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Season Review: Standout Season for Men's Outdoor Track & Field

Graham Peet
Graham Peet

Season Notes: Graham Peet finished third in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the NCAA Division III Championships, earning All-America status with the best finish for a Haverford student-athlete in the steeplechase since 2006 … Peet was named the Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Performer of the Year as well as the Centennial Conference Track Scholar Athlete of the Year … Dylan Gearinger was named the USTFCCCA Mideast Region Track Athlete of the Year and Centennial Conference Outstanding Track Performer … Greg Morgan was awarded an All-America certificate in the 1,500 meters with a seventh-place finish at the NCAA Championships … Liam Lynch was named USTFCCCA All-Region in the 800 meters and qualified for the NCAA Championships … Henry Woods '18 competed in the NCAA Championships for the second straight season after being named USTFCCCA All-region in the 5,000 meters … Woods earned a prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, one of just 174 total scholarships given to senior student-athletes across all three divisions …Gearinger and Woods represented the Fords at the historic Penn Relays with Gearinger finishing 13th overall and Woods finishing 33rd … Haverford finished second in the Centennial Conference Championships, picking up a total of 140 points … Haverford has never finished below second at the conference's outdoor meet. 

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Looking Ahead: The highly successful senior class of runners Henry Woods, James Stadler, Marcelo Jauregui-Volpe, Tyler Fong, Liam Bassett, Matthew Willig and Lincoln Satterthwaite have graduated, along with thrower Josiah Legaspi. The rising senior class headlined by a quartet of NCAA qualifiers in Dylan Gearinger, Graham Peet, Greg Morgan and Liam Lynch is one of the strongest in the illustrious history of the program. Talented newcomers such as second-team All-Conference selection Gene Perry will help continue on a winning tradition. The Fords will be expected to compete for a Centennial Conference title yet again while making yet a further impact on the national landscape.