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Pac West Women’s Cross Country, Big Wave Invite, full individual and team results

 

UH Big Wave Invitational

 
   
 

Klipper Golf Course, Kaneohe Bay, HI

 
   
 

Rankings

 
   
 
             Women 5k Run CC
   
  Name Year School Finals Points
   
  1 Keino, Ruth Alaska Anchorage 18:38.32 1
  2 Tanui, Susan Alaska Anchorage 18:50.05 2
  3 Kipngeno, Miriam Alaska Anchorage 18:50.53 3
  4 Buxton, Katherine Byu- Hawai’i 18:53.11 4
  5 Krout, Lacey Byu- Hawai’i 18:57.81 5
  6 Bick, Susan Alaska Anchorage 19:06.57 6
  7 Keegan, Shoshana Alaska Anchorage 19:15.22 7
  8 Murphy, Kevyn Hawai’i- Manoa 19:31.38 8
  9 Haebe, Bryn Alaska Anchorage 19:39.34 9
  10 Schmitz, Christi Alaska Anchorage 19:46.84 10
  11 Krehlik, Katie Alaska Anchorage 19:48.93
  12 Jimenez, Ashlee Hawai’i- Manoa 19:55.02 11
  13 Almarez, Celeste Hawai’i- Manoa 19:55.72 12
  14 McGonegal, Kassondra Byu- Hawai’i 19:57.15 13
  15 Martin, Andrea Byu- Hawai’i 20:00.49 14
  16 Kuhnert, Kim Hawai’i Pacific 20:05.62 15
  17 Massie, Valerie Alaska Anchorage 20:08.95
  18 Williams, Alison Hawai’i- Manoa 20:12.59 16
  19 Mulvey, Louise Hawai’i- Manoa 20:38.25 17
  20 Horton, Ariana Hawai’i- Manoa 20:43.28 18
  21 Kropushek, Katrina Byu- Hawai’i 20:43.71 19
  22 White, Shannon Hawai’i Pacific 20:51.89 20
  23 Royer, Kelsey Byu- Hawai’i 20:56.03 21
  24 Cushing, Liisa Hawai’i- Manoa 20:59.07 22
  25 Rehwaldt, Evangeline Hawai’i- Manoa 21:07.18
  26 Camarillo, Veronica Byu- Hawai’i 21:13.23 23
  27 Nakashima, Tiare Hawai’i- Manoa 21:16.10
  28 Phillips, Rebekah Hawai’i- Manoa 21:25.55
  29 Ollar, Chelsea Byu- Hawai’i 21:33.18
  30 Delgado, Heather Hawai’i- Manoa 21:43.26
  31 Dart, Megan Hawai’i- Manoa 21:49.56
  32 Ramirez, Nadia Hawai’i – Hilo 21:51.48 24
  33 Gipe, Alisha Unattached 21:53.05
  34 Musashi, Hayley Hawai’i- Manoa 21:54.54
  35 Grossman, Hailey Hawai’i Pacific 22:17.41 25
  36 Whener, Shannon Chaminade 22:25.27 26
  37 Pateman, Kimberly Hawai’i Pacific 22:34.16 27
  38 Bledsoe, Jordan Hawai’i – Hilo 22:43.43 28
  39 Nakamura, Denise Hawai’i- Manoa 22:54.06
  40 Papalii, Melody Hawai’i- Manoa 22:56.35
  41 Takane, Nikka Hawai’i – Hilo 23:00.45 29
  42 Sinn, Taylor Hawai’i Pacific 23:10.40 30
  43 Krebs, Anne Unattached 23:15.33
  44 Sweany, Laci Hawai’i- Manoa 23:17.95
  45 Maanson, Evelina Unattached 23:28.04
  46 Freitas, Lyssa Chaminade 24:13.23 31
  47 Adams, Stephanie Hawai’i – Hilo 24:31.24 32
  48 Barigian, Heather Chaminade 24:34.81 33
  49 Wood, Justina Hawai’i – Hilo 25:15.87 34
  50 Vaagensmith, Anna Chaminade 25:56.73 35
  51 Turse, Alaina Chaminade 34:46.10 36
 
