SALEM, Va. – The Bowie State men’s and women’s cross-country teams competed at the Roanoke XC Invitational on Friday at Greenhill Park.
The Bulldogs women’s finished 14th out of 15 schools in the 6,000-meter race with an average time of 33:00. The men’s team took 14th overall in the 8,000-meter run with an average mark of 30:22.
The women’s effort was led by freshman Destiny Lewis (Huntingtown, MD) who recorded a personal best (25:10.9) in the 6K race for 44th out of 125 runners. Freshman Catherine Enwereji (Sicklerville, NJ) placed 91st (28:17.0) for a personal best and sophomore Destiny Ehirim (Lanham, MD) finished with a time of 36:14.4.
Junior Eric Thomas-Talley (Richmond, VA) led the Bulldogs on the men’s side by earning 32nd overall with a time of 27:33.9, while junior Shane Massey (Lewes, DE), freshman Roosevelt Elivert (Dunkirk, MD) and junior Fredrick Eiland, II (Columbia, MD) rounded out BSU top competitors in the race at 84th, 87th and 99th out of 146 runners. Elivert tabbed a personal best (30:23.0).
Full results can be found here.
The Bowie State women’s team will compete in the Penn State Brandywine Invitational on Oct. 22 at 10 a.m. The BSU men’s squad will not see action again until the CIAA Championship on Oct. 27 in Salem, Va.
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