Senior Signs LOI to Run at Stony Brook

Senior Will Run with the Stony Brook Seawolves
Posted on 05/30/2018
Another Section IV athlete is headed to the Division-I level. Binghamton high school's Noah Farrelly signed his letter of intent on Tuesday to continue his cross country and track career at Stony Brook University. The Patriot senior broke the school record in the 1,000 meters twice during the indoor track season this winter. This season, Farrelly also won the 2017-18 Section IV championship in the 3,200 meters and he's ready to take his talents to the highest level.

"My overnight visit at Stony Brook (played a huge role in his decision)," said Binghamton senior Noah Farrelly. "I really liked the coaching staff, the success they have had, the guys on the team, the academic prestige of the school. It's just super exciting to go to Stony Brook."

Farrelly joins a Stony Brook cross country program that has won the last two America East Championships and placed fourth in the 2017 NCAA Division 1 Northeast Regionals. The team returns six of its top seven runners from last season. Seawolves coach Andy Ronan describes the incoming recruiting class as the strongest in program history. In track, Farrelly will again be a teammate of fellow Binghamton school record holder and Section IV champion Pedro Arias, BHS Class of 2015, Stony Brook Class of 2019. Watch Noah's signing on WBNG and Spectrum News.
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