Kellogg Community College men’s cross country runner Brian Frazee continued a strong freshman year with a first-place finish at the team’s regional meet Saturday in Lansing.
The win by Frazee (Watervliet/Home School) brings KCC its third individual regional men’s title in as many years since the College’s men’s and women’s cross country teams began competing in the fall of 2018. KCC’s Kyle Strong won back-to-back men’s regional titles in 2018 and 2019.
This weekend’s National Junior College Athletic Association Region XII Division III Cross Country Championship was held at Grand Woods Park in Lansing, and doubled as the Michigan Community College Athletic Association’s state/league championship meet. KCC’s men’s team only ran four runners and thus couldn’t score as a team in either race.
Individual results for the Bruins follow. Click here for full results from the men’s NJCAA championship race. Click here for full results from the men’s MCCAA championship race.
- Brian Frazee (Watervliet/Home School), 27:26.2, 1st Place NJCAA, 3rd Place MCCAA
- Hunter Finnila (Battle Creek/St. Philip Catholic Central High School), 29:52.9, 4th Place NJCAA, 27th Place MCCAA
- Colin McDowell (Marshall/Olivet High School), 31:27.2, 6th Place NJCAA, 44th Place MCCAA
- Reece Ratliff (Battle Creek/Lakeview High School), 33:53.0, 9th Place NJCAA, 54th Place MCCAA
The Bruins race next as part of the NJCAA National Championship on Saturday, Nov. 14, in Fort Dodge, Iowa.
For more information about men’s cross country at KCC, visit www.kellogg.edu/mens-cross-country.