Majoy Breaks School Record at Regional

Majoy Breaks School Record at Regional

Men's Results

Women's Results

The University of Findlay men's and women's cross country teams completed the 2012 NCAA Division II Midwest Regional on Saturday, Nov. 3 in Kenosha, Wisc. 

The men took 15th at the event with 425 points and were led by Tim Majoy, who set a new school record.

Majoy placed 28th with a time of 31:56 to break the school record for fastest time while Justin Eilerman recorded the second fastest time in school history after crossing the finish line in 32:27, good for 55th place.

Jacob Hayes (33:31), Joe Guerra (33:56), Brock Lloyd (34:19), Luis Velasco (34:29) and Alex Betts (35:02) also ran for the Oilers at the regional event.

The women took 16th place with a total of 418 points and were paced by Sam Hassen, who finished 67th with a time of 23:04.

Alexa Stults (23:09) and Abigail Magner (23:11) came in 71st and 74th, respectively, while Rachel Hosie (23:30) placed 101st.

Erica Bettac (23:38), Kayla Sendelbach (23:47) and Samantha Grippe (24:44) also competed for Findlay.