Delta Gamma wins 26th Little 500


Kayce Doogs from Delta Gamma crosses the finish line to win the Women's Little 500 on Friday afternoon at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Clayton Moore Buy Photos

Delta Gamma's Kayce Doogs outsprinted Kappa Alpha Theta's Kathleen Chelminiak for the title, as the two teams finished 1-2; the same order they finished in 2012.

Delta Gamma is the sixth team in women's Little 500 history to win back-to-back races. The most recent team to accomplish the feat was Teter in 2010 and 2011.

Heading into the final three laps, Delta Gamma's title chances were less than certain, however. On lap 98, Kappa Kappa Gamma began its sprint to the finish line and held a sizeable lead heading into the last lap.

As the teams progressed through turns one and two, Kappa's lead diminished as both Delta Gamma and Theta closed in. By turn three, Delta Gamma had taken the lead and held it all the way to the finish line.

Here is a look at the unofficial top 33  finishers from Friday's race:

1. Delta Gamma
2. Kappa Alpha Theta
3. Wing It
4. Cru
5. Melanzana
6. Alpha Chi Omega
7. Kappa Kappa Gamma
8. Teter
9. Zeta Tau Alpha
10. Phi Mu
11. Kappa Delta
12. Chi Omega
13. Gamma Phi Beta
14. Rainbow Cycling
15. Army
16. Delta Sigma Pi
17. CSF
18. Alpha Gamma Delta
19. Last Chance
20. Ride On
21. Pi Beta Phi
22. Alpha Xi Delta
23. Air Force
24. Alpha Omicron Pi
25. Alpha Sigma Alpha
26. Theta Phi Alpha
27. Alpha Delta Pi
28. Alpha Phi
29. Mezcla
30. Delta Zeta
31. Sigma Delta Tau
32. Alpha Epsilon Phi
33. Delta Delta Delta

- Jordan Littman


The Delta Gamma team celebrates a Women's Little 500 victory on Friday afternoon at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Delta Gamma won for a second year in a row. Clayton Moore Buy Photos


Ellexis Howey from Delta Gamma celebrates with teammates during the Women's Little 500 race on Friday at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Delta Gamma won the race for the second year in a row. Haley Ward Buy Photos

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