2017 MIAA Year In Review - Women's Cross Country

2017 MIAA Year In Review - Women's Cross Country

Among the highlights from the 2017 season:

- Hope and Calvin both represented the MIAA at the 2017 NCAA Women's Cross Country Championship, where Hope finished 19th and Calvin placed 31st. Hope's Emily Hamilton was the top MIAA runner with a 78th place finish.

- Along with Hope and Calvin, Albion's Allison Snyder competed at the 2017 NCAA Championship, placing 168th as an individual.

- Hope defended their MIAA title with a 20-point performance at the 2017 MIAA Championship. Hope crossed four of the first five runners, with Alexis Guttilla (21:58.0) pushing through late to take the individual title. Hope's Emily Hamilton, the 2017 MIAA Most Valuable Runner, took second (21.59.9) after being in the lead group for much of the race. Trine's Kyla Binfet (22:00.8) was steady throughout to finish third. Hope's Racheal Webb (22:01.4) and Alissa Frazee (22:10.4) rounded out the top five.

- Hope and Calvin finished 1-2 at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional to earn automatic berths to the NCAAs. The MIAA had 14 finishers in the top 33 runners representing four institutions.


2017 MIAA Women's Cross Country Season links

2017 Year in Review (pdf)

2017 News

2017 All-MIAA

2017 MIAA Championship Central