Edward Cheserek And Colorado Both Repeat As NCAA Cross-Country Champions

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By David Monti, @d9monti
November 22, 2014
(c) 2014 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved

TERRE HAUTE, IND. (22-Nov) — Like the freight trains that rumble relentlessly through this hardscrabble Midwestern city each day, Oregon’s Edward Cheserek stormed to his second consecutive NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships win here today with a late-race breakaway, prevailing by a comfortable four seconds.  Behind him, the men of the University of Colorado retained their 2013 team title, placing three men in the top-10 and scoring 65 points, 30 better than second place Stanford.  Both the individual and team victories were expected.

Edward Cheserek in the homestretch just before winning his second NCAA Division I Cross Country Title in Terre Haute, Ind. (photo by Chris Lotsbom for Race Results Weekly)

Edward Cheserek in the homestretch just before winning his second NCAA Division I Cross Country Title in Terre Haute, Ind. (photo by Chris Lotsbom for Race Results Weekly)

“Actually, I came in (and thought) I’ve got to defend my title,” a beaming Cheserek told a small group of reporters in a cramped mixed zone.  “Actually, I did exactly what my coach told me.”

Cheserek’s coach, Andy Powell, told him to remain patient and not to attack too early. Sticking with that plan, Cheserek ran near the front of a huge 89-man lead pack through 3000 meters in a pedestrian 9:12.  Running close together to fight off the strong winds, the pack was still 80-strong through the 5-K mark (15:31).  Cheserek stayed patient, listened for his coach’s instructions, and saved his energy for the final two kilometers.

“This year I get more mature, how to race smart, and how to time myself, well,” Cheserek explained.

The race finally started to stretch out approaching the 8-K mark when Arkansas senior Stanley Kebenei pushed to the front, followed by Cheserek, Villanova’s Patrick Tiernan, California’s Chris Walden, UTEP’s Anthony Rotich, Oregon’s Eric Jenkins, and Northern Arizona’s Futsum Zienasellassie.  Stanford fifth-year senior Maksim Korolev, the only man to beat Cheserek this season, was hanging on in 9th place.

“The last 5-K was just tough,” said Korolev, who would finish fourth.  “I just, you know, didn’t gut it through and make it with them.”

Cheserek, who has competed on the LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course three times, knew exactly where he was, and knew it was time to go.  He could see Kebenei was struggling, and he remembered last year’s race when Texas Tech’s Kennedy Kithuka took the lead too early and had nothing left in the final two kilometers.

“I took a mistake last time, last year,” Cheserek told reporters.  “Kithuka took the lead and I was, like, ‘just run hard the last 2-K.’  This is, like, my third time running here and I know exactly where 2-K is.”

Cheserek made one hard push, and quickly dispatched with his rivals.  He had the long, slightly uphill finish straight to himself, crossing the line in 30:19.4, some 38 seconds slower than last year.  Before finishing, he looked back to see his teammate, Eric Jenkins, trading surges with Zienasellassie, and ultimately finishing second (Zienasellassie got third).  Despite taking the top-2 positions, Oregon’s team would only place 6th because their fifth man, Cole Watson, finished 155th (131st among scoring athletes).

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In contrast, Colorado’s fifth man, Pierce Murphy, was 35th (26th among scoring runners), assuring coach Mark Wetmore’s Buffaloes a commanding victory.

I’m very happy with them,” Coach Wetmore told Race Results Weekly.  “You know this is a hard race to do without mistakes, and I think we got good races out of everybody.”  He continued: “They’re a close bunch of guys, like brothers, and they’ve gone through a lot together: the arduous training, the sacrifices on the weekend, etc.  There’s a bond, and they wanted to do it for each other.”

Colorado senior Blake Theroux, who finished ninth, echoed Wetmore’s comments.  Speaking with reporters while standing arm-in-arm with his teammates he said: “(We’re) just another part of the tradition; that’s all we are.”  He continued: “We were talking about winning every single day since June first.  Every single day since outdoors we’ve talked about this day, and we’re going to come out here and kill it.  That’s what we did.”

Colorado’s “team of equals” is just the kind of squad that Wetmore, who has been head coach at Colorado for 22 seasons, likes to coach.

“For us, it is ONLY a team sport,” he said.

