Lane's Andy Muha named Male Cross Country Athlete of The Year
Lane freshman Andy Muha, Sunset HS/ Beaverton, OR., turned in a time of 26:47.30 to claim the 2017 Men's Cross Country Title. Muha topped sophomore teammate Michael Martin (26:56.90) by 9 seconds to claim the men's title. The pair had been topping NWAC results all season long while claiming five of the six men's Athlete of the Week awards. Muha's Titans took the team championship edging Spokane 42 to 47.
Lane’s Bill Steyer named NWAC Men’s Cross Country Coach of The Year
Steyer, in his first year at the helm of the Titans, led his Men's Cross Country team to Lane's second straight XC title. Three Titans were named to the NWAC All-American team including the Men's individual NWAC Champion and runner-up.
Muha, Martin lead Lane to NWAC crown
LACEY, Wash. — Lane freshman Andy Muha edged teammate Michael Martin down the stretch for the individual title at the NWAC cross country championships Saturday, and Lane edged Spokane 42-49 for the team title.
Muha finished the 8,000-meter course in 26 minutes, 47.3 seconds, followed by Martin (26:56.9) in second. Lane’s Moises Martinez took seventh (27:43.7).
In the 5,000-meter women’s race, Lane exceeded expectations with Carly Kleefeld taking third in 19:35.2, and the Titans finished third with 84 points behind Spokane (41) and Treasure Valley (45).