Kate Niehaus (Spring Valley), Liza Todd (Dreher) and Claire Young (Thornwell) competed at the Clemson Invitational this past Saturday.
The boys\' mile will be talked about years from now. But it shouldn\'t overshadow performances that rank well in PA history, as well as nationally this season.
The top 4 teams are Lake Braddock, Bethel, Oakton, and Hermitage. Calculated as of Feb 28, 2005. These rankings were calculated by scoring the elite performances rankings list 20-deep. 1st place received 20 points for their team, on down to 1 point for 20th place.
The top 4 teams are Deep Creek, Hayfield, I.C. Norcom, and James Robinson. Calculated as of Feb 28, 2005. These rankings were calculated by scoring the elite performances rankings list 20-deep. 1st place received 20 points for their team, on down to 1 point for 20th place.
Folllowing official review, Lindsey Regan\'s new Indoor State Pole Vault Record really is 13-00.
Where does your team stack up? We calculated rankings of Maryland\'s top teams from this indoor season, based on scoring the season\'s top performances as a meet. Check it out!
Three photos galleries of the distance, sprint and field events from the 2/26 PTFCA Indoor State Championships @ Penn State University.
Photos from Miami\'s Louie Bing Relays, which saw some very fast early season performances.
2/26-West Catholic girls repeat, erase 3 records. Simon Gratz delivers. PTFCA Indoor sprints report.
It was just another day at the office for West Catholic - which mean a fantastic return on their training investment. And Simon Gratz made sure that the target on their backs stated visible. Summary on the sprints, including the 4x200 and 4x400 relays. (Pix coming)
Blacksburg - Sarah Bowman a senior from Fauquier County set the national record in the 1000m in 2:43.40 as she smashed the old record set by Ari Lambie (2:45.46) of Massachusetts in 2003. I asked Sarah before the race what her plans were and she said she was skipping the 1600m in order to try to get the record in the 1000m. Bowman led from the gun until the finish as she went through the first 200m in 29 seconds, 400m in 62 seconds, and 800m in 2:08.
USC Freshman Amberly Nesbitt, a 2004 graduate of JL Mann High School tied the second fastest time of the day at the SEC Championships in the 60-meter preliminaries, with a NCAA provisional time of 7.31.
In a stunning display of sheer talent and depth of PA\'s high school track & field athletes, fans of the sport will be talking about this PTFCA Indoor State Championships meet for years. The highlights start with an all-time top ten Shot Put, and then visits virtually every part of the state and every event. In the coming days, we\'ll have 1,000 pix, athlete quotes, and more. Coaches with splits of medalist teams can send that info to firstname.lastname@example.org
Only one of two preps in the entire nation competing against the nation\'s best professional adults as the USA Indoor Track & Field Championships this weekend at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston, Massachussetts, St. Catherine\'s junior Katie Doswell had a very excellent showing as she got pulled through into a huge personal best for 800 meters. Doswell hit a time of 2:08.86 in the 800 meter preliminaries on Saturday. The top six from the two heats on Saturday advanced to the next round as Doswell was 10th overall out of 12 runners with her time. Doswell had a previous best in the 800 meter run of 2:15.64, which she set last spring outdoors. Her time is the third fastest in the nation this season.
The Lake Braddock girls and Hayfield boys, both winners in the always tough Patriot District two weeks earlier, prevailed again as winners at the 2005 Northern Region Indoor Track and Field Championships held at the George Mason University Fieldhouse on Saturday, February 26.
At the final indoor meet for the 2004-05 season in the Tolsma Track Center, Liberty
Good day and welcome to all athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers and spectators for the 2005 Northern Region Indoor Track and Field Championships. Once again, today\'s meet shows the promise of placing itself among the best in regional meet history as Northern Virginia\'s finest get a chance to showcase their talents.
You\'ll see a lot of West Catholic stars Nicole Leach and Latavia Thomas. Leach could contribute to 40 points. And in the 60 Hurdles, Long Jump, Triple Jump and High Jump, watch the battle within the battle, as Nicole Smith goes against Erin Hannon and a host of others.
Northwest Region teams will again travel out of state to the Prince George Sports and Learning Complex in Landover, Md. Today
There will be a lot of close competiton, but there are several athletes and events with added flair, including Ryan Whiting in the Shot Put, Ryan Fritz and Juan Cave in the High Jump, and Simon Gratz in the 4x200 and 4x400.
