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Men's Cross Country has four all-region, takes fourth place in Iowa

Photos by: BJ Pickard/ Emily Carr
Photos by: BJ Pickard/ Emily Carr

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Race results

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No. 25-ranked St. Thomas Men's Cross Country placed fourth of 28 teams at Saturday's NCAA regional race in Waverly, Iowa.

The Tommies will await Sunday's late-morning announcement of the final 16 at-large teams for the Nov. 23 NCAA Championship race in Louisville. Coach Pete Wareham's team received an at-large bid in 2018.

Seniors Karl Wachter (25:43) and George McGivern (26:04) placed sixth and 15th in the field of 201 runners. They were joined on the All-Regon team (top 35) by freshman Zach Haire (32nd, 26:20) and sophomore Beil Wiel (33rd, 26:20).

Carl Kozlowski (43rd, 26:34), Keegan Sansone (60th, 26:56) and Collin Kiley (85th, 27:31) rounded out the Tommie runners. 

Carleton (52) edged Wartburg (56) for first place, and both locked up spots to nationals. St. Olaf (108), St. Thomas (129), Luther (152) and Loras (189) had the 3-4-5-6 team finishes.