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Courtney Welling Finishes in Top 30 at CCC Meet

Sophomore Karlee Coffey of Eastern Oregon won the individual title with a time of 18:34.67.

Corban Warriors

(Klamath Falls, Oregon) - Junior Courtney Welling (Springfield, Oregon) finished in the top 30 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference Championships for women’s cross country hosted by Oregon Tech Saturday at Steen Sports Park.

Welling was the fastest individual Warrior runner on the 5k course after finishing in 20:31.77. Warrior freshman Christi Schmitz (North Pole, Alaska) also ran her way into the top 40 runners in crossing the finish line with a 21:09.91.

Senior Bianca Davis (Ontario, Oregon) concluded her Corban cross country career as the third fastest Warrior on the day, clocking 21:56.47 to take 50th place individually.

Right behind Davis by little more than ten seconds was junior Amy Renfro (Albany, Oregon), who finished 51st with a time of 22:07.20.

Junior Maddie Parsons (Klamath Falls, Oregon)became the fifth Warrior to complete the course after clocking 22:25.14.

Also competing for the Warriors were freshman Ariana Cole (Yakima, Wash.), sophomore Lauren Cross (Missoula, Mt.), and freshmen Kate Tracy (Eagle, Idaho), Hannah Whitehead (Lebanon, Oregon), and Karlen Yallup (Warm Springs, Oregon).

Overall, the women’s team finished in eighth place and had a total time of 1:48:10.49.

The Cascade Collegiate Conference is one of the toughest cross country conferences in the nation. Saturday's meet featured four teams in the NAIA’s top 25 including No. 6 College of Idaho and No. 8 Southern Oregon. In an upset, No. 22 Concordia won the meet and also the conference title after recording a time of 1:38:35.15.

Sophomore Karlee Coffey of Eastern Oregon won the individual title with a time of 18:34.67.

At large bids for individual qualifiers will be revealed by the NAIA this coming week.

Source: Corban University corban.edu




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