Shawnee’s Jack Ennis places 4th, leading TCNJ to team title and pacing 6 S.J. runners in top 20 at Moravian

Shawnee graduate Jack Ennis placed 4th out of nearly 100 runners Saturday, leading six South Jersey runners among the top 16 finishers at the Moravian Invitational in Bethlehem, Pa.

Ennis, a junior at The College of New Jersey, ran 19:20 over 6,000 meters, finishing just 17 seconds behind overall winner Shane Houghton of Moravian, who ran 19:03.

Here’s a look at the rest of the large South Jersey contingent among the lead group at Moravian:

Aidan Groff: A St. Joe’s freshman from Washington Township, Groff ran 19:31 for 8th place. He was St. Joe’s No. 2 runner.

Chase Miller: A freshman at TCNJ from Cherokee, Miller placed 10th in 19:38 and was TCNJ’s fourth finisher.

Liam Duffy: A Moravian freshman from Haddon Township, Duffy finished a second behind Miller in 19:39. He was the No. 2 runner from the host Greyhounds. 

Pat Mulligan: Another former Haddon Township runner, Mulligan is a junior at TCNJ. He ran 19:52 for 14th place.

Noah Deckert: Deckert, a St. Joe’s sophomore from Delsea, placed 16th overall in 19:54.

The College of New Jersey packed its five scorers in 31 seconds and won the team title, 34-64, over Moravian, which edged St. Joe’s 64-66 for second place.

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