LOCK HAVEN (Pa.) – The West Virginia Wesleyan men's cross country team ran a strong fifth amongst a loaded field in the 14th annual Lock Haven Invitational here today.
Wesleyan compiled 145 points in the 16-team event.
Lock Haven won their own Invitational with 49 points.
Slippery Rock was second with 71 points.
Matt Dearth ran a strong race for Wesleyan, placing sixth out of over 200 runners with a time of 26:00.19.
Sean Snyder also placed in the top 20 for Wesleyan as he finished 19th with a clocking of 26:17.71.
Marcus Black finished 33rd with a time of 26:33.00.
John Crowe from Susquehanna won the individual title with a time of 25:34.12
The men will run again Oct. 6 at Glenville State.