BETHLEHEM, Pa.--The Connecticut College men's cross country team traveled to the Keystone State to compete in the Paul Short Invitational hosted by Lehigh University this weekend.
The Camels were the seventh fastest Division III school in the field, placing 15th out of 45 teams in the Brown Race with a score of 524 points.
Freshman Danny Aschale (pictured, Cambridge, Mass.) posted a time of 25:40 to lead the Camels in 71st place on the 8000 meter course. Senior Ben Bosworth (Dorchester, Mass.) placed 94th in the field with a time of 25:49. Sophomore Price Day (Harvard, Mass.) was the third Camel to complete the course in the Keystone State today, posting a time of 25:57 to finish in 113th place.
Senior Zander Mintz (East Windsor, N.J.) was next in 121st place with a time of 25:59. Junior Connor Trapp (Wilmette, Ill.) posted a time of 26:09 to finish in 140th place for the Camels. Sophomore Russell Adam (Cheshire, Conn.) placed 184th in the field with a time of 26:27.
Junior Jordan Comeau (Winchendon, Mass.) finished in 243rd place with a time of 26:56.