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2018 NAVY TRACK & FIELD MEDIA GUIDE


2018 TRACK & FIELD

Table of Contents / Schedule / Quick Facts Table of Contents

General Information Head Coach Jamie Cook Assistant Coaches / Support Staff 2017-18 Roster – Men 2017-18 Roster – Women Midshipmen Bios – Men Midshipmen Bios – Women 2017-18 Season in Review All-Time Records Army-Navy History All-Time Achievements All-Time Captains Wesley A. Brown Field House Ingram Field The Patriot League

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General Information

Location Annapolis, Md. Founded October 10, 1845 Enrollment 4,400 Superintendent Vice Adm. Walter “Ted” Carter, USN Athletics Director Chet Gladchuk Nickname Midshipmen or Mids Colors Navy Blue and Gold Conference Patriot League Home Indoor Facility Wesley A. Brown Field House Home Outdoor Facility Ingram Field Athletics Web Site www.navysports.com

Coaching Staff

Director of Navy Track & Field Alma Mater Office Phone Email Head Women’s Coach Alma Mater Office Phone Email Associate Head Men’s Coach Alma Mater Office Phone Email Assistant Coach Alma Mater Office Phone Email Assistant Coach Alma Mater Office Phone Email Assistant Coach Alma Mater Office Phone Email Director of Operations Alma Mater Email

Sports Information

Track & Field Contact Office Phone Email Mailing Address

Jamie Cook Penn State ‘99 (410) 293-5568 jcook@usna.edu Carla Criste Penn State ‘86 (410) 293-5580 criste@usna.edu Chris Campbell U.S. Naval Academy ‘89 (410) 293-5575 campbelc@usna.edu Al Cantello La Salle ‘55 (410) 293-5574 cantello@usna.edu Karen Boyle Bowling Green ‘79 (410) 293-5579 boyle@usna.edu Steven Sarigiannis UNC Wilmington ‘99 (410) 293-5578 sarigian@usna.edu Andrea Sabbatine Louisville ‘10 sabbatin@usna.edu

Chris Whitehead (410) 293-8774 cwhitehe@usna.edu 566 Brownson Road Annapolis, MD 21402

2017-18 Navy Men’s Track & Field Schedule Indoor

Date Saturday Tuesday Saturday Saturday Friday-Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Thursday Friday-Saturday Saturday-Sunday Friday-Sunday Friday-Saturday

Outdoor

Date Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Friday-Saturday Friday-Saturday Thursday-Saturday Friday-Saturday Friday-Sunday Thursday-Saturday Wednesday-Saturday

Date Opponent Dec. 2 Navy Invitational Dec. 5 Navy Lid Lifter (Women’s Meet) Jan. 6 vs. Princeton (Men’s Meet) Jan. 6 Father Diamond Invitational (Women’s Meet) Jan. 12-13 Navy Invitational / Multis Jan. 20 Maryland Terrapin Invitational Jan. 27 Wesley Brown Invitational Feb. 3 vs. Army Feb. 8 Navy Multi Mix (Women’s Meet) Feb. 9-10 Spire Invitational Feb. 17-18 Patriot League Championships March 2-4 IC4A / ECAC Championships March 9-10 NCAA Championships

Date Opponent March 10 San Diego College Challenge March 17 Point Loma Invitational March 24 William & Mary Invitational March 31 Navy Spring Invitational April 7 at Army April 14 George Mason Invitational April 20-21 Virginia Challenge / Multis April 20-21 Larry Ellis Invitational April 26-28 Penn Relays May 4-5 Patriot League Championships May 11-13 IC4A / ECAC Championships May 24-26 NCAA East Preliminaries June 6-9 NCAA Championships

Location Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Fairfax, Va. Annapolis, Md. Largo, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Geneva, Ohio Lewisburg, Pa. Boston, Mass. College Station, Texas

Location San Diego, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Williamsburg, Va. Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y. Fairfax, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Princeton, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. Easton, Pa. Princeton, N.J. Tampa, Fla. Eugene, Ore.

Indoor home meets held at Wesley A. Brown Field House | Outdoor home meets held at Ingram Field

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Media Guide Credits

The 2017-18 Navy track and field media guide was written and edited by Chris Whitehead. Cover design and template was created by Mark Leddy and the Navy Sports Information staff. Photography was provided by Phil Hoffmann and the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau. The Navy Sports Information staff extends its thanks to all Patriot League and opponent sports information offices and all members of past staffs that have assisted in compiling information that is an integral part of this guide. Any corrections or additions to the publication are welcome and should be directed via e-mail to cwhitehe@usna.edu.

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Jamie Cook

Director of Track and Field | Penn State ‘99 | 1st Year at Navy Naval Academy Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk announced the hiring of coaching veteran Jamie Cook as the Director of Navy Track and Field for both the men’s and women’s programs in July of 2017. Cook joins the Naval Academy after an impressive career as an assistant coach at both Penn and Oregon, where he coached Olympians, National Champions and All-Americans.

“Thank you to Chet Gladchuk and the entire administration for having faith in my ability to help build our nation’s next leaders,” Cook added. “I look forward to the challenge and hope to continue building on the legacy which the previous coaches have established. Stephen Cooksey is an icon in our sport and someone who I have admired for a very long time. His tradition of winning speaks for itself. Working alongside a highly respected and distinguished coaching staff with their 100+ years of service at Navy will be a privilege as I learn the inner workings of what it takes to succeed in Annapolis. It is my objective that our student-athletes work to find the right “I am extremely honored and excited to be given the opportunity to balance between education, training, and competition before they become represent the Naval Academy as the Director of Track and Field,” Cook said. commissioned officers.” “My family and I are happy to be back on the East Coast and I can’t wait to become part of the community in and around Annapolis. There is tremendous Cook is a 17-year veteran of coaching, serving most recently as assistant history in the program and I welcome the responsibility which has been coach for seven years at the University of Oregon and 10 years prior at entrusted in me to help educate, motivate and support our student-athletes the University of Pennsylvania. During his coaching tenure, he has worked and staff moving forward.” directly with sprinters, jumpers, hurdlers, pole vaulters, multi-eventers and relays. While at Oregon, he oversaw the combined events as well as high “It has been a great challenge to hire a person to fill the shoes of Stephen jump, pole vault, and men’s hurdles. In addition, Cook served as the recruiting Cooksey, who has meant so much to our midshipmen and the Academy,” coordinator which saw the Ducks continually being recognized as No. 1 Gladchuk said. “He has been an educator, a mentor, a coach, a leader and recruiting class in the country. a role model to everyone in our profession. Steve has been the bar to which every coach, teacher and administrator has been measured. I could never In conjunction with his coaching duties, he has developed training programs thank him enough for what he has meant to the Naval Academy. with an emphasis on speed development that have been used by Olympians, as well as players from the NFL, Major League Baseball, and English Premier “As we move forward and use this opportunity to reorganize, it makes Soccer League. Cook is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist sense to bring in a proven professional who will lend extraordinary coaching through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. and leadership to both the men’s and women’s programs,” Gladchuk added. “Jamie Cook has all the credentials, experience and determination to ensure Cook has directly worked with several athletes in the Olympic Trials and Navy track and field remains a premiere program in the League and our Olympic Games, including a pair of finalists in the 2016 Rio Olympics -- Devon region.” Allen (United States) and Johnathan Cabral (Canada), who finished fifth and sixth in the 110-meter high hurdles, respectively. Allen was a three-time “Jamie is a passionate leader with a great love for the sport and the NCAA Champion in the hurdles and posted the second fastest time in NCAA student-athlete experience,” said Rob Mullens, University of Oregon Director history, winning the 2016 Olympic Trials in the 110m hurdles with of time of Athletics. “During his time at Oregon, we enjoyed unprecedented success, of 13.03. Cabral was the 2016 and 2017 Canadian 110m hurdles champion. including many national championships and Olympians. He has been a part of Cook will coach Allen and Cabral at the 2017 International Association of an incredible run by the Oregon Ducks. He has coached athletes at the highest Athletics Federation (IAAF) World Championships in London on August 6-7. level and played an important role in their development into championship caliber athletes. He is extremely passionate about the sport and the studentathlete experience and that will provide outstanding leadership for the midshipmen at the Naval Academy.”

