Women's Cross Country

Army Women's Cross Country Claims Star

The Army West Point women's cross country placed six runners in the top 10 to edge out Navy in the Star Meet at West Point.

by Army Athletic Communications

The Army West Point women's cross country beat Navy for the first time since 2020. 
The Black Knights placed six in the top 10 to add another point for Army in the Star Series presented by USAA.
Charlotte Richman was the Army leader coming in second place with a time of 20:39.1. Joanna Halfhill (20:49.2) and Louisa Diamond (20:58.3) finished third and fourth.
Clarie Lewis (21:03.5),Mikayla Cheney (21:17.9), Laurynn Sisneros (21:21.3) came in eighth, ninth, and tenth respectively. 
Army now leads the Star Series with a record of 3-0-1. The wins came in golf, sprint football, and now women's cross country, the draw came in men's soccer.