Friday, March 24, 2017

Monmouth Season Opener: Time schedule

Monmouth University Season Opener
West Long Branch, NJ
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Order of events and time schedule
9 a.m.: Women’s 10km
9:45 a.m.: Men’s 10km
10:20 a.m.: Women’s 400 hurdles
10:35 a.m.: Men’s 400 hurdles
10:55 a.m.: Youth and high school mile
11:05 a.m.: Open and masters mile
11:15 a.m.: Women’s 1,500
11:55 a.m.: Men’s 1,500
12:15 p.m.: Women’s 4x100 relay
12:25 p.m.: Men’s 4x100 relay
12:45 p.m.: Women’s 100 hurdles
1 p.m.: Men’s 110 hurdles
1:15 p.m.: Elite and college women’s 3,000
1:25 p.m.: Elite and college men’s 3,000
1:35 p.m.: Women’s 400
1:55 p.m.: Men’s 400
2:20 p.m.: Women’s 100
2:35 p.m.: Men’s 100
2:50 p.m.: Women’s 800
3:10 p.m.: Men’s 800
3:25 p.m.: Women’s 200
3:50 p.m.: Men’s 200
4:05 p.m.: Women’s 3,000 steeplechase
4:20 p.m.: Men’s 3,000 steeplechase
4:30 p.m.: Women’s 5,000
4:50 p.m.: Men’s 5,000
5:05 p.m.: Women’s 4x800 relay
5:15 p.m.: Men’s 4x800 relay
5:25 p.m.: Women’s 4x400 relay
5:35 p.m.: Men’s 4x400 relay

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Outdoor track schedule, 2017

Can't remember if I had posted this yet. The outdoor season starts on Saturday at Monmouth, which traditionally features cold and wet weather. I just checked accuweather.com for West Long Branch, New Jersey, on Saturday, and I had to readjust my reading glasses to see if there was a problem. It said: "a passing morning shower, high of 66." Stop it. It can't BE? Good weather for an early-season meet? I'll believe it when I see it. Here's the outdoor schedule.

Outdoor track schedule
Sat, March 25: Monmouth Season Opener
Thur/Fri/Sat, March 30/March 31/April 1: Colonial Relays
Saturday, April 1: Mark Young Invitational, Yale University
Fri, April 7: Sam Howell Invitational, Princeton
Sat, April 8: Rider Invitational
Thur/Fri, April 13-14: Mt. SAC Relays, Walnut, CA
Fri/Sat, April 14-15: Bison Outdoor Classic, Bucknell University
Sat, April 22: Wolfie Invitational, Stony Brook
Thur/Fri/Sat, April 27-29: Penn Relays
Sun, April 30: Yale Springtime Invitational
Fri, May 5: Vassar Twilight
Sat/Sun, May 6-7: MAAC Championships, Rider University
--- --- ---
Fri/Sat/Sun, May 12-14: IC4A/ECAC, Princeton (qualifiers only)
Thur/Fri/Sat, May 25-27, NCAA Championships, First Round, Lexington, KY (qualifiers only)
June 22-24, USATF Junior Championships, Sacramento, CA (qualifiers only)


Image from the second day of spring

When you can't run on the track? There's always the Hudson Valley Trail Rail in Highland, where the men's and women's middle and long distance teams trained today on a beautiful early-spring afternoon, with the temperature in the low 50s. What an unusual sight to see most of the men strip off their shirts and run in short sleeves or no shirt at all -- shirts hanging from the split rail fence with mounds of snow surrounding it. This is early spring track, circa 2017. OK!

Images from the first day of spring


Sorry these photos are a day late. Here are two photos of the back stretch of the Vassar track from Monday afternoon, the first day of spring. Or, should I say, "spring" ... which has yet to spring around here. Not sure if these photos do it justice, but there's A LOT of snow out there. May be awhile before we can get on the track for some actual track work. Oh well.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Scenes from Spring Break: Spring training, north of the border

When you think of Spring Break venues, what comes to mind? Usually warm-weather sites. You know. Cancun. Florida beaches. Dominican Republic. Puerto Rico. Myrtle Beach. Stuff like that. Well, for a large swath of our men's distance team, the "spring" break venue of choice was Montreal. Yeah. THAT Montreal. You know. The one in Quebec. Canada. North of the border. For those keeping score at home? It was cold in Montreal. It's almost always cold in Montreal, isn't it? Anyway! This group of happy young men put their fine Marist education to good use by scoping out an excellent training venue -- in this case, the indoor track at McGill University. They got their work in, getting through some good track intervals at McGill, with Dietrich and Sami actually remembering to follow our practice policy of wearing team gear. Spring may still be a rumor -- in Montreal, and in Poughkeepsie -- but spring track season is right around the corner, weather or not.

Scenes from Spring Break: Spring training

As referenced in the previous post, here's a glimpse of our few days in the Fort Myers area: James with his first cousin and best buddy Riley. As you can see by their hoodies, it was actually unseasonably cool down there during our stay -- mid 60s and a stiff northwest breeze. Felt like early autumn weather. Of course! Such "chilliness" met with little sympathy and much derision from our family up north. Here, the boys were smiling after shagging fly balls in the outfield prior to the Twins-Cardinals spring training game -- it was a sold out game and set an attendance record at the Twins' spring training stadium. Pretty neat. Nothing like a baseball game in the afternoon sun, especially when someone else was shoveling the snow back at home.

Scenes from Spring Break: Blizzard of 2017

Yeah. So this snowstorm earlier in the week? Apparently, the slight "wobble" in the track of the storm meant that the mid-Hudson Valley of New York was among the hardest hit -- two feet or more in most spots. My wife Heidi put together this awesome collage of photos from around our house, during the storm. I enjoyed receiving these photos via text -- from my location in sunny southwest Florida. Yes. That's right. We (my youngest son James and I) escaped the blizzard with a well-timed trip to visit family in Fort Myers. We are on the flight home, not looking forward to a return to winter after a pleasant few days in the warmth down there. OK!

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Breaking down barriers

Here we are, firmly in the year 2017. For those keeping score at home (and I KNOW you are!), this is my 26th year of coaching the track and cross country teams at Marist. I’ve been at it for almost exactly half my life. That’s a lot of seasons, a lot of athletes, a lot of IDEAS on how to coach a lot of athletes through a lot of seasons. During that time, some core beliefs have been formed. No need to reveal trade secrets here (not that I’m a rocket scientist, or anything), but one of my core beliefs, with distance runners (especially MALE distance runners) is that you do not introduce an event like the 3,000-meter steeplechase to a runner who has never seriously attempted it in high school. In the past, whenever the query has been addressed, something like this: “Coach. I think I could be good at the steeple. You think I could try the steeple?” My immediate, reflexive answer goes something like this: “Uh. No.

The steeplechase is unlike any other track event. The “3,000-meter” part of it makes it a “distance” event, but the “steeplechase” part of it makes it far more than your average running event. Stop me if you heard this before, but the steeplechase barriers … well, they DON’T MOVE when you hit them with an errant foot, toe, shin or knee. It stays there. You go down, usually in a face-planting heap on the track. This is no laughing matter. We’ve seen some serious injuries incurred during this acrobatic, difficult and challenging event. Oh. Did I mention the water jump? There’s THAT too. It is not an event you enter lightly, with little or no experience. Right? Right.

