McCloskey Paces #9 UCCS at Metro State Invitational
DENVER, Colo. - Kyle McCloskey led a group of four University of Colorado Colorado Springs runners with 28 minutes and 46 seconds on the eight-kilometer course at the Metro State Invitational this morning in Denver's Washington Park. The race was the final meet for UCCS before the RMAC Championships in two weeks at Monument Valley Park.
McCloskey finished No. 42 overall and led three Mountain Lions who finished within a span of 30 seconds. Ryder Tam finished in 29:06 ahead of Carson Aberle's time of 29:14 and placed No. 49 and No. 52, respectively. Anthony Davis closed out the UCCS runners with 31:33 on the course.
Up Next: The Mountain Lions host the RMAC Championships for the first time in program history in two weeks at Monument Valley Park in downtown Colorado Springs. The championships will take place with the Colorado USATF Championships and the RMAC Open Race during the morning.
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