Cross Country places 3rd in NAC

The Castleton men’s and women’s cross country team finished third at the North Atlantic Conference Championships on Sunday.

For the women, Mariah Eilers finished sixth overall with a time of 23:41. Shannon Park finished close behind in seventh overall with a time of 23:49.

Julija Cubins and Lindsay Rines finished neck-and-neck in 16th and 17th place, with times of 23:45 and 23:46. Teammate Cassie Pinaire wasn’t far behind with a time of 25:02. McKynze Works finished with a time of 26:30. Junior Katie Martin finished with 26:48. Carly Lagasse, Megan O’Brien and Jenna Donovan all finished close together with times of 29:19, 29:21, and 29:31. Meagan Larabee finished wat 31:18. Shelly Audette finished with a time of 31:41. Soon behind was Melissa Orr at 31:52.

On the men’s team, Nohea King finished in 12th with a time of 31:05. Isaac French was shortly behind with a time of 32:06 in 15th place. Steven Hagemann finished 17th with a time of 32:16. Freshmen Cameron Maurer and Evan Prizzi finished in 21st and 27th with times of 32:57 and 33:29. Classmate Matt Woodward finished 30th, registering a 33:54 with JJ Royer close behind with a time of 34:22. Ben Villa finished the day with a 35:10, while Dan Regino finished in 35:21. Andrew Muse finished in 36:06 while George Forbes and Mike Garceau finished in 36:20 and 36:31.

Up next for the Spartans are the ECAC Championships at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass. on Saturday, Nov. 5.


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