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Wysocki and teammates finished fifth among 12 teams.
UND fifth at SDSU behind Wysocki's career time
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Updated: Friday 10/07/2013 11:14:09 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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BROOKINGS, S.D. – As she has done all season, North Dakota junior Erin Wysocki stood out once again today at the SDSU Cross Country Classic at Edgebrook Golf Course.

Wysocki, a native of Grand Forks, N.D., completed the 5K course in a team-leading time of 18 minutes, 25.36 seconds, the fastest 5K cross country time of her career.

That also put her in 17th place out of 134 runners and left her approximately one minute off the pace set by medalist Molly Kayfes of Minnesota. Kayfes crossed the line in 17:29.01, leading a first-place Golden Gopher squad that boasted the top 10 individual finishers.

Wysocki and UND finished fifth out of 12 teams.

Sophomore Lydia Lutz (Park Rapids, Minn.) also ran a strong race for UND, recording a time of 18:49.14.

UND will take a week off before hosting the annual UND Ron Pynn Invitational on Oct. 19 at Ray Richards Golf Course in Grand Forks.

Team Standings

1. Minnesota, 15

2. North Dakota State, 57

3. South Dakota, 101

4. South Dakota State, 102

5. North Dakota, 140

6. Northern Iowa, 164

7. MSU-Moorhead, 197

8. SD Alumni, 205

9. Mount Marty, 247

10. Morningside, 298

11. Southwest Minnesota, 354

12. Wayne State, 368

 

UND Participants
17. Erin Wysocki, 18:25.36

27. Lydia Lutz, 18:49.14

35. Jessica Lindsay, 19:15.05

40. Jessica Lynch, 19:20.64

48. Anna Gessell, 19:34.46

51. Jami Johnson, 19:45.88

65. Brittany Ungs, 19:58.84

68. Megan Kienholz, 20:04.64

69. Paige Melin, 20:06.93

80. Carly Bertsch, 20:24.44

82. Rachel Miesbauer, 20:31.66

84. Larissa Juelich, 20:32.59

95. Alisha Lindsay, 20:58.76

97. Kaylee Roelike, 21:04.19

105. Amanda Larson, 21:22.50

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