Friday, January 19, 2018

NYC Gotham Cup: Men's results and splits

NYC Gotham Cup
Friday, January 19, 2018
Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
Staten Island, NY
Men’s results and splits
400-meter dash
54. Sean Patterson 52.57
70. Nick Brady 54.20
71. Cole Lucaszcyk 54.24
72. Josh Hindle 54.46
76. Santosh Krishnan 55.13
800-meter run
8. Brian Henderson 1:58.13
28.6, 58.4 (29.8), 1:28.4 (30.0), 1:58.13 (29.93)
19. Tanner Senius 2:00.50
27.9, 58.7 (30.8), 1:29.0 (30.3), 2:00.50 (31.50)
25. Cole Ziskind 2:01.23
28, 59 (31), 1:29 (30), 2:01.23 (32.23)
35. Will O’Connell 2:03.54
28, 60 (32), 1:31 (31), 2:03.54 (32.54)
1,000-meter run
9. Drew Burns 2:32.82
29.6, 58.8 (30.2), 1:31.5 (31.7), 2:02.8 (31.3), 2:32.82 (30.02)
12. Matthew Hawker 2:37.39
29, 61 (32), 1:33 (32), 2:06 (33), 2:37.39 (31.39)
13. Andrew Whitney 2:38.37
30, 61 (31), 1:33 (32), 2:06 (33), 2:38.37 (32.37)
Mile run
16. James Moehringer 4:28.46
33, 66 (33), 1:41 (35), 2:14 (34), 2:47 (33), 3:21 (34), 3:54 (33), 4:28.xx (34.xx)
25. Conor Stack 4:36.55
34, 70 (360, 1:44 (34), 2:20 (36), 2:54 (34), 3:30 (36), 4:04 (34), 4:36.55 (32.55)
30. James Pratt 4:37.94
33, 68 (35), 1:44 (36), 2:20 (36), 2:54 (34), 3:29 (35), 4:04 (35), 4:37.94 (33.94)
32. Eamonn Beers 4:38.32
34, 69 (35), 1:44 (35), 2:18 (34), 2:52 (34), 3:27 (35), 4:02 (35), 4:38.32 (36.32)
3,000-meter run
17. Connor Fitzpatrick 9:18.17
35, 71 (36), 1:49 (38), 2:26 (37), 3:04 (38)
3:41 (37), 4:19 (38), 4:58 (39), 5:36 (38), 6:14 (38)
6:52 (38), 7:29 (37), 8:07 (38), 8:44 (37), 9:18.17 (34.17)
Kilometer splits: 3:04, 3:10, 3:04.17
19. Matthew Ronan 9:21.14
36, 72 (36), 1:50 (38), 2:27 (37), 3:04 (37)
3:41 (37), 4:20 (39), 4:58 (38), 5:36 (38), 6:14 (38)
6:53 (39), 7:31 (38), 8:10 (39), 8:48 (38), 9:21.14 (33.14)
Kilometer splits: 3:04, 3:10, 3:07.14
20. Connor Levins 9:22.38
36, 71 (35), 1:46 (35), 2:22 (36), 2:59 (37)
3:35 (36), 4:11 (36), 4:50 (39), 5:29 (39), 6:09 (40)
6:49 (40), 7:30 (41), 8:09 (39), 8:19 (40), 9:22.38 (33.38)
Kilometer splits: 2:59, 3:10, 3:13.38
3,200-meter relay
4. Marist (Zachary Ropes 2:00.9, Connor St. Germain 1:59.6, Mark Cappuccitti 2:04.4, James Pratt 2:05.1) 8:10.10
Zachary Ropes: 29, 59 (30), 1:29 (30), 2:00.9 (31.9)
Connor St. Germain: 27, 58 (31), 1:29 (31), 1:59.6 (30.6)
Mark Cappuccitti: 28, 59 (31), 1:32 (33), 2:04.4 (32.4)
James Pratt: 28, 58 (30), 1:31 (33), 2:05.1 (34.1)

NYC Gotham Cup: Women's results and splits

NYC Gotham Cup
Friday, January 19, 2018
Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
Staten Island, NY
Women’s results and splits
60-meter dash
45. Grace Cepeda 8.54
200-meter dash
23. Danisha Craig 26.60
400-meter dash
20. Debbie Boerke 1:00.96
800-meter run
35. Jessica Howe 2:35.52
36.0, 74.3 (38.3), 1:54.7 (40.3), 2:35.52 (40.82)
52. Shannon Gildea 2:52.68
39.4, 83.3 (43.9), 2:07.7 (44.4), 2:52.68 (44.98)
Mile run
35. Ashley Wallace 6:10.21
41, 84 (43), 2:09 (45), 2:57 (48), 3:46 (49), 4:35 (49), 5:23 (48), 6:10.21 (47.21)
3,000-meter run
20. Talia Cutrone 11:19.33
45, 89 (44), 2:13 (44), 2:58 (45), 3:42 (44)
4:26 (44), 5:12 (46), 5:57 (45), 6:44 (47), 7:31 (47)
8:17 (46), 9:04 (47), 9:51 (47), 10:37 (46), 11:19.33 (42.33)
Kilometer splits: 3:42, 3:49, 3:48.33

Thursday, January 18, 2018

NYC Gotham Cup: Time schedule

NYC Gotham Cup
Friday, January 19, 2018
Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
Staten Island, NY
Time schedule and order of events
Women then men
1:58 p.m.: 60 hurdle trials
2:15 p.m.: Women’s 3,000
2:37 p.m.: 60 hurdle finals
2:46 p.m.: 60 dash trials
3:15 p.m.: Men’s 3,000
3:45 p.m.: 60 dash final
4:00 p.m.: 400 dash
4:45 p.m.: Mile run
5:25 p.m.: 1,000 run
5:50 p.m.: 800 run
6:30 p.m.: 200 dash
7:05 p.m.: 5,000 run
7:40 p.m.: 4x800 relay
8:00 p.m.: DMR
8:20 p.m.: 4x400 relay
Women’s high jump: Following dash final

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Snowy Tuesday at Big Blue Doughnut

We are in the midst of a Winter Storm Warning, with 5-10 inches of snow on the way. Our men's distance team was able to sneak over to New Paltz before the storm got bad to get a workout in on the elevated indoor track at SUNY -- also known as the Big Blue Doughnut. Thanks to freshman Graham Strzelecki for taking this photo. As we arrived, we were pleased to run into living legend Don Davis, the founder and creator of the SOS (Survival of the Shawangunks) triathlon in the New Paltz area. Don said that NBC Sports did a special documentary on the special race. It will air later this month. Neat. 

