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2011 USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships results, omnium

  • By VeloNews.com
  • Published May. 8, 2011

Division 1 omnium
Women

  • 1. Kaitlin Antonneau, Marian University, 260pts
  • 2. Anna Mcloon, Harvard University, 251
  • 3. Rachel Warner, Lees-McRae College, 210
  • 4. Jacqueline Kurth, Marian University, 198
  • 5. Holly Mathews, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 180
  • 6. Melanie Colavito, University of Arizona, 166
  • 7. Robin Bauer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 164
  • 8. Melissa Erickson, Fort Lewis College, 162
  • 9. Ashley James, Appalachian State University, 161
  • 10. Erica Zaveta, Lees-McRae College, 161
  • 11. Kelley Hess, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 127
  • 12. Stephanie Skoreyko, University of Utah, 125
  • 13. Sarah Sturm, Fort Lewis College, 122
  • 14. Cinthia Lehner, Lees-McRae College, 117
  • 15. Judy Jenkins, University of Arizona, 106
  • 16. Katharine Hall, University of California-Berkeley, 101
  • 17. Carly Rivezzo, Colorado State University, 93
  • 18. Gracia Folkeringa, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 84
  • 19. Natalie Klemko, Midwestern State University, 84
  • 20. Lauren Catlin, Fort Lewis College, 83
  • 21. Megan Melack, University of California-Santa Cruz, 82
  • 22. Danielle Haulman, University of California-Davis, 72
  • 23. Emily Foxman, University of California-Davis, 69
  • 24. Axie Navas, Northwestern University, 65
  • 25. Heather Fischer, University of Colorado-Boulder, 55
  • 26. Ashley Rethemeyer, Lindenwood University, 54
  • 27. Fiona Strouts, Stanford University, 53
  • 28. Kimberly Ann Zubris, Boston University, 48
  • 29. Melinda Balchan, Indiana University-Bloomington, 46
  • 30. Kaila Hart, Fort Lewis College, 34
  • 31. Claire Bensard, University of Colorado-Boulder, 32
  • 32. Loren Eggenschwiler, Midwestern State University, 29
  • 33. Karianne Burns, University of California-Davis, 26
  • 34. Maggie Sullivan, Northeastern University, 25
  • 35. Kathryn Tolle, Ohio State University, 22
  • 36. Eun Young Choi, Harvard University, 20
  • 37. Nina Laughlin, Appalachian State University, 20
  • 38. Meghan Lapeta, University of Illinois-Chicago, 11
  • 39. Mandy Marquardt, Pennsylvania State University, 6

Men

  • 1. Alister Ratcliff, Fort Lewis College, 211pts
  • 2. Adam Leibovitz, Marian University, 191
  • 3. Eric Lau, Stanford University, 157
  • 4. Brian Sheedy, Lees-McRae College, 149
  • 5. Gregory Christian, Michigan State University, 143
  • 6. Sam Bassetti, University of California-Davis, 140
  • 7. Stuart Mcmanus, Harvard University, 139
  • 8. Josh Yeaton, University of Colorado-Boulder, 124
  • 9. Jesse Goodrich, University of Colorado-Boulder, 112
  • 10. Max Korus, University of Pennsylvania, 109
  • 11. Eric Young, Indiana University-Bloomington, 107
  • 12. David Glick, University of Arizona, 91
  • 13. Zack Allison, Colorado State University, 91
  • 14. Alex Wieseler, Marian University, 90
  • 15. S Charles Zamastil, Temple University, 66
  • 16. John (jackie) Simes, Marian University, 64
  • 17. Alexander Meyer, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 55
  • 18. Matias Perret, University of Iowa, 50
  • 19. Andrew Otte, Purdue University, 47
  • 20. Christopher Dudley, University of Nevada-Reno, 41
  • 21. Alexander Yeh, Stanford University, 38
  • 22. Luke Harris, Colorado State University, 27

