Stanford Sweeps Doc Adams Invitational
Oct. 4, 2008
Davis, Calif. - Stanford cross country won both the men's and women's races at the Doc Adams Open on Saturday morning. Despite the Cardinal running just five athletes per squad, Stanford still managed two meet victories.
The women finished with 27 points to top Sacramento State, who finished second with 30 points. The men finished with 51 points to top second-place UC Davis who had 58 points.
The women were led by Kate Niehaus who captured the individual meet title. Niehaus won the meet with a 6,000-meter time of 21:50.50. Niehaus, who was a member of last season's national championship team, was making her season debut.
Finishing second and third overall were Madeleine O'Meara and Madeline Duhon. O'Meara finished with a time of 22:06.90, while Duhon finished with a time of 22:08.30 to help the Cardinal sweep the top three spots.
The men were led by Chris Mocko who finished second overall with an 8,000-meter time of 25:17.80. Right behind Mocko were Jacob Evans who finished third with a time of 25:31.30 and Hari Mix who finished fourth with a time of 25:31.60.
Finishing seventh overall for Stanford was J.T. Sullivan with a time of 25:37.50.
Rounding out the five scoring members was Justin Reed who finished 39th with a time of 28:27.10.
The Cardinal will next compete on Saturday, Oct. 18 when the 'A' squad will compete at the NCAA Pre-Nationals in Terre Haute, Ind. The 'B' team will compete at the Bronco Invitational in Santa Clara, Calif.