2013 USA Cycling Colligiate Road National Champions

  
  



2013 USA Cycling Colligiate Road National Championships
Ogden, UT
May 3-5,  2013

 
Team Time Trial
Division II Women Massachusetts Institute of Technology 51:03.30
Division I Women Marian University 48:46.76
Division II Men Duke University 42:37.95
Division I Men Marian University 42:06.93

Individual Time Trial
Division II Women Jasmine Hansen (Grimes, Iowa/U.S. Miltary Academy) 31:49.39
Division I Women Jessica Prinner (South Elgin, Ill./Midwestern State University) 31:11.59
Division II Men Michael Burleigh (Denver, Colo./University of Denver) 27:36.85
Division I Men Spencer Oswald (Dubuque, Iowa/Lees-McRae College) 27:15.94

Criterium
Division II Women Rose Long (New York, N.Y./Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai)
Division I Women Coryn Rivera (Tustin, Calif./Marian University)
Division II Men Michael Mulvihill (San Francisco, Calif./Duke University)
Division I Men Colton Barrett (Indianapolis, Ind./Marian University)

Road Race
Division I WomenKaitlin Antonneau (Racine, Wis./Marian University) 3:02:01
Division II Women Mackinzie Stanley (Walla Walla, Wash./Whitman College) 3:27:15
Division I Men Howard Grotts (Durango, Colo./Fort Lewis College) 2:56:56
Division II Men Cameron Cogburn (Cambridge, Mass./Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 3:02:08

Omnium
Division I Team Marian University — 553 points
Division II Team Massachusetts Institute of Technology — 428 points
Division I Men Individual Adam Leibovitz (Indianapolis, Ind./Marian University) — 289 points
Division II Men Individual Matt Lyons (Denver, Colo./University of Denver) — 278 points
Division I Women Individual Kaitlin Antonneau (Racine, Wis./Marian University) — 295 points
Division II Women Individual Laura Ralston (Cambridge, Mass./Massachusetts Institute of Technology) — 274 points
 


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