Well. Sometimes an old dog learns new tricks. Sometimes, rules are made to have exceptions. This spring, three freshmen who have never done this event will give it a go. It is a tenuous experiment. If at any time I feel it doesn’t make sense for any of them in terms of safety, the proverbial plug will be pulled on it. But for now, the three smiling freshmen you see, sitting on a steeple barrier after attempting to hurdle it today in practice, will be training for and possibly racing the steeplechase event this spring: Stack, Levins, Hogue. In the interest of complete fairness, Stack said he ran it once in high school, a while ago, and it went poorly. So, that doesn’t count. Levins and Hogue didn’t race it in high school. In Levins’ case, he didn’t race ANYTHING in high school – he was a wrestler and baseball player during the winter and spring seasons.

All three of them practiced their barrier work today, clearing the barrier 10 times, after our silly 4x400 relay practice (that was GOOD FUN, by the way?) at the Vassar Track. After the first time over the barrier, I thought to myself, “Holy smokes (different, more descriptive, word used), what was I THINKING?” But they quickly got the hang of it. Each will develop their own hurdling style. It may not be pretty, but we’ll try to teach them effective hurdling techniques. The thing about the steeple is this: If you don’t face-plant or submerge half your body in the water, and if you are fit and tough, you can race it well. Form matters, but fitness and toughness matters more. That’s my perspective on it, anyway. Like any experiment or new venture, we will resist the temptation to judge it in the short-term. We will give it time, let it breathe. These guys are more than willing participants; I am an apprehensive but willing accomplice in their efforts. We’ll see how it goes. For one day, anyway, they are smiling, aspiring steeple freshmen.  

Alumni networking event

Please see the flyer to the left, regarding an alumni networking event in April hosted by a great friend to the program, Alyssa Gates of the Student-Athlete Enhancement Center. Many of you alums who check this blog probably have fond memories of Alyssa's great support of our team throughout your time at Marist. This would be a great way to "give back" to her area and also to help out current students who before long will be joining the ranks of alumni as well. If you are interested, please RSVP to Alyssa. And when you are in town, don't forget to look up your old coach. I might have a spare Marist Track T-shirt laying around for you ...

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Updating the record board, March 2017

One of my favorite end-of-season rituals is compiling a list of broken school records to send to the company that constructed our school record board, which sits proudly in the McCann Center hallway. As the records get more and more competitive, breaking those records becomes more and more difficult. And so, the additions to this year's record board are extra special, because breaking school records is an extra-special accomplishment. We are proud of these new marks that will soon adorn our board in the hallway. All the while, we look forward to a new season and hopefully adding a few more broken records to the board in a few months' time, when the outdoor track season is complete. Here is the list that I sent to the record board company:

Men
200-meter dash: Tim Johnson 22.51 2017
Sprint medley relay: T. Johnson, D. Burns, B. Henderson, Z. Ropes 3:33.93 2016

Women
60-meter dash: Ashley Haynes 7.92 2016
300-meter dash: Ashley Haynes/Holly Burns 42.56 2016/2010
400-meter dash: Danisha Craig 58.05 2017
4x400 relay: J. Horner, A. Haynes, D. Boerke, D. Craig 3:59.04 2017
4x800 relay: S. Bohan, K. Gaye, D. Grohn, E. Burns 9:12.60 2017

Sunday, March 5, 2017

ECAC Championships: DMR, second-fastest in school history

The women concluded an excellent weekend with a strong follow-up performance in the distance medley relay final. Three of the four legs were doubling back from last night’s incredible 4x800; only 400-meter leg Danisha Craig was fresh, and she did her usual stellar job with a 58.13-second leg. Danisha had an MVP-caliber season for us, start to finish. The other ladies raced tough and well, and the end result was the second-fastest time in school history for the DMR, according to Coach Chuck. This is a great way to end what has been a strong indoor season for the program. Onward to outdoors!

ECAC Championships
Boston University
Sunday, March 5, 2017
Distance medley relay
16. Marist (Shea Bohan 3:40.40, Danisha Craig 58.13, Kerry Gaye 2:21.54, Emily Burns 5:02.04) 12:02.32
Shea Bohan: 34, 69 (35), 1:46 (37), 2:23 (37), 3:02 (39), 3:40.40 (38.40)
Danisha Craig: 26, 58.13
Kerry Gaye: 33, 69 (36), 1:45 (36), 2:21.54 (36.54)
Emily Burns: 34, 72 (38), 1:50 (38), 2:27 (37), 3:06 (39), 3:46 (40), 4:25 (39), 5:02.04 (37.04)

Saturday, March 4, 2017

ECAC Championships: 4x800 record SHATTERED!

Sometimes, it all comes together. Every team member in a relay clicks, and it’s like magic. That’s what happened with our women’s 4x800 on Saturday night at the ECAC Championships. We were in the second section of three, and the pace was blistering. Shea Bohan ran her fastest split to date, and yet handed off at the back of the sizzling hot race; she ran awesome, 2:17.95! Kerry Gaye broke 2:20 for a split for the first time, tremendous; same story, back of the race; Denise Grohn, same thing, awesome splits, awesome leg, back of the field; Emily Burns took charge like any great anchor, caught another team’s anchor, brought home the relay in a monstrous – and I mean HUGE – school record. The 5-year-old school record is now nearly eight seconds (8 seconds!) in the rearview mirror. That’s the true definition of shattering a record. Shattered. Nicely done!

ECAC Championships
Boston University
Saturday, March 4, 2017
3,200-meter relay
13. Marist (Shea Bohan 2:17.95, Kerry Gaye 2:19.19, Denise Grohn 2:19.12, Emily Burns 2:16.01) 9:12.60 *school record, old record 9:20.43 in 2012 by Bree Crowe, Christine Coughlin, Colleen Meenan, Jackie Gamboli; **ECAC outdoor track qualifier
Shea Bohan: 32, 67 (35), 1:42 (35), 2:17.95 (35.95)
Kerry Gaye: 32, 68 (36), 1:44 (36), 2:19.19 (35.19)
Denise Grohn: 32, 67 (35), 1:43 (36), 2:19.12 (36.12)
Emily Burns: 32, 67 (35), 1:42 (35), 2:16.01 (34.01)

IC4A Championships: Relay results and splits

The men’s indoor track season has come to a close today in Boston. The DMR finish was disappointing, but anchor leg Stefan Morton raced extremely well. The 4x800 was a pleasant surprise. Zach Ropes handed off in the lead, Josh Siegel ran strong, Steven Rizzo ran gamely one week after racing a 5km (!) and Anthony Colasanto had a breakthrough effort on the anchor leg. Overall, we believe the future is very bright for the 4x800 relay … and that future starts with the outdoor season, which begins NOW!

