Freshman Alex Campagna
Holy Cross Athletics
Holy Cross Athletics
Freshman Alex Campagna

Men's Cross Country Competes At The NCAA Northeast Regional Championship

Holy Cross Athletics   11-11-2016

THE BASICS:

Results: 31st out of 35 Teams (569 points)
Event:
 NCAA Northeast Regional Championship
Location: Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx, N.Y. (Fordham)
Date:  Friday, November 11, 2016
Distance: 10K
The Lead: Sophomore Joseph Prunty finished 149th overall (33:23.70) to lead the Holy Cross men’s cross country team, as the Crusaders finished 31st at the NCAA Northeast Regional at Van Cordtland Park in Bronx, N.Y. on Friday afternoon.

 HOW IT HAPPENED:  

  • Senior captains Henry Dodge and G.Matthew Greco were the next two Holy Cross runners to finish the race, taking 194th (34:12.44) and 202nd (34:23.86), respectively.
  • Right behind the captains was junior Bryan Gallagher, who took the 203rd spot for a time of 34:25.19.
  • Freshman Alex Campagna (222nd; 35:25.35) and junior Bill Christ (224th; 35:31.09) rounded off the top six runners for the Crusaders.
  • No. 5 Syracuse captured the title with 29 points, as five of its runners finished in the top 10, including Justyn Knight, who finished first overall with a time of 30:30.52.

  UP NEXT:

  • Holy Cross returns to Van Cordtland Park and concludes its season on November 19 for the IC4A Championship hosted by Fordham in the Bronx, N.Y.

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