Continue reading... " FORT COLLINS, Colo. — University of Colorado redshirt sophomore Zach Perrin recorded his first collegiate victory on Friday night at the Colorado State Invitational, his first cross country meet in a CU uniform since the 2013 NCAA Championship. Perrin led the men’s team, finishing the 5k race in 14 minutes, 43 seconds. Redshirt freshman Ryan Forsyth also finished in the top-five, completing his run in 15:01. Paul Miller, another redshirt freshman, placed 13th overall for the Buffs (15:15). Sophomore Christian Martin was 17th overall (15:20) and junior Nick Harris rounded out CU’s team score at 25th overall (15:27). The Buffs had several harriers race unattached, most notably freshman John Dressel who was second overall in 14:51. The women were led by senior Maddie Alm’s third place finish. She clocked in at 17:39 behind Hannah Everson (Air Force), who won in 17:32. Sophomore Lucy May was ninth overall (17:49) and redshirt freshman Valerie Constien was 10th (17:51). Redshirt sophomore Melanie Nun was just out of the top-10 at 11th (17:58) and sophomore Eryn Blakely was 13th overall (18:04). CU’s women also had a large group competing unattached. The highest unattached CU women’s finisher was Tayler Tuttle, a sophomore transfer from Georgia. She placed fourth in 17:39, just a split second behind Alm. ... "