2000 Women's Cross Country Archive
Stoffregen named SCAC Coach of the Year
Kori Stoffregen was named Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year after leading the Tigers to their second conference title in three years.
Gough finishes 38th at NCAA Championships
Adrienne Gough competed at the NCAA Division III Championships at Spokane, Washington, and placed 38th in a time of 18:47.3. Complete results
Tigers just miss qualifying for national championships; Gough earns spot as an individual
DePauw placed third at the NCAA Division III Great Lakes Regional at Hanover College and just missed qualifying for next week's national championships. Only the top two teams earned spots. Adrienne Gough finished fourth in 18:53 and earned a return trip to the national meet. Other Tiger scorers included: Betsy App (29th/19:49), Nikki Anderson (31st/19:50), Allison Frank (45th/20:10) and Rachael Henry (48th/20:17) Results
Tigers win SCAC title
DePauw captured the 2000 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference championship hosted by Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. The Tigers took spots five through nine in totaling 35 points to runner-up Rhodes' 58. Adrienne Gough led the Tigers with a fifth-place finish in 19:51.9 over the 5,000-meter course. Other DePauw all-conference finshes were turned in by Nikki Anderson (6th/20:10.3), Betsy App (7th/20:15.2), Rachael Henry (8th/20:35.1), Alison Frank (9th/20:38) and Courtney Daugherty (13/20:50.1).
Tigers move into national rankings; prepare for SCAC Championships
For the first time this season, the Tigers have cracked the national rankings and are rated 25th in the coaches' poll. DePauw competes in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships this weekend at Southwestern University.
DePauw finishes second at DePauw Invitational
Adrienne Gough and Nikki Anderson finished fourth and fifth, respectively, at the DePauw Invitational to lead the Tigers to a second place showing behind Washington University. Team scores and individual results
Tigers place seventh at Washington University
DePauw finished seventh overall and third among the Division III schools at the All-Missouri/Border States Championships and were led by Adrienne Gough who finished 12th amongst the 365 runners in 17:57.60. Nikki Anderson was 27th in 18:13.30. Complete team scores and individual results
Tigers win easily at Earlham Invitational
The Tigers won their second meet of the season as they totaled 61 points ahead of runners-up Bellarmine and Heidelberg with 92 each. Adrienne Gough finished sixth in 19:45 and Nikki Anderson was ninth in 19:59. Betsy App was 14th in 20:24, Rachael Henry finished 15th in 20:26 and Courtney Daugherty placed 17th in 20:33.
DePauw is seventh at Indiana Intercollegiates and second among non-Division I schools
Led by Nikki Anderson's 38th-place finish in 19:33.56, the Tigers placed seventh out of 22 teams at the Indiana Intercollegiates and second among the non-Division I schools. Courtney Daugherty was 43rd in 19:38.91 and Adrienne Gough 44th in 19:39.27. Results
Tigers place third at Hanover Invitational
DePauw placed third in the 21-team field at the Hanover Invitational and were led by an eighth-place finish from Nikki Anderson in 19:09.75. Results
DePauw wins Hokum-Karem
The Tigers took first at the annual Hokum-Karem meet at Wabash. The team of Adrienne Gough and Courtney Daugherty finished fifth with a combined time of 23:18.