Pennsville graduate Dan Wyshinski and Audubon grad Jason Hyland finished 11th and 12th of over 125 runners Saturday in the Jack St. Clair Memorial Invitational at Belmont Plateau in Fairmount Park.
Wyshinski, a freshman at Wilmington College in Delaware, ran 28:47 over the very challenging 8,000-meter course, and Hyland, a freshman at Rutgers-Camden, ran 28:57.
Wilmington placed 4th among 15 teams with 122 points, behind a post-collegiate club – Philadelphia Runner Track (20 points) – Lebanon Valley (80) and Jefferson of Philly (83).
Top runner for Chestnut Hill College of Philadelphia was Chris Nelson, a sophomore from Kingsway, and their fourth runner was Damir Kee, a freshman from Sterling.
In the women’s race, Kingsway grad Sydney Watts, a freshman at Chestnut Hill College, placed 15th in 25:56, and junior Kirstin Slater, a Haddon Heights graduate, was Rutgers-Camden’s top runner, placing 34th overall in 27:58.