Men's Cross Country Runs to Fourth at Tufts Invitational
Sept. 25 2004 – Springfield College sophomore Tetsuji Kambara (Osaka, Japan)
placed 14th in a very good field of 132 runners to lift the Pride to a fourth-place finish at the Tufts Invitational on Saturday.
Kambara, who is emerging as one of New England’s top runners, completed the five-mile course in 27:24.
Sophomore Patt Gann (Guilford, Conn.)
, junior Scott Barton (Fort Plain, N.Y.)
, senior Steve Wilson (West Hartford, Conn.)
and senior Pat DeRocco (Utica, N.Y.)
worked as a pack together to finish within 15 seconds of each other. Gann was the second SC runner to cover the five-mile course (31st/28:14), followed by Barton (33rd/28:22), Wilson (35th/28:24) and DeRocco (38th/28:29).
The next meet for the Pride is the New England Championships, October 8 in Boston.
Head Coach Bryan Brown
Bryan Brown will enter his third season as the head men's cross country coach in the fall of 2013. Brown, who was a former All-American at Springfield College in track, is the reigning NEWMAC Coach of the Year after leading Springfield to its second-straight second-place finish at the conference championships a year ago .
Contact Head Coach Brown
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