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SOUTH BEND, Ind. In the second, and final, day of the Alex Wilson Invitational inside the Loftus Sports Center on the campus of Notre Dame Saturday, junior Andy Biladeau recorded the third fastest time among ACC competitors in the 3000m, finishing the event in second place with a time of 8:04.30. The time marks the first NCAA provisional qualifying time for Biladeau in the 3,000-meters.

Junior Kevin Tschirhart also competed in the event, finishing seventh with a season-best time of 8:17.23.

Freshman Meikle Paschal finished second in his 400-meter heat in a personal-best time of 48.11 for a seventh place overall finish.

Seniors Jordan Orr and Huma Husain each competed in the 800-meters. Orr finished with a season-best time of 1:51.36, while Husain completed the run in a personal-best time of 2:10.79.

Those Cavaliers with NCAA provisional qualifying marks this season will be at-large candidates for the NCAA Championships next weekend, March 14-15, in Arkansas. The final participation list for the championships will be announced on Monday.

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