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2005

12/25 Some random results from the past week or so. At the CTC Indoor Relay Carnival, Tom Hyatt, jumping for Sacred Heart cleared 6' 0" in his first college meet. Ryan Joyce sent me some scattered results for John Jay boys at the Bishop Loughlin Games. Triple jump: Ryan Joyce 42" 0" – 11th place; 300 m dash: Mike Garcia 38.2, 4 x 200 of Tim Holtz, Jeff Zendeck, Ryan Joyce and Mike Garcia 38.2, 4 x 400: Andrew Zibrin (60.5), Jeff Sendeck (58.x, Samir El Kilani (56.1), Tim Holtz (54.1) team time – 3:50.x; 4 x 800: Matt Milanesi 2:11, Sean O'Brien 2:08, Brian Ivory 2:17 – don't know the rest.

Holiday Classic 5K at Columbia-Greene Community College: The DeVries family continues to tear up the roads and trails of the Hudson Valley. Ken and Chris have been racing almost every weekend and for this race Ingrid joined them. 14. Ken DeVries – 20:39, 65. Chris DeVries 25:32, 85. Ingrid DeVries 28:57.

12/16 Kick-Off Meet at RCC: The Patriots opened their indoor season with a number of medal winning performances. Girls' results: Shot put: 2nd place – Christine Muller 27' 9", Triple Jump: 6th place – Charlene Porter 29' 9", Long Jump: 6th place – Christine O'Shea 13' 9", High Jump: 4th place – Julie McCloskey 4' 6", Pole Vault: 5th place – Heather Shay 6' 0", 4 x 200 meter relay: 5th place 1:59.1, 4 x 800 meter relay – 6th place 11:54.1, 55 HH – 6th place Danielle Wright 10.9, 300 m: 4th place – Brianna Reynoso 46.9, 600 m: 6th place – Laura Ambron 1:50.8, 1000 m: 1st place – Brigid McKeon 3:23.6
Boys' Results: 55 m: 4th place – Mike Garcia 6.9, 1000 m: 2nd place – Sean O'Brien 2:47.5, 3200 m: 6th place – Brian Ivory 10:43.0, Triple Jump: 4th place – Ryan Joyce 40' 8", 4 x 200 meter relay: 4th place – 1:45.2, 4 x 400 meter relay: 4th place – 3:51.2, 4 x 800 meter relay: 3rd place – 9:30.7.

12/14 The John Jay Patriots open their indoor season on Wednesday, Dec. 14 at the Kick-Off Meet to be held at RCC. Coach Lee reports that both teams are large with about 80 girls and 55 boys at practice every day. I will report any results that I can come up with.

12/12 MAC MEET at the ARMORY: John Brooks and I traveled down to the Armory on Sunday, Dec. 11 to run in the MAC open and masters meet. Also met Bart Sessa, Sean Rice and Beth Zebuth from the Running School crew down there. John is just getting back into shape after having had shoulder surgery at the end of the summer. He had torn the shoulder coming out of the blocks running a 55 meter dash so he opted to run a cautious 400 meter race instead of something shorter. He took first in the 50-59 age group in a time of 59.86. Bart, Sean, Beth and I all ran the 1500. Sean started running seriously at camp last summer for the first time in years and has not let up since. His goal was to run a time equivalent to sub 5:00 for a mile and his time of 4:35.06 accomplished that. Beth ran an excellent 5:30.94, which was really superb because she is really more of a 400/800 meter runner. Bart has been running most days with his track kids and is slowly working his way back to running shape. He was pretty happy with his 5:35.06. I got a chance to run in a race with 8 guys all over 40, one of whom I was told is the world age group record holder for the 55-59 age group in a couple of track events. He won. The good news is he didn't lap me on the 200 meter track. It was close but I held him off. 🙂 Considering this was my first track race in two years I was pleased with my time of 5:09.68.

12/10 New Balance Winter Carnival: The college indoor track season has opened. The dynamic Patriot duo of Erin Ballard and Laura McCloskey opened the season in style. At the New Balance Winter Carnival held at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston, Erin won the 800 meter in a time of 2:21.53. Not to be outdone, Laura placed first in the 1000 meter race in 3:02.32. Great way to start the season ladies! Congrats!!

K of C Holiday Run – 5 Mile, 12/4/2005 Full results are now on the MHRRC website
A day that looked like it might be a tough day to run turned into an almost perfect day for the first Sunday in December. The snow stopped, the roads were clear and there was no wind. It was a little chilly (about 29 degrees) — two layers of dryfit shirts, gloves and a hat turned out to be perfect. The big decision was what to wear on the legs. Many runners went with bare legs and I didn't hear anyone say it was a bad decision. There were a number of outstanding performances, the most outstanding being Marisa Hanson going under 29 minutes for the first time at the K of C race, breaking her own course record in the process. Her time of 28:44 took her to a 3rd place finish overall behind Mike Slinskey (26:31) and Chris Collins(27:03). Other runners from the Masters Training group and the John Jay XC/track family include: 9. Kevin Dollard (30:56) 1st 50-59, 11. Steve Perks (31:49) 2nd 50-59, 16. Jeff Nero (32:20) 3rd 50-59, 17. Chris Wimmers (32:25) 3rd 30-39, 19. Gil Anderson (32:41), 20. Vince Veltre (32:51), 25. Ken DeVries (34:07), 26. Pat DeHaven (34:08), 43. Lori Casia-Decker (37:42), 70. Camille Vassari (41:49), 75. Judy Proal (42:17) 1st 50-59, 80. Chris DeVries (43:04) 2nd 50-59, 89. Charlie Shirk (44:01)

