Bulldogs Consistently Rank Among Top 10 in Region

Julian Sheinbaum, Max Walden and Matt Bogdan (photo by Dan Grossman, MapleLeafPhotos.com)
Julian Sheinbaum, Max Walden and Matt Bogdan (photo by Dan Grossman, MapleLeafPhotos.com)

Next Competition at Heptagonals Championships

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The Bulldogs have been consistently ranked in the top 10 for the Northeast region by the U.S. Cross Country and Track & Field Cross Country Association (USTFCCA). They currently rank seventh for the week of Oct. 18.

The Bulldogs have received a top 10 regional ranking in every weekly poll this season. They have not dipped below eighth and have been ranked as high as sixth in the region for the Oct. 4 rankings.

Iona currently ranks first in the Northeast region. Only three Ivy League schools rank above Yale in the regional polls: Dartmouth (third), Columbia (fourth), and Cornell (sixth). Harvard ranks below at eighth, while Brown ranks 12th. In the Mid-Atlantic region, Princeton ranks first, and Penn ranks sixth. 

The Bulldogs have had an impressive season so far after opening with a second-place finish at the Dartmouth Invitational and reclaiming the Harvard-Yale title. They have also proved their competitiveness at the national level with a 16th place finish at the New England Championships and an eighth-place finish at last week's Penn State National.

The Bulldogs will enter post-season at the Heptagonals Championships on Oct. 29 at Van Cortland Park in the Bronx, N.Y. 

View: Mobile | Desktop