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Wysocki ran a team-leading 6K time of 22:24.50.
Wysocki 7th at Woody Greeno/Nebraska Invitational
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Updated: Thursday 09/22/2013 09:50:53 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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LINCOLN, Neb. – North Dakota junior Erin Wysocki ran a career race today at Nebraska, placing seventh among 86 runners at the annual Woody Greeno/Nebraska Invitational at Pioneer Park.

Wysocki, who hails from Grand Forks, N.D., completed the 6K course in a personal-record time of 22 minutes, 24.50 seconds. It was also the fastest time ever run by a UND runner at Pioneer Park.

She helped lead UND to a sixth-place finish among eight Division I teams, placing ahead of Nebraska Omaha and Creighton.

Wichita State won the meet, while Missouri-Kansas City’s Courtney Frerichs captured medalist honors with a time of 20:57.80.

Wysocki was one of four UND runners who finished among the top half of the 86-runner field. Sophomore Lydia Lutz (Park Rapids, Minn.) and junior Jessica Lynch (Cologne, Minn.) placed 34th and 36th, respectively. Lynch ran the course in 23:45.10, while Lynch was right behind with a time of 23:49.60.

Anna Gessell, a junior from Brainerd, Minn., clocked a time of 24:00.50 and placed 42nd.

UND will take a week off and return to action Oct. 4 at the South Dakota State Classic in Brookings.

Division I Team Standings
1. Wichita State, 35
2. Kansas State, 51
3. Missouri-Kansas City, 88
4. Nebraska, 94
5. Northern Iowa, 147
6. North Dakota, 154
7. Nebraska Omaha, 157
8. Creighton, 215

UND Participants
7. Erin Wysocki, 22:24.50
34. Lydia Lutz, 23:45.10
36. Jessica Lynch, 23:49.60
42. Anna Gessell, 24:00.50
52. Jessica Lindsay, 24:13.60
56. Jami Johnson, 24:19.20
61. Paige Melin, 24:32.10
62. Carly Bertsch, 24:33.10
69. Larissa Juelich, 25:19.70
70. Alisha Lindsay, 25:27.70
72. Rachel Miesbauer, 25:32.40
86. Amanda Larson, 28:00.60

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