Nora May McSorley wasn’t concerned about the Randolph 4×800 qualifying for Penn Relays. After all, Rams assistant coach Kevin Higgins had assured the quartet — McSorley and seniors Margaret Thomson, Carole Harsch and Liz Lansing — they had “locked in” a spot after running 9:27.05 despite little opposition at the Cougar Classic on Saturday. 726 more words
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Meet New Jersey’s newest javelin throwing star – Georgian Court University freshman Michael Brazzel.
With a mighty heave of 68.41 meters/224 feet, 5 inches at the Osprey Open Meet at Stockton University last Saturday, the rookie Lion out of North Arlington High School delivered perhaps the best performance in the two-year history of the GCU men’s track and field program, and gained national recognition in the process. 763 more words
The Northern Kentucky Clippers took 18 swimmers to compete in the NCSA Junior National Championship taking place from March 17-21 in Orlando, Fla.
This year’s team was one of the most successful in Clippers’ history as they broke 14 individual records, and eight relay records. 492 more words
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – After his brilliant performance recently at the National Club Swimming Association Championships in Orlando, Fla., Zach Harting, 17, of the Huntsville Swim Association is flying out of the country. 1,057 more words