1965

Heps Men’s Cross Country Championships
Van Cortlandt Park (Bronx, N.Y.) — Nov. 5, 1965

Team Scores
1. Army, 30
2. Navy, 68
3. Harvard, 73
4. Brown, 111
5. Princeton, 151
6. Columbia, 152
7. Cornell, 172
8. Penn, 218
9. Yale, 225
10. Dartmouth, complete team did not finish

Order of Finish
1. Paul DeCoursey (Army), 25:20.8
2. James Warner (Army), 25:21
3. Greg Williams (Navy), 25:42
4. David Allen (Harvard), 25:46
5. Robert Conway (Columbia), 25:47
6. Lynn Cunningham (Cornell), 25:50
7. Bennett Flax (Columbia), 25:52
8. Mark Spelman (Army), 25:54
9. Robert McDonald (Army), 25:56
10. Fred Barnes (Army), 26:09
11. James Baker (Harvard), 26:14
12. William Kinsella (Brown), 26:15
13. Richard Brantigan (Navy), 26:16
14. James Dare (Navy), 26:17
15. David Ennis (Brown), 26:28
16. Jonathan Chaffee (Harvard), 26:29
17. Gregory Camp (Army), 26:37
18. Richard Moore (Navy), 26:38
19. Robert Stempson (Harvard), 26:43
20. James Koons (Navy), 26:46

NCAA Men’s Cross Country Championships
University of Kansas Course (Lawrence, Kan.) — Nov. 22, 1965
Six-mile course

Team Scores
1. Western Michigan, 81; 2. Northwestern, 114; 3. Tennessee, 137; 4. Georgetown, 140; 5. Oklahoma State, 185; 6. Kansas, 203; 7. Kansas State, 222; 8. Oregon, 229; 9. Notre Dame, 230; 10. Wyoming, 275; 11. San Jose State, 277; 12. BYU & Furman, 280; 14. Colorado, 281; 15. Michigan State, 321; 16. Army, 323; 17. Providence, 328; 18. Houston, 329.

Individual winner plus Heps finishers
1. John Lawson (Kansas), 29:24.0
46. James Warner (Army), 31:29.0
77. Paul DeCoursey (Army), 32:14.9
78. Fred Barnes (Army), 32:15.0
109. Robert McDonald (Army), 33:05.0
123. Steven Berry (Army), 33:29.0

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