1958

Heps Men’s Cross Country Championships
Van Cortlandt Park (Bronx, N.Y.) — Nov. 7, 1958

Team Scores
1. Army 32
2. Yale, 84
3. Navy, 85
4. Brown, 135
5. Harvard, 138
6. Cornell, 144
7. Penn, 175
8. Princeton, 184
9. Columbia, 202
10. Dartmouth, 238

Order of Finish
1. Dyke Benjamin (Harvard), 25:12.0
2. Richard Healy (Army), 25:19.5
3. Nat Cravener (Cornell), 25:27.3
4. Bill Bachrach (Yale), 25:37.3
5. Richard Greene (Army), 25:40
6. Lynn Bender (Army), 25:43
7. Gene Wilson (Army), 25:45
8. Bradley Smith (Navy), 25:47
9. Richard Winter (Navy), 25:52
10. John Morrison (Yale), 25:54
11. Ernest Tracy (Penn), 25:58
12. David Carroll (Army), 25:59
13. Robert Lowe (Brown), 26:02
14. Charles Hill (Cornell), 26:04
15. Peter Kingston (Princeton), 26:06
16. Howard Roberts (Army), 26:09
17. Vincent MacDonald (Brown), 26:15
18. Frank Young III (Navy), 26:16
19. Ted Benz (Army), 26:18
20. Jared Fitzgerald (Harvard), 26:25

NCAA Men’s Cross Country Championships
Michigan State Course (East Lansing, Mich.) — Nov. 24, 1958
Four-mile course

Team Scores
1. Michigan State, 79; 2. Western Michigan, 104; 3. Army, 111; 4. Notre Dame, 114; 5. Iowa State, 126; 6. Kansas, 144; 7. Indiana, 173; 8. Iowa, 202; 9. Arkansas, 239; 10. Central Michigan, 240; 11. Drake, 254; 12. Syracuse, 259; 13. Duke, 307; 14. Miami (Ohio), 316.

Individual winner plus Heps finishers
1. Crawford Kennedy (Michigan State), 20:07.1
17. Richard Greene (Army), 20:53
25. Richard Healy (Army), 21:09
26. Gene Wilson (Army), 21:12
32. Lynn Bender (Army), 21:20
51. David Carroll (Army), 21:43
52. Ted Benz (Army), 21:43.5
74. Howard Roberts (Army), 22:23

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