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Kansas cross country continues to build strength

The Kansas cross country team continues to build upon improvements from last season, bringing in top finishes in Saturday’s Oklhoma Cowboy Jamboree meet.

The women’s team snagged a second-place finish and the men placed sixth. Both teams placed higher than last year.

Senior Lauren Bonds placed second in a race of 201 women. Junior Amanda Miller and sophomores Kara Windisch and Rebeka Stowe all finished in the top 20, helping to carry the team to second place. Last year the only runner who placed in the top 20 was Bonds, who placed ninth.

“Our front four did a tremendous job today,” assistant coach Michael Whittlesey said. “Bonds had a great race. She looked comfortable and strong and was a terrific leader. Miller, Windisch and Stowe competed extremely well together, which is exactly what we had practiced after our last race in Missouri. I am so pleased with the effort on the women’s team.”…Read More

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