Nine Virginia Tech track & field athletes earn All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors for their performances at the 2005 ACC indoor championships. The top three finishers in each event at the championships are All-ACC indoor track and field recipients.
Teams and individuals are scheduling their 2005 outdoor schedule, and we\'d like to have as accurate a calendar as possible, as soon as possible. So please take a moment now to confirm your invitationals, including meet name, date and venue. Include larger out-of-state meets you\'ll be attending, as well. Use the following link for the 2004 calendar if you need a reference. PA 2004 Outdoor Calendar Email email@example.com. Thanks for your help.
PA athletes were making their presence known at college conference meets last weekend.
The USATF has accepted St. Catherine\'s junior Katie Doswell\'s petition to compete in the 800 at the USA Indoor Championships in Boston this weekend, based on her performance in the Junior Girls 1000 at the Armory Collegiate Games on February 5th. Katie will run in the preliminaries on Saturday at 1:40 p.m. The 800 final is Sunday afternoon. Doswell, who has the fastest time in the nation for 1000 meters at 2:47, is coming off a sensational triple at the LIS Championships where she won the pole vault (10-2), 1600 meter run (5:03.8), and 3200 meter run (11:07.7) all in meet record breaking performances.
Two-time Olympic Marathoner Pete Pfitzinger shares his thoughts regarding pre-season and off-season training for high-school distance runners.
If Nicole Smith is the star of many events, her understudy is Erin Hannon of Bradford. And don\'t get used to the high 60\'s in the shot put. It\'s rare, and so is this athlete, Ryan Whiting.
OK, superlatives are not longer needed for Nicole Smith. She is in a zone. At this tune-up meet for states, she simply competed against herself, and was four-for-four. And these were not just indoor PR\'s, but PR\'s indoor or out.
Photo Gallery of 2/19 TFCAGP Meet of Champions @ Kutztown University
Virginia Tech\'s track & field teams completed their first-ever Atlantic Coast Conference indoor championships today at the Eddie Smith Field House on the campus of North Carolina. Tech\'s men\'s team finished in sixth place out of the 11 conference teams with 43.50 points while the Hokie women grabbed ninth with 36.50 points at the championships.
The qualifying standards for the 2005 PTFCA Indoor State Championships 2/26 at Penn State University...
Olympic Silver high jump medalist Matt Hemingway has been named the Official Starter for the Seventh Annual Daniel Island 5k, according to co-race director Dave Dombrowski.
The NYC Armory held the 2nd annual Coca-Cola Hall of Fame Classic, and PA was very well represented at this incredible meet. Carroll, Hatboro, Simon Gratz boys - Gwynedd Mercy girls - Simkins, Krais, Williams, VanBuskirk excel...
Aulton Kohn, a sophomore at Syracuse University sealed a victory at the Big East Championships this weekend in the 60-meter dash. Kohn, a 2003 graduate of Beaufort High School crossed the line in 6.73 seconds, which is a Big East meet record and Carrier Dome record.
Kandrick Cooper, a freshman at Winthrop University shattered the Big South Championships and the Big South all-time record in the 60-meter hurdles, with a first place finish in the event, Saturday at the Big South Indoor Championships.
North Penn battled O\'Hara and Strath Haven in the DMR and 4x200, winning one, and narrowly losing the other.
The Liberty men\'s and women\'s swept the 2005 New Balance Big South Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships this afternoon at the Rector Fieldhouse in Blacksburg, Va. The men\'s squad won with a total of 190.5 points, while the Lady Flames captured 176.5 points for the Big South Title. Head Coach Brant Tolsma took home Coach of the Year honors for both the men
A total of four individual Big South Conference accolades, seven first-place finishes, and five women
The George Mason men\'s and women\'s track and field teams hosted the George Mason Collegiate Open Invitational on Saturday and Olympian Richard Phillips had a chance to show his speed without any hurdles in his path. The Olympic semifinalist in the 110-meter hurdles and indoor All-American in the 60-meter hurdles and 110-meter hurdles got to run the 60-meter dash and he showed the whether he\'s got obstacles in his path or not, he is just plain fast.
Richmond\'s senior Ashley Bell earned the Atlantic 10 Most Outstanding Female Field Athlete after winning three events and led the Spider women to a third-place finish. Junior John Ciccarelli was named to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference team and paced the men to a sixth-place finish Saturday, Feb. 19, at the Atlantic 10 Indoor Track Championships in Kingston, R.I.
