LOUISVILLE, KY- The Wilmington College women’s cross country team competed in the Louisville Classic Cross Country Meet Saturday. In the ‘Other Division’ Silver category, the Fightin’ Quakers finished 30th with an average time of 23:14.23.
  • @DubC_XCTR women claim first in home tri-meet
    September 07, 2017
    WILMINGTON- The Wilmington College women’s cross country team demonstrated their depth tonight in a home tri-meet against Thomas More College and Notre Dame College. With a team made up entirely of freshman and sophomore runners, the Fightin’ Quakers finished the meet in first-place, only one point ahead of the second-place team, Thomas More.
    September 01, 2017
    The Wilmington College Fightin’ Quakers men’s and women’s cross country teams are deep in the midst of a rebuild, but like typical distance runners- they’re persevering. They’re welcoming the challenge, and they’re ready to take on the season.
  • @DubC_XCTR women second in season opener
    September 01, 2017
    NEW CONCORD- The Wilmington College women’s cross country team opened the 2017 season at the Muskingum invite tonight. The youthful Fightin’ Quakers team, made up entirely of freshmen and sophomore runners, finished the meet solidly in second-place with 48 points, 28 points ahead of the third-place team.