Post by Nevada Hoya on May 30, 2016 17:19:35 GMT -5
tgo, I was just about to post the same things. Morgan is on a roll.
Womens 800 Meter Run ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Irish, Morgan 12 Palos Verdes 2:08.32 2 Schroeder, Erica 11 San Marcos 2:08.48 3 Penn, Rylee 10 Centennial/Corona 2:09.01 4 Alonzo, Bianca 12 Marlborough 2:09.40 5 Durgy, Cassie 12 Huntington Beach 2:09.56 6 Hill, Jacquelyn 11 Etiwanda 2:09.88 7 Yago, Malina 10 Marymount 2:12.90 8 Daly, Jennifer 11 Dana Hills 2:13.21 9 Pate, Bailey 11 West Ranch 2:13.91 10 Hessler, Whitney 11 Mission Viejo 2:14.35 11 Sullivan, Julia 11 Oaks Christian 2:16.27 12 Rosales, Brenda 11 Poly (Long Beach) 2:17.26
Our other California recruit did not do too badly:
Mens 3200 Meter Run ================================================================ Name Year School Finals ================================================================ 1 Bolger, Callum 11 San Luis Obispo 8:52.40 2 Van Scoter, Jack 12 Flintridge Prep 8:52.88 3 Dodds, Spencer 12 Great Oak 8:55.20 4 Coppi, Mason 12 Dana Hills 8:55.53 5 Spencer, Cole 12 Great Oak 9:00.48 6 Reynolds, Garrett 12 Ventura 9:01.33 7 Renken, Ryan 11 Claremont 9:02.59 8 Capetillo, Salvador 12 Baldwin Park 9:03.50 9 Landgraf, Jack 10 Dana Hills 9:04.92 10 Janes, Tyler 12 King, M.L. 9:06.20 11 Ornelas, Raymon 10 Roosevelt, E 9:08.22 12 Branch, Jacob 12 Quartz Hill 9:19.54
Post by Nevada Hoya on Jun 13, 2016 19:25:05 GMT -5
Two of our recruits will be in the Adidas Boost Boston Games on Friday, June 17 in the dream miles:
In the Boys’ Dream Mile, Ratcliffe and Herrera will be challenged by:
Ryan Schweizer (Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines, IA), an eight-time state champion including back-to-back titles at 800m, 1600m, and 3200m who is also the 2016 Drake Relays and Kansas Relays Champion; Joseph Bistritz (Chagrin Falls, OH), a two-time state cross country champion and 2016 state 1600m champion; Jack Salisbury (LaSalle Academy, Providence, RI), a 10-time individual state champion, including three consecutive titles at 1500m; Gavin Gaynor (Hudson, OH), a four-time state champion at 1500m (2 outdoor, 2 indoor) who was ranked #1 in the U.S. at 1600m indoors for 2016; and Patrick Parker (American Fork, UT), runner-up in the mile at the 2016 Arcadia Invitational.
In the Girls’ Dream 1500, Murphy, Rainsberger, and Collier will face:
Ella Donaghu (Grant HS, Portland, OR), a 13-time state champion, including three titles each in cross country and 1500m; Nevada Mareno (Leesville Road HS, Raleigh, NC), the 2015 indoor national mile champion and 2016 state champion at 800m, 1600m, 3200m who was third in the 2015 Foot Locker Nationals Cross Country Championships; Madie Boreman (Leander Rouse HS, Leander, TX), runner-up at the 2015 USATF World Youth Track & Field Trials in the 2K Steeplechase and the 2016 Kansas Relays Champion at 1600m; and Margie Cullen (Needham, MA), the 2016 state champion, 2 miles (10:27.59, #2 in U.S.).
Post by Nevada Hoya on Jun 14, 2016 15:41:19 GMT -5
They're all Runnin' On a Dream ... here's the lineup for the adidas Boys' Dream Mile and Girls' Dream 1500! Invites went out to only the best in the U.S., included Boston-area locals Thomas Ratcliffe of Concord-Carlisle High School and Margie Cullen of Needham High School.
Post by Nevada Hoya on Jul 9, 2016 10:14:29 GMT -5
Add to the Hoya men's XC roster a transfer from Notre Dame. Coach Smith said he placed about 45th at the NCAAs last fall. Don't know his name yet, but from the list of finishers last fall was Michael Clevinger, but he was listed as a senior. Might be a grad transfer, who has XC eligibility.
Post by Nevada Hoya on Jul 27, 2016 16:14:05 GMT -5
Sarah Cotton, Jocelyn Hubbard, Andrea Keklak, and Haley Pierce are all back as grad students with some eligibility. Also, as mentioned above Carey Celata is a grad student from the U of Penn. Since the Ivies don't have red shirts, runners often transfer for grad work at some university that doesn't have this restriction and are able to run out their eligibility. Our last Ivy transfer for grad work might have been Liam Boylan-Pett, who did his undergraduate work at Columbia. Another Columbia graduate, who did his final year of eligibility elsewhere, is John Gregorek, son or the great Georgetown runner (who at one time ranked in the top 10 in the history of US running in three events: 1500/mile, 3000m steeplechase, and the 5000m). It is a shame Johnny did not go to Georgetown (his mom was an outstanding runner at Georgetown too).