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College cross country: Keiser, Arason lead Bison men, Houston paces women at Roy Griak Invitational

The Bison men posted an 11th-place finish with 324 points and the women placed 13th in the team standings with 398 points.

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ST. PAUL — A trio of solid performances led the North Dakota State men's and women's cross country teams at the Roy Griak Invitational on Friday at Les Bolstad Golf Course.

The Bison men posted an 11th-place finish with 324 points, jumping up 10 spots from last season. Symon Keiser led NDSU, clocking a personal-best time of 25 minutes, 17.2 seconds for a 58th-place finish on the 8-kilometer course. Jake Arason placed 63rd in 25:24.6. Hunter McHenry finished 70th in 25:30.7.

Kaleesa Houston paced the Bison women's squad, placing 58th in 22:00.6 on the 6K course — her best time ever at the Griak. Grace Link finished 80th in 22:20.0 and Allie Wahlund was 91st in 22:31.7. NDSU placed 13th in the team standings with 398 points.

Utah won the women's title with 85 points and Wisconsin won the men's title with 39 points.

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