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Women’ race recap here.

Full results below. Full race video replay here.

You can relive our live coverage here. Message board thread: Official NCAA 2014 XC Championships Thread

Men’s Team:

Place Team Points
1 Colorado 65
2 Stanford 98
3 Portland 175
4 Northern Arizona 188
5 Syracuse 206
6 Oregon 221
7 Villanova 230
8 Iona 270
9 Oklahoma State 296
10 Wisconsin 335
11 Michigan 365
12 North Carolina 380
13 Providence 393
14 New Mexico 394
15 Indiana 416
16 BYU 437
17 Georgetown 444
18 UCLA 454
19 Colorado State 468
20 Washington 479
21 Virginia 502
22 Southern Utah 578
23 Eastern Kentucky 579
24 Michigan State 583
25 Tulsa 584
26 Texas 615
27 UTEP 629
28 Arkansas 647
29 Mississippi 685
30 Furman 747
31 Florida State 822

Individual:

Place Athlete Time Split Change in
Place Since 8k
Team
Points
1 Edward Cheserek
SO – Oregon
30:19.4 5:40.4 ↑ 1 1
2 Eric Jenkins
SR – Oregon
30:23.2 5:43.8 ↑ 4 2
3 Futsum Zienasellassie
JR – Northern Arizona
30:25.3 5:45.8 ↑ 4 3
4 Maksim Korolev
SR – Stanford
30:29.5 5:49.9 ↑ 5 4
5 Ammar Moussa
JR – Colorado
30:29.6 5:49.9 ↑ 5 5
6 Stanley Kebenei
SR – Arkansas
30:30.1 5:51.1 ↓ 5 6
7 Ben Saarel
SO – Colorado
30:30.7 5:50.8 ↑ 8 7
8 John Mascari
JR – Indiana State
30:31.3 5:50.3 ↑ 14
9 Blake Theroux
SR – Colorado
30:31.7 5:51.9 ↑ 5 8
10 Malachy Schrobilgen
SO – Wisconsin
30:32.6 5:52.5 ↑ 7 9
11 Anthony Rotich
JR – UTEP
30:33.1 5:53.7 ↓ 6 10
12 Scott Fauble
SR – Portland
30:34.4 5:54.6 ↑ 1 11
13 Mason Ferlic
JR – Michigan
30:37.1 5:57.3 ↓ 1 12
14 Marc Scott
JR – Tulsa
30:38.6 5:57.9 ↑ 6 13
15 Nate Jewkes
SR – Southern Utah
30:38.7 5:59.2 ↓ 7 14
16 Craig Nowak
JR – Oklahoma State
30:40.1 5:56.1 ↑ 24 15
17 Chris Walden
JR – California
30:40.3 6:01.1 ↓ 13
18 Patrick Tiernan
SO – Villanova
30:41.5 6:02.3 ↓ 15 16
19 Matt McClintock
JR – Purdue
30:41.7 6:01.3
20 Sean McGorty
SO – Stanford
30:41.9 6:01.9 ↓ 4 17
21 Aaron Nelson
SR – Washington
30:42.5 6:00.6 ↑ 6 18
22 Erik Peterson
JR – Butler
30:44.2 6:03.3 ↓ 1
23 Edwin Kibichiy
SO – Louisville
30:44.7 6:03.4
24 Connor Winter
JR – Colorado
30:45.0 6:03.0 ↑ 4 19
25 Luis Vargas
SR – Elon
30:45.0 6:01.2 ↑ 13
26 Shane Quinn
SR – Providence
30:45.1 6:02.8 ↑ 4 20
27 Thomas Awad
JR – Penn
30:46.3 6:06.0 ↓ 9
28 Reid Buchanan
SR – Portland
30:46.6 6:03.4 ↑ 5 21
29 Michael Atchoo
SR – Stanford
30:47.2 6:03.5 ↑ 7 22
30 Benjamin Connor
