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Fri Aug 30
6:30 p.m.
at Kenyon Quad-Meet
in Gambier, Ohio
Thu Sep 05
6 p.m.
Wooster Dual Meet W, 19-42
in Granville, Ohio - Infirmary Mound Park
Sat Sep 14
10:30 a.m.
at OWU Invitational 2nd Place
in Powell, Ohio
Sat Sep 28
at All-Ohio Championship 5th Place
in Cedarville, Ohio
Sat Oct 12
10 a.m.
at Carnegie Mellon Invitational 2nd Place
in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sat Oct 19
11:45 a.m.
at Inter-Regional Border Battle 14th Place
in Logan Township, N.J. (Rowan University)
Sat Nov 02
11 a.m.
at NCAC Championship 4th Place
in Carmel, Ind.
Sat Nov 16
11 a.m.
at NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championship 11th Place
in Grand Rapids, Mich.
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Big Red men place 11th at NCAA Regional

Clayton Watters  |  Photo by Bryce Stricker
Clayton Watters | Photo by Bryce Stricker

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Denison men's cross country closed out their 2019 campaign on Saturday morning with an 11th-place finish at the NCAA Division III Great Lakes Regional Championship meet hosted by Calvin University in Grand Rapids, Mich. Finishing with a team score of 383, the Big Red edged out Machester in 12th placed with a team score of 387 while Ohio Northern finished 10th overall at 358. Meet host Calvin College kept the team title at home with three finishers in the top-10 and a final score of 43.

The Big Red were led by junior Adam Cromwell who finished the 8K race at 25:12.01 to place 47th overall out of 255 runners. Sophomore Keanan Ginell ended his season with a 51st place finish after clocking in at 25:16.24. Senior Ben Foster closed out his Big Red career with a final time of 25:20.32 to earn a 54th place finish.

Seniors Clayton Watters and Rhys Fitschen-Brown rounded out Denison's team scoring with final times of 26:09.02 (114th) and 26:11.49 (117th), respectively.

Zack Johnston finished at 26:20.35 (125th) and Calvin Riley clocked in at 26:58.96 (165th).

Denison finished the 2019 season with five finishes in the top-five as a team while also reaching as high as eighth in the USTFCCCA Great Lakes Regional rankings.