Radford Women Fourth, Men Fifth at the 2005 New Balance Big South Indoor Track and Field Championshi
The Radford University men
Nicole Leach won the 400 by the narrowest of margins - .01, after a five minute review of the Lynx photos determined her time to be 54.05. According to reports by John Dye, the Maryland freshman, Elan Hilaire, \"beat Leach to the turn after the break and held a little daylight into the far turn...
Virginia Tech track and field claimed two more ACC titles on the second day of the Atlantic Coast Conference indoor championships at North Carolina. \"We had an outstanding day,\" said head coach Dave Cianelli. \"Our athletes competed well in this tough and new environment. This is the boost we needed before the final day.\"
Mitch Greeley, a freshman at Clemson University earned All-ACC honors in the pole vault for the Tigers with a second place vault of 16\'4.75\" at the ACC Championships in Durham, N.C.
The stars came out and reflected brightly off the shiny Kutztown track with performances that you\'d expect at a meet of this caliber, but some showdowns weren\'t as close as anticipated...
Photo Gallery of 2/18 DVGTCA Meet of Champions @ Kutztown University
West Catholic senior Nicole Leach moved on comfortably with the top qualifying time in the 400 trial - a 56.23 - and a 25.10 200...
For the second year in a row the Hampton Lady Pirates and the Florida A&M Rattlers won the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships at the Prince George
Jocelyn Veit is a senior at Brookland Cayce High School. Veit, finished her high school career a semester early and has been in South America visiting relatives, learning the culture and running on the beaches. Veit will attend Spartanburg Methodist in the fall.
The Virginia men\'s distance medley team of Alex Tatu, Kellen Blassingame, McGavock Dunbar and Walt Kingsbery took home second place at the ACC Indoor Track and Field Championships today in Chapel Hill, NC. The foursome ran a 9:53.77, just 1.5 seconds off the ACC meet record set three years ago. David Sullivan also won silver today, clearing the pole vault with a 5.00m (16\' 4.75\"). The men\'s team stands in fifth place overall after two days of competition with 20.5 points.
In high school track, not all rules are created equally -- Why the rules of competition and the rules of eligibility are managed differently.
Dave Mock, Frances Koons rebound for successful close to frosh XC campaigns - and are thrilled by their college choices. They talk about their inaugural seasons, their setbacks, and their successful finishes at XC Junior Nationals.
Spyridon Jullien became Virginia Tech\'s first ACC individual champion on the first day of the 2005 Atlantic Coast Conference Indoor Championships. The championships are held on Dick Taylor Track in Eddie Smith Field House on the campus of North Carolina. Jullien, a junior from Athens, Greece, picked up 10 team points when he won the men\'s 35 lb. weight throw event with his fifth NCAA automatic qualifying mark of 75\'9.50\" (23.10m).
According to PIAA Assistant Executive Director Jodi Good, the state associations of Pennsylvania and New York have reached an agreement to enable non-member schools from any state to compete against NY athletes in any event in any sport in PA.
Erin Hannon of Bradford, and DaLynn Mills of Seneca Valley, each cleared 5-06, with Hannon getting the edge on misses. Butler\'s Kendall Butch went 5-02. And Thomas Jefferson\'s B.J. Wolfgang cleared 6-04 to take the boys\'s win.
Western Albemarle\'s Ashley Early improved upon her state record in the pole vault (12-2) that she had sit earlier in the season by extending the state record to a new height of 12-4. Early cleared the height at the Region II Meet held Wednesday at Fork Union\'s Estes Athletic Center. The Western Albemarle junior broke the previous Region II meet record by 16 inches. Video Clip of Early\'s Record Breaking Clearance (2.78 mb size file) by Joe Showker.
Justin Taylor announced yesterday that he has verbally committed to the University of Florida. And today the Orlando Sentinel reports that Jenny Barringer is headed to the University of Colorado.
The Capon Ridge Running Camp, sponsored by Nike, will be held once again this summer from July 17st to 22nd in Yellow Spring, West Virginia. The camp will featurue Alan Webb, 2004 Olympian and U.S. National 1500 meter champion. The camp will feature excellent speakers (including Juli Henner, Georgetown middle distance coach and 1996 Olympian and Alex Gibby, head men
James Madison senior Cindy Dunham\'s (Warren, Pa./Warren) 5,000m time of 17 minutes and 49.17 seconds earned her a first place finish at the Virginia Tech Classic in Blacksburg, which concluded on Saturday.
Virginia Tech\'s men\'s track & field team ranks No. 22nd in the NCAA division I this week\'s Men\'s Trackwire 25 poll that was released by Trackwire.com.
