MARYVILLE, Tenn. (Sept. 14, 2007) - The ETSU women's cross country team battled through the leftovers of Hurricane Humberto Friday evening, as they competed in the Tennessee Invitational at Lambert Acres Golf Club. Despite the harsh weather conditions, the Buccaneer runners all turned in season best performances, on a course that was used for last season's NCAA South Regional.
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"Our girls are steadily improving and turned in a strong effort tonight," said ETSU cross country assistant Mandy Virgets. "They battled through harsh weather conditions but fought hard; hopefully they will continue to improve on this all the way through the conference championships. This was a good test for them today."
The ETSU women's cross country team will now have two weeks off before its next competition. The Lady Bucs will join the men when they compete in the 6th Annual Greater Louisville Classic on Saturday, Sept. 29. The men's cross country will be in action tomorrow morning at 9 a.m., as they run in the 2007 Winthrop/Asics Cross Country Invitational.
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