Ghena finished fourth earning All-MAC honors for the first time in his career in the men’s 8k race in 25:10.7, to lead the Chippewas to a third-place finish with 104 team points.
"They did everything they needed to solidify a top-three finish," associate head coach Matt Kaczor said. "I thought the guys did a nice job of battling, fighting and digging in there to get that third place."
Eastern Michigan took the team title with 42 points.
Nousain also earned All-MAC honors for the first time in his career with a seventh-place finish in 25:14.34 for first-team honors.
"Nate and Spencer had a phenomenal race being first team all-conference with fourth and seventh place finishes," Kaczor said.
Junior Ethan Lievense finished 17th overall in 25:45.06 while freshman Sean Kelly (33rd) and sophomore Scott Monte (43rd) finished 26:06.78 and 26:21.58 respectively to round out the scoring line-up for CMU.
The Chippewas continue their season with the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championships on Friday, Nov. 15, at Madison, Wisc. where they will try to qualify for the NCAA Championships.