The Berea College cross country team put together an impressive performance on Saturday at the NCAA Division III National Championship in Oshkosh, Wisc.

The Mountaineers had two runners finish in the top 70 runners and finished 24th as a team.

Berea had 597 points.

Logan McKenzie led the way for Berea. The junior had a time of 25:09.0 on a cold, snowy day and took 53rd place.

Junior Tanner Carson cleared the 8K course in 25:20.0 and finished 61st.

Freshman Tyler Little (26:14.9) was 208th, freshman Sair Salgado (26:18.7) was 216th. Junior Landon Bond (26:48.1) was 250th. Senior Corbin Flege (28:56.7) was 277th and freshman Jonathan West (30:01.4) was 280th.

North Central (Ill.) took the team title with 43 points. Washington University (110 points) was second.

The meet capped a very successful season for the Mountaineers.

On Oct. 28, Berea College rolled to a second-straight USA South Conference championship. The Mountaineers had a near-perfect score of 16 and had five runners place in the top six spots.

Carson took first place, McKenzie was second and Salgado was third.

On Nov. 10, Berea College competed in the NCAA Division III South/Southeast Regional in Rome, Ga.

The Mountaineers placed third as a team, earning them an at-large bid to the national championship.

McKenzie claimed the individual title -- his fourth of the season -- in a field of 239 runners. Carson took fifth place.

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