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.