1968

Heps Men’s Cross Country Championships
Van Cortlandt Park (Bronx, N.Y.) — Nov. 8, 1968

Team Scores
1. Harvard, 27
2. Princeton, 83
3. Penn, 89
4. Yale, 112
5. Army, 124
6. Navy, 142
7. Dartmouth, 195
8. Cornell, 220
9. Brown, 250
10. Columbia, 265

Order of Finish
1. Doug Hardin (Harvard), 24:35.2
2. Frank Shorter (Yale), 24:52
3. Keith Colburn (Harvard), 24:56
4. Eamon Downey (Princeton), 24:57
5. David Pottetti (Harvard), 25:04
6. Thomas Spengler (Harvard), 25:18
7. Thomas Yunck (Princeton), 25:20
8. Richard Stafford (Princeton), 25:28
9. Jerry Williams (Penn), 25:30
10. Steve Bittner (Yale), 25:35
11. Nicholas Sebastian (Army), 25:39
12. Royce Shaw (Harvard), 25:47
13. Timothy McLoone (Harvard), 25:51
14. James Kee (Army), 25:59
15. Jon Anderson (Cornell), 26:01
16. Gary Rosenberg (Columbia), 26:02
17. John Enscoe (Harvard), 26:09
18. William Kelso (Penn), 26:11
19. George Lokken (Penn), 26:14
20. Dennis O’Brien (Princeton), 26:18

NCAA Men’s Cross Country Championships
Van Cortlandt Park (Bronx, N.Y.) — Nov. 25, 1968
Six-mile course

Team Scores
1. Villanova, 78; 2. Stanford, 100; 3. Southern Cal, 115; 4. Minnesota, 239; 5. Colorado, 241; 6. San Diego State, 247; 7. Drake, 255; 8. Cal Poly Pomona, 273; 9. Harvard, 276; 10. Miami (Ohio), 277; 11. Missouri, 280; 12. Michigan State, 287; 13. St. John’s, 303; 14. Penn State, 319; 15. William & Mary, 320; 16. Kansas, 360; 17. Tennessee, 374; 18. Connecticut, 375; 19. Western Michigan, 383; 20. Massachusetts, 455; 21. Providence, 497; 22. Air Force, 506; 23. West Virginia, 547; 24. Houston, 554.

Individual winner plus Heps finishers
1. Michael Ryan (Air Force), 29:16.8
19. Frank Shorter (Yale), 30:07.0
23. Dave Pottetti (Harvard), 30:11.0
69. Keith Colburn (Harvard), 31:00.0
79. Jerome Williams (Penn), 31:10.0
80. Tom Spengler (Harvard), 31:11.0
109. Tom Yunck (Princeton), 31:34.0
112. Robert Yahn (Yale), 31:37.0
121. Eamon Downey (Princeton), 31:43.0
128. John Heyburn (Harvard), 31:51.0
135. Tim McLoone (Harvard), 32:00.0
144. Jon Anderson (Cornell), 32:08.0
179. Robert Enscoe (Harvard), 32:53.0
215. Erik Roth (Harvard), 34:51.0

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