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RIVERDALE, NY - The Iona College men's cross country team finished 14th at the 2011 IC4A Championship held at Van Cortlandt Park. With the Gaels' top seven preparing for the NCAA Championship in Terre Haute, IN on Monday, sophomore Chris Stogsdill led the way with a 19th place performance in the 8k event.

Stogsdill completed the course in 25:35 as Iona's top finisher. Senior Daniel Lipus was 44th overall, crossing in 25:57. Sophomores Jimmy Tarsnane and Brendan Farrell completed Iona's scorers in 75th and 115th respectively.

Princeton was the overall champion with a team score of 50. Iona topped Columbia, George Mason and Rider in the 17 team race field.

Iona's "A" squad competes for the national championship on Monday afternoon. The Gaels head into the final race of the cross country season as the No. 14 ranked team in the nation.
2011 IC4A Championship
Riverdale, NY - Van Cortlandt Park
November 19, 2011 - 8k
Iona Competitors
Pl.  Name               YR   Time
19.  Chris Stogsdill    SO  25:35
44.  Daniel Lipus       SR  25:57
75.  Jimmy Tarsnane     SO  26:19
115. Brendan Farrell    SO  27:16
131. Michael Champagne  FR  27:44
144. Nick Lachman       SR  28:23

Team Finishes
Rk.) Team             Score
1.)  Princeton           50
2.)  Albany             121
3.)  La Salle           145
4.)  Syracuse           168
5.)  Duquesne           190
5.)  Saint Joseph's     190
7.)  Georgetown         192
8.)  Liberty            219
9.)  Massachusetts      221
10.) Cent. Connecticut  223
11.) Connecticut        233
12.) Marist             241
13.) Boston             273
14.) Iona College       360
15.) Columbia           367
16.) George Mason       378
17.) Rider              380

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