Sofie Matson and Karley Piers signed their National Letter of Intents. Matson will attend Columbia while Piers is headed to Florida Gulf Coast
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Championship Season may be a loose term during the 2020 Pandemic Fall Season, but some sections are making due with what they have.
In the spring of 1998, Michelle Kercado launched a lawsuit that opened up the pole vault for New York's girls.
Lauren Micham leads the way 100 hurdles listing with her 13.66 showing in 2017.
A list of committed athletes from the class of 2020.
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On March 23rd of last year, Moe Abusway opened his season with a pair of emphatic victories in the 110H and 300H contests.
The son of a Collegiate Coach is making his rise to the top in the PSAL.
The All-State runner has won two state titles in XC and one Meet of Champions title on the track
Columbia University bound, Moe Abusway talks about his days competing for the Strongsville Mustangs.
Columbia University commit, Moe Abusway returned from injury at the AAU District Columbus meet and pocketed a decisive win in the 110 hurdles contest.
Moe Abusway, Tyler Hannah and Justin Finney were among the stellar 110H field at the 2018 Comet Relays.
Check out who made the list of Ohio's top hurdlers, both in individual events and for combined performances.
Gahanna Lincoln's Madison Martinez and Moe Abusway from Strongsville have been named the MileSplit Ohio Performers of the Month for March.
Columbia University commit, Moe Abusway recorded a meet record time of 14.46 to secure the 110m hurdles win.
Vote for Ohio's top performer during the opening month of the 2019 outdoor track and field season.
Columbia University commit, Moe Abusway got his outdoor season off to a winning start with a 14.54 clocking in the 110m hurdles contest.
The 2019 outdoor track and field season is set to commence this weekend with a collection of high school and middle school meets.
Meet the PA alums entered in the NCAA DI Indoor Championships!
See the event leaderboards for former Ohio high school athletes who are now competing at the college level.
Former Strongsville stand-out, Colby Alexander won the Sub 4 At The Shore 1 Mile race with his outstanding time of 3:55.81.
US Olympian, Jarrion Lawson will be the keynote speaker at the 9th Annual ASICS Comet Clinic.
Watch Johnny Gregorek: The Legacy on MileSplit
November was a busy month when it came to college decisions for many of Minnesota's top athletes. Check out where some of Minnesota's top girls are going, and why they chose their future school!
More big names make their college choices.
The past two years have been an incredible run for Creekside mid-distance runner Jackson Storey, who announced his commitment to Columbia University on Wednesday via Twitter.
Brandon Marquez admits his high school running career has been a roller coaster with impressive times and near misses at major meets like Foot Locker South. However, he says he wouldn't change what he's been through. Recently, the Timber Creek senior, who spent the last two years competing unattached announced that he will continue his running career at Columbia University in New York.
It was a great 2012-2013 in both cross country and track across the Great State of Maine. Many of our seniors will soon be on their way to start their college careers both athletically and academically so we wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature.
Kemoy Campbell sets Jamaica National Record in the 5K at the Stanford Invitational. See related story.
Kemoy Campbell with fantastic run to National record
March 28, 2013 - April 05, 2013 adidas Raleigh Relays March 29, 2013 through March 30, 2013 in Raleigh, NC Men 100 Meter Dash - Taffawee Johnson (Saint Augustine's University) 10.53 SB; Taffawee Johnson (Saint Augustine's University) 10.58; 400 Meter Dash - Dennis Stephenson (American International College) 48.32 SB; Arkansas Spring Invitational March 29, 2013 through March 30, 2013 in Fayetteville, AR Men 200 Meter Dash - Tarik Batchelor (University of Arkansas) 22.03 SB; 400 Meter Dash - Dexter Mckenzie (University of Nebraska) 51.12 SB; Discus - Cannigia Raynor (Johnson County Community College) 153-10.75 SB; Hammer Throw - Cannigia Raynor (Johnson County Community College) 180-6.25 SB; Long Jump - Tarik Batchelor (University of Arkansas) 24-0.5 SB; Shot Put - Cannigia Raynor (Johnson County Community College) 42-9 SB; Cal/Nevada Collegiate Championships March 29, 2013 through March 30, 2013 in San Diego, CA Women 400 Meter Dash - Shanieka Thomas (San Diego State) 55.38 SB; Shanieka Thomas (San Diego State) 55.60; Long Jump - Shanieka Thomas (San Diego State) 19-4 SB; Cowley Tiger Invitational March 30, 2013 in Arkansas City, KS Men 400 Meter Dash - Wayne Northover (Cloud County Community College) 52.57 SB; Monmouth Season Opener March 29, 2013 through March 30, 2013 in Long Branch, NJ Men One Mile Run - Khari Bowen (Monmouth University) 4:21.32 SB; OBU Bison Open March 30, 2013 in Shawnee, OK Women 400 Meter Dash - Jura Levy (Oklahoma Baptist University) 55.95 SB; Stanford Invitational March 29, 2013 through March 30, 2013 in Palo Alto, CA Men 5,000 Meter Run - Kemoy Campbell (University of Arkansas) 13:32.82 SB; Leighton L. Spencer (Columbia University) 14:16.50 SB; University of Maryland Invite March 30, 2013 in College Park, MD Men 800 Meter Run - Giovani Mowatt (Howard University) 