Release: November 21, 2009
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cross country competes ECAC/IC4A Championships
BRONX, N.Y.-- Freshman Rachel
Miura was 12th in the women's ECAC University Race, highlighting
Binghamton's performance at the ECAC/IC4A meet on Saturday. The
women were fourth out of 20 teams in the ECAC meet while the
men were 7th out of 24 teams in the IC4A competition.
Miura, who earned America East All-Conference honors three weeks
ago, covered the 5,000-meter course in a time of 18:28. Junior
Finger was 23rd (18:54), freshman Linsday
Raulli was 31st (19:04), junior Shannon
Finnegan was 34th (19:10) and junior Paulina
Nunez was 34th (19:32).
Marist won the ECAC team title. There were 192 runners in the
On the men's side, senior Craig Coon was the Bearcats' top finisher
in the IC4A race, placing 26th out of 204 runners. He covered
the 8,000-meter course in a time of 26:36. Senior Chris
Raulli was 41st (26:54), freshman Jason
Santos was 42nd (19:04), sophomore Tyler
Stachecki was 44th (27:03) and freshman Vasili
Papastrat was 45th (19:32).
Temple won the IC4A team title.
On Monday, junior Erik van Ingen competes at the NCAA Championships,
which will be held in Terre Haute, Ind. at noon. The race will
be shown live on Versus.