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Syracuse, NY – Le Moyne College’s women’s and men’s cross country teams finished third overall at the annual Frank Dillon Memorial Invitation held here at Le Moyne College.Senior Camryn Cortez (Syracuse NY/Westhill) Finishing in 8th place led the girls to 3rd place, and the redshirt sophomore Matt Bartolotta (Syracuse, NY/West Genesee) 2nd place followed by 2nd year students in red shirts Nicholas Berg (Minoa, NY/East Syracuse-Minoa) Finishing in 3rd place also led the men’s team to a 3rd place finish.

‘It’s good to be back in racing,’ said head coach Robin Weales“This race was a bit of a rusty race. But we need to tighten up the top five to bring down the scores. I think in the coming weeks we’ll see the scorers grow. Just like people think about cross-country.” As an individual sport, a teammate makes an individual better.I’m looking forward to racing at Vassar next week and I’m sure we’ll see great progress.”

SUNY ESF dominated the men’s 6-kilometer course with 42 points, followed by Daemen with 59 points, one point ahead of Le Moyne, and the Dolphins in third overall.

Bartolotta, who is in his second season, was second with 21:00.7, followed by Berg with 21:07.5. Sophomore Jack Gibson (Irion, NY/Central Valley Academy) Finished 8th with a time of 21:37.2 maxwell serling (Rochester, NY/Pittsford Mendon) 17th at 22:09:06. Sophomore Evan Breitbeck (Cicero, NY/Cicero-Northern Syracuse) He finished 32nd with a time of 23:03.7.

Daimon University won the women’s championship with 17 points, SUNY-ESF was second with 73 points, and the Dolphins were third with 86 points.

Cortes, who started this season, finished eighth with a time of 16:16.9. Sophomore Hilda Kiprono (Kenya Eldoret / Kapsabet Girls’ High School) He finished 17th with a time of 17:13.5, followed by a redshirt sophomore. Sofia Bisagnano (Albany, NY/Colony) 18th place with 17 minutes 18.2 seconds. Sophomore Anita Jeptylchil (Eldoret, Kenya) Finished 24th with a time of 17:46.8 Cleo Baker (Painted Post, NY/Corning-Painted Post)) finished 29th in 18:29.3.

The Dolphins will travel to Poughkeepsie, NY for the Ron Stonitsch Invitational at Vassar Farm on Saturday, September Start time is 10am.

Women’s team results
1. Daemen – 17, 2. SUNY-ESF – 73, 3. Le Moyne – 86, 4. Oswego – 110, 5. Morrisville – 151, 6. SUNY Broome – 154, 7. Cazenovia – 155.

Le Moine Women’s Individual Results
8. Camryn Cortez 16:16.9, 17. Hilda Kiprono 17:13.5, 18. Sofia Bisagnano 17:18.2, 24. Anita Jeptylchil 17:46.8, 29. Cleo Baker 18:29.3, 33. Catherine Durant 18:55.4, 37. Kayla Hungerford 19:37.2, 39. Haley Beckwith 19:42.0, 40. Delaney Manahan 19:42.1, 42. Maggie Casey 19:50.1, 44. chelsea dennison 20:04.8, 48. Juliana Szczek 20:54.0, 55. Olivia Snell 22:13.1, 62. Abigail Seaman 24:11.4.

Men’s team results
1. SUNY-ESF – 42, 2. Daemen – 59, 3. Le Moyne – 60, 4. Oswego – 81, 5. SUNY Broome – 120, 6. Morrisville – 142, 7. Onondaga CC – 200.

Le Moine Men’s Individual Results
2. Matthew Bartolotta 21:00.7, 3. Nicholas Berg 21:07.5, 8. Jack Gibson 21:37.2, 17. Maxwell Serling 22:09.6, 32. Evan Breitbeck 23:03.7, 38. Peyton Hirsch 23:46.9, 41. Joseph Pecoraro 23:52.9, 42. Alex Colonno 23:53.9, 44. Addin Potter 24:06.3, 47. Jacob Cotte 24:11.6, 65. Ben Stevens 25:49.9.

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