Berkeley College Cross Country Runner Goes the Distance



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Anthony Argueta is ready to compete in USCAA




Photo Caption: Student-athletes who are part of the Berkeley College Men’s Cross Country team thrive on competition, improvement and good sportsmanship. That includes Anthony Argueta, a Berkeley College student who is pursuing a BFA degree in Graphic Design and expects to graduate in 2020.  When he’s not in class, Mr. Argueta, a Cliffside Park High School graduate and resident of Fairview, NJ, enjoys running and is looking forward to competing in the 2016 United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Fall Championship on November 11, 2016 in Virginia Beach, VA. “Anthony was named top rookie runner in the Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletics Conference (HVIAC), a first for Berkeley College,” said Michael Lincoln, Berkeley College Director of Graduate Studies Admissions and New Jersey Women’s/Men’s Cross Country Coach. “He finished fourth overall in conference finals and holds every fastest time record.  With Anthony on our team, we are ready for this competition,” said Mr. Lincoln.

Pictured (L to R): Anthony Argueta of Fairview, NJ, Berkeley College student; and Michael Lincoln, Berkeley College Director of Graduate Admissions and New Jersey Women’s/Men’s Cross Country Coach. 

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