Ostrander helps Boise State cross-country team assert itself on national stage
A week after capturing a world championship, Soldotna runner Allie Ostrander helped Boise State make a statement on a national stage.
Ostrander, running the 6-kilometer distance for the first time as a collegian, claimed second place at Saturday's Roy Griak Invitational to help the Broncos win the women's team title with the fifth-lowest score in the 30-year history of the Minneapolis cross-country meet.
A freshman who last weekend won the junior women's title at the World Mountain Running Championships, Ostrander finished in 21 minutes, 9.4 seconds. She was 15 seconds off the pace set by... read more
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