BSU travels to Moorhead to compete in the Dragon Run
Wednesday, August 31, 2005
BEMIDJI , Minn.- The Bemidji State cross country team opens up its season in Moorhead, Minn., on September 2 when it will compete in the Dragon Run. Team scores will not be kept this weekend, it will be individual times only that will be tallied.

BSU had an excellent season last year coming in second as a team at the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) Championships and coming in 24th at the North Central Regional cross country meet. Craig Hougen is going into his eighth year as head coach and is expecting big things out of three time all-conference performer Christa Pribula and all-conference performer Nicole Friend. "Those two girls are going to be looked upon to be leaders for us this year," said Hougen.

Coach Hougen is excited to see his athletes compete in the Dragon Run. "I am looking to see what we can do individually this weekend" said Hougen.