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Concordia runner gains all-American designation
The men's cross country team this year included the first Cobber to achieve all-American designation by his performance in the NCAA Division III cross country meet.
John Mutschelknaus, a senior from Sioux Falls, S.D., ran the national meet in a time of 24:49.6, which placed him 23rd. The first 25 finishers are given the title all-American.
At the St. John's Invitational he finished fourth and Rick Brandl, a junior from Flushing, N.Y., finished 19th in a field of 200 runners. Mutschelknaus won the Bemidji State Invitational, setting a record for the five-mile course of 24:34. Brandl finished seventh with what was the winning time the previous year. In the conference meet, the Cobbers made their best showmg ever with a fourth-place finish. The team came in eighth of 20 at the regional competition in Rock Island, Ill. There Mutschelknaus finished sixth, which qualified him for the NCAA Division Ill event.
Greg O’Brian, Tom Schlotterbock, Kevin Mears, Andy Olsen, Kevin
Benson, and Ron Noyce John Mutschelknaus, Rick Brandl,
St. John’s Invitational: 8th place
Dragon Invitational: 7th place
Bemidji State Invitational: 5th place
UND Triangular: 3rd place
MIAC Conference Meet: 4th place
Midwest Regional Championship: 8th place
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