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College cross country: Rugloski, Smith pace Cobbers at Roy Griak Invitational

The Cobbers women placed 20th, while the men finished 22nd.

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ST. PAUL — Emily Rugloski and Leo Smith had the top performances for the Concordia cross country teams on Friday at the Roy Griak Invitational at Les Bolstad Golf Course.

Smith led the Cobbers men's team, completing the 8-kilometer course in 27 minutes, 15.9 seconds for a 94th-place finish. Jonathan Krueger placed 140th in 27:50.8.

Concordia finished 22nd in the men's team standings with 602 points. Michigan Tech took the top spot with 62 points.

Emily Rugloski paced the Cobbers women with a time of 25:12.7 on the 6K course, good for 125th place. Amelia Landsverk was 139th, finishing in 25:25.2.

The Concordia women's team finished 20th with 611 points. Minnesota Duluth claimed first place with 65 points.

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