   
 
  Team Scores
   
   
   
  1 Univ. of Alaska- Anchorag 19
   
   
  2 Brigham Young- Hawai’i 55
   
   
  3 Univ. of Hawai’i – Manoa 64
   
   
  4 Hawai’i Pacific Universit 117
   
   
  5 Univ. of Hawai’i – Hilo 147
   
   
  6 Chaminade University 161

September 11, 2011 Posted by | collegiate cross country | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

PacWest Women’s Cross Country from HPU Invite – Complete Results

1 Ruth Keino UAA

00:18:22

UAA  
2 Susan Tanui UAA

00:18:27

1

1

3 Katherine Buxton BYUH

00:18:33

2

2

4 Lacey Krout BYUH

00:18:40

3

5

5 Miriam Kipngeno UAA

00:18:42

4

6

6 Bryn Haebe UAA

00:19:04

5

7

7 Shoshana Keegan UAA

00:19:12

Total

21

8 Kevyn Murphy UH Manoa

00:19:20

   
9 Christi Schmitz UAA

00:19:29

UHH  
10 Andrea Martin BYUH

00:19:35

1

31

11 Susan Bick UAA

00:19:40

2

32

12 Alison Wilson UH Manoa

00:19:45

3

43

13 Shannon White HPU

00:19:48

4

46

14 Kim Kuhnert HPU

00:19:49

5

49

15 Katie Krehlik UAA

00:19:50

Total

201

16 Katrina Kropushek BYUH

00:19:54

   
17 Louise Mulvey UH Manoa

00:20:03

Chaminade  
18 Jessica Vig BYUH

00:20:07

1  
19 Ashlee Jimenez UH Manoa

00:20:10

2  
20 Valerie Massie UAA

00:20:11

3  
21 Mary Botsford HPU

00:20:24

4  
22 Ariana Horton UH Manoa

00:20:43

5  
23 Celeste Almarez UH Manoa

00:20:44

Total

0

24 Liisa Cushing UH Manoa

00:20:45

   
25 Megan Dart UH Manoa

00:20:49

HPU  
26 Kelsea Royer BYUH

00:20:51

1

13

27 Tia Nakashima UH Manoa

00:20:58

2

14

28 Rachelle Wilson UH Manoa

00:21:00

3

21

29 Evangeline Rehwaldt UH Manoa

00:21:04

4

35

30 Veronica Camarillo BYUH

00:21:17

5

36

31 Jordan Bledsoe UH Hilo

00:21:28

Total

119

32 Nadia Ramerez UH Hilo

00:21:29

   
33 Heather Delgado UH Manoa

00:21:35

   
34 Denise Nakamura UH Manoa

00:21:43

BYUH  
35 Hailey Grossman HPU

00:21:55

1

3

36 Kim Pateman HPU

00:21:59

2

4

37 Hayley Musashi UH Manoa

00:22:07

3

10

38 Laci Sweany UH Manoa

00:22:13

4

16

39 Shannon Whener Chaminade

00:22:20

5

18

40 Chelsea Ollar BYUH

00:22:24

Total

51

41 Noelani Mikami UH Manoa

00:22:30

   
42 Kassie Kropashek BYUH

00:22:51

   
43 Nikka Takani UH Hilo

00:22:57

UHH  
44 Amanda Ray UH Manoa

00:23:24

1

8

45 Melody Papalii UH Manoa

00:23:41

2

12

46 Stephanie Adams UH Hilo

00:23:55

3

17

47 Lyssa Freitas Chaminade

00:24:13

4

19

48 Anna Vaagensmith Chaminade

00:25:08

5

22

49 Justina Wood UH Hilo

00:25:15

Total

78

DNF Alaina Turse Chaminade      
DNR Brithany Ariga UH Hilo      
  Emily Ochsner Chaminade      
  Jessica Wences Chaminade      
  Rebekah Phillips UH Manoa      
  Rocio Sanchez UH Manoa      

UHH women with Coach Jaime Guerpo

September 4, 2011 Posted by | collegiate cross country | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Ucker has best collegiate finish during Pac West home meet

Pac West Men's 4 mile race, photo by Brad Balleseros

Keoni Ucker

Home course advantage played a huge role this past Saturday as Keoni Ucker took his distance running to a new level in the Pacific West Conference.

