Oregon junior Jordan Hasay was outkicked by Villanova senior Sheila Reid over the final 100 meters today as Hasay finished second to Reid in the women's 6K race at the NCAA Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind.
Reid won her second consecutive cross country title and became only the third women's runner to win multiple NCAA cross country crowns. She finished in 19 minutes, 41.2 seconds with Hasay, the former Mission Prep star, was clocked in 19:41.8.
Eight runners were in the lead pack with 400 meters to go but Hasay and Reid separated themselves with about 100 meters remaining. Hasay took about a two-stride lead over Reid, who also won the 1,500 and 5,000 NCAA track titles in June, who came back to edge Hasay. Hasay was third at last year's NCAA meet and 18th two years ago as a freshman.
Georgetown won the women's team race 162-170 over Washington. Oregon was fifth with 281 points.
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Wisconsin won the men's team title. Results for Cal Poly's men's team and it's two women's runners wasn't immediately available, although it is known that the Mustangs men finished outside of the top five in the team race.