The Nebraska men's cross country team used balance to win the team title at the Augustana Twilight meet Friday in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Ryan Martins led the Huskers with a 10th-place finish in 19 minutes, 26 seconds as the NU won with 69 points, 35 better than Augustana. Nebraska-Kearney was fifth and Doane 10th.
Jordan De Spong finished 12th for the Huskers, Mark Freyhof was 13th and Ryan Kennedy 15th.
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The Nebraska women finished second.
South Dakota won the women's competition with 40 points; Nebraska had 67 points, Nebraska-Kearney was fourth with 148, Omaha sixth with 179 and Concordia eighth with 224 in the 25-team field.
Erika Freyhof led the Huskers, placing third in 17:01, just ahead of Omaha's Emily Johnson. Nebraska's Judi Jones was fifth and Elsa Forsberg placed ninth.