Terre Haute, Indiana – Both Ohio State cross country teams competed in the 2018 NCAA Great Lakes Regionals hosted by Indiana State University this Friday. The women ran a 6k and earned 7th with 365 points while the man ran an 10k earning 21st with 544 points.
How it Happened – Women
• Leading the scoring efforts for the women was senior Emily Stoodley. Stoodley placed 26th with a career best 6k time of 21:04.
• Closely behind her were Kalee Soehnlen and Julia Rizk who finished 36th and 38th respectively with times of 21:18 each.
•Rounding out the scoring efforts for the Buckeyes was Sarah Kanney (22:08/74th) and Brittany Atkinson (22:22/91st).
How it Happened – Men
• Senior Luke Landis was the first Buckeye to cross the finish line again this week, finishing with a time of 32:07 and placing 48th
• Noah Corbett also finished in the Top 100 in the region, placing 87th with a time of 32:45
• Rounding out the scoring efforts for the men were Peter Hayden (121st/33:18), Steve Bauers (126th/33:23), and Nick Regas (162nd/34:29)
Up Next for the Buckeyes
Tomorrow, Saturday, November 10 at 5:00 p.m. ET, the NCAA will announce the qualifiers for the Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Nationals competition.