Women’s XC Takes Fifth, Men Place Seventh at NEICAAA Championships

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BOSTON, Mass. – The Brown women’s cross country team took home fifth place out of 18, while the men finished seventh out of 20 at the 2022 New England Championships at Franklin Park in Boston on Saturday afternoon.
 
The women’s team finished fifth out of the 12 Division I teams at the meet, while the men were seventh of 14 D1 teams.
 
In the men’s 8K varsity race, senior Nate Price finished first amongst the Bears runners in 25th place overall in 25:32.2. Aaron Siff-Scherr finished 31st overall in 25:48.3, freshman Jason Markopoulous finished 45th, followed by senior Gabe Cannavo (49th/26:04.8), and Justin Hickey (51st/26:06.2) to complete the top five, with Sam Colton (26:07.4) finishing sixth on the team in 52nd overall. A total of 130 runners competed in the race.
 
In the women’s varsity race, sophomore Isolde McManus finished 16th overall for the Bears, crossing the finish line of the 5K course in 18:48.3. Junior Stephanie Kriss finished 26th overall in 18:57.9, followed by Emily Mrarovcic (30th/19:01.4), Isa Stronski (31st/19:02.7) and Julia Antony (47th/19:23.8). Senior Emma Madgic finished 53rd overall and was the sixth Brown runner to finish, with Maxine Montoya finishing seventh (73rd overall) in 19:51.9.
 
Senior Sarah Reichheld powered Brown in the women’s sub varsity race, taking home silver with a second place overall finish out of 96 runners in 18:56.2. Fellow senior Grace Dorantes was close behind, finishing fourth overall in 19:08.6, and junior Katie Orchard placed 13th overall in 19:34.6.
 
In the men’s 8K sub varsity race, the Brunonians were represented by Colby Zarle, who finished seventh overall out of 91 runners in. 26:29.7.
 
Brown will compete next on Friday, October 21, hosting the annual Rothenberg Run at Highland Park in Attleboro, Mass. The women’s 3K race will begin at 2 p.m., followed by the men’s 5K race at 2:45 p.m.
 


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