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Yale Runs Past Harvard For Third Straight Year

Yale Runs Past Harvard For Third Straight Year

Oct. 1, 2004

Complete Results

For the third year in a row, the Bulldogs outlasted Harvard, winning by a 20-38 score over the Cantabs in Cambridge's Franklin Park. Casey Moriarty earned first place in 24:26, the all-time fastest finish by a Yale athlete at that course.

Lucas Meyer finished right behind Moriarty with a 24:28 race, while a Harvard runner took third place and Patrick Dantzer earned fourth for the Elis in 24:58.

Rounding out Yale's top runners were Josh Yelsey, who came in at 25:13 for fifth place, and David Napper and Andrew Johnson with times of 25:27 and 25:31, respectively.

"We ran very well as a team," said head coach Dan Ireland. "Our goal was to win, but we also had some guys run extremely well. We are headed in the right direction and I am excited about what lies ahead."

The Bulldogs will return to Franklin Park next weekend for the New England Championship.