Men’s Cross Country Takes 5th At EC Saints Invitational

Men’s Cross Country Takes 5th At EC Saints Invitational

The men's cross country team notched a fifth place finish at the 20 team Emmanuel Saints Invitational, hosted at Franklin Park on Friday afternoon.  The Wildcats finished the race with 143 team points while Babson notched the first-place finish with 65 points.

Sophomore Adam Sachs (Ellicott City, Md.) once again paced Johnson & Wales, notching a third place finish in a time of 27:16 over the 8K course.  Sophomore Alex Melnick (Port Jervis, N.Y.) recorded a time of 28:00 which was good for a 17th place finish while fellow sophomore Harold Hennesey (Bolton, Conn.) rounded out the top-20 runners for JWU, finishing in a time of 28:04, good for 18th place.  Sophomore Brandon Au (Oxford, Conn.) was in 54th place with a time of 29:33 while freshman David Sherman (Yarmouthport, Mass.) recorded a 59th place finish with a time of 29:41 over the 8k course.

The Wildcats will return to action on Saturday, November 1st when they travel to St. Joseph's of Maine for the 2014 Great Northeast Athletic Conference Championship, starting at 11:00 a.m. 

Team Scores

1. Babson               65

2. Wentworth            69

3. Wheaton              86

4. Norwich              117

5. Johnson & Wales      143

6. Fitchburg State      154

7. Mass. Maritime       181

8. New England College  198

9. Endicott             199

10. Emmanuel            254

11. Lesley              306

12. Regis               350

13. Lasell              396

14. Emerson             405

15. UMass Boston        446

16. Eastern Nazarene    491

17. Suffolk             501

18. Rivier              502

19. Mount Ida           546

20. Mitchell College    552


JWU Runners

3rd        Adam Sachs                27:16

17th      Alex Melnick              28:00

18th      Harold Hennesey        28:04

54th      Brandon Au                29:33

59th      David Sherman           29:41

75th      Josh Letendere            30:07

82nd      Rolando Jiminez         30:33