October 29, 2007

NAC Cross Country Weekly Honors

MEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Tim Millett, Me.-Farmington
(FR, - Gorham, ME)
Millett led the Beavers to a NAC title on Saturday at the conference championships at Mt. Blue High School. Millett finished with a time of 28:21.26, which, despite the weather, was 25 seconds better than his time at the UMF Invitational earlier in the season.

 

MEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

 Kel Cenga, Me.-Farmington
(FR, - Brewster, MA)
Cenga helped the Beavers to the North Atlantic Conference title with a second-place finish in the conference championships at Mt. Blue High School on Saturday. Cenga toured the 8,000-meter course in 28:35.46.

 

WOMEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Emily Farley, Me.-Farmington
(SO, - Mount Desert Island, ME)
Farley repeated as the NAC individual champ and led the Beavers to a conference title on Saturday at Mt. Blue High School. Farley completed the 5K course in 21:03.15, which improved upon her time at the UMF Invitational earlier in the season by 12 seconds.

 

WOMEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

  Amanda Gunter, Me.-Farmington
(SO, - Farmington, ME)
Gunter assisted in the Beavers' NAC championship win Saturday with a second-place finish. Gunter was the runner-up with a time of 21:13.83 on the 5K trail.

October 22, 2007

NAC Cross Country Weekly Honors

MEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Nicholas Grasso, Castleton State College
(So., - Schenectady, NY)
Grasso was Castleton's top finisher in the RPI Invitational, running the 8K in 27:53 to finish 94th out of 261 competitors.

 

MEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

None

 

WOMEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Justine Campbell, Castleton State College
(Sr., - Queensbury, NY)
Campbell was Castleton's top runner at the RPI Invitational, finishing in 92nd place out of 223 competitors with a time of 20:35.

 

WOMEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK 

None. 

October 15, 2007

NAC Cross Country Weekly Honors

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER OF THE WEEK

 Tim Millett & Kel Cenga, Me.-Farmington
(FR, - Gorham, ME / FR. - Brewster, MA)
Millett and Cenga led the Beavers to a fifth-place finish at the State of Maine Championships. The duo finished the course three seconds apart; Millett in 30th place in 27:59 and Cenga in 31st.

 

 

 

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Michael Campbell, Castleton State College
(Fr., - Schenectady, NY)
Campbell finished 14th out of 117 runners at the Western New England College Invitational to help guide the Spartans to a sixth place finish. The freshman was Castleton's top runner with a time of 29:13 in the 8K.

 

 

 

 

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Emily Farley, Me.-Farmington
(SO, - Mount Desert Island, ME)
Farley helped the beavers to a fifth-place finish at the State of Maine Championships by placing 29th in the 5K race. Farley was the first non-NESCAC runner to come across the finish at 20:31.

 

 

 

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY ROOKIEOF THE WEEK

Sage Small, Castleton State College
(Fr., - Vernon, CT)
Small finished eighth out of 105 competitors in the Western New England College Invitational 5K. The freshman's time of 21:21 was tops for the Spartans as the team took home third overall

October 9, 2007

NAC Cross Country Weekly Honors

WOMEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Emily Farley, Me.-Farmington
(SO, - Mount Desert Island, ME)
Farley led UMF to a team win at St. Joseph's College's Runnin' Monks Invitational on Saturday. Farley came in third at the 5,000-meter competition.

WOMEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Sage Small, Castleton State College
(Fr., - Vernon, CT)
Small finished 46th out of 232 competitors at the James Early Invitational hosted by Westfield State College. The freshman finished the 5K in 21:09.

MEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Tim Millett, Me.-Farmington
(FR, - Gorham, ME)
Millett won the St. Joseph's College Runnin' Monks Invitational on Saturday to lead the Beavers to a first-place finish at the event. Millett overtook leader Ryan Prescott of St. Joseph's in the last 200 meters to snatch the victory by one second. At UNE a month earlier, Prescott had beaten Millett by two minutes, 46 seconds.

 

MEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK 

Michael Campbell, Castleton State College
(Fr., - Schenectady, NY)
Campbell finished 81st out of 244 competitors in the James Early Invitational 8K hosted by Westfield State College. The freshman finished the course in a time of 29:38.

 

October 1, 2007

NAC Cross Country Weekly Honors

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Tim Millett, Me.-Farmington
(FR, - Gorham, ME)
Tim Millett broke up a clean sweep by Bowdoin College with a third-place finish in the UMF Invitational at challenging Mt. Blue High School on Saturday as the Beavers placed second to the Polar Bears. Millett's time on the 8,000-meter course was 28:46.

