BRISTOL, Va. – The King University cycling team hosted the Southeastern Collegiate Cycling Conference (SECCC) Championships and had a good showing with the women's A team finishing second overall. Sydney Wenger led the way, taking home a pair of runner-up finishes.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Wenger started the weekend fifth in the women's category A downhill and third in the dual slalom. The closed the weekend with runner-up finishes short track and cross country.
- Also in the women's category A races, Abby Hobbs finished fourth in downhill, seventh in short track and 13th in cross country.
- Kate Dietrich took seventh in the women's A downhill and ninth in dual slalom. She finished with 15th place finishes in short track and cross country.
- On the men's side, Matthew Owen finished 15th in the men's category A downhill race, 18th in dual slalom and 14th in short track.
- Eric Hubbs took 17th in the men's category A downhill and 22nd in cross country.
- In the men's category B races, Fausto Crapiz finished fourth downhill and 14th in dual slalom. He closed the weekend taking 18th in short track and 13th in the men's category A cross country race.
- Jameson Simms finished 12th in the men's category B downhill and 10th in dual slalom.
- Taylor White took 19th in the men's category B downhill and eighth in short track while finishing 13th in the category C cross country race.
- Alan Barrows finished 20th in the men's category B downhill. He also finished 27th in the category A short track and 15th in cross country.
- In men's category B, Tyler Cope finished 21st in downhill and 11th in dual slalom.
- Alan Edwards turned in a pair of third place finishes in the men's category B short track and cross country.
- King returns to action on October 20-22 at the USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships in Missoula, Mont.