Georgetown's men finished sixth overall in the IC4A cross-country championships yesterday at Weavaney Park in New Canaan, Conn.

Connecticut earned the team laurels with 100 points, followed by Boston University, 111; William and Mary, 171; Dartmouth, 178; Providence, 197; and Georgetown, 203.

Peter Rono of Mount St. Mary's was individual winner in 30 minutes 58 seconds. Georgetown's Steve Holman was third, in 31:10, behind Andy Ball of Connecticut, 31:01. Aaron Pogue of Army, 31:18, and Keith Dowling of Pittsburgh, 31:20, rounded out the front five.

In the ECAC women's cross-country championships, also at Weavaney, Villanova won the team title with 33, followed by Georgetown 83, Providence 88, Cornell 191, William and Mary 198.

Christi Constantine of Georgetown was fourth individually.

The Georgetown men's and women's teams qualified for the NCAA cross-country championships, Nov. 19 in Knoxville, Tenn.

Catholic University junior Anne Michels, from Seton High School, qualified for the NCAA Division III cross-country nationals at Grinnell College in Iowa next Saturday by placing fourth in the Division III regional championships yesterday at Emory College in Atlanta.

Men's Soccer: Junior Bill Gavin scored twice and Mary Washington (13-5-2) held off numerous second-half rushes by Longwood (11-6-1) in winning the Virginia Intercollegiate Soccer Association title, 2-1, at Longwood.

Men's Tennis: Steve Fishbach of Georgetown won two matches before losing to Kit Codik of Princeton in the round of 16 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Coaches Association Rolex Men's Eastern championships at Princeton. Fishbach beat Blair Banda of Columbia, 6-3, 6-1, and Patrick Westoo of West Virginia, 6-4, 6-4, before falling to Codik, 7-5, 6-7, 7-5.