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Cross Country Faces Local Foes at Brown Invitational

Cross Country Faces Local Foes at Brown Invitational

The Harvard men took second at the Brown Invitational (Harvard Athletic Communications).

EAST GREENWICH, R.I. –
The Harvard cross country team took on a number of local talent Friday afternoon at the Brown Invitational. The men's team turned in a second-place finish behind the host Bears, while the women placed fifth in a field of seven teams.

Freshman Paul Koullick led the men's effort with an eighth-place overall finish, turning in a time of 26:06.10 and sophomore Jakob Lindaas was right behind in ninth with a time of 26:12.60. Rookie Kellen Blumberg was the third Harvard finisher, crossing the line in 26:31.60 for 11th overall and senior Brian Hill placed 14th with a time of 26:52.30. Junior Darcy Wilson capped the Crimson finishers with a time of 27:35.10, good for 20th overall.    

Junior Kristen Jorgensen fronted the women's team, finishing 13th overall with a time of 18:18.20. Senior Eliza Ives took 15th in 18:26.70 and freshman Morgan Kelly placed 22nd in 18:36.40. Junior Alison Lee (40th, 19:34.10) and rookie Aliana Murphy (41st, 19:35.50) rounded out the Crimson scorers.

Members of the cross country team are also in action tomorrow in Terre Haute, Ind., participating in the Pre-National meet.

ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

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