1-HAV 34, 2-JHU 43, 3-DC 107, 4-MUH 121, 5-SWA 151
6-GET 173, 7-F&M 179, 8-URS 199, 9-MCD 202
1-Jaryd Flank, MUH, 24:53.9
2-Henry Woods, HAV, 24:57.8
3-Schaffer Ochstein, JHU, 25:04.2
4-Louis Levine, JHU, 25:08.6
5-Ryan Herlihy, HAV, 25:10.9
6-Jimmy Gorman, HAV, 25:15.5
7-Ben Taber, GET, 25:20.3
8-Scott Pourshalchi, JHU, 25:34.7
9-Tom Pavarini, JHU, 25:39.3
10-Dylan Gearinger, HAV, 25:46.0
11-Graham Peet, HAV, 25:46.9
12-Greg Morgan, HAV, 25:47.3
13-Corey Mullins, MUH, 25:50.7
14-John Gagnon, SWA, 25:54.0
Runner of the Year: Jaryd Flank, Muhlenberg
Rookie of the Year: Bryce Descavish, Dickinson
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: John Gagnon, Swarthmore
Coach of the Year: Tom Donnelly, Haverford
Flank is the first Muhlenberg runner to capture the individual gold medal and earn Centennial Runner of the Year honors. It is his second consecutive first-team All-Centennial (top seven runners) honor.
Also earning back-to-back All-CC first-team honors were Johns Hopkins' Louis Levine, Haverford's Jimmy Gorman and Gettysburg's Ben Taber. Only 15 runners have garnered first-team All-Centennial three or more times and none since 2010.
Haverford placed three runners in the top seven to raise its all-time first-team All-Centennial selections to 95. Dickinson is a distant second with 30, followed by Johns Hopkins (11), Muhlenberg (10), Franklin & Marshall (9), Gettysburg (7), Swarthmore (4) and McDaniel (2).
Dickinson's Bryce Descavish finished 22nd overall and earned Centennial Rookie of the Year honors as the top first-year finisher. He is the first Red Devil to receive the award.
The nine-point differential (34-43) between Haverford and Johns Hopkins is the second smallest in the 24-year history of the championship meet. The Blue Jays edged Dickinson by five points (34-39) in 2013. The winning score of 34 ties for the highest in Conference meet history, equaling Hopkins' 2013 total.
Swarthmore's John Gagnon earned Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors. He has the top GPA among juniors and seniors on the All-Centennial first or second team.
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Haverford College, Haverford, Pa.
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