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Junior Rachel Miesbauer was tops among UND's three runners with a fourth-place finish.
Junior Miesbauer paces trio of UND runners
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Updated: Thursday 11/09/2013 00:33:03 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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COLLEGEVILLE, Minn. -- Junior Rachel Miesbauer led all North Dakota runners with a fourth-place finish today at the St. John's Fall Finale.

Miesbauer, a native of Hibbing, Minn., ran the 5K race in 19 minutes, 36 seconds.

St. Benedict placed the the top three runners in the race, including medalist Caitlin Goodman, who clocked a time of 19:15.

In addition to Miesbauer, teammates Amanda Larson (Fr., Lakeville, Minn.) and Kaylee Roelike (So., Freeport, Minn.) also ran in the race, finishing 16th and 18th, respectively. Larson recorded a time of 20:31, while Roelike ran the course in 20:47.

UND will now begin preparations for the NCAA Division I Midwest regional, set for Friday, Nov. 15, in Ames, Iowa.

UND Participants
4. Rachel Miesbauer, 19:36
16. Amanda Larson, 20:31
18. Kaylee Roelike, 20:47

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