Men’s cross country eleventh at regionals | Central Michigan Life
The CMU men’s cross country team will send no runners to the NCAA Championships despite an improved showing Saturday at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional meet.

CMU placed 11th out of 30 teams, scoring 262 points — an improvement over last year’s 14th-place finish — and had one of the best finishes for the program in several years.

The meet in Bloomington, Ind., was a 10K, a longer race compared to the standard 8K the team ran for much of the season.

The Chippewas were led for the final time by senior Riak Mabil, who finished 36th with a time of 32 minutes, six seconds. Mabil finished first on the team in every race he competed in this year. He also earned first-team All-Mid-American Conference honors at the MAC Championships on Oct. 31.

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