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Bison Women’s Cross Country Takes 12th at NCAA Midwest Regional

COLUMBIA, Mo. – The North Dakota State University women’s cross country team placed 12th at the NCAA Midwest Regional on Friday morning, earning the third-best regional meet finish of the school’s Division I era.

Junior Kaleesa Houston paced the Bison in the six-kilometer race at Gans Creek Cross Country Course, taking 39th place overall in 20:58.1.

The rest of NDSU’s top five was filled out by sophomores. Grace Link was the No. 2 runner, finishing 67th in 21:23.2. Allie Wahlund placed 77th in 21:35.4, Reagan Baesler was 96th in 21:45.7, and Kelby Rinas completed the team scoring in 112th with a time of 21:52.6.

Houston and Link both posted the best regional finishes of their career.

Oklahoma State won the team title.

The NCAA Midwest Regional completes the season for the Summit League champion Bison, who won their fifth conference team title in the past 12 seasons.

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