Deedy gets new job!

Congrats to Marist Running alum Pat Deedy on his new job as head athletic trainer at Southern Vermont College in Bennington. Deedy was an AT major at Marist and a loyal and dedicated member of our distance running team. As you can see, he's still sporting the Kevin Youkilis look. Nicely done, Deedy!

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Our bleacher creatures

We implored our men's and women's teams to come out and support the men's basketball team on Saturday night in a key MAAC matchup with Fairfield -- and they came out in full force! Joe Miller urged me to take a picture of the team; I told him he should, since I'm clearly not skilled with the cell phone camera, but alas he was "working" as an usher (as were several of our athletes, as you can SEE), so I took this "photo" of the team during the second half of a thrilling OT victory over the Stags.

Coogan's update: It's staying open!

Thanks to several alert blog followers who emailed or texted me the great news that Coogan's in Washington Heights (near the Armory) is indeed staying open. Here's the story that was sent to me. Neat.

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Spartan Regional Invite: Women's results and splits

What a start to 2018 for our women's team! The word that comes to mind is "dominance" in the first meet of the calendar year -- dominance from junior Shea Bohan, who ran a forceful, wire-to-wire win in the mile run; dominance in the 3km, where our athletes ran with extreme toughness and closed strongly and took the top four spots and six out of the first seven spots (see women's 3km runners above); dominance in the relays, where we set a school record, got a win, and nearly bagged a few ECAC qualifying marks, which are sure to follow in the coming weeks. Nicely done, ladies! Look forward to the upcoming weeks and meets.

Spartan Regional Invitational
Friday, January 12, 2018
Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
Staten Island, NY
Women’s results and splits
60-meter dash
2-Candhace Forrest 7.98
10-Grace Cepeda 8.45
200-meter dash
2. Candhace Forrest 27.52
3. Grace Cepeda 27.62
4. Debbie Boerke 27.78
400-meter dash
1-Debbie Boerke 1:01.25
800-meter run
3-Jill Laliberte 2:29.31
36.09, 72.70 (36.61), 1:51.19 (38.49), 2:29.31 (38.12)
Mile run
1-Shea Bohan 5:02.56
37, 76 (30), 1:54 (38), 2:32 (38), 3:09 (37), 3:46 (37), 4:24 (38), 5:02.56 (38.56)
3-Christine Gambell 5:22.98
37, 77 (40), 1:56 (39), 2:35 (39), 3:16 (41), 3:57 (41), 4:40 (43), 5:22.98 (42.98)
4. Boushra Belkhir 5:25.48
38, 78 (40), 1:58 (40), 2:39 (41), 3:20 (41), 4:01 (41), 4:44 (43), 5:25.48 (41.48)
5. Maddie Tooker 5:29.65
37, 77 (40), 1:57 (40), 2:38 (41), 3:20 (42), 4:02 (42), 4:46 (44), 5:29.65 (43.65)
3,000-meter run
1-Alexandra Bartolotta 10:15.54
39, 81 (42), 2:01 (40), 2:42 (40), 3:23 (41)
4:05 (42), 4:46 (41), 5:29 (43), 6:10 (41), 6:52 (42)
7:34 (42), 8:16 (42), 8:59 (43), 9:40 (41), 10:15.54 (35.54)
Kilometer splits: 3:23, 3:29, 3:23.54
2-Gianna Tedeschi 10:17.01
39, 81 (42), 2:02 (41), 2:42 (40), 3:23 (41)
4:05 (42), 4:46 (41), 5:27 (41), 6:08 (41), 6:50 (42)
7:32 (42), 8:14 (42), 8:57 (43), 9:38 (41), 10:17.01 (39.01)
Kilometer splits: 3:23, 3:27, 3:27.01
3-Hayley Collins 10:18.72
39, 81 (42), 2:02 (41), 2:42 (40), 3:23 (41)
4:05 (42), 4:48 (43), 5:30 (42), 6:11 (41), 6:53 (42)
7:34 (41), 8:16 (42), 8:58 (42), 9:38 (40), 10:18.72 (40.72)
Kilometer splits: 3:23, 3:30, 3:25.72
4-Jordan Casey 10:18.75
40, 81 (41), 2:02 (41), 2:43 (41), 3:24 (41)
4:06 (42), 4:48 (42), 5:30 (42), 6:11 (41), 6:53 (42)
7:34 (41), 8:16 (42), 9:00 (44), 9:41 (41), 10:18.75 (37.75)
Kilometer splits: 3:24, 3:29, 3:25.75
6. Emily Burns 10:33.03
39, 81 (42), 2:03 (42), 2:44 (41), 3:26 (42)
4:07 (41), 4:50 (43), 5:32 (42), 6:14 (42), 6:56 (42)
7:41 (45), 8:22 (41), 9:06 (44), 9:50 (44), 10:33.03 (43.03)
Kilometer splits: 3:26, 3:30, 3:37.03
7. Alyssa Lafave 10:39.28
40, 83 (43), 2:04 (41), 2:46 (42), 3:28 (42)
4:10 (42), 4:54 (44), 5:38 (44), 6:18 (40), 7:02 (44)
7:46 (44), 8:30 (44), 9:14 (44), 9:58 (44), 10:39.28 (41.28)
Kilometer splits: 3:28, 3:34, 3:37.28
800-meter relay
1-Marist (Candhace Forrest 25.97, Danisha Craig 26.16, Grace Cepeda 26.70, Debbie Boerke 26.23) 1:45.36 *school record, old record 1:45.88 set in 2016 by Forrest, Craig, Boerke, Molly Weeks
3,200-meter relay
1-Marist (Kerry Gaye 2:23.2, Denise Grohn 2:20.1, Jenna Robinson 2:23.1, Gianna Mastromatteo 2:19.5) 9:26.21
Kerry Gaye: 35, 71 (36), 1:48 (37), 2:23.2 (35.2)
Denise Grohn: 34, 68 (34), 1:45 (37), 2:20.1 (35.1)
Jenna Robinson: 33, 68 (35), 1:44 (36), 2:23.1 (39.1)
Gianna Mastromatteo: 31, 66 (35), 1:42 (36), 2:19.5 (37.5)
Distance medley relay
2. Marist (Maria Smith 3:46.2, Danisha Craig 60.2, Shea Bohan 2:19.1, Janelle Solviletti 5:03.1) 12:08.92
Maria Smith: 35, 72 (37), 1:49 (37), 2:28 (39), 3:07 (39), 3:46.2 (39.2)
Danisha Craig: 27, 60.2
Shea Bohan: 31, 65 (34), 1:42 (37), 2:19.1 (37.1)
Janelle Solviletti: 36, 73 (37), 1:50 (37), 2:28 (38), 3:07 (39), 3:47 (40), 4:26 (39), 5:03.1 (37.1)

Spartan Regional Invite: 4x200 relay record!

