October 29, 2016
Haverford College, Haverford, Pa.
9:45 a.m. - Coaches meeting at the starting line
11 a.m. - Women's 6,000 meter race
12 p.m. - Men's 8,000 meter race
1:30 p.m. - Awards Ceremony near the main tent
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2015 Championship Results
1-Johns Hopkins, 19
7-Bryn Mawr, 202
8-Franklin & Marshall, 222
1-Tess Meehan, JHU, 21:33.7
2-Hannah Oneda, JHU, 21:37.9
3-Courtney Kelly, JHU, 21:50.7
4-Caroline Smith, JHU, 21:53.9
5-Sofia Canning, DC, 22:02.4
6-Katie Sullivan, HAV, 22:08.2
7-Jamie Pacilio, MUH, 22:09.1
8-Nora Weathers, HAV, 22:11.7
9-Caroline Powers, JHU, 22:19.9
10-Indy Reid-Shaw, SWA, 22:27.4
11-Abigail Colby, DC, 22:33.6
12-Tasha Freed, JHU, 22:38.1
13-Tess Wei, SWA, 22:40.6
14-Felicia Koerner, JHU, 22:42.3
Runner of the Year: Tess Meehan, JHU
Rookie of the Year: Tasha Freed, JHU
Notable: Johns Hopkins won its eighth consecutive Centennial Conference championship - tying the record set by Dickinson from 2000-07.
Blue Jay junior Tess Meehan (Havertown, Pa.) succeeded her sister, Sophia, as the Centennial Runner of the Year - presented to the individual champion in the Conference meet. They are the first sisters to win the awards. Tess is the first woman to win Runner and Rookie of the Year in different seasons. She was Rookie of the Year in 2013. Teammate Hannah Oneda was Runner and Rookie of the Year in the same season (2012).
Meehan is the fourth consecutive Blue Jay to win the Centennial meet and sixth overall.
Hopkins' 19 team points is the third-lowest total in the 23-year history of the Conference meet. The Jays set the record with 17 points in 2013 to erase the 18-point total of Dickinson in 2005.
Oneda (Westminster, Md.) becomes the 21st runner in Conference history to earn first-team All-Centennial honors (finish in the top seven) three times. She won the meet in 2012 and placed third in 2013.
Sofia Canning (Portland, Maine) is the 44th Dickinson runner to receive first-team All-Centennial honors - the highest total among Conference schools. Haverford is second with 32, followed by Johns Hopkins (29), Gettysburg (17), Swarthmore (12), Franklin & Marshall (10), Muhlenberg (6), McDaniel (5), Bryn Mawr (3) and Ursinus (3).