Chenoweth Propels Harvard to Sixth-Place Finish at Ivy Championships
Pictured: Daniel Chenoweth, the 2009 Ivy League Individual
Cross Country Champion.
Photo Courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.- Junior Daniel Chenoweth won the individual title at the 2009 Ivy League Heptagonal Cross Country Championship and helped the Harvard men’s cross country team to its second straight sixth-place finish.
Chenoweth is the first individual champion since Ian Carswell won the event in 1995. Chenoweth crossed the finish line in 25:09.2, 10.5 seconds ahead of the second-place finisher. Freshman Phil Galebach was second for the Crimson and 29th overall. He clocked in at 26:21.7. Junior Ryan Neely, freshman Jeremy Gilmour and sophomore Michael Hoffoman rounded out the scoring.
Columbia won the meet with 60 points, edging Princeton by one point. Cornell and Dartmouth tied for third with 90, while Brown came in fifth with 106 ponts. Harvard was next with 139 points, followed by Yale with 160 points and Penn with 215.
The Crimson will be back in action in two weeks at the Northeast Regional, Nov. 14 at Franklin Park.