Smyrna, Del. (Oct. 28, 2018) --- Delaware State was eighth in the 2018 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Women’s Cross Country Championship at DSU’s Research and Outreach Center course on Saturday. Florida A&M captured its MEAC-record seventh straight team championship with 43 points.

Sophomore Katarzyna Rosikon was the Hornets’ top performer, finishing 11th among 75 runners with a time of 19-minutes-48.04 seconds in the 5K race to earn All-MEAC honors.

Lananda Correia was Delaware State’s next highest finisher, placing 41st with a time of 22:36.20.

Norfolk State was runner-up in the 2018 MEAC Women’s Cross Country Championship with 44 points.

North Carolina A&T (117 points), Maryland-Eastern Shore (123) and Howard (130) rounded out the top five.

2018 MEAC Women’s Cross Country Championship

Delaware State runners
11. Katarzyna Rosikon                 19:48.04
41. Lananda Correia                    22:36.20
45. Sylvia Okafor                         23:03.81
47. Sierra Cruz                            23:18.50
48. Mone’t Peterson                    23:25.97
56. Cydney Davis                        24:28.84
59. Donyae Shelton                     25:11.18
64. Janae Pitt                              25:44.19
65. Jada Jackson                        26:38.45
69. Marisa Browning                   27:08.74

Delaware State women's cross country