Women’s XC competes at Oberlin Inter-Regional Rumble

Jasmine Lorenzana

OBERLIN, Ohio – Junior Shabnam Fayyaz was the top finisher for Earlham College women's cross country at Saturday's Oberlin College Inter-Regional Rumble.

Fayyaz completed the 6K course in 24:59.5, placing 202nd overall and 174th in points. There were a total of 283 runners in the event.

Sophomore Remy Haggerty was 203rd overall, 175th in points, with a time of 25:00.7, and sophomore Shianna Bellingham was not far behind in 212th place, 181st in points, with a time of 25:12.0.

Freshman Elena Stirn completed the course in 26:18.6, 243rd overall and 201st in points, while junior Mairead Blatner was 245th overall, 203rd in points, with a time of 26:23.0.

Sophomore Jasmine Lorenzana (26:46.9, 256th/210nd points) and first year Greta Shaffer (26:54.4, 257th/211nd points) were pushers for the Quakers.

Oberlin College won the event with 104 points, with three runners among the top 20 individual finishers. Earlham finished 32nd in the team standings with 934 points.

Saturday's Oberlin Inter-Regional Rumble was Earlham's final tune-up before the HCAC Cross Country Championships, which will be held Sunday, Nov. 3, in Terre Haute, Ind.