Oklahoma Baptist had some strong performances at Oklahoma State's Cowboy Jamboree Cross Country Meet Saturday.
OBU competed against NCAA Division I and ranked NAIA teams in the men's race, finishing 20th out of 29 teams.
The No. 20 Bison finished with 495 points, led by Cordell Baker
in 45th place at 25:09.29. Adam Godwin
was 94th at 26:23, followed by Nathan Ellis
at 26:30, in 99th place. Neal Ellis
was 128th at 26:59 with Jory Custar
in 129th at 27:03 to wrap up the scoring five.
Also for the Bison, Louie Cook
was 135th at 27:10 and Jason Ogan
was 140th in 27:13. Other Bison running were Sam Whelan
(27:13), Zack Cates
(27:38), Caleb Wolters
(27:48), Jared Ogan
(28:14), Matt Herrman (28:15), Landon Franz
(28:29), Patrick Lee
(28:39), Andy Carroll
(28:40), Austin Germiller
(29:14), Josiah Soap
(29:14), Ryan Brooks
(21:48), Zach Medlin
(21:57) and Jony Croston
Oklahoma State won the meet with 46 points.
The Lady Bison competed in the college division and finished 12th among 32 teams, coming in with 298 points.
Hannah Helker led OBU in 26th place, finishing in 19:45.39 in the 5000 meters.Aubrie Dolliver
was 53rd at 20:06 and Taylor Painter
took 56th in 20:10. Whitney Warfield
was 73rd at 20:24 and Nadia Majed
rounded out the scoring in 20:47 for 90th place. Sara Branson
was 94th at 20:52 and Amy McCarthy
took 97th at 20:54.
Also running for the Lady Bison were Johanna Kleinsasser
(20:56), Lauren Wood
s (21:00), Morgan Marshall
(21:01), Danielle Riley
(21:13), Amber Harper
(21:16), Yesenia Avila
(21:29), Christa Humphreys (21:58), Emily Christensen
(23:08), Brandy Moore
(23:11), Laura Voth
(23:11), Katy Palmer
(23:31), Jessica Green
(23:43), Mariah Strong
(23:57) and Kirsten Stukey (24:14).
Eighth-ranked Friends won the meet.
OBU returns to action Saturday at Gordon Cooper Technology Center for the Bison Invitational.