Fourth-year Geno Arthur is running his way into the Oberlin College athletic record books. He leads the pack as the first male runner in school history to earn two All-American honors in cross country after competing in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Championships. Arthur also has won every meet he’s competed in this season, including Oberlin’s own Inter-Regional Rumble that features runners from more than 40 colleges and universities.
The senior biology major from Camarillo, California, caps his cross-country career with four All-North Coast Athletic Conference certificates, which includes three consecutive first-team performances.
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