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Division 2 omnium
Women

  • 1. Laura Ralston, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 308pts
  • 2. Elle Anderson, Dartmouth College, 256
  • 3. Martha Buckley, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 253
  • 4. Katie Quinn, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 220
  • 5. Kimberley Turner, Seattle Pacific University, 210
  • 6. Kimberly Flynn, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, 200
  • 7. Sarah Madsen, Mesa State College, 165
  • 8. Yuri Matsumoto, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 163
  • 9. Traci Kroll, Humboldt State University, 148
  • 10. Kelly Desharnais, Bucknell University, 146
  • 11. Emily Brown, U.S. Air Force Academy, 138
  • 12. Klara Rossouw, Mars Hill College, 124
  • 13. Elizabeth Martin, University of Northern Colorado, 121
  • 14. Irene Hurst, Tulane University, 118
  • 15. Stephanie Rynas, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, 106
  • 16. Jennifer Perricone, University of Notre Dame, 100
  • 17. Rachel Hoar, Whitman College, 100
  • 18. Sinead Odwyer, Bucknell University, 97
  • 19. Esmeralda Martinezramos, Mesa State College, 89
  • 20. Lindsy Campbell, University of Montana, 84
  • 21. Stephanie Bunnett, Mars Hill College, 81
  • 22. Elizabeth Lee, Mercer University, 79
  • 23. Rachel Yodis, Millersville University-Pennsylvania, 70
  • 24. Gabriella Allong, U.S. Military Academy, 66
  • 25. Chelsea Momany, Whitman College, 66
  • 26. Rebekah Morris, Bucknell University, 60
  • 27. Roxanne Pierson, Whitman College, 54
  • 28. Lauren Heiliger, U.S. Military Academy, 46

Men

  • 1. Kyle Knott, Mars Hill College, 267pts
  • 2. Maxwell Anderson, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, 250
  • 3. Robin Carpenter, Swarthmore College, 248
  • 4. Andrew Baker, Furman University, 240
  • 5. Nicholas Boulle, Southern Methodist University, 161
  • 6. Richard Geng, Mesa State College, 144
  • 7. Sebastian Scherf, Mars Hill College, 134
  • 8. Brian Arne, College of Charleston, 130
  • 9. Conor Mullervy, Mesa State College, 129
  • 10. Robert Ferris, Duke University, 118
  • 11. Evan Murphy, Rhode Island School of Design, 115
  • 12. Steve Fisher, Western Washington University, 106
  • 13. John Wofford, Wake Forest University, 106
  • 14. Matthew Rinehart, Duke University, 106
  • 15. John Wofford, Wake Forest University, 106
  • 16. James Bird, University of Montana, 99
  • 17. Mathew Meunier, Cumberland University, 89
  • 18. Alejandro Padilla, Cumberland University, 88
  • 19. Carson Christen, University of Northern Iowa, 81
  • 20. Scott Hoffner, Brevard College, 76
  • 21. Spencer Schaber, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 75
  • 22. Brooks Bostick, College of Charleston, 73
  • 23. Edward Grystar, Brown University, 66
  • 24. Kevin Mullervy, Mesa State College, 63
  • 25. Joe Magro, University of Notre Dame, 59
  • 26. Nathan Keck, University of Montana, 58
  • 27. Gregory Grosicki, College of William And Mary, 47
  • 28. Ryan Short, Western Washington University, 45
  • 29. Brian Parker, Boise State University, 44
  • 30. Jeffrey Salvitti, Bucknell University, 44
  • 31. Paul Webb, Mars Hill College, 42
  • 32. Kaleb Naegeli, Duke University, 39
  • 33. Brenden Siekman, U.S. Military Academy, 37
  • 34. James Mccabe, Wake Forest University, 36
  • 35. Ryan Spaulding, Humboldt State University, 29
  • 36. Bryan Underwood, Brevard College, 25
  • 37. Steven Rusnak, U.S. Military Academy, 21
  • 38. Corey Meyer, Brevard College, 14
  • 39. Benjamin Barry, Humboldt State University, 6

