Lucki Runs at NCAA Championship

Hanna Jerome'18 and Grace Heller'19

Hanna Jerome'18 and Grace Heller'19

Benner's performance at the NCAA Championships wraps up the cross country season for the Boilermakers. In addition, the Wildcats finish was one place ahead of where they were ranked entering the meet.

Freshman Casey Clinger was BYU's best finisher, taking 24th with a time of 29 minutes, 46.32 seconds.

Senior Alexandra Lucki completed her standout cross country career as a Terp Saturday as she raced in the NCAA Championship Meet at E.P. "Tom" Sawyer Park in Louisville, Ky.

The Boise State redshirt sophomore finished the six-kilometer course in 19 minutes, 31.2 seconds, while victor Ednah Kurgat, a New Mexico sophomore, won the race in 19:19.5.

This marks the first time in program history, Penn State has recorded a top-20 finish in three-consecutive seasons at the NCAA Championships.

New Mexico won the women's national championship, its second in three years, while the WCC's San Francisco took second.

Ostrander missed last year's cross-country nationals with injury, but came back to nab the NCAA 3,000-meter steeplechase crown in early June.

Finishing in 40th with a time of 20:12.5, West is the seventh individual to earn All-America nods and the first since Rachel Johnson in 2014.

Southern Utah placed 11th in the men's meet, with junior Josh Collins leading the way with a 50th-place finish.

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