ANCHORMEN FINISH 27TH AT JAMES EARLEY INVITATIONAL

Junior Jeff Garson
Junior Jeff Garson

Sophomore Jephte Wagnac (Providence, RI) once again paced the Rhode Island College men's cross country team with an 80th place finish (28:49.59) to lead the Anchormen to a 28th place (37 teams) finish at the 2017 James Earley Invitational hosted by Westfield State at Stanley Park on Saturday.

 

THE BASICS

• The Anchormen finished with 745 points, while the Trinity took home the team title with 74 points on the afternoon.

• There were a total of 37 teams and 266 runners competing at the event

 

HOW IT HAPPENED

• Freshman Raffaelo Manzo (Slatersville, RI) recorded a 111th place finish (29:29.71) for the Anchormen.

• Junior Jeff Garson (Cumberland, RI) finished in 168th place finish (31:32.60), while freshman Stanley Guillaume (Boston, MA) was in 209th place (33:37.31).

• Junior Mohammed Chaghlil (Warwick, RI) was 223rd place with a time of (34:54.75).

• Freshman Dylan Brobisky (West Warwick, RI) rounded out the RIC runners in 240thplace (37:27.06).

 

BY THE NUMBERS

•  RIC averaged a time of 31:40.80 over the 8K course.

 

WHO'S NEXT

In upcoming action, Rhode Island College will compete at the Western New England Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 14 (11:15 a.m.).