Cleveland State's Madison Guider Continues Cross Country Career At Tennessee Wesleyan

Thursday, December 13, 2018

History was made once again for the Cleveland State Cross-Country team on Tuesday, when Lady Cougar cross country runner Madison Guider signed a scholarship to run for Tennessee Wesleyan University. Madison is the first Cleveland State runner to sign at the next level.

"Madison was the top runner for the women's team for both of her years here.

She will continue to work hard and excel at the next level undoubtedly," said Head Coach David Kyle. "I look forward to following her progress at the next level, and I know she will succeed both academically and athletically. She has been fun to coach and she has set the standard here at Cleveland State. I am super proud that she has this opportunity to continue her education and athletic career at Wesleyan. Coach Roberts will inherit a good runner but most important a good young woman."


Chattanooga Area Swim League

Mocs Coaching Caravan Makes Stop In Atlanta

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CHATTANOOGA AREA SWIM LEAGUE STANDINGS BLUE DIVISION Ooltewah 4 0 Stuart Heights 2 1 Signal Mountain 2 1 Dalton 1 3 Catoosa 0 4 ... (click for more)

The Chattanooga Athletics Coaches Caravan will be making its second stop on June 19 in Atlanta. Fans have the opportunity to meet and interact with Athletics Director Mark Wharton, football coach ... (click for more)

The Red Bank Gators defeated the Cleveland Aqua Tigers Monday in a CASL swim meet at the Red Bank pool. (click for more)


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Chattanooga Area Swim League

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Mocs Coaching Caravan Makes Stop In Atlanta

The Chattanooga Athletics Coaches Caravan will be making its second stop on June 19 in Atlanta. Fans have the opportunity to meet and interact with Athletics Director Mark Wharton, football coach Rusty Wright, men's basketball coach Lamont Paris, women's basketball coach Katie Burrows, and softball coach Frank Reed. Wednesday, June 19, 2019 | 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Private ... (click for more)

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