FOND DU LAC, Wis.—Miami University’s senior team placed second in a four-team field, while the RedHawk junior team finished ninth among the 12-team field at the Foot of the Lake Classic on Saturday, which also was the Junior World Qualifier.

Miami’s senior team earned a combined score of 169.08 over the two-day event. The ReHawks placed second in the free skate with a score of 111.48 to their program themed “Cards.” The RedHawks earned a program element score 48.85 and a program component score of 62.63. The Haydenettes won the competition with a combined score of 192.64 after posting a score of 127.49 for their free skate program. Skyliners finished third with a combined score of 144.00, while Starlights finished fourth with a total score of 134.45.

The junior team posted a score of 72.31 for its free skate program themed “Dancing Dolls.” Miami was ninth in both the short program and free skate and earned a combined score of 105.09 at the event. The RedHawks had a total element score of 34.30 and a program component score of 40.01 but had two deductions. Lexettes won the event with a combined score of 155.17 after notching a score of 107.17 for their free skate. Chicago Jazz finished second with a combined score of 146.72 and was followed by St. Louis Synergy (146.36), Skyliners (138.32), Synchroettes (134.06), Hockettes (128.67), Team Braemar (127.46), Starlights (110.17), Miami, Fond du Lac Blades (104.14), Team Delaware (99.22) and Capital Steps (74.42).

Miami’s senior and collegiate teams are in action Jan. 11-12 at the Mid-America Championships.