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Central Missouri holds on for MIAA Men's Cross Country title

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Press Release MIAA Conference: 

Central Missouriplaced three runners in the top ten and held off Missouri Southern by just onepoint to win the MIAA Men's Cross Country Championship. Southwest Baptistfinished third and Nebraska-Kearney and Northwest Missouri rounded out the topfive edging Pittsburg State by just a point in a close race.

Individually Adam Volkert won the title on his home course finishing with onlyone shoe, but in a time of 24:35.30 to win by almost a full ten seconds. LabanSialo of Central Missouri came in second finishing in 24:44.59 ahead ofteammate Tyler Stuber who set a 24:48.53 pace. Kevin Carder of Nebraska-Kearneyfinished fourth with a 24:53.53 time and Eric Schott of Missouri Southern useda 24:55.58 pace to round out the top five.

Nolan Zimmer of Northwest Missouri finished the race in 25:01.92 to come injust ahead of MSSU's Jacob Benton who set a 25:02.92 pace. UCM's Adam Tredwayfinished the race in 25:07.06 to place eighth on the day. MSSU's Andrew Websterplaced ninth with a 25:10.54 and Cory Keehn of Fort Hays State used a 25:12.33to round out the top ten.  The top ten finishers in the race earn All-MIAAstatus for the 2013 season.

Team Standings
1.    Central Missouri
2.    Missouri Southern
3.    Southwest Baptist
4.    Nebraska-Kearney
5.    Northwest Missouri
6.    Pittsburg State
7.    Fort Hays State
8.    Lindenwood
9.    Emporia State

All-MIAA Individuals
1. Adam Volkert, Pittsburg State         24:35.30
2. Laban Sialo, Central Missouri         24:44.59
3. Tyler Stuber, Central Missouri         24:48.53
4. Kevin Carder, Nebraska-Kearney     24:53.53
5. Eric Schott, Missouri Southern        25:55.58
6. Nolan Zimmer, Northwest Missouri   25:01.92
7. Jacob Benton, Missouri Southern     25:02.95
8. Adam Tredway, Central Missouri      25:07.06
9. Andrew Webster, Missouri Southern 25:10.54
10. Cory Keehn, Fort Hays State         25:12.33
   

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