On This Day in History | 1964

On this day 46 years ago…

Peter Randall, Glenn Ogden, and the boys’ cross country team continued their remarkable season by running away with the Ivy League Championship, their tenth title in a row and 14th in program history. On an unseasonably warm day, Randall won individual honors for the third consecutive year, becoming the Brook’s only three-time individual Ivy League Champion. In doing so, he lowered Van Cortlandt Park’s 2.5-mile course record for the third time that season, coming across in 12:36. 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

1Peter RandallStony Brook12:36
2Glenn OgdenStony Brook12:44
3Bernard MumoStony Brook14:09
4Phil HainesStony Brook14:13
5Tom GregoryStony Brook14:24
6Mike DwyerHorace Mann14:29
7Peter BrestRiverdale14:37
8Len SchoeleRiverdale14:40
9Bob GladstoneHackley15:03
10Ron MartinStony Brook15:12

Team Results

1Stony Brook15
2Horace Mann89
5Poly Prep101
6St. Paul’s110


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