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Waymire and Newhouse Lead Hawks

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University of Iowa sophomore Madison Waymire is one of three point scorers for the Hawkeyes to record a lifetime best in the women’s 5,000-meter race at the Notre Dame Invitational on Friday.

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Waymire (47th) crossed the line in 17:22.7, a 30-second improvement from her 5,000-meter time at the Illinois State Invitational on Sept. 11. The Grimes, Iowa, native has been the top finisher for the Hawkeyes in the past three races.

Juniors Tess Wilberding (17:59.8) and Carolyn Newhouse (18:15.8) raced to season bests en route to finishing second and third for Iowa. Sophomore Kelly Breen (18:19.4) and freshman Andrea Shine (18:21.2) posted personal-best efforts to conclude Iowa’s scoring. The women’s team finished 19th, overall, in the elite division.

“The women raced well all the way,” head coach Layne Anderson said. “I think their performance as a whole is overshadowed by the results. There were a few personal bests and we had some progress today going against tough teams.”

Sophomore Michael Melchert (61st) paced Iowa in the men’s elite five mile with a collegiate best, 24:46.8. He is the third Hawkeye to lead the team in as many races. Junior Ben Anderson (86th/25:00.5) remains Iowa’s second finisher so far this season. The Hawkeye men placed 20th, overall.

“It was a disappointing effort on the men’s side,” Anderson said. “We certainly didn’t run to our capabilities. There were huge gaps throughout our lineup. Today is not a reflection of what we’ve been seeing in training, but we have a few weeks to regroup before our next race.”

The Hawkeyes return to action Oct. 16 with the Bradley Pink Classic in Peoria, Illinois.

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Caldwell Helps Cyclones in Louisville

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Iowa State Men and Women were in action this weekend in two different locations.  The Men ran at the Rim Rock Meet in Lawrence, KS and the Women ran the Greater Louisville Classic.

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The No. 6 Iowa State women’s cross country squad put together an impressive race at the Greater Louisville Classic on Saturday, taking second place in a strong field that included four other ranked teams.

The Cyclones did not run All-American Bethanie Brown, but were led by Perez Rotich, who started her junior campaign by placing fourth, in a time of 17:05.13. Rotich, who did not run in ISU’s first three events of the year, was one of a number of Cyclones making their season debuts at E.P. Tom Sawyer Park, which will host the 2015 NCAA Cross Country Championship.

Iowa State’s second finisher was making not only a season debut, but her career debut as well. Freshman Beck Straw proved that she will be a crucial piece of Iowa State’s season moving forward, placing 12th in a time of 17:14.10. Straw was followed closely by Erin Hooker, a sophomore also running her first event of the year. Hooker clocked a 17:15.01 to finish 13th.

Abby Caldwell, a sophomore from Waverly, Iowa, was ISU’s fourth finisher, placing 20th in 17:20.46. The Cyclones’ scoring effort was completed by junior Maryn Lowry, who took 30th with a time of 17:29.79.

Katherine DeSimone (72nd – 17:55.24), Evelyne Guay (80th – 17:58.93) and Kelly Naumann (96th – 18:05.91) finished out the Iowa State effort.

The Cyclones will finish up their regular season slate in two weeks at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational on Friday, Oct. 16 at 11 a.m. in Madison, Wisc.

No. 8 Michigan – 42
No. 6 Iowa State – 77
No. 19 Penn State – 112
No. 23 Minnesota – 126
Lipscomb – 195
Mississippi – 231
No. 11 Wisconsin – 269
Ohio State – 272
Hillsdale – 283



The No. 22 Iowa State men’s cross country team won the team title at the Rim Rock Classic on Saturday. Sophomore Toby Hardwick was the first Cyclone across the finish line, however it was ISU’s pack approach that propelled them to their second title in as many races, as Iowa State finished with 35 team points to runner-up KU’s 47.

Running against Big 12 foe Kansas on the Jayhawks’ home course, as well as Nebraska, Southern Illinois and Rice, among others, Iowa State’s young squad put their work over the past month on display. The five Cyclones, three of whom are sophomores, that contributed to the team scoring effort crossed the finished line within 18 seconds of each other.

