MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Southeastern Oklahoma State cross country made its longest road trip of the season, faced its largest field and ran its first 6K of 2019 and finished 13th in a 21-team field at the Rhodes Invitational.
Southeastern scored 344 points, just behind Christian Brothers in 12th while Tulsa took the top spot, followed by Cincinnati and Memphis in a race featuring five DI schools.
Rebekah Christman and Skye Summers led Southeastern and finished back-to-back in 55th and 56th, respectively.
Christman turned in a time of 23:21.3 while Summers was just four seconds behind in 23:25.6.
Regan Ramos was next with a time of 24:32.0, good for 84th place.
Jacy Springer clocked a time of 25:13.9 to finish 105th while Megan Rose followed in 26:09.5 to finish 120th.
Bailey Pritchett crossed in 28:51.3 for 157th place.
Southeastern will be back in action Friday at the Northwestern Oklahoma State Invitational.