Colin Greenseich ’18 and Dylan McCarthy ’19 of the Oswego State men’s cross country team set records during the NCAA Division III Atlantic Region Cross Country Championships on Nov. 11.
Greenseich placed 15th out of 290 runners with a time of 25:06.3 in the 8K. Greenseich’s time is the fastest in program history, breaking the previous record of 25:28.2 from 2016 set by teammate McCarthy. McCarthy, who finished 26th with a time of 25:24.5, also broke his 2016 record, and his 2017 time is now the second-best 8K time for the program. Both runners earned All-Region honors for their performances.
Greenseich was also the first male cross country runner from Oswego to qualify for the NCAA Division III Championships in 15 years. He was inducted into the 2017 SUNYAC Cross Country Championships Hall of Fame for placing in the top five.
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