11/30 The MHRRC Turkey Trot — some thoughts and results. The best thing about the Turkey Trot, besides the obvious calorie burn before the big meal, is the reunion atmoshpere. College kids home for the holidays, relatives in town to spend the day with family, parents of youngsters looking to run the mile and weekend warriors all show up for a chance to hit the roads. The weather played a little havoc on the race schedule for the day. The 25K was re-routed to 3 laps of the 5 mile course and the kids one mile was cancelled. Both decisions were made in the interest of safety. My daughter, Sarah, was in from Boston and she and I both ran the 5 mile race. John Jay alumni included the running McCloskey family with Chris, Kelly, Laura, Julie, Kyle and Claire (mom) all participating. Other Patriots at the race were Paul Cwiakala, Sally Briggs, Erin Ballard and Hakon DeVries. Hakon's parents, Ken and Chris also ran, although I can't find Chris listed in the results. Marissa Vassari and her mom, Camile Vassari, fresh off their NYC Marathon, ran the 25K. Of course there were lots of runners from this summers Masters Training Group. They continue to dominate the age group awards.
5 mile results: 4. Marisa Hanson 29:57 (1st female), 7. Chris McCloskey 30:24 (2nd 20-19), 15. Bonnie Nussbickel 32:10 (1st 40-49), 16. Jeff Nero 32:24 (1st 50-59), 19. Chris Wimmers 33:08 (1st 30-39), 20. Erin Ballard 33:24 (1st 20-29), 23. Gil Anderson 33:36 (2nd 50-59), 27. Sally Briggs 34:01 (2nd 20-29), 30. Steve Perks 34:20 (3rd 50-59), 32. Ken DeVries 34:31, 33. Hakon DeVries 34:31, 58. Kelly McCloskey 38:04, 63. Lori Cassia-Decker 38:18 (2nd 40-49), 71. John Brooks 39:21, 104. Judy Proal 42:26, 130: Nancy Swanson 45:37 (2nd 60-69), 139. Sarah Nacari 46:28, 144. Charlie Shirk 46:37.
25K results: 11. Connie Seigh 1:50:12 (1st woman), 12. Paul Cwiakala 1:51:41, 44. Camille Vassari 2:23:43, 47. Mary Veltre 2:25:45, 48. Sue O'Neil 2:32.30.
2 mile Fun Run:
5. Julie McCloskey 11:17, 8. Kyle McCloskey 11:46, Claire McCloskey 14:14

Troy Turkey Trot 10K: 38 out of 580. Kevin Dollard 39:09 (3rd 50-59)

11/17 Harrisburg Marathon Results: On Sunday, November 13 Conni Grace and Wayne McDaniel ran the Harrisburg Marathon. Conni ran a PR of 3:03:28, this despite losing some time at the start and having to make two short pit stops along the way. Wayne had been sick for a couple of days before the race, felt good that morning and decided to give it a shot. Being sick caught up with him during the second half of the race and he finished over three hours (3:12:57) for the first time in about 15 marathons.

11/17: Ashokan 5 mile: Bonnie Nussbickel made the trip across the river and came home as first woman in the race. Her time was 32:34.

11/14 New York State Cross Country Championships: Congrats to John Jay Patriot Lauren Boardman on a very solid race. Lauren finished 46th in a time of 19:34.

11/13 Alumni and other college news: NCAA Northeast Regional in Boston
Women 6K: 138. Erika Angel 23:33 (Spackenkill/Binghamton)143. Erin Ballard 23:36 (John Jay/Northeastern), 246. Laura McCloskey 25:24 (John Jay/Northeastern)
Men 10K: 68. Mark Alizzi 31:55 (Syossett/Boston College), 78. Dave Raucci 32:09 (Red Hook/Marist), 91. Tyler Arnett 32:38 (Arlington/Sacred Heart), 111. Joe McElhoney (Beacon/Manhattan)

11/11 Locals at the After The Leaves Have Fallen 20K
4. Wayne McDaniel 1:19:46, 8. Greg Barber 1:22:47, 10. Conni Grace 1:23:57, 11. Connie Seigh 1:24:11, 37. Vince Veltre 1:34:55, 41. Steve Perks 1:36:10, 42. Sue Klein 1:36:17, 47. Tony Pignataro 1:37:51, 50. Kevin Dollard 1:37:53, 103. Larry Crocker 1:57:47, 108. Mary Veltre 1:59:59

11/7 CONGRATS TO JOHN JAY PATRIOT LAUREN BOARDMAN for making it to the NYS Cross Country Championships for the second year in a row. Lauren finished 7th in the 3 mile state qualifier race at Bear Mountain on Saturday. Her time was 19:07. Lauren will compete this Saturday, 11/12,at Queensbury High School near Glens Falls.

Other Patriot results from the State Qualifier – Girls: 58. Liz Castro 22:38, 79. Kaitlin Decker 24:44, 81. Heather Shay 25:11, 84. Andrea Kwamya 25:33
Boys: 23. Sean O'Brien 17:30, 29. Brian Ivory 17:40, 30. Matt Milanesi 17:43, 61. Dan Fontanez 18:48, 67. Ryan Gomba 19:52, 83. Brian Donovan 20:06, 86. Kyle Hotaling 20:10

Two members of the John Jay Patriot Cross Country Family ran the New York City Marathon. Marissa Vassari and her mom Camile took on the 26.2 mile challenge together finishing the race in 5:27:23. The mom and daughter team trained and ran the race together. GREAT JOB!!

Northeastern University finished 5th in the Colonial Athletic Association Championships. John Jay alumni Erin Ballard was second for the team and 34th in the 6K race in a time of 23:44.

11/7 After the Leaves Have Fallen 20K in Minnewaska: Connie Seigh finished second in the race in a time of 1 hour 24 minutes. Conni Grace was the first woman overall. I went over with Kevin Dollard to enjoy the company, the scenery and the long run on the carriage trails. I ran with an old aquaintance from high and we talked the whole run. It was great fun.

11/1 Masters Training Group at the races: Catskill 10K (actually a last minute change in the course made it come out to 6.488) Bonnie Nussbickel was first woman and second overall in a time of 43:10 on the hilly and windy course.

Hyde Park Trail Run 4.2 miles: 9. Connie Seigh 27:06 (2nd woman, 1st 30-39), 10. Kevin Dollard 27:18 (1st 50-59), 13. Jeff Nero 28:05 (2nd 50-59), 14. Ken DeVries 28:36 (3rd 50-59), 15. Chris Wimmers 28:45 (2nd 30-39), 16. Vince Veltre 29:15 (3rd 40-49), 42. Gordon Seigh 34:11, 51. Christine DeVries 35:30 (1st 50-59), 59. Mary Veltre 37:37, 65. Nancy Swanson 40:16 (1st 60-69)

11/1 John Jay Patriots at the Section 1 North Championships: Boys' Varsity 6th overall – 6. Brian Ivory 18:02, 22. Matt Milanesi 18:51, 32. Sean O"Brien 19:30, 42. Rich Bronnenkant 20:11, 45. Brian Donovan 20:29, 47. Andrew Zibrin 20:42, 55. Aaron Pike 21:20; Boys' JV 5th overall- 26. Bobby Ivory 20:45, 40. Tom Hickey 21:12, 46. Mike Vassari 21:37, 48. Brendan Hunt 21:43, 49. Mark Powell 21:43, 63. Tom Chanowsky 22:37, 66. Ian Smith 22:46, 67. Travis Ho 22:49, 68. Kyle Hotaling 22:50, 69. John Mullin 22:50, 85. Andrew Miyoski 24:01, 90. Tom Kohler 24:47, 95. Stephen Matrigali 26:15
Girls' Varsity: 4. Lauren Boardman 20:31, 36. Liz Castro 24:09, 44. Jenna Dilullo 25:28, 46. Heather Shay 25:53. Girls' JV: 26. Kelsey Steel 32:11

THE PATRIOTS WILL BE RUNNING AT THE SECTION 1 STATE QUALIFIER ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3 AT BEAR MOUNTAIN STATE PARK. RACES START AT 11AM.

