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Cross Country wins Mountain Invitational

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Both the University of Florida Cross Country teams won their respective races in the Mountain Dew Invitational Friday night at the UF Golf Course. The Florida women won with 19 points, while the men were first with 15 points.

The Florida women took seven of the top 10 places. Senior Lindsay Sundell (Fort Salonga, N. Y.) was the first Gator finisher in second overall, as she placed just behind Sonja Friend-Juhl, a professional athlete. Sundell was just six seconds behind her career-best pace, finishing the 5K race in 17:41.88. Freshman Ali Crabb (St. Petersburg, Fla.) finished fourth overall and second for the Gators in her first collegiate cross country race with a time of 17:48.84, the eighth fastest time by a Gator on the UF Golf Course. The next four Gators crossed the finish line in order right behind Crabb. Freshman Rebecca Lowe (Vaucluse, New South Wales, Australia) finished in 18:10.19, junior Sara Petrick (Apollo Beach, Fla.) ran a 18:14.55. Freshman Hailey Neal

(Palm Beach Gardens, Fla) finished seventh with a time of 18:24.26 to round out the scoring five. Junior Jacy Kruzel (Cooper City, Fla.) finished sixth for the Gators and eighth overall with a time of

18:25.67. Junior Kathryn Kramer (Tampa, Fla.) was the final Gator finisher in the top 10 with her time of 18:29.07.

The Florida men took each of the top four spots and 12 of the top 17. They were lead by senior Enoch Nadler (Keystone Heights, Fla.) with an

8K time of 24:48.73. Sophomore Sean Blaney (Kissimmee, Fla.) ran a career-best time of 25:11.69 to place second. Senior Scott Hans

(Middleburg, Fla.) ran to a third-place finish with a time of 25:12.90. Senior Jose Garcia (Miami, Fla.) finished in 25:17.77 to place fourth. Two unattached runners, one of them, Florida alumnus Alex Phipps, came in before the next Gator finisher senior Jeremy Miller (West Palm Beach, Fla.) in seventh place with a time of 25:35.33. Sophomore Justin Taylor

(St. Augustine, Fla.) was the sixth Gator finisher in eighth overall in

25:36.31. Sophomore Aaron Kindt (Orlando, Fla.) ran 25:40.57 to finish seventh for the Gators and 10th overall.

For complete results on all the high school and collegiate races in the Mountain Dew Invitational, please log on to www. gatorzone. com/crosscountry.

The Gators will next run in the Auburn Invitational on September 29.

Women’s Top 10 Team Results

1. Florida 19

2. Tampa 67

3. UCF 99

4. North Florida 131

5. Florida Atlantic 160

6. Florida State 189

7. Florida Gulf Coast 222

8. Miami 223

9. West Florida 256

10. South Florida 272

Women’s Top 25 Agate and Additional Florida Finishers

1. Sonja Friend-Juhl, Unattached, 17:36.99; 2. Lindsay Sundell, Florida,

17:41.88; 3. Laura Woznicki, Tampa, 17:44.01; 4. Ali Crabb, Florida,

17:48.84; 5. Rebecca Lowe, Florida, 18:10.19; 6. Sara Petrick, Florida,

18:14.55; 7. Hailey Neal, Florida, 18:24.26; 8. Jacy Kruzel, Florida,

18:25.67; 9. Jessica Forrester, Tampa, 18:28.27; 10. Kathryn Kramer,

Florida, 18:29.07; 11. Jamie Rzepecki, Central Florida, 18:34.37; 12.

Julie Northrup, Florida, 18:36.28; 13. Amanda Hahn, Florida State,

18:38.63; 14. Amanda Davey, North Florida, 18:40.93; 15. Devin Gapstur,

Florida, 18:42.55; 16. Paige Williams, Tampa, 18:48.18; 17. Kaitlin

Shiver, Florida, 18:51.04; 18. Kristen Johnson, Florida, 18:58.47; 19.

Diana Sitar, West Florida, 19:03.90; 20. Friederike Feil, Florida

Atlantic, 19:04.72; 21. Karen Kozub, Central Florida, 19:05.85; 22.

Laura Garrow, Florida, 19:07.88; 23. Kelly Marshall, North Florida,

19:19.58; 24. Tina Biedenharn, Florida State, 19:24.14; 25. Michelle

Gabrielle, Tampa, 19:25.61; 53. Ashlyn Bickermert, Florida, 20:30.95.

