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UMHB Women's Cross Country takes second at UT Dallas Invitational, Men finish seventh

Posted: 5:17 PM, Sep 16, 2019
Updated: 2019-09-16 18:17:35-04
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RICHARDSON, TEXAS — The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor women’s cross country team finished in second place at the UT Dallas Invitational Saturday in Richardson. The women competed in a 5K race around the UTD Disc Golf Course.

UMHB posted a team score of 70 with an average time of 21:43 to take second place. Hardin-Simmons won the meet with a team score of 36 and an average time of 20:56. UT Dallas took third with a 74, University of Dallas was fourth with a 94 and North Central Texas College rounded out the top five with a 109. Seven teams competed in the event.

Holly Dasher posted her second straight outstanding finish for the Cru. Dasher ran 20:27 to take third place individually. Scotlyn Lowe finished 10th with a 21:17, Katrina Barrera ran 21:23 to finish 11th, Addison Floyd finished 22nd with a 22:34, Kelly Huckabee ran 22:52 for 26th place. Katherine Ressler finished 31st with a 23:26, Ana Hernandez took 36th with a 23:35, Isabel Estrada ran 23:37 for 37th, Maya Martinez finished 39th with a 23:45, Emma Stinson took 41st with a 23:53, Lily Cook ran 24:38 for 43rd, Breanna Munoz took 52nd with a 25:34 and Sarah Tagg finished 58th with a 27:19. Anna Wilgenbusch of the University of Dallas won the meet after breaking the tape at 18:55.

The Cru women will return to action with the Concordia Invitational. That meet will be run in Round Rock on September 27th.

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The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor men’s cross country team finished in seventh place at the UT Dallas Invitational Saturday in Richardson. The men competed in a 5K race around the UTD Disc Golf Course.

UMHB posted a team score of 187 with an average time of 19:17 to take seventh. Austin College won the meet with a score of 56, UT Dallas took second at 63, Hardin-Simmons finished third with a 67, Southwestern Assemblies of God took fourth with an 84 and North Central Texas College rounded out the top five with a 92.

Cade Baker was the low individual for UMHB after running an 18:53 to finish 35th. Nobel Smith ran 19:08 for 40th, Storm Ebert’s 19:12 was good for 43rd, Logan Garner posted a 19:25 for 46th, Reece Rollins ran 19:46 for 49th, Appolinaire Mukotany recorded a 19:51 to finish 52nd, Jonathan Stirtz ran a 20:35 for 55th and Sean Reid ran 21:09 for 57th place. Zackery Hammond of SAGU won individual honors with a 15:58.

The Cru men will return to action with the Concordia Invitational. That meet will be run in Round Rock on September 27th.