BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – WKU Cross Country will be on the road this weekend as the team
heads to Music City for the Commodore Classic hosted by Vanderbilt. The event will
begin on Saturday at 9 a.m. CT with the men’s 8K before the women’s 5K at 10 a.m.
The 15th annual Commodore Classic will take place at Vaughn’s Gap, in Nashville’s
Percy Warner Park. The course runs through more than 10 miles of woodlands.
Traveling for the Hilltoppers for the third-straight weekend will be Matthew
Wininger, Emerson Wells, Dedrick Troxell, Clint Sherman and Luke Hoover for the men.
On the women’s side, Brianna Wolken, Heather Whitlow, Abby Luce, Morgan Kannapel and
Aairiona Hayden-Ransom will make the trip.
Whitlow led the WKU women for the second-consecutive race last time out, finishing
fourth overall on the women’s side with a mark of 21:58.2. For the men, the squad
was again led by Wininger (22:28.4) and Wells who followed directly behind
More Information on this weekend’s Commodore Classic can be found
This marks the third of four consecutive weekends that the WKU distance squads will
head to Tennessee. In the next trip, the Red and White will head over to Clarksville
for the Austin Peay Cross Country Festival on Sept. 23.