Central Dauphin senior Ryan Whiting didn\'t come out of nowhere. It\'s where he\'s going this year that has everyone turning from the track to watch, and to watch out for, the shot put.
All-American freshman Christo Landry (Falls Church, VA) and interim women
West Catholic won their first indoor PCL championship since 2000, but it was close. Cardinal O\'Hara took their 9th straight track title (indoor and outdoor).
While Germantown Academy was beating North Penn at the PTFCA Carnival, Springfield Montco was getting the top 4x800 time in the state across the river at Lawrenceville\'s Lavino Relays.
Virginia first-year Emily Harrison, who earned All-ACC and All-Regional honors while advancing to the NCAA Championships in her first year as a collegiate runner in 2004, finished eighth at the USA Junior Women\'s National Championships, held in Vancouver, Wash. The first six athletes were named to the Junior National team that will compete in the 2005 World Championships in France.
31 photographs are online from the Volunteer Indoor Classic. The meet took place on Feb. 12.
As the indoor season draws to a close, teams are preparing for their respective indoor conference meets. These teams have prepared for these meets all season long; it is the pinnacle of the season.
Both Corey Duquette and Elkana Chepsiror used their finishing speed to take the top spots in the mile and the 1,000-meters, respectively, at the Virginia Tech Challenge on the weekend.
212 teams descended on Lehigh University for the annual PTFCA Track Carnival, usually a look at many of the top contenders for the upcoming state championships. More...
Sophomore Dave Baxter (Warwick, N.Y./Warwick Valley) and junior Paul Cawley (Mount Pleasant, N.J./Christian Brothers Academy) each met qualifying standards for the 2005 IC4A Championships with their performances at the Virginia Tech Challenge over the weekend.
Virginia\'s David Sullivan smashed his own school record in the pole vault with a leap of 5.30m, hitting the NCAA provisional qualifying mark in the process and taking second place at the Virginia Tech Challenge today in Blacksburg. Sullivan, who set the school record last year with a 5.20m, was one of a handful of Cavaliers who hit personal best and season best marks this weekend, a tune-up for next week\'s ACC Championships.
Former PA XC AAA state champs Dave Mock (Westmont Hilltop) and Frances Koons (Allentown Central Catholic) finished with the elite of the USATF XC juniors. Mock captured 8th in 25:59.8 for the 8km Junior Men\'s race, while Koons was 13th in the Junior Women\'s 6km race at the USATF Cross Country Championships, running 22:58. Former Haverford runner and Olympian Shayne Culpepper was 2nd in the Open Women\'s 4km in 13:27.0, while former Great Valley star Mark Stallings was 26th in the Open Men\'s 12km race in 39:15.7.
Nicole Smith of McDowell, and Erin Hannon of Bradford will hopefully face each other at States in an event or two, but for this meet, they took aim at each other from different events, each getting a US#3 mark. And Rob Rankin is US#5 after an indoor Shot Put PR.
Schenley\'s Kaetlyn Brown and West Mifflin\'s Monica Allen hit the line at virtually the same time, with Brown gettilng the nod, And Upper Saint Clair was well under 4;10 in the 4x440 relay. More...
Angelina Blackmon finished 17th overall in 23:26 over the 6k course out of a field of 52 runners.
Virginia Tech\'s track & field teams completed the first day of the the Virginia Tech Challenge, which is held on a 200 meter banked track inside the Rector Fieldhouse on the Tech campus. The Hokies had three individual and two relay teams win. All three of the individual winners are from Tech\'s 22nd ranked men\'s team.
Paul White has known for some time that his daughter Mallory is a special athlete. Now, White is helping ensure that a remarkable number of Mallory
Virginia Tech\'s track & field teams host the Virginia Tech Challenge starting on Friday, Feb. 11 through Saturday, Feb. 12 on a 200 meter banked track inside the Rector Fieldhouse on the Tech campus.
Nia Ali of West Catholic recorded a US#3 performance in winning the Colgate Women\'s Games Finals at Madison Square Garden, with Valley\'s Mycaiah Clemons just behind in a US#7. More...
Eleanor Roosevelt High School\'s boys and girls sprint medley teams put up tremendous performances in HBCU Invitational, placing them 4th and 5th on the national indoor list.
Lady Flame Kena Butts and Flame Josh McDougal were named New Balance Indoor Track & Field Athletes of the Week by the Big South Conference on Wednesday.
