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Men’s Cross Country Competes at Inter-Regional Border Battle

Photo Courtesy of Geoff Bolte.
Photo Courtesy of Geoff Bolte.

LOGAN TOWNSHIP, N.J. – The Wesleyan Men's Cross Country team competed in the Inter-Regional Border Battle hosted by Rowan University.

Johns Hopkins came in first place overall at the meet with a team score of 80, placing four runners in the top-20. SUNY Geneseo was just five points behind, with their top-two competitors placing second and fourth. The race was won by RPI's Sean O'Connor with a time of 25:00.

HOW IT HAPPENED:

  • Wesleyan placed 23rd out of 42 teams, with a team score of 625.
  • Kevin McMorrow '20 led the Cardinals with a time of 25:56 over the 8k course, placing 51st out of 394 runners.
  • Junior William Bajohr was second for Wesleyan, crossing the finish line with a time of 26:40.
  • Grant van Inwegen '20 and Adam Linsky '20 finished within two seconds of each other, clocking in at 27:07 and 27:09 respectively.
  • Sophomore Matt Frishkoff finished not far behind Inwegen and Linsky, clocking in at 27:20.
  • Freshmen Will Ratner and Miles Aronow rounded out the scorers with times of 27:48 and 28:19 respectively.

UP NEXT:

  • The Cardinals return to action on October 27th when they compete in the 2018 NESCAC Championship hosted by Tufts University.