Middlebury RR. Not sure what my actual time was since my Garmin died after 11 miles. Great. But wait! it gets better! My right brakes/shifters loosened after maybe 10 miles... not sure how but I couldn't hold on to the hood area (the place you usually hold onto while cycling) so I had to ride in the drops or in the climbing position the whole time. Not comfortable. Breaking was also a bit scary because I didn't want to grab the brakes too hard so they didn't completely loosen. I went through the first lap (17 miles) and was going to stop but then just decided to keep going and at least get a workout in. I guess that's what I got.
Trying to get the cycling situation sorted out at Georgetown and it's already stressful and I have to call like 14 people. All I need is a signature! #crying
Individual Time Trial in Hanover. First half a mile was uphill, then we rode through the Dartmouth campus where I got stuck behind a car (because the course marshals sucked), then we rode down a big hill and then back up and down one more time to the finish. Treated this more of a warm up for the crit especially since I was slowed down by the car.
Cycling warm up/down 15:00 
Cycling42:00  13.95 mi (19.9 mph)
"Frat Row" crit @ Dartmouth. Felt ok the first 6 laps or so. Then I started yoyoing off the back of the pack for a while. If I didn't position myself in the middle of the pack for the downhill I had to catch up on the flats. Managed to get back into the middle/front of the pack during the middle of the race and then there was a nice crash that took out 3 girls. I was behind them and didn't get caught in it but tried to catch back up to the 5 girls, including Anna, in front. Couldn't so I did the last 4 laps solo. Ouch. Finished maybe 20s behind the pack. Not happy with that one.