Dalton State | We Are Roadrunner Nation | Journey To A National Championship | Part 2: O.K. Here you go with Part II of Dalton State’s 3-part series, Journey To A National Championship. Enjoy!
Dalton State | We Are Roadrunner Nation | Journey To A National Championship | Part 1: I guess that I didn’t do a very good job of putting these videos in order…..after I posted the one last night, I realized that this is a 3-part series. As such, here’s Part 1, Journey to A National Championship (Dalton State). Enjoy. (Part II coming afterwards)
Dalton State | We Are Roadrunner Nation | Journey To A National Championship | Part 3: This is awesome! It’s a documentary-type video about Dalton State’s run to the 2015 NAIA Division I National Championship.
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