1:51.54 SB; Virginia Invitational March 30, 2013 in Charlottesville, VA Women Discus - Danniel Thomas (Kent State University) 172-3 SB; Shot Put - Danniel Thomas (Kent State University) 49-10.75 SB; Men 110 Meter Hurdles - Ackeem Smith (University of Maryland Eastern Shore) 14.44; Wendy's/Pittsburg State Invitational March 30, 2013 in Pittsburgh, KS Women 400 Meter Hurdles - Yanique Haye (Lincoln University of Missouri) 1:00.38 SB; 400 Meter Dash - Yanique Haye (Lincoln University of Missouri) 56.30 SB; Men 100 Meter Dash - Romel Lewis (Lincoln University of Missouri) 10.36 SB; 110 Meter Hurdles - Sabiel Anderson (Lincoln University of Missouri) 14.03 SB; 400 Meter Hurdles - Sabiel Anderson (Lincoln University of Missouri) 52.22 SB; WSSU Collegiate Invitational March 29, 2013 through March 30, 2013 in Winston Salem, NC Men 200 Meter Dash - Winston Brown (Johnson C. Smith University) 22.08; 400 Meter Dash - Winston Brown (Johnson C. Smith University) 48.73 SB; Yellow Jacket Invitational March 29, 2013 through March 30, 2013 in Atlanta, GA Women Long Jump - Jhanelle Mcleod (Georgia Tech) 19-3.5 SB; Triple Jump - Jhanelle Mcleod (Georgia Tech) 42-7.75 SB; Men Long Jump - Kamal Fuller (University of Alabama) 23-9 SB;
Holy Trinity senior Alex Brown, is the reigning 1A Cross Country Finals Champion, and has been an integral part of the Tigers' success over the past few years. Recently, Brown followed in the footsteps of another HT alumni, Kyle Cooke, when he decided to continue his running career at Columbia University.
Louisville, KY- The Louisville Sports Commission (LSC) will host 115 colleges and universities from 24 states in the 11th Annual Greater Louisville Classic (GLC), which for the first time in the 11 year history should be the largest college meet contested in the United States in 2012.
Daniel Everett, the two-time individual state champion from Westminster Christian Academy is featured in MoMileSplit.com's; Where Are They Now?
Adam Behnke formerly of Lutheran South, and an Ivy League grad is featured in MoMileSplit's Where are They Now series.
During a stellar track career at Lansdowne High, Yelnats Calvin was a firm believer in the famous quote "Winning isn't everything, it's the only thing." (via )
NEW YORK – The Columbia track & field team has seen past, present and future members of the program experience success in the summer of 2011, as Delilah DiCrescenzo '05, Erison Hurtault '07, Lisa Stublic '05, Leighton Spencer '13 and Waverly Neer '15 have all had national and international recognition.
Sharay Hale is the most dominant sprinter in the Ivy League since Olympian Meredith Rainey. She leisurely demolished her league record Saturday, advancing to tomorrow’s 200-meter final in 23.64 seconds. That came after Hale ran the fastest qualifying time in the 400, winning her section in 53.59.
It’s easy to get lost in the towering shadow of two national record attempts in the same race with Bernard Lagat and high schooler Lukas Verzbicas. Then there was last night’s sprint by 95-year-old Ida Keeling, which showed that running is more than a sport but can become a lifestyle.
Erison Hurtault, the Columbia graduate who runs for his native Dominica, continued a solid 2010 campaign, running 46.02 for second place at an invitational meet Sunday evening in Lignano, Italy.
Kyle Merber, now a seasoned veteran as a sophomore at Columbia, goes for his first trip to the NCAA outdoor championships this weekend at the sprawling Eastern Regional meet in Greensboro, N.C. The two Regionals – the West meet will be at the University of Texas in Austin – run Thursday through Sunday, and all events except for the multi-events will be contested.
NEW YORK The men's cross country team came in second overall, while the women finished third at the George Mason Invitational this weekend in lt;br />Centreville, Va.
NEW YORK The U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association released its preseason rankings on both the regional and national level, and Columbia cross country is on both.
NEW YORK - In their first meet of the season, Columbia cross country dominated the competition, taking first in both the men's and women's races. The men finished with 21 points, 20 points ahead of second-place Binghamton, while the women finished with 15 points, a full 41 points ahead of their nearest competition, host Binghamton.
NEW YORK The U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced the men 's 2009 Division I All-Academic Track and Field team, and three members of the Columbia men' s track and field program were honored.
NEW YORK - The U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced the women's 2009 Division I All-Academic Track and Field team Monday, and six members of the Columbia women's track and field program were selected.
NEW YORK - Columbia men's cross country and track will see 11 new members join their team this fall, with the arrival of the incoming class of 2013.
NEW YORK - The Columbia women's cross country and track and field program will welcome 20 newcomers to the fold for the 2009-2010 season. Coming off the heels of one of the most successful outdoor track field seasons in program history, head coach Willy Wood is excited about his incoming group.
NEW YORK - First-year standout Sharay Hale had a spectacular rookie season for the Columbia women's track field team, and she has capped that season with the fastest 400m time by a first-year in the nation.