Lumberjacks Finish Third At ASU Invitational

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The Northern Arizona University cross country teams finished up their regular season at the Arizona State University Invitational on Friday morning.

Held at Karsten Golf Course, the event resulted in a third place finish overall for the NAU women with 84 points. Shannon Molvin’s third-place performance of 18:53.77 on the 3-mile course was a highlight, followed by Kenzie Penca’s 10th place finish at 19:51.19.

Several other Lumberjacks had strong performances, including Jessie Williams 16th place finish with 20:23.77, and Zoe Wall’s 22nd place time with 21:30.50.

Arizona State came in first overall with 24 points, while University of Arizona placed second with 45 points. Central Arizona’s 84 points put them behind NAU in fourth place, followed by Mesa Community College in fifth place with 120 points.

On the men’s side, NAU’s James Fitzgerald placed second with 21:02:39, followed by third-place finisher Kyle Havriliak with 21:05.51. Elliot Gindi came in fourth at 21:15.18, while Joey DeFeo finished in 10th at 21:26:61.

Next up for the Lumberjacks are the Big Sky Championships in Ogden, Utah on Saturday, October 28.
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