Mens Cross Country
Stanford 27, at Stanford Invitational First place
Date of competition: Saturday, September 29, 2007
The Stanford men's and women's cross country teams swept the long courses for the second year in a row. The men recorded a low score of 37 in the 8,000 meter race to defeat second place California who scored a 66. The women posted a low score of 27 to defeat second place Adams State with 78. The men had four runners finish in the top ten and seven runners earned top 30 finishes in the 8,000 meter race. Senior Neftalem Araia led the Cardinal runners with his fourth place finish in 23:40, followed right behind by junior Hari Mix in fifth with a 23:46. Senior Russell Brown followed his three teammates as he earned a sixth place finish with a 23:47, while junior Hakon DeVries ran to a tenth place finish in a time of 24:17. The last point scorer for the Cardinal was freshman Justin Marpole-Bird who posted a 12th place finish in 24:28. The final three runners for Stanford were junior Chris Mocko (24:45), senior Lauren Jespersen (24:55), and junior Jacob Evans (25:08) as they finished 19th, 28th and 46th, respectively. Scott Bauhs took the individual title as he finished with the winning time of 23:07.
posted by media relations on Sep 29, 2007 at 9:02 pm
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