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The University of New Hampshire athletic department welcomes avid golf players to the 12th annual golf scramble to be held Monday May 15, 2006 at Campbell’s Scottish Highlands. Proceeds from the golf scramble help support UNH Men’s and Women’s Track & Field and Cross Country programs.


BOSTON — Catherine Parker (Westford, Mass.), a sophomore at the University of New Hampshire, was named to the inaugural America East All-Academic Women's Cross Country Team, the conference announced Wednesday.


Catherine Parker (Westford, Mass.) was the fifth runner to cross the finish line at the 2005 America East Championship and led the University of New Hampshire women's cross country team to third place in the event, which was held Saturday at Binghamton University.


VESTAL, N.Y. — Catherine Parker (Westford, Mass.) was the fifth runner to cross the finish line at the 2005 America East Championship and led the University of New Hampshire women's cross country team to third place in the event, which was held Saturday at Binghamton University.


UNH placed two runners in the top 10 and finished with 76 points to easily defeat the 23-team field. Middlebury placed second with 113 points. Fellow America East members Binghamton University (193 points) and Albany (238) placed sixth and eighth, respectively.


BOSTON — The University of New Hampshire women's cross country team accrued 1123 points to finish in 38th place at the New England Women's Varsity 2005 Cross Country Championship, which was held Oct. 8 at Franklin Park.




ORONO, Maine — Catherine Parker (Westford, Mass.) finished in 20th place to lead the University of New Hampshire women's cross country team to a fourth-place finish at the Murray Keatinge Invitational, which was held Oct. 1 at the University of Maine.


Her first-place finish led 'Cats to victory

BOSTON — Catherine Parker (Westford, Mass./Westford), a sophomore on the University of New Hampshire cross country team, was named the America East women's Cross Country Performer of the Week, the league announced Tuesday.


NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — Sophomore Catherine Parker (Westford, Mass.) was the individual champion of the Third Annual Ted Owens Cross Country Invitational to lead a group of six Wildcats in the top 10 and the University of New Hampshire women's cross country team to a first-place finish Saturday afternoon at Stanley Quarter Park.


BOSTON — The University of New Hampshire women's cross country team received one first-place vote and a total of 49 points to place third in the America East Preseason Coaches' Poll that was release Wednesday afternoon.


Heather Carmichael (Windsor, Vt.) was the top UNH finisher as she was the eighth runner to cross the finish line with her time of 19:51.Ashley Vance (Mancehster, N.H.) completed the course in 20:20 to earn 10th place. Liz Morrissey (Mount Kisco, N.Y.; 20:53) edged teammate Danielle Costanza (Moultonboro, N.H.; 20:54) for 12th place, and Allison Pomykato (Hampstead, N.H.) rounded out the Wildcats' scoring in 15th place with a time of 21:09.


DURHAM, N.H. – University of New Hampshire’s Catherine Parker (Westford, Mass.) placed first in 17 minutes, 35 seconds, which equaled the third fastest time on the home course, but Providence College notched the team victory, defeating UNH by a score of 38-21.



DURHAM, N.H. – University of New Hampshire’s Catherine Parker (Westford, Mass.) placed first in 17 minutes, 35 seconds, which equaled the third fastest time on the home course, but Providence College notched the team victory, defeating UNH by a score of 38-21.





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