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Both cross country teams win NE10s

Jaylen Carr – Editor-in-Chief

The men’s and women’s cross-country teams won first place at the NE-10 championships. For the women, this is their first NE-10 championship in program history and the second straight conference championship for the men.  

On the women’s side, five runners finished in the top 20 and had 54 points to get the win. Briana Grecco, a junior, finished sixth overall at 22:36.70 and received First Team All-Conference. 

Courtney Henchcliffe a sophomore, and Megan Whitnell, junior both finished in the top ten for the Owls.  

On the men’s side Jonathan Volpe, a junior, finished second overall with a time of 25:11.80 and also made First Team All-Conference along with Jeremy Rivera, a sophomore and Owen Gagne, a junior. The men’s team had seven runners finish in the top 20 and five runners finish in the top 15. The men’s team scored 31 points to win.  

The event took place at Stanley Park in Westfield, Massachusetts. The university became the third school since 2000 to have both the men’s and women’s teams capture the NE10 title in the same season, according to the athletic website.  

Final Team Men’s Results: 

  1. Southern Connecticut: 31 points 
  1. Franklin Pierce: 70 points 
  1. Adelphi: 133 points 
  1. Bentley: 136 points 
  1. Assumption: 142 points 
  1. Southern New Hampshire: 167 points 
  1. New Haven: 173 points 
  1. St. Michael’s: 193 points 
  1. St. Anselm: 196 points 
  1. American International: 247 points 
  1. Saint Rose: 351 points 
  1. Pace: 368 points 

Final Team Women’s Results: 

Southern Connecticut: 54 points 

Adelphi: 65 points 

St. Michael’s: 86 points 

Southern New Hampshire: 87 points 

St. Anselm: 97 points 

Bentley: 131 points 

Assumption: 229 points 

Franklin Pierce: 234 points 

Saint Rose: 270 points 

New Haven: 272 points 

Pace: 283 points 

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