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Cross Country prepares for MSC Championship in Bowling Green

The Lindsey Wilson men and women's cross-country teams are set to compete in the Mid-South Conference Championships at Phil Moore Park in Bowling Green (KY) on Friday.

The women's 5,000-meter race is set to start at 12:30pmCT followed by the men's 8,000-meter race begins at 1:30pmCT.

Last year the men's team finished in fourth place overall with Levi Owens leading the way finishing eighth overall individually. Owens also qualified as an individual for the 2021 NAIA National Championship. The women's team finished in sixth place with Meredith Johnson finishing at sixth individually with a time of 19:31.1 and an average kilometer time of 3:54.2.

The top 20 scoring individuals in each race will earn all-conference honors with the top finisher earning the conference's runner of the year award.

Results will be available on the conference website at the conclusion of each race.

This story was posted on 2022-11-04 07:12:12
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