Men’s Results Yeager’s time in the men’s race was trailed by Kyle Brandt’s (Maple Grove, Minn.) 14th-place finish in 18:24.9 while freshman Kurt TeBeest (Montevideo, Minn.) was 40th and Xavier Lechleitner (Edgar, Wis.) came in 43rd. Maximilian Fridrich was 48th to complete the scoring for the men’s team in the 76-runner field. Women’s Results Story Links Print Friendly Version Drake Women’s Results – 4k10. Bailee Cofer, 14:25.734. Mykaela Cole, 15:23.236. Elizabeth Aho, 15:30.539. Morgan Garcia, 15:43.540. Millie Bretl, 15:44.144. Olivia Rogers, 15:52.149. Paige Nicholson, 16:13.851. Kenzie Mente, 16:15.452. Kayla Giuliano, 16:19.855. Rachel Selva, 16:40.357. Meghan Kearney, 16:54.4 IOWA CITY, Iowa – The Drake University men’s and women’s cross country teams opened their seasons with encouraging performances Friday, Sept. 1, evening at the Hawkeye Invitational.Senior Bailee Cofer (Overland Park, Kan.) had the team’s top performance on the day, finishing 10th in the women’s 4-kilometer race with a time of 14:27.7. Josh Yeager (Center Point, Iowa) had the men’s team’s top finish with a 12th place showing in the 6-kilometer race and a time of 18:14.0 The Bulldogs return to competition next Friday, Sept. 8, at the Oz Memorial in Falcon Heights, Minn. Photo Gallery Mykaela Cole (Urbandale, Iowa) was the second Bulldog across the finish line in the women’s race in 34th place followed by Elizabeth Aho (Grayslake, Ill.) in 36th, Morgan Garcia (Marion, Iowa) in 39th and Millie Bretl (Milwaukee, Wis.) in 40th among the 61-runner field. 2017 Hawkeye InvitationalAshton Cross Country Course – Iowa City, Iowa Drake Men’s Results – 6k12. Josh Yeager, 18:14.014. Kyle Brandt, 18:24.940. Kurt TeBeest, 19:14.843. Xavier Lechleitner, 19:16.248. Maximilian Fridrich, 19:22.653. Matt Cozine, 19:27.058. Joe Romain, 19:33.760. Chris Kaminski, 19:41.461. Justin Philips, 19:43.565. Cole Friedman 20:12.972. Alec Bognar, 21:32.9 “In the women’s race, Bailee Cofer showed her summer training with a top-10 finish and two freshmen, Elizabeth Aho and Millie Bretl, scored for us, so that was a great start to the season for our women,” said first-year Drake head coach Mark Carroll. “Josh [Yeager] and Kyle [Brandt] looked like they put in some good work over the summer and it was a great start overall. Hopefully we get stronger week after week.” The Bulldogs competed against host Iowa, Iowa State, UNI, Illinois State, Creighton and Central Iowa in the meet that was scored as a double dual amongst the teams. Drake’s men’s squad defeated Creighton in that scoring.
Go back to the e-newsletterNanuku Auberge Resort Fiji has this week released details of pricing for its 13-new luxury one- and two-bedroom Auberge Beach Villas, now right on schedule for an official October 2018 opening.Pricing leads in at FJ$3350 per night for a one-bedroom Garden Villa inclusive of à la carte breakfast and all taxes. Per night rates for a two-bedroom Garden Villa start from FJ$4100, again inclusive of à la carte breakfast and all taxes.Announcing the new tariffs, Nanuku Auberge Resort GM, Sascha Hemmann, said the new villas, along with the resort’s current inventory, were seen as ideal for multigenerational families but in reality would suit just about anyone looking for an intimate, private villa-style holiday.“The beauty of a stay in our Auberge Beach Villas lies in the fact our guests can enjoy their very own, very private environment or if they wish, take full advantage of a full resort offering literally just a short walk away,” Mr Hemmann said.When complete, the new Auberge Beach Villas will offer state-of-the-art kitchens, private swimming pools and private open terraces offering indoor and outdoor living fronted by a three-kilometre-long white-sand beach and the resort’s own pristine house reef.The 13 new villas have increased the resort’s overall property inventory to 37 residences, ranging from the existing one-, two- and four-bedroom villas through to the three- and four-bedroom Hilltop Ocean View and the six-bedroom Owners Residence.“Currently, we cater for anyone, be that couples, families, wedding parties and their guests and other larger assemblages and especially multigenerational family groups,” Mr Hemmann said.“The advent of our new Auberge Beach Villas will take our ability to deliver right across the travel spectrum, in the process placing Nanuku Auberge Resort in a unique position on the Fijian luxury accommodation landscape.”Go back to the e-newsletter