ICAAAA Championships
Boston University
Saturday, March 4, 2017
Distance medley relay
24. Marist (Brian Henderson 3:12.32, Tim Johnson 50.38, Drew Burns 1:57.80, Stefan Morton 4:11.07) 10:11.89
Brian Henderson: 31, 62 (31), 1:33 (31), 2:05 (32), 2:38 (33), 3:12.32 (34.32)
Tim Johnson: 23, 50.38
Drew Burns: 26, 56 (30), 1:27 (31), 1:57.80 (30.80)
Stefan Morton: 29, 60 (31), 1:30 (30), 2:02 (32), 2:34 (32), 3:06 (32), 3:38 (32), 4:11.07 (33.07)
3,200-meter relay
17. Marist (Zach Ropes 1:54.71, Josh Siegel 1:58.62, Steven Rizzo 1:59.50, Anthony Colasanto 1:56.40) 7:49.59
Zach Ropes: 28, 57 (29), 1:26 (29), 1:54.71 (28.71)
Josh Siegel: 27, 58 (31), 1:28 (30), 1:58.62 (30.62)
Steven Rizzo: 26, 55 (29), 1:26 (31), 1:59.50 (33.50)
Anthony Colasanto: 27, 56 (29), 1:26 (30), 1:56.40 (30.40)

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Alum Justin Harris: Making a difference on a different national team

Check out this excellent article on Marist Running Alum Justin Harris, now Associate Head Track Coach at Vassar College. Justin has been working with the U.S. Skeleton and Bobsled Team on some biomechanic research, trying to help them get an extra edge and a few extra hundreths of a second in their daring and complex sport. It's a great read, written by our old friend Larry Hertz (I worked with Larry for many years at the Poughkeepsie Journal). We are very proud of Jut -- in this and all his endeavors, at Vassar and elsewhere. Neat!

Monday, February 27, 2017

What's next: IC4A/ECAC

We are in a transitional mode, with the majority of our program setting its sights on the rapidly approaching outdoor track season. We have one more indoor track meet to go, this weekend's ECAC/IC4A Championships at Boston University. Alert blog followers will note that we have both the DMR and 4x800 relays qualified on both the men's and women's teams. The women's relays are on separate days -- 4x800 trials on Saturday and DMR (final on time) on Sunday, which will allow for some doubling among athletes on those teams. The men's relays are back-to-back -- both trials for advancement to Sunday's final -- so there won't be any doubling up there. We are proud to have both relays qualified for this championship meet. It's still a big deal to us to get athletes to this meet and we look forward to their representing our school and our program. OK!

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Fastrack Last Chance: Men's 4x800 relay qualifies for IC4As

Our middle distance depth was challenged and tested, and our team passed the challenge with flying colors. Missing key cogs of our 4x800 relay due to injury (Morrison) and illness (Ropes), our four men stepped up on Saturday night to notch a hard-earned IC4A qualifying mark and first-place finish. An excellent effort from all of these guys!

3,200-meter relay
1-Marist (Brian Henderson 1:56.28, Josh Siegel 1:59.73, Drew Burns 1:55.44, Stefan Morton 1:55.54) 7:47.29 *IC4A qualifier
Brian Henderson: 28, 57 (29), 1:26 (29), 1:56.28 (30.28)
Josh Siegel: 26, 57 (31), 1:28 (31), 1:59.73 (31.73)
Drew Burns: 26, 55 (29), 1:25 (30), 1:55.44 (30.44)
Stefan Morton: 27, 57 (30), 1:25 (28), 1:55.54 (30.54)

Fastrack Last Chance: Rizzo joins sub-15:00 club

Congratulations to junior Steven Rizzo for becoming the 25th member of the sub-15:00 club in school history over 5,000 meters. Rizz dipped under with a strong early pace and a very strong final kilometer. His teammate and good buddy Dietrich Mosel (a sub-15 guy himself, pictured with him on the left) set the blistering early pace for him, and then he did the rest. Nicely done, Rizz!

5,000-meter run
(with kilometer splits)
5. Steven Rizzo 14:56.99
2:56, 5:55 (2:59), 8:56 (3:01), 12:00 (3:04), 14:56.99 (2:56.99)
Program history:
The following Marist College men’s distance runners have eclipsed the 15-minute barrier for 5,000 meters on the track (indoors or outdoors).
1-Girma Segni, 14:18.42, 2009*
2. Will Griffin, 14:23.43, 2013 **
3. Arquimedes DelaCruz, 14:29.82, 2013
4. Adam Vess, 14:33.41, 2008
5. Peter Pazik, 14:35.84, 1986
6. Matt Flint, 14:37.45, 2010
7. Ken Walshak, 14:37.53, 2011
8. Michael Melfi, 14:42.36, 1998
9. Justin Harris, 14:42.88, 2007
10. David Raucci, 14:42.92, 2006
11. Michael Nehr, 14:45.61, 2001
12. Dietrich Mosel, 14:49.74, 2016
13. David Swift, 14:50.24, 1995
14. Zak Smetana, 14:50.39, 2011
15. Kirk Dornton, 14:50.89, 2002
16. Nick Webster, 14:52.54, 2009
17. Conor Shelley, 14:52.67, 2008
18. Joel Moss, 14:54.57, 2012
19. Greg Salamone, 14:55.79, 2000
20. Tim Keegan, 14:56.45, 2009
21. Mark Valentino, 14:56.77, 2016
22. Steven Rizzo 14:56.99, 2017
23. Stefan Morton, 14:58.19, 2016
24. Ryan Scrudato, 14:58.43, 2013
25. Spencer Johnson, 14:58.46, 2015
* indoor school record and fastest overall time in school history for the distance
** outdoor school record holder
Bold indicates current team member

