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2019 Outdoor Season Review

Season Notes: Seniors Greg Morgan and Graham Peet capped illustrious careers at Haverford with national championships appearances, as the pair followed up on dominating efforts at the Centennial Conference Championships … Morgan ran the fifth fastest 5,000 meter time in Division III this season at the Penn Relays (14:20.29), a mark that also put the senior sixth in program history in the distance … Morgan also notched the fourth-fastest 1,500-meter time in the nation this season at the Swarthmore Final Qualifier (3:46.87), the ninth-best time in program history … Peet's 10,000 meter mark of 30:06.59 at March's Danny Curran Invitational was the seventh-fastest in program history … Haverford has now had 137 individual qualifiers to the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships … Peet won Outdoor Track Performer of the Year in the Centennial Conference, becoming the second straight honoree for Haverford and the fourth in the last five seasons …Haverford has had eight overall Centennial Conference Track Performer of the Year honorees ... The Fords were ranked as high as 10th in the USTFCCCA National Ratings Index this season … Haverford placed 22 student-athletes on the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, the second-most in the Centennial Conference.

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Looking Ahead: An always formidable Haverford squad will again look to chase down a Centennial Conference title, but must replace some of its top scorers from this season's Conference Championships. Peet, Morgan, and Herlihy graduate, along with All-Centennial selections Chris Goings and Ian Woodhouse. Junior Conor Madden impressed in the 10,000 meters at the conference meet, and will look to add depth at the top of a distance contingent that will be tested immediately in the fall during Cross Country season, with plenty of room to grow before the outdoor track campaign. Jamie Moreland figures to contend for a conference title in 2020 after missing the outdoor championships due to injury. Rising junior Hiroshi Kawakatsu also returns for his senior year after a second-team All-Centennial nod a season ago. In field events, Ethan GadraAndrew Lummus, and Silvan Sooksatan have all entered the top 10 lists in Haverford history in the jumps and pole vault and will return looking to make another impact on the conference level.