Oct 15, 2018
Oklahoma City—The Sooner Athletic Conference honored Southwestern Assemblies of God’s Zachery Hammond as the men’s runner of the week and Panhandle State’s Shayna Glover as the women’s runner of the week in the first cross country runner of the week awards of 2018.
Hammond, a freshman from Corsicana, Texas, became the first SAC men’s runner of the week from SAGU, while Glover, a freshman from Goodwell, Okla., took Panhandle State’s first SAC runner of the week honor.
Hammond opened his college career by finishing fourth place in the Orville Rogers Dallas Baptist Opener on Saturday at the Mansfield Sports Complex in Mansfield, Texas. Hammond set a school record with his time of 25 minutes, 56.1 seconds in the 8,000-meter race. Hammond ran in front for the first three miles.
Glover collected a runner-up finish in the West Texas A&M Buffalo Stampede in her college debut Saturday at The Range in Canyon, Texas. Glover finished the 5K in 20:11 to help Panhandle State take second place in the team standings.
Head Coach Denise Levine commented with pride, “Shayna Glover is one of my hardest workers. She is very competitive and never settles for less. She gives 100% all the time and knows what it takes to be successful. I see a bright future for her. She deserves it.”
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