• Sports

    Cross-country teams continue to run strong

    The men’s and women’s cross country teams are doing well in a promising season. On Sept. 26, both teams placed third in the Central Connecticut Invitation. In addition, this past weekend at the NJIT Highlander XC Challenge, the men finished 13th and the women came in at 9th. The men’s team lost a few veterans, such as Tyler Bay, but gained new runners like sophomore Arthur Zych and freshman Christopher Agnello. While assistant coach Kurt Williams acknowledged the men’s team was different than before, he was excited about its future. “I feel that we have a lot of young talent that needs to be unlocked and that this year is…

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    Men’s cross country prove they are more than athletes

    The Queens College Cross Country team hopes to finish this season stronger than their last where they were third overall in the East Coast Conference. This season’s roster is composed of eight runners including seniors. The season opened with the St. Johns/Hofstra Invitational at Oakdale, N.Y., where the team finished third. Seniors Kurt Samuel and Andrew Nadler finished in the top 10 list for overall men in Division Two and under. Samuel finished 17th out of 87 runners, while Nadler and Tyler Bay, also a senior, finished 21st and 25th respectively. “We practice every day, train hard, and prepare for every competition. We have a remarkable amount of talent on…