Men’s Top 10 Team Results

1. Florida 15

2. Central Florida 82

3. Embry-Riddle 89

4. Miami 107

5. North Florida 166

6. West Florida 180

7. Tampa 192

8. Nova Southeastern 218

9. Webber 239

10. Florida Atlantic 253

Men’s Top 25 Agate and Additional Florida Finishers

1. Enoch Nadler, Florida, 24:48.73; 2. Sean Blaney, Florida, 25:11.69;

3. Scott Hans, Florida, 25:12.90; 4. Jose Garcia, Florida, 25:17.77; 5.

Alex Phipps, Unattached, 25:29.69; 6. Adam Hortian, Unattached,

25:31.03; 7. Jeremy Miller, Florida, 25:35.33; 8. Justin Taylor,

Florida, 25:36.31; 9. Brent Schneider, Unattached, 25:38.23; 10. Aaron

Kindt, Florida, 25:40.57; 11. Rico Loy, Unattached, 25:44.16; 12. Matt

Hensley, Florida, 25:47.27; 13. Anthony Morales, Florida, 25:51.11; 14.

Brian Hoover, Florida, 25:59.68; 15. Chris Mullaney, Florida, 26:17.87;

16. Paul Nielson, Central Florida, 26:18.70; 17. Al Matheny, Florida,

26:21.76; 18. Austin Richmond, Webber, 26:22.42; 19. Henry Melius,

Embry-Riddle, 26:23.50; 20. Ryan Woodlee, Miami, 26:24.22; 21. Mike

Hensley, Unattached, 26:25.00; 22. Daniel Conn, Central Florida,

26:25.67; 23. Mike Mykytok, Unattached, 26:27.29; 24. Paul Fitzpatrick,

Central Florida, 26:32.95; 25. Sammy Palmer, North Florida, 26:38.46;

27. James Uthmeier, Florida, 26:40.51; 29. Alex Wills, Florida,

26:47.32; 34. Andrew Revelle, Florida, 26:55.40; 36. Kurt Roeser,

Florida, 26:56.56; 79. Geofferey Anderson, Florida, 28:24.47,

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Both the University of Florida Cross Country teams won their respective races in the Mountain Dew Invitational Friday night at the UF Golf Course. The Florida women won with 19 points, while the men were first with 15 points.

The Florida women took seven of the top 10 places. Senior Lindsay Sundell (Fort Salonga, N. Y.) was the first Gator finisher in second overall, as she placed just behind Sonja Friend-Juhl, a professional athlete. Sundell was just six seconds behind her career-best pace, finishing the 5K race in 17:41.88. Freshman Ali Crabb (St. Petersburg, Fla.) finished fourth overall and second for the Gators in her first collegiate cross country race with a time of 17:48.84, the eighth fastest time by a Gator on the UF Golf Course. The next four Gators crossed the finish line in order right behind Crabb. Freshman Rebecca Lowe (Vaucluse, New South Wales, Australia) finished in 18:10.19, junior Sara Petrick (Apollo Beach, Fla.) ran a 18:14.55. Freshman Hailey Neal

(Palm Beach Gardens, Fla) finished seventh with a time of 18:24.26 to round out the scoring five. Junior Jacy Kruzel (Cooper City, Fla.) finished sixth for the Gators and eighth overall with a time of

18:25.67. Junior Kathryn Kramer (Tampa, Fla.) was the final Gator finisher in the top 10 with her time of 18:29.07.

The Florida men took each of the top four spots and 12 of the top 17. They were lead by senior Enoch Nadler (Keystone Heights, Fla.) with an

8K time of 24:48.73. Sophomore Sean Blaney (Kissimmee, Fla.) ran a career-best time of 25:11.69 to place second. Senior Scott Hans

(Middleburg, Fla.) ran to a third-place finish with a time of 25:12.90. Senior Jose Garcia (Miami, Fla.) finished in 25:17.77 to place fourth. Two unattached runners, one of them, Florida alumnus Alex Phipps, came in before the next Gator finisher senior Jeremy Miller (West Palm Beach, Fla.) in seventh place with a time of 25:35.33. Sophomore Justin Taylor

(St. Augustine, Fla.) was the sixth Gator finisher in eighth overall in

25:36.31. Sophomore Aaron Kindt (Orlando, Fla.) ran 25:40.57 to finish seventh for the Gators and 10th overall.

