Super Cross Cup Results.


The Cyclocross results have this past weekend at Super Cross Cup have been posted to the ECCC calendar [1] and a short recap is below. As noted this weekend, the NBX weekend in Rhode Island has been added to the conference schedule. This race has been used in the past and has been well like so if you don’t have anything planned you should be up there racing.

Saturday saw action in the Men’s A field with Zach Semian of Kutztown take on a contingent of Army racers and coming out on top in his first collegiate cross race of the season. With a large number of riders competing in the Men’s A, Men’s B, and Women’s B races, USMA was able to take the team title for the first day of racing.

Sunday’s action saw Jess Kutz of PSU racing in the Women’s A field to break the stalemate out the top of the Women’s A rankings, with Jess taking an 80 point lead over the rest of the competitors with only a couple of races left. Even without their riders in Men’s A, USMA was still able to take the second day of racing and took the weekend overall with it.

After a tight race with RIT the whole weekend, Rutgers was able to gain some points to maintain their position atop the overall team standings, but USMA was able to over take MIT for 2nd place in the DII standings.

With Thanksgiving weekend off for racing, the next race weekend will be the newly added NBX weekend Dec. 3rd and 4th up in Rhode Island.

[1] http://www.collegiatecycling.org/eccc/wiki/index.php?n=Calendar.Current


Steven Hopengarten and Tim Manzella
CX Season Coordinators

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