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The MIAA Cross Country Championship is scheduled for Nov. 8 from the Bolivar Municipal Golf Course in Bolivar, Mo.

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 MIAA Previews:  (Note all times are 5k or 6k for women and 8k for men) 

Central Missouri
Women: Leading the UCM women is Megan Glamann who had a 5K time of 18:37 at the St. Louis Fall Classic and a 6K time of 23:02.4 at the Roy Griak Invitational. In the 5K Allie Rexroat has the team's second best time at 19:01 finishing sixth in St. Louis and Samantha Merritt ran a 20:35 at the same meet.
Men: The men are paced by Adam Treadway who ran a 25:48.86 at the Southwest Baptist Invitational. Michael Gawlick ran a 26:03.79 at the Southwest Baptist Invitational and Ian Frazier finished in 26:22 at the St. Louis Fall Classic.

Central Oklahoma
Women: In 6K's this year Madison Brown has the best time of 22:45.70 at Midwestern State, she also has the top 5K time of 18:36.95 at Missouri Southern. Makayla Miller has the team's second best time at 6K with a 23:31.20 at Midwestern State and Rebekah Hickman-Morales ran a 23:54.60 at the same meet.

Emporia State
Women: The Hornet women enter the race led by Emily Schoenfeld who ran a 23:19.70 in the 6K at the Rim Rock Invitational and a SK time of 19:15.57 at the Southwest Baptist Invite. Mercy Perez has the second fastest 6K time at 25:09.70 at Rim Rock. Taylor Stueve ran a 24:14.10 at Rim Rock in the 6K as well.
Men: Thomas LaRoche has the Hornets fastest time of 27:25.40 at Rim Rock with the second best time coming from Daniel Claassen with a 27:52.60 at the same meet. James Bowlin ran a 28.00.90 at the Rim Rock as well.

Fort Hays State
Women: The Tigers are led in 6K's by Micki Kresinski who ran a 23:02.30 at the Rim Rock Invite. Chelsea Jackson ran a 23:37.00 at the same meet with Amanda Morgan finishing in 24:00.00 at the race. Kresinski had the best 5K time with a 18:19.80 at her home Tiger Open.
Men: The FHSU men are led by Ryan Hopkins who ran a 24:53.60 at his home meet, where Troy Wineger finished in 25:31.10 and Seth Parres ran a 24:04.00.

Lincoln
Women:The Blue Tigers are led on the 6K course by Monique Thompson who finished in 24:16.00 at the Maryville Invitational and also added the fastest 5K time with a 19:08.16 at the Jackling Jocks Invitational. Willomena Williams has the second fastest 6K time with a 25:46.80 at Maryville.

Lindenwood 
Women: The Lions have yet to run at the 6K distance but are led at the 5K by Hannah Rae Finchamp who ran a 19:21.10 at the Evansville Invitational. Carina Bungard ran a 19:35.20 at the Chili Fest Cross Country Meet and Jennifer Carter finished in 19:48.80 at the same meet.
Men: The Lindenwood men are led by Nicholas Stewart with a 25:35.00 at Evansville. Travis Staebell ran a 26:16.10 at the same race and Colin Cernik ran a 26:37.72 at the Missouri Southern Stampede.

Missouri Southern
Women: The Lion women have yet to run a 6K this season but Emily Harris leads the way with a 17:39.30 at the Chili Pepper Festival. Dora Eastin ran a 17:44.30 at the same meet and Kaitlyn Belisle ran a 17:54.50 at her home meet.
Men: For the MSSU men Eric Schott ran a 24:13.00 at the Chili Pepper, he is followed by William Rush who ran a 24:58.40 at the same meet and Andrew Webster who ran a 25:00.20 at the Jackling Jocks.

Nebraska-Kearney
Women: The Nebraska-Kearney women are led by Morgan Benesh who has a 17:39.60 5K time at the Tiger Open and a 22:39.50 6K time at the Rim Rock Invitational. Jena Hansen has the second fastest 6K time at 24:00 at the Rim Rock and Micah Lucas ran a 24:22.70.
Men: The Loper men will look to Bryan Hill who ran a 24:13.90 at the Tiger Open. He was joined at that meet by Cole Wellnitz with a 24:24.50 and John Landrigan with a 24:41.50 pace.

Northwest Missouri
Women: The Northwest Missouri women are led by Anne Herbert who turned in a 22:52.40 at the Woody Greeno Invitational in a 6K. Samantha Laurenzo ran a 24:05.80 at the Bearcat Invite and Jessica Johnson ran a 24:29.80 at the same race.
Men: The Bearcat men are paced by Wick Cunningham who ran a 24:57.20 at the Tiger Open and Ryan Cox with a 25:07.60 at the same meet. Also at the Tiger Open Kit Anderson set a 26:07.60 pace.

Pittsburg State
Women: The Gorillas have been led by Hannah DeVries who ran a 22:20.00 at the Rim Rock in a 6K and an 18:03.52 at the MSSU Stampede in a 5K. Katren Reinbolt ran a 23:15.10 at the Rim Rock and Alex Moase finished the race with a 23:50.10 time.
Men: For the men Austin Bogina ran a 25:03.10 at the Rim Rock to lead the way. Alex Conn had a 26:02.50 and Ren Bean finished in 26:18.90 at the same race.

Southwest Baptist
Women: The Southwest Baptist women are led by Elizabeth Luckel who has a 22:44.30 6K time at the Roy Griak and a 17:56.95 5K time at the Jacklings Jock. Also at the Griak in a 6K Katherine Sitzes had a 23:01.60 and Courtney Rogers had a 23:31.50 finish.
Men: The Bearcat men are paced by Drew Cargill who ran a 25:34.77 at his home meet. At the Jacklings Jock Luke Karamitros ran a 26:26.04 and Jacob Burch added a 27:06.61 time.


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