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Tue, Sep. 16, 2014 - [Cross Country]
Wiley's Patrick Mutai finished fifth in last year's RRAC championships.
Wiley's Patrick Mutai finished fifth in last year's RRAC championships.

WACO, Texas – Maureen Rono of Wiley College (Texas) claimed the Red River Athletic Conference Women's Cross Country Runner of the Week award for Sept. 8-14, while Wiley's Patrick Mutai was selected as the RRAC Men's Runner of the Week for the same dates. This is the third set of awards for the 2014 season.

 

Rono, a sophomore from Baringo, Kenya, placed fourth in a field of 71 runners at the Lois Davis Invitational hosted by Southern Arkansas University. She posted a time of 19:01 in the 5K distance.

Mon, Sep. 15, 2014 - [Women's Soccer]
UST's Adriana Torres earned her second weekly award of the season.
UST's Adriana Torres earned her second weekly award of the season.

WACO, Texas – Aimee Longley of Bacone College (Okla.) and Kayla Taylor of Wiley College (Texas) were named Red River Athletic Conference Women's Soccer Co-Offensive Players of the Week for Sept. 8-14, while Adriana Torres of the University of St. Thomas (Texas) garnered the RRAC Defensive Player of the Week award for the same dates. This is the third set of awards for the 2014 season.

 

Longley, a senior midfielder from Safety Beach, Australia, notched two goals to key a 5-2 victory for Bacone over the University of Saint Mary (Kan.). With the goals, she moved into a tie for seventh in the RRAC in points this season. The Lady Warriors are now 1-4 overall.

Mon, Sep. 15, 2014 - [Men's Soccer]
UTB's Caue Salgado (#28) anchored a defense that registered two shutouts last week.
UTB's Caue Salgado (#28) anchored a defense that registered two shutouts last week.

WACO, Texas – Tobi Oganla of Bacone College (Okla.) picked up his second Red River Athletic Conference Men's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week award of the 2014 season for the dates of Sept. 8-14, while Caue Salgado of the University of Texas-Brownsville earned RRAC Defensive Player of the Week recognition. This is the third set of awards this season.

 

Oganla, a senior forward from London, England, played a role in four of the Warriors' five goals to pick up Bacone's first win of the season, a 5-0 blanking of Hillsdale Baptist College (Okla.). He scored a hat trick with three goals and assisted on another to rack up seven points. Oganla is third in the conference in goals scored (4) and fourth in points (9) for the 1-3 Warriors.