10/28 Alumni Update: The Marist College men's team finished 2nd at the MAAC Championships at VanCortland Park. Former Patriots Corey Ennist (27:05)and John Kwamya (27:49) finished 31st and 47th respectively.

10/28 Results from the Hall of Fame 5K Cross Country race at Bowdoin Park on 10/23: The masters training crew continues to excell with lots of great performances. 4. Kieran Stack 17:42 (1st 40-49), 7. Marisa Hanson 18:49 (1st woman), 15. Kevin Dollard 20:21 (3rd 50-59), 17. Jeff Nero 20:27 (4th 50-59), 18. Connie Seigh 20:30 (2nd woman, 1st 30-39), 22. Vince Veltre 21:38, 23. Chris Wimmers 21:49, 48. Courtney Wimmers 27:12, (2nd 19 and under), 52. Mary Veltre 48:25, 56. Nancy Swanson 30:02 (1st 60+). Also, from the John Jay track and XC familey: 21. Ken DeVries 21:24, 46. Chris DeVries 26:35 (1st 50-59)

10/23 Section 1 Coaches' Invitational at Westchester CC: The Patriot boys' varsity finished 5th of 15 teams in their race. 14. Brian Ivory 18:00, 27. Matt Milanesi 18:46, 52. Sean O'Brien 19:50, 55. Dan Fontanez 20:07, 59. Brian Donovan 20:31, 70. Rich Bronnenkant 20:47, 71. Aaron Pike 20:48. In the JV A race the Patiot boys finished 18th of 24 teams: 55. Andrew Zibrin 20:27, 86. Tom Hickey 21:06, 87. Mark Powell 21:06, 111. Andrew Miyoshi 21:56, 126. Tom Chanowsky 22:20. JV B Race: 16. Mike Vassari 21:30, 17. John Mullin 21:33, 31. Travis Ho 22:53. Freshmen boys finished 4th of 13 teams: 9. Ryan Gomba 9:16, 28. Bobby Ivory 9:56, 35. Bruce Hotaling 10:02, 40. Brendan Hunt 10:10, 56. Ryan Evan 10:26. Patriot girls in the Varsity race: 8. Lauren Boardman 20:23, 58. Kaitlin Decker 24:57, 64. Heather Shay 25:43, 91. Erin Rice 30:39

10/20 The John Jay Patriot boys' and girls' teams both finished 4th at the league championships on Tuesday, Oct. 18 at Bowdoin Park.
Boys' Results: 6. Ivory 18:08, 14. O'Brien 18:50, 17. Milanesi 19:27, 24. Gomba 20:23, 25. Fontanez 20:36, 29. Donovan 21:04
Girls' Results: 4. Boardman 20:36, 22. Castro 24:01, 26. DiLullo 25:55, 27. Decker 26:07, 29. Shay 26:38, 30. Kwamaya 26:49, 35. Rice 30:42

10/17 Master's Training Group at USATF National Masters 5K XC Championhips in Saratoga: Marisa Hanson, Kieran Stack and I traveled up to Saratoga on Sunday to race in this highly competitive event. For the women there is one race for all the women 40 and over. In the men's division they have three separate races, 40-49, 50-59 and 60+. In the women's race Marisa was involved in an incredible two person battle with a world class professional runner. (Yes, she runs for a living.) For the first 2.5 miles they were never more than 2 or 3 strides apart. Over the last 1/2 mile the woman gained a little on Marisa and they ended up finishing 10 seconds apart in 17:12 and 17:22. Marisa's time was 26 seconds faster than she had run last year to win the race. The next finisher was 1 minute 27 seconds behind Marisa. In the men's 40-49 race Kieran finished 13th in an excellent time of 16:23. In the men's 50-59 yours truly had his butt handed to him, finishing 39th out of the 64 competitors in the race with a time of 18:57. My only consolation is that next year I'll be in the 60+ race where my time would have been second, ok, third if you count the 59 year old that beat me in the 50-59 race. It was great fun. To check out full results and age graded times go to finishright.com

At the Taco Juan 5 mile race in Woodstock, Bonnie Nussbickel was the first woman in an excellent time of 32:18. Connie Seigh was the first woman in the 5K Billy Goat trail run. Her time of 20:48 was 30 seconds faster than last year which is pretty amazing considering that parts of the trail were badly eroded or covered with water from the recent rains. I will have more results from both races as soon as I can find them.

10/17 Patriot Alumni News: Erin Ballard led Northeastern University to a 5th place finish at Universtiy of Albany Invitational. Erin placed 12th overall in the 23 team race in a time of 18:17. At the same meet Marist freshmen John Kwamya and Corey Ennist ran 26:22 and 26:59 respectively over the men's 8K course. Becky Idell who is running for MIT ran in the women's gold race and finished in a time of 20:43. Dan Jordy, who is coming back from dislocating his shoulder a couple of weeks ago, finished in 28:18.

