Cumberland University seeking riders

Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee has hired Tim Hall as their cycling coach for the...

Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee has hired Tim Hall as their cycling coach for the upcoming 2005/2006 season. Hall takes over the position left vacant by first year coach Levi Olsen. The cycling program at Cumberland begins its second year in existence and competes in the Southeast Collegiate Cycling Conference (SECCC). In their first year Cumberland won the men's A and women's A road division conference championship, and capped off the season with Stephanie Hannos-Ossenbrink winning the NCCA Division II Women's Omnium National Championship.

Currently the program is seeking to grow and looking to add riders to its roster for the upcoming 2006 spring road season and 2006 fall mountain bike season. Cumberland is one of just a few universities offering scholarship opportunities for racers wanting to earn an education while racing their bicycles.

Cumberland university is located just 30 miles east of Nashville, Tennessee. Interested riders should visit www.cumberland.edu to learn more about the program, and send their inquiries to Tim Hall at thall@cumberland.edu.

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