Mendham averaged 16:13 on the way to a 56-88 victory over Chatham at Greystone
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We caught up with the Princeton bound Abby Loveys to discuss more about her state record run in the 3200m at the Morris County Championships.
Sean Dolan had a big race at the NYRR meet in New York!
Stanley finished seventh and Loveys 11th at the 40th annual meet on Saturday in San Diego
Loveys won the 1,600 at the NJ Meet of Champions last spring and won the XC M of C last month
The Point Pleasant Boro All-American plans to take just three official college visits.
Group 1 state champ Fahd Nasser had a very successful senior year, he shares his four year experience with us.
The multiple state champion from McNair Academic is headed to Princeton University
Starliper went up against college competition and ran one of the fastest 5Ks in state history.
Christian Brothers Academy senior Drake Anzano announced on twitter Thursday evening that he will be attending Princeton University.
The 2014-2015 school year has provided some great highlights in both cross country and track across the Sunshine State. In the coming weeks many of our seniors will head out to start their college careers both athletically and academically. We wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature and say thank you for your support over the years.
Wow. The 2014 Cross Country season is over. First of all, congratulations to all of the national qualifiers from Florida who are lucky enough to have one last race! Go and make us proud in San Diego and Portland! I know I speak for everyone when I say that there were some great races this past weekend and I am so excited for everyone who ran PR’s or ran the race of their lives.
New Jersey All Timer Ashley Higginson spoke to the Hillsborough HS Girls XC team on Tuesday night and her presentation is now up on video.
Bertrand’s switch pays off with roster spot at Princeton (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
Bertrand chooses New Jersey school because of computer science department, track program (via Gazette.net Gazette Maryland Community News)
Head men's track & field coach Fred Samara announces the hiring of Robby Andrews as an assistant track & field coach. (via GoPrincetonTigers.com)
Courtney and Jessica Ackerman didn’t come to New Trier with a long history of running. The twins entered New Trier known more for playing soccer than any other sport, but they will graduate as two of the best runners in program history. (via wilmette.suntimes.com)
Princeton Invite: 10:30 – Womens’ Championship 6k Race 11:15 – Men’s Championship 8k Race 12:00 – Women’s Open 6k Race 12:45 – Men’s Open 8k Race Introduction: This weekend, the UMBC Men’s ... (via UMBC XC/TF)
2012 NCAA CHAMPION, 3000M STEEPLECHASE RUNNER, DONN CABRAL, IS GOING TO BE USING BURST TO SHARE HIS SPECIAL VIDEO MOMENTS FROM LONDON.
PRINCETON — Donn Cabral could be the poster boy for Princeton University athletes. Actually, bubble boy would be more like it. The senior track standout has already qualified for next month’s Olympic Trials in the steeplechase event, and, as a two-time runnerup in the NCAA Nationals, he is leaving nothing to chance.
Senior David Slovenski set an Ivy League record in the pole vault as the Princeton men's track & field team opened the 2011-12 indoor season hosting the New Years Invitational on Saturday, Dec. 10 at Jadwin Gym. The three-time Ivy League indoor champion cleared 5.37 meters (17-7.25) taking down his previous personal best of 5.30 (17-4.75). (via GoPrincetonTigers.com)
Today Eddie Owens was packing a bag to join his future Princeton teammates at a preseason training camp in Utah. While he stuffed a suitcase to prepare for his future he still couldn’t shake his feelings of the recent past.
More than a decade after he first came to Princeton, Tora Harris remains head-and-shoulders above the rest. Literally.
Lauren Simmons was the 2002 NCAA runner-up in the 800 meters outdoor and a six-time Heptagonal champion. She is the No. 6 athlete on the countdown.
Liz Costello is putting the finishing touches on one of the great careers in Princeton women's track and field history. She is the No. 7 Princeton female athlete of the decade.
PRINCETON, N.J. (12/12/09) - Princeton hosted the New Years Invitational on Saturday, Dec. 12 to open up the 2009-10 indoor track & field season.
The Princeton indoor track and field season gets underway on Friday, Dec. 11 when the Tigers host the New Years Invitational at Jadwin Gym.
The Princeton women's cross country team took second behind No. 1-ranked Washington at the Notre Dame Invitational on lt;br />Friday, Oct. 2 in South Bend, Ind.
The Princeton men's cross country team finished 10th at the Notre Dame Invitational on Friday, Oct. 2, covering the 8k course lt;br />with 262 points in hand.
The Princeton men and women's cross country teams resume action on Friday, Oct. 2, competing in two races. The Notre Dame Invitational and the Paul Short Run.
The Princeton men's cross country team began practicing just a couple of weeks ago. Last week they began fast-paced practice and GoPrincetonTigers.tv was there to capture some of it on video.
