On the women’s side, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s Allyson Girard posted a time of 21:48.2 and finished 191st. Final Results A year after finishing third on the national stage, the Colorado women claimed the team title with 60 points, followed by reigning champion New Mexico (103) and Pac-12 foe Oregon (160). The Buffs’ Dani Jones earned the top finish with a time of 19:42.8. The Northern Arizona men successfully defending its national title with 83 team points, while host Wisconsin’s Morgan McDonald took the individual crown with a time of 29:08.3. BYU (116) and Portland (160) joined NAU on the podium. He finished 75th with a time of 30:26.4, the best finish and time by a Southland representative since 2012, when McNeese’s David Rooney took seventh with a time of 29:21.3. Fellow Cardinal Jordan Rowe clocked in at 30:57.5, good enough for 134th. MADISON, Wisc. – Battling arctic conditions in the Badger state, Lamar senior Jamie Crowe posted the top finish among three Southland Conference runners that participated in Saturday’s 2018 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships at Wisconsin’s Zimmer Championship Course.
Donally says overall he is proud of Harris’ performance and that they will just have to wait and see how his shoulder will heal before competing in any future fights. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Fort St. John’s Lane Harris and Justin Donally, of Fivestar Boxing Academy, were in Edmonton over the weekend, July 26 to the 28, for the World Kickboxing Association Canadian National Championships.During his time at the Championships, Harris managed to win in the K1 Division and Muay Thai Division. These wins would advance him to the finals.Donally says, during the K1 Finals, Harris was winning the first two rounds but things would change as his shoulder popped out of joint. According to Donally, this isn’t the first time that Harris’ shoulder has popped out.- Advertisement -“He was in the finals for K1. He was in the second round, he was definitely up on the scorecard winning the fight, and he threw a big combination and ended up tied up in a clinch and popped his shoulder out. It’s popped out once before during training and I popped it back in for him.”Despite being able to pop it back in, the ringside doctor made the decision, in the interest of Harris’ well-being, to not allow Harris to finish this fight or compete in the Muay Thai Division.Even though Harris could no longer compete in the Championships, he did manage to bring home two silver medals.Advertisement