J.T. Paganelli and Michael Whalen placed in the top-50 to lead Franklin & Marshall at the Mid-East Regionals held at DeSales University on Saturday. The Diplomats finished 12th out of the 52 teams competing in the event. Johns Hopkins won the team title while Widener’s Ernie Pitone took individual honors in 15:21.
J.T. Paganelli’s 18th-place finished led Franklin & Marshall at the 2016 Centennial Conference (CC) Cross Country Championships, hosted by Haverford on Saturday. The Diplomats finished seventh as a team after tallying a total of 179 points, while Haverford took the team title with 34 points.
Six top-10 finishes and four of the top five led Franklin & Marshall to a first-place performance in the men’s 8K race at the Alvernia Invitational on Saturday. The Diplomats totaled just 20 points on the day, while second-place Alvernia collected 37.
Franklin & Marshall placed 12th out of 38 teams at the DeSales Invitational Saturday morning in men’s cross country action. Dickinson took the team title and Muhlenberg’s Jaryd Flank took individual honors on the 8k course.
Michael Whalen and Patrick Manion placed in the top-10 to lead Franklin & Marshall to a second place finish at the 51st annual Little Three Meet hosted by Franklin & Marshall. Dickinson took first while Gettysburg came in third.
Franklin & Marshall’s men’s cross country team returns to action for the 2016 season today, hosting Gettysburg and Dickinson for the annual Little Three Meet. A talented and experienced squad returns for the Diplomats, who look to solidify their place in the upper echelon of regional competitors.
Franklin & Marshall capped off a successful 2015 season at the NCAA Mid-East Regionals on Nov. 14, placing 18th out of 52 teams. The Diplomats have now finished inside the top 20 at regionals for five straight years dating back to 2011.
J.T. Paganelli finished 21st to lead Franklin & Marshall at the 2015 Centennial Conference (CC) Cross Country Championship hosted by Johns Hopkins Saturday afternoon. F&M finished seventh (185) while Haverford (25) won the team title after placing three runners in the top five. Johns Hopkins scored 70 points and finished second while Dickinson’s 94 points were good for third.
Franklin & Marshall’s men’s cross country team will compete at the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships this Saturday. The event, hosted by Johns Hopkins on the campus of Stevenson University, will determine individual and team champions for the season.
Bryce Williams finished in the top-10 to lead Franklin & Marshall at the 50th annual Little Three Meet Friday evening in Gettysburg. The Diplomats finished third behind Dickinson and Gettysburg with Zachary Simmons from Dickinson taking the top spot in 15:53.0.
The Franklin & Marshall men’s cross country team officially begins its 2015 season on Friday, Sept. 11 at Gettysburg by competing against the host Bullets and the Red Devils of Dickinson at the Little Three Meet. Despite graduating three top runners from last year’s squad, a large group of six newcomers is set to give the Diplomats greater competitive depth than past seasons.
Franklin & Marshall placed 13th out of 47 teams with 392 points at the 2014 Cross Country Mid-East Regionals at Dickinson. It was the second-best finish under head coach John Stoudt and the second top-15 finish for the Diplomats in the last three years.
Bryan Andrews placed 24th to lead Franklin & Marshall at the 2014 Centennial Conference (CC) Cross Country Championship hosted by Haverford Saturday afternoon. Haverford won the event, taking the top three sports for 21 points followed by Johns Hopkins (48) and Dickinson (74). The Diplomats placed fifth, an improvement from last year’s sixth place showing, with 168 points.
Franklin & Marshall’s men’s cross country team placed fifth – the highest of any Centennial Conference team -- in a 34-team field at the Gettysburg Invitational Saturday afternoon. Bryan Andrews led the Diplomats with a 15th place finish in in 26:25. Lebanon Valley’s Michael Harnish won the event, with 355 runners, by navigating the 8K course in 25:43.
Bryan Andrews placed ninth to lead the Diplomats to a seventh place finish at the Don Cathcart Invitational hosted by Salisbury University. F&M finished with 166 points, while Slippery Rock took the team title with 68 points as the Invite featured 20 teams from all three divisions.
Luk Olenginski placed 47th to lead Franklin & Marshall to an eighth place finish at the Dickinson Long-Short Course Invitational hosted by Dickinson on Saturday afternoon. The Invite featured 35 teams from both Division II and Division III.
Franklin & Marshall finished second at the 48th annual Little Three Meet hosted by Dickinson Wednesday evening. Senior Luk Olenginski paced the Diplomats with a 10th place finish in 16:33 while Joey Steadman from Dickinson took first in 15:47. The Red Devils won the event with eight of the top ten finishers, with Gettysburg finishing third.
Franklin & Marshall’s men’s cross country team is set to open the 2014 campaign tomorrow at the Little Three Meet with Dickinson and Gettysburg. The Diplomats return all top-seven finishers from last season and will look to finish in the top half of the region again this year.
Brian Andrews finished 37th to pace Franklin & Marshall at the Centennial Conference (CC) Cross Country Championship hosted by McDaniel on Saturday. Johns Hopkins took the team title with 34 points, followed by Dickinson (39) and Haverford (61). F&M placed sixth in the nine-team event.
Franklin & Marshall’s men’s cross country team took second at the Delaware Invitational hosted by Delaware University Saturday morning. The race featured seven teams from both Division II and III and three DI club teams.
The Franklin & Marshall men’s cross country team brought home a third-place finish in the college white race of the Paul Short Run hosted by Lehigh University Saturday afternoon, good for its best finish at the event in school history.
Four runners placed in the top-15 to lead Franklin & Marshall to the team championship at the Rich Achtzehn Classic for the second year in a row. F&M finished with 38 points with York placing second (48) in the 12-team race.