College cross country: Cobbers men's and women's teams place fifth at invite

UMary won both the men's and women's races at the Jimmie Invitational on Friday at the Parkhurst Cross Country Course in Jamestown.

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JAMESTOWN — The Concordia men's and women's teams both placed fifth at the Jimmie Invitational on Friday at the Parkhurst Cross Country Course.

The Cobber's Leo Smith was 12th in 26 minutes, 18.8 seconds on the 8-kilometer course. Jonathan Krueger was 20th in 27:15.1 and Tanner Olson was 26th in 27:43.0. UMary's Dawson Strom won in 25:13.1

UMary won the men's race with 33 points and Minot State was second with 43. The Cobbers finished with 120 points.

UMary won the women's competition with 20 points and Northern State was second with 69. The Cobbers placed fifth with 115.

The Cobbers' Amelia Landsverk was 17th in 19:18.3 and Emily Rugloski was 19th in 19:58.0. Kiya McLaurin was 24th in 20:15.0. UMary's Alyssa Becker won in 17:35.2.


The Cobbers race next at the Jim Drews Invitational at Wisconsin-La Crosse on Saturday, Oct. 15.

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