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Wysocki finished eighth to lead all UND runners.
Runners get season underway at Bison Duals
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Updated: Wednesday 08/31/2012 21:08:37 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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FARGO, N.D. -- An eighth-place finish by sophomore Erin Wysocki and a 12th-place effort by freshman Lydia Lutz in her collegiate debut highlighted UND's performance today at the season-opening Bison Cross Country Duals.

Wysocki, who was the Great West Conference Freshman of the Year last season, ran the 5K course in 19:04.79. Lutz, meanwhile, completed her first race in 19:29.40 to pace all UND newcomers.

UND fell 15-35 to host North Dakota State and 20-38 to South Dakota State.

NDSU boasted the race's to five individual finishers, led by medalist Brecca Wahlund.

UND will take a week off and will return to action Sept. 14 at the South Dakota State Classic.

Double Dual Scores
NDSU 16, SDSU 39
NDSU 15, UND 35
SDSU 20, UND 38

Click on the PDF link for complete results.

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