The University of Hawaii at Hilo hosted a 4 mile men’s and 3.7 mile women’s cross country meet on the grounds of the Naniloa Golf Course in Hilo.

Ucker, a graduate of Christian Liberty Academy, surprised the home town crowd by going out with the lead pack during the first mile of the race.

“I was pumped for this race and actually took the lead briefly during the first mile.  I was in a group of three or four runners during the early stages,” he said.

Going into the race Ucker’s best finish in collegiate competition had been a seventh place finish earlier this season, but with family and friends cheering his every step the former CLA star took his running to a higher level.

Eventual winner, Thomas Puzey from Bingham Young University, separated himself from the pack after the first mile and Ucker was left in a battle for second with BYUH’s Justin Royer.

“Royer and I surged back and forth for most of the race as we tried to stay in contact with the lead runner,” Ucker said.

During the final 200 yards with the finish line in sight Royer took a slim lead over Ucker as both men dug deep for the runner up spot.

Royer crossed the finish line in 20:59 with Ucker just three seconds behind.

“I’m really happy with this race and I loved the course.  This is by far the best race I’ve ever had in college,” Ucker said of his third place finish.

Nick Hagemann

Vulcan teammate, Nick Hagemann, finished in 11th place and was the second of six UHH men in the field of 28.

“I went out kinda fast and clocked a 5:09 for my first mile,” Hagemann said.

  Hagemann, a 2008 graduate of Keaau High, matched his previous best Pac West finish and was pleased with his performance.

   “We’ve been having some really hard practices and we still haven’t tapered yet.  I liked this new course better than the old one and I thought we had some pretty fast times.  I think I’ve finally made the adjustment between juggling school, work and running,” Hagemann said.

Thomas Puzey

BYUH’s Thomas Puzey won the race in 20:49 and led his powerful Seasider team to victory over Hawaii Pacific University, UHH and Chaminade.

“This was my second Pac West win and I found the middle miles difficult to maintain my focus,” Puzey said.

Puzey had lots of praise for teammate Matthew Glulden who finished in 12th place saying that Glulden was coming off an eight day rest from injury.

“Thomas usually beats me in races and he always pushes me in practice.  If he’d (Glulden) been in shape today who knows what would of happened,” Puzey said.

The women’s race followed the men and by that time the rain clouds had disappeared and the sun was out with the humidity climbing which made it more challenging for the ladies.

Frida Aspneas

HPU’s Frida Aspnaes wasn’t hampered by the weather conditions and took the lead from start to finish as she methodically distanced herself from the rest of the field winning in a time of 22:14.

“It was difficult to keep up my speed and more difficult to run by myself,” Aspnaes said.

Aspnaes is in her first semester at HPU and moved to Hawaii from Sweden.

“I never ran in high school or college before as I participated in a sport called orienteering in Sweden.  Orienteering is very big in Scandinavia and it accounts for my physical conditioning,” she said.

Vulcan harrier, Kaylene Peric, looked to be in fine form to finish her best race of the season when she ran in a pack with BYUH’s Lacey Krout and Katherine Buxton as the trio fought for second place.

Peric encountered problems during the second half of the race and looked to be in serious trouble before dropping out of the race with about a mile and a half to go.

UHH’s Kirsta Andrew, who has led the team during the entire year, had the Vulcan’s best finish in 7th overall.

Kapua Lapera

Finishing in 17th was Vulcan Kapua Lapera who is a former hurdler for Kau, graduating in 2007.

“I never ran cross country in high school as bowling was during the same season.  I was offered a college scholarship to run track and do hurdles on the mainland, but turned it down,” she said.

Last season Lapera was invited to work out with the Vulcan women and this year she decided to give cross country a try.

“I wanted to come out and have fun with running and I’m still trying to convert from a sprinter to a distance runner,” Lapera said.

Lapera had been out during the week due to illness, but wanted to run on Saturday to help as a scoring team.