The Princeton women's cross country finished the Cappy Anderson Invitational together and did it with a win. The Tigers lt;br />earned 20 points, taking places 2-3-4-5-6-7-8, for the victory.
The Princeton men's cross country team won the Cappy Anderson Invitational held at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore lt;br />on Saturday, Sept. 19.
TigerCast, the official weekly podcast of Princeton athletics, makes its debut today with a trio of interviews, including one with the Charles W. Caldwell Jr. '23 Head Coach of Football Roger Hughes, who discusses Saturday's matchup with The Citadel and his overall feelings on the preseason. Senior cross country standout Liz Costello and men's soccer coach Jim Barlow, on the eve of the 2009 Princeton Invitational, also join the show.
The Princeton cross country teams will get a look at the NCAA Regional course this Saturday, Sept. 19 when they take part in the Cappy Anderson Invitational on the campus of Maryland Eastern Shore.
The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association released its preseason cross country rankings on Tuesday, Sept. 15 and both Princeton teams find themselves on the list.
The Princeton men's cross country team competed in its first meet of the season at the Fordham Fiasco on Saturday, Sept. 12. lt;br />The race was held at Van Cortlandt Park, the site of the Ivy League Heptagonal.
The Princeton women's cross county team earned a second-place finish at the Fordham Fiasco, the first meet of the 2009 lt;br />season, on Saturday, Sept. 12 at Van Cortlandt Park.
The Princeton men and women's cross country teams begin its respective seasons on Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Fordham Fiasco & Follies held at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx.
The Princeton University women's cross country team is coming off the best year ever for a Princeton cross country team, but they aren't satisfied.
The Princeton men's cross country team will begin its season on Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Fordham Fiasco at Van Cortlandt Park.
Senior Emily Daly tossed the hammer 54.28 meters at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.Princeton men's track and field and cross country athletes give fans a look around at their athletic facilities during the 2009 IC4As.
Princeton head women's cross country and track and field coach Peter Farrell and assistant coach Ed Roskiewicz have announced the 16-person Class of 2013 that will join the program in the fall.
Seven current and former Princeton men's track and field athletes competed at the USA Track & Field 2009 National Championships in Eugene, Ore., this past weekend.
Seven current and former Princeton men's track and field athletes will compete at the USA Track & Field 2009 National Championships in Eugene, Ore., this weekend, June 26-28.
Senior Emily Daly tossed the hammer 54.28 meters at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.Princeton men's track and field and cross country athletes give fans a look around at their athletic facilities during the 2009 IC4As.Princeton head men's cross country coach Steve Dolan and head women's cross country coach Peter Farrell have announced the schedules for the upcoming 2009 cross country season.
Princeton head women's cross country and track and field coach Peter Farrell and assistant coach Ed Roskiewicz have announced the 16-person Class of 2013 that will join the program in the fall.Princeton head men's cross country coach Steve Dolan and head women's cross country coach Peter Farrell have announced the schedules for the upcoming 2009 cross country season.
Princeton Men's Cross Country and Track and Field coaches Fred Samara and Steve Dolan are proud to announce Princeton's 2009 recruiting class.
Seven current and former Princeton men's track and field athletes will compete at the USA Track & Field 2009 National Championships in Eugene, Ore., this weekend, June 26-28.Senior Michael Maag and sophomore Sarah Cummings have earned 2009 All-America honors by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association, it was announced by the organization on Monday, June 15.
Princeton head women's cross country and track and field coach Peter Farrell and assistant coach Ed Roskiewicz have announced the 16-person Class of 2013 that will join the program in the fall.Princeton head men's cross country coach Steve Dolan and head women's cross country coach Peter Farrell have announced the schedules for the upcoming 2009 cross country season.Seniors Kristin Schwab and Megan Brandeland were honored recently by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) as 2009 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honorees.
Sophomore Sarah Cummings took 12th in the women's 10000-meter run at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship at the University of Arkansas, clocking in at 34:29.77.
A brief weather delay at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championship on the campus of the University of Arkansas had no effect on senior Michael Maag, who advances to the men's 5000-meter final.
Senior Alex Pessala competed in the men's hammer throw, one of the first events of the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field lt;br />Championship on the campus of the University of Arkansas.
2006 Conestoga High School grad and 2005 Foot Locker Finalist Liz Costello has been having a great year for one of the top-ranked NCAA Division I team, Princeton University. On Friday, October 26, she toured the hilly Van Cortlandt 5K course in 17:14 to win the Ivy League (Heptagonal) Championships. Both the Princton women and men won league titles. The 4th ranked Tiger women received one first vote in the Oct 20 USTFCCCA poll. Link to photo galleries of both races in the story... along with a link to the photos from the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Photo by Timothy O'Dowd, Irishrunner.com