(From Wayland Baptist Sports Information)
LAWRENCE, Kan. – Some things about Wayland Baptist’s cross country season have been a bit of a see-saw this year. One thing has not: Benard Keter.
Such was the case again Saturday at the NAIA Cross Country National Championships at Rim Rock Farms as Wayland’s men’s and women’s teams hit somewhat of a lull. Keter, meanwhile, soared!
Keter won the men’s individual title, topping a field of 320 runners to become Wayland’s second cross country national champion.
“That was exciting,” WBU coach Brian Whitlock said. “We believed in him being the champion, and he was able to go out and get it done. Any time you can win a one-shot deal like this with 320 runners in the race, it’s pretty good.” Read more