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Calhoun to add cross-country as sport for men, women

Calhoun Community College plans to add the sport of cross-country and will field men’s and women’s teams this fall, the school announced today.

Interim President Dr. Joe Burke said the school will hire a part-time coach for both teams. The teams will train at Calhoun’s Decatur campus and at local parks.

“This new addition will not only increase our extracurricular offerings to our students, but it also provides us with the opportunity to expand student-athlete enrollment,” Burke said in a statement.

Calhoun’s athletics department will award a total of 10 scholarships for the men’s team and 10 for the women’s team, which will cover books, tuition and fees, according to Nancy Keenum, Calhoun athletics director.

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