LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The men’s and women’s Clemson cross country teams competed this morning at the NCAA Southeast Regionals hosted by Louisville at E.P. Tom Sawyer Park. The men’s team finished 21st out of 36 teams, and the women’s squad came in 18th out of 40 competing teams.
“The women had a solid race. It’s been great watching them grow throughout the season,” stated Head Coach Vicky Pounds. “I am looking forward to see what this young team will do in the future. The men’s team has faced a lot of obstacles these past couple of weeks. They didn’t perform their best today but looking back on their season this team took a huge step in the right direction.”
On the men’s side, Victor Ndiwa led the way for Clemson in the team’s first 10k. He completed the race in 31:12.9, good for the 69th best time in the field. He was trailed by Jack McManus and Sawyer Dagan, who finished 101st and 116th, respectively.
The women’s team was paced by Brynne Sumner for the third consecutive meet. She completed the 6k in 21:45.6. She was the 74th finisher in the race and was followed by freshmen Madison Roush and Maddie Dinneen, who finished 107th and 118th, respectively.
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