10/10 Master's Training GroupCONGRATS to Sally Saretto on running 4:03 at the Steamtown Marathon. Her time qualifies her for Boston!
Bridge Run 5 mile: 11. Kevin Dollard 31:02 – 2nd 50-59, 13. Jeff Nero 31:10 – 4th 50-59, (The top 4 50-59 year olds all finished in a 13 second time period. What a great race within a race!) 17. Vince Veltre 32:36, 40. Maryanne Ceriello 38:14 – 2nd 40-49, 48. Judy Proal 39:38 – 1st 50-59, 66. Mary Veltre 41:57

Reach the Beach Relay – WE MADE IT!
212 miles in 31 hours
It all started sometime last spring with a phone call from my daughter Sarah. "Dad, have you ever heard of the Reach the Beach Relay?" I hadn't. Turns out it's a 200+ mile relay (distance changes a little each year as they make small changes to the course) that starts at Bretton Woods in the White Mountains and finishes at Hanpton Beach State Park on the Atlantic Ocean. There are 36 legs to the relay ranging in distance from about 3 miles to a little over 8 miles. You are allowed up to 12 team members, which is what the vast majority of teams had. At least one ultra-marathon team ran with only 3 runners. Once you set your order for running you must continue to run in that order for the entire event. Our team was put together by Sarah's college friend Susie. It was an interesting mix. No team member knew more than three other members before the race. Susie recruited two of the women for the team from the Reach the Beach chat room. They were cousins, one from Michigan and the other from Georgia, who flew in the day before the race. As you can see from the picture we had only nine runners. There were 12 team members until about ten days before the relay when we got an email from three guys on the team letting us know they were dropping out. Ouch! Not to be deterred we decided that running four legs each wouldn't be that much harder than running three. The race starts on a Friday with the first wave of runners leaving at 7:30AM. Teams start in groups, based on their estimated average per mile pace, every 20 minutes until the fastest of the 300 entered teams go at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Our start time was 9:40AM and I was a little worried that we would not make the cutoff finishing time because our start time was based on our estimate before the three guys dropped out. The first leg covers 3.1 miles but does not get you any closer to the beach. It runs up the ski slope behind the lodge at Bretton Woods and then back down and finshes about 30 meters from where it starts. They say it's the "toughest 5K you will ever run". Leg two heads out onto the roads and really starts the journey toward the ocean. It was cloudy, kind of misty weather as we made our way generally southeast during the day. As darkness came, so did the rain. It rained most of the night as we ran with our headlamps, reflective vests and flashing lights. Running in the dark in pouring rain while chasing those lights was one of the most interesting and challenging experiences of my running life. I must say it will be one I cherish for a long time. We made it through the night and my third leg of the relay was into the dawn. We were running great and keeping on exactly the time schedule we had hoped for. When it came time for our fourth legs everyone found a little extra and we ended up finishing 45 minutes faster than we had expected. They had a nice picnic at the park at the finish. Needless to say we were all tired. I don't think anyone got more than 2 hours sleep from when we woke up on Friday until we finally got to bed on Saturday night. I must give a special word of thanks to our tireless driver and one-person support crew, my amazing wife, Marlene. To see some pictures of the race go to: http://www.southerndigitalmedia.com/upstaters.htm

10/10 John Jay Patriots at the Manhattan Invitational (2.5 miles): Boys: 38. Brian Ivory 14:01, 78. Matt Milanesi 14:36, 115. Sean O'Brien 15:07, 130. Fontanez 15:26, 140. Kyle Hotaling 15:38, Donovan 16:07, Bronnenkant 16:33 Girls: 3. Lauren Boardman 16:15, 84. Liz Castro 19:21, 103. Decker 19:50, 104. Shay 19:51, 124. Kwamya 20:14

10/08 Alumni Update: Northeastern University – Erin Ballard continued her excellent season helping Northeastern to a 3rd place finish at the Quinnipiac Invite. Erin placed 17th ovrall and #2 on her team in a time of 19:35. Laura McCloskey finished 48th in 20:39.
Marist College finished 3rd in the Metropolitan Championships. Corey Ennist finished 78th in 28:58 and John Kwamya was 89th in 29:19.

10/3 Masters Training Group Update from Schlathaus Park 5K: 1. Marisa Hanson 17:27, 8. Kevin Dollard 18:48 2nd 50-59, 9. Jeff Nero 18:48 3rd 50-59, 10. Steve Perks 19:10, 11. Bonnie Nussbickel 19:12 1st 40-49, 13. Vince Veltre 19:32, 22. Lori Cassia Decker 22:37 2nd 40-49.

John Jay Patriots at Brewster Invitational: Freshman boys (2500 meters): 20. Bruce Hotaling 9:17, 21. Bobby Ivory 9:18, 25. Ian Smith 9:22, 30. Brendan Hunt 9:27, 41. Evan Ryan 9:37, 64. Tom Kohler 10:19, 90. Stephen Matrigali 11:02 Team Place – 4th
JV Boys: 16. Rich Bronnenkant 19:45, 28. Andrew Zibrin 20:13, 35. Mark Powell 20:26, 38. Aaron Pike 20:45, 44. Tom Chanowsky 20:59, 52. Mike Vassari 21:24, 63. Travis Ho 21"47 Team Place – 6th
Varsity Boys: 3. Brian Ivory 16:54, 11. Matt Milanesi 17:42, 17. Sean O'Brien 18:02, 37. Kyle Hotaling 19:00, 43. Dan Fontanez 19:09, 44. Ryan Gomba 19:12, 56. Brian Donovan 19:56 Team Place – 3rd.
Varsity Girls: 2. Lauren Boardman 19:41, 15. Liz Castro 22:45, 23. Andrea Kwamya 24:22, 25. Heather Shay 24:50, 39. Erin Rice 31:33 Team Place 4th

Patriot Alumni: The Stanford University team traveled across the country to run at the University of Maine in the Murray Keatinge Invitational. They made it worth the trip by putting 7 runners in the top 10 on the 8K course. Hakon DeVries finished 5th overall in a time of 24:14.

9/29 John Jay Patriots: Brian Ivory was 1st overall in a 5 team meet at Bowdoin Park. With John Jay competing against RCK, Suffern, Horace Greeley and Scarsdale, Brian placed first in a winning time of 17:45. Other Patriot finishers for the boys were: 4. Matt Milanesi 18:14, 23. Fontanez 19:40, 27. Gomba 20:04, 34. Kyle Hotaling 20;42, 37. Rich Bronnenkant 20:48, 44. Zibrin 21:09, and 47. Hickey 21:16. The boys defeated RCK and lost to Suffern, Horace Greeley and Scarsdale. On the girls' side Lauren Boardman placed 3rd overall in a time of 20:59. Other JJ finishers were: 21. Castro 23:54, 34. Dilullo 25:49, 35. Decker 26:01, 36. Shay 26:11 and 37. Kwamya 26:41.

