2011-12 Women's Cross Country

  • Men's and Women's Cross Country Team Season Review
    November 14, 2011
    Waterville, Maine –The 2011 season was filled with many bright spots, the brightest being the women’s cross country team win at the Maine Maritime Invitational giving the Terriers their first win in program history.
  • Women Finish 8th at NAC Championship
    October 29, 2011
    Lyndonville, Vt. – The Thomas College men’s and women’s cross country teams both placed eighth place finishes at the North Atlantic Conference Championship on Saturday afternoon.
  • Thomas Women Take Mariners Invitational
    October 22, 2011
    Castine, Maine – Maine-Presque Isle placed the top two runners, but it was Thomas College that captured the 2011 Mariner Cross Country Invitational winning their first ever meet as a varsity program.
  • Women Finish 3rd Men Finish 4th at Colby
    October 01, 2011
    Waterville, Maine – The Thomas College men and women’s cross country team both competed against cross-town rival Colby College along with St. Joseph’s (Me.) and Unity at the Colby Invitational on a rainy Saturday afternoon.
  • Women's XC Finish Third and the Men Finish Fourth at Unity
    September 24, 2011
    Unity, Maine – The Thomas College men’s cross country team finishes fourth at the Unity Invitational yesterday afternoon. Junior David Tirabassi put in the best performance for the terriers coming in 12th out of 45 participants with a time of 31:09.
  • Women’s Cross Country Place’s for the First Time
    September 10, 2011
    Biddeford, Maine – The Thomas College women’s cross country team placed in a cross country meet for the first time every yesterday at the University of New England Invitational. Senior Sarah Estes gave the Terriers their top performance with a time of 25:56 for 57th place.
  • Men’s Cross Country Finishes Seventh
    September 03, 2011
    Farmington, Maine – The Thomas College men’s cross country team placed seventh today in the UMF Invitational, hosted at Mt. Blue High School. The men finished with an average time of 26:30.40, freshman Will Watson led the Terriers with a time of 24:43 finishing 26th in a field of 64 runners. The University of New England took first place in the event with an average time of 22:07.20.