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Clemson Men’s Cross Country Team Finishes Sixth At FinishLynx/Murray Keatinge Invitational

Clemson Men’s Cross Country Team Finishes Sixth At FinishLynx/Murray Keatinge Invitational

Oct. 4, 2003

ORONO, ME – The Clemson men’s cross country team posted a sixth-place finish at the FinishLynx/Murray Keatinge Invitational hosted by the University of Maine. Top-ranked Stanford University won the 11-team meet with 18 points, while Butler University tallied 66 points for second place. The University of Indiana took third with 78 points, and the University of Oklahoma accumulated 119 points for fourth place. The University of Florida finished fifth with 128 points, Clemson was sixth with 141 points and the University of New Hampshire was seventh with 181 points. Holy Cross placed ninth with 291 points, Central Connecticut finished 10th with 326 points, and the University of Vermont rounded out the field with 328 points.

The Tigers were led by Matt Pimentel were 32nd and 24th with times of 25:02.10 and 25:07.70, respectively. Clay Pendleton also scored for the Tigers with a 44th-place finish (25:31.00), and Ryan Fenton was 45th in 25:33.70. Mike Foley was 53rd in 25:58.40, and Greg Isaacs finished in 26:07.60 to place 57th.

The Clemson men’s cross country team will return to action on Oct. 18, as they host the 2003 Clemson Invitational.

Team Results 1. #1 Stanford University – 18 points 2. Butler University – 66 points 3. #19 University of Indiana – 78 points 4. University of Oklahoma – 119 points 5. University of Florida – 128 points 6. Clemson University – 141 points 7. University of New Hampshire – 181 points 8. University of Maine – 256 points 9. Holy Cross University – 291 points 10. Central Connecticut University – 326 points 11. University of Vermont – 328 points. Clemson ResultsScott Shaw (21) – 24:42.00Derrick Wyatt (25) – 24:46.50 Matt Clark (32) – 25:02.10 Matt Pimentel (34) – 25:07.70 Clay Pendleton (44) – 25:31.00 Ryan Fenton (45) – 25:33.70David Smith (51) – 25:51.00 Mike Foley (53) – 25:58.40 Greg Isaacs (57) – 26:07.60

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