William & Mary Press Release

William & Mary Men Hold at 15th in National Polls William & Mary Press Release Oct 4, 2005

In a week of many teams gaining or losing spots, William and Mary held steady in the national and regional polls during a bye week. The top of the MONDO rankings saw Arkansas grab the No. 1 ranking away from Wisconsin, who had held it all season to this point. The Tribe also maintained their grip on the top of the regional poll this week. The men continue their mid-season training break for another weekend before traveling to the Brooks Pre-National Invitational on October 15.

Christo Landry Named CAA Runner of the Week William & Mary Press Release Sep 27, 2005

The Colonial Athletic Association announced today that sophomore Christo Landry (Falls Church, VA) was named Runner of the Week for the week of September 27. Landry paced the Tribe over the weekend at the Great American Festival, placing third in the Nike Race of Champions in 24:12. The team won the race by twelve points over the University of Virginia.

W&M Men William & Mary Press Release Sep 20, 2005

William and Mary moved up three spots to No. 16 in the MONDO National Cross Country Poll this week despite having a bye-week from competition last weekend. This is the highest position for the team since being ranked 15th in the 2003 Preseason Poll. In the regional poll, the Tribe lost ground and slipped to No. 2 behind N.C. State.

William & Mary Men Claim Fourth At CAA Championship William & Mary Press Release Apr 23, 2005

Despite a herculean effort by the distance corps, William and Mary men\'s track and field could not hold onto its day one lead and finished fourth at the CAA Championship. With nearly the entire throwing corps redshirting the outdoor season, the Tribe spotted too many points to its opponents and ended the Championship in fourth with 132 points. UNC-Wilmington won the title with 218.50 points, ahead of second-place Virginia Commonwealth (172) and George Mason (140). Three-time All-American Ed Moran (Dayton, NJ) [5,000m], senior Adam Otstot (Richmond, VA) [3,000m steeplechase] and senior Pat Comstock (Portsmouth, VA) [10,000m] all won individual titles on Friday evening as Otstot and Moran earned qualifications to the NCAA Regional meet while Comstock set a CAA meet record with his winning time of 30:44.22.