Stony Brook hosted its first-ever cross country meet, the Wolfie Invitational, this past weekend.
The Seawolves competed against runners from Wisconsin (in the men’s races), Providence, Marist and Manhattan.
Stony Brook had seven runners finish in the top 25 for the women.
Juniors Olivia Burne and Annie Keown finished in fourth and fifth place, respectively.
Burne finished the race in 18:02.24, and Keown finished 15 seconds after that.
Freshman Christina Melian finished in eighth place with a time of 18:47.83.
Senior Kristal Conklin completed the race in 18:53.38 and finished in 10th place.
Freshman Tara Peck took 13th place and completed the race in 19:05.64.
Junior Robin Lynn and sophomore Kate Pouder finished back-to-back, with 23rd and 24th place, respectively.
Sophomore Eric Speakman finished seventh for the men with a time of 26:22.59.
Junior Carlos Roa finished in 16th place with a time of 26:22.59.
Stony Brook had two more runners finish in the top 25: junior Nicholas Lemon finished 21st (27:17.39) and sophomore Chris Sauer placed 25th (27:31.66).
Stony Brook’s next race is Friday, Sept. 28 at the Paul Short Run, which is hosted by Lehigh.