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2018 Outdoor Season Review

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 WoodsJames Stadler, Marcelo Jauregui-Volpe, Tyler FongLiam BassettMatthew Willigand Lincoln Satterthwaite have graduated, along with thrower Josiah Legaspi. The rising senior class headlined by a quartet of NCAA qualifiers in Dylan GearingerGraham PeetGreg 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.