The Outdoor Meet of Champions will be held at Pennsauken this spring and in 2025, according to NJSIAA Track and Field Tournament Director Al Stumpf.
The UC girls defeated defending national champion Saratoga Springs of N.Y. at Goddard Park in Warwick, Rhode Island on Saturday.
NJ No. 1 U.S. No. 8 CBA drops a bomb with 16:07 average as NJ dominates by sweeping all four varsity team titles and both boys individual titles on Saturday.
NJ No. 1 CBA will defend its title at the Bowdoin Park Classic and the NJ No. 1 Union Catholic girls will clash with Saratoga Springs in Rhode Island.
The Haddonfield boys won its 245th straight dual meet on Tuesday to break the South Jersey record, and CBA extended its national record dual streak to 393.
Freshman star Paige Sheppard finished first to lead UC to a runaway victory on Saturday in Sayreville. St. Anthony's of Long Island rolled to the boys title.
We break down 20 girls to keep an eye on ahead of the New Jersey 2023 cross country season.
We break down 20 runners to keep an eye on ahead of this New Jersey 2023 cross country season.
The Trenton native showed a lot of resiliency and heart on her way to a third-place finish in Sunday's 800 final.
As a junior this past June, the Haddonfield star won the 3,200-meter title in dramatic and breathtaking fashion at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions.
In her first season of XC as a junior last year, Hollis ran 18:33 at Holmdel Park. That makes her the fastest returner in the state.
The rising senior at Westfield ran 15:59 at Holmdel Park, 15:41 at Warinanco Park, and 16:10 at Bowdoin during his rookie XC season on the trails last year.
Vigilante, the men's head XC coach at Princeton since 2012, takes over for the legendary Fred Samara, who retired following a 46-year career.
The Clemson-bound star ran 13.63 in the finals of the 110-meter hurdles on Saturday in Puerto Rico to cap off a magical season.
The Rutgers-bound Tucker came from way back to finish first in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles in 51.36 on Friday in Puerto Rico.
The rising senior at Freehold Township has won 3 Meet of Champions titles in her career, including the XC championship last November.
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The junior ran 15:43 to win the State Non-Public A XC title last fall, and ran a PR of 9:04.64 for 2 miles last spring.
The Rutgers-bound star ran the fastest high school time in the nation in the 400 hurdles this past season with a 50.96.
The 2013 graduate of Delsea High School qualified for the World Championships, raising the total of NJ athletes who qualified to seven.
NJ's Athing Mu also qualified for the World Championships by placing second in the women's 1500-meter run.
The star out of Scotch Plans-Fanwood High ran a personal best and wind-legal 13.40 to finish first on Friday at Hayward Field in Oregon.
Sam Mattis, who starred at NJ's East Brunswick High School, had a clutch throw to win the men's discus, and Orji lost the triple jump by .25.
The throwing star at Southern Regional won the discus at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions and at the New Balance National Championships.
Giordano, who won the discus at the New Balance National Championships, had one of the best seasons in NJ history in the circle.
Mekhi Stafford of Ewing blasted a wind-legal 10.45 to win the 100m dash at Saturday's Grand Prix meet in New York.
Samara has coached the Tigers to 51 Heptagonal team and 502 individual championships, and has coached 10 different Princeton Tigers to nine NCAA titles.
Several New Jersey athletes produced sparkling performances at Saturday's meet at Icahn Stadium on Randall's Island in New York.
Heslop died from injuries sustained in a car accident on Monday in Franklin Township, according to multiple reports.
Toms River North won the boys 4x400 in an Ocean County record 3:14.90, and Damarion Potts of South Brunswick cleared 6-9 to capture the boys high jump.