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Men's Cross Country Wraps Season at the IC4A Championship

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 11/18/2012
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Results

BRONX, N.Y. - The Princeton men's cross country team wrapped up the 2012 season at the IC4A Cross Country Championship at Van Cortlandt Park on Saturday, Nov. 17.

Four freshman competed in the meet. Michael Sublette was the first across the line, finishing the five-mile race in 26:01.9. Sam Berger and David Pugliese came across the line together at 26:09.5 and 26:09.9, respectively. Bretty Kelly finished the race in 26:29.0

Princeton Finishers
30. Michael Sublette 26:01.9
38. Sam Berger 26:09.5
39. David Pugliese 26:09.9
56. Brett Kelly 26:29.0
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