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Off the track, Cook played a key role in Penn’s track and field alumni In his seven years at Oregon, Cook guided athletes to 27 All-America honors, 18 individual conference titles and six individual NCAA Championships. He relations, which helped lead to the establishment of a $1,000,000 assisted on all 15 of the Duck’s men’s and women’s NCAA titles in the men’s endowment in 2003 and saw an annual fundraising total of $250,000 in and women’s track and field program. His athletes also played a substantial 2010. role on the conference level, where the Ducks were undefeated -- sweeping Prior to joining the Quakers’ staff, Cook was a three-time All-American in seven men’s and women’s Pac 12 titles -- during his tenure. the decathlon for Penn State from 1995-98, where he was also a Big Ten, Cook developed six-time All-American Dakotah Keys into one of Oregon’s IC4A, and Penn Relays champion in the multi-events during his collegiate all-time greatest decathletes. The three-time Pac-12 decathlon champion career. finished fourth in the heptathlon at the 2014 NCAA Indoor Championships Additionally, Cook was honored as a three-time Academic All-American and third in the decathlon at the 2014 and 2015 Outdoor Championships. Keys, a four-time NCAA outdoor qualifier, was joined by Mitch Modin and Joe while competing for the Nittany Lions. He was a 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials Delgado at the 2015 championships, where Oregon was awarded the Webb competitor in the decathlon, and competed in six USA Track & Field combined events (decathlon / indoor heptathlon) from 2002-05. He also represented the Cup for the nation’s top decathlon program. United States versus Germany in the Decathlon Duel of 2003. His personal Cook also worked with Brianne Theisen, who swept the NCAA indoor best in the decathlon of 7,853 points came during his 2004 Olympic Trials pentathlon and outdoor heptathlon titles in 2011 and 2012. In 2012, she year. set the collegiate and Canadian record in the pentathlon (4,555 points) and Cook graduated from Penn State with a degree in kinesiology in 1999 set the NCAA meet record with 6,440 points in the heptathlon, the secondbest score in collegiate history, before going on to the London Olympics to and then in 2006, completed his work in the executive education program at Penn’s Wharton School of Business with a concentration in finance / represent Team Canada. accounting. Prior to Oregon, Cook was the top men’s assistant coach at the University Cook and his wife Kristin are the parents of two children, son, Calvin, and of Pennsylvania from 2001-10. During his tenure with the Quakers, Cook coached 64 Ivy League champions, oversaw seven school records, and daughter, Sara. helped Penn capture a pair of team titles (2001, 2002). The Quakers placed 11th at the 2003 NCAA Championships. He was also the combined events coordinator for the prestigious Penn Relays for 10 years.

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Chris Campbell

Associate Men’s Head Coach | Throws | 11th Year at Navy | U.S. Naval Academy ‘89 Chris Campbell has been a member of the Navy men’s track and field coaching staff since 2008, working primarily with the throwers. In 2017, the 1989 Academy graduate was promoted to associate head coach.

Campbell completed his military obligation as an Operations Officer at Naval Station Annapolis and achieved the rank of Lieutenant before resigning from the Navy in 1995. While completing his military obligation, he served as a volunteer coach at Navy while completing an M.S. in Education at Johns Hopkins University.

During his tenure, Campbell has helped the Midshipmen to a 13-7 (.650) overall record in the Army-Navy Star Series, leading his throwers to a 14-2-4 (.875) mark throwing competitions.

Campbell’s second coaching stop came at Ball State University, where he served as field events coach for the Cardinals program from 1996-99. During his tenure, Campbell directed student-athletes to NCAA qualifying marks in the hammer throw and high jump, four school records, and a Mid-American Conference hammer throw championship. In addition, he helped lead the 1998 Ball State women’s squad to both the Indoor and Outdoor MAC team titles.

In addition, Campbell has helped the men’s track and field team to 12 Patriot League Championships. Navy won the Patriot League Indoor Championships in 2008, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017, while claiming the Outdoor Championships in 2008, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. Since Campbell joined the coaching staff, the Midshipmen have swept the indoor and outdoor league crowns four times (2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017). During the 2015-16 season, Campbell coached Jay Stell (’16) to his second First Team USTFCCCA All-America honor as Stell placed sixth in the javelin at the 2016 NCAA Outdoor Championship. Stell improved at each big event as he set the program record at the NCAA East Regionals with a third-place throw of 234-1. He then went on to cap off his career with a sixthplace program record-breaking throw of 242-2 at the NCAA Championship. Campbell watched Navy throwers dominate during the 2013-14 season. Campbell guided Stell to a First Team USTFCCCA All-America laurel by finishing third in the javelin at the NCAA Outdoor Championship. Stell also placed fourth at the NCAA’s East Regional Championship, won the Patriot League title and set a new school record in the event. Stell became Campbell’s second All-American and first since Zack Duncavage (’14) in 2013 at Navy. Campbell led the Navy throwers to a banner year in 2011-12. Campbell helped Duncavage earn All-America Second-Team honors by placing 16th in the discus at the NCAA Outdoor Championship. Duncavage also placed seventh in the discus at the NCAA’s East Regional Championship, won the Patriot League title and set a new school record in the event. Duncavage became Campbell’s first All-American while at Navy. Also in 2011-12, Miles Snelgrove won the javelin at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship, placed fifth at the IC4A Championship to earn All-East honors and claimed 18th-place at the NCAA’s East Regional Championship. Chris Ricks also earned IC4A All-East honors in the hammer throw and Chris Boniwell won the Patriot League shot put title. Campbell’s throwers won the indoor league weight throw and the outdoor shot put during the 2010-11 season and Duncavage qualified for the NCAA East Regional in the discus. In both 2008 and 2009, Navy throwers have earned Field-Athlete-of-the-Meet honors at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship, with team captain and Academic All-American Mark Van Orden (’09) sweeping the conference’s hammer and weight throw titles to earn the distinction in 2009. Van Orden won two league titles as a senior and was named to the ESPN The Magazine/ CoSIDA Academic All-American First Team. Campbell, himself, was a four-year letterwinner on the Midshipmen track and field team. A javelin thrower and former school record holder, he was elected team captain his senior year. Upon graduation, Campbell was assigned to the San Diego-based naval warship, USS COPELAND, which completed CARAT operations during Desert Storm and counter-narcotic operations off the coast of Central America in 1993.

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Following his three-year stint at Ball State, Campbell spent six seasons at Fresno State, including two as the associate head coach. There he mentored All-Americans in the decathlon, javelin and shot put, while helping the women’s team to the 2005 California-Nevada Coaches Association Team Championship, and the Bulldog men to the same title in 2000. The women’s squad also captured the WAC title in 2002, its first conference championship in 10 years. Campbell also held the role of recruiting coordinator while at Fresno State, inking several bluechip athletes, including the nation’s top-ranked high school javelin thrower in 2003. Additionally, he served as Vice President of the California-Nevada Coaches Association and as Men’s and Women’s Development Chairperson for the Central Valley Chapter of USA Track and Field. While there, he also completed a Master of Arts in Kinesiology in 2003. Prior to Navy, Campbell served as an assistant for the combined men’s and women’s program at Michigan State. Working primarily with the throwers and multi-event athletes, he tutored nine Spartans to 16 scoring positions at the Big Ten Championships, four NCAA regional qualifying marks, a pair of NCAA provisional marks in the women’s pentathlon and heptathlon, and four school records. In addition to his coaching duties, Campbell served as assistant meet director for the 2006 Big Ten Outdoor Track and Field Championships and directed the 30-team Spartan Invitational. Campbell has mentored a total of four NCAA All-Americans (2 discus, 2 javelin), one junior national All-American, one junior Pan-American Championship competitor, 27 NCAA Championship qualifiers (shot, discus, hammer, javelin), three Intercollegiate Association for Amateur Athletes of America (IC4A) champions, 31 All-East IC4A performers, 32 Patriot League champions, and two Patriot League Field Athletes of the Meet (Outdoor). In addition, Campbell has mentored two NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship winners and two Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year. Campbell has also completed USATF Coaching Education Schools through Level III and has been a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist since 1996. He served as president of the IC4A in 2013 and was a member of the USTFCCCA Ethics Committee from 2008-10. Campbell and his wife, Julie, and son, Mark, reside in Annapolis.


