Skip to navigation Skip to content Skip to footer

Bulldogs finish strong at NEICAAA Championships

Bulldogs finish strong at NEICAAA Championships

BOSTON, MASS. – The Bryant University cross country teams competed in the NEICAAA Championships this morning in Boston. Matthew McGovern (Long Beach, N.Y) was the top finisher for the men, while Breann Campise (Tolland, Conn.) led the way for the women.

The women rounded out the 24 spot while the men marked their best all-time finish at the NEICAAA Championships. 

TEAM RESULTS (WOMEN)

Boston College – 27

MIT – 78

Quinnipiac – 122

New Hampshire – 127

Stonehill – 159

Dartmouth – 189

Northeastern – 191

Tufts – 222

UMass Amherst – 283

Central Connecticut – 285

Sacred Heart – 299

Holy Cross – 307

Merrimack – 343

Brown – 347

Rhode Island – 353

Bowdoin – 441

SNHU – 490

Maine – 521

Fairfield – 567

America International – 584

Assumption – 584

Hartford – 588

St. Anselm – 628

Bryant – 742

TEAM RESULTS (MEN)

UMass Amherst – 84

Northeastern – 116

MIT – 125

Stonehill – 150

America International – 158

Dartmouth – 162

Quinnipiac – 216

SNHU – 225

UMass Lowell – 239

Boston College – 244

Bowdoin – 268

Central Connecticut – 274

New Hampshire – 296

Rhode Island – 406

Holy Cross – 475

Merrimack – 495

Assumption – 498

Maine – 499

Boston U – 505

Bridgewater St. – 518

Bryant – 519

Hartford – 585

Sacred Heart – 628

Fairfield – 638

Fitchburg St. – 655

St. Anselm – 751

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS (WOMEN)

Breann Campise – 20:41.6

Julia Ayres – 21:17.7

Sarah Freeman – 21:33.0

Ellie Goyette – 21:54.4

Caroline Meizen – 22:15.4

Kierstin Lock – 22:22.8

Meagan Odell – 24:27.7

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS (MEN)

Matt McGovern – 26:10.9

Jason Dolan – 26:19.8

Noah Tellier – 27:04.3

Robert McCabe – 27:43.3

Peter Theuerkauf – 28:16.9

Jordan Dagrin – 28:51.5

Alexander Duncan – 29:02.0

MEET NOTES

  • McGovern jumped up 73 spots from the last time Bryant ran in the NEICAAA's in 2016, and improved his time by 40 seconds.
  • Jason Dolan (Westford, Mass.) finished in the top 100 out of 189 male runners. The rookie improved his time from the Bulldogs last meet at the Ted Owens Invitational by over a minute.
  • Campise ran in the same meet in 2016 and improved her time by about 20 seconds and climbed 64 spots to finish 132 out of 168 female participants.

UP NEXT

The Bulldogs are back in action next week as they travel to Vermont to compete in the Vermont Fall Foliage Invitational on Saturday, October 13.