9/27 Our Lady of Lourdes 5K: 4. Jeff Nero 18:44 1st 50-59, 9. Vince Veltre 19:32 2nd 40-49, 26. Lori Cassia Decker 22:29 1st 40-49, 51. Mary Veltre 24:38
Noah Cary 5K: 5. Dale Nussbickel 22:11 3rd 40-49, 7. Maryanne Ceriello 23:14 1st female, 12. Judy Proal 24:41 1st 50-59

9/25 John Jay Alumni Results
Stanford Invitational – The Cardinal won all 4 races at their home invitational. Hakon DeVries finished 2nd overall in the 4K race in a time of 12:01, two seconds behind the winner.
Quinnipiac Invitational – Northeastern University finished 3rd in the 9 team race. Erin Ballard was 17th (2nd on the team) in a time of 19:35. Laura McCloskey finished 48th in 20:39.

9/25 John Jay Patriots at the Queensbury Invitational
Varsity Boys: 48. Sean O'Brien 18:08, 134 Kyle Hotaling 19:30, 148. Dan Fontanez 20:01, 151 Brian Donovan 20:03, 168. Tome Hickey 20:37 Team pace – 24th
JV Boys: 90 Rich Bronnenkant 19:51, 106. Andrew Zibrin 20:05, 115. Aaron Pike 20:20, 140. Tom Chanowsky 21:05, 156. Andrew Miyoshi 21:30 Team Place – 19th
Freshman Boys: 32. Ryan Gomba 10:33, 67. Brendan Hunt 11:14, 74. Bobby Ivory 11:21, 122. Ryan Evan 12:21, 176. Stephen Matrigali 17:25
Varsity Girls: 32. Lauren Boardman 20:08, 149. Liz Castro 23:08, 154. Jenna Dilullo 23:43, 157. Andrea Kwamya 24:12, 162. Heather Shay 25:23
JV Girls: 124. Erin Rice 28:34, 127. Megan Fryxell 30:03

9/19 There is lots to report on from this past weekend with the alumni running their college meets, the Patriots in action, the Dutchess Classic and our adventures in New Hampshire. I'll add a little at a time as I have time over the next day or so.

Dutchess Classic Results – Masters Training Group
5K RESULTS
5. Kieran Stack 16:40 2nd 40-44
8. Marisa Hanson 17:17 1st Female
15. John Dean 18:24 1st 45-49
17. Jeff Nero 18:45 1st 55-59
18. Glen Brent 18:50 – 2nd 50-54
20. Bonnie Nussbickel 19:15 2nd female – 1st 40-44
22. Gil Anderson 19:40 – 3rd 50-54
25. Mary Hurley-Weeks 19:56 3rd female – 2nd 40-44
55. Bill Rosenberg 22:42 – 2nd 60-64
57. Maryanne Ceriello 22:49 – 3rd 40-44
62. Lori-Cassia Decker 23:16 – 2nd 45-49
74. Judy Proal 23:52 – 3rd 50-54
118. Mary Veltre 25:53

1/2 MARATHON RESULTS
12. Connie Seigh 1:29:12 3rd female overall 1st 35-39
14. Kevin Dollard 1:29:55 – 1st 50-54
100. Deborah Schwartz 1:53:01 – 1st 50-54
152. Sally Saretto 2:01:31 – 3rd 50-54
205. Sue O'Neil 2:12:03

John Jay Patriots at the Somers Big Red Invite on 9/17: Boys team finished 5th overall. 15. Matt Milanesi 18:11, 22. Brian Ivory 18:31, 35. Sean O'Brien 19:00, 48. Kyle Hotaling 19:51, 53. Dan Fontanez 20:03, 56. Dan Donavon20:22, 64. Tom Hickey 20:49, Rich Bronnenkant 20:55, Aaron Pike 21:12, Andrew Zibrin 21:17, Tom Chanowsky 21:20, Mark Powell 21:52, Andrew Miyoski 22:09, Samir El-Kilani 22:19, Mike Vassari 22:42, Travis Ho 22:48. Girls: 62. Liz Castro 24:19, Heather Shay 25:27, 69. Andrea Kwamya 25:35, Jenna Dilullo 26:04, 74. Kaitlin Decker 26:16, 77. Laura Petrucelli, 83. Erin Rice 32:11

Alumni Results: 9/17 Marist College at Rider Invite – 1st place. It was an 8K race. 13. John Kwamya 26:13, 43. Corey Ennist 29:26.
Northeastern University at Quad Meet on 9/9. 9. Erin Ballard 18:50, 26. Laura McCloskey 20:17
SUNY Geneseo: 9/3 Buffalo State Invite – 34. Sally Briggs 21:01; 9/10 Oswego Invite 19:49. Geneseo women won both invitationals.

9/12 I'm just getting starting checking out John Jay alumni results from the early college season. Dan Jordy is working on his Masters Degree at Binghamton and is using his remaining year of eligibility. He is the captain of the cross country team. At the Colgate Invite on Sept. 3 he finished 23rd in 28:54 and at the Binghamton Invite he finished 68th in a time of 28:47. John Kwamya and Corey Ennist ran their first races for Marist at Sunken Meadow State Park on a course they ran a few times in high school. John had a solid race in the mid 17's, Corey was not as pleased and did not tell me his time.

9/12 The cross country season has started! The Patriot boys opened their season with a 9th place finish at the Big Purple Invitational in Warwick. 28. Brian Ivory 17:58, 29. Matt Milanesi 17:59, 35. Sean O'Brien 18:30, 51. Kyle Hotaling 19:55, 52. Gomba 19:57, 54. Rich Bronnenkant 20:11, and 57. Zibrin 21:04.

9/6 Happy 40th Birthday Bonnie!

9/5 Mad Dash: What an incredible September day. Everyone enjoy the next two months, they are the best months of the year. Lots of members of the masters training group were in Rhinebeck for one of the best local race days. Both the 5K and the 10K had strong fields in all age groups.
5K: 16. Glen Brent 18:46 (1st 50-59) 23. Gil Anderson 19:31 (3rd 50-59) 34. Steve Perks 20:36 72. Lori Cassia Decker 23:20
10K: 5. Kieran Stack 35:37 (1st 40-49) 6. Marisa Hanson 36:30 (1st female) 16. Jeff Nero 39:26 (1st 50-59) 20. Connie Seigh 40:24 (1st 30-39) 22. Bonnie Nussbickel 40:27) (2nd 30-39) 31. Mary Hurlely Weeks 42:31 (3rd 40-49) 68. Jeff Weeks 46:58 70. Dale Nussbickel 47:04

8/29 Jeff Nero returned to the racing scene with an age group win at the Walkill 5K. His time of 19:07 was also good enough for 8th overall in the race.

