WESTFIELD, Mass. – The Clark University women's team competed in the 24th annual James Earley Invitational at Stanley Park on Saturday afternoon, finishing 20th in the varsity race and 10th in the second race to round out the day.
How it Happened
On the women's side of the event, junior captain Meghan Davinroy (Louisville, Colo.) finished the 5k course with a team-best time of 20:32.69 to put the junior in 67th place out of 223 runners. Senior captain Nicolina Braccio (Nashua, N.H.) was not far behind Davinroy, finishing 99th with a mark of 21:07.87.
First-year Alexis Stone (Holden, Mass.) and sophomore Kathryn Rivard-Lentz (East Hampton, Conn.) ran closely throughout the race with the duo finishing 107th and 120th in the field, but with respective times of 21:22.93 and 21:44.74. Julia Chun (Northboro, Mass.) led the way in the second race for the Cougars, finishing 57th amongst 103 runners with a time of 23:32.86.
Ryan Ewanyk (East Northport, N.Y.) paced the men for Clark University, finishing 99th out of 206 runners overall with a time of 29:10.8. Cameron Keenan (South Glastonbury, Conn.) and Isaiah Chamberlain (Castleton, VT.) were neck-and-neck with one another throughout the 8k layout, finishing in 136th and 137th with less than one second separating the Cougars with respective times of 30:11.57 and 30:21.06.
Clark University had a good showing in the second race of the day as junior Guillermo Figuereo Galera led the way with a 67th place finish and a time of 31:57.55. Sophomore David Agosto-Ginsburg (Cherry Hill, N.J.) finished 77th in that second race of the day, tripping the timer with a time of 32:25.51.
Clark University heads into its final tune-up before the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference championship, as the Cougars head to the Western New England Invitational on October 19 for an 11:30 race start.