Seniors say goodbye as cross-country season comes to a close in Regional Championship
Nov18

Seniors say goodbye as cross-country season comes to a close in Regional Championship

The Seton Hall men’s and women’s cross-country teams competed in the 2017 Eastern Collegiate Athletic Championship which took place in Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx, N.Y. The meet represented the last competition for both teams of the season, and the final race in the careers of several Pirate runners. The women’s team finished with a total time of 1:38:12.30, two seconds ahead of New Jersey rivals Monmouth. The time was good enough...

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Simon, Rutkowski have Cross Country teams off to fast start
Sep13

Simon, Rutkowski have Cross Country teams off to fast start

The Seton Hall cross country team raised the bar in the season-opening Monmouth Kick-off. Led by Jake Simon on the men’s side and Christiana Rutkowski on the women’s, both placed second, one spot higher than their finishes in the same meet last year. After Monmouth, the Pirates traveled to Stony Brook, where both teams took part in the Wolfie Invitational. Again improving on last year, and again led by Rutkowski and Simon,...

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Cross country takes silver in Monmouth Kick-off
Sep02

Cross country takes silver in Monmouth Kick-off

The Seton Hall men’s and women’s cross country teams both took home silver in their opening match at the Monmouth Cross Country Kick-off.  The Pirates had the men’s and women’s leaders in individual time, as well as a total of five runners who finished inside the top-10. The women’s team had a total time of 1:14:55, just two seconds behind first place. Christiana Rutkowski led the Hall, and all women runners with a 4K time of 14:27.7,...

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Sophomore runner Rutkowski likely done
Sep09

Sophomore runner Rutkowski likely done

The Seton Hall women’s cross country team took a hit Tuesday, as sophomore standout Christiana Rutkowski said she is likely done for the 2015 season after sustaining an IT Band injury. An IT Band injury, according to RunnersWorld.com, is common among XC athletes. “It occurs when the iliotibial band, the ligament that runs down the outside of the thigh from the hip to the shin, is tight or inflamed,” according to the...

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