HONOLULU, Hawaii - BYU-Hawaii men's cross country placed four runners in the top-10 to finish second at the Chaminade Invitational race this Saturday at Kapiolani Park.
Hawaii Pacific University finished first with a total score of 25. The Seasiders accumulated a total of 34 points, with Chaminade coming in third with 76.
Freshman Max Moncur finished first for BYU-Hawaii in second place overall with a time of 27:46. Carston Feigleson was a few seconds behind Moncur crossing in 27:55 to place third. The next Seasiders to finish were Phillip Herrera in seventh place with a time of 28:41 and Evan Stolk in 10th place with a time of 29:23.
The Seasiders will race again at the PacWest Championships October 24th in Riverside, California.