Cameron University's ROTC squad topped the field for the second year in a row at the 16th annual Devil Dog Run, a fundraising event supporting the U.S. Marine Corps Detachment at Fort Sill. The event consisted of a 10K competitive run and a 5K fun run. CU's ROTC members competed in the 10K, with three CU teams taking first, third and fourth place.
2LT Adriana Forry and cadets Rodney Brown, Frank Obie, Timothy Myers and Daniel Oberrender compiled the fastest team time. The team of Andrew Kendall, Jeremy Lo, Justin Maywald, Briar Bohach and Zachary Higginbotham claimed third place, and the combined times of Jason Floyd, James Brown, Lesa Stevens and Donovan Herron resulted in a fourth place finish.
Individually, 2LT Forry posted the fastest overall women's time with a blistering 39:39. Cadets Lesa Stevens, Timothy Myers and Andrew Kendall each posted the third best time in their respective age groups.
Faculty member MSG (Ret.) Steven Livsey also participated in the run, placing third in his age group.
For more information on Cameron's ROTC unit, contact the Department of Military Science at 580-581-2340.
October 9, 2009