Hardwick, a native of Newark, Ohio, finished in fourth-place, clocking a 24:18.0 in his first race of the season. Fellow sophomore Nathan Rodriguez and senior Brian Llamas were close behind, as Rodriguez finished sixth (24:21.7) and Llamas took seventh (24:22.3).

Daniel Nestor, a graduate transfer from Columbia running his first race as a Cyclone, placed 10th in a time of 24:33.8. Sophomore Joseph Andrews rounded out the ISU scoring effort, finishing 12th in 24:36.8 to seal the title for Iowa State. Keeghan Hurley (17th – 24:46.6) and John Nownes (39th – 25:19.9) also put together strong performances in their second meets of the season.

The Cyclones will look to use the momentum gained Saturday as they prepare for their final meet of the regular season. Iowa State will travel to one of the biggest cross country meets of the season in the Wisconsin adidas Invitational on Friday, Oct. 16 at 11 a.m. in Madison, Wisc.

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Schweizer Sub 17 as Mizou Shines

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Kate Smith-Ankeny Centennial, Hannah Thomas-Dowling Catholic, Karissa Schweizer-Dowling Catholic
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The Tigers faced off against a stacked field on Friday (October 2), taking on nine of the top-ranked teams in the country during the Joe Piane Notre Dame Cross Country Invitational. The women placed 15th in the field behind an impressive top-20 finish by sophomore Karissa Schweizer, while the men were 16th in the team field.

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For the third consecutive meet this season, Schweizer led the charge for the Tiger women, timing through with a new PR of 16:59.30 on the 5k cross country course. In a field which boasted four of the top 25-ranked teams in the country, including current No. 1-ranked New Mexico, Schweizer showed, once again, why she is one of the top young distance runners in the country. From the gun, she tucked in off the shoulders of the lead pack, maintaining through the first half of the race until the pack began to break. She crossed in 18th overall, third out of the SEC teams and first for the Midwest Regional.

Next across the line for the black and gold was junior Teylar Adelsberger, followed by freshman Kelli Jackson, junior Nicole Mello, and sophomore Jamie Kempfer closed out the Tigers’ scorers.

Team: 15th (386 points)
18. Karissa Schweizer, 16:59.30 // 83. Teylar Adelsberger, 17:46.80 // 96. Kelli Jackson, 17:57.60 // 105. Nicole Mello, 18:05.10 // 107. Jamie Kempfer, 18:08.10 // 115. Kate Smith, 18:12.10 // 117. Ellyn Atkinson, 18:12.10 // 147. Sam Garrett, 18:34.90 // 162. Elly DeTurris, 19:10.60

24. Hannah Thomas, 18:35.50 // 37. Bailey Hession, 18:50.70 // 38. Bianca Mello, 18:51.20 // 47. Emmie Hahn, 19:07.40 // 58. Carolyn White, 19:25.70 // 66. Kayla Friesen, 19:37.90

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Anderson Named Hawks’ Team Captain

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Ben Anderson-WDM Valley-Iowa
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University of Iowa juniors Ben Anderson and Tess Wilberding have been named cross country team captains for the 2015 season. UI Director of Track and Field/Cross Country Joey Woody announced the decision Wednesday night at a team meeting.

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“The coaching staff wanted to wait to see who was going to step up to lead each team, and I can tell you that both Ben and Tess have been great leaders from the beginning of the season,” Woody said. “They both have set very high goals for the team this year, and both competed very well for the team at the Illinois State meet. They lead by example every day and are great representatives of our program.”

Anderson, a native of Clive, Iowa, has been the Hawkeyes’ number two finisher in both races this season. He finished 14th overall in the Hawkeye Early Bird Invite, and 10th overall at the Illinois State Invite.

Wilberding, native of Troy, Michigan, has two top 15 finishes for the Hawkeyes. She placed second and third, respectively, among her teammates at the Illinois State Invite and the Early Bird Invitational.

