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Race-by-Race Summary of 2004 Wesleyan Cross-Country Season

Men's Final Record: 3-1 dual, 97-25 overall
 
9/18/04 - MEN AT N.Y.U. INVITATIONAL - 1st of 28 Teams
TOP 10 TEAMS SCORING AT NYU INVITATIONAL: Wesleyan  50, Washington & Lee  116, Augsburg  138, Rowan  159, Vassar  176, Johns Hopkins  176, Scranton  178, Felician  179, N.Y.U.  235, Kean  281.
WESLEYAN'S SCORING FIVE AT NYU INVITATIONAL (8,000m course): 1) Owen Kiely, 26:29 ; 7)  Jon King, 27:38 ; 8)  Anda Greeney, 27:39 ; 13)  Sean Watson,  27:49 ; 21)  Jeremy Solomon, 28:02  (242 total finishers).
Link to complete results of N.Y.U. Invitational men's race - Not currently available here
 

9/25/04 - MEN:  WESLEYAN  26, BOWDOIN  33, AT COLBY  72
WESLEYAN'S SCORING FIVE vs. BOWDOIN & COLBY  (8,000M course):  1)  Owen Kiely,  26:41 ; 2)  Wes Fuhrman,  26:50 ; 5)  Jon King, 27:38 ; 6)  Jeremy Solomon, 27:57 ; 12)  Anda Greeney, 28:13.

10/8/04 - MEN AT NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BOSTON, MASS- 17th of 48 teams
TOP 10 TEAMS SCORING AT NEW ENGLANDS:  Providence  25, B.C. 159, Maine  181, New Hampshire 186, Quinnipiac  208, Tufts  227, Dartmouth 246, UMass Lowell  248, Stonehill  301, Williams  316.  Wesleyan - 17th  (462 points).
WESLEYAN'S SCORING FIVE AT NEW ENGLANDS:  29)  Owen Kiely, 25:29 ; 51)  Wes Fuhrman, 25:52 ; 116) Jon King, 26:49 ; 130)  Jeremy Solomon, 27:01 ; 166)  Anda Greeney, 27:05.  (315 total fnishers)
Winner of race:  Martin Sagan  (Providence), 24:20.

10/16/04 - MEN AT TWIN BROOK INVITATIONAL IN CUMBERLAND, ME. - Did not field a full team
WESLEYAN'S RUNNERS AT TWIN BROOK INVITATIONAL:  64)  Nikolas Gravelis, 29:13 ; 76)  Matt Moss, 29:34 ; 110)  Mike Brady, 30:47 ; 139)  Mitch Goldfarb, 33:00  (153 total finishers).
Winner of race:  Dave Bridgewater  (Keene St.), 26:30.

10/23/04 - MEN IN LITTLE THREE MEET AT WESLEYAN
TEAM SCORING:  Williams  34, Wesleyan 42, Amherst  47
WESLEYAN'S SCORING FIVE:  1)  Wes Fuhrman, 25:48.2 ; 2)  Owen Kiely, 25:48.8 ; 10)  Jon King, 27:04.9 ; 14)  Matt Moss, 27:32.0 ; 15)  Ed Kenney, 27:35.6.
Link to complete individual results of Little Three Meet - Not currently available here

10/30/04 - MEN IN THE NESCAC CHAMPIONSHIP AT COLBY - 5th of 11 teams
TEAM SCORING:  Tufts  43, Williams  62, Bates  115, Conn. College  128, WEsleyan  131, Amherst  137, Middlebury  157, Bowdoin  171, Trinity  203, Colby  258, Hamilton  352.
WESLEYAN'S SCORING FIVE AT THE NESCAC CHAMPIONSHIP:  2)  Wes Fuhrman, 25:29.3 ; 5)  Owen Kiely, 25:42.1 ; 38)  Alex Battaglino, 26:59.3 ; 41)  Jeremy Solomon, 27:03.7 ; 48)  Jon King, 27:12.9  (127 total finishers).
Winner of race:  Neal Holtschute (Williams), 25:20.9.
NOTE:  Both Wes Fuhrman and Owen Kiely earned first-team all-NESCAC honors.

11/6/04 - MEN AT ECAC DIVISION III MEET IN GRAFTON, MASS. - 7th of 34 teams
TOP 10 TEAMS AT ECAC DIVISION III MEET:  Tufts  70, Williams  82, Vassar  128, Keene St.  143, Middlebury  170, Amherst  194, Wesleyan  203, Bates  205, Oneonta St.  230, Keane  271.
WESLEYAN'S SCORING FIVE AT ECAC DIVISION III MEET:  9)  Mike Brady, 27:36 ; 24)  Nate Huddell, 28:06 ; 64)  Nikolas Gravelis, 28:43 ; 64)  Matt Moss, 28:58 ; 69)  Dan Sullivan, 29:07  (243 total finishers).
Winner of race:  Fabian Majia  (Salem St.)  26:27.
NOTE - Wesleyan fielded a JV squad for this event.  Thus is does not count on the team's overall record.

11/13/04 - MEN AT NEW ENGLAND DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIPS IN CUMBERLAND, ME.- 5th of 39 teams
TOP 10 TEAMS SCORING AT NEW ENGLAND DIVISION III:  Tufts  62, Williams  83, Keene St.  112, Bates  145, Wesleyan  189, M.I.T.  190, Middlebury  245, Conn. College  245, Trinity  251, Amherst  258.
WESLEYAN'S SCORING FIVE AT NEW ENGLAND DIVISION III:  4)  Wes Fuhrman, 26:02.5 ; 19)  Owen Kiely, 26:39.3 ; 40)  Jon King, 27:14.2 ; 54)  Jeremy Solomon, 27:31.5 ; 72)  Ed Kenney, 27:48.1  (280 total fnishers).
Winner of race:  Ben Schmeckpeper (MIT), 25:37.6.

11/20/04 - MEN AT NCAA DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIPS IN EAU CLAIRE, WISC. - Did not field a team
WESLEYAN'S INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE:  18)  Wes Fuhrman, 25:10.5  (215 total finishers).
Winner of race:  Josh Moen (Wartburg), 24:28.7
NOTE:  Wes Fuhrman earns All-America honors with a finish in the top-35 nationally..