Men's cross country competes at New England Championship
BOSTON – The Holy Cross men’s cross country team placed 14th out of 25 teams at the New England Championship on Saturday, Oct. 12.
The Crusaders finished with a total of 332 points. Providence ran away with the overall team title, finishing with 42 points.
- Sophomore Karter Seitz was the top finisher for Holy Cross in 42nd place, running an eight-kilometer time of 25:54.2.
- Sophomore Joseph Leland was 61st, running a time of 26:09.4.
- Sophomore Andrew Corbett came in 71st, clocking in at 26:23.3.
- Senior Bobby Tuzzio was close behind at 26:23.6, finishing in 72nd.
- Freshman Liam Christman placed 86th in a time of 26:35.9.
- Senior Alex Campagna finished 110th, running a time of 26:54.1.
- Sophomore Corey Kumamoto was 119th in a time of 27:06.3.
- Senior Jackson Skelley led the Crusaders in the sub-varsity race, placing 32nd in a time of 27:38.0.
- Junior Joe Doerr placed 35th in a time of 27:43.1.
- Sophomore Kane Breuer ran a time of 27:46.5 to place 38th.
- Freshman Gray Nichols placed 62nd, running a time of 29:04.4.
- Freshman Michael O’Brien (30:06.8) and sophomore Connor McNerney (30:07.4) finished back-to-back in 75th and 76th place.
- The Crusaders will next compete at the Patriot League Championship on Nov. 2 in Hamilton, New York.