For complete results on all the high school and collegiate races in the Mountain Dew Invitational, please log on to www. gatorzone. com/crosscountry.

The Gators will next run in the Auburn Invitational on September 29.

Women’s Top 10 Team Results

1. Florida 19

2. Tampa 67

3. UCF 99

4. North Florida 131

5. Florida Atlantic 160

6. Florida State 189

7. Florida Gulf Coast 222

8. Miami 223

9. West Florida 256

10. South Florida 272

Women’s Top 25 Agate and Additional Florida Finishers

1. Sonja Friend-Juhl, Unattached, 17:36.99; 2. Lindsay Sundell, Florida,

17:41.88; 3. Laura Woznicki, Tampa, 17:44.01; 4. Ali Crabb, Florida,

17:48.84; 5. Rebecca Lowe, Florida, 18:10.19; 6. Sara Petrick, Florida,

18:14.55; 7. Hailey Neal, Florida, 18:24.26; 8. Jacy Kruzel, Florida,

18:25.67; 9. Jessica Forrester, Tampa, 18:28.27; 10. Kathryn Kramer,

Florida, 18:29.07; 11. Jamie Rzepecki, Central Florida, 18:34.37; 12.

Julie Northrup, Florida, 18:36.28; 13. Amanda Hahn, Florida State,

18:38.63; 14. Amanda Davey, North Florida, 18:40.93; 15. Devin Gapstur,

Florida, 18:42.55; 16. Paige Williams, Tampa, 18:48.18; 17. Kaitlin

Shiver, Florida, 18:51.04; 18. Kristen Johnson, Florida, 18:58.47; 19.

Diana Sitar, West Florida, 19:03.90; 20. Friederike Feil, Florida

Atlantic, 19:04.72; 21. Karen Kozub, Central Florida, 19:05.85; 22.

Laura Garrow, Florida, 19:07.88; 23. Kelly Marshall, North Florida,

19:19.58; 24. Tina Biedenharn, Florida State, 19:24.14; 25. Michelle

Gabrielle, Tampa, 19:25.61; 53. Ashlyn Bickermert, Florida, 20:30.95.

Men’s Top 10 Team Results

1. Florida 15

2. Central Florida 82

3. Embry-Riddle 89

4. Miami 107

5. North Florida 166

6. West Florida 180

7. Tampa 192

8. Nova Southeastern 218

9. Webber 239

10. Florida Atlantic 253

Men’s Top 25 Agate and Additional Florida Finishers

1. Enoch Nadler, Florida, 24:48.73; 2. Sean Blaney, Florida, 25:11.69;

3. Scott Hans, Florida, 25:12.90; 4. Jose Garcia, Florida, 25:17.77; 5.

Alex Phipps, Unattached, 25:29.69; 6. Adam Hortian, Unattached,

25:31.03; 7. Jeremy Miller, Florida, 25:35.33; 8. Justin Taylor,

Florida, 25:36.31; 9. Brent Schneider, Unattached, 25:38.23; 10. Aaron

Kindt, Florida, 25:40.57; 11. Rico Loy, Unattached, 25:44.16; 12. Matt

Hensley, Florida, 25:47.27; 13. Anthony Morales, Florida, 25:51.11; 14.

Brian Hoover, Florida, 25:59.68; 15. Chris Mullaney, Florida, 26:17.87;

16. Paul Nielson, Central Florida, 26:18.70; 17. Al Matheny, Florida,

26:21.76; 18. Austin Richmond, Webber, 26:22.42; 19. Henry Melius,

Embry-Riddle, 26:23.50; 20. Ryan Woodlee, Miami, 26:24.22; 21. Mike

Hensley, Unattached, 26:25.00; 22. Daniel Conn, Central Florida,

26:25.67; 23. Mike Mykytok, Unattached, 26:27.29; 24. Paul Fitzpatrick,

Central Florida, 26:32.95; 25. Sammy Palmer, North Florida, 26:38.46;

27. James Uthmeier, Florida, 26:40.51; 29. Alex Wills, Florida,

26:47.32; 34. Andrew Revelle, Florida, 26:55.40; 36. Kurt Roeser,

Florida, 26:56.56; 79. Geofferey Anderson, Florida, 28:24.47,

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