WINCHESTER, Va. -- The Guilford College women's cross country team placed 12th at the Hornet Harrier and Commonwealth Challenge at the Kernstown Battlefield on Saturday. The Quakers tallied 308 points in the 16-team meet.
Guilford's Sommer Fanney ran another great race and was 11th with a time of 20:50.0, the eighth-fastest five-kilometer time in school history. Samantha Brown finished in 25:01.9, which was 72nd in the 101-woman field. Samantha Brooks finished two spots behind Brown and clocked a 25:07.2 for Guilford.
Baldwin Wallace University won the team standings with 40 points, followed by Catholic University of America (79) and host Shenandoah University (108). Bella Pendoal of Baldwin Wallace was the individual winner. She posted a 19:35 time.
Guilford returns to competition on Oct. 7 at the Hagan-Stone Classic in nearby Pleasant Garden, N.C.