SR – Providence
30:48.6 6:03.4 ↑ 13 23
31 Matt McElroy
SR – Northern Arizona
30:49.1 6:05.5 ↑ 4 24
32 Ernest Kibet
JR – Louisville
30:50.8 6:04.9 ↑ 15
33 Joe Rosa
JR – Stanford
30:51.0 6:11.2 ↓ 22 25
34 Kevin Dooney
JR – Yale
30:51.4 6:08.4 ↓ 2
35 Pierce Murphy
JR – Colorado
30:51.7 6:07.5 ↑ 7 26
36 Caleb Hoover
SR – Northern Arizona
30:52.2 6:02.9 ↑ 18 27
37 MJ Erb
SO – Syracuse
30:52.9 6:09.4 ↓ 3 28
38 Martin Hehir
JR – Syracuse
30:54.7 6:11.9 ↓ 7 29
39 Sam Wharton
FR – Stanford
30:55.5 6:10.0 ↑ 5 30
40 Tyler King
JR – Washington
30:56.7 6:14.4 ↓ 11 31
41 Jake Hurysz
SR – Colorado
30:57.6 6:11.0 ↑ 7 32
42 Max Straneva
SR – Syracuse
30:58.5 6:14.4 ↓ 1 33
43 Matthew Schwartzer
JR – Indiana
30:59.7 6:11.7 ↑ 7 34
44 Timo Goehler
SR – Portland
31:02.7 6:14.3 ↑ 9 35
45 Dan Lennon
JR – Syracuse
31:03.3 6:17.7 36
46 Ryan Mahalsky
SR – Lehigh
31:03.7 6:17.9
47 Tanguy Pepiot
SR – Oregon
31:03.9 6:22.3 ↓ 23 37
48 Ryan Walling
JR – North Carolina
31:04.1 6:14.4 ↑ 8 38
49 Jake Byrne
SR – Iona
31:04.2 6:22.5 ↓ 24 39
50 Jake Shelley
SR – New Mexico
31:04.7 6:08.4 ↑ 16 40
51 Craig Lutz
SR – Texas
31:05.4 6:08.9 ↑ 17 41
52 Fabian Clarkson
JR – Oklahoma State
31:06.0 6:19.0 ↓ 3 42
53 Jerrell Mock
FR – Colorado State
31:06.3 6:16.1 ↑ 4 43
54 Sergey Sushchickh
JR – UCLA
31:08.6 6:13.6 ↑ 5 44
55 Tyler Byrne
SR – Northern Arizona
31:09.3 6:11.7 ↑ 14 45
56 Robert Denault
JR – Villanova
31:10.0 6:14.5 ↑ 4 46
57 Sam McEntee
SR – Villanova
31:10.8 6:14.7 ↑ 6 47
58 Jordan Williamsz
JR – Villanova
31:10.9 6:15.3 ↑ 3 48
59 Danny Martinez
SO – Portland
31:11.0 6:10.7 ↑ 15 49
60 Daniel Winn
SR – Oregon
31:11.1 6:27.4 ↓ 23 50
61 Gilbert Kirui
FR – Iona
31:11.9 6:22.2 ↓ 6 51
62 Mike O’Dowd
JR – Iona
31:12.3 6:24.2 ↓ 11 52
63 George Parsons
SO – N.C. State
31:12.3 6:24.1 ↓ 11
64 Ben Flanagan
SO – Michigan
31:12.6 6:16.4 ↑ 1 53
65 Jason Crist
SO – Indiana
31:14.5 6:14.9 ↑ 8 54
66 Ole Hesselbjerg
SR – Eastern Kentucky
31:14.9 6:18.6 ↑ 1 55
67 Steve Flint
SR – BYU
31:15.1 6:09.1 ↑ 26 56
68 Garrett Sweatt
SO – Stanford
31:15.5 57
69 Kirubel Erassa
SR – Oklahoma State
31:15.7 6:33.9 ↓ 43 58
70 William Kincaid
SR – Portland
31:17.0 6:08.4 ↑ 31 59
71 Tim Rackers
SR – Tulsa
31:17.1 6:16.3 ↑ 5 60
72 Cosmas Boit
SO – UTEP
31:18.3 6:18.0 ↑ 3 61
73 Jefferson Abbey
SO – Colorado State
31:18.9 6:14.7 ↑ 13 62
74 Andrew Kowalsky
SR – Iona
31:19.1 6:17.5 ↑ 5 63
75 Morgan McDonald
FR – Wisconsin
31:19.3 6:12.9 ↑ 19 64