Fastrack Last Chance: Men's results and splits

Fastrack Last Chance
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
Men’s results and splits
400-meter dash
37. Joe Cafaro 52.86
43. Santosh Krishnan 54.17
800-meter run
21. Anthony Colasanto 2:00.82
29.00, 58.43 (29.43), 1:29.16 (30.73), 2:00.82 (31.76)
25. Mark Cappuccitti (unattached) 2:02.60
27, 58 (31), 1:30 (32), 2:02.60 (32.60)
35. Nate Lungarini 2:09.06
28, 60 (32), 1:33 (33), 2:09.06 (36.06)
Mile run
20. Connor Levins 4:29.65
34.56, 67.26 (32.70), 1:41.40 (34.14), 2:15.49 (34.09), 2:49.39 (33.90), 3:23.38 (33.99), 3:57.25 (33.87), 4:29.65 (32.40)
28. Eamonn Beers 4:35.33
35.25, 68.87 (33.62), 1:42.14 (33.27), 2:16.76 (34.62), 2:50.72 (33.96), 3:25.95 (35.23), 4:00.32 (34.37), 4:35.33 (35.01)
3,000-meter run
27. Alex Hogue (unattached) 9:18.92
36, 73 (37), 1:50 (37), 2:25 (35), 3:01 (36)
3:36 (35), 4:12 (36), 4:50 (38), 5:28 (38), 6:07 (39)
6:47 (40), 7:26 (39), 8:04 (38), 8:43 (39), 9:18.92 (35.92)
Kilometer splits: 3:01, 3:06, 3:11.92
5,000-meter run
(with kilometer splits)
5. Steven Rizzo 14:56.99
2:56, 5:55 (2:59), 8:56 (3:01), 12:00 (3:04), 14:56.99 (2:56.99)
6. Dietrich Mosel 15:12.44
2:56, 5:55 (2:59), 8:56 (3:01), 12:00 (3:04), 15:12.44 (3:12.44)
8. Palmer Weimann 15:23.62
3:05, 6:09 (3:04), 9:15 (3:06), 12:21 (3:06), 15:23.62 (3:02.62)
9. Joe Miller 15:27.74
3:00, 6:03 (3:03), 9:14 (3:11), 12:26 (3:12), 15:27.74 (3:01.74)
13. Chris Rivas 15:37.04
3:07, 6:11 (3:04), 9:18 (3:07), 12:28 (3:10), 15:37.04 (3:09.04)
14. Matt Baffuto (unattached) 15:41.67
3:00, 6:02 (3:02), 9:09 (3:07), 12:21 (3:12), 15:41.67 (3:20.67)
16. Elias Platanias 16:04.27
3:07, 6:16 (3:09), 9:23 (3:07), 12:40 (3:17), 16:04.27 (3:24.27)
17. Omar Perez 16:05.19
3:07, 6:16 (3:09), 9:29 (3:13), 12:47 (3:18), 16:05.19 (3:18.19)
20. Conor Stack 16:38.92
3:07, 6:13 (3:06), 9:42 (3:29), 13:00 (3:18), 16:38.92 (3:38.92)
3,200-meter relay
1-Marist (Brian Henderson 1:56.28, Josh Siegel 1:59.73, Drew Burns 1:55.44, Stefan Morton 1:55.54) 7:47.29 *IC4A qualifier
Brian Henderson: 28, 57 (29), 1:26 (29), 1:56.28 (30.28)
Josh Siegel: 26, 57 (31), 1:28 (31), 1:59.73 (31.73)
Drew Burns: 26, 55 (29), 1:25 (30), 1:55.44 (30.44)
Stefan Morton: 27, 57 (30), 1:25 (28), 1:55.54 (30.54)

Fastrack Last Chance: Women's DMR qualifies for ECACs

With only two teams in the race -- Marist and Fordham -- aiming for that elusive ECAC qualifying mark in the DMR was going to be challenging, but our ladies were up to the challenge. We now have both the DMR and 4x800 relays qualified for next weekend's championships, at Boston University. Neat!

Distance medley relay
1-Marist (Shea Bohan 3:42.81, Danisha Craig 58.47, Kerry Gaye 2:21.27, Emily Burns 5:01.50) 12:04.48 *ECAC qualifier
Shea Bohan: 34, 71 (37), 1:48 (37), 2:26 (38), 3:04 (38), 3:42.81 (38.81)
Danisha Craig: 26, 58.47
Kerry Gaye: 33, 68 (35), 1:45 (37), 2:21.27 (36.27)
Emily Burns: 36, 75 (39), 1:52 (37), 2:30 (38), 3:08 (38), 3:46 (38), 4:23 (37), 5:01.5 (38.5)

Fastrack Last Chance: Women's results and splits

Fastrack Last Chance
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
Women’s results and splits
200-meter dash
11. Ashley Haynes 25.92
400-meter dash
13. Debbie Boerke 1:00.52
800-meter run
16. Jenn Horner 2:23.51
34.11, 70.04 (35.83), 1:46.72 (36.68), 2:23.51 (36.79)
Distance medley relay
1-Marist (Shea Bohan 3:42.81, Danisha Craig 58.47, Kerry Gaye 2:21.27, Emily Burns 5:01.50) 12:04.48 *ECAC qualifier
Shea Bohan: 34, 71 (37), 1:48 (37), 2:26 (38), 3:04 (38), 3:42.81 (38.81)
Danisha Craig: 26, 58.47
Kerry Gaye: 33, 68 (35), 1:45 (37), 2:21.27 (36.27)
Emily Burns: 36, 75 (39), 1:52 (37), 2:30 (38), 3:08 (38), 3:46 (38), 4:23 (37), 5:01.5 (38.5)

Friday, February 24, 2017

Fastrack Last Chance: Time schedule

Fastrack Last Chance Meet
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
Order of events and time schedule
Women then men (unless indicated)
4 p.m.: 60 hurdle trials
4:15 p.m.: 60 dash elite men
4:20 p.m.: 60 dash trials
4:35 p.m.: DMR
4:58 p.m.: 600 dash men
5:01 p.m.: 300 dash
5:10 p.m.: 500 dash
5:25 p.m.: 60 hurdle finals
5:45 p.m.: 60 dash finals
5:55 p.m.: Mile run
6:30 p.m.: 400 dash
7 p.m.: 1000 run
7:10 p.m.: 800 run
7:30 p.m.: 200 dash
7:55 p.m.: 3000 run
8:30 p.m.: 4x800 relay
8:50 p.m.: 4x400 relay
9 p.m.: 5000 run men

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

What's next: Fastrack Last Chance

Our next indoor track meet is the Fastrack Last Chance at Ocean Breeze on Saturday night. The meet is hosted by our good pal Nick McDonough. He puts on excellent meets -- great competition and well-run. We will be chasing a few relay qualifying standards as well as several individual personal-best times as the indoor season slowly winds down and we start gearing up for the outdoor track season. Will post a complete time schedule when it's available, probably tomorrow or at the latest on Friday.

Sunday, February 19, 2017

MAAC Indoors: Women's 4x400 relay record!

What a way to end the meet! First-ever sub-4:00 in the 1,600-meter relay and the only medal performance of the meet -- third place in the 4x400 relay. Neat!

1,600-meter relay
3. Marist (Jenn Horner 60.71, Ashley Haynes 60.16, Debbie Boerke 59.84, Danisha Craig 58.12) 3:59.04 *school record, old record 4:00.20 in 2015

MAAC Indoors: Day 2 results and splits, women

Strong finish to the meet with our women: 

--Danisha Craig with a scintillating 400-meter dash, winning the first section in thrilling fashion, getting fourth overall and getting her third consecutive school record in the event over the past eight days. 
--Danisha anchoring our 4x400 relay to its first-ever sub-4:00 clocking, a school record and the only medal performance of the meet, third place. Team of Jenn Horner, Ashley Haynes, Debbie Boerke, Danisha Craig. 
--Emily Burns with a gutsy, negative split effort in the mile run, good for fourth place. 
--Nicki Nesi closing out her Armory career with a personal-best time and scoring place in the 3km. 

