2-Johns Hopkins, 70
7-Franklin & Marshall, 185
1-Charlie Marquardt, HAV, 25:09.2
2-Jimmy Gorman, HAV, 25:13.4
3-Jaryd Flank, MUH, 25:18.9
4-Louis Levine, JHU, 25:23.1
5-Sam Fujimori, HAV, 25:24.2
6-Ben Taber, GET, 25:32.2
7-Elias Howard, DC, 25:35.5
8-Graham Peet, HAV, 25:38.5
9-Nick Gandolfo-Lucia, HAV, 25:39.4
10-Henry Woods, HAV, 25:39.7
11-Mike Brier, HAV, 25:41.8
12-Ryan Schwartz, JHU, 25:48.6
13-Mason Hepner, DC, 25:58.5
14-Dylan Verner-Christ, HAV, 26:03.4
Runner of the Year: Charlie Marquardt, HAV
Rookie of the Year: Graham Peet, HAV
Notable: Marquardt (Pasadena, Calif.) is just the fifth multiple Centennial Runner of the Year since 1993, joining Haverford's Karl Paranya (1994-95-96), J.B. Haglund (2000-01), Chris Stadler (2012-13) and Dickinson's Greg Leak (2008-09). He is the 18th Ford to win the individual title and led Haverford to its 20th team championship.
Haverford's 25 points is tied for the fifth-highest winning total in the meet's 23 years. Johns Hopkins posted the highest winning score, finishing with 34 points in 2013.
Graham Peet (Vashon, Wash.) is Haverford's first Centennial Rookie of the Year - awarded to the first freshman finisher in the championship race.
Jaryd Flank's (Easton, Pa.) third-place finish is the best ever by a Muhlenberg runner and he becomes the ninth Mule to earn first-team All-Centennial honors.
Gettysburg sophomore Ben Taber (Durham, Conn.) is the first Bullet to receive first-team All-Centennial honors since Brendan Clark in 1998.
Haverford raised its total of first-team All-Centennial runners to 92, well ahead of runnerup Dickinson who has 30. Franklin & Marshall, Johns Hopkins and Muhlenberg are next with nine, followed by Gettysburg (6), Swarthmore (4) and McDaniel (2). Ursinus has not had a runner earn first-team recognition.
October 31, 2015
Hosted by Johns Hopkins University
9:45 a.m. - Coaches meeting at the starting line
11 a.m. - Women's 6,000 meter race
12 p.m. - Men's 8,000 meter race
1:30 p.m. - Awards Ceremony near the main tent
Periscope coverage of finish line.
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