K-State Corss Country Earns Pair of Top Ten Finishes at NCAA Midwest Region Championships
Stillwater, Okla.-The Kansas State cross country teams concluded their season today at the NCAA Midwest Region Cross Championships in Stillwater, Okla. K-State concluded the season with a pair of top ten finishes at the meet as Mathew Chesang finished third on the men’s side while Trisha Culbertson finished ninth in the women’s race.
Chesang earned his second consecutive top ten finish at the meet when his time of 31:02 placed him third behind his brother, Benson Chesang of
On the women’s side, Culbertson had a career best at the annual meet, finishing ninth with a time of . Amanda Bales of Missouri won the meet in a time .
Big 12 opponents
The regional championships marked the end of the team season for the Wildcats; however, K-State will likely have individuals run at the NCAA Championships on Monday, November 25, when the championship field is announced early next week.
1 3 Mathew Chesang 31:02
3 70 Joe Moore 33:07
4 119 Hiral Bhakta 34:39
5 136 Ben Owen 36:26
1. 9 Trisha Culbertson
2. 56 Tina Todd
3. 128 Catherine
4. 152 Kelly
5. 154 Samantha Murillo 27:45