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(Neb)-Eagle Women 14th, Men 15th At RMAC Cross Country Championships

By: John Axtell Posted at: 10/27/2019 09:10 AM
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.  – The Chadron State College women placed 14th and the men 15th at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships on Saturday in Grand Junction.

      The Chadron State runners finished individually anywhere from 62nd to 120th in their respective men's and women's races, but all five of the women posted collegiate bests at the 6-kilometer distance.
 
Emma Willadsen was first to cross for CSC, finishing the course at Tiara Rado Golf Course in 23:04.2 for 62nd. Fellow junior Madison Watson was 71st, in 23:42.3.
 
On the men's side, Austin Russell, who previously ran two seasons at Colby Community College, was the leader for the Eagles' men, finishing 93rd in 26:56.0, his best time since enrolling at CSC. 
Logan Moravec ran his fastest 8-kilometer time of 27:06.8, to finish 96th for the Eagles. 

Adams State won the women's team competition, with the Grizzlies' Stephanie Cotton the individual winner.
 
The men's champion was Colorado School of Mines, whose leader Ko Dylan took the gold medal in that race.
 
The 2019 NCAA South Central Regional is Saturday, November 9, in Canyon, Texas.
 
CSC Individual Results:
 
Women
62, Emma Willadsen, 23:04.2; 71, Madison Watson, 23:42.3; 92, Jordan Jones, 24:26.4; 105, Sydney Settles, 25:17.8; 117, Kira Dickau, 27:03.3
 
Men
93, Austin Russell, 26:56.0; 96, Logan Moravec, 27:06.8; 100, Garrett Avery,27:21.8; 118, Zen Petrosius, 28:41.4; 120, Noah Burtis, 28:56.1.
 
Team Results
 
Women
1, Adams State, 21 points; 2, Colorado School of Mines, 60; 3, Western Colorado, 88; 4, UC-Colorado Springs, 122; 5, CSU-Pueblo, 163; 6, Dixie State, 168; 7, MSU Denver, 170; 8, Black Hills State, 220; 9, Colorado Mesa, 284; 10, Fort Lewis, 294; 11, Westminster (Utah), 334; 12, N.M. Highlands, 365; 13, Colorado Christian, 378; 14, Chadron State, 402; 15, S.D. Mines, 422; 16, Regis, 432.
 
Men
1, Colorado Mines, 28 points; 2, Adams State, 73; 3, Western Colorado, 83; 4, UC-Colorado Springs, 101; 5, MSU Denver, 164; 6, Fort Lewis, 223; 7, Dixie State, 223; 8, Colorado Christian, 224; 9, Black Hills State, 239; 10, Colorado Mesa, 276; 11, CSU-Pueblo, 283; 12, S.D. Mines, 291; 13, Westminster, 373; 14, N.M. Highlands, 386; 15, Chadron State, 462; 16, Regis, 484.


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