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College cross country: Bruer, Berg headline Dragons performances at Roy Griak Invitational

The Dragons men had 434 points and the women posted a team score of 684.

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ST. PAUL — The Minnesota State Moorhead men's cross country team tallied a 15th-place finish and the Dragons women placed 24th on Friday at the Roy Griak Invitational at Les Bolstad Golf Course.

The Dragons men had 434 points and the women posted a team score of 684.

Braxton Bruer led MSUM's men's team with a 57th-place finish in 26 minutes, 40.2 seconds on the 8-kilometer course. Adnew Stueven was 62nd with a time of 26:49.3.

Kaelyn Berg paced the Dragons women, placing 89th in 24:42.0. Brooke Baumann finished 160th in 25:41.5.

MSUM is slated to next compete at the Jimmie Invite on Friday, Oct. 7, in Jamestown, N.D.

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