Brandeis Men's Cross Country 2016 News
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Bryson claims second x-country All-America honor, Stender just misses first
Ryan Stender finished just 1.8 seconds out of the top 35, while Emily Bryson was 24th overall to become Brandeis's fifth multiple All-American in women's cross country.
Stender, Emily Bryson headed to NCAA X-Country Championships
The Judges were paced by junior Ryan Stender on the men's side and sophomore Emily Bryson on the women's
Stender, Hutton claim All-New Englands as men's x-country finishes ninth
Ryan Stender had Brandeis's best performance since 2010, taking 11th overall, while Mitchell Hutton was 23rd for his first career All-Region honor.
Cross country teams earn national rankings
The men entered the poll at #26 - their first national ranking since 2011 - while the women hit a season high at #31.
Men's cross country finishes third at UAAs, best since 2006
Thanks to top-four finishes from juniors Ryan Stender (2nd) and Mitchell Hutton (4th), the Judges knocked off two nationally-ranked squads.
Stender continues to shine as men's x-country takes 5th at Conn. College
Ryan Stender finished third in his second appearance of the season, just 8.9 seconds out of a runner-up finish.
Judges take home three UAA Athlete of the Week awards, Oct. 10
Emily Bryson, Ryan Stender and Michaela Friedman were honored by the UAA.
Men's x-country captures regional preview race at Westfield State
Ryan Stender was terrific in his season debut, finishing second overall in the James Earley Invitational.
Liam Garvey paces men's x-country at UMass Dartmouth
He shaved 50 seconds and 35 places off his previous finish in the race.
Juniors lead the pack in third-straight Fens Classic title for men's cross country
Mitch Hutton won the race in 15:53.
Olympic Memories: Two-Time Track Olympian Sinéad Delahunty Evans of Brandeis University
The University Athletic Association featured head coach Sinead Evans and her Olympic experience.