Wayne State’s cross country runners competed among more than 800 runners in the Roy Griak Invitational on Saturday in St. Paul, Minn.
In the women’s 6,000-meter race, Andrea DeSimone led the Wildcats by finishing 188th out of 398 runners in a time of 26:26. Lexi Oswald was next for the Wildcats, finishing 266th in 27:43. Other runners included Jamie Larsen (286th, 28:10), Josephine Peitz (336th, 29:32) and Sarah Post (386th, 34:53).
In the men’s 8,000-meter race, Antoine Bardou had the best finish for the Wildcats, placing 70th out of 463 runners in 27:43. Isaias Solorio was next, placing 239th in 29:27. Also running were Corbin Lehn (340th, 31:03), Kak Ayai (351st, 31:23) and Joey Black (394th, 32:32).
Next action for the Wayne State runners is Saturday, Oct. 8 in the Briar Cliff Invitational at Adams Nature Preserve in McCook Lake, S.D.