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Arizona Athletics | September 21, 2013

Arizona's Larsson earns first-place finish

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TUCSON - No. 5 Arizona earned a first-place finish at the 2013 Dave Murray Invitational on Friday. The Wildcats hosted the meet at Dell Urich Golf Course.

Freshman Maria Larsson took first place with a time of 16:31.73 in the three-mile race. Junior Nicci Corbin took second place with a time of 16:39.68. Junior Hanna Peterson’s time of 17:14.19 was good for fourth place overall. Junior Stephanie Bulder had a time of 17:17.73, good for fifth place. Sophomore Molly Callahan was the final scorer for the women’s squad, taking seventh place with a time of 17:23.71. Senior Erin Menefee (eighth place; 17:25.24), junior Kate Penney (11th place; 17:48.07), freshman McKenna Gaffney (25th place; 18:57.05) also ran for the Wildcats.

The women’s team won the Division I section with 19 points overall. Arizona State’s tally of 40 points was good for second place. Northern Arizona finished with 85 points in third place and Grand Canyon totaled 120 points in fourth place. For the double dual scoring, Arizona beat Arizona State 19 to 40. Arizona beat Grand Canyon 15 to 50. Arizona also beat Northern Arizona 15 to 50. Arizona won the matchup versus Northern Arizona by a score of 15 to 50. Northern Arizona beat Grand Canyon by a score of 15 to 50 as well.

 

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