MAAC Indoor Championships
Sunday, February 19, 2017
Armory Track and Field Center, NYC
Day 2 results and splits, women
200-meter dash, final
7. Ashley Haynes 25.91
400-meter dash, final
4. Danisha Craig 58.05 *school record, old record 58.19 by Danisha Craig in first round
Mile run, final
4. Emily Burns 5:02.69
40.82, 82.13 (41.31), 2:01.55 (39.42), 2:40.14 (38.59), 3:17.00 (36.86), 3:52.75 (35.75), 4:28.25 (35.50), 5:02.69 (34.44)
3,000-meter run
5. Nicki Nesi 10:06.70
39, 80 (41), 2:02 (42), 2:42 (40), 3:23 (41)
4:04 (41), 4:43 (39), 5:24 (41), 6:05 (41), 6:46 (41)
7:26 (40), 8:07 (41), 8:49 (42), 9:28 (39), 10:06.70 (38.70)
Kilometer splits: 3:23, 3:23, 3:20.70
21. Jordan Casey 10:36.98
40, 80 (40), 2:00 (40), 2:43 (43), 3:25 (42)
4:09 (44), 4:50 (41), 5:34 (44), 6:17 (43), 7:00 (43)
7:43 (43), 8:27 (44), 9:11 (44), 9:55 (44), 10:36.98 (41.98)
Kilometer splits: 3:25, 3:35, 3:36.98
22. Alexandra Bartolotta 10:42.79
39, 80 (41), 2:02 (42), 2:42 (40), 3:23 (41)
4:04 (41), 4:44 (40), 5:27 (43), 6:09 (42), 6:54 (45)
7:38 (44), 8:24 (46), 9:11 (47), 9:56 (45), 10:42.79 (46.79)
Kilometer splits: 3:23, 3:31, 3:48.79
31. Brianne Vess 10:59.92
40, 81 (41), 2:01 (40), 2:45 (44), 3:27 (42)
4:11 (44), 4:54 (43), 5:39 (45), 6:25 (46), 7:10 (45)
7:57 (47), 8:44 (47), 9:33 (49), 10:16 (46), 10:59.92 (43.92)
Kilometer splits: 3:27, 3:43, 3:49.92
34. Elizabeth Wasserman 11:10.22
40, 80 (40), 2:00 (40), 2:43 (43), 3:25 (42)
4:09 (44), 4:51 (42), 5:36 (45), 6:24 (48), 7:11 (47)
8:00 (49), 8:47 (47), 9:37 (50), 10:24 (47), 11:10.22 (46.22)
Kilometer splits: 3:25, 3:46, 3:59.22
1,600-meter relay
3. Marist (Jenn Horner 60.71, Ashley Haynes 60.16, Debbie Boerke 59.84, Danisha Craig 58.12) 3:59.04 *school record, old record 4:00.20 in 2015
High jump
13. Fallon Quigley 1.50 meters
Women’s team standings, final
1-Monmouth 208.5, 2. Rider 137, 3. Manhattan 92.5, 4. Quinnipiac 67, 5. Iona 56, 6. Marist 26, 7. Siena 18, 8-tie. St. Peter’s and Canisius 8

MAAC Indoors: Day 2 results and splits, men

Some solid highlights: 

--Joe Miller wins first section of 3km and runs personal-best time.
--Steven Rizzo gets hard-earned point with a gutsy mile run, negative split effort.
--Drew Burns battles for a strong scoring spot in the 800. 

MAAC Indoor Championships
Sunday, February 19, 2017
Armory Track and Field Center, NYC
Day 2 results and splits, men
200-meter dash, final
6. Tim Johnson 22.88
800-meter run, final
5. Drew Burns 1:55.66
27.94, 57.25 (29.41), 1:26.39 (29.40), 1:55.66 (29.27)
Mile run, final
8. Steven Rizzo 4:19.16
33.70, 68.02 (34.32), 1:40.57 (32.55), 2:12.79 (32.22), 2:44.20 (31.41), 3:15.29 (30.89), 3:47.35 (32.26), 4:19.16 (31.81)
3,000-meter run
9. Dietrich Mosel 8:36.01
33, 68 (35), 1:42 (34), 2:16 (34), 2:49 (33)
3:23 (34), 3:58 (35), 4:33 (35), 5:09 (36), 5:44 (35)
6:19 (35), 6:54 (35), 7:29 (35), 8:04 (35), 8:36.01 (32.01)
Kilometer splits: 2:49, 2:55, 2:52.01
12. Joe Miller 8:43.19
33, 68 (35), 1:43 (35), 2:18 (35), 2:53 (35)
3:28 (35), 4:04 (36), 4:39 (35), 5:14 (35), 5:50 (36)
6:25 (35), 7:01 (36), 7:36 (35), 8:10 (35), 8:43.19 (33.19)
Kilometer splits: 2:53, 2:57, 2:53.19
19. Spencer Johnson 8:54.12
34, 70 (36), 1:44 (34), 2:18 (34), 2:52 (34)
3:26 (34), 4:00 (34), 4:36 (36), 5:11 (35), 5:48 (37)
6:25 (37), 7:02 (37), 7:39 (37), 8:16 (37), 8:54.12 (38.12)
Kilometer splits: 2:52, 2:56, 3:06.12
20. Palmer Weimann 8:56.86
35, 70 (35), 1:44 (34), 2:20 (36), 2:55 (35)
3:30 (35), 4:06 (36), 4:41 (35), 5:18 (37), 5:55 (37)
6:33 (37), 7:10 (37), 7:47 (37), 8:24 (37), 8:56.86 (32.86)
Kilometer splits: 2:55, 3:00, 3:01.86
1,600-meter relay
6. Marist (Joe Cafaro 51.68, Zachary Ropes 51.38, Josh Hindle 52.24, Tim Johnson 50.61) 3:26.32
Men’s team standings, final
1-Rider 149, 2-Monmouth 146, 3-Iona 116, 4-Manhattan 113.5, 5. St. Peter’s 45.5, 6. Canisius 23, 7. Marist 15, 8. Siena 14.

MAAC Indoors: Day 1 results, reformatted

Here are the complete Day 1 results for our team, with more traditional looking splits. The Armory Official Splits are excellent, but my not so nimble brain cannot get them formatted properly for this fancy blog. So, if you want to navigate through them, see the previous post. If you want to see the results and splits in more traditional blog format ... here they are! It's a beautiful day outside, perfect weather for the MAAC Outdoor Championships, Day 2. Unfortunately, it's Day 2 ... INDOORS.

