WORCESTER, Mass. – The Worcester State women's cross country team has been selected to repeat as the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) champion, in a polling of conference coaches.
Last year, the Worcester State University women's cross country team won its first-ever MASCAC Championship as four players were ranked in the top-10 on the 5K course. Mia Rogers was the Lancers highest finisher with a 2nd place position.
The Lancers will have a new look this season as they will run under first year Head Coach DJ Raboin.
The women's cross country team's first meet will be on September 1st as they travel to attend the Jim Sheehan Invitational at the Doyle Conservation in Leominster.
2018 MASCAC Women's Cross Country
Pre-Season Coaches Poll
(First Place Votes In Parentheses)
1. Worcester State (4) 34 points
2. Westfield State (3) 32 points
3. Bridgewater State 27 points
4. Framingham State 19 points
5. Fitchburg State 18 points
6. MCLA 10 points
7. Massachusetts Maritime 7 points