Susan Tanui and Dylan Anthony picked up individual victories for the second straight weekend Saturday to lead the UAA cross country team to a sweep of the team titles at the Chaminade Invitational in Hawaii.
Tanui led a parade of six straight Seawolves across the finish line, giving UAA a perfect team score of 15. Joyce Kipchumba was second, followed by Susan Bick, Christi Schmitz, Bryn Haebe and Ivy O'Guinn.
Jessica Pahkala added an eighth-place finish for UAA, although her and O'Guinn's finishes didn't contribute to the team score, which is based on a team's top five finishers. Times were not available.
Anthony was one of seven UAA men in the top 10, helping the Seawolves to the men's victory with 23 points. Isaac Kangogo placed third, Victor Samoei and Michael Mendenhall finished 5-6 and Philip Messina, Andrey Ionashku and Dominik Notz finished 8-9-10.
BYU-Hawaii finished second among women with 58 points, and Hawaii Pacific was second among men with 57.
After two weekends of competition in Hawaii, the Seawolves return to don't compete again until the Oct. 5 Willamette Invitational in Salem, Ore.