Colorado Springs, Colorado – Trinity's men's and women's cross country teams both finished second at the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships on Saturday.
The Tiger men were runners-up for the 10th time overall, and Trinity has finished in the top two spots for seven consecutive years.
The women finished second for the eighth time overall, and the Tigers have been either first or second in the final standings in 12 out of the last 18 championships.
Harry Bellow led a group of four men's runners to earn All-SCAC honors by finishing in the top 14 individually. Bellow finished third in the race and has earned All-SCAC recognition for three straight seasons.
The women were led by Brianna Ratliff, who also finished in third place for the Tigers. Ratliff was All-SCAC for the second straight year, and is one of four Trinity women to earn the distinction in 2019.
Jordan Juran earned her career-best finish at this year's meet, coming in at fourth place for her third consecutive All-SCAC honors.
Keaton Holt was ninth to garner All-SCAC honors for the second time in his career, while Joshua Morgan and Chad Conway joined their teammates on the All-SCAC team. Morgan came in at 11th, and Conway finished 13th individually.
Elaine Kaster earned a 10th-place finish and was Trinity's only first-year runner to nab All-SCAC honors, setting a new personal record by four seconds in the process.
Olive Pertuit was also an All-SCAC performer by finishing 11th overall.
Both Tiger teams return to action on Saturday, November 16, at the NCAA South/Southeast Regional Championships, held at Shelby Farms Park in Memphis, Tennessee.