WESTFIELD, MASS--The Clark University men's cross country team placed 24th/37 overall at the James Earley Invitational in Westfield, Mass. on Saturday morning. Clark senior, Alex Hull (Mount Laurel, N.J.) led the way for the Cougars finishing the 8K in 28:37.68 to finish 68th out of a total 266 runners.
Keene, N.H.--The Clark University men's cross country team placed fifth overall while the women's team placed third overall at the Keene State College Cross Country Inivitational on a brisk Saturday morning in Keene, New Hampshire.
Paxton, Mass.--The Clark University women's cross country team placed second while the men's team placed fifth overall in the Worcester City Championship at Moore State Park in Paxton, Mass. on Saturday afternoon.
Jennifer Havalchak was named the assistant coach of the Clark University men’s and women’s cross country teams in the fall of 2017. Havalchak comes to Clark University following five years serving as the Mount Holyoke head cross country coach and the assistant indoor and outdoor track and field coach.
Cross Country student-athlete Emily Monohan-Morang lets you inside the 2016 Clark University Men and Women's Cross Country season with her upbeat video recap with music from Parade of Lights (Feeling Electric).
Alex Hull (Mount Laurel, N.J.) wrapped up his stellar junior campaign by leading the Clark University men’s cross country team to a 40th place finish at the NCAA New England Regional Championship on Saturday morning at Stanley Park.
Northampton, Mass. – Alex Hull posted a top 50 finish and the Clark University men’s cross country team finished in seventh place at the New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) men’s cross country championships on Saturday afternoon at Smith College.
Sophomores Ben Forman (Glenside, Pa.) and Isaac Stone (Natick Mass.) have both been named to the New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) men’s cross country Academic All-Conference team it was announced recently by Executive Director Patrick Summers.
The Clark University men’s cross country team tuned up for the all-important New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championships with a 8K course layout at the Connecticut College Invitational on Saturday morning at Harkness State Park.
For the third straight week, junior Alex Hull (Mount Laurel, N.J.) was the top finisher for the Clark men’s cross country team as the Cougars finished 4th at the Worcester City Championship hosted at Moore State Park on Friday afternoon.
In conjunction with the University-wide initiative, Clark University student-athletes take part in the "It's On Us" pledge, making a personal commitment to help keep women and men safe from sexual assault. It is a promise not to be a bystander to the problem, but to be a part of the solution. The video is produced by Carlos Deschamps '16.
Whether he's using his vast library to play music at timeouts of basketball games or working the sidelines at field hockey and volleyball, Alex Hull is one the most recognizable student-athletes at Clark. A rising star on the surging men's cross country team, he has 30 Seconds On The Clock to talk about his love for all things New York Yankees an his crush on Kendall Jenner.
Running is in my blood. My older brother ran, my younger brother runs, I ran in high school and now in college. That's why I was so terrified to come out to my teammates during my freshman year of college in 2013.
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.