The Athletic Training Student Org held a Fall Costume 5K Oct. 23 with a harvest party beforehand. At the apple bobbing station, local party-goer, Josh, plucks an apple with his teeth.
In the midst of a toss, freshman athletic training major, Zac Williams, plays a round of corn hole. Corn hole was only one of the games available before the 5k. Others included pumpkin ring toss, Kan Jam, and a costume contest.
At the snack table, athletic training professor, Mike Weller (right), holds open a bag being filled with popcorn. Snacks at this event included doughnuts, apple cider, and assorted candy.
With a splash, freshman athletic training major, Zac Williams, dives for an apple at the apple bobbing station.
At the finish line, Superman, senior Nolan Shula, runs alongside a younger Superman during the one-mile fun run for kids. Although little Superman finished last, he tied for first place in the junior costume contest.
After tying for first in the junior costume contest, the winners pose for a picture.
A student signals racers that the Fall Costume 5K is about to start.
Dressed as Napolean Dynamite, senior bussiness major Grant English leads the pack at the beginning of the 5K.
Racers follow a Polaris Ranger along Cedarville’s cross country track in the Fall Costume 5K Oct. 23.
Taking a moment to wave, the “Oreo Sisters,” freshmen Addie Nelson (left), Kelly Poole (middle) and Jamie Potts (right) smile as they run.
Senior Nolan Shula (left), senior Daniel Benson (middle) and junior Robert James Jacubec (right) cross the finish line. However, after Shula and Benson confessed to have taken a shortcut, Jubec became the winner of the 5K Oct. 23.
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