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Seahawks Come Off Break at Osprey Open

STOCKTON, N.J. – The St. Mary’s College of Maryland men’s cross country team came off of a two-week break in meets to compete in the Osprey Open on the campus of Stockton University Saturday morning (Sept. 21). 

 The Basics:

·        Place – 15th of 21 /427 points

·        Location – Stockton University – Stockton, N.J.

 St. Mary’s Top 5 Finishers:

  • Sophomore Tyler Wilson continued to lead the Seahawks running a 27:56.55 which was good enough for 47th overall. 
  • The next Seahawk to finish was first-year Nathan Sayers as he crossed the finish line at 31:30.24 for 135th place.  
  • Pieter Enkema came in at 146th and Robert Hamilton was right behind in 147th. Enkema ran a 32:16.70 and Hamilton was just barely behind him at 32:17.34. 
  • Rounding out the top five for the Seahawks was sophomore Frank Zimmer as he ran a 33:07.60. 

 Other Race Highlights

  • Stockton’s Daniel Do won was the first runner to cross the finish line with a time of 25:50.69.
  • Ramapo College earned the overall team win with a final score of 22 points.

 Seahawk Finishers (210 Runners): 47. Tyler Wilson135. Nathan Sayers146. Pieter Enkema147. Robert Hamilton; 154. Frank Zimmer

Up Next For the Seahawks 

  • Sept. 28 at the Shenandoah Hornet Harrier Invite | 9:00 A.M.| Winchester, Va. 

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