Lawrence University’s Curran Carlile and Clare Bruning were the individual winners on Saturday at the Gene Davis Invitational at Reid Golf Course.
Carlile raced to the victory on the 8,000-meter course in 26:25.40 and led Lawrence to the team title. The Vikings swept the top four places with Sam Stevens in second (26:26.91), Kyle Dockery in third (26:43.17) and Jonah Laursen in fourth (26:51.33). Dan Thoresen rounded out the scoring by taking 13th in 27:35.47.
Lawrence won the men’s team title with 23 points. UW-Stevens Point was second with 42 and UW-Oshkosh was third with 65.
Bruning won her first collegiate title as she covered the 6,000 meters in 23:29.40, which was nearly a minute faster than the second-place finisher. Bruning led the Vikings to second place in the team standings with 39 points.
Katherine Dannecker grabbed fifth for the Vikings in 25:04.06. Liz Landes (26:02.60), Anna Ratliff (26:05.21) and Haedyn Smith (26:14.44) rounded out the scoring for Lawrence by finishing 10th through 12th, respectively.
UW-Stevens Point won the women’s team title with 22 points.