76 Chartt Miller
FR – Iona
31:19.8 6:15.1 ↑ 13 65
77 Riley Coates
SR – Air Force
31:20.3 6:15.9 ↑ 10
78 Elmar Engholm
JR – New Mexico
31:20.9 6:12.5 ↑ 22 66
79 August Pappas
JR – Michigan
31:21.9 6:20.1 ↑ 1 67
80 Wes Gallagher
JR – Mississippi
31:23.2 6:22.0 ↓ 3 68
81 Zach Herriott
SO – Virginia
31:25.3 6:26.4 ↓ 11 69
82 John Murray
SR – Georgetown
31:25.5 6:23.1 ↓ 1 70
83 Andrew Rafla
FR – Boise State
31:26.2 6:16.9 ↑ 20
84 Connor Rog
SO – Virginia
31:26.4 6:27.2 ↓ 13 71
85 Stephen Mulherin
SO – North Carolina
31:26.7 6:42.8 ↓ 46 72
86 Brian Basili
SR – Villanova
31:27.5 6:24.5 ↓ 3 73
87 John Raneri
SR – North Carolina
31:27.6 6:19.3 ↑ 12 74
88 Kyle King
JR – Virginia
31:27.6 6:24.2 ↓ 4 75
89 Brian Gohlke
JR – Oklahoma State
31:28.5 6:14.7 ↑ 28 76
90 Alex Wilson
SR – Michigan State
31:29.2 6:27.8 ↓ 12 77
91 Jacob Morgan
SO – Kansas
31:29.4 6:24.6 ↓ 1
92 Lane Werley
JR – UCLA
31:29.7 6:20.7 ↑ 10 78
93 Todd Wakefield
SR – New Mexico
31:30.0 6:16.1 ↑ 25 79
94 Michael Clevenger
JR – Notre Dame
31:30.0 6:24.4 ↓ 2
95 Colin Bennie
FR – Syracuse
31:30.0 6:15.8 ↑ 26 80
96 Darren Fahy
SO – Georgetown
31:30.3 6:31.0 ↓ 24 81
97 Eric Shellhorn
SR – Utah State
31:30.4 6:22.6 ↓ 1
98 Jonathan Nelson
JR – BYU
31:30.9 6:17.6 ↑ 17 82
99 Ryan Kromer
FR – Wisconsin
31:31.2 6:18.3 ↑ 15 83
100 Jack Keelan
FR – Stanford
31:31.3 6:35.2 ↓ 36 84
101 Jake Turner
JR – Montana State
31:32.0 6:28.4 ↓ 16
102 Aaron Fletcher
JR – BYU
31:33.1 6:23.4 ↑ 3 85
103 Joseph Stewart
JR – Miami (Ohio)
31:33.5 6:23.1 ↑ 6
104 Sam Penzenstadler
SR – Loyola (Ill.)
31:34.1 6:18.6 ↑ 24
105 Jonathan Green
FR – Georgetown
31:34.7 6:25.3 ↓ 1 86
106 Pat Schellberg
SR – North Carolina
31:35.6 6:24.2 ↑ 4 87
107 Carl Hirsch
FR – Wisconsin
31:35.8 6:21.5 ↑ 15 88
108 Alejandro Montano
JR – Northern Arizona
31:36.8 6:20.3 ↑ 22 89
109 Brian King
SR – Georgetown
31:37.9 6:24.3 ↑ 7 90
110 Michael VanVoorhis
SR – Wisconsin
31:38.3 6:26.1 ↑ 2 91
111 Joe Hardy
FR – Wisconsin
31:38.6 6:23.2 ↑ 16 92
112 Robert Domanic
SO – Mississippi
31:39.0 6:27.4 ↓ 1 93
113 Nick Hartle
JR – UCLA
31:39.0 6:26.6 94
114 Tony Smoragiewicz
JR – Michigan
31:39.1 6:24.6 ↑ 10 95
115 Ambrose Maritim
SO – Eastern Kentucky
31:39.7 6:31.8 ↓ 17 96
116 Hayden Hawks
JR – Southern Utah
31:40.0 6:33.1 ↓ 21 97
117 Ryan Herson
JR – Arizona State
31:40.7 6:36.0 ↓ 29
118 Nathan Weitz
JR – Northern Arizona
31:41.0 6:38.3 ↓ 36 98
119 Ross Matheson
