Sept. 10, 2011
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By Kathleen Spence
Athletic Media Relations
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.--The Colorado State women's cross country team scored the top five positions Saturday at the Rust Buster Invitational.
Hannah Pensack-Rinehart (14 minutes, 23.78 seconds) won the meet, while Nicole Peters (14:24.03) and Ellie Keyser (14:24.26) also broke the course record, each crossing the line together.
"The women dominated the meet again today, taking the first five spots," said Head Coach Bryan Berryhill.
This is the second week in a row in which the women's cross country team has scored the top spots in a meet. Keyser and Peters continue to impress.
The men's cross country team also did well with Spenser Lynass (18:58.26) receiving fourth. Jim Walmsley from Air Force Academy won the meet overall.
"The men were solid today," said Berryhill. "We had a much better one-through-five split today which will prove valuable in the bigger meets ahead".
Jake Keyser (19:28.19) returned to the invitational this week, scoring 21st overall after being out for two weeks due to injury.
Colorado State will compete next at the Roy Griak Invitational Sept. 24 in Minneapolis, Minn.