Fernando Cabada led Virginia Intermont College to the school\'s first national championship team title in November and will this weekend attempt to put himself on the US national team at the US World Cross Country Trials in Vancouver, Washington. Cabada was the first American at the NAIA National Championships finishing third behind Kenyans Soimo Kiplagat and Josephat Keino.
Virginia Tech\'s men\'s track & field team tied for the No. 22nd national ranking this week with Kansas State and Nebraska according to the Men\'s Trackwire 25 poll that was released by Trackwire.com.
Seven of the 12 athletes running for Pitt, Duke, and Lock Haven in the Distance Medley Relay in early February at the Collegiate Invitational in New York graduated from Pennsylvania high schools.Two are in this photo by John Dye of Dyestat.com... Chris Spooner (Lewisburg), running lead-off for the Duke Blue Devils, and just behind him, Ryan Blood (East Pennsboro), for Lock Haven. And North Carolina\'s women were 2nd by .08 to Villanova, going 11:05.31 with the help of Penn Wood graduate Danielle Rodgers.
Central Dauphin\'s Ryan Whiting now owns the top four throws of the season in the country. And the girl\'s a putting up some great Shot number, as well. The boy\'s 400 has another contender, and Lauretta Dezubay is top in the girls\' 3000. Reading\'s Jessica Forrest wins two and gets a 2nd.
It all came down to the final event, and less than a second. After garnering a strong performance from their distance runners in the 3200 meter run, the Colonial Forge boys pulled ahead of host Brooke Point by two points. So it was a must win for the Black Hawks in the 4x400 and a hope that Colonial Forge would fall to third. In the end it was the Brooke Point quad holding off their district rival with a 4:33.84 to 4:34.49 win to tie for the District Championship.
Kathleen Wilkerson is a senior at Northwestern High School. The Trojan talks about choosing a college, running at Junior Olympic Nationals, and her goals for the 2005 track and field season.
PA teams were at the NYC Armory on Monday 2/7 for the 168th St. Varsity Classic, and they utilized the fastest track in the world.
Ever hear of Hanover\'s A.J. Suravicz? Well, you are now, and you probably will in the future if you follow those few who flirt with the four-minute mile. Suravicz is now a senior at Saint Francis University in Loretto, PA. Over the weekend, he ran in the Meyo Mile at Notre Dame. Four guys broke four, and A.J. was 5th in a PR of 4:00.14, which is an NCAA provisional time. Full race results and a link to the meet...
The River Ridge District from southwest Virginia is staking a claim as one of the best and most competitive AA districts in the Commonwealth. Numerous athletes from the River Ridge are on top of the double A rankings. Four of the State
At the Boston University Invitational on January 28th, another alum* of that 2001 state championship cross country team from Cedar Cliff showed there\'s life in those Colts\' legs in college.
William and Mary
Nate Kiss of Windber matched his PA #4 best of 7.94 for the 55m Hurdles. Eric Sparks of Hickory extended his PA#1 Pole Vault to 15-06. It\'s also #9 in the US. The PA contingent was lighter than normal thanks to a rescheduled College Boards.
Photos from the races on Sunday.
Harrisburg area\'s Dominique Darden and Patrick Philbin competed together (well, not in the same race) at the Gator Invitational Sunday February 6 in Gainesville, Florida.
Northern senior Amy Backel continues to tally the wins, and one included a PR...
The annual high school mile division of the Gator Indoor Invitational did not disappoint. Nicole Schappert finished three seconds up on Kelly Parrish, winning with a converted 1600 time of 4:55.26. They boys race was a nail-biter with Justin Taylor coming out ahead of recent UF commitment Jeremey Criscione. Taylor came through with a converted time of 4:17.02.
Nicole Smith of McDowell has been dominating western PA field events for a few years. Her heir apparent - Bradford junior Erin Hannon - is not only challenging her, but the two simply took over the top spots in the state triple jump with performances that are also nationally ranked. Max Brown, North Allegheny, and Jake Walker, Ellwood City, were at it again, but this time at a shorter distance.
In the Long Jump, Conwell-Egan\'s Steve Slaton covered 22-02 before hitting sand. The jump is PA#2.
Juan Cave of St. Joseph\'s Prep has this 6-10 thing down to a science. His effort this week earned him the meet record.
