- November 21, 2015
Seniors Hart Hornor and Jonah Barry capped their final season’s racing for the Carleton College men’s cross country team with impressive races at the NCAA Championships. Hornor finished seventh out of 280 runners with a time of 24:33.0 and earned All-America recognition for the second straight year. Barry finished in 41st place today with the fastest eight-kilometer performance (25:07.0) of his career.
- November 19, 2015
Both the Carleton College men’s and women’s cross country teams will be represented at the 2015 NCAA National Championships this Saturday, Nov. 21. The women’s team earned an automatic bid to nationals after finishing second at the NCAA Central Region Championships last weekend. On the men’s side, seniors Hart Hornor and Jonah Barry were individual qualifiers after ranking among the region’s top seven performers not on a team going to the national championship meet.
- November 14, 2015
The Carleton College men’s cross country finished its strong season at the NCAA Central Region Championships on Saturday as the Knights took 10th out of 29 teams. Senior Hart Hornor finished in fourth place individually to secure a spot in the NCAA National Championship race next Saturday. Jonah Barry joined Hornor on the All-Region squad by finishing in 11th place. His impressive time gives him a possible shot at earning an at large bid to nationals as well
- November 5, 2015
Carleton College Men’s Cross Country team competed against rival St. Olaf College in the annual Karhu Shoe Race on Wednesday. The Oles won the competition finishing with 15 points compared to the Knights 40 points.
- October 31, 2015
Hart Hornor continued his impressive season by placing second overall at the MIAC Championships. The senior posted a top-five result for the fifth time this season as he led the Carleton College men’s cross country squad to a third-place finish in the team competition.
- October 31, 2015Senior Hart Hornor continued his impressive season by placing 2nd overall at the MIAC Championships today. The senior led the Carleton College men’s cross country team to a third-place finish in the team competition. Carleton entered the meet ranked as the 6th best team in the central region and accumulated a respectable team score of 99 points. That was enough for third place behind No. 4 ranked St. Olaf College, and regionally-ranked St. John’s University.