Stallard picks up King’s first win at GSU
STATESBORO, Ga. - King College's Casey Stallard made program history by winning in the "C" criterium at Georgia Southern University Saturday, the first win in a race by any King rider.
Stallard, a junior from Bristol, Va., won the 25-minute race in a field of over 40 riders. He was the first King rider to win a race in program's second year.
Brent Baker (Kingsport, Tenn.) rode to second in the "B" criterium race for a personal best in the 40-minute event. T.J. Killelea (Chattanooga, Tenn.) finished 11th in the race.
On Sunday the cyclist will compete in the road race.