CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - King College's Spencer Frantom posted a Top-10 run Friday at the Cavalier Open.
Frantom (Morristown, Tenn.) used a time of 25 minutes and 53.92 seconds to finish 10th. He was six seconds off his season best at the 8,000-meter course.
Naseem Haje (Hagerstown, Md.) followed with a 26:07.79 in 12th place.
Daniel Hamilton (Franklin, N.C.) needed 27:27.66 to finish the race. Justin Humphreys (Bristol, Tenn.) posted a time of 28:26.29.
Mykal Miller (Church Hill, Tenn.) crossed the finish line at the 28:27.70 mark which was a personal best for the junior by 42 seconds.
Virginia's Brett Johnson won with a time of 24:58.76.
A group of 44 runners from Virginia, James Madison, Liberty, Virginia Commonwealth, George Mason and Salem International along with a host of unattached runners competed in the event.
Next for the Tornado will be the NCAA Division II Southeast Region Championship on Nov. 20 in Charlotte, N.C. King ran on the same course on Oct. 15 at the Royal Cross Country Challenge.