Northwestern women compete in Bison Invite

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Northwestern women compete in Bison Invite

Women's cross country runners during the OBU Invite on 10-8.SHAWNEE, Okla. (10-10-11) – The Northwestern Oklahoma State University women’s cross country team finished ninth place this past weekend as they competed in the Oklahoma Baptist Bison Invitational.

Pacing the Rangers in Shawnee was Paige Little, crossing the line with a time of 21:54 for a 51st place finish.

Central Oklahoma was the winning team with three top ten finishers, including the top individual runner Brooke Klimek with a time of 18:37.

Kathrine Montes (22:22) followed finished about 30-seconds behind Little in 57th place, while Emily Guthrie (22:34) crossed the line shortly after in the 61st spot.

Other Ranger finishers include Laura Hafman (23:33) in 69th place and Yareli Resendiz (25:16) in 77th, while Desirae Guffy (26:60) and Elizabeth Guffy (26:47) rounded out the field in 79th and 80th places respectively.

The Ranger women will race again this coming Saturday in the McPherson College (Kan.) Shootout.

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1. Radian wrote:
great story nat. i remember duffy camp and the steep trek down to and back up from the srping. we saw a bear cub in the area and bears had torn up some garbage left there. made us a bit nervous to camp there, but what to do. i also remember eating at mcdonald's and regretting it later, and leaving with 5 1/2 liters of water from cajon pass (the most i'd ever carried) and camping at the bottom of the climb and hitting it early in the am to avoid dehydration. hope you find more such lovely experiences of trail magic and companionship. keep the stories coming. socks

Mon, February 24, 2014 @ 5:13 AM

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