Here are the Top 10 photos from the amazing Coast to coast battle at Franklin Park yesterday.
New England Cross-Country kicks into high gear this weekend with several big meets on tap. Check back to this page for all the action.
Need an excuse to leave the office a little early on Friday? Or to play hooky from school? Well, this Friday afternoon some of the best collegiate cross country programs in the nation will be going head-to-head at Boston’s Franklin Park. Boston College’s 2ndAnnual Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown will feature legendary teams such as Oregon, Georgetown, Michigan, and Providence. Last year, we were treated to excellent performances by the likes of Edward Cheserek and Emily Sisson. This year’s meet should be equally exciting, so I would find any reason possible to get to Franklin Park on Friday!
We’re at the peak of foliage season in New England, and the hillsides are changing from a lush green to the crisp combination of red, orange, and yellow. With the welcomed fall backdrop comes the emergence of cross country programs running at full force. This past weekend marked the end of September and the first time many teams tapped their full potentials. On one side of the Commonwealth, top male and female Division 1 programs went head-to-head at Boston College’s Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown at Franklin Park. Then, 150 miles to the west, the very best of Division 3 New England clashed in the Berkshires at the Purple Valley Classic.
Former Hendricken standout and Providence College senior just seven seconds behind Oregon's Cheserek at BC meet.
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