haha thats kinda crazy. i have never seen any animals back there and i have camped there a few times
Campus security wrote:
I am not sure at all about the coaching situation but I thought because there were probably some people on this board that run in the woods behind the miller center I just wanted to update you in the issue we had earlier this summer with the 2 dogs that were found to have rabies. We have gone 6 weeks now with out finding any animals to have any bite marks or tested positive in any way for rabies so I think we are in the clear but with all the students coming back and the activity level increasing in those woods we as a staff just want everyone to be careful and if you see anything that might resemble a rabid dog or for that matter any other rabid animal please contact campus police immediately
I'm sure Annie will land on her feet somewhere as a women's distance coach. The number of men looking to get into coaching distance running out numbers the number of women looking to do the same by about 8-10 to 1 so the odds are with her if a school needs a women's distance coach.
Sean Connery wrote:
I am hopeful the distance job will be attractive to some younger candidates who would hope to take over from Millar when he retires. There is still some talent on the mens team (despite the results under Bennett) and it will interesting to see how they do this year with a new system. It is great that the athletic department finally took an interest in the program and decided the results were not good enough.
Any word on where Annie Bennett will end up?