BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – After leading her team to a second-place finish at the Emporia State University Planet Sub Invite last Friday, Baker University’s Lauren Jaqua earned this Week’s Heart of America Athletic Conference Women’s Cross Country Runner of the Week award.
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – After taking first-place in both the men’s and women’s Maple Leaf Invitational races this weekend, Baker University’s Jeremy Bryan and Lauren Jaqua earned the Men’s and Women’s Heart of America Athletic Conference Runner of the Week awards respectively.
11.6.11 | Women's Cross Country
Jaqua takes HAAC crown; women finish second overall
FAYETTE, Mo. – The Baker University women’s cross country team took second place overall at the 2011 Heart of America Athletic Conference Championships on Saturday afternoon on the campus of Central Methodist University.
Sophomore Lauren Jaqua took the overall crown with a time of 18:30 in the women’s 5k race. Ashley McBride grabbed a third-place finish with a time of 19:16. Both runners will represent the Wildcats at the 2011 NAIA National Championships.
10.24.11 | Women's Cross Country
Jaqua breaks school record at Mid-States Classic
WINFIELD, Kan. – Sophomore Lauren Jaqua continues to dazzle in the 2011 cross country season as she took home a second place finish this past weekend at the Mid States Classic.
The Lansing, Kan., native finished with a school record setting time of 18:09.01. Her time was a personal best by 23 seconds and she currently sits atop the HAAC rankings at No. 1 overall.
It was also announced on Monday afternoon that Jaqua had been named the Runner of the Week for the third time this season.
Ashley McBride was the only other Wildcat to finish in the Top 20 with a time of 19:17.10.
- Wildcats Ready for NAIA National Meet
- Ash Qualifies for NAIA National Meet
- Baker Cross Country Competes at NAIA Preview
- Baker Competes at Chile Pepper Festival
- Baker Sweeps HAAC Runner of the Week
- Cross Country Performs Well at Stampede
- Benson, Esquivel Sweep HAAC Honors
- Women's Cross Country Wins Maple Leaf