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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Bulldogs Place in Bowie State Pre-Homecoming Challenge

Lady Bulldogs Place Second in Bowie State Pre-Homecoming Challenge

BOWIE, Md. (Oct. 16, 2014) – Junior Samantha Ferguson led the Bowie State women's cross country team to a second place finish at their own Pre-Homecoming Challenge on Thursday afternoon. The Lincoln University captured the 5K women’s title with 15 points.  
 Ferguson finished with a time of 21:09 helping pace the Lady Bulldogs (32 points). Washington Adventist University finished third overall (53 points) and Elizabeth City State University  finished in fourth place (82).

Bowie State sophomore Treyniqua Dickey finished the course in seventh place and a time of 22:04. Seniors Kayla Watson and Rayshawn Penn placed 9th and 10 overall, coming in with times of 23:46 and 24:05 respectively. Senior Crishonda Coffey completed the course in 24:42 and a 12th place finish.

Lincoln’s Shana Brown claimed the women’s individual title, running the course in 17:58 while teammates Alexis Cubbage and Kaydee-Ann White finished second and third overall.
  
The Lady Bulldogs will return to action Thursday (October 30th) participating in the (CIAA) conference championships in Cary, N.C.


Michael Aregaye Leads Bowie State Bulldogs to First Place Finish in Pre-Homecoming Challenge

BOWIE, Md. (Oct. 16, 2014) - Led by freshman Michael Aregaye, the Bowie State University  men's cross country team finished first in their own Pre-Homecoming Challenge 8K meet held at Jericho Park on Thursday afternoon.  
 Aregaye ran a time of 28:08 to finish as the Bulldogs’ top runner (3rd overall), as Bowie State finished with a team total of 28 points.  Junior Cullen Moseley placed fourth overall in a time of 28:26, while redshirt junior J.D. Tharpe, III (28:36) and freshman Ryan Washington (29:00) finished fifth and seventh, respectively.

Senior Sonny Hicks rounded out Bowie State’s top five finishers, placing ninth overall with a time of 29:07. Freshman Maurice Rucker also participated in Bowie State’s one and only home event, finishing the course with a time of 32:05, but did not factor in the team scoring.
 
The Lincoln University finished second in team points with 41 points, with Kyle Edwards earning the individual title in a time of 26:37. Lincoln’s Federico Ghelli finished second overall, crossing the finish line at 27:57.
 
Washington Adventist University (51 points) came in third and Elizabeth City State (90 points) rounded out the men’s field.
 
The Bulldogs will be off until Thursday, Oct. 3oth, when they compete in the CIAA Championships in Cary, N.C.

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