|Tom DePalma was Tufts' second finisher today.|
MEDFORD, Mass. – The Tufts University men's cross country team came in sixth out of 14 teams today in the JV race of the New England Inter-Collegiate Amateur Athletic Association Championship.
On a day where the varsity rested, the Jumbos totaled a team score of 150 with their top five runners being taken into account for scoring purposes. UMASS Lowell came in first with a score of 63, followed by MIT (69) and Vermont (77). Stonehill won the varsity race.
Matthew D'Anieri was the Jumbo's top finisher and 20th overall with a 26:56. He was followed by Tom DePalma (27:24), Harry Steinberg (27:25), and Nic Gitter (27:29) who finished 37th, 38th, and 40th respectively. Taylor Wurts rounded out Tufts' top five with a 27:56.
The team's next event will be next Satursday when they travel to Waterford, Connecticut to take part in the Connecticut College Invitational.
Written by Curtis Stoychoff, Athletic Communications Intern