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Cross Country Competes at Nationals
Kandie and Raffay at Nationals
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Cross Country Competes at Nationals
Courtesy: Seminole State College Athletics Department
November 12, 2018
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Garden City, KANSAS - While the conditions were cold and windy for the NJCAA National Meet, the results were fantastic for the inaugural edition of the Seminole State College Cross Country programs. Sending four runners (Sara Kopack, Jaina Hawkins, Yassin Raffay and Hillary Kandie) to Garden City was the culmination of year that witnesses a lot of positive notes and gave a good indicator of where these programs can go.

Having only been in existence since May (six plus months), the two team equated themselves well. Kandie finished 37th out of 290 runners that came to Nationals and earned All American Status (top 40). Raffay just missed earning All-American Honors finishing 46th. On the ladies side, Hawkins and Kopack placed 88th and 89th respectively (out of 293 at Nationals). 

All four of these runners have another year of eligibility remaining. As Coach Ocky Clark hits the recruiting trail, he will have a lot of momentum to build upon.

RAIDER NOTES:

About the Seminole State Raiders:

The Raider Athletics Department of Seminole State College was established in 1965 and initially led by Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach Joe Sterling. Seminole State now sponsors five sports all competing in the NJCAA Division I.  Both Baseball and Softball facilities are located on College Drive on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus.

For more about Raider Athletics, visit SeminoleStateRaiders.com, follow us on Twitter: @buildingRaiders and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/buildingRaiders/.  

Media contact: Kurt Esser, Director of Athletics, 407.708.2092, esserk@seminolestate.edu

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