8/28 Chris Thater Memorial 5K in Binghamton: Marisa Hanson finished 1st in the Master's Division and 6th overall in the outstanding time of 17:22. Bonnie Nussbickel finished 2nd in her age group with a time of 19:21. The race was run in warm and very humid conditions.

Thank You!

The party/picnic at Lori's was great. Thanks for the birthday wishes and all the kind words. The practices and the Empire Games were a wonderful experience for all of us. Please keep me posted on what you are all up to. I will post any results you send me so that everyone can keep track of how the crew is doing.

8/25 It has been a very eventful and exciting last couple of weeks. I spent almost a week at The Running School. For those of you that don't know what that's about, it's a high school cross country camp. There were 420 campers there this year from all over the east coast. The camp is staffed by some of the best high school coaches in New York State. For the kids it is a week of running(twice a day), learning (seminars on any topic you can think of related to running, demonstrations, guest speakers) and socializing with over 400 other kids whose favorite sport is running. My week got broken up by a trip home for my son Josh's wedding. It was a wonderful day. The bride glowed and the groom grinned. The ceremony was held on a hill overlooking the Hudson River. Somewhere in all of this I turned 59.

Ted Turner Signs Pro Contract

John Jay alumni Ted Turner (2001) has signed a contract to run for the Indiana Invaders. He is moving to Indiana and will train under Coach Greg Harger. Ted had a very solid career as a Patriot. He was the team's first finisher when they won the NYS Cross Country Championships in 2000. Ted went on to SUNY Geneseo where he really blossomed as a XC, 5K, 10K runner, achieving All-American status many times.

8/11 Masters Training crew results from the Locust Grove Summer Trail 5K
4. Connie Seigh 20:13 1st female
5. Glen Brent 20:30 1st 50-59
27. Bill Rosenberg 25:17 1st 60+
37. Sue O'Neil 27:41 2nd 30-39
52. Nancy Swanson 30:37 1st 60+

Mary Hurley-Weeks and Bonnie Nussbickel meet National Masters News All-American Standard in the 1500 m run! Kieran Stack and Marisa Hanson in 5K!

With their times from the ESG Mary and Bonnie have met the standard for National Masters News All-Americans. Bonnie ran the 1500 in 5:18.2 bettering the standard for the 35-59 age group of 5:20. Mary bettered the 5:30 standard for the 40-44 age group with a time of 5:29.2. Marisa's time in the 5K of 17:53.09 was well under the 40-45 age standard and Kieran's time of 16:13.12 bettered the 40-44 standard of 16:15. A number of other members of the Masters Training Group came very close.

10k Road Race Results

8. Glen Brent 50-54 39:36.40 GOLD MEDAL
9. Connie Seigh Open Division 39:45.24 GOLD MEDAL
43. Lori Cassia-Decker 45-59 48:54.85 SILVER MEDAL
44. Bill Rosenberg Open Division 48:58.80
96. Barbara Carson 40-44 1:02.01
98. Judy Proal 50-55 1:01.52 BRONZE MEDAL
100. Lynn Kopac 50-55 1:05.22

Day 2 – Another Super Day

WOMEN'S OPEN 5K
GOLD MEDAL: Marisa Hanson – 17:53.09

5K – men
40-44 age group
Gold Medal: Kieran Stack – 16:13.12
Bronze Medal: Ed Fitzmaurice – 18:20.78
45-49 age group
Vince Veltre – 19:11.88
50-54 age group
Silver Medal: Gil Anderson – 19:53.78
55-59 age group
Silver Medal: Pat DeHaven – 18:58.29
60-64 age group
Silver Medal: Bill Rosenberg – 22:03.71

400 m dash – Women
40-44 age group
Gold Medal: Maryann Ceriello – 75.37

400 m dash – men
35-39 age group
Chris Wimmers – 58.58

200 m dash – women
40-44 age group
Gold Medal: Maryann Ceriello – 34.64
Silver Medal: Barbara Carson – 36.90
60-64 age group
Bronze Medal: Nancy Swanson – 37.72

200 m dash – men
45-49 age group
Charlie Shirk – 28.58
Kevin Dollard – 29.53
50-54 age group
Gil Anderson – 30.94

1500 m run – women
35-39 age group
Silver Medal: Bonnie Nussbickel – 5:18.05

4
0-44 age group
Silver Medal: Mary Hurley-Weeks – 5:29.20
50-54 age group
Gold Medal: Sally Saretto – 6:24.28

1500 m run – men
45-49 age group
Gold Medal: John Dean – 4:43.48
50-54 age group
Silver Medal: Glen Brent – 4:57.70
Bronze Medal: Gil Andersn – 5:27.56
60-64 age group
Bronze Medal: Bill Rosenberg – 6:06.54

Women's 4 x 400 meter relay
30-34 age group – GOLD MEDAL
Mary Hurley-Weeks – 70.4
Courtney Harding – 81.4
Vicki Barber – 85.9
Connie Seigh – 71.2
Total time – 5:09.20

40-44 age group – GOLD MEDAL
Lori Cassia Decker – 80.1
Chris Walsh – 89.1
Mary Veltre – 82.8
Maryann Ceriello – 80.4
Total time – 5:32.56

50-54 age group – SILVER MEDAL
Deborah Schwartz – 78.8
Nancy Swanson – 86.3
Sally Saretto – 84.9
Judy Proal – 92.9
Total time – 5:43.25

Men's 4 x 400 m relay
60-64 age group – GOLD MEDAL
Bill Rosenberg
Total time – 5:19.48

John Jay alumni results: Tom Hyatt – 6th in the pentathlon; Rob Giandalone – 9th in the high jump at 1.86 meters.

Coach Matt Uzinski won a Silver Medal in the Open 1500 in a time of 4:08.32.

Awesome opening day for the Masters Training Group: 16 medals!

These are the results I have for the first day of competion. I've included the results of some local runnrs who are regulars at the twilight track series but were not part of the training group.

