University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, April 24-26, 2003

THURSDAY: PAGE ONE | PAGE TWO | PAGE THREE | PAGE FOUR | PAGE FIVE | PAGE SIX | PAGE SEVEN | PAGE EIGHT | PAGE NINE | PAGE TEN | PAGE ELEVEN | PAGE TWELVE | PAGE THIRTEEN | PAGE FOURTEEN | PAGE FIFTEEN (College Women's DMR, High School Girls Distance Medley Championship, High School Girls Mile, High School Girls 3,000m, College and Olympic Development Steeplechase, 3,000m, 5,000m and 10,000m)
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Laura O'Neill got nipped by Ali Henderson and finished fourth in 16:16.56.
Ruth Chege of Richmond finished seventh in the College 5,000m Championship in 16:27.71.
Tennessee freshman Felicia Guliford finished 18th in 16:52.97.
Kate O'Neill of Yale won the race in 15:51.86 and said that it was a "huge thrill" to win a race at Penn Relays.
Melissa White of SUNY-Geneseo ran 16:17.00 for fifth place, the #3 all-time performance in Division III.
Kate Boyles of Cornell finished 12th in 16:47.50.
L-R: Katie Nowak (17th, 16:52.78), Lindsay Hattendorf (20th, 16:53.88) and Heidi Hullinger.
Jenn Ford of North Florida finished 19th in 16:53.28.
Georgetown's Colleen Kelly (10th, 16:42.22) and Tennessee's Christy Baird (41st, 18:08.38).
Kate Boyles and Auburn's Erica Braswell (13th, 16:48.50).
Mariko Tansey-Holbrook (22nd, 16:56.81) and Heidi Hullinger (16:58.10).
Early on in the Olympic Development 5,000m race (which also included collegiate runners).
R-L: Julia Bensen of Williams, Joanna Zieno of SUNY-Geneseo and Catherine Wanyoike of Auburn.
Kim Smith, a New Zealander who will have collegiate eligibility at Providence College beginning next fall, leads the race.
The NYAC's Kim McGreevy finished fourth in 16:19.08.
Sarah Dupre-Healy, Stephanie O'Reilly and Kim McGreevy trail Kim Smith.
Heather Bury (left, 5th, 16:42.75) and Karin Lockhart-Gould (6th, 16:43.68).
Sarah Dupre-Healy finished third in 16:15.61 and Stephanie O'Reilly finished second in 16:13.57.
#56 Jessica Southers of Tennessee leads #17 Sunny Newsome.
R-L: Sue Huelster, Rian Landers, Devon Plesuk and Sascha Scott.


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