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Grand Valley State Athletics | October 4, 2013

Cross Country Action

No. 3 Grand Valley State at Notre Dame Invitational

RESULTS
First: No. 3 Grand Valley State
Second: DIII No. 1 North Central (Ill.)
Third: Windsor-Ontario

SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Grand Valley State had a strong showing at the 2013 Notre Dame Invitational on Friday afternoon, the squad dominated the gold race.

With only a handful of non-Division I schools in the race, the Lakers were able to show their muscle once again against the higher division.

The team dominated the field in the race, tallying only 40 points en route to the victory, easily outdistancing North Central (Ill.), who finished second with 78 points.

Alan Peterson led the way for the Lakers, finishing second with a time of 25:35.7. He led a group of four Lakers that finished inside the top 11, as Josh Moskalewski was fourth (25:38.4), Brent Showerman was ninth (25:50.7) and Chad Cini was 11th (25:52.3). Finishing out the scoring for the Lakers was Joe Duff, who crossed in 17th with a time of 26:01.1. 

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