The Hawkeyes return to action Oct. 2 at the Notre Dame Invitational in South Bend, Indiana. The regular season concludes Oct. 16 at the Bradley Pink Invite, and the postseason begins Nov. 1 at the Big Ten Championships in Evanston, Illinois.

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Schweizer Leads Iowa Loaded Mizzou to 2nd Place at Texas A&M

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In their first major meet of the 2015 season, the men and women of Mizzou Cross Country offered a glimpse of the excitement in store later this season, as both teams finished in the top three at the Texas A&M Invitational. The Tigers were led by top-15 individual finishes on both sides, with junior Jordan Cook crossing in 14th for the men’s first 8k of the season, and sophomore Karissa Schweizer leading with a sixth-place finish in the women’s first 6k.

“Today was a great day, on both sides,” Head Coach Marc Burns said. “One thing that I was really proud about on both sides was the stretch – we talk about kicking fast, no matter where you’re at in the race, if you’re having a good day or bad, you always try to out-race people down the stretch And this is the longest stretch I’ve ever seen on a cross country course. To have a 600m straightaway at the end, you have to be smart and not go too early. I think we identified a good spot for them to go, and the team really excelled there.”

The women also had an exciting morning, finishing second as a team with a mere five points separating them from Texas, who currently ranks 27th in the current USTFCCCA (U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association) national polls. Back at the helm for the black and gold was sophomore Karissa Schweizer, who also led the squad two weeks ago in St. Louis. Schweizer was in with the lead pack from the start, moving back slightly as the field spread out at the 2k mark. She crossed as the sixth individual with a final time of 20:40.30.

Not far behind was sophomore Jamie Kempfer, who made her season debut with a 13th-place individual finish in the field of 146, timing through in 20:59.60 for 6k.

Freshman Kate Smith was also back in the mix this weekend after taking off the Forest Park XC Festival. She was fourth across the line for Mizzou in her first 6k ever on the cross country course, 20th overall, in 21:11.20. Also taking to the line for her first 6k was fellow-freshman Kelli Jackson, who has scored for the Tigers in her first two meets. Saturday was no different, as she timed through in 21:16.50 for 23rd in the field.

Rounding out the Tigers’ top five was junior Teylar Adelsberger, whose break-out cross country season continues with a 30th-place crossing, hitting a final time of 21:32.40.

“This was a huge race for the women. For us to finish five points behind Texas without Kaitlyn is a huge step. Karissa set the tone up front, but then the group of Jamie Kempfer, Teylar Adelsberger, Kate Smith, and Kelli Jackon, racing the way they did, it was awesome,” Coach Burns said. “From top to bottom, I feel like we raced really well. They were smart, patient, and they worked really hard in the middle of the race.”

WOMEN’S RESULTS – 6. Karissa Schweizer, 20:40.30 // 13. Jamie Kempfer, 20:59.60 // 20. Kate Smith, 21:11.20 // 23. Kelli Jackson, 21:16.50 // 30. Teylar Adelsberger, 21:32.40 // 49. Nicole Mello, 22:01.10 // 58. Ellyn Atkinson, 22:12.30 // 60. Sam Garrett, 22:14.90 // 70. Elly DeTurris, 22:32.90 // 84. Hannah Thomas, 22:49.80

Next up for Mizzou Cross Country will be the Notre Dame Invitational on Saturday, October 2, in South Bend, Ind. For the latest on your Tigers, stay tuned to and follow the team on Twitter @MIZ_TrackField.

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Iowa Ties to Boise St.’s Griak Win

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The No. 20 Boise State women’s cross country team made a national statement Saturday afternoon by winning the 30th annual Roy Griak Invitational with 37 points, giving the Broncos a 79-point victory over the defending national champions, No. 6 Michigan State (116).

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“It was outstanding,” head coach Corey Ihmels said. “Probably one of the best performances we’ve had as a program. It’s an exciting time for the women’s team, and we are really looking forward to continual improvement throughout the season.”

