LOUISVILLE, Ky. -Katie Breathitt shined once again as the Ole Miss women's and men's cross country teams took part in their third meet of the year on Saturday at the Greater Louisville Classic.
Breathitt, a senior from Lexington, Ky., led the Rebels with an impressive eighth-place finish, completing the 5K course with a time of 17:01.68.
Senior Anne Threlkeld and junior Kayleigh Skinner also had solid finishes, both placing in the top 65 out of 267 runners. Threlkeld came in 60th with a time of 17:42.01, while Skinner finished 65th with a time of 17:46.11.
The Rebel women outdistanced SEC foes Missouri and Auburn in Saturday's meet. Arizona took the women's team crown.
Freshman Seumas O'Reilly was the first of the Ole Miss men to reach the finish line, completing the 8K course with a time of 25:34.57. Max Holman followed with a time of 26:15.75.
Senior Riley Young, freshman Ian Carter, junior Al Lowe and sophomore Loren Newsom also scored points for the Rebels among the race's 255 competitors. Ole Miss placed 30th overall, while Iona captured the men's team title.
Next up for the Rebels is the Crimson Classic on Oct. 13 in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
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