SUNY Delhi lived up to the pre-championship coaches poll prediction and ran to the 2019 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Women's Cross Country Championship title with 29 team points behind five top-15 performances. Broncos first-year runner Sophie Stewart (23:38.3) finished in third place overall, and was the fastest rookie in the race. Second-place team Husson scored 48 points, also with five runners among the top fifteen. UMaine-Farmington finished third overall with 68 points, led by individual champion senior Katie LeBlanc's winning time of 22:06.4 in the 5K race.
Northern Vermont-Lyndon, lead by second-place finisher Zosia Prince (22:59.4), scored 124 points for a fourth-place finish, followed by UMaine-Presque Isle (132) in fifth, Northern Vermont-Johnson (144) in sixth, and SUNY Canton (184) in seventh.
Thomas College and Maine Maritime Academy had individual runners in the race but did not achieve team scores.
1. SUNY Delhi - 29
2. Husson - 48
3. UMaine-Farmington - 68
4. NVU-Lyndon - 124
5. UMaine-Presque Isle - 132
6. NVU-Johnson - 144
7. SUNY Canton - 184
The top fifteen runners receive All-Conference honors, with the top eight on the First Team and the next seven runners on the Second Team. Complete All-Conference honors will be announced on Wednesday, November 6th.
1. Katie LeBlanc, UMaine-Farmington (SR) 22:06.4
2. Zosia Prince, NVU-Lyndon (SO) 22:59.4
3. Sophie Stewart, SUNY Delhi (FY) 23:38.3
4. Arielle Moheimani, SUNY Delhi (JR) 23:50.3
5. Katerina Salcedo, SUNY Delhi (SO) 24.08.6
6. Shyanne Lawton, SUNY Delhi (FY) 24:14.1
7. Lyndsey Joliat, Husson (SR) 24:25.9
8. Payton Goodwin, Husson (FY) 24:34.7
9. Isabelle Jackson, Husson (SO) 24:41.0
10. Norah Garvey, Husson (FY) 24:42.6
11. Mersadie Dibbell, SUNY Delhi (SO) 24:48.3
12. Abigail Hunt, UMaine-Farmington (SO) 25:07.5
13. Chloe Kenyon, UMaine-Farmington (SR) 25:31.2
14. Destiny Anair, Husson (FY) 25:34.6
15. Jaden Gray, NVU-Johnson (JR) 25:38.2