LAWRENCE, Kan. – There must be something about running west of the Mississippi. Brett Pierce tied his lifetime personal record Saturday while competing in his first NAIA Men's Cross Country National Championship at the University of Kansas' Rim Rock Farm. His time of 25:49.09 was sixth best among Mid-South Conference runners and ties his second-place finish time from the St. Louis Fall Classic on Oct. 26, 2013.
CEDARVILLE, Ohio – Brett Pierce continued his success Saturday, building off a sixth-place Mid-South Conference finish on Nov. 9 for an All-American sixth-place finish at the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Division I Men's Cross Country Championships, Nov. 16 at Cedarville University's Elvin R. King Cross Country Course.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. — Dylan Ford has been running since he was nine years old but he slowed down just enough recently to be recognized as the Mid-South Conference's Men's Cross Country Champion of Character.
RIO GRANDE, Ohio – Brett Pierce is NAIA bound after a sixth-place, All-Conference finish at the Mid-South Conference Championships on Saturday, Nov. 9. The junior from Edgewood, Ky., led CU with a time of 26:35.43, his second fastest of the season, to earn one of five individual bids from the MSC to the NAIA National Championships. The national championships will be Nov. 23 at Kansas University's Rim Rock Farm in Lawrence, Kan.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. — Campbellsville University's men's and women's cross country teams have more student-atheletes to make Academic All-Conferenece than any other schools in the Mid-South Conference, it was announced by the league office on Friday.