Waterford, Conn. – Running in a field littered with potential NCAA Championship participants, Clark University wrapped up its men's cross country season with a 37th place performance at the NCAA New England Regional Championship on Saturday morning at Harkness State Park.
Williams College claimed the overall team title and the automatic berth into the NCAA field by placing a trio of runners inside the top five. Amherst sophomore Mohammed Hussein took home the individual crown with his time of 24:39.
Alex Hull (Mount Laurel, N.J.) ended the race as the Cougars top finisher, churning out a time of 27:40, good for 168th overall. He was followed by Rhys Duquette (Holyoke, Mass.) in 189th place (27:56) and Seamus O'Connor (Granby, Mass.) in the 194th spot after completing the 8K course in 28:01.
Clark's final two scoring participants were seniors John Allard (Smithfield, R.I.) and Tim Conley (Walpole, Mass.). Allard wrapped up the layout in 28:28 (223) while Conley was close behind in 28:39 (237).