INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Lindsey Wilson cycling team sits in fifth place with 415 team points after day two at the USA Collegiate Cycling Track National Championships.
The Blue Raiders were led by David Novak on the men's side who placed fourth in the individual 3km pursuit with a time of four minutes and 53 seconds. Chris Tveter finished in 27th and Wyatt Myers placed 29th in the event.
In the individual sprints race, Tveter was in the elite eight group after finishing with the fifth fastest time of 11.63. He later lost in the next round putting him in the five-eight finals race where he finished seventh. Michael Hart finished with a time of 12.46 in 31st place.
Hannah Hayduk led the women's side with a 17th place finish in the individual sprint race. Hayduk started in 11th position after the first round of the day, but fell behind in the subsequent rounds. Emily Bramel finished in 27th, while Brianna Delamare and Adrian Sanders placed 32nd and 33rd, respectively, in the women's 200m time trial event.
In the individual women's 3km pursuit race, Hayduk took 15th and Bramel finished 17th.
In the final event of the day, Hayduk placed 13th in the points race on the women's side and Novak came in 30th place in the major final on the men's side. Hart placed 38th overall and finished in eighth place in the minor final.
Marian (Ind.) University sits in first place with 731 team points, while Fort Lewis College (Colo.) and Midwestern State (Texas) University round out the top three with 582 and 510 points, respectively.
Lindsey Wilson continues their trek in the national championships today with the women's 500m and men's 1km time trial final beginning at 9 a.m. Daily results can be found at www.usacycling.org, and live updates on Twitter can be found @USACcollegiate.