Brevard College student-athletes took two of the five podium spots at the Men’s Collegiate Varsity national championship as junior Tyler Orschel finished second and sophomore Tyler Clark placed fourth.
Coming off a highly successful regular season, the 10-time national champion Brevard College Cycling team heads across the country to compete at this week’s 2019 USA Cycling Collegiate Cyclocross National Championships
The Brevard College Cycling team accumulated several strong results at the North Carolina CycloCross (NCCX) Series event held Sunday, November 17 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The race served as a precursor to this weekend’s NCCX North Carolina Grand Prix event in Hendersonville, North Carolina.
Brevard College sophomore Tyler Clark won the Men’s Varsity Individual Omnium national title to cap off a highly successful trip to the 2019 USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships for the Tornados Cycling team which earned a total of nine podiums and 16 top-ten finishes
Sophomore Tyler Clark earned his second podium finish of the weekend to lead the Brevard College Cycling team on the second of three days of racing at the 2019 USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships in Big Bear Lake, California.
Clark finished fourth in Saturday’s Men’s Varsity Short Track race for his second podium in as many days. On Friday, Clark placed third in the Men’s Varsity Cross Country event.
As a team, Brevard placed three racers in the top ten for the second straight day with a strong finish in Short Track. In addition to Clark’s fourth-place result, BC’s Tyler Orschel earned a sixth-place finish while Tornado senior Carson Beckett finished seventh.
The Brevard College Cycling team recorded a total of four top-ten finishes on Friday in the first of three days of racing at the 2019 USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bikes National Championships in Big Bear Lake, California.
Three Tornado cyclists recorded top ten results in the Men’s Varsity Cross Country event to start the day off for Head Coach Brad Perley’s squad on Friday morning. BC sophomore Tyler Clark paced the five Tornados in the event with a third-place podium finish. Clark finished with a time of 1:54:07, just over three minutes behind race winner Cole Paton of Fort Lewis College.
Senior Carson Beckett finished sixth, while junior Tyler Orschel placed 10th to give BC three racers in the final top-ten of the highly competitive that featured 74 entrants. BC’s Ryan Johnson (22nd Place) and Tyler Miranda (24th) both placed in the top-25 in their collegiate nationals debut.
The 10-time National Champion Brevard College Cycling team will compete at the 2019 USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships this weekend on the slopes of Snow Summit at Big Bear Lake, California.
The Brevard College Department of Athletics and BSN Sports have launched the Brevard Tornados official online team store, offering fans the latest in branded Tornados gear including many NIKE products.