Men’s Cross Country Places 27th at NCAA Regionals

Chris Baldwin led Scranton with a 120th place finish on Saturday at the NCAA Mideast Regional Championships.
Chris Baldwin led Scranton with a 120th place finish on Saturday at the NCAA Mideast Regional Championships.
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Baldwin
Jack
Patwell

 

Results

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. – The University of Scranton men's cross country team finished 27th on Saturday at the NCAA Mideast Regional Championships hosted by DeSales.  The Royals totaled 713 points in the 8K race which featured 52 teams from the region.

Junior Chris Baldwin (Far Rockaway, N.Y./Kellenberg Memorial) paced Scranton on the day by completing the course in 28:34 to place 120th in the field while sophomore Jack Patwell (East Greenbush, N.Y./Columbia) clocked in at 28:49 to bring home a 140th place finish.

Four freshman went on to round out Scranton's finishers on the day.

John Thomas Clark (Royersford, Pa./Spring-Ford) crossed the finish line in 28:52 to place 146th overall and Shane McKeon (Royersford, Pa./Pope John Paul II) ran a time of 28:54, good for 151st place.

Sean Connolly (Danbury, Conn./Immaculate H.S.) checked in at 28:58 to finish 156th in the field while Daniel Gavin (Scranton, Pa./Scranton) took 221st place with a time of 30:09.

Carnegie Mellon won the regional championship with 76 points on the day to claim the title ahead of Haverford, who finished as the runner-up with 84 points.

--ROYALS--