Rivera sets a new PR and Petrova sets her season best at the NAIA Great Lakes Challenge
Saturday, October 23, 2021
Rivera sets a new PR and Petrova sets her season best at the NAIA Great Lakes Challenge
Sasha Petrova was the first Phoenix to finish at the NAIA Great Lakes Challenge. (Credit: Judy Seckel)

 

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.-- Cumberland women's cross country finishes 24th in yet another stacked field at the NAIA Great Lakes Challenge.

Daniela Rivera Set a new personal record of 19:43.00 while Sasha Petrova recorded her season-best time of 19:28.40. Petrova brought in the Phoenix's best individual time at the Great Lakes Challenge.

India Mastin crossed the finish line only ten seconds after Petrova with a time of 19:38.00. Elise Krone finished the race in 122nd place with a time of 19:59.10 and Hope Britt rounded up the Phoenix with a time of 20:53.40.

Anna Martin from Cornerstone University won the race with a time of 17:34.10 while St. Francis University won the event as a team.

The women will head to Phil Moore Park on November 5 to compete in the Mid-South Conference Championship.

Individual Results

95. Sasha Petrova - 19:28.40

107. India Mastin - 19:38.00

109. Daniela Rivera - 19:43.00

122. Elise Krone - 19:59.10

168. Hope Britt - 20:53.40