Trevor Dominy from Auburn High School won the Big South cross-country individual title this past week to lead Charleston Southern to its second league championship.
Overall, the Buccaneers had seven of the top nine performers, including Dominy’s championship run in 23:54.6.
Dominey became the third Buccaneer to win the individual championship in program history joining Al Dunn and Stewart Uldrick. He headlined seven Bucs who set new personal records in the 8K meet, shaving 48 seconds off his previous berst run set earlier in the spring.
Dominy’s individual title earned him the Runner of the Year honors while Buccaneer freshman Gavin Kuhlenbeck was the first rookie to cross the finish line, which earned him the Freshman of the Year Award. Jim Stintzi, Charleston Southern’s Director of Track and Field, took home Coach of the Year honors.