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WALKER, Mich. – In their last meet before the WHAC Championships on November 8, senior Julie Oosterhouse (SR/Byron Center, Mich.) led the women's cross country team to a 10th place finish at the NAIA Great Lakes Challenge. Oosterhouse was second among all runners as the team now prepares for the conference meet at Riverside Park in two weeks.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – For the second time in the past three weeks, the Cornerstone cross country teams swept the weekly honors from the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference. The announcement was made Monday afternoon that Louis Falland (SR/Nuriootpa, Australia) and Julie Oosterhouse (SR/Byron Center, Mich.) were named the Runners of the Week after strong performances at the NAIA Preview Meet in Lawrence, Kan.
LAWRENCE, Kan. – Julie Oosterhouse (SR/Byron Center, Mich.) ran her best time of the season on Saturday afternoon as the senior helped the women's cross country team to a 14th place finish at the NAIA Preview Meet held at Rim Rock Farm in Lawrence, Kan. The Golden Eagles will return to action in two weeks at the NAIA Great Lakes Challenge on October 25 here in Grand Rapids.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The Golden Eagle cross country teams took home the top individual honors this week from the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference as Julie Oosterhouse and Kevin Vroegh each were named the Runners of the Week. Both helped their teams to solid finishes in the Augustana Brissman/Lundeen Invitational.
(Grand Rapids, Mich.) Led by senior Julie Oosterhouse's fifth place finish, the Cornerstone Golden Eagles placed fifth out of 25 teams at Calvin College Knight Invitational.
A cool 48 degree morning followed a night of steady rain and the usually fast course ran slower than usual as the 292 runners churned the corners into mud over the repeating loops in the first two miles.
Oosterhouse positioned herself at the back of the lead pack then used a 5:48 final mile to move into fifth, clocking 18:24. Sophomore Cathy Coryell raced well finishing 27th in 19:13.
CU's third through sixth finishers were just nine seconds apart with senior, CallyAnne Wyma heading the pack (49th / 19:41) with Audrey Tremaine (53rd / 19:46), Ally Rabe (54th / 19:45 and Joy Reist (61st / 19:50) right behind.
Calvin took the team title with 27 points followed by St. Francis of Illinois with 109, Aquinas at 124, Case Western 135 and Cornerstone 170.