<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%> 06 Little Three Men

LITTLE THREE CHAMPIONSHIP

RUN AT AMHERST COLLEGE 10/20/06

Amherst College Recap at the bottom of page

TEAM SCORES
1. WILLIAMS 26, 2. AMHERST 52, 3. WESLEYAN 55

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS


1. Harrison Lakehomer AMHERST 26:32.3 1
2. Connor Kamm WILLIAMS 26:32.8 2
3. JON King WESLEYAN 26:36.4 3
4. Corey Levin WILLIAMS 26:36.8 4
5. Brendan Christian WILLIAMS 26:37.2 5
6. Tomas Morrissey AMHERST 26:39.9 6
7. MIKE DAVITIAN WILLIAMS 26:44.1 7
8. Corey Watts WILLIAMS 26:46.6 8
9. Sean Watson WESLEYAN 26:47.9 9
10. COLIN CARROLL WILLIAMS 26:49.4 P
11. CHRIS ELLIS-FERRARA WILLIAMS 26:52.8 P
12. Edgar Kosgey WILLIAMS 26:54.4 -
13. Jeffrey Perlis WILLIAMS 26:54.8 -
14. Morgan Seybert WILLIAMS 26:57.1 -
15. SEAN Hyland WILLIAMS 26:57.7 -
16. BILL FERENCE WILLIAMS 26:59.6 -
17. ANDA Greeney WESLEYAN 27:00.9 12
18. ALEX Battagliano WESLEYAN 27:02.7 13
19. Daniel Murner AMHERST 27:09.8 14
20. Eric Holaday AMHERST 27:17.6 15
21. Stephen VanWert WILLIAMS 27:21.6 -
22. Brooks Udelsman WILLIAMS 27:24.2 -
23. Cooper Knowlton AMHERST 27:26.7 16
24. Nathaniel Freese AMHERST 27:28.0 P
25. Jonah Blumstein WESLEYAN 27:28.4 18
26. John Babbott AMHERST 27:34.0 P
27. NATHAN HUDDELL WESLEYAN 27:34.8 P
28. Benjamin Swimm WILLIAMS 27:37.3 -
29. Tom Anderson AMHERST 27:40.1 -
30. MIKE Brady WESLEYAN 27:40.6 P
31. Jeff Stenzel WILLIAMS 27:41.1 -
32. Peter Foote AMHERST 27:41.6 -
33. Aaron Schwartz WILLIAMS 27:47.2 -
34. Robert Boley AMHERST 27:50.9 -
35. EDWARD Kenney WESLEYAN 27:51.3 -
36. Macklin Chaffee WILLIAMS 27:53.4 -
37. Carlyle Eubank AMHERST 27:55.3 -
38. Sam Jackson WILLIAMS 27:56.5 -
39. Steve Jackson WILLIAMS 27:56.8 -
40. William Bell AMHERST 27:57.2 -
41. ANDY Stevenson WILLIAMS 27:57.9 -
42. NICK HOLOWKA WESLEYAN 27:58.6 -
43. Mike Harbus AMHERST 27:59.6 -
44. Grant Burgess WILLIAMS 28:03.7 -
45. David Rogawski WILLIAMS 28:06.2 -
46. Richard Wilson AMHERST 28:09.5 -
47. Jim Clayton WILLIAMS 28:18.6 -
48. Jimmy Swanson AMHERST 28:26.2 -
49. Christopher Foster WESLEYAN 28:27.0 -
50. Matt Kane WILLIAMS 28:32.9 -
51. Romulo Cabeza AMHERST 28:35.6 -
52. Matthew Simonson WILLIAMS 28:48.0 -
53. Ryan Ford WILLIAMS 28:50.6 -
54. Jared Oubre WILLIAMS 28:56.2 -
55. Cullen Roberts WILLIAMS 29:01.2 -
56. MATT Franco WESLEYAN 29:03.4 -
57. Robert Brickley WILLIAMS 29:07.1 -
58. Kit Callahan AMHERST 29:07.4 -
59. Andy Schmegel WILLIAMS 29:13.4 -
60. Thomas Akita WESLEYAN 29:19.5 -
61. JARED Strait WILLIAMS 29:22.3 -
62. Justin Spring WESLEYAN 29:34.5 -
63. Dan Gura WILLIAMS 29:37.1 -
64. David Tassone WESLEYAN 29:39.8 -
65. Stephen Grigelevich AMHERST 29:40.2 -
66. Brad Litchfield WESLEYAN 29:53.6 -
67. Frederick Zenker WESLEYAN 29:54.3 -
68. Daniel Golub WILLIAMS 30:06.6 -
69. William Fairhurst AMHERST 30:07.8 -
70. Eric Glustrom AMHERST 30:08.2 -
71. Sam Blackshear WILLIAMS 30:08.5 -
72. Doug Smythe WILLIAMS 30:28.0 -
73. Sam Hayman AMHERST 30:30.6 -
74. Schuyler Hall WILLIAMS 30:34.5 -
75. Kurry Tran WESLEYAN 30:57.0 -
76. Christophe D-Guillaumin WILLIAMS 31:00.5 -
77. Nelson Norsworthy WESLEYAN 31:03.8 -
78. CHRIS Furlong WILLIAMS 31:09.1 -
79. Jay Cox-Chapman WILLIAMS 31:31.4 -
80. Ben Klein AMHERST 31:40.3 -
81. Shane Bobrycki WILLIAMS 31:48.0 -
82. Jason Copelas WILLIAMS 32:09.2 -
83. Jack Kiley AMHERST 32:14.2 -
84. Mitchell Goldfarb WESLEYAN 32:14.6 -
85. Peter Nunns WILLIAMS 32:25.4 -
86. Benjamin Kolesar WILLIAMS 32:52.9 -
87. Stephen Stewart AMHERST 33:04.5 -

 

Meet Recap:

Runner of the Meet - Harrison Lakehomer & John Babbott

The teams took to their home course in the annual Little Three Championships in front of a loud and raucous crowd of family and friends. With the soaking rains from the night before leaving standing water puddles on the field loop portion of the course, it was cross country racing at its finest. The men knew that it was going to be a battle this year, and while the depth of Williams squad could be seen clearly on the starting line, it was also very visible as the race progressed. In the middle of the race, Tomas Morrissey controlled the pace, and was joined in the front by Harrison Lakehomer, and in the last mile of the race, Harrison took the lead and held on to win the race over a fast charging Williams runner - Amherst's first individual winner since Rob Mitchell in 1998. Tomas, on the road back from injury raced tough to grab 6th, but will certainly be a threat in the coming weeks. Looking to try and topple Wesleyan - ranked 22nd in the latest NCAA Polls - first years Daniel Murner and Eric Holaday crossed the line in 19th and 20th, just behind the Wesleyan 3-4 runners. Seniors Cooper Knowlton and Nate Freese finished in front of the Wesleyan 5th runner, to grab the runner-up spot by 3 points 52-55. John Babbott had a strong race, as he cracked the Top 7 for the first time this season. Tommy Anderson continues his great first year, as he had another strong race, while Peter Foote came in a few steps after him. Robert Boley, Carlyle Eubank and William Bell all came in within seconds of each other, and under 28 minutes. Jimmy Swanson and Rom Cabeza both ran considerably faster then they had in the early meet this year, as did first year runners Kit Callahan, Steve Grigelevich and Will Fairhurst. Jack Kiley returned to action for the first time since last winter, as he had been out with an injury.