Owl Men Earn 2nd Place, Women 5th at Warner Pacific Invitational
Scott Minor (102) took top honors for Tech, while Darrick Waugh (L) and Kirby Garlitz (R) came away with top-20 finishes at the Warner Pacific Invitational. (photo by Kelly Caleb).
PORTLAND, Ore. – The Oregon Tech men’s team came away with their top finish of the season, after claiming 2nd
place, while Statia Smith placed in the top-10 for the Oregon Tech women at the 10th
Annual Warner Pacific Open “Day of Cross Country” at Westmoreland Park.
Oregon Tech’s Scott Minor earned top honors for the Owl men with a 9th place finish. Minor cruised through the 8K with a time of 25:58. Kirby Garlitz and Darrick Waugh rounded out a top-20 performance for Tech, with Garlitz crossing in 18th (26:27) and Waugh in 20th (26:36). Warner Pacific defended their home course with a low score of 42, followed by the Owls with 58. The individual title went to Aiden Irish of the University of Portland, who clocked a time of 25:01.
Statia Smith (92) finished in 9th, while teammate Katie Waugh followed up with a 12th place finish at the Warner Pacific Invitational on Saturday. (photo by Kelly Caleb).
For the Oregon Tech women, Statia Smith placed 9th
with a time of 19:30 in the 5K run, followed closely by teammate Katie Waugh in 12th
(19:42). Amanda McMillan finished 19th
with a time of 19:57 to round out the top-20. The NCU women swept the top three spots on their way to a low team score of 33. Brittany Arch won the individual title for the Beacons in 18:12.
The University of Portland and Corban University tied for 2nd place, each team with 74 points. They were followed by Pacific (Ore.) (92 points), Oregon Tech (99 points), Evergreen State (162 points), and host Warner Pacific (175 points).
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