Three faculty members and four alumni were among the nearly 7,000 runners who
participated in the 26-mile Flying Pig Marathon in Cincinnati this May, finishing
in winning fashion. Isaac Barnes ’99, who won two Wittenberg Invitational cross
country meets while a student, was first to break the tape to take first place overall
during his sixth appearance in the race with a time of 2:33:36. Finishing first
overall in the half marathon was fellow alumnus T.J. Lentz ’89, who won the full
marathon in 2004. Barnes’s sister, Becky ’04, placed 22nd out of nearly 3,000 in the
women’s field, and Christine Maddox ’07 rounded out the alumni participants.
Wittenberg faculty members were also well represented with Margaret
Goodman, associate professor of biology, Tammy Proctor, associate professor of
history, and Nancy McHugh, associate professor of philosophy. For more photos
from the event, log on to www.wittenberg.edu/athletics.