Men's cross country opens season vs. UNH, Providence
DURHAM, N.H. – The Holy Cross men’s cross country team placed third at its season opener in a tri-meet with the University of New Hampshire and Providence College on Saturday, Aug. 31.
The Crusaders finished with 85 points, behind first-place Providence (19 points) and second-place New Hampshire (44 points).
- Sophomore Corey Kumamoto led Holy Cross on the five-kilometer course, placing 18th in 16:03.70.
- Sophomore Karter Seitz was 19th, running a time of 16:04.99.
- Freshman Liam Christman placed 20th in his first collegiate race, running a time of 16:05.09.
- Senior Bobby Tuzzio placed 22nd in 16:07.48.
- Freshman Kyle VanDermark placed 26th, running a time of 16:11.64 in his collegiate debut.
- Sophomore Joseph Leland was 30th in a time of 16:15.80.
- Sophomore Andrew Corbett (16:36.09) and senior Alex Campagna (16:36.50) finished back-to-back in 35th and 36th place.
- Sophomore Kane Breuer was 40th, running a time of 16:46.95; he was followed closely by senior Jackson Skelley (41st, 16:54.29) and freshman Jack Welch (42nd, 17:25.09).
- Freshman Gray Nichols (17:43.21), sophomore Connor McNerney (17:52.14), senior Chris Shakespeare (17:55.50) and freshman Michael O’Brien (18:08.82) finished in 44th through 47th place.
- Holy Cross will compete at the Nassaney Invitational, hosted by Bryant University, on Saturday, September 7.