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NCAA.com | October 30, 2013

And the bass keeps runnin'

No. 5 Wisconsin-La Crosse at Luther Invite

DECORAH, Iowa -- Wisconsin-La Crosse captured a dual victory at Luther on Friday night. The Eagles finished with 22 team points while the Norse recorded 33 points. It was the 58th Annual Luther versus UW-L dual.

UW-L had five runners finish in the top-eight, including Nathan Routhier who captured the individual title with a time of 20:46.5 on the four-mile course. The Eagles' Tom Linner was second (20:55.3) while Michael Rosenberg placed fourth (21:11.6), Cody Artymuik seventh (21:22.7) and Andrew Heinritz eighth (21:31.0).

A total of 39 runners competed.

No. 10 Wisconsin-Oshkosh at OshKosh Open

OSHKOSH, Wis. -- Jacob Clarke (27:25) and Jake Hansen (27:37) ran to top six finishes as Wisconsin-Oshkosh took third place at the UW-Oshkosh Open on Friday at Lake Breeze Golf Club in Winneconne.

Clarke and Hansen finished fifth and sixth, respectively as the Titans scored 55 points at the event.

Jordan Black finished in 12th place with a time of 27:56. Alex Banister (28:24) and Derrick Rufer (28:25) finished back to back at 19th and 20th.

Also finishing for the Titans was Seth Schumacher in 24th (28:50), Matthew Lawrence in 28th (29:20) and Patrick McCorckle in 30th (31:53).

Finishing ahead of Wisconsin-Oshkosh was Wisconsin-Stevens Point with a score of 24 and Wisconsin-Platteville, scoring a 49.

In the individual race, UW-Stevens Point's Evan Cooper (26:16) took 1st place, followed by teammate Cody Riesterer (27:12), UW-Platteville's Matt Kocak (27:19), UW-Stevens Point's Joey Kinscher (27:23) before Clarke finished for the Titans.

 

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