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Carla Criste

Head Women’s Coach | 27th Year at Navy | Penn State ‘86 Carla Criste will enter her 27th season as Navy’s head women’s track and field coach in 2017-18. Criste is one of the Academy’s most successful and consistent coaches. Under Criste’s guidance, Navy has defeated Army in 14 of the last 18 indoor/outdoor Star Meets. Overall, Criste is 3118-1 against Army and is an impressive 19-5 against the Black Knights in the last 12 years. Criste has led Navy to an outstanding dual-scored meet record of 342-54-1 (.860) during her tenure and the team has posted a 156-7 (.978) record and four undefeated seasons since the beginning of the 2005-06 season. In addition to its regular season successes, Navy has also stepped up at the postseason championship level, claiming five Patriot League titles since 2001 and posting five top-20 efforts at the ECAC Championship over the last nine seasons. In 2011-12, Navy swept Army in the indoor and outdoor Star Meet for the fourth straight year, won the 2012 Patriot League Outdoor Championship and Jess Palacio earned Navy’s first Division I Indoor Track and Field All-America accolade after placing 16th in the mile at the NCAA Championship. Criste earned her fifth career Patriot League Coach of the Year award after leading Navy to the league outdoor title. The Mids rallied from a fifth-place standing on the final day of competition to win the team title, taking four individual titles and eight runner-up finishes to place 23 points ahead of second-place Bucknell. Navy was also the runner-up at the Patriot League Indoor Championship. In addition to Palacio competing at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championship, the Mids sent three athletes to the NCAA’s East Regional Outdoor Championship. Navy also had five ECAC All-East performers (two indoor and three outdoor). In 2010-11, Criste led Navy to the indoor Patriot League Championship in 2010-11 and was named the Patriot League Coach of the Year. Navy also swept the indoor/outdoor Star Meet series with Army for the third straight season. Navy blew away Army, 129-73, at the outdoor Star Meet for its largest margin of victory ever over its rival. The Midshipmen would post their second-straight undefeated year in 2009-10. The indoor team was 10-0 in dual-scored meets and the outdoor team was 3-0. It was also the second straight year that the women’s track team won both the indoor and outdoor N-Star meets and the ninth sweep overall. Criste also earned her second straight Patriot League Indoor Coach of the Year award. At the helm in 2008-09, Criste guided the Mids to one of their most memorable seasons in program history. After being picked to finish fourth in the Patriot League’s preseason poll, Navy rode its distance corps and a spirited underclassmen group to the program’s second indoor track championship. For her efforts, Criste was named the Patriot League Coach of the Year for the second time in her career.

In addition to her team’s performance on the track, Criste’s student-athletes have also done their part in the classroom. Navy produced both the Patriot League’s Indoor and Outdoor Track Scholar-Athletes of the Year in three-consecutive years, with distance standout Erica Ziel claiming the honor during both the winter and spring slates during the 2008-09 season. Before Ziel, it was Vicki Moore, the Class of 2008 Valedictorian with a perfect 4.00 GPA, who was named the conference’s top track student-athlete in 2007-08. The year prior, Kirsten Andrews (‘07) became the first Navy women’s track & field member to be selected Patriot League Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year for all sports. Andrews would graduate as one of the Academy’s most decorated student-athletes, having twice earned Academic All-America honors during her decorated career. Criste’s track & field team was awarded the Naval Academy Athletic Director’s Cup for being the most successful all-around team for the 2007-08 athletic season. Criste came to the Academy in 1991 after spending three years as an assistant with the women’s program at George Mason, where she oversaw the jumps, sprints, hurdles and multievents. There, five athletes earned All-America status and two became NCAA champions under her tutelage. The Patriots also captured the ECAC Division I Championship in each of her three seasons. Criste has also been recognized on the national scene. She was selected as the field events coach for the 1993 U.S. Olympic Festival and coached the East team to victory, marking the East’s first-win in the history of the festival. In 1999, Criste was named head coach for that year’s Pan Am Games in Winnipeg, Canada. She also served as head coach of the 1995 U.S. National Track & Field Team, which consisted of men’s and women’s junior and senior teams that came together for a series of meets against Canada. Criste guided the U.S. team to wins in all four meets. A standout performer in her own right, Criste was a four-year letterwinner in track at Penn State, serving as captain of the Nittany Lion women’s squad in 1985-86. She was an NCAA qualifier in the triple jump and was a national qualifier and ECAC record holder in both the pentathlon and heptathlon. After graduating from Penn State with a degree in nutritional science in 1986, she went on to earn her master’s degree in exercise physiology from West Virginia in 1988. While at West Virginia, Criste served as an assistant track & field coach, handling the Mountaineers’ jumps, sprints, hurdles and multi-events. After concluding her own collegiate career, Criste continued competing at the national level. For three years (1986-89) she competed at the U.S. Olympic Festival and was a member of the U.S. National Team from 1986-91. She was nationally ranked in both the triple jump and multievents, representing the United States in several international team competitions. The daughter of Joan and Dave Criste (USNA `60), Criste also serves as an Assistant Athletic Director and professor at the Academy.

In 2007, Navy recorded a ninth-place team score at the ECAC Championship during the outdoor slate, its highest finish since moving up to the Division I ranks in 1991-92. In that same outdoor season, the Mids also scored at the NCAA East Region Championship for the first time since the regional was added in 2003.

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Al Cantello

Assistant Coach | Distance | 55th Year at Navy | La Salle ‘55 A mainstay with the men’s track & field program, Al Cantello is now in his 55th season at the Naval Academy and 50th as cross country head coach. Since his arrival at U.S.N.A. over 50 years ago, the Midshipmen have been one of the most consistent men’s cross country programs, both regionally and nationally. Cantello led the Mids to eight of the last nine Patriot League Cross Country Championships (2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘13, ‘14, ‘15, ‘16) while garnering conference Coach of the Year accolades each time. On the track, he helped the Midshipmen sweep the indoor and outdoor Patriot League crowns the past four years in a row (2014, ‘15, ‘16, ‘17). In 49 seasons at the helm of the cross country program, Cantello boasts a 246-70-1 career record. Cantello’s teams have also shined in the classroom as three squads have earned USTFCCCA All-Academic Cross Country Team accolades with a team GPA over 3.00 since 2011. Cantello has coached several standout runners in Annapolis in both cross country and as an assistant coach with the Navy track team. Most recently, Lucas Stalnaker, class of 2017, earned back-to-back Patriot League individual titles in 2015 and 2016 before going on to finish fifth overall at the 10k at the 2017 NCAA Championship and garner a nod as a First Team All-American. Prior to that Stephen Schroeder, class of 2016, won the 2014 Patriot League individual title and qualified for that year’s NCAA Championship. Andrew Hanko, class of 2010, became the first runner in program history to win consecutive Patriot League cross country titles (2009, ’10). The three-time First-Team All-Patriot League honoree, also qualified for the 2010 NCAA Championship. Additionally, Jon Clemens received All-America honors during the 1996 cross country season, while John Mentzer was named a 1997 All-American in both indoor (5,000 meters) and outdoor (10,000 meters) track. Michael Ryan earned similar honors during the 1999 indoor track season for his 4:01.57 time in the mile, and Erik Schmidt took fifth place in the mile at the NCAA Indoor Championship in March 2003. Cantello’s most decorated runner was Ron Harris (’87), who was successful under Coach Cantello’s tutelage in both cross country and track and field. Harris garnered cross country All-America honors in 1985 and track and field All-America laurels in the 3,000-meter and 5,000-meter run in 1987. Harris went on to qualify for the 1996 U.S. Olympic team in the 5,000-meter run. In addition, two of Navy’s distance relay teams were ranked among the nation’s top 15 during the 1999 outdoor campaign. The mile relay team of Eric Adams, John McNamara, Ryan Runge and Ryan was fourth in the nation, while the distance medley relay team of Adams, Torrance Chaplin, Karlton Holston and Ryan was nationally ranked, as well.

