Emilie Barton
Emilie Barton
Height: 5-4
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Sterling, Ill.
High School: Newman Central Catholic
Major: Accounting

2014
Named to the Capital One Division II Academic All-District 1 Women’s Cross Country and Track Team, USTFCCCA All-Academic Team, and CACC Fall All-Academic Team…Became the Rams’ first conference champion since 2011 after posting the winning time of 19:55 (5K) at the CACC Championship (Nov. 2)…Earned the CACC Runner of the Year award…Finished 34th at the NCAA Division II East Region Championship (Nov. 22) with a time of 23:04.7 (6K)…Opened the season with the eighth-place time of 22:21.79 (5K) at the Wilmington University Invitational (Sept. 6)…Posted the 29th-place time of 24:40 (6K) at the Division II Challenge (Sept. 13)…Had a 20:36 (5K) to take third at the Philadelphia Metropolitan Championship (Sept. 27)…Was the team’s top runner, 44th overall, with a time of 23:15 (6K) in the Paul Short Run (Oct. 4)…Came in 47th after crossing the finish line in 24:10 (6K) at the Princeton Invitational (Oct. 18). 

2013
Was 82nd at the NCAA Division II East Region Championship (Nov. 10) with a time of 25:19.4 (6K)…Earned a place on the All-CACC team after finishing 15th in the CACC Championship (Oct. 27) with a time of 21:10 (5K)…Started her season with a 256th-place finish with a time of 26:24 (6K) in the Paul Short Run Brown Race (6K)…Finished 18th in a time of 27:01 (5K) at the Jack Saint Clair Memorial (Oct. 12)…Recorded the 22nd-place time of 24:23 (6K) in the Collegiate Track Conference Championship (Oct. 19).

2012
Earned All-CACC recognition in her first season as she finished sixth in the CACC Championship Race (Oct. 21) with a personal-best 5K time of 20:36…Ran her best 6K time of 23:57.5 at the NCAA Division II East Regional (Nov. 4) and came in 60th…Was Philadelphia’s second fastest runner, 12th overall, at the DeSales Invitational (Oct. 13)…Came home 11th at the Philadelphia Metro Championship (Sept. 22)…Crossed the finish line in 15th in the season-opening Delaware Valley Invitational (Sept. 1).