Movsessian paced Falcons with time of 26:34.8
Brunswick, Maine. – The Fitchburg State University men's cross country team placed 21st overall at the NCAA Division III New England Regional Championships this afternoon with a total of 675 points, hosted by Bowdoin College.
Score: 21st Place, 675 Points
How It Happened
Fitchburg State was led by sophomore Jacob Movsessian (Ipswich, N.H./Mascenic), who finished in 69th place with a time of 26:34.8, while senior Anthony Darrigo (Tewksbury, Mass./Tewksbury) was next into the chute with a time of 27:07.1 over the 8K course.
Sophomore Joe Weston (Middleton, Mass./Mascomomet Regional) (29:17.1), junior Brandon DiGregorio (Nashua, N.H./Nashua North) (31:01.2) and senior Ryan Stopka (Rochester, Mass./Old Colony) (32:36.30) rounded out the top finishers for the Falcons on the day.
Inside the Numbers
Fitchburg State finished 12th overall at last year's NCAA DIII New England Regional Championships with a total of 390 points.
Amherst College won the 2018 NCAA DII NE Regional Championships with a total of 65 points.
Senior Sam Brunnette (Newport Center, Vt./North County Union) of Plymouth State placed first overall at the 2018 NCAA DIII NE Regional Championships with a time of 24:56.0.
Falcons conclude their 2018 Men's Cross Country season this afternoon.