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As a result of his teams’ success, Cantello has been amply recognized, including being named the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Coach of the Year three times (1984, `85, `92 and ‘16) and has been Patriot League Coach of the Year each of the last four seasons. In 1997, the Naval Academy Alumni Association awarded Cantello the Distinguished Athletic Leadership Award for a coach or faculty member who did the most for the physical development of the Midshipmen in physical education. Cantello also received the inaugural Tom Hamilton Teaching/Coaching Award, as voted by his peers that same year. Cantello, a 1955 La Salle graduate, has spent over a half century at the Naval Academy and has served as the head coach of the men’s cross country team for the last 49 years. Over the course of his tenure, Cantello’s teams have beaten the archrival Black Knights 37 times in cross country and 12 times in track and field with him as the head coach (1981-88). Cantello also has guided the Mids to eight Patriot League titles in the last nine seasons. Including his years as an assistant coach for the track and field team (1968-80, 1989-pres.), he has accrued 98 wins versus Army. From 1981-88, Cantello held a dual coaching role, guiding Navy’s men’s indoor and outdoor track squads while maintaining his cross country duties. As Navy’s head track coach, Cantello led the Mids to a 67-9-1 dual meet record. During the 1986-87 academic year, his combined record in cross country, indoor and outdoor track & field was a remarkable 23-1. Cantello’s all-time head coaching record in cross country, indoor and outdoor track is 322-82-2, good for a .796 career winning percentage. Cantello was a two-time All-American in the javelin throw. In 2009, he was inducted into the Penn Relays Wall of Fame for becoming the first three-time winner in the javelin throw at the famed event. He was also enshrined as a charter member of La Salle’s Hall of Athletes in 1961 and in the spring of 2012, Cantello was inducted in the inaugural class of the Middle Athletic Conference Hall of Fame. A former world-class competitor in the javelin, Cantello once held every national and international record in the event. In 1959, he set a world record in the javelin and competed for the U.S. Olympic Team the following year in the 1960 Games in Rome. In 1964, Sport magazine named Cantello to its all-time track & field team and voted him the world’s greatest competitor in the javelin. Cantello was inducted to the USTFCCCA Coaches Hall of Fame on December 2013. Cantello and his late wife, Jackie, are the parents of three adult children - Karla McMahon, Karen O’Kane and the late Albert Jr. - and seven grandchildren.


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Karen Boyle

Assistant Coach | Distance| 31st Year at Navy | Bowling Green ‘79 Karen Boyle, who also serves as the head coach of the Navy women’s cross country squad, enters her 31th year as an assistant track coach in 2017-18. Navy has had a very successful distance team under Boyle’s watch, highlighted by Marty Shue’s title in the indoor 1,500meter run at the NCAA Division II Championship in 1991. Boyle has also coached two Division I All-Americans.

Boyle guided the program into the Division I ranks in 1991, and the Mids immediately achieved success by capturing the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championship in cross country. In 1997 and 2007, Boyle was named Navy’s Fall Coach of the Year after she led Navy to an undefeated season. In 2007 and again in ‘08, she was recognized as the Patriot League Coach of the Year.

Boyle coached Kim McGreevey to All-America honors in 1995 in the 3,000-meter run at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship. In 2012, Boyle coached Jess Palacio to AllAmerica honors in the mile at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championship.

In 1995, Boyle was selected as team leader for the USA Ekiden International Marathon in Beijing, China. She was also selected to help rewrite the level I track & field certification curriculum at the USA Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. In 1999, she received her C.S.C.S. certification as a nationally accredited certified strength and conditioning specialist. The summer of 2001 saw Boyle serve as an assistant track & field coach for Team USA in the Deaf Track & Field World Games, held in Rome, Italy.

Boyle helped mold Palacio into the greatest distance runner in Navy history. Palacio, a 2012 graduate, was a three-time NCAA East Regional Qualifier in addition to her All-America accolade. She was a four-time Patriot League Championship Track-Athlete of the Meet and won 11 Patriot League track and field titles. Palacio left Navy with eight school records.

Boyle, a 1979 graduate of Bowling Green, received her degree in physical education and earned her master’s degree in athletic administration and recreation from her alma mater in 1982. Athletically, she competed in both track and lacrosse, specializing in the 400 and 4x400meter relay on the track and was a leading scorer for the Falcons’ lacrosse squad.

Boyle has also stressed a focus on academics during her time at Navy. In 2012 Brigid Byrne earned Academic All-America honors and the Navy distance runners routinely appear on the Patriot League Honor Roll in large numbers.

Her coaching career began at Heidelberg College in Tiffin, Ohio, where she coached the women’s cross country and track & field teams from 1984-86, developing two national champions and nine All-Americans. Boyle is a tenured professor in the Naval Academy’s Physical Education Department, teaching personal conditioning, rock climbing, kayaking and triathlon training. Boyle also participates in road races and triathlons.

Boyle has also enjoyed much success as Navy’s cross country coach, guiding her teams to a 124-21 (.855) mark over her career. During Boyle’s tenure, seven Navy cross country runners have competed at the NCAA Division I Championship. Boyle’s first national championship qualifier came in 1992 with Kerry O’Neill, followed by Jackie Hayes in 1995, Rebecca Cline in 1997, Melissa Foon in 2000, Amy Watson in 2008, Jess Palacio in 2011 and most recently Annie-Norah Beveridge in 2012. Boyle led the cross country team to the 2012 Patriot League Championship, her fourth since 2007 and the second in a row. Boyle has been named the Patriot League Cross Country Coach of the Year four times.

Administratively, Boyle served as the president of the NCAA Division I Women’s Intercollegiate Cross Country Coaches Association (1999-01), as well as a committee member on the USA Track & Field Coaching Education Board and the United States Track Coaches Association Long Distance Advisory Board.

Boyle has led the Mids to significant honors on both the Division II (1987-90) and Division I (1991-present) levels. In Navy’s last-four years of Division II competition, Boyle coached the cross country team to three-straight undefeated seasons and four-consecutive top-five finishes in the NCAA Division II Championship, with five runners garnering All-America honors. Boyle was named Eastern Region Coach of the Year in three-straight seasons (1988-90).

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Steven Sarigiannis

Assistant Coach | Throws | 12th Year at Navy | UNC Wilmington ‘99 Steven Sarigiannis begins his 12th year as an assistant coach at Navy in 2017-18, where his focus centers on the throwing and pole vault events. During his tenure at Navy, Sarigiannis has had throwers qualify eight times for the NCAA’s East Regional, including three athletes in three different events in 2011 and two repeat qualifiers in 2012 and three in 2014. In 2012, Sarigiannis helped Alix Membreno place 29th at the NCAA’s East Regional in the javelin after earning ECAC All-East honors and Lauren Allam qualified for the regional in the discus for the second straight year. During the 2011-12 season, Navy throwers also won one Patriot League individual title with four runner-up finishes at the indoor and outdoor championship meets. During the 2011 outdoor track season the throws squad won three of four Patriot League throwing event titles by winning the shot put, discus, hammer and placing second in the javelin. Freshman Lauren Allam won the Patriot League title in the discus, smashing the conference record by seven feet and earning the rookie of the meet award. Junior Amanda Phelps was a double winner in the shot put and hammer throw, which earned her the Patriot League FieldAthlete of the Meet award. Both Amanda Phelps and Lauren Allam, along with freshman javelin thrower Alix Membreno qualified for the 2011 NCAA East Regional Championships. In addition, his work with the pole vaulters has paid immediate dividends. Under his guidance, Jacqui Charnigo met an NCAA provisional mark, captured a pair of Patriot League titles and earned All-East recognition three times. Sarigiannis came to the Academy in 2006 after serving as an assistant men’s & women track and cross country coach at Robert Morris University from 2001-06. During his tenure with the Colonials, he was primarily responsible for coaching the throwers and distance runners while assisting with the cross country. He was also responsible for the fall training of the sprinters,

