September 6, 2011

2010 Men's Cross Country

Bobcat men’s cross country battled injuries and illnesses throughout the 2010 season, and still managed to pull together for solid finishes throughout the year. Georgia College took fourth-place at the PBC Championships and a ninth-place finish at the NCAA Southeast Regional.

Junior Daniel Horseman led the team at six of the eight races for the season, including All-PBC Second Team honors for finishing eighth overall at 26:18 for the 8K race. Horseman is just the seventh Bobcat men’s runner to earn All-PBC status. The junior had a breakthrough year, snapping both the 8K and 10K school records. Horseman’s individual title at the ASU Tri-Meet earned him the 8K mark at 26:11 and led the Bobcats to a team title. A 32:51 at the NCAA Southeast Regional snapped a three-year old 10K mark and earned him the 25th spot in the race.

Horseman, Nick Widener and Erik Ottoson earned spots on the PBC All-Academic Team. Putting three on the conference academic team gave GC the most of any school.