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Race Location Date Time Results York College VCP 8k and 6k Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx, NY September 21, 2014 9:00AM Race Results NJIT Invitational 8k and 5k Branch Brook Park, Newark, NJ October 4, 2014 11:00AM CCNY Invitational 8k and 5k Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx, NY October 12, 2014 10:00AM Staten Island Half Marathon Staten Island 9/11 Memorial October 12, 2014 8:30AM 2014-2015 ROSTER
NAME YR. HOMETOWN HIGH SCHOOL Nick Mannarino Sr White Plains, NY White Plains HS Sohan Mone Jr Livingston, NJ Livingston Senior HS Scott Kulm So East Greenwich, RI East Greenwich HS Jean-Dominique Bonnet So Greensboro, NC NW Guilford HS Peter Wang Jr Chatham, NJ Chatham HS Zach Chang Jr New York, NY Stuyvesant HS Zhengqi Xi So Staten Island, NY Stuyvesant HS Loretta Barrera Sr Garo Bedonian Fr Pleasantville, NY Westlake HS Abhinav Jain Fr New Delhi, India Modern School Vasant Vihar Samuel Lee Fr Monroe Township, NJ Monroe Township HS Pranav Joneja Fr Jakarta, Indonesia Mackenzie Kimler Fr Melbourne, Australia Wesley College Tom Chan So Hong Kong, China Li Po Chun United World College Deven Jacobi Fr Harrison, NY Harrison HS Anna Joselle Lomboy Fr South Brunswick, NJ South Brunswick HS Allison Tau Sr
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