Men’s cross country takes sixth at Jack Saint Clair Memorial Championship

Men’s cross country takes sixth at Jack Saint Clair Memorial Championship

PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia University men's cross country team took sixth place at the Eighth Annual Jack Saint Clair Memorial Championship held Saturday afternoon at Belmont Plateau.

Aidan Cusick (Castle Pines, Colo./Valor Christian) won the fastest runner for the Rams, who scored 199 points, with an 8-kilometer time of 29 minutes, 19.5 seconds to come in 12th. Cusick—the team's first runner for the second time this season—was 10th among scoring runners.

Ethan Fadale (Selinsgrove, Pa./Selinsgrove) crossed the finish line with a time of 30:14.5 to take 31st place. Jake Wong (Philadelphia, Pa./Central) was 49th with a time of 31:21.6.

Eric Przyuski (Audubon, Pa./Methacton) posted a time of 31:53.5 to finish 58th, while Shane Fleming (King of Prussia, Pa./Upper Merion) rounded out the lineup with the 82nd place time of 33:55.4

Wilmington University won the team title with a score of 55 points. Temple (88 points) was second and Goldey-Beacom (90) claimed third.

Dominican College's Booray Adam Nour claimed the individual championship with a time of 27:30.4.

Philadelphia returns to Belmont Plateau to compete in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference championship on Sunday, Oct. 25 at 9 a.m. The Rams are the defending conference champion.

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