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STANFORD, Calif – Senior Trey Miller ran the third-fastest 10,000m time in school history on Saturday evening at Stanford’s Payton Jordan Invitational. Miller clocked in with a personal-best time of 29:14.21 to finish 18th in the second section of the stacked event.

Nike/Kimbia’s Chris Solinsky obliterated the American record in the 10k, becoming the first non-African to run under 27 minutes, finishing with a time of 26:59.60. The collegiate record in the event also fell, with Liberty’s Sam Chelanga taking third in 27:08.39 to smash his own record.

Junior Ryan Collins also competed at the meet, completing the 5000m in 14:07.24 to finish 21st in the second section.

The Cavaliers will take this weekend off before splitting up to head to North Carolina or the ECAC/IC4A Championships on May 14-16.

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