SR – New Mexico
31:41.4 6:19.6 ↑ 18 99
120 Alex Dillenbeck
SR – Colorado State
31:41.6 6:14.8 ↑ 29 100
121 Jack Boyle
SO – Columbia
31:41.9 6:27.9 ↓ 1
122 Evan Esselink
SR – Indiana
31:42.2 6:32.3 ↓ 16 101
123 Julian Oakley
SO – Providence
31:44.6 6:26.5 ↑ 8 102
124 Harry Warnick
SO – Villanova
31:46.0 6:19.1 ↑ 26 103
125 Jonah Diaz
SO – UCLA
31:46.3 6:32.4 ↓ 6 104
126 Cerake Geberkidane
FR – Oklahoma State
31:47.6 6:31.9 ↑ 3 105
127 Conner Peloquin
SR – BYU
31:47.8 6:24.3 ↑ 13 106
128 Joe McAsey
SO – Wisconsin
31:48.0 6:26.6 ↑ 7 107
129 Connor McMillan
FR – BYU
31:48.3 6:22.7 ↑ 16 108
130 Mark Derrick
SO – North Carolina
31:49.7 6:24.2 ↑ 14 109
131 Daniel Studley
JR – New Mexico
31:50.3 6:29.3 ↑ 3 110
132 Ben Miller
SR – Michigan State
31:50.5 6:31.1 111
133 JR Ricker
SR – Indiana
31:50.6 6:28.8 ↑ 5 112
134 Luka Ndungu
SO – Eastern Kentucky
31:50.7 6:45.6 ↓ 43 113
135 Aaron Bartnik
JR – Minnesota
31:50.9 6:43.0 ↓ 38
136 Sherod Hardt
SO – Michigan State
31:51.6 6:17.2 ↑ 29 114
137 Brogan Austin
SR – Drake
31:51.8 6:41.4 ↓ 29
138 Owen Skeete
JR – Indiana
31:52.4 6:25.9 ↑ 10 115
139 Mike Tate
SO – Southern Utah
31:52.8 6:23.8 ↑ 16 116
140 Ryan Gil
SO – Georgetown
31:52.9 6:26.6 ↑ 7 117
141 Dylan Shawhan
JR – BYU
31:53.1 6:28.9 ↑ 1 118
142 Mark Pinales
SR – Texas
31:53.4 6:38.6 ↓ 17 119
143 Justyn Knight
FR – Syracuse
31:53.5 6:57.6 ↓ 81 120
144 Grant Fischer
FR – Colorado State
31:53.9 6:26.6 ↑ 7 121
145 Troy Taylor
JR – North Texas
31:54.2 6:18.8 ↑ 26
146 Tanner Hinkle
SO – Furman
31:55.0 6:26.7 ↑ 7 122
147 Harvey Dixon
JR – Providence
31:55.7 6:24.6 ↑ 11 123
148 Cody Reed
SR – Northern Arizona
31:56.4 6:24.2 ↑ 12 124
149 Brian Doyle
SR – Providence
31:56.7 6:35.8 ↓ 16 125
150 Spencer Gardner
SR – BYU
31:57.0 6:31.0 ↓ 4 126
151 Cale Wallace
JR – Arkansas
31:57.4 6:19.7 ↑ 24 127
152 Zak Seddon
JR – Florida State
31:58.0 6:47.9 ↓ 45 128
153 Shane Moskowitz
SR – Oklahoma State
31:58.1 6:29.0 ↑ 3 129
154 Meron Simon
JR – Washington
31:58.1 6:29.6 130
155 Cole Watson
SR – Oregon
31:59.0 6:30.9 ↓ 3 131
156 Kevin Corbusier
SO – Villanova
31:59.3 6:24.3 ↑ 13 132
157 Frank Lara
FR – Furman
31:59.4 6:35.3 ↓ 16 133
158 Myles Smith
FR – UCLA
31:59.7 6:28.4 ↑ 1 134
159 Izaic Yorks
JR – Washington
32:01.8 6:36.9 ↓ 16 135
160 Troy Reeder
SO – Furman
32:02.7 6:29.7 ↑ 2 136
161 Caleb Rhynard
JR – Michigan State
32:03.3 6:41.7 ↓ 25 137
162 George Kelly
SO – Michigan
