Dalton State Men 2nd, Women 3rd At 2013 Mercer Endurance Alchemy Invitational

Sunday, September 29, 2013

The Dalton State men finished second and the women third at the 2013 Mercer Endurance Alchemy Invitational.

Team Scores

Women

              School                                                   Score

1.
      West Georgia                                    26
2.       Point University                               49
3.       Dalton State                                       71
4.       SCAD Atlanta                                     105
5.       Clark Atlanta                                      177
6.       Oglethorpe                                        184
7.       South Georgia                                  187
8.       Lagrange College                             192
9.       Reinhardt                                          194
10.   Central Georgia Tech                       301

Top 10 Finishers, Women

1.       Morgan Laushey
2.       Tiffany Womack
3.       Natalie Hensley
4.       Susana Marquez
5.       Brooke Womack
6.       Nayela Jacobo
7.       Iryine Chelangat
8.       Savannah Hanna
9.       Caroline Mauldin
10.   Esther Estrada

Men

1.       Morehouse                                        46
2.       Dalton State                                       55
3.       Armstrong                                          86
4.       Georgia College & State                    93
5.       Reinhardt                                            152
6.       Point University                               160
7.       West Georgia                                    171
8.       Brewton-Parker                               186
9.       Clark Atlanta                                      195
10.   Gordon College                                  246
11.   South Georgia                                   279
12.   Oglethorpe                                        311
13.   Lagrange College                             326

Top 10 Finishers, Men

1.       Dahir Mohammed
2.       Pablo Castro
3.       Chris Wilder
4.       Paul Patterson
5.       Matt Tippins
6.       Nick Hall
7.       Kasahun Neselu
8.       Genesis Henderson
9.       Alex Martinez
10.   Isaac Pacheco


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