COLLEGE STATION, Texas (11/9/18) – The Arkansas State women’s cross country team capped off the 2018 season at the NCAA South Central Regional meet Friday in College Station, Texas.

The women’s squad finished 11th out of 29 teams with a team score of 319 points. This marks the ninth-straight season that A-State has finished among the top-15 at the NCAA South Regional and this is the best finish since a 10th place finish in 2014.

Anaelle Charles once again paced the A-State runners. She completed the 6k course with a time of 21:40.0 to rank 27th in the individual standings. Rounding out the top five scorers for A-State were Pauline Meyer (22:11.0 – 43rd), Sophia Oury (22:49.9 – 72nd), Kyandra Chandler (22:53.9 – 78th) and Rebecca Eldien (23:26.6 – 99th).

A-State is set to open indoor track and field season on Sunday, December 2, with the A-State Kickoff Klassic inside First National Bank Arena.

2018 NCAA South Central Regional

Women’s Results
11. Arkansas State (316)
27. Anaelle Charles – 21:40.0
43. Pauline Meyer – 22:11.0
72. Sophia Oury – 22:49.9
78. Kyandra Chandler – 22:53.9
99. Rebecca Eldien – 23:26.6
109. Sammy Brainard – 23:56.0
110. Madison Grimm – 23:58.3