Week Seven Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week: Jereamy Hall (Mount Olive)

Mount Olive’s Hall Named Week 7 Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week

     

HIGH POINT, N.C.University of Mount Olive's Jereamy Hall has been named the Conference Carolinas Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week for meets ran during the week of Oct. 9-15, the Conference announced today. This marks Mount Olive's third POTW honor this year.

Hall, a junior from Waldorf, Md., posted a runner-up finish at the Queen City Invite hosted by Queens University of Charlotte. His time of 24:13 was the fourth best in UMO history and led the No. 6 Trojans to a first-place team finish.

Hall also earned NCAA Division II National Cross Country Athlete of the Week from the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) for his performance over the weekend. See the full release here.


North Greenville’s Sessions Named Week 6 Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week

     

HIGH POINT, N.C.North Greenville University's Ben Sessions has been named the Conference Carolinas Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week for meets ran during the week of Oct. 2 -8, the Conference announced today. 

A senior from Greenville, S.C., Sessions placed 16th out of 73 runners at the Gene Mullin Invitational hosted by Furman University. He was the only top-20 finisher for the Crusaders, finishing in 16:24.43 in the team's last outing before the conference championship coming up on October 20th.  


Mount Olive’s Dahlke Named Week 5 Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week

     

HIGH POINT, N.C.University of Mount Olive's Jonathan Dahlke has been named the Conference Carolinas Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week for meets ran during the week of Sept. 25 - Oct. 1, the Conference announced today. This marks UMO's second ROTW honor this season.

A senior from Cologne, Germany, Dahlke clocked a top 10 finish at the Paul Short Invitational hosted by Lehigh University. Dahlke's 8K time of 23:46 placed him in seventh-place overall, while also breaking teammate Adam Craig's old 8K record of 23:57.


Limestone’s Kennedy Named Week 4 Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week

     

HIGH POINT, N.C.Limestone College's Will Kennedy has been named the Conference Carolinas Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week for meets ran during the week of Sept. 18-24, the Conference announced today.

Kennedy, a freshman from Easley, S.C., posted a 48th-place finish at the Bulldog Stampede hosted by Wingate University. His time of 37:30.09 helped the Saints to a 10th-place team finish in the event.


Lees-McRae’s Thompson Named Week 3 Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week

     

HIGH POINT, N.C.Lees-McRae College's Austin Thompson has been named the Conference Carolinas Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week for meets ran during the week of Sept. 11-17, the Conference announced today.

A junior from Cleveland, Ga, Thompson posted a top 25 time for the Bobcats at the Mountain to Sea Duals hosted by Appalachian State University. Thompson ran the 8k event in 26:58.48 and notched a 25th-place finish with the performance.


Mount Olive’s Craig Named Week 2 Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week

     

HIGH POINT, N.C.University of Mount Olive's Adam Craig has been named the Conference Carolinas Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week for meets ran during the week of Sept. 4-10, the Conference announced today.

Craig, a senior from Lauder, Scotland, posted a runner-up finish at the Furman XC Classic hosted by Furman University. In his season debut, Craig broke his own UMO men's 8k record by finishing the race in 23:57.6, which was nearly two seconds faster than his previous record of 23:59. Craig's performance would pace the Trojans to a second-place team finish behind host Furman.


Belmont Abbey’s Lynch Named Week 1 Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week

     

HIGH POINT, N.C.Belmont Abbey College's Sam Lynch has been named the Conference Carolinas Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week, the Conference announced today.

A native of Milton, Ga., Lynch turned in a 19th-place finish at the Chick-Fil-A Invite hosted by Catawba College. In his collegiate debut, the freshman would run the event in 28:56.5 to help pace Belmont Abbey to a fourth-place team finish.