32:03.6 6:24.3 ↑ 17 138
163 Rorey Hunter
JR – Indiana
32:03.7 6:25.2 ↑ 14 139
164 Thomas Madden
SO – Virginia
32:03.8 6:28.8 ↑ 6 140
165 Joel Hubbard
SO – Syracuse
32:04.1 6:49.8 ↓ 42 141
166 Byron Jones
SR – Colorado State
32:04.7 6:30.5 ↓ 2 142
167 Matt Fischer
SR – Penn State
32:06.0 6:51.3 ↓ 41
168 Scott Carpenter
SO – Georgetown
32:06.7 6:31.7 143
169 Kane Grimster
SR – Auburn
32:07.0 6:30.6 ↑ 3
170 Tom Purnell
JR – Harvard
32:08.0 6:27.3 ↑ 10
171 Ben Carruthers
SR – Michigan State
32:08.1 6:35.0 ↓ 8 144
172 Eduardo Rodriguez
SR – Texas
32:08.8 6:26.9 ↑ 11 145
173 Trevor Crawley
SO – Providence
32:09.2 6:27.9 ↑ 8 146
174 Weaverling Chase
FR – Virginia
32:09.5 6:31.8 147
175 Travis Neuman
FR – Oregon
32:09.9 6:37.7 ↓ 14 148
176 Will Nation
SR – Texas
32:10.9 6:28.1 ↑ 8 149
177 Kieran Clements
SO – Iona
32:11.8 6:42.6 ↓ 20 150
178 Alex Cornwell
SR – New Mexico
32:12.6 6:50.2 ↓ 39 151
179 Ronald Korir
FR – Eastern Kentucky
32:13.3 6:38.6 ↓ 12 152
180 Daniel Cheruiyot
SO – UTEP
32:14.4 6:31.0 ↑ 5 153
181 Matthew Melancon
JR – Oregon
32:17.1 6:40.2 ↓ 8 154
182 Stephen Schroeder
JR – Navy
32:19.0 6:37.4
183 Alex George
FR – Arkansas
32:20.5 6:33.0 ↑ 4 155
184 Scott Morgan
SR – North Carolina
32:20.6 6:32.9 ↑ 4 156
185 Christoph Graf
JR – South Alabama
32:24.1 6:25.2 ↑ 19
186 Benjamin Preisner
FR – Tulsa
32:25.2 6:35.0 ↑ 7 157
187 Daniel Everett
SR – Columbia
32:25.8 6:27.9 ↑ 15
188 Michael Hall
FR – Florida State
32:26.3 6:36.0 ↑ 6 158
189 David Osborn
SR – Oklahoma State
32:27.0 6:52.3 ↓ 23 159
190 Nicholas Posada
JR – Michigan
32:27.3 6:37.6 ↑ 2 160
191 Brady Turnbull
JR – Texas
32:28.3 6:38.0 ↑ 4 161
192 Adam Hartman
SO – Colorado State
32:28.8 6:29.6 ↑ 13 162
193 Amos Kosgey
SO – Eastern Kentucky
32:30.2 6:41.7 ↓ 4 163
194 Joe Sansone
SO – North Carolina
32:30.6 6:28.3 ↑ 14 164
195 Colby Gilbert
FR – Washington
32:31.9 6:42.8 ↓ 5 165
196 Tyler Udland
SR – Florida State
32:32.0 6:46.7 ↓ 10 166
197 Antony Taylor
SR – Florida State
32:32.2 6:30.3 ↑ 10 167
198 Johannes Motschmann
FR – Iona
32:32.6 6:43.5 ↓ 7 168
199 Adam Palamar
SO – Tulsa
32:32.8 6:28.1 ↑ 13 169
200 Ibrahim Ahmed
SO – Southern Utah
32:33.8 6:30.6 ↑ 9 170
201 Sam Stabler
SR – Lamar
32:34.0 6:55.4 ↓ 23
202 Adam Peterman
FR – Colorado
32:36.8 6:42.0 ↓ 3 171
203 Daniel Bulmer
SR – Mississippi
32:37.6 6:33.7 ↑ 8 172
204 Ty McCormack
SR – Auburn
32:38.6 7:47.0 ↓ 146
205 Dan Curts
FR – Iowa State
