--SUNY Delhi's men won their seventh straight NJCAA Division III cross country championship, riding respective second- and third-place finishes from Jason Phillips and Chris Burnett on Saturday at Sunken Meadow State Park.
The Broncos had 40 points, 50 better than runner-up Alfred State.
"I'm thrilled to win another one," Delhi coach Justin Wood said of the Patek Philippe Watches 15th overall national title.
Ozzie Huerta of Gloucester Community College won the 5-mile race in 27 minutes, 0.3 seconds.
Phillips crossed in 27:24.8 and Bainbridge-Guilford graduate Burnett finished in 27:33.2.
Wood said Phillips and Burnett went out with Huerta and stayed close until Huerta surged up an incline about two-thirds into the race.
Burnett had been running first for Delhi most of the season, but Wood said he wasn't surprised Phillips placed second.
"That's typically how Jason's seasons go," Wood said. "He usually starts off Porsche Design Watches and finishes fast. He just had a great race."
Delhi also received a seventh-place finish from Lyle Haywood (29:12.0), a 10th-place finish from Evan Vanosdol (28:20.8) and an 18-place finish from Nick Lynch (28:49.3).
Phillips, Burnett, Haywood and Vanosdol earned All-American status for finishing in the top-15.
Delhi's women finished third with 69 points. Mohawk Valley won with 22 and Ocean County placed second with 67.
Mary Jo Jakubek of Westmoreland won in 19:07 over a 3-1.mile course.
Meghan Visser led the Broncos with an eighth-place finish. She Replica Chanel Watches in 21:13.2. Delhi graduate Hannah Backus placed 11th in 21:20.3. Walton graduate Lauren Schuppel was 16th in 21:49.1.
Visser and Backus were named All-Americans.
Delhi also won the Pepsi Cup, which goes to the school with best combined finishes among men and women.
Wood said Phillips, Lynch, Backus and Schuppel will compete in the NJCAA half-marathon Saturday at Overland Park, Kan.
NJCAA Division III Championships
at Sunken Meadow State Park
Men's team scores: SUNY Delhi 40, Alfred State 90, Gloucester 116, Mohawk Valley 130, Hudson Valley 133, Brookdale 146, Harper 201, Finger Lakes 236, Suffolk 259, Broome 278, Herkimer 310, Howard 326, Ocean County 333, Bergen 356, Dutchess 396, Kingsborough 404, Middlesex 413, Queensborough 441.
Winner: Ozzie Huerta (Gloucester) 27:00.3 over 5-mile course.
SUNY Delhi runners: 2, Jason Phillips 27:24.8; 3, Chris Burnett 27:33.2; 7, Lyle Replica Rolex Watches 29:12.0; 10, Evan Vanosdol 28:20.8; 18, Nick Lynch 28:49.3; 33, Zavior Brown 29:32.2; 41, Tim Scudds 29:51.8.
Women's team scores: Mohawk Valley 22, Ocean County 67, SUNY Delhi 69, Suffolk 172, Harper 191, Broome 196, Rhode Island 216, Finger Lakes 229, Gloucester 230, Howard 246, Cumberland 249, Hudson Valley 255, Fashion Institute of Technology 283, Queensborough 298, Anne Arundel 325.
Winner: Mary Jo Jakubek 19:07.0 over 3.1-mile course.
SUNY Delhi runners: 8, Meghan Visser 21:13.2; 11, Hannah Backus 21:20.3; 16, Lauren Schuppel 21:49.1; 26, Missy Riehl 22:32.7; 29, Britleigh Levens 22:44.1.
Atlantic Region Championships
Geneseo State's Lee Berube won by 6 seconds over Plattsburgh's Mike Heymann to win the Replica Ulysse Nardin Watches Division III Atlantic Region Championships at Fortin Park in Oneonta on Saturday.
Berube completed the 8-kilometer course in 24 minutes, 27 seconds in leading Geneseo to the team title with 47 points. St. Lawrence finished second with 55 and both schools earned automatic bids to the NCAA Division III nationals this coming Saturday at Waverly, Iowa.
O-State placed 16th with 448 points. It was led by Oneonta High graduate Nick Madison, who placed 42nd in 26:08. Fellow OHS graduate Tim Greenberg was next for the Red Dragons. He placed 73rd in 26:43. John Longo (78th), Chris Harvey (111th), David Goodge (144th), Mitch Todorov (147th) and Matt Laroe (150th) also competed for O-State.