1959

Heps Men’s Cross Country Championships
Van Cortlandt Park (Bronx, N.Y.) — Nov. 6, 1959

Team Scores
1. Army, 31
2. Yale, 76
3. Navy, 83
4. Brown, 107
5. Cornell, 129
6. Dartmouth, 146
7. Harvard, 160
8. Princeton, 195
9. Penn, 209
10. Columbia, 293

Order of Finish
1. Richard Greene (Army), 24:42.0
2. Thomas Laris (Dartmouth), 24:57
3. Bobby Lowe (Brown), 25:24
4. Robert Kunkle (Navy), 25:29
5. John Jones (Army), 25:43
6. Lynn Bender (Army), 25:57
7. Kenneth MacLeod (Navy), 25:59
8. Howard Roberts (Army), 26:00
9. Thomas Carroll (Yale), 26:03
10. John Morrison (Yale), 26:11
11. Gene Wilson (Army), 26:13
12. Thomas Cathcart (Yale), 26:14
13. Herbert Benz (Army), 26:15
14. William Kiggins (Navy), 26:17
15. Jonathan Blake (Yale), 26:22
16. Eric Groon (Cornell), 26:25
17. Peter Kingston (Princeton), 26:26
18. K. Nicholas Jennison (Dartmouth), 26:28
19. Vincent MacDonald (Brown), 26:43
20. Mark Mullin (Harvard), 26:46

NCAA Men’s Cross Country Championships
Michigan State Course (East Lansing, Mich.) — Nov. 23, 1959
Four-mile course

Team Scores
1. Michigan State, 44; 2. Houston, 120; 3. Iowa, 134; 4. Notre Dame, 141; 5. Western Michigan, 148; 6. Iowa State, 153; 7. Army, 160; 8. Indiana, 185; 9. Air Force, 188; 10. Penn State, 213; 11. Syracuse, 226; 12. Alfred, 241; 13. Miami (Ohio), 335.

Individual winner plus Heps finishers
1. Al Lawrence (Houston), 20:35.7
10. Richard Greene (Army), 21:19
40. Robert Lowe (Brown), 22:15
43. Gene Wilson (Army), 22:18
56. Howard Roberts (Army), 22:34
57. Lynn Bender (Army), 22:35
62. John Jones (Army), 22:41
63. William Hanne (Army), 22:42
92. Ted Benz (Army), 23:43

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