Congrats to our 4x200 relay team of Candhace Forrest, Danisha Craig, Grace Cepeda and Debbie Boerke for breaking the record in this rarely run relay by about half a second. Candhace, Danisha and Debbie were on the previous record, with recent graduate Molly Weeks. Grace, who is a freshman, had a strong and crucial third leg with two great relay passes. Nicely done, ladies!

800-meter relay
1-Marist (Candhace Forrest 25.97, Danisha Craig 26.16, Grace Cepeda 26.70, Debbie Boerke 26.23) 1:45.36 *school record, old record 1:45.88 set in 2016 by Forrest, Craig, Boerke, Molly Weeks

Spartan Regional Invite: Men's results and splits

Thanks to my loyal and trusty split helpers, especially a frantic Riley Hughes in second two of the 3km, as well as Mariah Christian and Kerry Gaye for helping out. A true "rust buster" meet for the men.

Spartan Regional Invitational
Friday, January 12, 2018
Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
Staten Island, NY
Men’s results and splits
200-meter dash
8-Sean Patterson 24.43
12. Santosh Krishnan 25.08
400-meter dash
5. Sean Patterson 53.82
6. Cole Lucaszcyk 54.19
7. Santosh Krishnan 57.08
8. Anthony Colasanto 57.75
800-meter run
2. Brian Henderson 2:00.66
27.72, 57.92 (30.20), 1:29.79 (31.87), 2:00.66 (30.87)
Mile run
4-Steven Rizzo 4:23.11
32.8, 64.3 (31.5), 1:36.3 (32.0), 2:09.5 (33.2), 2:42.9 (33.4), 3:16.6 (33.7), 3:50.0 (33.4), 4:23.11 (33.11)
8-Palmer Weimann 4:40.59
33.5, 67.7 (34.2), 1:43.2 (35.5), 2:19.8 (36.6), 2:56.4 (36.6), 3:32.2 (35.8), 4:07.4 (35.2), 4:40.59 (33.19)
3,000-meter run
2. Dietrich Mosel 8:46.51
34, 71 (37), 1:45 (34), 2:20 (35), 2:56 (36)
3:34 (36), 4:08 (34), 4:44 (36), 5:19 (35), 5:55 (36)
6:29 (34), 7:04 (35), 7:39 (35), 8:14 (35), 8:46.51 (32.51)
3. Joe Miller 8:56.29
35, 71 (36), 1:46 (35), 2:21 (35), 2:56 (35)
3:34 (36), 4:09 (35), 4:45 (36), 5:21 (36), 5:57 (36)
6:33 (36), 7:08 (35), 7:44 (36), 8:20 (36), 8:56.29 (36.29)
Kilometer splits: 2:56, 3:01, 2:59.29
4. Conor Stack 9:01.27
34, 72 (38), 1:49 (37), 2:24 (35), 3:00 (36)
3:36 (36), 4:12 (36), 4:48 (36), 5:24 (36), 6:01 (37)
6:38 (37), 7:15 (37), 7:53 (38), 8:29 (36), 9:01.27 (32.27)
Kilometer splits: 3:00, 3:01, 3:00.27
5. Alex Hogue 9:02.08
34, 73 (39), 1:49 (36), 2:24 (35), 3:00 (36)
3:37 (37), 4:16 (39), 4:50 (34), 5:25 (35), 6:01 (36)
6:38 (37), 7:14 (36), 7:51 (37), 8:29 (38), 9:02.08 (33.08)
Kilometer splits: 3:00, 3:01, 3:01.08
6. Spencer Johnson 9:03.44
35, 71 (36), 1:46 (35), 2:21 (35), 2:56 (35)
3:34 (38), 4:08 (34), 4:45 (37), 5:21 (36), 5:57 (36)
6:32 (35), 7:10 (38), 7:48 (38), 8:26 (38), 9:03.44 (37.44)
Kilometer splits: 2:56, 3:01, 3:06.44
7. James Draney 9:05.53
33, 71 (38), 1:49 (38), 2:24 (35), 3:00 (36)
3:37 (37), 4:16 (39), 4:50 (34), 5:26 (36), 6:05 (39)
6:45 (40), 7:20 (35), 7:56 (36), 8:32 (36), 9:05.53 (33.53)
Kilometer splits: 3:00, 3:05, 3:00.53
11. James Moehringer 9:13.50
36, 73 (37), 1:48 (35), 2:23 (37), 2:59 (36)
3:35 (36), 4:12 (37), 4:49 (37), 5:26 (37), 6:03 (37)
6:42 (39), 7:21 (39), 8:00 (39), 8:38 (38), 9:13.50 (35.50)
Kilometer splits: 2:59, 3:04, 3:10.50
13. Dan Hillman 9:16.52
34, 71 (37), 1:47 (36), 2:24 (37), 3:00 (36)
3:35 (35), 4:13 (38), 4:48 (35), 5:24 (36), 6:01 (37)
6:42 (41), 7:18 (36), 7:57 (39), 8:37 (40), 9:16.52 (39.52)
Kilometer splits: 3:00, 3:01, 3:15.52
14. Eamonn Beers 9:20.37
34, 72 (38), 1:49 (37), 2:25 (36), 3:03 (38)
3:39 (36), 4:16 (37), 4:53 (37), 5:29 (36), 6:09 (40)
6:48 (39), 7:27 (39), 8:06 (39), 8:44 (38), 9:20.37 (36.37)
Kilometer splits: 3:03, 3:06, 3:11.37
17. Brian Edsall 9:29.11
34, 72 (38), 1:49 (37), 2:24 (35), 3:00 (36)
3:38 (38), 4:16 (38), 4:53 (37), 5:29 (36), 6:09 (40)
6:49 (49), 7:29 (40), 8:09 (40), 8:48 (39), 9:29.11 (41.11)
Kilometer splits: 3:00, 3:09, 3:20.11
18. Will Duggan 9:29.95
37, 75 (38), 1:53 (38), 2:31 (38), 3:09 (38)
3:46 (37), 4:24 (38), 5:02 (38), 5:40 (38), 6:19 (39)
6:57 (38), 7:56 (39), 8:14 (38), 8:52 (38), 9:29.95 (37.95)
Kilometer splits: 3:09, 3:10, 3:10.95
20. Matthew Ronan 9:32.10
34, 72 (38), 1:50 (78), 2:26 (36), 3:04 (38)
3:42 (38), 4:21 (39), 4:58 (37), 5:38 (40), 6:18 (40)
6:57 (39), 7:37 (40), 8:16 (39), 8:56 (40), 9:32.10 (36.10)
Kilometer splits: 3:04, 3:14, 3:14.10
1,600-meter relay
3. Marist (Cole Ziskind 53.93, Matthew Hawker 52.44, Nick Brady 54.36, Will O’Connell 56.59) 3:37.87
3,200-meter relay
2-Marist A (Brian Henderson 1:58.4, Tanner Senius 2:00.8, Matthew Hawker 1:59.2, Steven Morrison 1:59.0) 7:57.76
Brian Henderson: 29, 59 (30), 1:28 (29), 1:58.4 (30.4)
Tanner Senius: 28, 58 (30), 1:29 (31), 2:00.8 (31.8)
Matthew Hawker: 27, 57 (30), 1:28 (31), 1:59.2 (31.2)
Steven Morrison: 27, 56 (29), 1:25 (39), 1:59.0 (34.0)
4-Marist B (Cole Ziskind 2:02.9, Andrew Whitney 2:04.5, Nick Brady 2:06.5, Will O’Connell 2:07.1) 8:21.25
Cole Ziskind: 29, 60 (31), 1:29 (29), 2:02.9 (33.9)
Andrew Whitney: 28, 58 (30), 1:29 (31), 2:04.5 (35.5)
Nick Brady: 29, 60 (31), 1:32 (32), 2:06.5 (34.5)
Will O’Connell: 29, 60 (31), 1:32 (32), 2:07.1 (35.1)