The 37 points is the fifth-lowest team score for a women’s team in Roy Griak Invitational history. The Broncos were led once again by Allie Ostrander, who finished in second place after finishing the 6-kilometer course in 21:09.4. With three freshmen, a sophomore and a junior providing the counting scores for Boise State, the Blue and Orange won the meet with the youngest competing roster in the field.

The Broncos decisively claimed the victory with two other top-10 performances to join Ostrander. Freshman Annie Bothma took third (21:18.6), sophomore Minttu Hukka finished in sixth place (21:34.0) and freshman Brenna Peloquin placed 11th (21:45.7). Junior Anna Holdiman earned the last score when she finished in 17th (21:58.7).

Peloquin and Holdiman still earned just 10 and 16 points, respectively, in the team standings for Boise State because Baylor’s Maggie Montoya

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took ninth as an individual, and therefore did not earn any points for the Bears.

Charlotte Corless ran exceptional as well, taking 23rd (22:12.2). Katy Wood finished in 65th place (22:56.1), Alexis Fuller clocked a 23:15.7 for

91st and Gracie Tostenson placed 133rd (23:51.7).

Cal’s Bethan Knights won the individual title with a 20:53.

On the men’s side, Michael Vennard paced the Broncos (143 points) to sixth place in the 23-team field by taking third individually after clocking a 24:58.0 on the 8-kilometer course. The sophomore stuck with the large lead pack from the beginning and gradually improved his position throughout the race.

“The men did a nice job of getting out in position and battling,” Ihmels said. “They struggled a little in the middle, but they came back well at the end. They have room to improve, so we’ll how they progress.”

Louis McAfee took 19th (25:28.1) and Rhys Park placed 34th (25:43.9) to finish as the second and third scoring Broncos, respectively. John Rodeheffer finished in 25:50.0 to take 38th, and Addison Dehaven placed 49th for 26:01.6 to account for Boise State’s last two scores.

The other four runners to compete included Elijah Armstrong (55th – 26:07.1), Dan Oekerman (62nd – 26:10.4), Chandler Austin (102nd – 26:46.8) and Tom Richardson (155th – 27:41.3).

Michigan State won the team title with 74 points, and Colorado State’s Jefferson Abbey won individually with a 24:52.

For both Ostrander and Vennard, their second and third-place days are the best individual performances on the men’s and women’s sides at the Roy Griak Invitational in school history. The women’s team taking first place is also the first time that a Boise State team has won the prestigious event.

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Women’s Results – 1st/26 teams
2. Allie Ostrander – 21:09.4
3. Annie Bothma – 21:18.66
6. Minttu Hukka – 21:34.0
11. Brenna Peloquin – 21:45.7
17. Anna Holdiman – 21:58.7
(23.) Charlotte Corless – 22:12.2
(65.) Katy Wood – 22:56.1
(91.) Alexis Fuller – 23:15.7
(133.) Gracie Tostenson – 23:51.7

Men’s Results – 6th/23 teams
3. Michael Vennard – 24:58.0
19. Louis McAfee – 25:28.1
34. Rhys Park – 25:43.9
38. John Rodeheffer – 25:50.0
49. Addison Dehaven – 26:01.6
(55.) Elijah Armstrong – 26:07.1
(62.) Dan Oekerman – 26:10.4
(102.) Chandler Austin – 26:46.8
(155.) Tom Richardson – 27:41.3

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Topham Comfortable As a Shocker

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Wichita State’s Rebekah Topham and Kyle Larkin were the top university finishers at the 26th Annual Woody Greeno/Nebraska Invitational Saturday morning on the Pioneers Park course.

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Four Shocker men and four Shocker women completed the course as individuals and did not compete in the team competition as was planned prior to the meet.

Topham won her second university race in as many tries with a time of 22:09.0 in the 6K women’s race. Two weeks ago she won the J.K. Gold Classic women’s university race at R.A.F.T. Course near Augusta, Kan.

