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Harriers Finish 13th In National Championships
The Harvard women's cross country team finished 13th out of 16 teams in the NCAA Division 1 Championship meet at Bethlehem, Pa. yesterday.
The Crimson dropped nine spots from last year's fourth-place finish, the best ever by an Ivy school. Kate Wiley, who earned All-America honors by placing seventh last year, fell to 59th place with a time of 17:52.4 over the 5000-meter course. Jenny Stricker, who also earned All-America honors last year for Harvard, has taken a year off to train for the Olympics.
Kathy Good placed 92nd in 18:36.3, Amy Simon finished 104th in 18:12.5, Leslie Cooper took 111th in 18:54.5 and Grace de-Fries wound up 125th in 19:43.8.
Oregon captured the championship with 95 points, 211 points ahead of Harvard. North Carolina State's Betty Springs took individual honors in a time of 17:52.4.
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