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Spartan Regional Invite: Order of events

The first meet of the calendar year is Friday at Ocean Breeze. Here is the order of events; it's a rolling schedule, so it's difficult to determine what time the later events will be held. Hope to see you there.

Spartan Regional Invite
Friday, January 12, 2018
Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
Staten Island
Order of events (rolling schedule), men then women
10:30 a.m.: Facility open for warmups
12 noon: National anthem
12:10 p.m. (rolling from that time)
60 hurdle trials
60 dash final on time
60 hurdle finals
4x800 relay
4x200 relay
Mile run
500 dash
400 dash
800 run
1000 run
200 dash
3000 run
DMR
4x400 relay
Field event
1:45 p.m.: High jump

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Last call at Coogan's

Word has spread quickly within the regional running community about the impending closure of a restaurant/bar near and dear to our hearts – Coogan’s, on Broadway in Washington Heights, NYC, a short walk from the Armory Track and Field Center. You can check out this excellent article in yesterday’s New York Times, which details the absurd unfairness of trying to operate an excellent community business in the city. Shame on … whoever is to blame here. Really and truly, Coogan’s is an institution – not only in that neighborhood, but within the track and field community that has called the Armory home for the past two decades.

One of the owners of Coogan’s is a Marist alum – Pete Walsh, Class of 1968. He is pictured here with another Marist alum who most of us know, my good friend Ken Bohan, Class of 1984, and equally as important, father of current school-record-holding track/XC runner, junior Shea Bohan. Since the Armory became the current iteration of the Armory, Coogan’s has been a safe landing place for parents, friends and certainly alumni, looking for a great post-meet meal and perhaps an adult beverage or three. And when the meets go on and on for hours on end, it’s a great spot to duck away during endless heats of … whatever … to get a quick bite and brew. I’ve been to Coogan’s a few times, never, ever for an adult beverage, because I’ve always been at the Armory in coaching/work mode. It’s one of those places where you instantly feel comfortable and at home, as soon as you walk in the door; a true neighborhood tavern.

As New York Times writer Jim Dwyer points out, Coogan’s has also been home to an enormously popular 5km road race each March – Coogan’s Salsa, Shamrock and Blues 5k. It’s a darn shame that this place is closing, it really is. However, it is open for a few more months, so we all can have a “bell lap” and a “last call” visit to a place that has been so welcoming to Marist Running and to countless other teams, coaches and families through the years.  

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Back in town, ready to go

Much of the team returned to campus yesterday for the beginning of the 2018 track season, practice and competition. We ran up a nice, large grocery store bill so that our men and women will be well-fed during this intersession week when the Grand Dining Hall (it's actually called that!) is closed. As if on cue, the brutal cold weather has finally abated and we can resume complaining about normal January weather. Actually, it's supposed to get warm and rainy later in the week, which will hopefully melt a lot of the snow on the outdoor tracks that we use. We can only hope. Our first meet back is on Friday at Ocean Breeze, hosted by our friends at St. Thomas Aquinas College in Rockland County. It will be, as they say, a "rust buster" and will be good to get everyone back on the track. More details on the meet later in the week. Let's GO!

Sunday, January 7, 2018

Winter break: Postcard from New Mexico

Thanks to freshman Graham Strzelecki for texting me this photo him running "out in the middle of nowhere in New Mexico, pretty amazing running though." Indeed!

Friday, January 5, 2018

Winter vacation: Postcards from Montreal


Well. Here's the thing! Unlike Palmer's postcard location from a few posts ago? These photos from Spencer Johnson came from a significantly colder locale -- Montreal, Quebec (as of this writing, the temperature there is a brisk minus-3 Fahrenheit, yikes?). Fortunately for these guys, they were able to find their way inside to the McGill University indoor track, where they did a track workout. Current team members and a few alums were there as well. Good stuff. Looks like a really nice indoor facility. I'm envious.

Winter, continued

This morning, I jogged and walked in a small parking garage on the campus of the Culinary Institute of America. I am neither proud nor ashamed of this fact (OK, maybe a wee bit embarrassed?). This winter has been challenging so far in terms of cold, wind, ice and snow. The cold and wind is difficult but mostly a nuisance. The ice and snow are a different story. Most schools were delayed or closed today, mostly because of blowing snow and icy secondary roads. In the predawn darkness, not much is worse than that. So our normal Friday morning Marist/College Hill 6-mile loop was canceled and I headed to the parking garage – mostly because I truly despise the treadmill.

Did I mention that this garage – I euphemistically refer to it as my “open air jogging facility” – is small? Well. It is. I’ve never measured it, but it’s got to be 10 to 12 laps to a mile, minimum. Not that it matters. When I go there by myself (yes, oddly, on occasion I have an equally oddball friend who joins me there?), I follow a 2 laps fast walk/4 laps slow jog pattern, and do that until it’s time to go home. Today, I did it for about 70 minutes; sometimes it’s a little less time than that, other times it’s more than that. Geez, I’m getting bored just typing this. But you know what? At least I’m moving forward and sort of in the fresh air but with some shelter. In that regard, it’s far better than the treadmill for me. About the only time I’ll do the treadmill is when I’m on the road and in a hotel.

