Race Results for
2006 USA Cycling Collegiate Track Nationals
Indianapolis, IN
(Event Information)
200m on 09/23/2006

Note: Ranking points are NOT upgrade points. An explanation of ranking points can be found here.

Women - collegiate - open

 Place Points NameCity, StateTime USAC #BibTeam
1 Briana Kovac   Carmel, IN13.082 200504   Indiana University
2 Erica Allar   Tucson, AZ13.124 174914   Penn State
3 Andrea Fisk   Portland, OR13.181 208517   University of Portla
4 Katie Thompson   Bloomington, IN13.29 221798   Indiana University
5 Chloe Jackson   East Hampton, CT13.298 181210   Lees-McRae College
6 Abigail (Abby) Brearton   Indianapolis, IN13.383 111574   Marian College
7 Kira Fling   Boulder, CO13.547 77406   University of Colora
8 Pamela Loebig   Bloomington, IN13.614 241443   Indiana University
9 Abigail Dean   Greencastle, IN13.697 252482   DePauw U Cycling
10 Sierra Siebenlist   Indianapolis, IN14.021 166038   Marian College
11 Trevy Ramos   Johnson City, TN14.197 223339   Indiana University
12 Jacquelyn Crowell   Alpharetta, GA14.207 185441   University of Florid
13 Courtney Gertler   Davis, CA14.357 232681   UC - Davis Cal Aggie
14 Julie Mitchell   Austin, TX14.382 194709   University of Texas
15 Elena Dorr   Chicago, IL14.414 225028   U of Minnesota Cycli
15 Nadine Martin   Indianapolis, IN14.414 217233   Marian College
17 Amanda Seigle   Citrus Heights, CA14.562 203755   UC - DAVIS
18 Elizabeth Allbut   Sacramento, CA14.663 226645   UC - Davis Cal Aggie
19 Kelsey Hassin   West Point, NY14.814 251494   Army
20 Caroline Humphreys   Davis, CA14.824 238470   UC - Davis Cal Aggie
21 Heather Ross   Felton, CA14.943 239612   University of Maryla
22 tiffany montgomery   West Point, NY15.344 252519   Army
23 Jannelle Allong   Laurelton, NY15.677 234276   Army
24 Erin Whitmore   Arlington15.805 252497   DePauw U Cycling

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