RIT runners race along the ‘Tiger Trail’




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Kyle Hofsass

RIT cross country and track and field runners from the past and present pushed across the finish line March 29, completing the eight-day, 1,400-mile RIT Tiger Trail relay from Auburn, Ala., to campus. The run was held to raise awareness for the national Tigers for Tigers coalition, and the athletes — the first female group on campus to complete a journey of this magnitude — were greeted enthusiastically back in Henrietta. Runners, from left to right, are Amanda Dole, Nicole Varble, Julie Kerchner, Megan Karpie, Rachel Zoyhofski, Kaylin Beiter, Kelly Weiskittel, Alex Shipman and Jeriann Beiter.

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Kyle Hofsass