The King’s College Cross Country Team, started as a running club in 2010, made the transition this Fall to a cross country team. They competed in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) and the Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (HVIAC).
For the Fall of 2014, The King’s College Lions, will make the transition to being a full varsity program. Competing in the very first time in the HVIAC Conference Championships this Fall, the men’s team took fourth place and the women sixth. Freshman Abel DeVries and sophomore Isaiah Contu-Owen took home medals as they finished 14th and 17th, respectively. DeVries was First Team All-Conference selection in the HVIAC, as was freshman Keyah Harvey on the women’s team. Seniors Mark Greben and Noah Heinz and junior Leah Stratton all earned USCAA Academic All-American honors.
They are a group of men and women dedicated to the team and excellence of every kind, and strive to serve the Lord in the classroom as well as on the course.
Brandon Santulli (23) is a recent graduate of The King’s College (Class of 2015) where he majored in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics and minored in Business Management. He’s had a passion for running since middle school, competing competitively for over 10 years. Brandon founded TKC’s cross country team his sophomore year at King’s and served as captain for two years.
Brandon currently lives in New York City with his beautiful wife Grace.