(CEDARVILLE, Ohio) – Lake Erie cross country raced in the prestigious All-Ohio Championships held at Cedarville University on Saturday afternoon. The event featured over 40 schools in the Buckeye State from all three divisions of the NCAA as well as NAIA participants.
On the men's side, Logan Carter turned in a time of 31:09 to finish in the middle of the pack that featured over 300 student-athletes. His average mile stood at 6:16 with a 3:53.6 average kilometer. Also in that group was Conner Jeffers who clocked in at 36:28.6.
Natalie Thoss represented the Storm on the women's side which featured just under 300 runners. The freshman thin clad clocked in at 31:01.5. She averaged a mile of 8:19 and kilometer of 5:10.2.
The University of Dayton won the men's team event with a score of 93. The Flyers barely edged out the University of Akron for the title as the Zips finished second with 94. Similar happenings occurred in the women's race as well with the Flyers winning the event with 73 points followed by the Zips' 76.
The Green and White will be back on the course in two weeks when they head to Slippery Rock for the Bill Lennox Invitational. That event will take place on Saturday, Oct. 12.