Bemidji State women's cross country finishes 20th at Central Regional
The Bemidji State University women's cross country team finished 20th at the NCAA Division II Central Regional with 609 points Saturday at Wayne, Neb.
Adams State won the event with 36 points.
Junior Kristi Buerkle was BSU's top finisher at 105th place with a time of 25:24.9. Other scorers for Bemidji were sophomore Alison Hougen (121st), senior Genna Ironi (122nd), sophomore Kirsten Maras (130th) and freshman Kayla Stursa (131st).
The event was hosted by Wayne State College.
Tali Fredrickson notched 14 kills to go with 24 digs to lead the 14th-ranked Wayne State to a 3-1 NSIC volleyball volleyball win over Bemidji State Saturday night in Wayne.
After Bemidji State won the first set 25-22, Wayne State rallied to win the next three sets 25-23, 25-21 and 25-16.
Wayne State is now 26-6 overall and 14-3 in league play while Bemidji State slips to 10-19 overall and 7-11 in the NSIC.