BRUNSWICK, Maine – Senior Alex Demeo (Burlington, Mass.) and junior Olivia Owen (Weymouth, Mass.) led Salve Regina to a 26th place finish against a field of nearly 60 teams at the NCAA Division III New England Regional Championship at Bowdoin College on Saturday.
WENHAM, Mass. – The Salve Regina women’s cross country team placed three runners inside the top 15 on its way to a second-place finish in the Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship at Gordon College on Saturday.
NEWPORT, R.I. – Nor’easters, rain and gale-force winds will factor into the forecast when the Salve Regina women’s cross country team races for the Commonwealth Coast Conference Cross Country Championship on Saturday.
WATERFORD, Conn. – Junior captain Olivia Owen (Weymouth, Mass.) had a personal-best performance at 6,000 meters to lead the Salve Regina women’s cross country team at the Connecticut College Invitational on Saturday.
LINCOLN, R.I. – Confusion at the finish line marred a winning effort for the Salve Regina women’s cross country team at the Tri-State Invitational hosted by the Community College of Rhode Island on Saturday. The results show the Seahawks on top in team scoring, but not with the personnel whom those watching the meet would have anticipated.
NEWPORT, R.I. - The Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) has selected Salve Regina University freshman Christina Moran (Oceanside, N.Y.) as its Rookie of the Week for women's cross country (Sept. 10-16).
NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. – Captains Alex Demeo (Burlington, Mass.) and Olivia Owen (Weymouth, Mass.) set the pace for Salve Regina against a deep, high-quality field at the UMass Dartmouth Invitational on Saturday.
NEWPORT, R.I. – Seniors Alex Demeo (Burlington, Mass.), Molly Kittler (Pittsfield, Mass.) and Annie Mozzer (Agawam, Mass.) and junior Olivia Owen (Weymouth, Mass.) have been named captains of the Salve Regina University women's cross country team for the 2018 season.
WINDHAM, N.Y. - Lea Cure ’16 (Altamont, N.Y.) made her debut in the Escarpment Trail Run on July 29, joining about 250 others who traversed the demanding 30-kilometer (18.6-mile) course in the northern Catskill Mountains of New York.