WOMEN’S RESULTS • MEN’S RESULTS
GREENVILLE, S.C. — The Clemson cross country team competed in the Furman Invitational Meet on Saturday morning. Both teams ran a 5k, with the women finishing third and the men as the runner-up.
Freshman Maddie Dinneen again shined for the Tigers, crossing the finish line 13th overall and first on her team with a time of 17:39.33. Fellow freshman Madison Roush finished behind her in 16th place, while Brynne Sumner was the third Tiger to complete the race and 22nd overall finisher.
For the men, Sawyer Dagan finished fifth overall with a time of 14:42.57. He was trailed closely by Marlin Young, who completed the race in 14:46.37 for a sixth place finish. Daniel Sullivan rounded out the top-10 with a time of 15:11.05.
“I’m super impressed and happy,” remarked Head Coach Vicky Pounds on the team’s performance. “I think everyone went out there and competed. Both Furman’ teams are nationally ranked and I felt we competed well.”
Up next, the Tigers will travel to Louisville, Ky. for the Live in Lou meet on Saturday, October 1. The team has two meets remaining before the ACC Championship Meet on October 28.
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