"All In To Win" - Support the BSU Track and Cross Country Program
A Message from Head Coach Michelle Redd-Latimer
At Bowie State University (BSU), our goal every year is to run a first-class track and cross country program. In order to do so, we need your support. As an auxiliary enterprise of the university, the Department of Athletics is a self-supporting entity responsible for generating sufficient revenues to cover planned expenditures. Funding from the Department of Athletics gives us a start, but it does not cover everything we need to make our student-athletes’ season a truly memorable one.
As the head coach of the track and cross country program, I am very excited about the upcoming season. Supporting this fundraiser will help offset our costs for meet expenses, much needed practice equipment and athletic scholarships for student-athletes in the track and cross country program. We want to give our student-athletes the best opportunity to succeed on and off the track. Financial contributions from supporters of the Bulldogs program will not only impact our success in competition, but create opportunities for our students to excel academically.
Show your Bulldog pride and belief in the Bulldogs track and cross country program by giving a gift. Donations of any amount are welcomed and appreciated. Make sure you share this page with your family and friends. With your support, the funding provided through this initiative will go a long way in helping the Bulldogs reach the goal of winning a CIAA Championship. This is a team effort and we need everyone “ALL IN TO WIN!”
Thank you for supporting the BSU track and cross country program. We are Bowie State University and this is our moment, racing to excellence!
About BSU Athletics
Bowie State University is a member of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), an NCAA Division II conference of 12 historically African-American institutions. The Bulldogs compete in five men’s sports — football, basketball, cross country, indoor track and field, and outdoor track and field; and eight women’s sports — basketball, softball, tennis, volleyball, cross country, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, and bowling.