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2015 Live Results

2015 SEC Cross Country Championship Results

2015 SEC Cross Country Championship - October 30, 2015 (College Station, Texas)
Time (CT) Event
10:00 a.m.  Men's 8K Race
11:00 a.m.  Women's 6K Race
12:00 p.m.  Awards Presentation

2015 SEC Cross Country Championships (College Station, Texas - October 30, 2015)

Men's Team Results:
1. Arkansas (25)
2. Texas A&M (98)
3. Ole Miss (122)
4. Kentucky (129)
5. Georgia (142)
6. Missouri (146)
7. Florida (170)
8. Auburn (198)
9. Alabama (203)
10. Mississippi State (280)
11. Tennessee (301)
12. LSU (322)
13. Vanderbilt (391)

Women's Team Results:
1. Arkansas (38);
2. Mississippi State (95)
3. Vanderbilt (112)
4. Alabama (143)
5. Ole Miss (147)
6. Auburn (164)
7. Florida (183)
8. Missouri (228)
9. Texas A&M (249)
10. Georgia (267)
11. Tennessee (296)
12. Kentucky (297)
13. South Carolina (352)
14. LSU (436)

Men's Top-10 Finishers: 
1. Antibahs Kosgei, Alabama (23:24.2)
2. Christian Heymsfield, Arkansas (23:25.2)
3. Frankline Tonui, Arkansas (23:32.5)
4. Jacob Thomson, Kentucky (23:34.5)
5. Alex George, Arkansas (23:36.2)
6. Austen Dalquist, Arkansas (23:36.2)
7. Jimmy Clark, Florida (23:42.6)
8. Cameron Villarreal, Texas A&M (23:43.6)
9. Gabe Gonzales, Arkansas (23:47.6)
10. Jack Bruce, Arkansas (23:49.0)

Women's Top-10 Finishers
1. Dominique Scott, Arkansas (19:23.6)
2. Chelsea Blaase, Tennessee (19:40.9)
3. Caroline Pietrzyk, Vanderbilt (19:54.1)
4. Brenda Kigen, Auburn (19:58.2)
5. Karis Jochen, Texas A&M (19:59.2)
6. Kaitlin Flattmann, Arkansas (20:00.7)
7. Katelyn Greenleaf, Alabama (20:06.9)
8. Devin Clark, Arkansas (20:12.8)
9. Marta Freitas, Mississippi State (20:14.3)
10. Mary Alex England, Ole Miss (20:19.5)

Men's First-Team All-SEC
Antibahs Kosgei, Alabama
Christian Heymsfield, Arkansas
Frankline Tonui, Arkansas
Jacob Thomson, Kentucky
Alex George, Arkansas
Austen Dalquist, Arkansas
Jimmy Clark, Florida

Men's Second-Team All-SEC
Cameron Villarreal, Texas A&M
Gabe Gonzales, Arkansas
Jack Bruce, Arkansas
Eddie Garcia, Florida
Zack Sims, Georgia
Alex Riba, Texas A&M
Austin Wells, Texas A&M

Men's SEC All-Freshman Team
Dajour Braxton, LSU
Reilly Shaw, Auburn
Ben Young, Kentucky
Brandon Harvey, Ole Miss
Jack Guyton, Florida
Zach Long, Tennessee
Cameron Griffith, Florida

Women's First-Team All-SEC
Dominique Scott, Arkansas
Chelsea Blaase, Tennessee
Caroline Pietrzyk, Vanderbilt
Brenda Kigen, Auburn
Karis Jochen, Texas A&M
Kaitlin Flattmann, Arkansas
Katelyn Greenleaf, Alabama

Women's Second-Team All-SEC
Devin Clark, Arkansas
Marta Freitas, Mississippi State
Mary Alex England, Ole Miss
Valerie Reina, Arkansas
Regan Ward, Arkansas
Kelsey Schrader, Arkansas
Karissa Schweizer, Missouri

Women's SEC All-Freshman Team
Caroline Pietrzyk, Vanderbilt
Brenda Kigen, Auburn
Devin Clark, Arkansas
Maria Larsen, Florida
Rachael Reddy, Alabama
Sydney Brown, Arkansas
Elisabeth Bergh, Florida

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