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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana travels to South Bend, Ind., for the 50th running of the Notre Dame Invitational on Friday, Sept. 30. IU will be in the women's blue division with race time slated for 4:15 p.m. There will be 24 teams in the Hoosiers' division including Butler, Illinois, Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Purdue and Wisconsin.
INDIANA FINISHES 15TH AT GRIAK INVITATIONAL
The No. 22 Hoosiers traveled to Minneapolis, Minn., and Les Bolstad Golf Course for the 20th-annual Roy Griak Invitational on Sept. 24. IU finished 15th in a competitive field that included 31 teams and 287 runners from across the country. All-American senior Jessica Gall finished first for the Hoosiers and 35th overall with a time of 22:03.
IU TAKES HOME INDIANA INTERCOLLEGIATES TITLE
Paced by a strong effort from freshman Wendi Robinson, the Hoosiers won the Intercollegiates for the second time in three years. Robinson, finished the 5K race in 18:16 to earn fifth place overall. Indiana pulled out the victory, despite the absence of junior All-American Jessica Gall.
RETURNING ALL AMERICAN
Junior Jessica Gall headlines the returning letterwinners for Indiana. Gall became just the eighth female runner in school history to earn All-American honors during the cross country season when she finished in 18th place at NCAA's.
BACK HOME AGAIN IN INDIANA
The Hoosiers have a travel friendly schedule this season, leaving the state
only three times. The team will travel to Minneapolis, Minn once during
the regular season and once for the Big Ten Championships, and will take a
trip to Chicago for the Loyola Lakefront Invitational.
This year's squad is loaded with talent from across Indiana with nine runners hailing from the Hoosier state. That number also includes two Bloomington natives, sophomore Maura Ratcliff (South) and freshman Lydia Serfling (North).
The Hoosiers prepare for the most important part of the season as they head to Terre Haute, Ind., and the Indiana State campus for Pre-NCAAs on Saturday, Oct. 15. Race time is set for 11 a.m.