32:40.2 6:41.5 ↓ 2
206 Aaron Baumgarten
FR – Michigan
32:40.8 6:50.4 ↓ 10 173
207 Taylor Caldwell
FR – Mississippi
32:42.5 6:43.1 ↓ 1 174
208 Ferdinand Edman
SO – UCLA
32:43.6 7:05.1 ↓ 32 175
209 Gabe Gonzales
JR – Arkansas
32:45.3 6:50.1 ↓ 9 176
210 Mark Hadley
FR – Furman
32:45.3 6:36.8 ↑ 7 177
211 Trevor Gilley
SO – Mississippi
32:47.9 6:41.8 ↑ 4 178
212 Brock Baker
SO – Furman
32:48.3 6:56.0 ↓ 14 179
213 Nick Soter
SO – Michigan State
32:50.0 6:43.1 ↑ 3 180
214 Dylan Marx
SR – Southern Utah
32:50.7 6:34.2 ↑ 8 181
215 Jose Madera
SR – San Francisco
32:51.6 6:59.5 ↓ 18
216 Fred Huxham
FR – Washington
32:52.1 6:46.4 ↓ 3 182
217 Amos Bowen
JR – Wyoming
32:53.2 6:56.7 ↓ 16
218 Aidan Swain
SO – Arkansas
32:55.0 6:51.5 ↓ 8 183
219 Liam Hillery
SR – Providence
32:57.8 6:44.2 ↑ 1 184
220 Jake McDonnell
JR – Tulsa
32:58.6 6:49.4 ↓ 2 185
221 Danny Thater
SR – Tulsa
32:59.6 6:53.6 ↓ 7 186
222 Connor Hendrickson
FR – Texas
32:59.8 6:41.7 ↑ 2 187
223 Mark Robertson
FR – Mississippi
33:00.1 6:41.2 ↑ 2 188
224 Brian Barraza
SO – Houston
33:01.9 6:44.1 ↓ 1
225 Jakob Abrahamsen
FR – Eastern Kentucky
33:04.6 6:44.2 ↑ 1 189
226 Adam Visokay
SO – Virginia
33:14.4 7:02.9 ↓ 7 190
227 Christian Heymsfield
SO – Arkansas
33:14.5 6:44.5 ↑ 5 191
228 Trevor Hopper
FR – Virginia
33:17.2 7:03.5 ↓ 7 192
229 Austen Dalquist
FR – Arkansas
33:18.7 6:49.0 ↑ 2 193
230 Jacob Pickle
FR – Texas
33:19.9 6:53.2 ↓ 1 194
231 Istvan Szogi
FR – Southern Utah
33:25.6 6:42.5 ↑ 3 195
232 Kieran Reilly
FR – Indiana
33:32.0 7:02.9 ↓ 2 196
233 Elphas Maiyo
JR – UTEP
33:33.5 6:52.8 197
234 Andrew Cusmano
JR – Michigan State
33:35.0 7:11.8 ↓ 6 198
235 Charles Mathenge
SO – Stephen F. Austin
33:38.8 7:18.1 ↓ 8
236 Andrew Goodman
SR – Colorado State
33:39.6 6:48.0 ↑ 2 199
237 Sean Vandermosten
SR – Eastern Kentucky
33:41.8 6:53.1 ↓ 1 200
238 Austin O’Neil
SO – UCLA
34:09.8 7:25.2 ↓ 3 201
239 Adam Roderique
FR – Tulsa
34:14.9 6:49.4 ↑ 2 202
240 Otniel Teixeira
SO – Florida State
34:15.2 6:57.1 ↓ 1 203
241 Tripp Hurt
SR – Furman
34:16.5 7:26.9 ↓ 4 204
242 Stanley Linton
SO – Florida State
34:27.1 6:56.7 ↑ 1 205
243 Clinton Rhoton
SR – Southern Utah
34:28.8 7:09.3 ↓ 3 206
244 AJ Yarnall
FR – Washington
34:38.6 7:12.3 ↓ 2 207
245 Evans Kiprono
SO – UTEP
34:46.3 7:07.2 ↓ 1 208
246 Ramon Garcia
SR – UTEP
37:13.7 7:46.3 ↓ 1 209

*Video of race here


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