Cabral Leads Princeton To Championship

Posted: 29 October by Brett Hoover in Announcement
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Princeton junior All-American Donn Cabral defeated defending champion Dan Chenoweth of Harvard, leading his Tigers to the team title at the 2010 Heps Cross Country Championships in Van Cortlandt Park. Cabral navigated the five-mile course in 24:03.8. Ethan Shaw of Dartmouth was third, followed by Tom Poland of Columbia and Brian Leung of Princeton. In the team standings, Dartmouth was second and Columbia, the 2009 winner, was third.

Official team scores: 1. Princeton, 33; 2. Dartmouth, 55; 3. Columbia, 94; 4. Penn, 118; 5. Cornell, 126; 6. Harvard, 141; 7. Yale, 149; 8. Brown, 188.

Individual results: 1. Donn Cabral (Princeton), 24:03.8; 2. Dan Chenoweth (Harvard), 24:14.0; 3. Ethan Shaw (Dartmouth), 24:23.7; 4. Tom Poland (Columbia), 24:30.4; 5. Brian Leung (Princeton), 24:35.6; 6. Kyle Soloff (Princeton), 24:37.8; 7. Adrien Dannemiller (Cornell), 24:39.4; 8. Mark Amirault (Princeton), 24:41.2; 9. Jeff Perrella (Yale), 24:44.3; 10. Phil Royer (Dartmouth), 24:45.3. Full results available here.

Team Scorers:
1. Princeton, 33 — 1. Donn Cabral, 24:03.8; 5. Brian Leung, 24:35.6; 6. Kyle Soloff, 24:37.8; 8. Mark Amirault, 24:41.2; 13. Max Kaulbach, 24:56.0

2. Dartmouth, 55 — 3. Ethan Shaw, 24:23.7; 10. Phil Royer, 24:45.3; 11. Tom Robbins, 24:48.5; 12. Brad Kenimer, 24:51.7; 19. Jonathan Gault, 25:08.7

3. Columbia, 94 — 4. Tom Poland, 24:30.4; 15. Brendan Martin, 25:02.6; 23. Jake Sienko, 25:12.4; 25. Anthony Merra, 25:14.3; 27. Dustin Martin, 25:15.4

4. Penn, 118 — 16. Philip Cawkwell, 25:07.3; 17. Chris Baird, 25:08.4; 18. Luke Grau, 25:08.6; 20. Conner Paez, 25:08.7; 47. Kevin Foy, 25:48.5

5. Cornell, 126 — 7. Adrien Dannemiller, 24:39.4; 14. Nate Edelman, 24:56.4; 29. Matt De Silva, 25:24.5; 37. Gabe Heck, 25:34.1; 39. Matt McCullough, 25:37.5

6. Harvard, 141 — 2. Dan Chenoweth, 24:14.0; 22. Aaron Watanabe, 25:11.1; 33. Michael Hoffman, 25:27.5; 35. James Leakos, 25:29.5; 49. Kellen Blumberg, 25:51.4

7. Yale, 149 — 9. Jeff Perrella, 24:44.3; 26. Max Walden, 25:14.8; 34. Julian Sheinbaum, 25:27.7; 38. Conor Dooney, 25:37.1; 42. Demetri Goutos, 25:40.8

8. Brown, 188 — 28. Dan Lowry, 25:20.8; 31. Matt Duffy, 25:24.6; 41. Christian Escareno, 25:39.1; 43. Michael Stumpf, 25:42.4; 45. Kevin Cooper, 25:47.6

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