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Men's Cross Country Finish In 27th Place At NCAA Regional Championships




Nov. 15, 2009

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The Boston College men's cross country team, led by junior Philip Woerner, turned in a 27th place finish with 711 points at the NCAA Northeast Regional Cross Country Championships. The Championships were held in Boston, Mass. and hosted by Boston University at Franklin Park. The meet featured 36 different teams from all-around the Northeast region.

Syracuse won the meet with 55 points. Iona finished with 59 points, which was good enough for second place. Providence College came in third place with 78 points. Columbia and Dartmouth rounded out the top five with 125 and 135 points, respectively.

Woerner gave the Eagles a good start as he crossed the line in 112th place with a time of 34:07. Woerner's classmate Theodore Doyle came in next for the Eagles finishing in 136th place with a time of 34:37. Freshman Daniel Kane had a solid day as well for the Eagles as he finished in 145th place with a time of 34:46.

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