Cook Leads Cobra Women to Top Ten Finish at Hyder-McMahill College Invitational

BLACK MOUNTAIN, N.C. – Hannah Cook had another outstanding race for the Coker women's cross country team on Saturday (Sept. 14) at the Hyder-McMahill College Invitational hosted by Montreat College. The junior paced the Cobras with a seventh place overall finish in the 5k race with a time of 20:27. 

As a team the women placed sixth out of 11 teams. Naomi Watson placed in the top 25 with time of 21:57 and Kirsten Sanders came in next for Coker at 23:45. Rounding out the Cobra runners were Taylor Hall at 24:45, Ashley Thompkins at 26:54 and Ankea Dixon at 27:32.

In the men's race, just three Cobras were able to cross the finish line. Dylan Bates led the way for the men crossing the line with a time of 28:12, good enough for 25th place in the 8k race. Fabian Hardy came in next at 30:43 and Britain Tomlinson finished at 32:48.

The Cobras will hit the trails once again on Saturday (Sept. 21) at the Wingate Invitational in Wingate, N.C.

Women's Team Results

Women's Individual Results

Men's Team Results

Men's Individual Results