King Cycling announces three signees

BRISTOL, Tenn. - King College head cycling coach Dan Kreiss has announced three additions to his 2010-11 squad.

T.J. Killelea (Chattanooga, Tenn.), Reid Yoder (Hoagland, Ind.) and Sarah Redman (Bristol, Va.) all will be a part of the second year cycling program at King.

Killelea comes to King after winning the 2010 Tennessee Junior Road Season Points Championship. He will bring strong all-around abilities in road racing, time trials and criterium events. Killelea currently rides as a category three rider and add depth to the Tornado team.

Yoder was also a running back and standout on the high school football team, but the cyclist chose to come to King and ride. He has two years of experience and rides as a category four.

Redman enters the cycling world after playing soccer and volleyball in her prep career. She joins an ever growing women's cycling program at King.

In the Tornado's first road racing season the team finished second in the Southeastern Collegiate Cycling Conference standings.