“Rebekah and Kayla Deighan really impressed me,” said Head Coach Kirk Hunter. “Rebekah showed poise in a highly competitive race of distance runners and against a very talented Iowa Central runner who won the overall race. Kayla ran the best she has in Nebraska and showed maturity and that her summer training program is paying off. She is stronger than in the past and we hope it is a springboard to the rest of the season.”

Deighan finished seventh in the university race with a time of 22:47.9, while Paige Wells finished 56th overall in a time of 24:01.1. Freshman Deidra Walker finished 62nd overall in a time of 24:07.3.

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Waukee Alum Erika Lewis Helps LSU Lady Tigers

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LSU Lady Tigers XC
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Freshman Dajour Braxton placed first with a time of 15 minutes and 20.65 seconds, and junior Christian Johnson crossed the finish line with a time of 15:38.65 for second place. Senior Morgan Schuetz placed third for the Lady Tigers with a time of 18:02.74

The Tiger’s 18 points were enough to defeat New Orleans who finished runner-up with 64 points. In the women’s meet, Southern Mississippi took home first place with 18 points.

The women did fine, but I think they had a little more in them. I’ll take the blame on that because I have worked them hard these past two weeks.”

Schuetz lead the young Lady Tigers in the 5k course as freshmen Hannah Bourque, Hollie Parker, Erika Lewis and sophomore Rebecca Little finished in the top-10. Bourque clocked a time of 18:56.37, while Parker, Lewis and Little finished the course less than 20 minutes.

“We will keep plugging away and working to get better,” Robinson said. “I think we will be pretty good as far as where we are at with the young team we have on both sides.”

Next on the LSU cross country schedule is the Texas A&M Invitational. The Tigers and Lady Tigers will travel to College Station, Texas. Sept. 26. The men and women will race at Watts XC Course.

For the latest information on LSU’s men’s and women’s cross country teams, fans can follow the Tigers and Lady Tiger on twitter @LSUTrackField and on Facebook by liking LSU Track & Field.


Team Results
1. Southern Miss, 18
2. LSU, 37
3. Southeastern Louisiana, 93

LSU’s Individual Results
1. Rebecca Ulrich (Southern Miss), 17:44.99
3. Morgan Schuetz, 18:02.74
7. Hannah Bourque, 18:56.37
8. Hollie Parker, 19:09.49
9. Rebecca Little, 19:13.63
10. Erika Lewis, 19:18.49

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Panthers Run Well at the Woody Greeno

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Uni Men Cross Country 2015
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The University of Northern Iowa cross country program competed at the Woody Greeno/Nebraska Invitational September 19, with the men finishing in third place and the women placing fourth as a team.

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Kelsey Kirchoff led the Panther women for the second meet in a row, scoring a top-10 finish in the 6,000 meter race. She finished with a time of 22:35.90 in sixth place overall, beating her time from last season by over 30 seconds.

Hanna Martin notched an 18th place finish with a time of 23:13, improving on her course time by over a minute. Coming in third for the Panthers was Callie Matthews, grabbing 20th place overall with a time of 23:15.60. Brette Correy rounded out UNI’s top-30 finishers, placing 28th overall with a time of 23:23.80.

On the men’s side, Trai Bunch was UNI’s first finisher, earning a 21st place finish and a time of 26:06.30. Sophomore Bailey Wetherell turned in a strong performance, finishing second for the Panthers with a time of 26:28.30, beating his course-best by two minutes.

Shane Kirchoff and Ben Fick came in third and fourth for UNI’s top finishers, both running course personal records. Kirchoff finished with a time of 26:36.80 while Fick came across the line in a time of 26:38.80.

The Panthers will return to action on Oct. 2 when they compete at the Notre Dame Invitational in South Bend, Ind. The meet is set to start at 1 p.m. CT.

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Schweizer and Mizzou Dominate Field at Forest Park

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Karissa Schweizer-Dowling-Missouri
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A pair of team wins highlighted the second weekend of competition for the men and women of Mizzou Cross Country, as they dominated the field at the Forest Park XC Festival in St. Louis on Friday (September 11). Led by a sophomore-junior duo on both sides, both teams placed their top five scorers within the top 12 of the field in the first full-team competition of the season.

