Captain Lindsey Butterworth led the Simon Fraser University women's cross-country team to the aggregate title at the Emerald City Open in Seattle on Saturday.
Butterworth finished fourth in a time of 22.35.3 on a rainy six-kilometre course, while the Clan team placed six more runners in the top 20 of the 83-competitor field.
SFU alum Jessica Smith, representing the Valley Royals, finished third over-all.
Freshman Peggy Noel and Kansas McKenzie finished behind Butterworth in under 23 minutes, placing seventh and ninth, respectively.
Kirsten Allen placed just outside the top 10 in a time of 23: 04.6 to place 11th. Michaela Kane rounded out the Clan's top five runners, placing 15th to give SFU a winning 36 points. Sarah Sawatzky and Emma Chadsey also finished in the top 20, placing 16th and 19th, respectively.
New Westminster's Gabrielle Napolenone also competed for the Clan.
Timo Hoberg had the best finish for the SFU men's team, placing 15th to help the squad place fourth overall.
Austin Trapp and Cameron Proceviat of Burnaby broke the tape in 18th and 20th place, respectively.