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Kel Cenga, Me.-Farmington
(FR, - Brewster, MA)
Kel Cenga came in seventh place at the 8,000-meter UMF Invitational at challenging Mt. Blue High School on Saturday to help the Beavers finish as the runner-up to Bowdoin. Cenga clocked a time of 29:04 and was UMF's second scorer.

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Emily Farley, Me.-Farmington
(SO, - Mount Desert Island, ME)
Farley ran to a fourth-place finish in the UMF Invitational on Saturday at the challenging 5,000-meter course at Mt. Blue High School. Farley toured the hilly trail at 21:15. The Beavers finished third in the event.

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Amy Siebert, Me.-Farmington
(FR, - Waterville, ME)
Siebert placed 16th in 23:04 at the UMF Invitational at Mt. Blue High School's challenging 5,000-meter course on Saturday. Siebert got into the scoring and was the Beavers' fastest freshman.

September 24, 2007

NAC Weekly Runners for September 24, 2007

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Francis Cusick, Lesley University
(JR, - Arlington, MA)
Frannie led the men's team for the Lynx at the Blazer Invitational as he took second place at this competitive meet. With a time of 29:39 and 1:20 behind the first place finisher, Frannie solidified his status as the best runner on the Lesley squad.

 

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Jamie Bean, Johnson State College
(Fr., Runner - Milford, Conn./Foran)
Bean helped the Badgers to a second-place team finish at the Blazer Invitational at Elms College on Saturday by running to an 8th place overall finish in a time of 32:22.

 

 

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Charlotte Goff, Lesley University
(FR, - Osterville, MA)
Freshman Charlotte Goff was a major factor in Lesley University's dominance at the Blazer Invitational. Lesley won the Invitational over conference rivals Elms College and Mount Ida College as she took second place with a stunning time of 21:01. Her time was only 1:07 behind the first place finisher as she continues to shine on this Lynx women's team.

 

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Lauren Cosgrove, Castleton State College
(Fr., - Byfield, MA)
Cosgrove ran a 22:42 in the women's 5K at the Cod Fish Bowl in Boston, MA. The freshman's time was good enough for 64th place out of 133 runners.

September 17, 2007

NAC Cross Country Weekly Honors

MEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Francis Cusick, Lesley University
(JR, - Lexington, MA)
Frannie got back to old form as he ran an impressive 27:23 at the UMASS Dartmouth Invitational to help lead the men's team.

 

MEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Tim Millett, Me.-Farmington
(FR, - Gorham, ME)
Tim Millett was UMF's top finisher at the UMass-Dartmouth Shriners' Invitational on Saturday. Millett placed 104th out of 225 runners at 28:09 in a five-mile race. The Beavers placed 23 out of 31 teams and ahead of defending NAC champions Castleton.

 

WOMEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Nemesia Sorcar, Johnson State College
(Fr., Runner - Kensington, N.H.)
Sorcar completed the Panther Invitational course at Middlebury College in a time of 24:16.0 for a 47th overall individual finish in an fourth-place team effort for JSC on 9/15.

 

WOMEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Charlotte Goff, Lesley University
(FR)
Charlotte ran a 20:51 at the UMASS Dartmouth Invitational beating Sage Small (21:13) of Castleton State. She had won rookie of the week last week.

 

 

September 10, 2007

NAC Cross Country Weekly Honors

NAC MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Michael Campbell, Castleton State College
(Fr., - Schenectady, NY)
Campbell helped stake the Spartans to a second place finish in the Castleton Invitational. The freshman was Castleton's top runner, finishing the 8K in 30:56, good enough for sixth position as the Spartans topped Southern New Hampshire by just one point to hang onto second place.

 

NAC MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Jamie Bean, Johnson State College
(Fr., Runner - Stamford, Conn.)
Bean ran the Castleton Invitational 8K course in a time of 33:06.13 to finish in 21st overall in an incomplete team finish for Johnson State.

 

NAC WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Emily Farley, Me.-Farmington
(SO, - Mount Desert Island, ME)
Emily Farley recorded a fourth-place finish in the 110-runner field at the University of New England Invitational. The reigning NAC Runner of the Year toured 5,000 meters in 21:28. The Beavers placed sixth in the 10-team event.

 

NAC WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Sage Small, Castleton State College
(Fr., - Vernon, CT)
Small came up big with a third place finish in the Castleton Invitational. The freshman ran the 5K in 22:32 to help lead the Spartans to the win by a mere four points over second-place Cobleskill.