CC: SUNY Poly Cross Country Schedule for 2018 Announced.

CC: SUNY Poly Cross Country Schedule for 2018 Announced.

MARCY, N.Y. - The SUNY Poly Athletics Department has released the men's and women's cross country schedule for the 2018 season. The Wildcats will take part in nine races this season, two at home and seven on the road. The men's team, with a strong returning core, will be looking to defend their record breaking fifth consecutive championship. The women's team will look to build onto a very successful 2017 campaign that saw them place fourth at the NEAC Championship last season.

Head Coach Bill Tylutki and the Wildcats will open their season with the 12th Annual SUNY Poly Short Course Invitational on September 1st. The Wildcats will also host the 6th annual Wildcat Classic Invitational on September 22nd.

The Wildcats will compete at Cobleskill, Lancaster Bible, SUNY Geneseo, and Hamilton College this season before competing in the post season.

The NEAC Championship will be held this year at Lancaster Bible on October 27th. The Wildcat men's cross country team will be looking for their sixth consecutive NEAC Championship. The women's team will be looking to improve upon their program best fourth place finish at the Championship Race in 2017.

This season, the NCAA Division III Atlantic Regional will be held on November 10th. The regional will be hosted by Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey.

To view the full SUNY Poly cross country schedules for the 2018 season click the links below:





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