10K
40-44 age group
Gold Medal: Ed Fitzmaurice – 38:19.75
50-54 age group

Gold Medal: Gil Anderson – 41:21.47

100 m dash – Men
45-49 age group
Kevin Dollard – 14.89 (fell at the start)
50-54 age group
Silver Medal: John Brooks – 13.05
60-64 age group
Bill Rosenberg – 16.87

100 m dash – Women
60-64 age group
Silver Medal – Nancy Swanson – 17.94

High Jump
45-49 age group
Charlie Shirk – 1.40 meters

800 m run – Women
35-39 age group
Silver Medal: Connie Seigh – 2:36.0
Bronze Medal: Bonnie Nussbickel – 2:37.25
Alyson Shank – 2:38.78
40-44 age group
Silver Medal: Mary Hurley-Weeks – 2:40.49
Bronze Medal: Maryann Ceriello – 2:59.90
45-59 age group
Gold Medal: Lori Cassia Decker – 2:59.53
Silver Medal: Mary Veltre – 3:16.36
50-54 age group
Gold Medal: Sally Saretto – 3:07.57
Silver Medal: Judy Proal – 3:09.95

800 m run – Men
35-39 age group
Chris Wimmers – 2:13.65
45-49 age group
Bronze Medal: Harry Owens – 2:24.65

50-54 age group
Gold Medal: Glen Brent – 2:21.94
Bronze Medal: John Brooks – 2:28.07
Gil Anderson – ??
55-59 age group
Jeff Nero would have easily won a gold medal. Due to a bad back he had to pull out at the last minute.
60-64 age group
Bronze Medal: Bill Rosenberg – 2:48.02

400m Intermediate Hurdles
Silver Medal: Roy Arnesen – 73.47

Women's 4 x 800 meter relay – GOLD MEDAL
Deborah Schwartz – 3:05.7
Nancy Swanson – 3:21.3
Sally Saretto – 3:15.2
Judy Proal – 3:27.4

Total time: 13:09.77

Mens's 4 x 800 m relay 60-64 Gold Medal
Bill Rosenberg – 2:57
Total team time: 11:57.51

Mens 4 x 800 m relay 40-44 – Silver Medal
John Brooks
Gil Anderson – 2:41
Harry Owens
Total team time – 10:52.25

2000 m steeplechase
60-64 age group
Gold Medal: Dan Bigelow – 9:28.7

Bronze Medal: John Jay graduate Sally Briggs in the open division 10,000 meter run in 43:28.42

Tom Hyatt was in 8th place in the decathlon after day 1.

Much thanks to Rich and Marisa for putting on another outstanding edition of the Twilight Track Series. They managed to get in all four meets despite less than ideal conditions. Turnouts were excellent on all four nights with some of the best times were run in the adult races in a few years.

7/13 Twilight Track Meet #2: Despite another rainy night there was an excellent turnout. Rich had to cancel the cross country race again because of the field conditions, but everything else went on as planned. Check Thursday's Poughkeepsie Journal for results. Hopefully this Friday will bring better weather.

7/7 Some general updates from the Empire Training Group. Glen Brent ran a 5K this past weekend finishing 30 out of 590 and 3rd in the 50-59 age group. He ran an excellent time of 18:45. Vince Veltre and Connie Seigh went to the Father Mooney 8 mile race in Mahopac on July 4. Connie finished as 3rd woman overall in 52:54. Vince continues to get stronger and finished in 56:09.

A couple of more updates on John Jay alumni who will be participating at the Empire State Games. Sally Briggs will run the 10K on the track, Tom Hyatt will be in the decathlon and Rob Giandalone will be high jumping. Rob was a 6' 4" jumper back in his John Jay days.

Twilight track meet #1: At 5PM we were setting up for the first Twilight Track meet of the season and the skies were generally looking good. By 5:30 it was getting a little dark and at a few minutes after 6:00 one of the strongest thunderstorms I've seen in a long time struck. At 6:45 the sun came out, we were treated to a beautiful rainbow and by about 7:00 the meet was underway. It was amazing how many people braved the storm sitting in their cars or huddled under the little pavilion. The wind blew so hard that the rain was actually going sideways so those of us under the pavilion ended up getting at least somewhat wet. The only concession that had to be made for the weather was the cancellation of the cross country race. All of the kids and adult races were run with excellent participation in all of them. If the results become available I will post them.

6/21 Empire State Games tryouts at Dietz Stadium. Triple jump: Ryan Joyce 41' 6", Chris Turchioe 37' 11". In the 800 m run Joe Mueckenheim ran 1:59. After the first day Tom Hyatt and Kevin O'Connell were 1st and 3rd in the decathlon. Chris Wimmers from the masters training group ran the 800 in 2:19 and the 400 in 60.

6/20 New World Record in 100 m dash for 95-99 men's age group! Kozo Haraguchi of Japan ran 22.04 to break the old record by more than 2 seconds. Haraguchi also holds the 90-94 world record at 18.08 seconds.

6/18 The John Jay DMR ran 10:27 and took 6th in their heat at Nike Outdoor Nationals. Splits were: Corey Ennist 3:13, Tom Hyatt 52.8, Joe Mueckenheim 1:57.3 and John Kwamya 4:24. Congrats on a great race!!

6/18 Empire Training Group – Results from McDonald/Cruise Races
5K Results
7. Jeff Nero 19:19 (1st 50-59), 8. Glen Brent 19:40 (2nd 50-59), 9. Gil Anderson 19:46 (3rd 50-59), 11. Vince Veltre 20:34 (2nd 40-49), 22. Lori Decker 23:09, 28. Judy Proal 23:47 (1st 50-59), Mary Veltre 25:33 (3rd 40-49), 49. Nancy Swanson 27:17 (1st 60-69)

10K Results
5. Connie Seigh 40:17 (1st female), 19. Pat DeHaven 45:12 (3rd 50-59)

John Jay Alumni in the 10K: 9. Rob Giandalone 42:58 (2nd 20-29), 17. Sally Briggs 45:07 (3rd female)

Mid-Hudson Road Runners Club Masters Meet
June 16, 2005
Union Vale Middle School

100 meter dash
Place Name Time Age Qualified
1. John Brooks 12.6 50 *
2. Robert Mascetta 13.7 36
3. Charles Shirk 14.0 49
4. Kevin Dollard 14.3 49
5. Bill Rosenberg 16.6 64
6 . Charlie Sprauer 18.2 68
7 . Nancy Swanson 18.5 61 *

200 meter dash
Place Name Time Age Qualified
1. John Brooks 25.4 50 *
2. Charles Shirk 28.5 49 *
3. Kevin Dollard 29.1 49 *
4. Gaetana Cincotta 31.0 44
5. Gil Anderson 31.2 50 *
6. Maryann Ceriello 38.2 44 *
7. Barbara Carson 39.4 44
8. Nancy Swanson 40.1 61 *