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jumpers and hurdlers, and spearheaded the recruitment of all track & field athletes. Sarigiannis’ athletes broke over 100 school records with 23 NCAA qualifiers, 28 conference Champions, four of which hold conference records and 94 ECAC/IC4A qualifiers. In 2005 the Colonial lady throwing squad scored 74 points at the conference championship in just four throwing events to give their team two-thirds of its total team points. In addition to his responsibilities with the track and cross country teams, Sarigiannis was the head strength coach from 2001-05, where he designed and oversaw the weight training programs for 12 varsity teams. Prior to his time at Robert Morris, Sarigiannis worked as a graduate assistant with the men’s track & field team at Ball State from 2000-01. While earning his master’s degree in Health Science in July 2001, he coached and recruited the throwing events. In his short time with the cardinals he coached three MAC champions and in 2001, he coached Zach Riley to NCAA All-American honors in the hammer throw. During his coaching career, Sarigiannis has guided three Olympic Trial qualifiers, three NCAA Division I All-Americans, 32 NCAA qualifiers, seven USATF national Qualifiers and two Senior Olympic qualifiers. Sarigiannis also coaches post-collegiate shot putter Tyler Blatchley who has finished as high 7th at the USA National Championships. The product of Cicero, N.Y., Sarigiannis was a four-year letter winner at UNC-Wilmington, where he majored in physical education and graduated in December 1999 with honors. He was a three-time All-East and Colonial Athletic Association champion in the discus throw, earning MVP honors during his senior year. Sarigiannis was part of the first three UNCW Colonial Athletic Conference championship teams including their first team title in school history where they defeated the 1996 indoor NCAA Champions George Mason University. The two-time academic all-league thrower also served as the school’s student representative at the NCAA Leadership Conference in 1999.

Volunteer Assistant | 29th Year at Navy | U.S. Naval Academy ‘49 A vital part of the Midshipmen coaching staff, Dave Larish, a 1949 graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy, returns for his 29th season as a volunteer assistant coach in 2017-18. During his tenure, Larish has helped recruit 32 Midshipmen who have gone on to set a total of 31 individual and five relay indoor and outdoor records at the Academy. In addition, he has helped bring in nine Midshipmen that have earned All-America honors in 20 events. Larish and his wife, Betty, are the parents of six children: Karen, Vicki, Dana, David Jr., Keith and Cathy.

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2018 TRACK & FIELD Coaching Staff

Rory Quiller

Volunteer Assistant | Sixth Year at Navy | Binghamton ‘08 Rory Quiller enters his sixth year as the pole vault coach for the Navy Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams. In his time at the Academy, Navy pole vaulters have dominated the Patriot League Conference, sweeping the medal stand (firstthird) on four occasions (men’s indoor 2013, 2014, 2015; and women’s indoor 2017) a feat no conference rival has been able to duplicate in recent years. The Navy pole vaulters finished first through fourth on three of those occasions, scoring 31 points in the 2014 men’s indoor competition and 29.33 points in the 2017 women’s indoor meet. Under Quiller’s tutelage, Class of 2015 graduate, Mark Vetere, won seven Patriot League pole vault titles, and broke the Outdoor Championship meet record (17’0, 5.18m), as well as set the program record in 2013 at the Penn Relays with a jump of 17’3.5 (5.27m). Vetere went on to set the indoor program record with a jump of 17’1.5 (5.23m) at the Army-Navy Star Meet in 2014.

Before joining the staff at Annapolis, Quiller served one year stints as the pole vault coach at both Colorado State University and Colorado School of Mines, while he trained for the 2012 US Olympic Trials in the pole vault. Quiller finished eighth in that competition, to compliment his 13th place finish at the 2008 US Olympic Trials. In his time as a post collegiate athlete, he competed nationally and internationally with notable finishes in the 2008 US Indoor Championships (2nd), and 2011 US Indoor Championships (3rd). While at Binghamton University as a student athlete, Quiller was a three-time Division I AllAmerican and a National Champion in the pole vault (2008), with an NCAA best jump that year of 18’6.5 (5.65m). After Quiller completed his Bachelor’s degree at Binghamton University, he stayed with the Bearcats as a graduate assistant coach while completing his MBA in 2010. Quiller was commissioned as a Human Resource Officer in the United States Navy in 2012 and served until the end of 2016. He currently works as an Instructor of Physical Disciplines at the Academy and resides in Annapolis with his wife Mandy, an accomplished pole vaulter herself, their daughter, Kira, and dog, Bronx.

Other notable vaulters in Quiller’s tenure at the Academy include Amanda Graham (‘15), a 2015 Patriot League Outdoor Champion with a height of 12’6 (3.80m); as well as Jiles Maness (‘16), the 2014 Patriot League Indoor Champion and current program record holder in both indoor and outdoor, 17’2.5 (5.25m) and 17’4 (5.30m), respectively. Charlene Kearns (‘18), a multiple conference champion, won the 2016 and 2017 Patriot League Outdoor Championship titles with a jump of 12’6 (3.80m) and 12’2 (3.70m), correspondingly. Rosemary Brinegar (’19) won the 2017 Patriot League Indoor title and cleared 12’8 (3.86m), while Jonathan Drablos (’17) was the winner of the 2017 League Outdoor title at 16’7 (5.05m).

Andrea Sabbatine

Director of Operations | First Year at Navy | Louisville ‘10 Andrea Sabbatine joined the Navy track and field staff as director of track and field operations in September of 2017. Prior to joining the Naval Academy, Sabbatine spent two years (2016-17) with the Washington State University track and field team in the same capacity. Sabbatine, a native of Georgetown, Ky., was a four-year letterwinnner on the track and field team at the University of Louisville. She competed in the pole vault for the Cardinals with a personal-best mark of 3.85m (12-07.50). She graduated from Louisville with a degree in exercise science in 2010 and with a Master’s of Science in sport administration in 2012.

As a professional vaulter, she recorded a PR height of 4.20m (13-09.25). In high school, Sabbatine was the 2006 Kentucky Gatorade Athlete of the Year after winning the state pole vault championships in 2003, ’04, and ‘06 and being the runner-up in 2002 and 2005. At the time of graduation from Scott Country High School, she held the Kentucky state girls prep pole vault record at 11-8. Sabbatine is the vice president and a pole vaulter for the Kentucky Elite Athletics Track Club in Shelbyville, Ky.

After college graduation, Sabbatine served as an academic tutor and mentor for the Louisville football program working with both individuals and groups of academically at-risk studentathletes. She also worked as a marketing research specialist including an internship with the Kentucky Derby Festival. Additionally, Sabbatine coached pole vault at two Kentucky high schools and was the pole vault coach at Bellermine University for the 2012-13 school year.

