Christopher Woodley (JR/Northern Cambria, Pa.) led the Carlow men's cross country team at the Carnegie Mellon University Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 7, at Schenley Park.
Woodley ran 30:05.8 and finished 80th in a field of 208 runners at the 20-team meet. The Celtics took 17th overall, with a score of 525, in a field that included NCAA Division I, II, and III and NAIA competitors from Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.
Shippensburg won the team title, with a score of 24 and an average time of 26.21.5. Dominic Stroh, of Shippensburg, won the race with a time of 26:12.3.
Jeffrey Amorose (SO/Pittsburgh, Pa.) crossed the line second for Carlow, finishing 95th with a time of 31:19.7.
Joseph Palmieri (FR/Pittsburgh, Pa.) ran 35:17.3, Matthew Cannon (FR/Monogahela, Pa.) ran 38:09.7, Chandler Stockwell (SO/Richland, Mich.) ran 39:12.8 and Anton Sarazen (FR/Pittsburgh, Pa.) ran 43:45.2.
Carlow wraps up the regular season with the Lock Haven University Go Fast River Run on Oct. 28, at 10am. The River States Conference Championship, at Asbury (Ky.) University, takes place on Nov. 4.