Theisen brothers both finish in the top 10 for Black Hills State
The sophomore clocked a 6-kilometer time of 20 minutes, 38.9 seconds to finish fourth out of 35 finishers in the men’s race.
Freshman Jordan Theisen placed seventh in 20:54.1, outkicking a teammate at the line.
Jonah Theisen owns five top-10 finishes in nine career races and qualified for the NCAA D2 championships last season.You could say the Theisen boys were born to run. Their father Bob ran at Bemidji State in Minnesota.
The Theisens weren’t the only brothers from Alaska at the Gage McSpadden Invitational.
Seward’s Michael Marshall of Black Hills State beat his brother Jacob Marshall of Montana State Billings by 25 seconds as both finished in the top 30.