West Virginia placed fourth at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regionals in State College, PA, on Friday.
There were three top-25 finishers for the Mountaineers that earned All-Mid-Atlantic Region honors including Jillian Forsey, Maggie Drazba and Amy Cashin.
Forsey crossed the finish line second overall, qualifying for the NCAA Championships. She had a season best time of 20:09.
Drazba finished in 11th with a time of 20:47. Cashin placed 22nd with a time of 21:12.
Other finishers include Megan Yuan in 37th (21:42), Olivia Hill in 41st (21:45), Brynn Harshbarger in 47th (21:53), and Briana Kerekes in 84th (22:21).
Penn State took home the first place win with a score of 36 points, followed by No. 21 Villanova in second, No. 24 Penn in third, No. 27 WVU in fourth, and Georgetown in fifth.
West Virginia had a total score of 112 points.
The Mountaineers are hoping to qualify for the NCAA Cross Country Championships for the first time since 2014.
The 2016 NCAA Championships will be at 11 a.m. on Nov. 19 in Terre Haute, Indiana.