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2018 TRACK & FIELD

2017-18 Men’s Track and Field Roster Name Omar Bailey John Barber Joe Bevilacqua Sean Brennan Jake Brophy Christopher Clarke Gabriel Collison Luke Cota Dylan Cowling Ben Cracraft Cam DeCoursey Cory Donley Devin Enslen * Nik Fagen John Finnegan Dominic Franshaw Jonathan Gill Rob Graham Monte Guess Josh Hanna Dan Helfand Ryan Herrera-Murphy Eric Hughey Cameron Hurd Justin Hyytinen Thomas Johnstone Michael Karls Bryson Kasper Dan Kelly Demetrius Lanier Evan Lexo David Liedtka Geoffrey Lord Jack Martensen Skyler Mason Mike Milacarek Luke Moffett Christian Moreno Kevin Murray Ian Myers Jonathan Nainggolan Greg Nelson Connor Nicholson Richmond Paschall Julian Perez Simon Petsch Austin Pierce Stefano Pineda Nelson Quintana Tommy Reeder Sean Richards * Quinn Schneider Malachi Seib Jake Shewbert Benjamin Stewart Jimmer Swanson Clayton Thompson Justin Titgen Hunter Wargo Aaron Watson Cade Wessel Simon Whitfield Cedric Williams Kordell Williams Nicholas Williams

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Hometown / High School North Plainfield, N.J. / North Plainfield Sugar Land, Texas / William B. Travis Bloomington, Ill. / Central Cathedral Westfield, N.J. / Union Catholic New Hope, Pa. / Central Bucks Minnetonka, Minn. / Minnetonka La Crescenta, Calif. / Crescenta Valley La Porte, Ind. / Chesterton Blue Springs, Mo. / Blue Springs Northville, Mich. / Northville Arlington Heights, Ill. / Wheeling Township Salina, Kan. / Sacred Heart Alamogordo, N.M. / Alamogordo Fruitland, Idaho / Fruitland Spring, Texas / Rio Rancho Houston, Texas / Mirabeau B. Lamar Senior Miami Shores, Fla. / Doctors Charter School Phoenix, Ariz. / Pinnacle Philadelphia, Pa. / Archbishop Ryan Winfield, Kan. / Winfield Cherry Hill, N.J. / Cherry Hill East Bronx, N.Y. / Iona Prep Lee’s Summit, Mo. / Lee’s Summit North Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. / Trabuco Hills Farmington, Minn. / Farmington Los Gatos, Calif. / Los Gatos Festus, Mo. / Festus Appleton, Wis. / Kimberly Warwick, N.Y. / Warwick Valley Palm Coast, Fla. / East Stroudsburg Area Groton, Mass. / Groton Dunstable Regional Hamilton Square, N.J. / Notre Dame H.S. Denver, Colo. / Regis Jesuit Anchorage, Ala. / Service Oakdale, Pa. / West Allegheny Woodinville, Wash. / Inglemoor Katy, Texas / Seven Lakes Oronogo, Mo. / Lee’s Summit North Wilmington, Del. / The Charter School of Wilmington Beaverton, Ore. / Westview Etiwanda, Calif. / Etiwanda Odessa, Texas / Permian Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. / Don Bosco Prep Billings, Mont. / Billings West Beaumont, Texas / West Brook Billings, Mont. / Billings West Dahlonega, Ga. / Lumpkin County Hockessin, Del. / The Charter School of Wilmington Temecula, Calif. / Great Oak Kiln, Miss. / Saint Stanislaus Skillman, N.J. / Hopewell Valley Central Cornelius, N.C. / Woodlawn Tualatin, Ore. / Tualatin Flowery Branch, Ga. / Flowery Branch Charlestown, R.I. / North Kingstown Grand Island, Neb. / Grand Island Senior Corpus Christi, Texas / Flour Bluff ISD Waxhaw, N.C. / Marvin Ridge West Branch, Iowa / West Branch Union City, Mich. / Union City Bozeman, Mont. / Bozeman Scottsdale, Ariz. / St. Mary’s Powder Springs, Ga. / McEachern Upper Marlboro, Md. / DeMatha Catholic Bristol, R.I. / Bishop Hendricken


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2017-18 Women’s Track and Field Roster Name Amanda Agana Jahna Alleyne Jenna Appleton Lindsay Arvin Sydney Barber Evelyn Berecz Eileen Brady Audrey Brandon Rosemary Brinegar Zoe Broadway Brittany Burg * Claire Chandler Alyssa Chang Emily Craig Ashanti Curry * Lakayla Deshields Rachel Duncavage Chelsey Edwards Rachel Fairbanks Maddi Falvey Audrey Fernandez Caroline Foley Emma Foster Morgan Giraud Aaliyah Gordon Cat Goss Lauren Heaton Emma Heinrichs Amanda Henson Taylor Holland Nora Honrath Ty Horne Annie Imhof Ann Jackson Evelyn Jansen Andrea Juzyca Kara Kakascik Wade-Watta Kamara Phoebe Kirk Eva Knowles Josie Korenak Chesley Krug Juliana Lafrance Hannah Lyon Pia Mackie Izzy Marini Maddy Marrone Erin McDonnell Ariana McKenzie Karla Mendoza Sarah Morris Samantha Orie Claire Ostrowski Allison Parks Christina Quigley Mara Riley Savada Robinson Maggie Ruud Monet Salazar Caitlin Schmitt Lainie Seijas Banita Simmons Julia Speranzo Kaitlyn Stafford Regine Tugade Haley Unger Ali Valenti Valesha Watson Hannah Werren Grace West Mary-Margaret West Jessica Wheeler Elizabeth White Emily Woomer

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Hometown / High School Fayetteville, Ark. / Fayetteville York, Pa. / West York Area Federal Way, Wash. / Thomas Jefferson Memphis, Tenn. / St. Agnes Academy Lake Forest, Ill. / Lake Forest Downingtown, Pa. / Downingtown STEM Academy Mount Pleasant, Pa. / Mount Pleasant Area Lima, Ohio / Lima Bath Coppell, Texas / Coppell Joshua, Texas / Joshua Gasport, N.Y. / Mercersburg Academy San Diego, Calif. / Cathedral Catholic Chula Vista, Calif. / Otay Ranch Reisterstown, Md. / Maryvale Prep Jacksonville, N.C. / Northside High Moore, Okla. / Southmoore League City, Texas / Clear Creek Schertz, Texas / Samuel Clements Jamesville, N.Y. / Jamesville-DeWitt Cypress, Texas / Cy-Fair Senior South Hill, Wash. / Emerald Ridge Hockessin, Del. / The Tatnall School Poteet, Texas / Poteet Petaluma, Calif. / Petaluma Tampa, Fla. / Robinson Clinton, Conn. / The Morgan School Russia, Ohio / Russia San Jose, Calif. / Lincoln West Barnstable, Mass. / Barnstable Auburn, Ala. / Auburn HS Brielle, N.J. / St. John Vianney Columbus, N.J. / Northern Burlington County Regional Great Mills, Md. / Great Mills Roanoke, Va. / Cave Spring Providence, R.I. / Portsmouth Abbey Milton, Mass. / Milton Weirton, W.Va. / Catholic Central Virginia Beach, Va. / Green Run Ewa Beach, Hawaii / Sacred Hearts Academy Belfair, Wash. / South Kitsap St. Louis, Mo. / Lindbergh Asheville, N.C. / T.C. Roberson Burbank, Calif. / Burbank Battle Creek, Mich. / Lakeview Asheville, N.C. / Asheville Elkgrove, Calif. / Elkgrove Belfon, N.J. / Middletown Traverse City, Mich. / St. Francis Potomac, Md. / Bullis Madison, Neb. / Macomb Mobile, Ala. / UMS Wright Prep Greensburg, Pa. / Hempfield Area Senior Virginia Beach Va. / Frank W. Cox Lisbon, Ohio / United Local Lorton, Va. / South County Seattle, Wash. / Seattle Academy Oxford, Conn. / Oxford Fairfax Station, Va. / Lake Braddock Las Vegas, Nev. / Silverado Evergreen, Colo. / Evergreen Mountain Lakes, N.J. / Mountain Lakes Dyersburg, Tenn. / Dyersburg Springfield, Va. / Lake Braddock Secondary Friendswood, Texas / Friendswood Dededo, Guam / John F. Kennedy Marlboro, N.J. / Marlboro Lansdale, Pa. / North Penn Fleming Island, Fla. / Fleming Island Canton, Ohio / Glen Oak Pinehurst, N.C. / Pinecrest Pinehurst, N.C. / Pinecrest Lexington, Va. / Naples American Charlotte, N.C. / Myers Park Starkville, Miss. / Starkville

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2018 TRACK & FIELD Midshipmen Profiles

Omar Bailey

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Senior // 5-10 North Plainfield, N.J. // North Plainfield

