Both the men’s and women’s track teams achieved great success this past week, with much of it occurring at the Larry Ellis Invitational — a large meet hosted by Princeton University with plenty of schools […]
The men’s and women’s track teams excelled at home in the College-hosted New Jersey Invitaional, as a handful of Lions won their events in a competition that included athletes from Divisions I and II. For […]
The College’s track and field team braved the bad weather this Valentine’s Day to be a part of the Lafayette/Rider Winter Games in New York City on Friday, Feb. 14. The event included schools from […]
You’ll probably see the women’s cross country team boasting huge smiles around campus, but it’s not because they love their workouts so much. For the first time in five years, the women’s team has earned a highly desired bid to Nationals, making them one of four teams out of the Atlantic region to earn an at-large bid to the meet.
Although experience tends to be the main factor to success, sometimes it’s the freshmen with the most drive. For the Lions’ men’s cross country team, it was freshman Andrew Tedeschi who took the 10th fastest time in his first ever collegiate event at the annual Blue/Gold Classic on Saturday, Aug. 29 for the Lions. […]
Have you ever wondered what former Olympic athletes do after they’ve competed in the Games? Do they get jobs in other professions, keep on training indefinitely or just stop doing anything, caught up in the glory of what they’d accomplished?
The ECACs qualifying marks poured in on home territory as the men and women’s track and field teams took over 40 other programs at their final home meet of the season, the Lion’s Invitational, this past Saturday, April 27.
This past week showcased some of the best performances from the College’s track and field team that we have seen all year. At the Sam Howell Invitational held at Princeton University on Saturday, April 6, the College’s female athletes performed well and continue to look stronger each time they take to the track.
Starting the season on a shaky note and suffering from the flu, junior Dominic Tasco has not only upped his game, but has also demonstrated the successful results that yield from hard work and perseverance.