Men's cross country takes fourth in Wyoming

By Doug Fitzgerald published September 2, 2005

Aaron Rubalcaba-Lopez finished eighth individually to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs menâ€TMs cross country team to a fourth-place finish at the Wyoming Invitational in Laramie, Wyo. on Friday.

Rubalcabaâ€TMs time of 22 minutes, 32.12 seconds was less than five seconds off the pace set by Colorado Stateâ€TMs Rob Watson, who finished seventh.

Mountain Lion senior Bran Winn (22:43.03) took 11th overall, while Jay Luna (23:30.43) took 22nd, Gabe Small (24:00.47) was 26nd, Jason Braun (24:08.90) was 27th.

Colorado State won the team competition with Air Force second and Iowa State third.

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