MAAC Indoor Championships
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Armory Track and Field Center, NYC
Day 1 results and splits, women
60-meter dash, trials
11. Ashley Haynes 7.93
20. Lauren Adams 8.33
200-meter dash, trials
7. Ashley Haynes 25.78, qualified for finals
9. Danisha Craig 26.00
17. Lauren Adams 27.13
18. Olivia Gage 27.27
400-meter dash, trials
4. Danisha Craig 58.19 *school record, old record 58.22 by Craig, last week
18. Jenn Horner 1:00.76
19. Debbie Boerke 1:00.77
21. Olivia Gage 1:02.49
24. Ericka Stewart 1:03.92
800-meter run, trials
16. Shea Bohan 2:21.14
34.47, 70.70 (36.23), 1:45.39 (34.69), 2:21.14 (35.75)
29. Alyssa Lafave 2:29.34
34.92, 72.02 (37.10), 1:15.13 (39.11), 2:29.35 (38.23)
36. Jess Howe 2:35.19
33.46, 69.71 (36.25), 1:51.13 (41.42), 2:35.19 (44.06)
Mile run, trials (hand-timed)
7. Emily Burns 5:07.2, qualified for finals
37.5, 1:16.7 (39.2), 1:58.3 (41.7), 2:37.3 (39.1), 3:14.4 (37.2), 3:51.7 (37.3), 4:30.2 (38.6), 5:07.2 (37.0)
11. Jenna Robinson 5:16.5
38.6, 1:16.9 (38.4), 1:58.7 (41.8), 2:38.4 (39.8), 3:17.4 (39.0), 3:57.1 (39.8), 4:37.4 (40.3), 5:16.5 (39.2)
12. Emily Franko 5:17.4
39.5, 1:18.9 (39.4), 1:58.9 (40.1), 2:38.8 (39.9), 3:18.7 (40.0), 3:59.2 (40.5), 4:39.2 (40.1), 5:17.4 (38.3)
15. Bryn Gorberg 5:23.8
40.2, 1:19.2 (39.1), 1:59.2 (40.1), 2:38.9 (39.8), 3:19.0 (40.2), 4:00.1 (41.1), 4:42.4 (42.3), 5:23.8 (41.5)
16. Christine Gambell 5:23.9
38.3, 1:16.8 (38.5), 1:58.7 (42.0), 2:38.2 (39.5), 3:17.1 (39.0), 3:57.9 (40.9), 4:40.7 (42.8), 5:23.9 (43.3)
5,000-meter run
8. Mara Schiffhauer 18:02.23
40, 83 (43), 2:05 (42), 2:48 (43), 3:31 (43)
4:14 (43), 4:56 (42), 5:37 (41), 6:21 (44), 7:03 (42)
7:46 (43), 8:29 (43), 9:12 (43), 9:57 (45), 10:40 (43)
11:24 (44), 12:09 (45), 12:52 (43), 13:38 (46), 14:23 (46)
15:07 (44), 15:52 (45), 16:38 (46), 17:22 (44), 18:02.02 (40.02)
Kilometer splits: 3:31, 3:32, 3:37, 3:43, 3:39.02
22. Annie Gould 19:09.01
42, 85 (43), 2:08 (43), 2:52 (44), 3:36 (44)
4:20 (44), 5:04 (44), 5:50 (46), 6:36 (46), 7:22 (46)
8:07 (45), 8:54 (47), 9:40 (46), 10:26 (46), 11:12 (46)
12:00 (48), 12:46 (46), 13:33 (47), 14:21 (48), 15:10 (49)
15:58 (48), 16:46 (48), 17:35 (49), 18:24 (49), 19:09.01 (45.01)
Kilometer splits: 3:36, 3:46, 3:50, 3:58, 3:59.01
23. Hannah Albert 19:10.82
41, 84 (43), 2:07 (43), 2:52 (45), 3:36 (44)
4:20 (44), 5:06 (46), 5:51 (45), 6:37 (46), 7:23 (46)
8:09 (46), 8:55 (46), 9:41 (46), 10:28 (47), 11:14 (46)
12:02 (48), 12:50 (48), 13:38 (48), 14:26 (48), 15:14 (48)
16:03 (49), 16:51 (48), 17:40 (49), 18:26 (46), 19:10.02 (44.02)
Kilometer splits: 3:36, 3:47, 3:51, 4:00, 3:56.02
24. Bianca Luparello 19:10.90
42, 86 (44), 2:10 (44), 2:55 (45), 3:41 (46)
4:25 (44), 5:10 (45), 5:54 (44), 6:36 (42), 7:20 (44)
8:07 (47), 8:53 (46), 9:40 (47), 10:27 (47), 11:13 (46)
12:01 (48), 12:50 (49), 13:38 (48), 14:26 (48), 15:16 (50)
16:04 (48), 16:53 (49), 17:40 (47), 18:27 (47), 19:10.90 (43.90)
Kilometer splits: 3:41, 3:39, 3:53, 4:03, 3:56.90
27. Mariah Christian 19:29.62
42, 85 (43), 2:08 (43), 2:52 (44), 3:36 (44)
4:20 (44), 5:04 (44), 5:50 (45), 6:36 (46), 7:23 (47)
8:09 (46), 8:56 (47), 9:44 (48), 10:31 (47), 11:20 (49)
12:08 (48), 12:57 (49), 13:44 (47), 14:34 (50), 15:21 (47)
16:12 (51), 17:02 (50), 17:51 (49), 18:41 (50), 19:19.62 (48.62)
Kilometer splits: 3:36, 3:47, 3:57, 4:01, 4:08.62
Distance medley relay
6. Marist (Denise Grohn 3:45.53, Molly Weeks 61.48, Kerry Gaye 2:21.23, Shea Bohan 5:15.00) 12:23.19
Denise Grohn: 35, 72 (37), 1:50 (38), 2:28 (38), 3:07 (39), 3:45.53 (38.53)
Molly Weeks: 28, 61.48
Kerry Gaye 35, 69 (34), 1:45 (36), 2:21.23 (36.23)
Shea Bohan: 35, 72 (37), 1:51 (39), 2:32 (41), 3:12 (40), 3:54 (42), 4:35 (41), 5:15 (40)
Team standings after Day 1
1-Monmouth 60.5, Rider 45, 3. Manhattan 33.5, 4. Iona 23, 5. Quinnipiac 13, 6. Siena 7, 7. Canisius 6, 8. Marist 4, 9. St. Peter’s 0
MAAC Indoor Championships
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Armory Track and Field Center, NYC
Day 1 results and splits, men
200-meter dash
7. Tim Johnson 22.80, qualified for finals
12. Joe Cafaro 23.14
15. Sean Patterson 23.86
17. Santosh Krishnan 24.21
18. Josh Hindle 24.36
400-meter dash, trials
17. Josh Hindle 52.12
20. Nate Lungarini 53.26
21. Sean Patterson 53.32
22. Santosh Krishnan 54.70
800-meter run, trials
8. Drew Burns 1:56.32 *qualified for finals
28, 57 (29), 1:26 (29), 1:56.32 (30.32)
13. Zachary Ropes 1:56.59
27, 57 (30), 1:26 (29), 1:56.59 (30.59)
19. Josh Siegel 1:59.74
28, 59 (31), 1:20 (30), 1:59.74 (30.74)
22. Tanner Senius 2:00.90
28.82, 59.14 (30.32), 1:29.28 (30.14), 2:00.90 (31.62)
26. Matthew Hawker 2:02.25
28, 58 (30), 1:30 (32), 2:02.25 (32.25)
Mile run, trials (hand-timed)
10. Steven Rizzo 4:24.5, qualified for finals
33.8, 67.0 (33.3), 1:40.2 (33.3), 2:12.8 (32.7), 2:44.4 (31.7), 3:16.3 (32.0), 3:49.4 (33.1), 4:24.5 (35.1)
13. Anthony Colasanto 4:28.3
34.4, 67.6 (33.3), 1:40.3 (32.8), 2:13.1 (32.8), 2:45.3 (32.3), 3:19.1 (33.8), 3:54.1 (35.1), 4:28.3 (34.2)
16. Connor Levins 4:31.1
34.3, 67.9 (33.6), 1:42.8 (35.0), 2:17.5 (34.8), 2:51.6 (34.2), 3:26.1 (34.5), 3:59.0 (32.9), 4:31.1 (32.2)
22. Eamonn Beers 4:34.9
34.7, 67.8 (33.2), 1:41.1 (33.3), 2:14.8 (33.7), 2:48.8 (34.0), 3:24.1 (35.4), 3:59.5 (35.5), 4:34.9 (35.4)
5,000-meter run
11. Spencer Johnson 15:06.52
36, 73 (37), 1:49 (36), 2:25 (36), 3:00 (35)
3:36 (36), 4:12 (36), 4:47 (35), 5:22 (35), 5:59 (37)
6:35 (36), 7:01 (36), 7:46 (35), 8:24 (38), 9:00 (36)
9:37 (37), 10:14 (37), 10:51 (37), 11:28 (37), 12:05 (37)
12:41 (36), 13:19 (38), 13:55 (36), 14:31 (36), 15:06.52 (35.52)
Kilometer splits: 3:00, 2:59, 3:01, 3:05, 3:01.52
12. Dietrich Mosel 15:10.57
35, 72 (37), 1:47 (35), 2:23 (36), 2:58 (35)
3:34 (36), 4:10 (36), 4:45 (35), 5:20 (35), 5:56 (36)
6:33 (37), 7:08 (35), 7:45 (37), 8:22 (37), 8:58 (36)
9:35 (37), 10:12 (37), 10:49 (37), 11:28 (39), 12:05 (37)
12:42 (37), 13:22 (40), 14:00 (38), 14:36 (36), 15:10.57 (34.57)
Kilometer splits: 2:58, 2:58, 3:02, 3:07, 3:05.57
17. Riley Hughes 15:26.90
36, 73 (37), 1:49 (36), 2:25 (36), 3:00 (35)
3:36 (36), 4:12 (36), 4:47 (35), 5:25 (38), 6:03 (38)
6:40 (37), 7:16 (36), 7:53 (37), 8:30 (37), 9:09 (39)
9:47 (38), 10:24 (37), 11:02 (38), 11:40 (38), 12:18 (38)
12:56 (38), 13:34 (38), 14:13 (39), 14:50 (37), 15:26.90 (36.90)
Kilometer splits: 3:00, 3:03, 3:06, 3:08, 3:08.90
19. Johnny Lee 15:34.91
35, 72 (37), 1:48 (36), 2:25 (37), 3:00 (35)
3:36 (36), 4:12 (36), 4:47 (35), 5:23 (37), 6:00 (37)
6:37 (37), 7:13 (37), 7:49 (36), 8:27 (38), 9:05 (38)
9:43 (38), 10:21 (38), 11:02 (39), 11:40 (38), 12:19 (39)
12:58 (39), 13:38 (40), 14:17 (39), 14:57 (40), 15:34.91 (37.91)
Kilometer splits: 3:00, 3:00, 3:05, 3:14, 3:15.91
23. Mike Kennedy 15:43.54
36, 73 (37), 1:49 (36), 2:25 (36), 3:00 (35)
3:36 (36), 4:12 (36), 4:47 (35), 5:23 (37), 6:00 (37)
6:37 (37), 7:13 (37), 7:49 (36), 8:27 (38), 9:05 (38)
9:42 (37), 10:21 (39), 11:02 (41), 11:41 (39), 12:20 (39)
13:01 (41), 13:42 (41), 14:24 (42), 15:04 (40), 15:43.54 (39.54)
Kilometer splits: 3:00, 3:00, 3:05, 3:15, 3:23.54
Distance medley relay
5. Marist (Brian Henderson, Drew Burns, Zachary Ropes, Stefan Morton) 10:23.19
Brian Henderson: 30, 62 (32), 1:44 (32), 2:07 (33), 2:40 (33), 3:14.14 (34.14)
Drew Burns: 24, 52.5
Zachary Ropes: 26, 56 (30), 1:26 (30), 1:57.90 (31.90)
Stefan Morton: 28, 58 (30), 1:29 (31), 2:00 (31), 2:32 (32), 3:07 (35), 3:42 (35), 4:18.5 (36.5)
Team standings after Day 1
1-Monmouth 46, 2. Manhattan 45, 3. Iona 43, 4. Rider 32, 5. St. Peter’s 11, 6. Canisius 9, 7. Siena 5, 8. Marist 4


