Shaquille Dill and Robert Edwards teammate Baron Freeman of Saint Augustine's University (SAU) blazed to victory in the Men's 8K race at the Livingstone Cross Country Invitational in Salisbury, N.C.
Freeman, the defending CIAA champion, crossed the finish line at Salisbury Community Park in 27:07.1 for his second cross country win of the season.
Dill was 20th overall with a time of 31.22.1, while Edwards finished 21st with a time of 31.36.7.
Sunday, October 13, 2019
Irby Competes in Cross Country Challenge
Ashley Irby and her Elon University Women's Cross Country teammates competed at the Royals Cross Country Challenge hosted by Queens University at McAlpine Park which saw 541 runners complete the course.
In the Women's 5K, Elon was 25th in the race with 685 points as they competed without most of its top seven runners. Hannah Miller was the top finisher for the Elon Women with her time of 19:17.5 crossing the line 127th.
Seniors Grace Dellapa and Emily Smith were the next runners to cross the line for Elon behind Miller. Dellapa finished 133rd clocked a time of 19:20.8 and Smith came across next in 19:21.3. Freshman Irby made her collegiate debut and ran a time of 19:25.6 finishing 147th, while senior Sami King had a time of 19:46.0 to round out the top-five times for Elon as she was 185th.
Saturday, October 12, 2019
BNAA 2019 Cross Country Season Underway
The Bermuda National Athletics Associations 2019 Cross Country Season got underway at the Arboretum.
A total of 81 competitors took up the challenging course to begin the season, Sean Trott won the Open Menís Division with a time of 16:39.1 over 3 miles, while Gayle Lindsay won the Womenís Open Division clocking a time of 12:50.5 covering 2 miles.
Omari hart won the Menís Masters Division race with a time of 12:50.0 over 2 miles, with the Womenís Masters Division race going to Kemda Bean who clocked 21:24.3.
With a time of 21:11.8 Meron Simons won the Womenís Under 18 Division and Ryan Outerbridge won the Under 18 Division race clocking 16:56.9.
Girls Under 10 Division
07:10.2 Antoinette Barry 07:16.6 Kelise Wade 07:29.7 Riana Robinson 07:40.8 Jaylen Lewis 08:00.8 Ramayah Simons-Duqu 08:08.1 Zyari Lawrence 08:20.0 Zaylee Lawrence 08:41.8 Zakhya Scott 09:30.1 Miyari Trott 09:47.9 Sa`Mya Musson 09:48.5 Olivia Brown
Girls U12 Division
08:18.1 Ryley Wilson 13:09.8 Jaeda Grant 15:02.2 Azari Jones 15:35.6 Amaris Munya 16:01.7 Isis Tucker 16:33.5 Dayasha Dill 16:45.9 Hailey Trott 16:47.3 Aaliyah Berkeley 17:08.2 Arima Turner 17:36.0 Muryah Swan 19:31.3 Lashee Jones
14:47.9 Victoria Fiddick 17:28.5 Jennie Kelly 17:54.8 Michelle Berkeley 19:49.1 Elizabeth Andrade 19:52.2 Carol Griffith 20:35.2 Joanne Medeiros
Women 60+ Division
20:43.8 Edwina Arorash 28:08.9 Donna Mae Arorash
Men U18 Division
16:56.9 Ryan Outerbridge 16:59.4 Tommy Marshall 18:10.2 Sancho Smith 18:19.7 Simeon Hayward 19:00.5 Iziah Tucker 19:36.7 J'Auza James 20:56.6 Tajai Goater 22:29.5 Yari Tucker 23:00.3 Jayson Simons
Men Open Division
16:39.1 Sean Trott 21:25.4 Matthew Viney 22:00.8 Richard Howells
Men Master Division
12:50.0 Omari Hart 15:27.8 Nathan Trott 16:37.9 Neville Grant
Men Senior Master Division
13:58.7 Steve Oriley 14:07.8 Sean Kelly 14:25.5 Scott Neil 19:38.1 Tony Riker
Men 60+ Division
16:51.3 Jay Kempe
Thursday, October 10, 2019
Nesbeth Scores Florida State Winner
Leilanni Nesbeth and her 5th ranked Florida State Womenís Soccer teammates improved to 5-0 in the ACC with their fourth win over ranked opponents, this time over 20th ranked Virginia Tech in Blacksburg in a double-overtime affair, 3-2.
Florida State surrendered the first goal for the fifth time this season but that did not matter as they would go on to win 3-2 in overtime on their way to their 11th win of 2019.
Deyna Castellanos put Florida State on the board first with her eighth goal of the season and the 44th of her career. Makala Thomas gave Florida State their first lead of the game in the 57th minute on her second goal of the season but Nesbeth sealed the deal for Florida State in the 106th minute scoring her first career goal.
Tuesday, October 08, 2019
Bean Wins Race Walk in Nebraska
With a time of 40:44.8, Zharia Bean picked up the Lincoln Walk Like MADD and MADD 5K Dash Race Walking Title.
Bean who was active on the race walking scene in Bermuda is now attending the Union College in Lincoln Nebraska.
The win was her first 5K Road Race Walking win in College.