Cross Country - Boys' Varsity

The Knights' Cross Country Season began with a Fun Run at Noble & Greenough School on September 8th and ended with the very muddy NEPSTA D4 Championships on November 10th. Due to an exceptionally rainy season, both teams ran only six races. Some season highlights included getting cupcakes after the Canterbury Invitational, running fast personal records at St. Andrew's, running to Fort Hill Farms for ice cream, playing capture the flag in the grotto and running through excessive amounts of mud at NEPSTA Championships.

Sal Masciarelli, '21, finished first for the Golden Knights in each race this season. Supported by Captain John Madden '19, every practice Captain Chase Courville '19 led the entire team through the most comprehensive and rigorous warmup routine in the team's history, undoubtedly contributing to their fifth-place finish in the NEPSTA D4 Championships, the highest the boys' team has ever placed in these Championships. We would like to commend senior Sam Roy '19 for improving his 5k time from his freshman year by an impressive fifteen minutes! 

Schedule

Schedule

Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Details Result Score Status
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Fun Run, Noble and Greenough School
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Canterbury Invitational
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MPrep Invite
Home Details
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Worcester Academy
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MacDuffie School
TBD
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Hyde School (Maine), Beaver Country Day School
MPrep Home Details
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Portsmouth Abbey
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St. Andrew's School
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Roster

Roster

Name Class
Zachary Atwood 2020
Spencer Courville 2022
Evan Lundt 2021
Ian MacKenzie 2022
Riley Martin 2021
Salvatore Masciarelli 2021
Alex Spetseris 2022
Zachary Stoddard 2022
Jeronimo Vazquez Usabiaga 2020
Brian Woz 2020

Coaches

Coaches

  • Fac 308Emily Gaudet
    Head Coach

    Emily Gaudet, Marianapolis class of 2008, currently teaches Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, AP Chemistry, and Introduction to Neuroscience. She coaches cross country and track and field. Her mother (’75) and brother (’12) also attended Marianapolis.

  • Ayjhhned2Meghan Dwyer
    Assistant Coach

    Meghan Dwyer is entering her third year at Marianapolis. She is a teacher in the mathematics department and a house parent in Villa St. Joseph. For extracurricular activities, she is coaching the three sports she played and loved in high school: cross country, basketball, and softball. Coach Dwyer puts a strong emphasis on teamwork and good sportsmanship. Her love of sports shows in her coaching. She praises hard work and dedication and is excited to get to work with the three teams this year. 

  • Yj3hhww0eSamuel Gray
    Assistant Coach

    Samuel Gray is excited to help coach cross country. He ran cross country for his high school and middle school teams. He ran varsity all four years of high school and was his team captain senior year. He has continued running recreationally since. This will be his second year coaching cross country at Marianapolis.