Barlow placed 21st among 188 runners on the 8K course with a time of 27:19.4, 10 seconds faster than last week’s mark for the Lebanon native. Rojas finished 29th overall in 27:42.6, with the duo helping Cumberland to an eighth-place showing as a team among 20 participants.
Juniors Carlos Tirado and Chris Swann were 60th and 63rd, respectively, with times of 28:43.3 and 28:49.9, while freshman Nate Mihnovich placed 66th in 28:53.6 and freshman Titus Williams finished 84th in 29:46.1.
Junior Michael Rogers crossed the finish line in 30:46.9 for 97th, with freshmen Nikita Fopiano and Carlos Angeles-Solis placed 123rd and 156th, respectively, in 31:02.5 and 33:37.5.
Tepox was the top finisher for the women, finishing 53rd in 20:33.1 on the 5K course, while sophomore Amber Mays was 61st in 20:43.9 and junior Taylor Blankenship placed 63rd in 20:45.7.
Sophomore Gavin DuVall was 75th in 21:12.8, with three freshmen behind her – Elaine Park in 84th (21:34.8), Anna Grose in 88th (21:58.9) and Hannah Spring in 96th (22:23.0). Sophomore Michaela Postell placed 143rd in 23:18.2 and freshman Kintana Banks finished 164th in 25:46.7.
After racing three straight weeks, Cumberland will take a week off before competing again Sept. 30 at the Greater Louisville (Ky.) Classic.