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NCAA.com | November 24, 2013

Adams State brings back title

Cross Country, Mens, Division III, Adams State

SPOKANE, Wash. -- Adams State repeated its performance from a year ago and earned the 2013 NCAA Division II National Championship.

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The Grizzlies won the top spot with an overall score of 54 points.

Junior, Tabor Stevens won the individual title with a time of 29:50.10.

Four more Grizzlies finished the 10k race in the top 30. Senior, Jovanny Godinez ran a time of 30:38.30 for a 10th place finish. Sophomore, Kevin Batt finished in 12th place after running the 10k course in 30:41.50. Sophomore, Kyle Masterson ran a time of 30:58.80 for 18th place. Senior, Naseem Haje finished in 30th place with a time of 31:09.00.

All seven runners for the Grizzlies finished with times in the top 60. Sophomore, Julian Florez finished with a time of 31:24.50. Freshman, Chandler Reid ran the course in 31:32.10.

Stevens, Godinez, Batt, Masterson, and Haje all earned All-American selections.

The Grizzlies have now won five of the past six national championships. And Adams State has finished first or second in the national championship every year since 2003.

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