400 meter dash
Place Name Time Age Qualified
1. John Brooks 60.8 50 *
2. Bill Rosenberg 79.2 64
3. Maryann Ceriello 79.2 44
4 . Barbara Carson 1:32.0 44
5. Nancy Swanson 1:34.1 61 *

800 meter run
Place Name Time Age Qualified
1. Chris Wimmers 2:24.7 35
2. Jeff Nero 2:26.7 55 *
3. Glen Brent 2:31.4 50 *
4. Gaetana Cincotta 2:31.7 44
5. Gil Anderson 2:37.1 50 *
6. Connie Seigh 2:45.3 36 *
7. Alyson Shank 2:50.1 35 *
8. Bonnie Nussbickel 2:56.7 39 *
9. Mary Hurley Weeks 3:00.6 43 *
10. Dan Bigelow 3:04.9 60 *
11. Mary Veltre 3:12.5 45 *
12. Judy Proal 3:14.4 53 *
13. Maryann Ceriello 3:16.3 44 *
14. Lori Cassia Decker 3:21.1 45 *
15. Susanne O’Neil 3:28.5 33
16. Sally Saretto 3:30.8 53 *
17. Nancy Swanson 3:51.6 61 *

1500 meter run
Place Name Time Age Qualified
1. Glen Brent 5:05.5 50 *
2. Gil Anderson 5:11.5 50 *
3. Pat DeHaven 5:20.3 55 *
4. Alyson Shank 5:28.0 36 *
5. Bonnie Nussbickel 5:38.2 39 *
6. Mary Hurley Weeks 5:55.0 43 *
7. Dan Bigelow 6:08.8 60 *
8. Sally Saretto 6:49.5 53 *

5000 meter run
Place Name Time Age Qualified
1. Kieran Stack 16:33.8 42 *
2. Ed Fitzmaurice 18:07.8 44 *
3. Glen Brent 19:22.7 50 *
4. Vince Veltre 19:46.7 47
5. Pat DeHaven 20:15.5 55 *

6/4 Empire Training Group Updates: Glen Brent ran a 5K in Kinderhook on Saturday finishing 15th overall and 1st 50-54 in a time of 19:04. Pat DeHaven ran the Orange Classic 10K on Sunday in brutally hot and humid weather. He took 2nd in the 55-59 age group in a time just over 43 minutes.

6/12 Coach Uzi won the 1500 at the Long Island Empire State Games qualifier and will be running at the games this summer at Arlington High School. Times were slow on a very hot day.

6/12 Now that he has graduated college, Patriot alum Ted Turner has hit the road racing scene. Last weekend he ventured down to Westchester County and won the North County News 5K in a time of 15:16. Congrats!

John Jay Boys' 4 X 800m Relay Earns Medals at State Meet

The team of John Kwamya (2:01.5), Joe Mueckenheim (1:58.5), Corey Ennist (1:59.5) and Sean O' Brien (2:02.5) finished 8th in the Federation Meet with a time of 8:02.37. Sean was added as a last minute replacement and ran an 8 second PR to hold on to that 8th spot for the Patriots. Congrats to Coach Uzi for putting together an outstanding team. Special congrats to Sean for his amazing performance. Tom Hyatt finished 10th in the pentathlon with a score of 2986 points. Simon Wong leaped 42' 8" in the triple jump for a 13th place finish.

6/4 Vassar Brothers Hospital 10K and 2 mile. The Empire States training crew ran awesome again.
10K:
6th overall/1st 50 – 59. Jeff Nero 39:41
7th overall/1st female. Connie Seigh 40:39
9th overall/2nd 50-59. Glen Brent 40:56
14th overall/3rd 50-59. Steve Perks 42:49
38th overall/1st 50-59. Judy Proal 51:01
68th overall/6th 50-59. Lynne Kopac

2 mile:
1st overall. Gil Anderson 11:53
2nd overall/1st 30-39. Chris Wimmers 12:21
12th overall/2nd 40-49. Charlie Shirk 14:42
13th overall/2nd 60-69. Bill Rosenberg 14:47
15th overall/1st 50-59. Deborah Schwartz 15:04
16th overall/2nd 40-49. Mary Veltre 15:13
19th overall/1st 30-39. Sue O'Neil 15:57
20th overall/1st 60-69. Nancy Swanson 16:27

6/4 Freihofer Womens 5K: 26th overall/3rd Masters – Marisa Hanson 17:25

5/31 Woodstock Memorial Day 5k/15k races. Nancy Swanson continued her comeback into competitive running with another age group victory. She completed the 5K course in 26:42 to take the 60-69 age group. Jeff Nero took 7th overall and 2nd in the 50-59 age group in the 5K with a time of 19:08. Connie Seigh placed 17th overall, 3rd woman and 1st in her age group on the rolling 15K course. Her time was 1:02:37 which is 6:44 per mile average. Gil Anderson ran the 5K two days after he joined 50+ age group and finished 4th or 5th.

5/31 Eastern States Championships: The John Jay SMR of Tom Hyatt (23.9), Kevin O'Connell (23.9), Joe Mueckenheim (51.7) and Corey Ennist (1:57.5) took 3rd in 3:37.23. Great job!!

5/30 From the masters Empire State Games training crew: Congrats to Sally Saretto on her 4:23.38 time at the Vermont City Marathon. Sally was 1472 out of 2460 runners and 16 out of the 45 women in her age group. Other locals: 8. Mike Slinskey 2:38:44, Dunkin Larkin 2:38:51, 8th woman Conni Grace 3:05.27, Greg Barber 3:07.14, Steven Cangemi 3:13:56, Paul Fitzpatrick 3:14.16, Matt Beatrice 3:28:51, Courtney Harding 3:37:12, Angelo Gaetano 3:44:58, Scott Davis 3:47:42, Michael Hardgrove 3:46:08, Devvie Beatrice 4:08:33, Cynthia Kirtland 4:15:10, James Daley 4:14:00, Cornell Dawson 4:43:16, Sally Dwyer-McNulty 4:55:32, Lisa Dibbell 4:55:47, Tracy Jacobi 5:15:24, Kim Brandy 5:29:25, Harmony Jakubil 5:29:26, Lewis Wrobel 5:38:23

5/29 Alumni update: Ted Turner finished up his college career at Geneseo with two All American performances at the D3 NCAA Championships. Ted finished 3rd in the 5K in 14:44.16 and 4th in the 10K in 30:47.60. Yes, a 5K and 10K in the same meet. That gave Ted 6 All American designations in his super college career. Congrats!!

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