Bulldogs Place 2nd At Georgetown Invitational

Sept. 13, 2003

Results

GREAT MEADOWS, Va. - The Yale men's cross country team opened the 2003 season by finishing second with 46 points at the Georgetown Invitational. Georgetown, ranked 13th in the nation, won the Invitational with 17 points.

Freshman David Napper was the Bulldogs' top finisher. He placed fourth with a time of 22 minutes, 7 seconds. Freshman Andrew Pitts placed 10th in 22:33, sophomore Wyatt Golding was 11th (22:39) and sophomore Andrew Johnson was 12th (22:44).

"We ran very well," said Yale head coach Dan Ireland. "David Napper had a very good performance in his first collegiate race."

The Bulldogs are back in action when run in the Quinnipiac Invitational on September 26.

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