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.