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Cross-Country: LWC to race in the NAIA Great Lakes Challenge

By Christopher Webster

The Lindsey Wilson men and women's cross-country teams are set to compete in the NAIA Great Lake Challenge on Saturday, October 23, 2021.

The NAIA Great Lakes Challenge is an event that has quickly developed into one of the strongest regular-season meets in the NAIA. The meet will be hosted by Aquinas (Mich.) at Riverside Park in Grand Rapids, MI.

This will be the first time the Blue Raiders have competed in the NAIA Great Lakes Challenge.

Live Video and results for the race will be available. The Lindsey Wilson men's cross-country team will race in the maroon division, starting at 9amCT. The women's team begins their race at 11:45amCT, competing in the white division.




This story was posted on 2021-10-22 17:25:03
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