ORLANDO - The University of Miami cross country teams each ran well on Friday at the Black & Gold Invitational at the University of Central Florida. The men recorded a season-best second-place finish, while the women placed in sixth to tie their season-best mark.
Junior Sean Pezzulo continued his strong campaign with an overall time of 26:01 to place second in the field. Following Pezzulo were sophomore Jacee Jarnagin (seventh, 26:34), junior Luke Fontaine (ninth, 26:41), freshman Bert Irigoyen (26:56), freshman Kevin Marsh (27:10) and sophomore A.J. Ricketts (27:25).
Continuing her consistent season, junior Lindsi Arrington led the way on the women's side, finishing second with a time of 21:32. Junior Alaine Tate had a strong finish for the Hurricanes as well with a time of 23:03. Following Arrington and Tate were junior Brooke Dovell (24:16), junior Allison Ludwick (25:56), sophomore Julia Koch (25:12), senior Jennifer Estime (25:36) and freshman Kelly Williamson (25:40).
With the regular season now complete, Miami will now focus its attention on preparing for the ACC Championships. The event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 27 in Blacksburg, Va.
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