VIC Pascoe is so committed to his athletes, he often pays his own way to watch and encourage them at international meets.
Courtesy: Bethanie Murray Boise State freshman Allie Ostrander won the World Junior Mountain Running Championship on Saturday in Wales, becoming just the second American to win the women’s junior title. Ostrander won in 19:44 on the rugged 2.92 mile course which included 820 ft of elevation change. The 2014 NXN champion will next compete this upcoming weekend at the Roy Griak Invitational hosted by the University of Minnesota.
The Lady Lobos take a spin around Albuquerque – go behind the scenes of Episode 1. “I would never run over a cat.” – Alice Wright
MileSplit gives you the rundown of Woodbridge’s course and what to expect for tomorrow!
Grace Tinkey Transfers to Adams State
For most everyone on the New Mexico women’s cross country team, coming to Albuquerque was a culture shock. Even head coach Joe Franklin had to get use to the unique foothills and altitude that the University of New Mexico boasts. Last year the Lady Lobos placed 3rd in the nation. This year with the international talent in Alice Wright, Calli Thackery and Rhona Auckland plus the addition of All-American Courtney Frerichs – the rest of the NCAA better take notice. “Luckily we didn’t get anybody lost. Nobody fell on the rocks. Everybody made it back okay. Which is actually, strange.” – Joe Franklin
Watch Penn State’s Tori Gerlach react to her victory Friday at the Nittany Lions’ season opener at the Spiked Shoe Invitational in University Park, Pa.
Watch the Syracuse sophomore claim the Spiked Shoe Invitational victory Friday in University Park. Bennie led the Syracuse Orange to a runner-up team finish, behind the Michigan Wolverines.
Watch Tori Gerlach win the college women’s race at the Spiked Shoe Invitational Friday in University Park. Gerlach claimed the victory in 21:30 and led the Nittany Lions to a team title.
We caught up with 3 of NC State’s best runners – junior Sam Parsons, Washington senior transfer Meron Simon, and Elon senior transfer Luis Vargas after a tough workout in Raleigh. The guys talk about what it’s like to be training together for the first time, and their goals for the season. Parsons and Simon both figure to be pivotal members of the XC team, while Vargas only has track eligibility remaining.
After a morning tempo run, we tagged along during an afternoon shakeout with the Grizzlies. The defending D2 National Champions are looking to defend their title, but will this squad’s lack of experience be their downfall? Listen what the crew has to say.
WHETHER the tradition-rich Ipswich Winter Carnival continues in a twilight format will be reviewed at the next Ipswich and District Athletic Club meeting.