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Cross country ends regular season, sends three to Utah Valley Open

By James Boehly

The cross country regular season came to an end Friday as the Utes sent three of their runners to the Utah Valley Open.

Of the three runners sent to the 5-kilometer race, Sydney Osmun was the representative for Utah while the other runners, Zoe Roy and Brooke Casagranda, ran unattached. Roy crossed the line first for the Utes, coming in 30th with a time of 20:06.4.

“Zoe did a great job today for only getting to work with us twice a week,” said head coach Kyle Kepler. “She is an excellent competitor and ran hard throughout and was a fighter.”

The next finisher for the Utes was Osmun, who came in 47th overall with a finishing time of 20:52.7. The final runner to finish for the Utes was Casagranda. In her first collegiate race, Casagranda finished 65th with a time of 22:54.3.

“This race went well for us,” Kepler said. “We used it to give our kids a chance to race that haven’t gotten a lot of experience this year or are still working back from injuries.”

Next up, the Utes will head to Terre Haute, Ind., for the NCAA Pre-Nationals on Oct. 18.

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