Kinzer, Janusiak both grab second at Tom Barry Invitational

The Lawrence men's cross country team placed sixth at the Tom Barry Invitational.
The Lawrence men's cross country team placed sixth at the Tom Barry Invitational.

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Lawrence University cross country standouts Hannah Kinzer and Josh Janusiak both finished second on Saturday at the Tom Barry Invitational.

Kinzer recorded her highest finish ever in a cross country event and took the runner-up spot by covering the 5,000-meter course at Colburn Park in 19:30.1. St. Scholastica's Casey Hovland won the individual title in 17:59.6.

Led by Kinzer, the Vikings took fourth in the team standings with 110 points. The rest of Lawrence's scorers were tightly bunched as Erin Schrobilgen took 21st in 20:47.0, Margaret Huck was 25th in 20:59.8, Christina Sedall was 30th in 21:12.0 and Molly Doruska was 32nd in 21:19.3.

Janusiak finished second and covered the four-mile course in 20:28.6, which was good enough to break the course record. Wisconsin Lutheran's Jacob Jodat edged Janusiak and won the title with a time of 20:16.1.

Janusiak led the Vikings to a sixth-place finish in the team standings with 140 points. Joe Kortenhof grabbed 24th for the Vikings in 22:19.9, and rookie Cullen Allard took 36th in 22:56.2. Ben Schaefer was 38th in 23:00.1, and Teddy Kortenhof rounded out the scoring by taking 40th in 23:02.2.

Lawrence is back in action on Sept. 9 when the Vikings travel to the Ken Weidt Classic at Concordia University Wisconsin.