2001 Women's Cross Country Archive
DePauw's season comes to a close, just barely, at NCAA Regional
The Tigers placed fourth at the regional championships hosted by Kalamazoo, by just eight points, and failed to qualify for the NCAA Division III Championship. Natalie Schaffer led the Tigers with a 13th place showing in 18:43.7. Complete results
Tiger men headed to NCAA Championships for first time; women just miss
For the first time in school history, the DePauw men's cross country team has earned a spot in the NCAA Division III Championship. The Tigers placed third at the Regional hosted by Kalamazoo and earned a spot in the field. The women placed fourth and just missed qualifying by eight points.
Tigers finish second at SCAC Championships
The Tigers placed second at the SCAC Championships with 42 points to first-place Rhodes which finished with 38. Natalie Shaffer placed second in 19:13.22, while Lindsay Bruick was seventh in 19:43.77 and Erin Toth placed eighth in 19:45.22 to round out DePauw's all-conference performances.
DePauw finishes ninth at Wisconsin-Parkside
Behind Lindsay Bruick's 20th place finish in 19:25 and Katy Quirk's 29th place showing in 19:35, the Tigers finished ninth at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside Invitational. DePauw times and finishes
Tigers place eighth at Augustana Invitational
DePauw finished eighth at the Brissman Lundeen Invitational hosted by Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois. Leading the way for the Tigers were Lindsay Bruick in 26th place in 18:46 and Katy Quirk in 33rd in 18:58. Complete results
DePauw wins Little State title; places fifth overall at Indiana Intercollegiates
The Tigers finished first among all non-Division I schools to win the Little State portion of the Indiana Intercollegiates hosted by Purdue. Natalie Shaffer placed fourth with Lindsay Bruick finishing seventh. DePauw finishes
Tigers ranked 25th in Division III
In the first national poll of the year, the Tigers are ranked 25th in NCAA Division III competition.
DePauw wins second straight invitational
DePauw's Natalie Shaffer and Lindsay Bruick placed first and second, respectively, at the Great Lakes College Association Championships to power the Tigers to the team title with 42 points to runner-up Kenyon's 53. Shaffer finished in 20:16 with Bruick right behind in 20:19. Katy Quirk was sixth in 20:46, Erin Toth finished eighth in 20:55 and Micah Ling placed 25th in 21:56. DePauw finishes
Tigers repeat as Hokum-Karem champions
DePauw captured the Wabash Hokum-Karem title for the second consecutive year with seven points to runner-up Millikin's 20. Lindsay Bruick and Natalie Shaffer combined to win individual honors in a time of 23:47. Katy Quirk and Betsy App placed second in 24:15, while Amber Manriquez and Erin Toth were fourth in 24:54.