Kylie Anicic made it two wins in two races Friday when she was first across the line at the Robert Morris Colonial XC Invitational outside Pittsburgh.
Anicic, a Kingsway graduate and Edinboro (Pa.) junior, ran 22:37 over the odd distance of 6,212 meters at the Youthtowne complex in Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pa. That’s 18:12 pace for 5,000 meters with an extra three-quarters of a mile added on at the same pace.
Anicic won by 125 meters over junior teammate Kimberly Goerss, who was second in 23:04.
In her first XC race in three years, Anicic won the Doug Watts Open in Edinboro two weeks ago, and Goerss was 3rd in that race.
Seton Hill of Greensburg, Pa., won the team title 44-52 over Edinboro, with Carnegie Mellon third with 58 points.
Edinboro is ranked No. 1 in the most recent USTFCCCA NCAA Division 2 Atlantic Region rankings, and Seton Hill is No. 4.