Events

UC-Berkeley takes overall title at collegiate cycling championships

The final day of the 2002 National Collegiate Cycling Association Championships in Burlington, Vermont on Sunday concluded with the 19-mile team time trial event. In the Division I men’s race, the University of California at Berkeley took the national title with a time of 41:05.260, finishing just 5 seconds ahead the University of California at Davis. In Division I women’s action, the Midwestern State University team had a dominating ride. They came across the line in 47:11.490, more than half a minute ahead of Cal-Poly San Luis Obispo. The bronze went to the University of California at

By Eric Gullickson , VeloNews Correspondent

The final day of the 2002 National Collegiate Cycling Association Championships in Burlington, Vermont on Sunday concluded with the 19-mile team time trial event. In the Division I men’s race, the University of California at Berkeley took the national title with a time of 41:05.260, finishing just 5 seconds ahead the University of California at Davis.

In Division I women’s action, the Midwestern State University team had a dominating ride. They came across the line in 47:11.490, more than half a minute ahead of Cal-Poly San Luis Obispo. The bronze went to the University of California at Berkeley, whose performance, coupled with the men’s win, put the team on top in the overall omnium competition for the weekend with a total of 499 points.

“I decided in November we were going to win this thing,” said Lance Doherty, the team ‘guru’ and time trial specialist at the University of California at Berkeley. “We did it right — we all had to be on the same schedule and motivated to do it.”

In Division II racing, Yale University took the women’s title with a time of 50:08.070 and John’s Hopkins University won the men’s title with a time of 41:52.27.

Dartmouth College ended the weekend with 409 points to take the overall Division II title ahead of Yale University.

Results

2002 NATIONAL COLLEGIATE CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS, Burlington, VT. May 10-12.

Men’s Division I Team Time Trial;;
1. University of California – Berkeley, 41:05.260 (Lance Doherty, Robert Novy-Max, Roman Kilun, Andy Jacques-Maynes); 2. University of California – Davis, 41:10.450 (Jeff Angermann, Clint Buttler, Marc Collard, Leif Johnson); 3. University of Colorado – Boulder, 41:16.380 (Darby Thomas, Jacob Frenz, Nathan Dills, Patrick Sullivan); 4. Penn State, 41:25.090; 5. Midwestern State University, 41:33.520;;

Women’s Division I Team Time Trial;;
1. Midwestern State University, 41:11.490 (Ivana Bisaro, Janna Jackson, Ivana Miucic); 2. Cal-Poly San Luis Obispo, 47:47.640 (Erin Standley, Bridget Koller, Holly Phipps, Ryan Layhee); 3.University of California – Berkeley, 47:48.610 (Jenna Loyd, Kate Maher, Audry Maher, Anya Hinkle); 4. University of Colorado Boulder, 48:10.710; 5. University of Florida , 49:15:000;;

Men’s Division II Team Time Trial;;
1. John’s Hopkins University – 41:52.270 (Reid Mumford, Kris Hedges, Andrew Inglis, Edward Brinole); 2. Yale University, 42:14.060 (Robert Curry, Peter Petrillo, William King, Ryan Bennett); 3. Emory University, 43:30.360 (Cappy Sinclair, Robert Giannini, Andrew Deters); 4. Colorado College, 43:50.890; 5. University of Kentucky, 43:53.020;;

Women’s Division II Team Time Trial;;
1. Yale University, 50:08.070 (Amanda Lawrence, Marissa Kellogg, Reilly Dibner); 2. Dartmouth College, 52:29.240 (Cloe Shelton, Amy Wallace, Kristina Eaton); 3. U.S. Air Force Academy, 54:04.260 (Melanie Barnes, Mary Rudy, Emma Tucker); 4. University of Montana, 56.02.660; 5. U.S. Army, 56:06.000;;

Team Overall Division I (Crit, Road Race, Time Trial);;
1.University of California at Berkeley – 499;
2. University of Colorado – 446;
3. University of California at Davis – 433;
4. Midwestern State University pts. – 307;
5. University of Florida – 299;;

Team Overall Division II (Crit, Road Race, Time Trial);;
1. Dartmouth College – 409;
2. Yale University – 377;
3. U.S. Air Force Academy – 365;
4.University of Montana – 311;
5. John’s Hopkins University – 288;;

Men’s Individual Overall Division I (Crit, Road Race, Time Trial);;
1. Ben Jacques-Maynes – 272;
2. Andy Jacques-Maynes – 245;
3. Matthew Sadaucka – 216;;

Women’s Individual Overall Division I (Crit, Road Race, Time Trial);;
1. Kate Maher – 196;
2. Carolyn Donnely – 156;
3. Katherine King – 112;;

Men’s Individual Overall Division II (Crit, Road Race, Time Trial);;
1. Kyle Wamsley – 259;
2. Andrew Ingles – 244;
3. Tyler Wren – 225;;

Women’s Individual Overall Division II (Crit, Road Race, Time Trial);;
1. Amanda Lawrence – 187;
2. Marissa Kellogg – 142;
3. Lauren Gaffney – 134;;