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WSU Harriers Meet Heat, Top Teams at Pre-NCAA
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 10/14/2000
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Oct. 14, 2000

AMES, Iowa -- Temperatures in the 80s, longer distances, and much of the best competition from around the nation met the Washington State men's and women's cross country team at the 28th Memorial Cross Country Classic Pre-National Invitational.

The WSU women finished 36th out of 56 teams running the 6,000 meter course while the Cougar men's team were 38th out 53 squads on the 10,000 meter course. BYU won the women's race while Colorado won the men's race. Among Pacific-10 Conference schools, Stanford's women were second and the Cardinal men were third.

WSU junior Ryan Gilmore was the top Cougar woman placer at 104th. Top placer for the WSU men was Oscar Franco-Parra finished 53rd.

"Oscar, Jon Welsh and Kyle Barker ran well today but most of the team started the race running conservatively," Cougar coach James Li said. "There are a lot of people at the back of the pack and Scott Johnson got caught back there. The 10k distance really kind of freaked out the freshman. The course is 100 percent grass so it was kind of slow."

WSU's next competition will be at the Pac-10 Conference Championships, October 28, at Seattle.

28th Memorial Cross Country Classic (Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, 10,000 meters)
October 14, 2000
Men's Team Results:  1, Colorado 64. 2, Northern Arizona 215. 3, Stanford 255. 4, BYU 310. 5, Georgetown 313.  38, Washington State 946.
Top Three Individuals:  1, Jorge Torres, Colorado. 2, Thomas Murley, Stanford. 3, Jonathan Riley, Stanford.
WSU Results:  53, Oscar Franco-Parra 31:57.8.  101, Jon Welsh 32:24.0.  195, Kyle Barker 33:07.4.  283, Scott Johnson 34:04.3.  343, Kurt Hicks 35:45.4.  350, James Neeway 36:27.9.

Inland Empire Cross Country Classic (Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, 6,000 meters) October 14, 2000 Women's Team Results: 1, BYU 117. 2, Stanford 151. 3, Wisconsin 189. 4, Arizona State 241. 5, Colorado 251. 36, Washington State 863. Top Three Individuals: 1, Kara Wheeler, Colorado. 2, Erica Palmer, Wisconsin. 3, Shalane Flanagan, North Carolina. WSU Results: 104, Ryan Gilmore 22.37.4. 140, Alishia Booterbaugh 22:54.8. 205, Megan Maynard 23:36.9. 206, Greta Johnson 23:38.1. 252, Anna Blue 24:11.7. 311, Ana Cabrera 24:46.7.

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