Monday, December 5, 2022

Ehmann leads team to 17th-place finish in her final meet

For the second time in as many seasons, Plattsburgh State women’s cross-country senior Katie Ehmann collected All-Region honors and helped lead the Cardinals to a 17th-place finish at the NCAA Division III Atlantic Regional meet.

Ehmann put forth one of her best efforst as a collegian at the meet where she ran a time of 22:21.8, good for a 18th-place finish in the 272-woman field.

Taking home the title of regional champion was St. Lawrence who got 50 team points, edging out Geneseo who has 51 and Oneonta who had 120 points.

In her final regional meet, Ehmann shaved four seconds off her time from a season ago, but improved her placing by 12 spots.

The only other member of PSUC to finish in the top 100 was sophomore Morgan Deming who took home 96th place with a time of 23:51.5. She improved on her time from last year by over a minute and moved up a lot in placing, finishing in 183rd in the meet last season.

Also competing in her final regional bout was senior Amanda Joskow who just missed out on a top-100 finish. She was finished in 107th place with a time of 24:03. Freshman Haley Mooney placed 123rd with a time of 24:17.6, sophomore Megan Schweizer was the final point producer for the Cards, finishing in 134th with a time of 24:30.6. Schweizer shaved off 1:20 seconds from her last regional race and moved up 70 spots higher then where she finished a year ago.

Ehmann is the only PSUC student-athlete who has a chance to represent the cards at the 2014 NCAA Division III Women’s Cross-Country Championships. The NCAA will announce the field Sunday at 2 p.m.

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