Simon Gratz didn\'t match their US#1 1:27.96 4x200, but getting with a quarter of a second is pretty good as their 1:28.19 won the HS event at the New Balance Collegiate Games. Their second leg faded in the 4x400, and a furious rally brought them to 2nd in 3:21.98. Teir US#1 3:20.14 was eclipsed by Newburgh NY with a 3:17.82.
Penncrest\'s Karen Shump had thrown over 40\' twice in this, her first season of high school competition. But a PR of 2\' 5-1/2\" is huge.
Eric Sparks and Buddy Rose continued their battle above the first story. Adam Penn of Canon-McMillan wins the Long Jump, and McDowell\'s Travis Coleman takes the Shot Put...
St. Catherine\'s junior Katie Doswell continued what has been a jaw dropping amazing and out of nowhere surprising indoor season by running the second fastest 1000 meter indoor time in U.S. high school prep history. In a sensational field assembled at the Armory Collegiate Games, held at New York City\'s Armory track, Doswell paced off of New Jersey\'s Janine Davis (1:06, 1:42, 2:15.4) with the rest of the field and then blew away Davis and the competition in the final lap to win in a time of 2:47.10. Doswell was coming off a double win at the Virginia Tech Invitational last weekend in the 1000 meter run (2:52.38) and 500 meter dash (1:15.04), which her two victories started to give her some national notoriety. However, after this weekend\'s performance, everyone in the nation should know Doswell\'s name.
The Liberty Men
PA HS grads ran very well in the collegiate portion.
irginia Tech\'s track & field teams competed at the Carolina Classic today at the Eddie Smith Field House. Four Hokies won their respective events. Three of the four winners today are from Tech\'s No. 25 men\'s team.
unior Jason Schoener (Grand Blanc, MI) qualified for the IC4A Championships in the 3,000m as two-time defending CAA Champion William and Mary men
Sophomore Julia Cathcart (Starkville, MS) qualified for the ECAC Championships in the 3,000m as four-time defending CAA Champion William and Mary women
Less than a week after a race against world class athletes at the Armory, West Catholic senior Nicole Leach was in another battle witht the best at the Millrose games, taking 3rd in the 400 in 55.96.
Virginia Tech\'s track & field teams compete at the Carolina Classic, it\'s fourth indoor meet of the season, on Saturday, Feb. 5 at the Eddie Smith Field House.
Mountain High Running Camp, a dynamic learn-by-doing running camp for high school harriers in southwest Virginia, has teamed up with Mizuno to provide every camper with a pair of professionally fitted running shoes.
In a competition delayed from January 22nd because of snow, the girls came out throwing long....
Virginia\'s top middle distance talent in senior Sarah Bowman proved any doubters that she still can run with the best in the nation as she finished second in the prestigous and elite Millrose Games high school girls\' mile race. Bowman, a national indoors champion in the event as a sophomore and national outdoors champion at 800 meters last spring, seems to have bounced back from a drama filled fall with subpar performances and her eventual leaving of the Fauquier High School cross country team. Bowman led the field through the quarter and half with New York\'s Nicole Blood in 70.3 and 2:25. New York\'s Aislinn Ryan, the 2004 Foot Locker Cross Country National champion, took it to the field in the last half of the race to come away with the win in 4:52.29. Bowman passed Blood for second to finish in a time of 4:55.41 as Blood faded to fourth in a time of 4:59.11. Bowman\'s time is the fastest time in the state to date by nearly six seconds. The event was held once again at the Madison Square Garden\'s 160 meter banked track surface.
The Millrose Games, held Fri Feb 4, will be on NBC Sat Feb 5 from 2-3:30pm. The Tyson Inv, held Fri Feb 11 in Arkansas, is on Sat Feb 12 on ESPN2 from 9-10:30pm. And the USA Indoor T&F Championships held Feb 25-27 in Boston, is on Sun Feb 27 on ESPN from 3-5pm. Thanks to Tim O\'Dowd of Irishrunner.com for the heads-up.
Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow today, so it looks like we
A mini-invasion from New Jersey, as athletes from Camden and Lenape took most of the individual sprints and the 3200. But PA\'s athletes were closer than a second in most. More...
Due to time constraints and the large number of collegiate teams that are being allowed to participate this year, we have closed the meet to non-collegiate athletes. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If there are any questions please contact Dave Cianelli (540) 231-3094 or Melinda Sallins (540)-231-5537.
Virginia Tech announces the hiring of Lawrence Johnson to the track and field coaching staff. Johnson will coach Tech\'s men and women sprinters, hurdlers and jumpers. He replaces Terry Winston who is now an assistant coach at Arizona State.