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Senior Lindsay Anderson was the top finisher for North Dakota
UND cross country makes Division I regional debut
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Updated: Monday 11/10/2012 13:51:12 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Making the program's first-ever appearance at the NCAA Division I regionals, North Dakota placed 22nd today at the Midwest Regional at the Missouri State University Cross Country Course.

UND finished with a team score of 576 and placed ahead of such schools as Nebraska, Drake, Northern Illinois and Creighton in its Division I regional debut.

Iowa State captured the team championship with a team score of 63, behind the efforts of individual winner Betsy Saina. Saina clocked a time of 19:51.46.

Senior Lindsay Anderson (Leeds, N.D.) was UND's top performer with a time of 21:49.07. She placed 41st in the individual standings.

Click on the PDF for complete team and individual results.

UND Participants
41. Lindsay Anderson, 21:49.07
115. Lydia Lutz, 23:01.62
121. Erin Wysocki, 23:10.47
155. Anna Gessell, 23:47.78
171. Jessica Lynch, 24:08.48
179. Jami Johnson, 24:17.04
198. Jessica Lindsay, 24:52.90

 

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