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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs Place 3rd and 4th at Towson Invitational

Bowie State Men’s Cross Country Places Third at Towson Invitational


TOWSON, Md. – The Bowie State University men's cross country team finished third overall at the Towson University Invitation on Fridayafternoon. Navy ran away from the competition with a score of 15 points while Coppin State finished second with 55 points followed by the Bulldogs (70 points) in the 5-mile run.

Navy’s Josh Hanna took the top spot for the men, placing first overall with a time 26:36.55. In fact, all seven Navy runners were the first to cross the finish line.

Freshman Ryan Washington (Silver Spring, Md.) was the first Bowie State runner to finish the course, crossing the finish line with a time of 29:42.82. Fellow freshman Michael Aregaye (Lanham, Md.) clocked in at 31:00.05 to finish 10th among the individual scorers.

BSU sophomore Troy Jones (Waldorf, Md.) was on the heels of Aregaye, crossing the finish line with a time of 31:02.55.

Senior Sonny Hicks (Temple Hills, Md.) and redshirt junior J.D. Tharpe, III (District Heights, Md.) rounded out the Bowie State scorers, finishing with times of 31:36.98 and 33:37.29 respectively.

Bowie State’s next date of competition will be Saturday, October 4th as the Bulldogs travel to Cary, N.C. for the HBCU Challenge.


Bowie State Women’s Cross Country Places 4th at Towson Invitational


TOWSON, Md. – Junior Samantha Ferguson (Newark, Del.) led the Bowie State women's cross country team for the third meet in a row, this time in the Towson Invitational on Friday evening. Ferguson completed the 5K course with a time of 23:58.55.

Shawnee State claimed the team title (34 points) followed by Delaware (39 points), host Towson was third (52 points) and Bowie State finished fourth overall (110 points).

Other Bowie State competitors include freshman Treyniqua Dickey (Washington, D.C.) (26:12.74), seniors Kayla Watson (Bel Air, Md.) (27:08.52) and Rayshawn Penn (Richmond, Va.) (28:40.37) and junior Crishonda Coffey (Richmond, Va.) (31:05.16).
Delaware's Katrina Steenkamer finished in first place (18:01.16) to earn the women's individual title.


The Lady Bulldogs cross country team will be idle until October 4th, when they return to competition at the HBCU Classic in Cary, N.C.

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