Cleveland State XC Powers Through Rough Terrain at Maryville Invitational

Cleveland State XC Powers Through Rough Terrain at Maryville Invitational

Cleveland State Cross Country had a good showing at the Maryville Invitational last Saturday. The Cougars had to deal with some rough terrain as the men's course included over 250 feet of elevation while the women's course had over 200 feet of elevation. Head Coach David Kyle said, "This was a very tough course, it was a true cross country course with some challenging trails throughout." 

Even with the tough terrain, the men's team placed in the top 5 with Luis Perez leading the pack, finishing 9th overall. Madison Guider of the women's team placed just outside the top 10, at 11th place.

Kyle stated, "I am extremely proud of the effort and resilience they showed. We are happy with our progress and can't wait to continue our improvement at the Central Georgia Tech Invitational."

Maryville Invitational Final Results: 

Men's 8k Race      Overall Place             Time

 
Luis Perez                   9th                    29:44
Blaine Boley               26th                   32:10
Tyler Hollis                 35th                   33:27
Austin Tate                 40th                   34:03
Parker Tullier              44th                   35:23
Dillon Clark                 56th                   41:47
 
 
 
Women's 6k Race        Overall Place       Time
 
Madison Guider                   11              26:23
Matilda Lee                         18              28:00
Emily Colbaugh                   26              29:34
Whitney McConnell              36              31:12
 
Next up, the Cougars will travel to Macon, Georgia on Friday, October 6th at 5:30 PM EST.
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