Wiesemann Named Scholar Athlete
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the 2013 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes for Women’s Cross Country this morning.
The Crimson Wave’s Julia Wiesemann
was named to the honor for her excellence in the class room.
In order to be nominated by an institution's head coach or sports information director, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved a junior academic status to qualify for this honor.
Cross Country Competes CCAC Championships
The women’s cross country team placed 10th overall in the CCAC Championship Meet over the weekend.
The ladies have been improving all season long and it showed. Sophomore Andrea Degard continues to improve as she was the first CCSJ runner to finish with a time of 21:36.9 which placed her 42nd overall. Danielle Weems came in at 22:31.8. Camyrria Baggett, Kimberly Bigbie, and Katy Schmidt came in at 23:46.8, 25:25.5, and 25:33.5 respectively.
This was the final meet of the 2013 campaign for the Crimson Wave.
Cross Country Competes at the NAIA Great Lakes Challenge
The Crimson Wave women’s cross country team competed in the NAIA Great Lakes Invite over the weekend at Aquinas College. There were more than thirty colleges and universities participating in this event. Danielle Weems was the first CCSJ runner across the line with a time of 22:22.32. Camyrria Baggett ran 24:19.25 and Kimberly Bigbie ran 24:25.15.
“Danielle Weems continues to improve every single race which is a lot of fun to watch. Both Kimmy and Camyrria ran season PR’s so that is very exciting going into conference. I am really excited to see what this team can do at conference November 9th,” said Coach Paterson.
The Crimson Wave will return to action when they compete in the CCAC Championship in Valparaiso Indiana on November 9th.