Little Rock, Ark. – Georgia State’s cross country team won the Little Rock Invitational on Saturday morning in its final tune-up before the conference championship later this month.
Lotte Meyberg was GSU’s top finisher with her best time of 17:50.3, earning third in the final meet of the regular season. Angela Alonso finished sixth with a personal best of 18:12.3 and Nuria Ramirez was not far behind, completing in eighth place with her personal best (18:23.1).
Freshmen Marine Garnier also competed in the 5K and ended with a personal best (18:34.4).
The Panthers winning score of 53 points was 31 better than second-place Central Arkansas on the Rebsamen Golf Course where the race was run. The rest of the top five included Harding, Little Rock, and Arkansas State.
Georgia State completed the day with four runners in the top-20. The Panthers will compete at the 2018 Sun Belt Championships on Saturday, Oct. 27 in Mobile, Ala.