Teams: Men's Cross Country: Schedule & Results
SECOND SEVEN TAKE 10TH PLACE AT ECAC CHAMPIONSHIP RACE
COLLEGE MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS
At Williamstown, MA
Saturday, November 3, 2007
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Running their second seven, as is tradition at
this race, the Tufts men's cross country team placed 10th out of 37
schools competing at the 2007 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC)
Championship hosted by Williams College.
On an eight-kilometer course at Mount Greylock High School, the
Jumbos were led by freshman Jerzy Eisenberg-Guyot (Brookline, MA),
who had a finishing time of 27 minutes, 38 seconds for 36th place
overall. The Jumbos also got a top 50 performance (265 runners
overall) from freshman Jeff Ragazzini (Wilton, CT) in 48th
place at 27:51.
Senior Matt Alander (Hamden, CT) scored third for Tufts,
running 60th overall with a 28:06 time. In 70th place overall came
sophomore Ryan Lena (Orono, ME) by crossing the finish line
in 28:15. The fifth and final Tufts scorer was Andrew Bellet
(Wynnewood, PA) in 86th place (28:34).
Tufts' score of 286 was firmly entrenched in 10th place. Host
Williams College won the ECAC title with 45 points. Wayne Hooper
from St. Vincent in Pennsylvania won the individual championship
with a 26:14 time.