Men's Cross Country Takes 10th Place at IC4A Championships
Tucker Leads Colonials in Season Finale
Nov. 18, 2012
BRONX, N.Y. - The George Washington men's cross country concluded its 2012 season with a 10th place showing out of 16 teams at the IC4A Championships in Van Cortlant Park in the Bronx on Saturday.
Freshmen Ryan Tucker was the top performer for the Colonials, finishing in 26th place overall out of 151 runners. Tucker finished the five-mile course in 26:58, a little over a minute behind winner.
Sophomore John-Louis Pane was next across the line for GW, finishing in 27:08 for 30th place. He was followed by freshman Kyle Ames (27:15, 40th), sophomore Tyler Gillies (28:59, 72nd) and sophomore John Perrino (29:33, 118th).
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