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On This Day In History | 1964

November 14, 2010

Peter Randall, Glenn Ogden and the boys cross country team continued their remarkable season by running away with the Ivy League Championship, their 10th title in a row and 14th in program history.  On an unseasonably warm day Randall won individual honors for the 3rd consecutive time, becoming the Brook’s only 3-time individual Ivy League Champion.  In doing so he lowered Van Cortlandt Park’s 2.5 mile course record for the 3rd time that season, coming across in 12:36.5.  Stony Brook’s Bernard Mumo set a fast early pace and midway through the race Randall took over and never relinquished the lead.

Individual Results

  1. Peter Randall | Stony Brook | 12:36.5
  2. Glenn Ogden | Stony Brook | 12:44
  3. Bernard Mumo | Stony Brook | 14:09
  4. Phil Haines | Stony Brook | 14:13
  5. Tom Gregory | Stony Brook | 14:24
  6. Mike Dwyer | Horace Mann | 14:29
  7. Peter Brest | Riverdale | 14:37
  8. Len Schoele | Riverdale | 14:40
  9. Bob Gladstone | Hackley | 15:03
  10. Ron Martin | Stony Brook | 15:12

Team Results

  1. Stony Brook | 15
  2. Horace Mann | 89
  3. Hackley | 91
  4. Riverdale | 94
  5. Poly Prep | 101
  6. St. Paul’s | 110

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