STANDISH, Maine - University of Maine at Farmington women's cross country finished second at the Saint Joesph's Runnin' Monk Invitational race on Saturday. UMF had three racers finish in the top ten to claim the second place finish.
Junior Hannah Emery (Detroit, Maine/MCI) finished as the Beaver's top runner with a time of 21:53, good enough for a third-place finish overall. Teammates Alisha Labbe (Turner, Maine/Leavitt) ran the 5k race in 22:32 (7th overall) and Gwen Baker (Windham, Maine/Windham) finished 10th overall with a time of 22:58.
Molly Jack (Bangor, Maine/Bangor) had a time of 23:17 (14th overall) and Anna Dowling (Saco, Maine/ Thornton Academy) crossed at 23:24 (16th overall) to round out the scoring for the second place finishers.
Emerson College took first place with a score of 33 points, 17 points ahead of UMF. Host Saint Joesph's finished third at 77 points.
UMaine-Farmington will race in the Maine State Invitational at Saint Joesph's on Saturday.