|by Jim Amidon • September 3, 2011|
The 14th ranked Wabash College cross country team breezed to the team championship at the 49th Annual Wabash Hokum Karem. Wabash runners finished first through fourth to capture the title with six points in the six-team field.
Senior Donavan White and freshman Shane Hoerbert teamed up to capture first place in the 49th Annual Wabash Hokum Karem.
Senior Kevin McCarthy and freshman Nick Boyce finished second in the 49th Wabash Hokum Karem.
Freshman Billy McManus and senior Brian David teamed up to finish third in the 49th Wabash Hokum Karem. Wabash swept the top four places.
On the course with Donavan White, Kevin McCarthy, and Brian David — the trio of seniors paired up with three freshmen to take the top three places in the 49th Wabash Hokum Karem.
Freshmen Billy McManus, Nick Boyce, and Shane Hoerbert teamed up with seniors to take the top three spots in the race.
On the course with sophomore Dalton Boyer, who teamed up with freshman Jacob Caddick to take fourth place.
Freshman Jacob Caddick on the course.
Rookies Shane Hoerbert and Nick Boyce start their final mile in the six-mile relay race.
Seniors Kevin McCarthy and Donavan White on their second mile.
Senior Colin Dunlap and freshman Sean Lewis.
Senior Kenny Farris finishes the 49th Wabash Hokum Karem just ahead of teammate Jake Ponton.
The 14th ranked Wabash College cross country team cruised the team championship at the 49th Annual Wabash Hokum Karem. The Little Giants claimed the top four places to record a perfect score of six in the six-team field.
Coach Roger Busch, mourning the loss of his father earlier in the week, teamed his top three senior runners with freshmen (pictured right), and the result was a 1-2-3 finish for Wabash.
Senior Donavan White teamed up with rookie Shane Hoerbert to win the six-mile relay race, which features pairs of runners alternating one-mile loops through the Wabash campus.
Senior three-time All-American Kevin McCarthy was a second behind, and teamed up with freshman Nick Boyce to claim second place for the Little Giants.
Senior Brian David ran with freshman Billy McManus and finished third in the race.
Wabash also captured fourth place with the tandem of freshman Jacob Caddick and sophomore Dalton Boyer.
The Little Giants finished first with six points, followed by the University of Indianapolis (21), Huntington (30), Anderson (33), DePauw (37), and Rose-Hulman (44).
For complete results, see Wabash's athletics website.