THE BRONX, N.Y. – In addition to placing third as a team, three member of the Yale women's cross country team earned All-Ivy honors for their performance this afternoon. First year Sevanne Ghazarian and junior Andrea Masterson earned first team All-Ivy honors, while first year Kayley DeLay took second team All-Ivy honors. This marks the second consecutive year that the Bulldogs have had two first team All-Ivy honorees.
Masterson's finish was particularly impressive, as it is the highest place by any Bulldog on the women's cross country team since Lindsay Donaldson '08 earned the individual title back in 2006. And Masterson still has another year left on the team to improve upon an already outstanding outing. This is her first All-Ivy honor for cross country.
DeLay and Ghazarian also earned All-Ivy honors for their outstanding performance on Friday. The two have consistently scored for the team, usually as two of the top three finishers on the team. Ghazarian impressed today by being the first freshman to cross the finish line. She finished seventh overall, crossing the finish line in 21:17.6 to earn her first team All-Ivy honors. Meanwhile, DeLay earned second team All-Ivy honors with her 12th place finish, finishing in 21:32.5. This marks the first time in recent memory that two first years earned All-Ivy honors for Yale.
Report by Ariel A. Sánchez '19