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Two Ivy League Men's Cross Country Runners Earn All-American Status

Two Ivy League Men's Cross Country Runners Earn All-American Status

Complete Team Results

Complete Individual Results

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Princeton senior Donn Cabral took 19th and Brown senior Dan Lowry placed 28th in the 2011 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships to earn United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-America status, Monday in Terre Haute, Ind. The top-40 runners are named All-Americans.

Cabral crossed the line with a time of 29:44.4. His 19th-place finish is the best for a Tiger since 1999 when Paul Morrison took ninth with a time of 30:42.50. Lowry’s time of 29:57.2 gave him the highest finish for a Brown male since Greg Whiteley placed 23rd in 1988.

Dartmouth senior Ethan Shaw also ran in the race and recorded a time of 30:24.8 to take 54th. He missed out on an All-American spot by a scant 12.4 seconds.

Princeton as a team placed 19th out of 31 schools. Sophomore Chris Bendtsen was the second Tiger to cross the line, placing 101st with a time of 30:47.7. Fellow classmate Tyler Udland (31:16.3), freshman Eddie Owens (31:23.4), senior Brian Leung (31:23.4), freshman Sam Pons (32:07.7) and senior Peter Maag (32:10.4) also competed in the event.

Arizona's Lawi Lalang won the individual title with a final time of 28:44.1. Wisconsin won the team championship with 97 points, followed by Oklahoma State in second and Colorado in third.