1957

Heps Men’s Cross Country Championships
Van Cortlandt Park (Bronx, N.Y.) — Nov. 8, 1957

Team Scores
1. Cornell, 45
2. Navy, 58
3. Harvard, 61
4. Army, 112
5. Yale, 119
6. Brown & Columbia, 173
8. Princeton, 198
9. Dartmouth, 223
10. Penn, 270

Order of Finish
1. Edward Sullivan (Brown), 25:28.6
2. Michael Midler (Cornell), 25:45
3. David Eckel (Cornell), 25:47
4. Jose Iglesias (Columbia), 26:08
5. Arthur Reider (Harvard), 26:17
6. Richard Winter (Navy), 26:22
7. Nat Kravener (Cornell), 26:23
8. David Carroll (Army), 26:27
9. Bradley Smith (Navy), 26:32
10. Robert Kunkle (Navy), 26:35
11. David Norris (Harvard), 26:38
12. R. Dyke Benjamin (Harvard), 26:43
13. James Schlaeppi (Harvard), 26:50
14. Thomas Monaghan (Navy), 26:55
15. Gene Wilson (Army), 27:00
16. Arnold Cummins (Cornell), 27:01
17. Charles Hill (Cornell), 27:08
18. John Bogan (Yale), 27:09
19. Leslie Palmer (Navy), 27:13
20. Edward Martin (Harvard), 27:17

NCAA Men’s Cross Country Championships
Michigan State Course (East Lansing, Mich.) — Nov. 25, 1957
Four-mile course

Team Scores
1. Notre Dame, 121; 2. Michigan State, 127; 3. Houston, 131; 4. Syracuse, 140; 5. Kansas, 158; 6. Western Michigan, 170; 7. Cornell, 172; 8. Colorado, 198; 9. Penn State, 206; 10. Miami (Ohio), 215; 11. Indiana & Texas, 233; 13. Arkansas, 236; 14. Iowa, 278; 15. Bowling Green, 412; 16. Duke, 429; 17. Buffalo State, 432.

Individual winner plus Heps finishers
1. Max Truex (Southern Cal), 19:12.3
15. Michael Midler (Cornell), 20:12
21. Dave Eckel (Cornell), 20:20
53. Charles Hill (Cornell), 21:06
57. Kirk McCreary (Cornell), 21:10.1
70. Nathaniel Cravener (Cornell), 21:25.1
86. Richard Hemmings (Cornell), 21:44.1
102. Arnold Cummins (Cornell), 22:17

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