GW Men's Cross Country Runs to 20th at Mid-Atlantic Regional
Colonials Clinch Best-Ever Regional Performance on Friday
Nov. 9, 2012
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - The George Washington men's cross country ran to its best-ever finish at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional on Friday afternoon at the Blue-White Golf Courses, running to a 20th-place finish out of 25 competing teams.
Freshman Ryan Tucker was the top finisher for the Colonials, navigating the 10,000-meter course in 32:40 to finish in 87th place out of 170 competing teams.
Freshman Kyle Ames was next across the line for GW, finishing in 33:31 (114th). He was followed by sophomore John-Louis Pane (33:36, 116th), junior Jackson Carnes (34:19, 135th) and sophomore Tyler Gillies (34:51, 143rd).
GW concludes its 2012 season at the IC4A/ECAC Championship at Van Cortland Park in New York City on November 17th.
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