AMHERST, N.Y. – The Sacred Heart men's cross country team headed to western New York on Friday afternoon to take part in the annual NCAA Northeast Regional Championship meet. Seven SHU athletes took part in the race and helped the team finish 34th overall. The 10-kilometer distance served as the longest race of the season to date for the Pioneers' men's team, and featured some of the top teams and runners in the nation.
- Senior Dane Krchnavy led the field of Sacred Heart runners with a 176th place overall finish of 36:39.6.
- Junior Nicholas Pandolfo followed in 37:52.1, with first year Corey Picard (38:26.1), sophomore Ryan Corbett (38:42.6) and sophomore Moetiz Shilleh (39:13.8) rounding out the top five.
- Scott Curtis (39:18.4) and Gavin Thurlow (41:11.6) rounded out the field of SHU runners.
Syracuse claimed the team's title on the men's side of the ninth time in the last 10 years, finishing with 79 points and placing three runners in the top 10.
Next up on the schedule for Sacred Heart is the IC4A Championships on Saturday, Nov. 17 at Van Cortland Park in the Bronx.