Rebels Wrap Up Cross Country Season at NCAA Championship
Nov. 21, 2015

Final Results

- For the second season in a row, the Ole Miss men’s cross country team wrapped up its season at the NCAA Championships.

The Rebels finished 30th in the 10K race on Saturday.

Sophomore Sean Tobin, who came in at 68th with a time of 30:42.6. Tobin’s finish was the fourth-best in program history at the NCAA Championships.

The Rebels joined Arkansas and Georgia as the only SEC men’s teams in the past five years to earn back-to-back NCAA Championship berths.

Syracuse captured the team championship while Oregon’s Edward Cheserek won the individual title. Ole Miss finished third at the SEC Championships this season, to earn consecutive top-three finishes for the first time since 1968-69.

To earn the berth to this year’s NCAA Championship, the Rebels finished runner-up at the NCAA South Regional. The five All-Region selections matched the most in program history.

While the cross country season is over, the Rebels will quickly turn their focus to the indoor track season which begins in two weeks on December 4.

For more information on Ole Miss Track & Field and Cross Country, follow the Rebels on Twitter at @OleMissTrack, as well as Facebook and Instagram.

Men’s 10K
68. Sean Tobin – 30:42.6
156. Robert Domanic – 31:30.1
160. Craig Engels – 31:31.7
182. Ryan Manahan – 31:46.7
187. MJ Erb – 31:50.9
210. Mark Robertson – 32:14.8
236. Trevor Gilley – 32:59.7





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