GOSHEN, IN (05/11/2015)(readMedia)– Twenty-four men and 12 women participated in cross country at Goshen College in the fall of 2014. Coached by Doug Yoder, the men’s team qualified for nationals for the first time in school history, where it finished 27th. The Maple Leaf women took ninth at the conference meet.
Team members included:
Bradley Sandlin, a senior History major from Valley Center, KS
Erin Bergen, a freshman Undecided major from North Newton, KS
Mollie Nebel, a senior Nursing major from Hesston, KS
Goshen College is a nationally-recognized liberal arts college in Northern Indiana known for leadership in intercultural and international education, sustainability and social justice. The college offers bachelor’s degrees in more than 65 areas of study, as well as select master’s degrees. Goshen enrolls approximately 900 students from 32 states and 25 countries, and is recognized for its innovative, life-changing study abroad program (Study-Service Term) and exceptional educational value. Rooted in the historically peaceful Mennonite church, the college’s Christ-centered mission produces passionate learners, compassionate peacemakers, global citizens and servant leaders. Visit www.goshen.edu.