WILMINGTON, Ohio – The Columbus State women's cross country team finished strong on at the Jenna Strong Fall Classic, hosted by Wilmington College on Friday. Each of Columbus State's five runners achieved a PR in the eight-kilometer race.
Finishing 35th of 38 teams, the Cougars were paced by freshman Adam Glass who posted a career-best 28:10.5 for a top 200 finish. Freshman Cody Null clocked a 29:02.2 for 235th place. Crossing the finish line third and fourth for the Cougars were Thomas Shaw and Jesus Davis respectively. Shaw ran in at 30:47.6 while Davis was close behind at 30:55.3. Zach Leahy completed the Cougars' scoring with a 31:38.8 finish.
Unattached runner Joseph Mullen won the race with a time of 24:44.9. Shawnee State University took home top honors, followed by University of Rio Grande, Miami University, Austin Peay University, and Wright State University.
The Cougars return to action Sat, Oct. 29 when they compete in the Region XII Championship held at Grand Woods Park in Lansing, Michigan.