LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Tanner Cook turned in an impressive performance on Saturday to lead the King University men's cross country team at the Greater Louisville Classic. Cook finished 10th in a very deep field and the Tornado finished 23rd in a field that had 41 teams.
KING RESULTS: 23rd of 41
LOCATION: Louisville, Ky.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- In a field of 358 runners, Cook finished with a personal record 8k time of 25:21.22 to finish 10th at the event.
- James Russell Ballowe came in next for the Tornado, finishing with a time of 26:49.21 to finish 92nd.
- Not far behind was Charles Ramos who covered the distance in 27:04.14.
- Tyler Edwards followed, posting a time of 28:05.15.
- Rounding out the squad was Chris Thomas who finished in a time of 37:21.54.
FOR THE FOES
- Grand Valley State University won the team title with Edinboro finishing second.
- Cardinal Stritch University had the top two runners as Daniel Garcia finished first with a time of 24:39.69 and Jonathan Kimutai finished second.
- King will be in action again on Friday at the Queens Invitational in Charlotte, N.C.