Cross Country

Tom Higgins  
Tom Higgins

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Hawthorne, N.Y.

High School:
Westlake


HIGGINS' CAREER RESULTS

PERSONAL BEST TIMES
1500m: 4:04.75 (2014)
Mile: 4:24.49 (2014)
3000m: 8:58.42 (2013)
5000m: 15:17.29 (2014)
8km XC: 26:20.9 (ESPN Wide World of Sports, 2012)
10km XC: 33:51.3 (Hammonasset, 2012)

AS A SOPHOMORE:
  • Selected to the MAAC All-Academic Team
  • Finished the Br. Doyle Meet of Champions at 28:27.21
  • Came in 15th at the Trinity College Bantam Invitational with a time of 17:45
  • Completed the Paul Short Invitational with a time of 29:29
  • Finished 17th overall at the James Earley Invitational with a final time of 26:52.33
  • Completed the 47th Annual UAlbany Invitational at 18th overall finishing with a time of 26:28.4
  • Top finisher for Siena at the MAAC Championships coming in 28th overall
  • Saw action in the ECAC/IC4A Championships finishing with a time of 27:15.1
AS A FRESHMAN:
  • Top Saints finisher at the MAAC Championships, finished inside the top-40 with a time of 26:20.90
  • Participated in the Nassaney Invitational (9/8), finished in 51st place with a final time of 27:58.0
  • Saw action in the Br. Doyle Meet of Champions (9/15) and finished with a time of 28:00
  • Completed a top-25 finish at the UAlbany Invitational (9/29) averaging a 5:29 mile and totaled 27:15

BEFORE SIENA:
  • Attended Westlake High School

PERSONAL:
  • Son of John and Mary Ellen Higgins

GETTING TO KNOW TOM HIGGINS:
    Favorite Sports Team: Denver Broncos
    Another sport I like to follow at Siena is: Lacrosse
    Favorite book: The Lord of the Flies
    Favorite movie: Casino Royale
    Favorite TV show: Scrubs
    Favorite TV show growing up: Tom & Jerry
    Favorite food: Ice cream
    If I could travel anywhere, I would go to: Hawaii
    Favorite Olympic sport to watch: Beach Volleyball
    My proudest sports moment is: 2011 Cross Country State Championship
    Obscure/random fact about you: I'm an eagle scout
    My favorite thing about Siena is: Close campus community steeped in Franciscan tradition
    Career Plans: Marine Biology
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