CMU Women - Anderson Breaks 10,000m Run School Record at Stanford
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Stanford, Calif. - Distance runners for the men's and women's track team competed at the highest level at the Stanford Invitational on Friday and into Saturday morning, EST, led by senior Holly Anderson's new school record in the 10,000m run.
Anderson broke the women's 10,000m run school record with a time of 34:45.70 in the section two heat, good for 26th place overall. The previous school record of 35:23.59 was set in 2010 by current teammate Raeanne Lohner.
This is the second school record Anderson has set this season, following her mark in the indoor 5,000m run during the winter. This is the eighth total school record the Chippewas have broken this season.
In the women's 5,000m run, Lohner finished 24th in the section two heat of the women's 5,000m run with a time of 16:41.51 in her first race for the Chippewas since the 2011 indoor season.
Sophomore Tecumseh Adams finished 26th in the section two heat of the men's 5,000m run in a time of 14:11.22
Also competing in the men's 5,000m run, redshirt freshman Kyle Stacks finished 14th in the section four heat with a career-best time of 14:26.17.
Redshirt freshmen Ben Wynsma and Ethan Lievense finished 15th and 16th in the section three heat of the 3,000m steeplechase in their first career appearances in the event. Wynsma finished in 9:13.23, while Lievense finished in 9:14.50.
Senior Veronica Garcia finished 13th in the section five heat of the 1,500m run in a career-best 4:39.33.
CMU track and field student-athletes are also in action Saturday at the Spartan Invitational in East Lansing. A recap of Saturday's action will be available in the evening.