Men's Cross Country Picked Fifth in HCAC

Men's Cross Country Picked Fifth in HCAC

HCAC RELEASE

GREENWOOD, Indiana - The Earlham College men's cross country team has been picked to fifth in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) Coaches' Poll released by the conference on Wednesday.

The Quakers earned 53 points out of a possible 100, finishing one point higher than sixth-place Anderson University. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology was picked to win the title claiming 98 points and eight first place votes. Manchester University and Hanover College were each picked to win by one coach.

Place     Team     Points     2016 Finish
1   Rose-Hulman   98 (8)   2nd
2   Manchester   85 (1)   1st
3   Hanover   81 (1)   3rd
4   Bluffton   69   4th
5   Earlham   53   6th
6   Anderson   52   5th
7   Franklin   51   7th
8   Transylvania   26   8th
9   Defiance   20   10th
10   Mount St. Joseph   15   9th

 

Earlham opens its 2017 campaign at IU East's Red Wolf Rumble on Friday, Aug. 25. The race is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.