OK. What’s my point? My point is that this has been a tough few weeks for outdoor recreational activity. This weekend’s going to get even worse. Monday, there’s more snow and ice in the forecast. But after that? It looks to bounce back to “normal” mid-30s and maybe a few days approaching 40 degrees. That will feel like a darn heat wave now, won’t it? So I guess the point is, as they say, “it never always gets worse,” and that better days are on the way. 

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Winter vacation: Palmer's Postcards from Hawaii




 In a wonderful respite from this terrible weather, I got the following photos from junior distance runner Palmer Weimann, who has been in Hawaii for the past week or so. He has been able to train in relatively warm weather while seeing dispatches from home about the cold and ice and snow. Here's what he texted me: Being in Hawaii and hearing stories about how bitter cold the Northeast is strange. On the one hand, I feel bad for everyone who has to run through that. On the other, it has been between 60-75 degress and sunny every day and I’ve gotten to see some spectacular views. While I hate to leave a place as nice as this, I also cannot wait to be back and be better for track. 

Winter weather, Chapter 3: Road race canceled

As you may recall from previous posts, each January my old friend Charlie Sprauer and I organize a low-key, free road race each January called the Recover From the Holidays (Fat Ass) 50km. This year's race was (key word) to be on Saturday, but we have decided to cancel it for 2018 given the extreme weather forecast. First of all, the roads at and around Norrie Point in Staatsburg are already icy and slick in spots, and the parking lot at Norrie Point is like a darn skating rink. Add the anticipated few inches of snow we're supposed to get tonight, and then mix in brutal cold and wind on Saturday (forecast wind-chills around 20-below!), and it really made no sense to hold this race. In keeping with our long-standing policy, we are not rescheduling. It's canceled. If we don't have it on the appointed date, we skip it and move on. Hopefully, we'll be back to doing the 5km loops there again in 2019. Only a few days into this year and a few weeks into this winter, and we've had enough. August, anyone?

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Still cold, still running

Day Two of 2018 in the Arctic ... thanks to Spencer Johnson for sending this workout photo of him, Rizzo, Rivas and CSG. "We ran in West Cornwall, CT and behind us is one of the most photographed covered bridges in New England (you can look up the Cornwall covered bridge for some more history on it)." All four men did a quality workout in the cold weather, and here's something neat: Four different classes represented -- grad student (Spencer), senior (Rizz), sophomore (Rivas), freshman (CSG). OK!

Monday, January 1, 2018

Happy New Year. Brrrr. It's cold.

Our morning run group ushered in 2018 with a chilly -- very, very chilly -- 7.5-mile run. Schneider, who took this selfie and posted it on Facebook, also posted a picture of the outside thermometer in his truck, which read -10 (minus-10 degrees!) at 7:40 a.m. We started our run at 8 a.m., a leisurely holiday special as opposed to our usual 5:30 a.m. start on Mondays. My car read minus-7 as I stepped outside and embarked on our run through Poughkeepsie. Yeah. It was cold, but we got through it, at a very respectable 8:30/mile pace too. The mid-week temperatures look to be in the mid-20s, but then we get some snow and a truly brutal deep freeze on Friday and Saturday. Is it going to be a long winter? It sure seems like it! Happy New Year.

Sunday, December 31, 2017

Katie Miale racewalk pictures



THANKS TO HOGUE FOR SENDING ME THESE EXCELLENT ACTION SHOTS. 

USATF Indoor 5km Racewalk Championship
At the Upstate NY Holiday Classic
Rochester Institute of Technology
Henrietta, NY
Saturday, December 30, 2017
4. Katie Miale 26:11
1:00, 1:59 (59), 3:03 (64), 4:03 (60), 5:05 (62)
6:07 (62), 7:09 (62), 8:10 (61), 9:12 (62), 10:16 (64)
11:18 (62), 12:20 (62), 13:23 (61), 14:26 (63), 15:32 (66)
16:37 (65), 17:42 (65), 18:43 (61), 19:47 (64), 20:51 (64)
21:54 (63), 22:59 (65), 24:06 (67), 25:09 (62), 26:11 (62)

Kilometer splits: 5:05, 5:11, 5:16, 5:19, 5:20

Great finish to 2017 for racewalker Katie Miale

It was the final USATF national championship of the calendar year and it’s the final Marist track result of the calendar year, and it’s great news for junior racewalker Katie Miale! Competing at the USATF indoor 5km championships up at RIT – with her teammates Alyssa Lafave and Alex Hogue cheering her on – Katie had a tremendous walk, placing fourth overall in 26:11, improving on her high school PR of 27:56 by a whole heck of a lot of time, and punching a ticket to the Millrose Games mile racewalk in the process. It’s been a really strong second half of the year for Katie, and she’s worked very hard (very often, by herself) on her improvement, so this was great to see. She was a bit nervous about her first-ever 25-lap race; her plan was to keep the splits between 60-65 for as long as possible and as you can see, she did a very good job with this; almost flawless, actually, and certainly good enough. Nicely done, Katie, and Happy New Year to everyone!

USATF Indoor 5km Racewalk Championship
At the Upstate NY Holiday Classic
Rochester Institute of Technology
Henrietta, NY
Saturday, December 30, 2017
4. Katie Miale 26:11
1:00, 1:59 (59), 3:03 (64), 4:03 (60), 5:05 (62)
6:07 (62), 7:09 (62), 8:10 (61), 9:12 (62), 10:16 (64)
11:18 (62), 12:20 (62), 13:23 (61), 14:26 (63), 15:32 (66)
16:37 (65), 17:42 (65), 18:43 (61), 19:47 (64), 20:51 (64)
21:54 (63), 22:59 (65), 24:06 (67), 25:09 (62), 26:11 (62)
Kilometer splits: 5:05, 5:11, 5:16, 5:19, 5:20

Winter foxes

Thanks to Marist Running Alum Mike Holinko for sending this wintry run photo after running with freshman Gianna Tedeschi. Hink was Gianna's coach in high school in New Jersey and they run together during school breaks. Go Foxes.

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Winter (break) training: Tino and friends

As I was just wrapping up this flurry of year-end posts this morning, I got this picture and text from Marist Running Alum Mark Valentino: "Ate up 9 tasty miles this AM with a great red fox squad!" From left: Mr. and Mrs. Posch, Tino, senior captain Dietrich Mosel. Awesome.

