ELSAH, Ill. - Sophomore Patrick Watson and junior Langston Gash became the first student-athletes in program history to compete in the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships, which were hosted by Principia College.
NEWVILLE, Pa. - Sophomore Patrick Watson earned a spot into next week's NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships after finishing 11th overall at the NCAA Division III Mideast Regionals, hosted by Dickinson. Watson ran a personal best 8k time of 25:33.9.
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. - The Stevenson men's cross country finished a program-best second overall in the team standings at the Middle Atlantic Conference Cross Country Championships, hosted by Delaware Valley. The Mustangs set another school record with 56 points at a conference championship, which was just 10 points back of MAC Champion Messiah.
CLAREMONT, Ca. - Junior Langston Gash placed sixth overall out of 137 runners with an impressive time of 25:44 as the men's cross country team competed at the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational. Gash now has three top-10 finishes on the season and eight for his career.
BETHLEHEM, PA. - Junior Langston Gash shattered his previous school record in the 8k with a time of 25:11 at the Paul Short Invitational, hosted by Lehigh University. Gash, who surpassed his own school record by 25 seconds, finished 20th overall out of 217 runners in the men's Non-Division I Brown Race.
BRONX, N.Y. - Junior Langston Gash took second overall among non-Division I runners as the Stevenson men's cross country team competed at the John Paddy Doyle Meet of Champions held at Van Cortlandt Park.
STEVENSON, Md. - Junior Langston Gash completed the 8k course (4.97 miles) with a time of 26:48.92, which earned him third-place overall at the Shannon Henretty Invitational held at the Greenspring Campus course.
STEVENSON, Md. - Sophomore Patrick Watson finished 13th overall in leading the host Stevenson men's cross country team to a second-place finish at the season-opening Mustang Stampede, held on the Greenspring Campus course. Watson clocked a 6-kilometer (3.73 miles) time of 19:53.43, which was 24.5 seconds behind first-place Scot Pourshalchi of Johns Hopkins.