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Saints Take 19th At Hornet Harrier

Saints Take 19th At Hornet Harrier

KERNSTOWN, Va. - The Marymount University men's cross country team took the gravel for the first time since the beginning of September on Saturday, taking 19th place at the Hornet Harrier on Kernstown Battlefield.

Hosted by Shenandoah University, the Saints scored 515 points on the 6K course, led by sophomore Matthew Thies with a 109th finish out of 199 runners, clocking a time of 22:37.1.

Not far behind him was sophomore Brendan O'Brien, coming in at 22:55.7 for 117th. 

Running side by side at the end were freshman Kevin Umanzor and junior Paolo Rivas, crossing in 156th and 157th, in that order, with times of 24:42.9 and 24:46.5.

Freshman Gustavo Barrera rounded out the scoring for the Saints with a time of 27:33.5 for 174th, while freshman Vincent Cassano wrapped up the group with a time of 28:11.2 for 178th. 

The Saints continue the season next Saturday, October 5 at the Paul Short Invitational, hosted by Lehigh University.