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Nov. 13, 2010

Complete Results

By Anthony Valleroy
Southeast Missouri State Sports Information

Peoria, Ill.- The Southeast Missouri State University cross country teams competed in the NCAA Midwest Regional Championships on Saturday. The men finished 15th, while the women placed 27th. Leading the men's team was senior Jason Lumpkin, finished 77th with a time of 31:56.39 in the 10K. Following closely behind were junior Nate Shipley and senior Dustin Davis, finishing 81st (32:01.07) and 84th (32:05.53), respectively.

Senior Chris Loseman finished 97th in 32.20.88. Sophomore Tyler Mullen would be the next Redhawk and 131st runner to cross the finish line, clocking in at 33:05.19. Seniors Brent Collins and Cody Martin would round out the men's team finishing 143rd (33:32.02) and 146th (33:40.45).

Senior Monical Noble set the pace for the women's team, finishing 146th with a time of 23:07.66 on the 6K course. Senior Kasey Owens finished 162nd, running the course in 23:34.87. Junior Liz Speicher would check in at 174th place with a time of 24:07.61.

Sophomores Tiffany Mead and Christy Hazel wrapped up the scoring for the women, finishing 181st (24:58.30) and 186th (25:37.95).

No. 8 Oklahoma won the men's competition, and Oklahoma State's Colby Lowe would be the top individual on the men's side, running the course in 29:30.7. No. 13 Iowa State would take the top spot among women's teams, Minnesota's Stephanie Price claimed first place among women with a time of 20:01.48.

 
 

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