Cross country continues strong fall at New Englands

Cross country continues strong fall at New Englands

BOSTON -- Lynx cross country continued its strong fall showing on Saturday at the NEICAAA New England Championship, with the men finishing 38th and the women 42nd, respectively, among teams from throughout Divisions I, II and III.

Kyle Casiglio led the men, finishing 184th at 27:35. Freshman Evan Reseska followed, in 252nd at 29:11, and Max Bulger finished 254th at 29:15.

For the ladies, Leah Miller again led the Lynx. The sophomore finished in 189th place, at 20:47, while Elize McKelvey came in 208th at 21:09.

"It's great to take part in New England's this year," said Lynx head coach Dan Flynn.  "It is a great tradition and it is nice to see how we stack up against the best competition in the region across NCAA Divisions I, II and III." 

"Not many NCAA Division 3 runners can say they competed against the fastest runners int he country.  My hope is that this big race experience prepares us well for the NCAA Regionals in November."

Flynn's Lynx run again on Friday at 4 p.m. in the Saints Invitational hosted by Emmanuel College.