In cross country place scores are given to the first five members of the team to cross the finish line.  As it turned out the lady Vulcan’s only had four finishers and did not qualify for team scoring.

Related links:  https://waynejoseph.wordpress.com/2010/10/09/pacific-west-confrence-results/

https://waynejoseph.wordpress.com/2010/10/09/pacific-west-cross-country-team-photos/

October 10, 2010 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

UHH Vulcan Invitational Results

Photo's by Tim Wright

Photo's by Tim Wright

Course was a 6k, but measured closer to 4-miles for both the men and the women.
 1 Quinn Horochuk Hawaii Pacific 25.34
2 Lacey Krout BYU-Hawaii 25:46 
3 Kim Kuehnert Hawaii Pacific 25:53
4 Katherine Buxton BYU-Hawaii 26:01
5 Kelsey Elder BYU-Hawaii 26.06
 
 6 Allison Shamrell BYU-Hawaii 26.10

7 Michelle Lundh. Hawaii Pacific 26.11

8 Danielle Anderson BYU-Hawaii 26.25

9 Mariane Uehara Hawaii Pacific 26.30

10 Nina Hagemann UH Hilo 26.44

11 Kirsta Andrew UH Hilo 26.55

12 Amanda Tanhchaleun Hawaii Pacific 27.02

13 Sarah Taylor Victor Valley 27.46

14 Jamie Torres Hawaii Pacific 27.50

15 Lacee Kurtz BYU-Hawaii 27.57

16 Malia Williams UH Hilo 28.21

17 Melissa Hernandez Victor Valley 28.39

18 Mariane Magallanes Victor Valley 29.14

19 Gloria Espinosa Victor Valley 29.26

20 Monique Hoover Victor Valley 29.34

21 Lauren Vieira UH Hilo 29.37

22 Shay O’Grady Victor Valley 29.42

23 Wendy Darling Hawaii Pacific 30.36

24 Lilliana DeSmither UH Hilo 31.13

25 Rachel Martin Chaminade 31.16

26 Ashlie Salas-Selem Chaminade 31.36

27 Shelley Wee Chaminade 31.57

28 Monica Kvas Chaminade 37.11

29 Kelly Korras Chaminade 37.44

Photo's by Tim Wright

Photo's by Tim Wright

 
1 Spencer Davlia BYU-Hawaii 20.45
 
2 Dany Malley Hawaii Pacific 21:10 
 
 3 Brendan McMaster BYU-Hawaii 21:21
 
4 Brett Walters Victor Valley 21:26
 
5 Stefano Barbis UH Hilo 21:31

6 Brandon Krout BYU-Hawaii 21.37

7 Keoni Ucker UH Hilo 21.38

8 Luke Graesser BYU-Hawaii 21.41

9 Kevin Enriques Hawaii Pacific 21.44

10 Garrett McAllister UH Hilo 21.51

11 Flemmin Erilksen Hawaii Pacific 21.59

12 Vaughn Harber Hawaii Pacific 22.08

13 Matthew Gulden BYU-Hawaii 22.13

14 John Hansen Chaminade 22.22

15 AJ Pulice Victor Valley 22.29

16 Taylor Whiteside Victor Valley 22.31

17 Jon Cleghorn Hawaii Pacific 22.34

18 Kevin Wright Hawaii Pacific 22.43

19 Garret Prinslow Chaminade 22.48

20 John McCreadie Victor Valley 22.50

21 Nathan Braswell BYU-Hawaii 22.51

22 Chris Reeves Victor Valley 22.55

23 Andrew Rivera Victor Valley 23.17

24 Zack Johnson UH Hilo 23.24

25 Alejandro Pardi Chaminade 23.52

26 Craig Kandler Hawaii Pacific 24.07

27 Nicholas Hagemann UH Hilo 24.10

28 Derek Dominguez UH Hilo 24.17

29 Justin Pang UH Hilo 24.43

30 Charles Gumm Chaminade 25.44

31 Lance Takenaka Chaminade 27.05

32 Cedric Panganiban Chaminade 29.55

33 Shawn Jullian Chaminade 32.28

 

October 11, 2009 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment