PRINCETON, N.J. – The Yale men's cross country team competed today at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships, hosted by Princeton. The Bulldogs finished seventh with 176 points. Princeton took home the team championship on the men's side.
Trevor Reinhart was the top finisher for the Bulldogs, moving up 12 spots over the final two miles to take 30th place with a time of 25:25.9. He was followed by Cade Brown, Jonathan Lomogda and Robert Miranda, who placed 32nd, 35th and 39th, respectively, with times of 25:28.3, 25:33.1 and 25:39.3. Charlie Gardner rounded out the top five for the Bulldogs with his 46th-place finish and time of 25:43.2. Hugh Sadler and Allen Siegler were the sixth and seventh Bulldogs to finish, placing back-to-back 53rd and 54th, with times of 25:52.1 and 25:53.3.
The Bulldogs worked well as a group together this morning – keeping their spread tight throughout the race. Given that the conditions were sloppy and wet, there was a lot for the Bulldogs to take away going into the rest of the post season. The Bulldogs will next compete in Buffalo, N.Y., at the NCAA Northeast Regional meet.
Results from today's Ivy Heps can be found here.
Report by Zachary Capello '19, Yale Sports Publicity