Ramos Powers Women to Second-Place Finish
Ramos, a junior, continued her winning ways as she crossed the line first for the second time this season in as many tries, finishing with a 6K time of 21:02.0. With the victory Ramos won the Woody Greeno for the second straight year and improved her time by 19 seconds from a year ago. Ramos was able to capture the lead early and not look back, finishing 30 seconds in front of the nearest competitor. Senior Liliani Mendez finished seventh for the Cats, while Emily Dittemore, Emilee Morris and Megan-Anne Perrin finished 10th,16th and17th, respectively, to round out the top five for K-State.
The women fell just four points short of their second consecutive first place finish, placing second to host team
“We did accomplish some objectives because we wanted to be close to them (
The men struggled to a 12th place overall finish, while
“Colin Swaney ran his first race for us this year and he ran well under tough conditions and I think our young guys found out what collegiate running is like. Our upperclassmen still need to get the rust off and get back to the way we know they can run,” said Smith.
The men, who scored 59 points, finished second in the university division to host team
The Wildcats will continue action on Oct. 4th, at the Cowboy Jamboree, in