DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The Nova Southeastern Sharks Men’s and Women’s Cross Country teams traveled to Embry-Riddle on Saturday morning to compete against Sunshine State Conference opponents. Led by Kamila Soja, the women’s team had six top-40 finishers on its way to 3rd place at the meet. On the Men’s side, Joseph Salerno and four top-50 finishers led the Sharks to a 4th place finish. The Sharks competed against their Sunshine State Conference opponents (Embry-Riddle, Tampa, Palm Beach Atlantic, and Florida Tech). Additionally, NSU Cross Country finished ahead of NCAA Division I, Seton Hall, on both the men’s and women’s side.
HOW IT HAPPENED (Women’s)
HOW IT HAPPENED (Men’s)
Head Coach Bryan Hagopian – “We raced really well today and competed against some challenging competition. I’m proud of our team for how they performed today and looking forward to the races in the future and more success.”
THOR ERIKSSON – “It was a tough cross country course and enjoyed the challenges of today’s race. We raced really well today and looked good against the remainder of the conference.”
KAMILA SOJA – “The surfaces today presented a challenge for us, but it helped prepare us for the Sunshine State Conference Championship Race. I’m proud of us for, how we raced today and excited for the remainder of the season.”
Nova Southeastern Cross Country returns to the course to race at Florida Atlantic on Friday, Sept. 30.
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