Team Omnium
Division 1

  • 1. Marian University, 505pts
  • 2. Lees-McRae College, 430
  • 3. Fort Lewis College, 351
  • 4. University of California-Davis, 254
  • 5. University of Colorado-Boulder, 246
  • 6. Stanford University, 237
  • 7. Appalachian State University, 234
  • 8. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 227
  • 9. Harvard University, 220
  • 10. University of Arizona, 211
  • 11. Colorado State University, 160
  • 12. Midwestern State University, 157
  • 13. Indiana University-Bloomington, 135
  • 14. Lindenwood University, 104
  • 15. University of California-Berkeley, 88
  • 16. Lindsey Wilson College, 79
  • 17. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 75
  • 18. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 73
  • 19. Texas A & M University, 73
  • 20. Portland State University, 64
  • 21. Michigan State University, 64
  • 22. Pennsylvania State University, 60
  • 23. California Polytechnic-San Luis Obispo, 53
  • 24. University of Utah, 51
  • 25. University of Pennsylvania, 45
  • 26. University of California-Santa Cruz, 40
  • 27. Northwestern University, 34
  • 28. Temple University, 33
  • 29. University of Iowa, 32
  • 30. U.S. Naval Academy, 31
  • 31. University of Vermont, 30
  • 32. University of California-Irvine, 29
  • 33. University of Florida, 29
  • 34. Boston University, 25
  • 35. Purdue University, 24
  • 36. California State University-Sacramento, 19
  • 37. University of Nevada-Reno, 19
  • 38. Northeastern University, 16
  • 39. Ohio State University, 16
  • 40. Clemson University, 13
  • 41. University of Washington-Seattle, 13
  • 42. University of Illinois-Chicago, 11
  • 43. University of California-Santa Barbara, 9
  • 44. University of Kansas, 9
  • 45. University of California-Los Angeles, 9
  • 46. University of Oregon, 7
  • 47. West Virginia University, 3
  • 48. University of IllinoisUrbana-Champaign, 3
  • 49. Florida State University, 0
  • 50. Kansas State University, 0
  • 51. Northern Arizona University, 0
  • 52. Oregon State University, 0
  • 53. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 0
  • 54. University of New Mexico, 0
  • 55. University of Pittsburgh, 0
  • 56. University of Wyoming, 0
  • 57. Virginia Polytechnic University, 0

Division 2

  • 1. Mars Hill College, 428pts
  • 2. Mesa State College, 416
  • 3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 413
  • 4. Duke University, 211
  • 5. U.S. Military Academy, 200
  • 6. Western Washington University, 187
  • 7. Whitman College, 175
  • 8. Dartmouth College, 161
  • 9. Bucknell University, 154
  • 10. University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, 143
  • 11. University of Montana, 119
  • 12. Cumberland University, 115
  • 13. Furman University, 100
  • 14. University of Wisconsin-Platteville, 99
  • 15. Swarthmore College, 98
  • 16. Seattle Pacific University, 87
  • 17. University of Notre Dame, 83
  • 18. Humboldt State University, 76
  • 19. Southern Methodist University, 76
  • 20. Brevard College, 74
  • 21. College of Charleston, 65
  • 22. Millersville University-Pennsylvania, 59
  • 23. U.S. Air Force Academy, 56
  • 24. University of Northern Colorado, 50
  • 25. Wake Forest University, 50
  • 26. Tulane University, 50
  • 27. Rhode Island School of Design, 40
  • 28. Mercer University, 38
  • 29. Brown University, 31
  • 30. University of Northern Iowa, 30
  • 31. Villanova University, 29
  • 32. College of William And Mary, 22
  • 33. Union College-Ky, 21
  • 34. Boise State University, 19
  • 35. Emory University, 17
  • 36. University of North Dakota, 8
  • 37. Franklin And Marshall College, 5
  • 38. Tufts University, 5
  • 39. University of Wisconsin-Stout, 5
  • 40. Montana State University-Bozeman, 4
  • 41. University of Denver, 3
  • 42. New Mexico State University, 0
  • 43. Rochester Institute of Technology, 0
  • 44. University of Chicago, 0
  • 45. University of St Thomas, 0
  • 46. Wentworth Institute of Technology, 0

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