MAAC Indoors: Snapchat takeover

As I mentioned (I think?) yesterday, our team has taken over the Marist Athletics Snapchat for the weekend. Here's one of the many, many images that are being posted -- our beloved fifth-year seniors, back at the Armory for one last go-round with the Red Foxes. For many of them, it's the end of nearly a decade of racing in the old building in Washington Heights. OK!

MAAC Indoors: With a little help from our friends

We are always always grateful for the loyal support of parents, families and alumni, at Saturday night at the Armory was no different. A few alums went the extra mile -- literally -- to be there for the team: Michelle Gaye, all the way from Texas in a surprise visit (pictured here with her old coach, holding the ubiquitous cup of coffee); Hild, driving up from DC for a day and night in the city ... no one is more loyal to our program; Christine Coughlin, down from the Albany area for the weekend; Keegan, who lives in the city, back at the site of some of his best running moments; Kenny Walshak, of course; recent alums Siobhan Pokorney and Olivia Jaquith. We love them all (yeah, even Hild) and are so glad they could be there to get us through an intense night of ups and downs for our Running Red Foxes. Did I forget anyone? I hope not; if I did, let me know. Thank you all.

MAAC Indoors: Sunday's schedule

MAAC Indoor Championships
Armory Track and Field Center, NYC
Order of events, time schedule and Marist entries
Day 2: Sunday, February 19
All events are finals
3:30 p.m.: Track available for warm-ups
4:45 p.m.: National Anthem
4:50 p.m.: Women’s mile: Emily Burns
5 p.m.: Men’s mile: Steven Rizzo
5:10 p.m.: Women’s 60 hurdle
5:20 p.m.: Men’s 60 hurdle
5:25 p.m.: Women’s 60 dash
5:30 p.m.: Men’s 60 dash
5:40 p.m.: Women’s 400: Danisha Craig
5:50 p.m.: Men’s 400
6 p.m.: Women’s 800
6:05 p.m.: Men’s 800: Drew Burns
6:15 p.m.: Women’s 200: Ashley Haynes
6:15 p.m.: Women’s high jump: Fallon Quigley
6:25 p.m.: Men’s 200: Tim Johnson
6:35 p.m.: Women’s 3,000: Nicki Nesi, Ali Bartolotta, Jordan Casey, Elizabeth Wasserman, Brianne Vess
7:05 p.m.: Men’s 3,000: Dietrich Mosel, Steven Rizzo, Spencer Johnson, Joe Miller, Palmer Weimann
7:30 p.m.: Women’s 4x400 relay: Ashley Haynes, Jenn Horner, Debbie Boerke, Danisha Craig
7:45 p.m.: Men’s 4x400 relay: Joe Cafaro, Drew Burns, Zachary Ropes, Tim Johnson

MAAC Indoors: Women's results and splits, Day 1

Results and splits below, with official Armory splits (you can tell the slightly different format):