Senior // 6-2 La Crescenta, Calif. // Crescenta Valley

2016-17 (Junior Season): Competed during the indoor season, notching times in the 2016-17 (Junior Season): Notched a season-best time in the 3,000m indoor at 400m and 500m runs … Recorded a season-best time of 1:06.54 at the Navy Open the Patriot League Championship with a time of 8:25.13 … Registered a second in the 500m run, while clocking a time of 50.90 in the 400m at the Navy Invitational. place finish at Princeton with an 5,000m indoor time of 14:48.76, while posting a season-best outdoor time in the 5,000m at the Navy Spring Invitational with a time 2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Placed 16th in the 500m with a season-best time of of 14:40.08 … Recorded a time of 30:14.99 at the Virginia Challenge during the 1:04.96 at the IC4A Indoor Championship … Ran a season-best 400m time of 50.16 outdoor season in the 10,000m … Recorded a top-10 finish (8th) at the Patriot League at the Spire D1 Invitational. Outdoor Championship in the 10,000m (31:16.46). 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Ran a season-best 50.66 in the 400m dash at the 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Ran a season-best time 14:37.71 in the 5,000m run Point Loma Invitational (outdoors) … Tallied a time of 51.73 in the 400m dash at the at the Navy Winter Home Meet … Recorded a time of 8:27.37 in the 3,000m run at Navy winter invitational (indoors) … Recorded a mark of 1:07.92 in the 500m dash Navy’s three team home meet. at the Rhode Island Invite. High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner in both cross country and track and High School / Personal: A three-year letterwinner at North Plainfield High School … field at Crescenta Valley High School … State qualifier in cross country in back-toNamed team captain for the 2013-14 season and garnered Second Team All-County back seasons (2013, ‘14) … Part of the 4x800m relay squad that helped win the laurels in the 400m dash … Helped lead team to four-straight Skyland Conference league championship in 2013 … Named team captain and team MVP in both cross Division Championships (2010, ’11, ’12, ‘13) … Lettered two seasons in football as country and track and field for the 2013-14 season … Garnered All-League laurels in a running back, being named Offensive Player of the Year in 2013 … Son of Thron both track and field and cross country in the 2013-14 year … Son of Frank Collison Lane and Delaine Bailey-Lane. and Sheila Collison-Gallaz.

Sean Brennan

Cam DeCoursey

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Junior // 6-0 Westfield, N.J. // Union Catholic

Senior // 5-9 Arlington Heights, Ill. // Wheeling Township

Career Honors: 2017 IC4A All-East (Shot Put – Outdoor)

Career Honors: 2016 IC4A All-East (4x400m Relay – Indoor) 2017 Patriot League Champion (4x400m Relay – Indoor) 2016-17 (Sophomore Season): Earned 2017 IC4A All-East Accolades during the 2017 First Team All-Patriot League (4x400m Relay – Indoor) outdoor season in the shot put … Thrower for the Midshipmen competing in the shot 2016 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x400m Relay – Indoor) put and weight throw during the indoor season and the shot put, discus, and hammer during outdoor competition … Posted a first place finish with a season-best distance 2016-17 (Junior Season): Member of the 4x400m relay team that recorded a firstof 16.91m in the shot put at the Navy Open during the indoor season … Registered a place finish at the Patriot League Indoor Championship to earn First Team All-League season-long mark of 17.14m in the weight throw at the Spire Division I Invitational … honors … Posted a season-best mark of 50.09 during the Spire Division I Indoor Recorded season-best marks in the shot put (16.73m), discus (51.55m), and hammer Invitational in the 400m dash, while recording a 1:05.35 in the 500m dash during throw (55.88m) at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship finishing fifth, fourth, the Patriot League Indoor Championship, finishing sixth … During the outdoor season, and fourth, respectively. clocked a 49.95 in the 400m at the UC San Diego Challenge. 2015-16 (Freshman Season): Threw a season-best 161ft (49.07m) in the hammer throw at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship for ninth place … Placed second at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet in the shot put at 53ft-3.5in (16.24m) … Hit season-high outdoor marks in both shot put (54ft-1.75in;16.50m) and discus (160ft; 48.77m) at the Ross and Sharon Irwin Collegiate Meet … Tallied a weight throw season-high mark of 57ft-2in (17.42m) at the Spire Division I Indoor Invite … Recorded a season-best shot put mark of 53ft-0.75in (16.17m) at the Spire DI Indoor Invite. High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at Union Catholic High School … Earned All-State honors in the discus in 2014 and 2015 … Garnered All-County honors in the shot put three consecutive seasons (2013, ’14, ‘15) … Named team captain during senior campaign … Elected class president as a senior … Son of David and Ann Brennan.

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2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Competed with the 4x400m relay team that finished second at the IC4A Indoor Championship … A part of the second-place 4x400m relay team at the Patriot League Indoor Championship … Ran a season-best indoor time in the 400m dash of 49.25 at the Patriot League Championship. 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Ran a time of 23.86 in the 200m dash at Navy’s three team spring home meet … Recorded a mark of 51.23 at Navy’s five team winter home meet in the 400m dash.


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High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at Wheeling Township High School … Ran a leg on the 4x200m relay team that won the MSL Championship Title … Attained the school indoor track and field record in the 200m dash in 2012 … Named All-Conference Honorable Mention in 2013 … Member of the National Honor Society … Son of Randall and Kathryn DeCoursey.

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2016-17 (Junior Season): Did not finish outside of the top-10 in any race during the season … Posted his top time (6.89) in the 60m dash at the Army-Navy Star Meet during the indoor season … Earned Second Team-All-Patriot League Indoor accolades in the 200m dash with a second place finish with a time of 21.26 … During the outdoor season, notched fastest time of the season in the 100m dash at the Charlotte Invitational, posting a 10.59 … Clocked a season-best time of 21.33 twice in the 200m, placing fourth at the IC4A Championships and first at the Navy Sprint Invite … Won the Patriot League Outdoor Championship in the 200m with a time of 21.66 to earn First Team All-Conference laurels … Earned a first place finish at home against arch-rival Army in the 100m to help Navy win the Star.

Senior // 5-10 Salina, Kan. // Sacred Heart

2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Finished second in both the 100m (10.70) and 200m (21.45) at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet … Placed first in the 200m with a career-best time of 21.14 at the Ross and Sharon Irwin Collegiate Meet … Tallied Career Honors: a career-best 100m time at the UC San Diego Challenge of 10.49 … Recorded an 2017 IC4A All-East (1,500m – Outdoor) indoor career-best 200m time of 21.47 at the IC4A Indoor Championship for fourth place … Ran a career-best 60m time of 6.87 at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet for 2016-17 (Junior Season): Middle distance runner competing in the 1,000m and third place. 1-mile during the indoor season and the 800m and 1,500m during the outdoor season … Earned IC4A All-East accolades in the 1,500m during the outdoor season with a 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Ran a leg for the first-place 4x100m relay team at the seventh place finish … Notched a season-best finish in the 1,000m with a time of Penn Relays with a time of 41.06 … Garnered Second Team All-Patriot League honors 2:28.89 against Army to place second in the event … Earned a first place finish in on the 4x100m relay team at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship … Finished the 1-mile run with a time of 4:08.99 at the Wesley Brown Invitational … Recorded third in 100m dash with a season-best time of 10.58 at the Patriot League Outdoor top-10 finishes at the IC4A Outdoor Championships (7th), Army-Navy Outdoor Star Championship … Won the 100m (11.11) and 200m (22.23) dash at the Army-Navy Meet (3rd), and Patriot League Outdoor Championship (10th) in the 1,500m … Had Outdoor Star Meet … Finished fourth at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship in a season-best time of 3:51.50 at the IC4A Championships, while clocking a 3:53.73 the 200m dash with a season-best time of 21.32 … Ran a season-best mark of 6.93 in the 60m dash at the Wesley Brown Invitational … Placed fourth at the Patriot against Army … Registered a 3:54.34 at the PL Championship. League Indoor Championship with a season-best time of 21.80 in the 200m dash. High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at Sacred Heart High School in cross country … Garnered 3A State Championship honors in 2011 and 2012 … Named team High School / Personal: Three-year letterwinner at Alamogordo High School … Won captain in 2011 and 2012 … Also competed in track and field for four seasons … Son the 100m, 200m and 4x200m relay at the 5A State Championship in 2013 … Won the 200m dash at the 5A State Championship in 2012 … Son of Jason and Loretta of Clay and Jana Donley. Enslen.

