Emporia, Kan. - In only the fourth meet of the season the Sterling College Warrior Cross Country program did some record setting on Friday at the Emporia State Planet Sub XC Invitational. Five total athletes either added their name to the record board or made a move up the record board, while a total of eight athletes set personal records. With 202 women running in the women's race and 234 on the men's side and on a beautiful and fast course the Warriors took advantage of the competition to do what they had been talking about for weeks now.
Hillsboro, Kan. - Sophomore Sara Doll led the way for the Lady Warriors at the Tabor Invitational with a 18th place finish. The Lady Warriors had a 1:42 split between their #1 runner and their #5 runner leading them to a fourth place team finish out of eleven full teams. On a long sloppy course times were extremely slow for all competitors but place wise the women did very well.
Hutchinson, Kan. - Senior Whitney Dautel started off the weekend on the right note for the Warriors with an individual title and her first win of the season at the Hutchinson Blue Dragon Invitational. With only a skeleton crew of the women's team running on Saturday in Hutch in a shorter race (4k) than their normal 5k, the Lady Warriors still made a strong impression on the competition.