Winter break training: Old man in the sun

Got this photo and text from Shea Bohan last week: “75 degrees here in South Carolina for my workout and this guy did 6x400 during it!” “This guy,” of course, is our good pal and former teammate Ken Bohan, who also happens to be Shea’s dad! Sunshine and 75 sounds pretty good right now … 

In other news! Other winter break training photos are welcome. Email or text. Stay warm out there in this bitter cold. 

Winter break training: Soft surfaces in NJ

Thanks to Kennedy for sending me this photo of him and Henderson after a nice 12-miler over the weekend at Manasquan Reservoir in New Jersey. As Kennedy wrote: “It's a nice park close to the both of us with a perfect 5 mile soft surface loop around a lake.” Very neat.

Another Christmas miracle

Thanks to Most Loyal Alum and Blog Follower Marty McGowan for responding to my Christmas story post with one of his own from Christmas Day on Staten Island:

Here's our Christmas miracle from yesterday, Annie's mom Frances talking to her grandson Marc Alfano via Skype. Marc works for the US Foreign Service in Eretria, Africa. We were able to connect with him about 3 pm our time, 10 pm his time. None of this was possible when I graduated in 1973, for sure. Enjoy and Merry Christmas!”  


Marty’s mother-in-law turned 100 on July 1, 2017. Did she enjoy the holidays? Here’s what Marty sent in a follow-up email: “You wouldn't believe all the cookies and chocolate  she consumed the past few days! She has to use the walker because of a knee problem, but her legs are still strong. Frances never drove a car, but walked all over the place here on Staten Island. Just ask her how she used to walk around Silver Lake Reservoir with her girlfriends back in the day. She is an inspiration.”

Oldest and youngest

We were out for another family dinner in NJ last night, and our youngest son James was sitting next to my mother, and we realized this was the youngest and the oldest of our family. Pretty neat. 

Winter’s here: Ice/gray beard

One of the problems of growing old: When ice on your beard is undetectable due to blending in with rapidly graying facial hair. Such was the case on a hilly, pre-dawn 6-mile run with Davey O this morning. He was laughing at my facial icicles so he snapped this photo. This is a problem I can deal with, as long as I am still blessed to be able to run hills with Davey O in the pre-dawn darkness. Merry Fitness. 

Winter break entertainment: Shows and books

As many of you know, I’m a pop culture illiterate. I rarely watch TV or go to the movies. My main form of “entertainment” is reading the New York Times and an occasional non-fiction book. This made for good fun during my Public Presentations class this fall as the young college students marveled at my lack of knowledge of music artists, movie stars, movies, TV shows, and pretty much anything else related to pop culture. Thanks to my young and maturity challenged 12-year-old son James, however, I have been exposed to two “shows” that I like a lot: 1. Dude Perfect videos on YouTube. 2. Impractical Jokers on TruTV. The first is a group of young guys who have struck it rich by making really cool videos of trick shots and other sports-related fun stuff. The second is a pretty hilarious show featuring four New York area guys pulling candid camera jokes on unsuspecting regular folks … and themselves. Both are laugh-out-loud funny and have actually gotten me to sit down and watch a screen for more than a few minutes.

Regarding books, this past week I tore through two books in rapid-fire succession: “Stranger in the Woods” and “Lead … for God’s Sake.” The “Lead” book was loaned out by Marist women’s basketball coach Brian Giorgis. It’s must reading for any coach or athlete of a team sport. The story is told in parable form and the message is strong and powerful, albeit a bit redundant – the book could have easily been shortened by 100 pages and been just as effective. It’s a quick read. The “Stranger” book was truly phenomenal, a story about a guy who lived in the woods of central Maine for more than 25 years without human contact. The subtitle is “The extraordinary story of the last true hermit.” The book was extremely well reported and written, another quick read and I definitely recommend it.

Blog stats: Closing in on a million views

It started with a very short post, not creatively entitled “Hello Men!”: Welcome to the TEAM BLOG. Check it frequently for team updates, news, notes, practice information, splits, etc. coach pete

More than 10 years and a few thousand posts later, this blog is closing in on 1 million page views. Is that impressive? I’m not sure and it really doesn’t matter as the number of clicks we get is just a mild curiosity rather than an important metric – it’s not like I make MONEY on this thing, anyway. So … how do we commemorate the upcoming 1 millionth page view? I dunno. How about by just being aware of it with this post? That’s good enough for me.

Monday, December 25, 2017

A Christmas story, circa 2017

My nephew Doug proposed to his longtime girlfriend Heather on Friday night, in Brooklyn. She said YES! This is exciting news for our family, though not totally unexpected given they have been a boyfriend/girlfriend couple for more than five years and they live together out in San Francisco, where he has a great job with a Really Famous Company That You Have Definitely Heard Of (And Probably Even Ordered Stuff From, For Sure!). They’ve been out there for close to two years, so we only get to see them a few times a year. The excitement of their engagement has spread throughout the family, especially my mother, who eagerly anticipates her first grandchild wedding – not to mention, God willing, the arrival of her first great-grandchild, whenever that might be, if she is hopefully still around to witness such a blessing.

On Saturday night down in New Jersey, we had a partial family gathering to celebrate this occasion. We’re simple folks, and my mom isn’t all that mobile, so the celebration was a dinner at a local Friendly’s. En route to the restaurant, my mom shared with me a story that I had never heard before, about how my father proposed to her – 63 years ago on Christmas Eve. How this story slipped through the cracks of our family lore is beyond me. I’m certain none of us had heard it, and I’m certain my mother’s memory is intact when it comes to these things. In fact, since my father died in May of 2016, my mother has been unpacking the memories of their more than 60 years together with beautifully told stories, and a few tears to go with them. Such was the case with the engagement story.

My grandmother, my father’s mother, after whom our daughter Natalie was named, was a Christmas Baby – born at 2 a.m. on Christmas morning (the year of her birth remained a mystery until her death in 1986, and to this day is still shrouded in uncertainty). In any case, the family tradition was to toast the birth of Christ and the birth of my grandmother simultaneously. At 2 a.m. This tradition carried on through my childhood, as we had big family gatherings on Christmas Eve, which spilled late into the night for that 2 a.m. toast, amid much food, wine, walnuts and plenty of second-hand smoke. In December 1954, my mother had been dating my father for about 8 months – things moved fast back then! – and she was over his family’s house on Seymour Avenue in the Bronx on Christmas Eve/Christmas Day to toast her future mother-in-law. Everyone was there. The toast was made; my mother sipped her champagne. My father urged her to sip some more; she did. Sip some more, he implored! Hmmm, she thought, this champagne glass is dirty and stained at the bottom, I shouldn’t say anything? It wasn’t dirty. There was an engagement ring floating in the bottom of it. And that’s how my parents got engaged! Pretty neat story. Who knew?

