LAIE, Hawaii – BYU-Hawaii women's cross country finished second at the 2015 BYUH Invitational Saturday morning.
Hawaii Pacific University finished in first place with a score of 17 with all six of their runners in the top 10. The Seasiders accumulated 44 points to earn second with three runners in the top 10. University of Hawaii was third with 80 points, followed by the University of Hawaii-Hilo totaling 105. Chaminade University finished fifth with 132.
Leading BYU-Hawaii was junior Jessica Horrocks who finished fourth overall with a time of 20:24. The next Seasider to cross the line was Julia Taylor who ran in 20:55 and finished seventh. Lindi Young came in at 21:07 at number ten, closely followed by Olivia Rivera at number eleven in 21:10.
Malacie Jorgensen (21:16, 12th), Amanda Turnbull (21:20, 13th), and Jolie Nelson (21:27, 15th) all finished close together for the Seasiders. Bronwyn Taylor was the last displacement runner to cross for BYU-Hawaii, finishing 26th in 23:55.
The Seasiders' next race will be the Chaminade Invitational on Oct. 10 at 7 a.m. HST at Kapiolani Park.