Neeld led the women, who placed 14th in the sub-varsity race, with a time of 21:12.8, which was 108th overall and worth 68 points. Senior Emma MacIntyre (Grand Island, NY) was the next Engineer to cross the finish line with a 116th-place (74), 21:20.3. Freshman Amanda Lowther (Syracuse, NY) came home 136th (83) with a time of 21:46.3. Senior Gina Capobianco (Colonie, NY) completed the course in 22:38.4, good for 159th (99 - 22:38.4) and freshman Madison Perry (Biddeford, ME) was not far behind in 162nd (101 – 22:40.8).
The men only had three representatives with Kahn placing 62nd (28:01.0). Freshman Ben Steeves (Hollis, ME) made his debut for the Crimson and Gray, clocking a 29:00.5 to finish 99th. Sophomore Kevin O'Driscoll (Norwell, MA) was 107th with a time of 29:11.0.
The No. 9 teams in New England usual suspects return next week for a very competitive meet at Rowan.