She made Nationals in 2017, and Mary Hennelly will be back among the top pack come this fall.
New York Track & Field and Cross Country News
The Hornets have flown high to thirteen straight state championships while hoarding away twelve national titles, but this year the hive is under attack.
Check out the summer training of Tully's Brooke Rauber in this week's training blog
The Gators are again on the march, but a trio of top rivals are rising fast and hoping to keep the Notre Dame from swallowing up a 5th straight CHSAA title.
Four top teams representing four different boros are set for a showdown this year in the PSAL, and the key word on the championship ticket is something called depth.
The AIS title is up for grabs this year as four top contenders look to dethrone last year's surprise champion.
After a year like no other and championships for NY at the team and individual level at NXN and also an international title for a runner at World Juniors, what's in store for 2018?
The XC season is once again upon us, and the term "Speed Ratings" are sure to be on everyone's mind once again
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Check out how summer training is going for New York's young phenom, Brooke Rauber
John Jay-Cross River tops the state in team scoring with a strong compression.
The below measurements are based on the Team Average 5k through the Top 5 returning athletes from last year.
Sixty-three of New York's top track and field athletes put their best performances from the winter and spring seasons on the line in the NY Trackathlon Showdown. So who manned up with the biggest scores?
New York Knicks Assistant GM Allan Houston spoke with MileSplit about the AAU Junior Olympics
The song, also titled "Undefeated," explores what it means to be a black female athlete in today's climate.
PSAL Alums making a difference on the World's Stage.
See what times to expect this coming November.
16:32 is the mark to beat this year.
Syracuse's Noah Affolder looks back on his first year of college at Syracuse University