So my mother was pleased to see the Christmastime engagement tradition rekindled, a few generations and many decades later, with her grandson. Upon arriving back at her room in the assisted living facility, Doug unveiled a special gift for his Nana, something he helped to develop at his Job At The Famous Company. An Amazon Echo Show, so that my mom, who has failing eyesight, can make voice activated calls and listen to music and ask questions of her mysterious new friend named Alexa. Doug did the setup and programmed it; she called me this morning on it, by saying, “Alexa, call Peter.” Thrilling. My 85-year-old mother has joined the 21st Century. While setting it up, we showed her how Alexa can play any song you could think of. This led to some funny moments as my mother, whose native tongue is Italian, struggled with this. Her wedding song was “Three Coins in the Fountain.” Tell Alexa to play this, we urged!

Mom: “Electra, play Three Coins …”
All of us: No no no, it’s A-lex-a! With an “x”
Mom: “Oh, oh, OK. Alexi, play Three Coins …”
All of us: AlexA. With an “a”
Mom: “Alexa, play Three Coins …

And within seconds, magically, the little electronic cylinder was piping out a crooning Frank Sinatra, playing my parents’ wedding song. My mother sang along, remembering every word, and crying at this magical gift that she cannot possibly fathom.

Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night.

Christmas 2017: A truly "neat" gift

As many of you know, "maturity" is not my strong suit. I pepper my sentences with "nicely done!" and "in other news!" and "I will say THIS!" and "2:thirsty" instead of 2:30 and of course, the ubiquitous "neat." Well, here on Christmas morning, my oldest son Joey decided to immortalize my immaturity with this incredibly awesome hat, one that surely violates some trademark laws -- unless, of course, we can get THIS trademarked too?! Merry Christmas, everyone.

Sunday, December 17, 2017

No "break" from training

Thanks to Rizzo for sharing this awesome photo of several men who got together for a long run out in LaGrange this morning. We might be on winter intersession break, but there is nary a break in training. These guys know it, as do all our athletes. Be Better happens every day, not just when school's in session. From left: Rizz, Stack, CSG, Morrison, Spencer. Neat.

Half and half: Lizzy's November adventure!

Thanks to Marist Running Alum Lizzy Peper for sharing her "peppy post" about two half marathons that she did in one week in late November -- Vegas and Philly. Vegas didn't go so well, but she learned a valuable lesson there and applied it incredibly well at Philly, where she ran an inspired PR time for the half marathon, with several of her favorite Marist people along with her. Very neat!

Here's the link to her awesome blog post, from her awesome blog.

Friday, December 15, 2017

Farewell, Mike Francesa

Today marks the end of an era, one that has spanned pretty much my entire adult, professional life – since the late 1980s. Mike Francesa signs off from Sports Radio WFAN in New York City for the last time. No more #backaftuhdis. No more “first-time, long-time” callers. No more vintage, Rage Monster rants about … whatevuh. Mike’s On … no more.

I’ll admit to being depressed over this news. I never once called into his show, never even considered dialing the toll-free line to talk to the man they call the Sports Pope. He has said that a small fraction of the listening audience, like 1 percent, actually calls in. The rest of us, the silent followers, have been listening intently for the past several decades. Afternoons won’t be the same, listening to Mike’s very distinctive, New Yawk voice. Was he nasty and dismissive with callers? Yes. Does he have an oversized ego? You bet. Is he as good as it gets on the radio, the gold standard by which all others are measured, creating a genre that did not exist before he started? Yes, yes, yes.

Here’s the great contradiction that is Mike Francesa: He can be a self-centered, bloviating, arrogant talk-show host. Most folks who sit behind a microphone for 5.5 hours a day, week after week, year after year, tend to be that way. But what I have always loved about Mike is that his show is not about him. Oh sure, he name-drops all the time. But he keeps the show true about sports, and nothing but sports.

Here’s how Daily News TV/radio columnist Bob Raissman, who I believe first dubbed Francesa the Sports Pope, put it: “In a time when Gasbags fill the air with ancillary babble, talking about themselves while laughing hysterically at their own lame observations, Francesa was Francesa, sticking with what kept him the undisputed king of local sports talk.”

Oh gosh, could he repeat himself. If there was an important point worth making, Mike would make it. Over and over and ovuh. But, this was true, old-school radio. You never know who is just getting into his car for the first time. Same with his interviews, which all – even those who don’t like him, and there are many – can agree is one of his strong points. When he is interviewing someone, he always reminds the listeners who he is interviewing. Few if any interviewers do that anymore. Again, old-school radio: You never know who is tuning in, during the interview.

His voice was my constant companion in the afternoon, driving around the Tri-State area. I’ve never met him, but I feel like I know him really well. His voice has been in my head, in my car, forever. The past few years, his show, his voice, kept me company as I drove endlessly to and from New Jersey to care for my ailing parents. Listening to his show was a soothing, constant distraction during the weeks and months before my father passed away. It kept my mind off things; mumbling to the dashboard about what he was talking about … it got me through those drives.

Similarly, when I was laid up in bed after hip/leg surgery back in 2015, I propped up my laptop with his show playing, as I drifted in and out of the pain-induced fog. My family knows now that when I am home, sitting in my driveway in the car, in the afternoon, it’s because I am finishing up listening to an interview, a caller, a segment on … whatever. I wanted to listen. I needed to listen. Life was on hold; I would wait till the commercial to go inside.

He has been the soundtrack of our lives, mostly male sports fans, through varying stages of our lives. Callers lately have been telling him how they first started listening to him in the back seat of the car, driving around with their dads. Now, they are dads, and their kids are listening to him. Callers have talked about how they have been stuck in LIE traffic for hours at a time, listening to him; how they went from doing term papers in college, to changing diapers, to driving their kids around, to commuting home from work – all the time, with 660 AM on the dial, the know-it-all Sports Pope droning on in the background. He’s always been there for us – more hours than any other talk show out there. He made a lot of money, but he earned every penny. I didn’t always agree with him, but I always respected his opinion, and I always looked forward to his take on anything – and that includes non-sporting events. He talked about how sports is the Toy Store, the distraction from the rest of the real world. But when the real world came crashing in – 9/11, Sandy Hook, 2016 presidential election – there was Mike to talk about it and make some sense of it all for us.

