Hopkins Men's Cross Country Tabbed to Finish Third in Preseason Poll

 
Steve Tobobnick and the Blue Jays were picked to finish third in the Centennial Conference in 2010
 
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Aug. 23, 2010

LANCASTER, PA - The Johns Hopkins men's cross country team was selected to finish third in the Centennial Conference Preseason Poll, it was announced today. Hopkins earned 49 points in the poll of the Centennial's nine head coaches.

Haverford took top honors with 62 points and six first-place votes, while Dickinson was close behind with 59 points and three first-place votes. Following Hopkins in the poll were Gettysburg (40), Muhlenberg (36), Swarthmore (32), Franklin & Marshall (23), Ursinus (13) and McDaniel (10).

The Blue Jays finished 2009 in third place in the conference for the third-straight year. They begin their year on September 3 at the Baltimore Metro Invitational in Timonium, MD.

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Rank • School (1st place votes) • Points

1. Haverford (6) • 62

2. Dickinson (3) • 59

3. Johns Hopkins • 49

4. Gettysburg • 40

5. Muhlenberg • 36

6. Swarthmore • 32

7. Franklin & Marshall • 23

8. Ursinus • 13

9. McDaniel • 10


 

 

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