A Bluefield State College Radiologic Technology student team finished second in the recent West Virginia Society of Radiologic Technologists' "Student Bowl" in Morgantown. The BSC Student team of (seated, left-to-right) Kimberley Boggs, Cheryl Mayer, (standing, left-to-right), Paul Salyers, and Jason Wilcox display the performance plaque they received at the competition. A Bluefield State College Radiologic Technology student team finished second in the recent West Virginia Society of Radiologic Technologists' "Student Bowl" in Morgantown. Team members were Kimberley Boggs (Lindside, WV), Cheryl Mayer (Bradley, WV), Paul Salyers (Berwind, WV) and Jason Wilcox (Coal City, WV). These students represented both the Bluefield and Beckley campuses of BSC's RadTech program. "Our student team's performance reflects their commitment to excellence, along with the quality of the Radiologic Technology program at Bluefield State," noted BSC Radiologic Technology program director Melissa Haye. Institutions of higher education represented in the competition included the University of Charleston, Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College, West Virginia University Hospital, and the United Hospital Center. During the conference, Angela Lambert, clinical coordinator for the BSC Radiologic Technology Program, was awarded first place in the "Technologist Essay Category."