Leah Trusty talks with scrunners about her time as a student-athlete at Greer Middle College and the future.
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Wren's Elise Matthews talks about cross country, her final cross country race and the future.
Spartanburg Christian's Michael Burgess talks about his senior season, Mike Moore Shrine Bowl Run and the future.
Carolina Homeschool's Joseph Wilson talks about the sport, college choice and his journey.
Lexington's Weston Hutto talks about the future and time at Lexington.
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Olivia Evans talks about the college decision, the future and time as a runner at Carolina Homeschool.
Socastee distance runner Keahi Mendoza talks about the sport and future plans in college.
Eastside distance runner Rebecca Faircloth talks about signing with Anderson, her final outdoor season and what the future holds.
Brooks Hovis talks with scrunners about signing with Anderson and his final outdoor season at the high school level.
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With a pair of first-place finishes, coupled with a second-place finish and a seventh-place showing, junior Brooklyn Watt earned Women’s Field Athlete of the Year honors to lead the Anderson Trojans.
Wren’s Alex Dixon talks about choosing to attending Anderson University.
NEW ORLEANS – Following a three-week absence from the rankings, the Anderson women’s cross country team has re-entered the latest U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) DII Regional Rankings at No. 10.
Riverside distance runner and captain Thomas Garrigan talks about his career as a Warrior and the future as he will attend Anderson University starting in the fall.
It was a great 2011-2012 in both cross country and track across the state of Indiana. Many of our seniors will soon be on their way to start their college careers both athletically and academically so we wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature.
Senior Whitney Bishoff posted another stellar performance to help lead the Anderson University women’s cross country team to its second consecutive Food Lion South Atlantic Conference Championship, as the Trojans outdistanced former two-time title-holder Lenoir-Rhyne Saturday morning at Panther Creek State Park.