“I’m really proud of both teams. It was exactly what we were looking for – a nice stepping-stone meet to get ready for the main part of the season,” Head Coach Marc Burns, currently in his second year with the Tigers, said. “It was exciting for them to compete well and represent Mizzou at the front of the race on home turf here in Missouri. We don’t get a chance to compete in-state very often, so it’s really important for us to race well when we do.”

The women kicked off the afternoon’s events at Forest Park with a strong 1-2 punch from sophomore Karissa Schweizer and junior Kaitlyn Fischer. This was the season debut for the pair, who highlight the Tigers’ roster as the two returning NCAA Championships qualifiers. Leading the field from start to finish, they crossed the line side-by-side in 18:17.

“The ladies executed the game plan perfectly. I was excited to see Kaitlyn and Karissa out there leading the way, I thought they set the tone for the day and looked really good,” Burns said. “Kelli Jackson looked strong, making a big step up from last week. Teylar Adelsberger, Sam Garrett, Nicole Mello, and Ellen Atkinson are really operating at a new level from where they were a year ago. When we get Kate Smith and Jamie Kempfer back in the line-up, that’s going to give us a lot of depth, it’s going to be really exciting to see what this group does.”

Jackson has had a strong start to her Tiger career, crossing second for the black and gold last weekend during her collegiate debut at the Illini Challenge. She dropped a few seconds off of that time on Friday, navigating the 5000m course in 18:29 for third in the DI field.

Rounding out the women’s top five was Adelsberger and Garrett, who crossed in seventh and 11th, respectively.

This meet was a unique one for the men’s team, who bumped down from their usual 8000m to a 5000m course. They had no problem handling the transition, though, putting their top five all within the top ten of the field. Leading the way was junior Jordan Cook and sophomore Marc Dubrick, who finished side-by-side in second and third overall in 15:41.

“I thought the men followed the game plan really well,” Burns said. “They established the pack up front early, which is what we wanted to do. We are definitely ready for the 8k coming in two weeks. I think the guys are looking forward to the longer grind where they can really go to work and use the strength that we’ve built up over the summer and early-season training.”

Sophomore Evan Schulte was next across the line in 15:43 (fourth), followed closely by Sheldon Keence in 15:48 (seventh). Junior Ian McGinn closed out the scorers for the Tigers in eighth overall (15:55).

The Tigers will take the next two weeks to focus on training before hitting the road once again, traveling to College Station, Tx., for the September 26th Texas A&M Invitational. For the latest on Mizzou Cross Country, stay tuned to and follow the team on Twitter @MIZ_TrackField.

Team – 1st // 17 points
1. Karissa Schweizer, 18:17 // 2. Kaitlyn Fischer, 18:17 // 3. Kelli Jackson, 18:29 // 7. Teylar Adelsberger, 18:37 // 11. Sam Garrett, 19:06 // 12. Nicole Mello, 19:10 // 14. Ellyn Atkinson, 19:17 // 18. Elly DeTurris, 19:29 // 20. Hannah Thomas, 19:36 // 21. Emmie Hahn, 19:40 // 25. Valeska Halamicek, 19:49 // 27. Carolyn White, 19:52 // 31. Kayla Friesen, 20:05 // 36. Bailey Hession, 20:20 // 42. Bianca Mello, 20:43

Team – 1st // 17 points
2. Jordan Cook, 15:41 // 3. Marc Dubrick, 15:41 // 4. Evan Schulte, 15:43 // 7. Sheldon Keence, 15:48 // 8. Ian McGinn, 15:55 // 18. Chandler Dye, 16:11 // 19. Ben Goodman, 16:16 // 20. Luca Russo, 16:16 // 22. Brian Hernan, 16:21 // 25. Cain Winebrenner, 16:28 // 27. Pat Kearns, 16:32 // 28. Billy Leighton, 16:43 // 29. Tim Johnson, 16:52 // 30. Mark Sheridan, 16:56