Cory Logsdon ran two races over the weekend in Birmingham, AL. On Saturday, Cory finished 2nd overall in the Superhero 5K. He crossed the line in 16:20, wearing a superhero cape. The next morning, Cory ran the Mercedes Half Marathon, finishing 13th overall in 1:13:29.
Team Nebraska had several athletes post fast times over the weekend.
Ashley Miller finished 4th in the Special Invite heat of the mile at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invite in Lincoln, NE. Ashley’s time of 4:54.06 broke the previous Team Nebraska mile record of 5:06.79, set by Megan Zavorka in 2011. Colin Morrissey cut a few more seconds of off his 3K time of the season, running 8:34.09 at the Husker Invite. Peter Falcon competed in the 3K at the University of South Dakota Alumni Meet in Vermillion, SD. Peter finished 9th in 9:15.77.
On the roads, Team Nebraska athletes competed in the No Frills 5 Mile racing series. Justin Mollak ran 26:35, while Casey Kear and Brett Rosauer finished in 27:42 and 28:45, respectively. Both Justin and Casey improved their times from a couple weeks ago. For the women, Barb Wehde ran 35:33, while Anne Medeiros crossed the line in 47:27. Barb improved her time by 3 seconds while Anne took off 8 seconds from a couple of weeks ago.
Kelly Crawford competed in the USA Masters Half Marathon Championships in Melbourne, FL. Kelly finished as the 15th Masters male, with a time of 1:24:28 in humid conditions.
Several athletes competed in the Buena Vista University Invite in Storm Lake, IA. Peter Falcon and Cory Logsdon ran 15:50.93 and 15:51.53, respectively, in the 5K. Casey Kear was not far behind, finishing in 15:59. Matt Heesch was Team Nebraska’s next runner, finishing in 16:11.70. David Bohlken also ran well, with a time of 16:29.04.
Colin Morrissey competed in the Concordia Classic in Seward, NE. Colin finished 3rd in the 3000 meter run, with a time of 8:47.89. He also placed 3rd in the 5000 meter run, with a time of 15:03.41.
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