SALISBURY, Md. - The Wolverines finished 10th in a field that contained several Division II teams at Salisbury's Don Cathcart Invitational. Teddy Bobola ran over three minutes faster than a Wesley runner had all season to pace the team.
Bobola covered the five-mile course in 28:51 to finish 88th. Colin Campo came just seconds shy of giving the Wolverines a pair of runners under the 30 minute barrier, running a 30:04 for 103rd place.
Miguel Batiz captured 113th place with a time of 31:12 as Wesley's No. 3 runner. John Clarke (118th, 32:06) and Jeff Nickles (125th, 33:50).
Two of the teams behind Wesley in the team standings were Capital Athletic Conference rivals Villa Julie and Hood.
Mount Union took the team title with Division II entries from Mansfield and East Stroudsburg finishing second and third, respectively.
Mansfield's Chris Cummings was the individual winner in 24:51.
Wesley runs in the Goldey Beacom Invitational on October 3.