Men's Cross Country

Freshmen make strong collegiate debut as men's cross country places fourth at Finger Lakes meet

Freshmen make strong collegiate debut as men's cross country places fourth at Finger Lakes meet

CANANDAIGUA, New York - The Columbus State men's cross country team finished in fourth place out of ten teams at the Bruce Bridgeman Collegiate XC Invitational on Saturday.

Hosted by Finger Lakes Community College, the meet featured 76 runners from NCAA D2, NCAA D3, NJCAA D2, and NJCAA D3 schools. Leading the Cougars was freshman Adam Glass, who placed fifth overall with a 31:49 time in the eight kilometer race. Glass was beaten only by Le Moyne College runners, a NCAA D2 school out of Syracuse, New York.

Freshman Cody Null was also a top ten finisher with a 32:20 time, placing him in eighth overall. Sophomores Jesus Davis and Thomas Shaw ran 25:32 and 35:26 for a 26th and 31st place finish. Freshman Zach Leahy rounded out the Cougars' scoring with a 39:28 time for a 46th place finish.

For complete results of the meet, click here.

Next up for the Cougars is the Otterbein Invitational on Saturday, September 17 at the Lehman Cross Country Course in Westerville, Ohio. Race set to begin at 10:45 a.m.