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Nelson Leads Men To Key Top-10 Finish At Wisconsin

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MADISON, Wisc. – Another banner day for senior Aaron Nelson at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational was made all the better this time around, as the rest of the Huskies ran strong behind Nelson’s outstanding third-place finish, to give the 25th-ranked UW men an eighth-place team finish in the strongest and deepest field of the year. The 14th-ranked Husky women’s team finished 13th overall, placing ahead of nine top-30 teams but behind 12 more, with junior Maddie Meyers leading the way in 40th.

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New Women’s Master Record Set at the GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon

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(Victoria, BC – October 12, 2014) Calm, cool and cloudy conditions greeted nearly 10,000 runners today in the 35th Annual GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon. Although no overall course records were broken, a new Women’s Masters record was set by the Women’s Winner – Lioudmila Kortchaguina. The men’s race was won by Daniel Kipkoech who had a seven minute lead at the finish line. The Marathon had 1,900 registrants, the Half Marathon: 4,499, the 8K Road Race: 2,724 and the Thrifty Foods Kids Run: 859, for a total of 9,982.

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Washington Invite A Hit As Dawgs Run Well

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SEATTLE – For the inaugural Washington Invitational, the Huskies put together one of the best fields to be found in the country this year, and hosted an event worthy of the teams in attendance. Fans saw Jefferson Park Golf Course turned into a perfect setting for cross country on a warm fall day, and the Huskies took a step in the right direction on both the men’s and women’s sides.

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Washington Invite Brings Big-Time Field To Seattle

Written by Mason Kelley, GoHuskies.com.

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When Washington traveled to Eugene, Ore. last season for the Bill Dellinger Invitational, coach Greg Metcalf had an idea: “We should host our own meet.”

The Huskies host the annual Sundodger Invitational, but it is always scheduled before the official start of the “team point scoring” season. Metcalf wanted to create an event where top teams from across the country could congregate in Seattle.