No. 1 OSU wins Cowboy Jamboree
Roundup: No. 2 Wisconsin tops Oregon at Dellinger Invitational
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STILLWATER, Okla. -- Top-ranked Oklahoma State won the Cowboy Jamboree on Saturday for the second consecutive season.
The Cowboys recorded a team score of 46, 35 points better than second-place Indiana. The Cowboys were led by a second-place finish from senior Colby Lowe, who completed the 8,000-meter race in 23:47.96.
Three other Cowboys finished in the top 10, as sophomore transfer Shadrack Kipchirchir placed fourth in his first race as a Cowboy with a time of 23:57.76. Senior German Fernandez finished fifth, completing the race in 24:01.56, while sophomore Tom Farrell placed seventh with a time of 24:12.45.
Redshirt freshman Kirubel Erassa, who took first at the Hurricane Festival on Sept. 3, rounded out the Cowboys’ scoring five with a 34th-place finish.
Diego Estrada of Northern Arizona took the top spot in the race finishing in 23:34.34.
No. 2 Wisconsin at the Bill Dellinger Invitational
No. 2 Wisconsin earned its second win of the season Saturday by claiming the team title at Oregon’s Bill Dellinger invitational.
Led by junior Reed Connor, five Badgers finished in the top 10, which helped Wisconsin finish with 24 points and run away with the decisive victory. Host and sixth-ranked Oregon finished second with 59 points, Southern Utah third with 104, Idaho fourth with 110 and UC Riverside fifth with 113.
Connor finished the 8-kilometer race in 23 minutes, 18 seconds to earn a second-place finish.
A group of Badgers backed up Connor’s performance, sweeping places fourth through seventh. Senior Ryan Collins finished fourth in 23:22, Junior Mohammed fifth in 23:22, senior Elliot Krause sixth in 23:22 and junior Maverick Darling seventh in 23:23.
No. 8 Colorado at the Rocky Mountain Shootout
BOULDER, Colo. -- Senior Richard Medina led Colorado to victory at the 26th Annual Rocky Mountain Shootout. Medina took first place to earn his first Rocky Mountain Shootout crowns.
Medina won the 8-kilometer race with the fourth fastest time in course history, crossing the finish line in 24 minutes, 39 seconds.
Medina defeated teammate Andy Wacker, who was the runner-up with a time of 25:00. Wacker's time ranks 22nd overall on the all-time Buffalo Ranch course record book.