Women are fifth, men are seventh at Texas Tech Open.

Results of men | Results for women

LUBBOCK, Texas. – The NM State men’s and women’s cross country teams traveled to Lubbock, Texas this weekend to take on none other than Texas Tech University at the Texas Tech Open.

The boys are coming off a third-place finish at the Lowry-Fitzgerald Open in Las Cruces two weeks ago. On the women’s side, four runners finished in the top-ten at the Lowry-Fitzgerald Open.

This week, both teams face the challenge of competing against some of the top cross country programs in the country. Finally, the women came out fifth with 140 team points.

Men’s competition

Annekin Hetman He crossed the finish line in 25:14:07, placing seventh out of 166 runners. This was the seventh top-ten finish of Hetman’s career and his second consecutive top-ten finish.

• Hot man Collins Yego He was the next Aggie to cross the finish line. He finished 37th in 26:28:3.
• Yego was a pair to follow And Micah and Dylan Sanchez. He finished 61st in 28:00.45, while Sanchez finished 63rd in 28:07:00.
Nick Allred Officially, he finished 69th with a time of 28:16.0
Nick Ortiz He crossed in 28:25:44, 73rd
Diego Logan-Behshad The 85th recording was placed at 29:03:56
• Zach Wilcox finished 88th in 29:13.7
Christian Barreto He crossed the line in 29:34.15

Women’s competition

Richelle Sandin He finished the race in 22:27:90. For the second consecutive week, she finished in the top ten of the runners at the meet.

Kayla O’Connell He completed the top-25 crossing the finish line in 23:30:30.
• A native of El Paso; Vanessa Grace He crossed the line at 24:19:80, 32nd
• It was ranked 37th. My Reagan It comes in at 24:28.20
• Another El Paso native; Jordan TorresHe finished 41st with a time of 24:41:70.
Leah Clarke He ran 25:05:60 and placed 47th.
Angela Korte He clocked in at 26:40:80, 70th.

Results of the men’s team

  1. New Mexico – 37
  2. Oklahoma – 71
  3. Texas Tech – 76
  4. West Texas A&M – 101
  5. UTEP – 105
  6. Western New Mexico – 130
  7. NM State – 188
  8. Lubbock Christian – 247
  9. Ranger – 285
  10. Amarillo College – 295
  11. West Texas College – 302
  12. UT-Permian Basin – 310
  13. Sul Ross State – 408

Women’s team results

  1. Oklahoma – 41
  2. West Texas A&M – 72
  3. Bayer – 75
  4. Texas Tech – 92
  5. NM State – 140
  6. New Mexico – 167
  7. Lubbock Christian – 192
  8. UTEP – 202
  9. Western New Mexico – 236
  10. Eastern New Mexico – 257
  11. Amarillo College – 296
  12. UT-Permian Basin – 328
  13. Sul Ross State – 405


“This course was definitely a tough course, but I believe it will be to our advantage compared to other teams. We train in different places that help us in times like this. Personally, I like the hills and I really have to grind. I was patient early on and kept the pace to the middle until the end of the race. I managed to knock out a few people in the race. Thanks for the support, Aggie Nation!”

What comes next

• The NM State M/W cross country teams will be back in two weeks when they head to Tucson, Ariz. for the Dave Murray Invitational at the University of Arizona. That meeting is scheduled for Friday, September 30. After that, the Aggies will have just one more meet before heading to Texas for the WAC championships on Oct. 29.

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