UNIVERSITY PARK, Wash. – The 24th-ranked Oregon State cross country team finished fourth with 100 team points at the 2021 Pac-12 Cross Country Championships on Friday morning at Chambers Creek Park.
The fourth-place finish marks the best finish in program history at the Pac-12 Championships, topping the previous best of sixth-place (173 points) in 2018.
“Today was the best cross country race in school history,” said head coach Louie Quintana. “We scored 100 points and finished fourth, both school records. It was a great day in very difficult conditions. We were only 15 points behind No. 12 Washington and I feel that should get us into nationals, but we will see.
“Our team was amazing. Kaylee Mitchell, wow! What a day for her. Batya Beard was incredible, the race of her life. Today was huge for us.”
No. 5 Stanford took the team title with 30 points, followed by No. 6 Colorado (50) and No. 12 Washington (85) to round out the top-three.
Kaylee Mitchell paced the Beavers on the day as she recorded the best individual finish, taking seventh in a time of 19:39.4.
Batya Beard registered a top-20 finish for Oregon State after finishing with a time of 20:06.8 to claim 19th.
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Four more OSU runners – Grace Fetherstonhaugh, Greta Van Calcar, Audrey Lookner, and Meagen Lowe – earned top-30 finishes. Fetherstonhaugh (20:11.3) took 22nd and Van Calcar with a finish of 20:17.5 came in 26th.
Lookner completed the 6K in 20:19.9 as she finished 28th, while Lowe was just a place behind at 29th in a time of 20:23.1.
Finishing in 31st-place was Alyssa Foote who completed the course in a time of 20:25.9.
It was back-to-back finishes for Oregon State at 36th and 37th with Haley Wolf (20:47.6) and Gabby Peterson (20:48.3).
Mari Friedman finished in 21:01.5 to finish in 47th.