Lisa from Whitestone, a rare woman who was a regular caller to the show, said on the last show this afternoon: “There’s a poignancy that is palpable today,” and she pointed out that his departure will leave a “glaring void” in our afternoons. So true! Thanks for the memories, Mike. We’ll miss you – all of us, even Pete from Hyde Park, who never called in but always, always was listening. Afternoons will be a lot quieter in my car, and for so many other loyal fans.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Marist XC: Circa 1986

Another "empty the vault" post ... saw this vintage photo on Facebook of the women's XC team, circa 1986. I believe this was the second year of the women's XC program, because if memory serves correctly the first season of competition was in the fall of 1985. Front and center is a young coach named Debbie Bell -- she is now Deb DiCaprio, the vice president for student affairs at Marist, and a good friend of our program.

Boys will be boys

As I continue to empty the vault on posts for 2017, here's a photo from a few weeks ago in the gray gym (which, by the way, will be getting torn down in June 2018 ... more on that in the future?), of a smattering of our men's XC/distance team with two 12-year-old boys who stopped by to play some hoops with our team. Alert followers of the blog and the program know how much I despise the idea of our athletes playing basketball. In this case, we made an exception. The youngster on the left is Eamonn, an athletic and energetic 6th grader who has cystic fibrosis (CF), the same medical condition that sophomore sprinter Santosh "Tosh" Krishnan manages with success as a dedicated athlete on our team. Anyway, Eamonn is a "friend of a friend" who suggested a meeting with Tosh, after she read the wonderful profile piece on him in Marist Magazine this summer. We have sort of "adopted" him as one of our own, and we look forward to future fun outings with him. So yeah. For one day, anyway, basketball was allowed.

Last laps: Josh's final relay

One final coda to early graduating senior Josh Siegel (left): Here's a picture of the final 4x400 relay he ran on, with his young teammates Hawker, Hogue and Tosh. We will miss Josh. No. Really. We will!

Friday, December 8, 2017

Wagner Seahawk Shootout: Danisha demolishes 300 dash record!

We were so happy and proud of senior captain Danisha Craig's awesome school record in the 300 dash on Friday afternoon. She blew away the previous mark of 42.56, set most recently by Ashley Haynes at this same meet last December. Her time of 41.20 seconds establishes an extremely strong mark for future sprinters to chase, in a rarely run event. Danisha was nervous before the race, because she hadn't run this event since high school. In truth, it's the perfect mix of the 400 strength and 200 speed that she has, and she went out there and proved it in a big way. Nicely done, D!

Wagner Seahawk Shootout
Friday, December 8, 2017
Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
300-meter dash
8. Danisha Craig 41.20 *school record, old record 42.56, Ashley Haynes (2016)/Holly Burns (2010)


Wagner Seahawk Shootout: Women's results

Wagner Seahawk Shootout
Friday, December 8, 2017
Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
Women’s results
60-meter dash
20. Lauren Adams 8.35
300-meter dash
8. Danisha Craig 41.20 *school record, old record 42.56 by Ashley Haynes (2016) and Holly Burns (2010)
18. Lauren Adams 44.63

Wagner Seahawk Shootout: Men's results and splits

A small crew and a good work day, with some solid performances. Of note was Andrew Whitney's solid debut in the 1,000, Alex Hogue's insane triple (mile, 1,000, 4x400) and a mile/3k double from Spencer Johnson. On to 2018!

Wagner Seahawk Shootout
Friday, December 8, 2017
Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex
Men’s results and splits
300-meter dash
58. Santosh Krishnan 39.38
600-meter dash
11. Josh Siegel 1:24.93
25.9, 55.2 (29.4), 1:24.93 (29.73)
15. Matt Hawker 1:25.69
25.2, 54.2 (29.0), 1:25.69 (31.59)
1,000-meter run
3. Andrew Whitney 2:34.39
29, 60 (31), 1:31 (31), 2:02 (31), 2:34.39 (32.39)
5. Alex Hogue 2:41.13
31, 63 (32), 1:36 (33), 2:09 (33), 2:41.13 (32.13)
Mile run
6. Spencer Johnson 4:31.37
32, 67 (35), 1:38 (31), 2:13 935), 2:47 (34), 3:22 (35), 3:56 (34), 4:31.37 (35.37)
7. Alex Hogue 4:31.87
33, 65 (32), 1:37 (32), 2:11 (34), 2:45 (34), 3:20 (35), 3:55 (35), 4:31.87 (36.87)
9. Eamonn Beers 4:36.23
32, 66 (34), 1:37 (31), 2:12 (35), 2:47 (35), 3:23 (36), 3:58 (35), 4:36.23 (38.23)
3,000-meter run
6. Spencer Johnson 9:02.18
34, 71 (37), 1:45 (34), 2:21 (36), 2:59 (38)
3:36 (37), 4:14 (36), 4:49 (35), 5:26 (37), 6:01 (35)
6:37 (36), 7:13 (36), 7:50 (37), 8:26 (36), 9:02.18 (36.18)
Kilometer splits: 2:59, 3:02, 3:01.18
7. Conor Stack 9:03.62
35, 71 (36), 1:47 (36), 2:24 (37), 3:00 (36)
3:36 (36), 4:13 (37), 4:49 (36), 5:27 (38), 6:03 (36)
6:40 (37), 7:18 (38), 7:54 (36), 8:32 (38), 9:03.62 (31.62)
Kilometer splits: 3:00, 3:03, 3:00.62
8. Connor Levins 9:04.20
34, 70 (36), 1:45 (35), 2:21 (36), 2:57 (36)
3:34 (37), 4:10 (36), 4:46 (36), 5:23 (36), 6:00 (37)
6:37 (37), 7:15 (38), 7:53 (38), 8:31 (38), 9:04.20 (33.20)
Kilometer splits: 2:57, 3:03, 3:04.20
15. Brian Edsall 9:31.04
37, 77 (40), 1:55 (38), 2:32 (37), 3:09 (37)
3:46 (37), 4:25 (39), 5:02 (37), 5:41 (39), 6:19 (38)
6:58 (39), 7:37 (39), 8:15 (38), 8:54 (39), 9:31.04 (37.04)
Kilometer splits: 3:09, 3:10, 3:12.04
16. Will Duggan 9:32.09
37, 77 (40), 1:55 (38), 2:32 (37), 3:10 (38)
3:48 (38), 4:26 (38), 5:05 (39), 5:43 (38), 6:22 (39)
7:01 (39), 7:39 (38), 8:18 (39), 8:56 (38), 9:32.09 (36.09)
Kilometer splits: 3:10, 3:12, 3:10.09
1,600-meter relay
15. Marist (Santosh Krishnan 57.0, Josh Siegel 52.7, Matthew Hawker 52.9, Alex Hogue 56.0) 3:38.69