MAAC Indoor Championships
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Armory Track and Field Center, NYC
Day 1 results and splits, women
60-meter dash, trials
11. Ashley Haynes 7.93
20. Lauren Adams 8.33
200-meter dash, trials
7. Ashley Haynes 25.78, qualified for finals
9. Danisha Craig 26.00
17. Lauren Adams 27.13
18. Olivia Gage 27.27
400-meter dash, trials
4. Danisha Craig 58.19 *school record, old record 58.22 by Craig, last week
18. Jenn Horner 1:00.76
19. Debbie Boerke 1:00.77
21. Olivia Gage 1:02.49
24. Ericka Stewart 1:03.92
800-meter run, trials
16. Shea Bohan 2:21.14
34.47, 70.70 (36.23), 1:45.39 (34.69), 2:21.14 (35.75)
29. Alyssa Lafave 2:29.34
34.92, 72.02 (37.10), 1:51.13 (39.11), 2:29.35 (38.23)
36. Jess Howe 2:35.19
33.46, 69.71 (36.25), 1:51.13 (41.42), 2:35.19 (44.06)
Mile run, trials (hand-timed)
7 Burns, Emily                 Marist                 5:07.2h, qualified for finals  
            37.5 (37.5)      1:16.7 (39.2)      1:58.3 (41.7)      2:37.3 (39.1)
          3:14.4 (37.2)      3:51.7 (37.3)      4:30.2 (38.6)      5:07.2 (37.0)
11 Robinson, Jenna              Marist                 5:16.5h   
            38.6 (38.6)      1:16.9 (38.4)      1:58.7 (41.8)      2:38.4 (39.8)
          3:17.4 (39.0)      3:57.1 (39.8)      4:37.4 (40.3)      5:16.5 (39.2)
 12 Franko, Emily                Marist                 5:17.4h    
            39.5 (39.5)      1:18.9 (39.4)      1:58.9 (40.1)      2:38.8 (39.9)
          3:18.7 (40.0)      3:59.2 (40.5)      4:39.2 (40.1)      5:17.4 (38.3)
15 Gorberg, Bryn                Marist                 5:23.8h    
            40.2 (40.2)      1:19.2 (39.1)      1:59.2 (40.1)      2:38.9 (39.8)
          3:19.0 (40.2)      4:00.1 (41.1)      4:42.4 (42.3)      5:23.8 (41.5)
 16 Gambell, Christine           Marist                 5:23.9h    
            38.3 (38.3)      1:16.8 (38.5)      1:58.7 (42.0)      2:38.2 (39.5)
          3:17.1 (39.0)      3:57.9 (40.9)      4:40.7 (42.8)      5:23.9 (43.3)
5,000-meter run
8 Schiffhauer, Mara            Marist                18:02.23    
        41.494 (41.494)  1:24.281 (42.788)  2:06.751 (42.470)  2:48.993 (42.242)
      3:31.858 (42.865)  4:14.555 (42.698)  4:56.835 (42.280)  5:38.355 (41.520)
      6:20.787 (42.432)  7:03.911 (43.124)  7:46.874 (42.964)  8:29.748 (42.874)
      9:13.457 (43.709)  9:57.003 (43.547) 10:40.634 (43.631) 11:24.791 (44.158)
     12:09.284 (44.493) 12:53.494 (44.211) 13:38.401 (44.907) 14:23.462 (45.062)
     15:08.146 (44.685) 15:53.195 (45.049) 16:38.697 (45.503) 17:23.201 (44.505)
     18:02.226 (39.025)
22 Gould, Annie                 Marist                19:09.01    
        42.575 (42.575)  1:26.557 (43.982)  2:08.596 (42.039)  2:52.385 (43.790)
      3:36.519 (44.134)  4:20.728 (44.210)  5:05.186 (44.458)  5:51.113 (45.928)
      6:36.273 (45.161)  7:22.063 (45.791)  8:08.137 (46.075)  8:54.288 (46.152)
      9:40.801 (46.513) 10:26.848 (46.047) 11:13.574 (46.726) 12:00.462 (46.888)
     12:46.419 (45.958) 13:33.893 (47.474) 14:22.358 (48.466) 15:10.386 (48.028)
     15:58.610 (48.224) 16:47.164 (48.555) 17:35.839 (48.675) 18:24.449 (48.611)
     19:09.006 (44.557)
 23 Albert, Hannah               Marist                19:10.82    
        42.110 (42.110)  1:25.191 (43.081)  2:08.155 (42.964)  2:52.055 (43.901)
      3:36.554 (44.499)  4:20.984 (44.431)  5:05.934 (44.950)  5:51.487 (45.554)
      6:37.351 (45.865)  7:23.353 (46.003)  8:09.250 (45.898)  8:55.401 (46.152)
      9:41.825 (46.424) 10:28.726 (46.901) 11:15.375 (46.649) 12:02.698 (47.323)
     12:50.300 (47.602) 13:38.038 (47.738) 14:26.469 (48.432) 15:15.047 (48.578)
     16:03.508 (48.461) 16:52.484 (48.977) 17:40.108 (47.624) 18:27.648 (47.540)
     19:10.812 (43.165)
24 Luparello, Bianca            Marist                19:10.90    
        42.436 (42.436)  1:26.696 (44.261)  2:11.382 (44.686)  2:56.215 (44.834)
      3:41.454 (45.240)  4:25.922 (44.468)  5:09.901 (43.980)  5:53.863 (43.962)
      6:37.038 (43.175)  7:21.585 (44.548)  8:07.682 (46.098)  8:54.246 (46.564)
      9:40.488 (46.243) 10:27.241 (46.753) 11:13.709 (46.469) 12:01.492 (47.783)
     12:49.904 (48.412) 13:38.147 (48.244) 14:27.455 (49.308) 15:16.479 (49.025)
     16:04.873 (48.394) 16:53.666 (48.793) 17:41.524 (47.859) 18:27.695 (46.172)
     19:10.893 (43.198)
27 Christian, Mariah            Marist                19:29.62    
        42.676 (42.676)  1:26.282 (43.606)  2:08.395 (42.113)  2:52.221 (43.827)
      3:36.270 (44.049)  4:20.425 (44.156)  5:04.950 (44.525)  5:50.752 (45.803)
      6:36.652 (45.901)  7:23.101 (46.450)  8:10.018 (46.917)  8:56.988 (46.970)
      9:44.526 (47.538) 10:32.487 (47.961) 11:20.643 (48.157) 12:08.364 (47.721)
     12:57.474 (49.110) 13:45.551 (48.078) 14:33.808 (48.257) 15:23.220 (49.413)
     16:12.466 (49.246) 17:02.112 (49.647) 17:52.526 (50.414) 18:42.087 (49.562)
     19:29.620 (47.533)
Distance medley relay
6. Marist (Denise Grohn 3:45.53, Molly Weeks 61.48, Kerry Gaye 2:21.23, Shea Bohan 5:15.00) 12:23.19
Denise Grohn: 35, 72 (37), 1:50 (38), 2:28 (38), 3:07 (39), 3:45.53 (38.53)
Molly Weeks: 28, 61.48
Kerry Gaye 35, 69 (34), 1:45 (36), 2:21.23 (36.23)
Shea Bohan: 35, 72 (37), 1:51 (39), 2:32 (41), 3:12 (40), 3:54 (42), 4:35 (41), 5:15 (40)
Team standings after Day 1
1-Monmouth 60.5, Rider 45, 3. Manhattan 33.5, 4. Iona 23, 5. Quinnipiac 13, 6. Siena 7, 7. Canisius 6, 8. Marist 4, 9. St. Peter’s 0