The Brevard cycling team puts its finishing touches on the league slate this weekend when it heads to Clemson, S.C., to take part in the Southeastern Collegiate Cycling Conference Championship (SECCC).
After a series of outstanding performances at the USA Cyclocross National Championships last week, Brevard’s Hannah Arensman earned a spot on the 2018 UCI Cyclocross World Championships Women’s U23 Team. Among those joining Arensman is Brevard graduate Tristan Cowie, who will compete as a member of the Elite Men’s unit.
Three Tornados including Shaw (first), Beckett (third) and Arensman (third) were recognized in the individual omnium, which distinguishes the best all-around rider at the event. They earned the honor based on an accumulation of points in the four weekend events.
The Brevard cycling team concludes the 2017 campaign this weekend when it heads to the Collegiate Mountain Biking Nationals in Missoula, Montana. The three-day event begins on Friday and concludes Sunday.
The Brevard College mountain biking team heads to its fourth event of the season, traveling to Bristol, Tenn., to participate in an even hosted by King University that will take place at Sugar Hollow Park on Oct. 7-8.
The Brevard College mountain biking team returns to action after a two-week layoff when it heads to Georgia Tech to compete in an event hosted by the Yellow Jackets at Big Creek Park in Roswell, Ga., set for Sept. 23-24.
The Brevard College mountain biking team enjoyed a successful weekend in a meet with Lees-McRae on Sept. 9-10, earning three first place individual finishes and one first place showing in the team relays.