Devin Enslen Sprints // TEAM CAPTAIN Senior // 5-11 Alamogordo, N.M. // Alamogordo Career Honors: 2017-18 Team Captain (Indoor) 2017 IC4A All-East (200m – Outdoor) 2017 IC4A All-East (4x100m Relay – Outdoor) 2017 IC4A All-East (200m – Indoor) 2016 IC4A All-East (200m – Indoor) 2015 IC4A All-East (200m – Indoor) 2017 Patriot League Champion (200m – Outdoor) 2017 First Team All-Patriot League (200m – Outdoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x100m Relay – Outdoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (200m – Indoor) 2015 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x100m Relay – Outdoor) Patriot League Rookie of the Week (Jan. 15, 2015) Patriot League Rookie of the Week (April 23, 2015)

Nik Fagen Multis Senior // 6-0 Fruitland, Idaho // Fruitland 2016-17 (Junior Season): Recorded a fifth place finish with 4,561 points in the Patriot League Indoor Championship in the heptathlon … Tallied 6,108 points in the decathlon at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship to finish fifth overall. 2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Recorded 5,474 points in the decathlon at the PL Outdoor Championship for fifth place … Highest event finishes in the decathlon at the league’s outdoor meet was pole vault (13ft-9.25in; 4.20m) and 1,500m (4:53.78). 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Finished fourth in the heptathlon at Navy’s five team winter home meet with 3,966 points … Recorded a time of 17.93 in the 110m hurdles at Navy’s three-team spring home meet … Cleared the bar at 13ft-9.25in (4.20m) at Navy’s three-team winter home meet. High School / Personal: Three-year letterwinner at Fruitland High School … Won state championship in pole vault (2013) … Named team captain for 2013-14 season and finished second as a team at the state championship … Lettered two seasons in both wrestling and soccer … Individual state championship, helping team win the overall state title in wrestling in 2014 … Member of the National Honor Society … Son of John and Patti Fagen.

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Josh Hanna

Cameron Hurd

Distance

Hurdles

Senior // 5-11 Winfield, Kan. // Winfield

Sophomore // 6-2 Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. // Trabuco Hills

Career Honors: 2017 IC4A All-East (1,000m – Indoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (1,500m – Outdoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (1,000m – Indoor) 2017 Academic All-Patriot League (Indoor)

Career Honors: 2017 Patriot League Championship Rookie of the Meet (Outdoor) 2017 First Team All-Patriot League (400m Hurdles – Outdoor)

2016-17 (Freshman Season): Named 2017 Patriot League Outdoor Championship Rookie of the Meet … Won the 400m hurdles at the PL Outdoor Championship with 2016-17 (Junior Season): Earned Second Team All-Patriot League Indoor accolades a season-best time of 53.22 … Placed fourth at the PL Outdoor Championship in the in the 1,000m with a time of 2:27.41 to finish second … Ran in the IC4A Indoor 110m hurdles with a time of 15.06 after notching a season-best time of 14.93 during Championship, notching times in the 1,000m of 2:24.64 (season best) and 2:26.69 the prelims … Recorded a first place finish during the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet and recording an IC4A All-East performance… Earned Second Team All-Patriot League in the 400m hurdles with a time of 53.85 … Posted a time of 8.42 in the 60m hurdles Outdoor honors in the 1,500m with a season-best time of 3:49.09 to finish second at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet before trimming two hundreds of a second off the overall … Qualified for the IC4A Outdoor Championships in the 1,500m. time for a season-best time of 8.40 at the Spire Division I Indoor Invite. 2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Tallied a season-best mile time of 4:25.65 at the Great Dane Indoor Classic.

High School / Personal: A 2016 graduate of Trabuco Hill High School … Lettered four years in track and field … Set the freshman, sophomore and junior records for both the 110m and 300m hurdles in high school … Led team to the 2016 State 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Ran a season-best mark of 3:57.05 in the 1,500m Championship … Member of the National Honor Society … Son of Cameron and run at the George Mason Spring Invitational … Recorded a 1:57.74 in the 800m run Pamela Hurd. at the Navy three-team winter home meet. High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at Winfield High School in both cross country and track and field … Garnered All-League and All-State honors three times (2010, ‘11, ‘13) … Four-year All-League and All-State member in track and field (2010, ’11, ’12, ‘13) … Earned All-State honors in cross country in 2012 and 2013, while being name All-State in track and field three-straight years (2011, ’12, ‘13) … Son of Mark and Rose Hanna.

Bryson Kasper Throws Senior // 6-0 Appleton, Wis. // Kimberly

Ryan Herrera-Murphy

Career Honors: 2017 IC4A All-East (Discus – Outdoor)

Pole Vault

2016-17 (Junior Season): Registered a season-long distance of 52.81m in the discus at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet, earning second place in the event and helping Navy capture the Star … Notched a season-best throw of 55.28m in the hammer at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship … Qualified for the IC4A Outdoor Championship in both the discus and hammer throw, earning IC4A All-East accolades in the discus with an eighth place throw … Notched a season-best distance of 14.88m in the weight throw at the Navy Winter Invite during the indoor season.

Sophomore // 6-0 Bronx, N.Y. // Iona Prep Career Honors: 2017 IC4A All-East (Pole Vault – Indoor) 2016-17 (Freshman Season): Finished third at the Patriot League Indoor Championship with a height of 4.90m in the pole vault … Qualified for the IC4A Indoor Championships, notching a season-high jump of 4.95m during the pole vault competition to finish eighth overall and earn IC4A All-East accolades… Notched a season-best height of 5.00m in the pole vault during the IC4A Outdoor Championship to finish ninth … Recorded a top-10 finish (7th) in the pole vault at the Penn Relays with a mark of 4.85m.

2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Tallied a season-best mark of 160ft-4in (48.86m) in the discus at the IC4A Outdoor Championship … Recorded a career-best hammer throw at the Navy Spring Invitational with a mark of 148ft-3in (45.18m). 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Recorded a season-best mark of 145ft-1in (44.22m) in the discus at Navy’s three-team home meet … Tallied a season-high mark of 122ft11in (37.48m) at Navy’s three-team home meet in the hammer … Threw a shot put mark of 43ft-10in (13.36m) at the Navy Invitational.

High School / Personal: A 2015 graduate of Iona Preparatory School … Twotime all-state in pole vault … Named team captain for three seasons (2013, ’14, High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at Kimberly High School … State ‘15) … Earned an individual title in pole vault at the 2015 Penn Relays and State Champion in the discus in 2014 … Led team to a State Championship in 2014 … Twotime All-Conference discus thrower (2013, ‘14) and an All-Conference shot putter Championship … Son of Jorge Herrera and Barbara Murphy. (2013) … Helped lead team to three Conference Championships (2012, ’13, ‘14) … Team captain as a senior … Member of the National Honor Society … Son of Gerard and Kay Kasper.

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Dan Kelly Sprints Junior // 6-2 Warwick, N.Y. // Warwick Valley Career Honors: 2017 IC4A All-East (400m – Indoor) 2017 Patriot League Champion (4x400m Relay – Indoor) 2017 First Team All-Patriot League (4x400m Relay – Indoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (400m – Indoor) 2016-17 (Sophomore Season): Qualified for the IC4A Indoor Championships in the 400m … Clocked a time of 48.47 in the 400m at the IC4As, finishing eighth … Notched a season-best time of 48.31 in the preliminaries of the 400m dash at the IC4A Indoors … Earned Second Team All-Patriot League Indoor in the 400m with a second place finish with a time of 48.47, while taking home First Team All-PL honors as part of the 4x400m relay team … Recorded a season-best time of 48.37 in the 400m outdoor race at the Virginia Challenge … Also qualified for the IC4A Outdoor Championships in the 400m. 2015-16 (Freshman Season): Clocked in a season-best 400m time of 49.90 at the Charlotte Invitational … Ran a season-best indoor 500m mark of 1:07.66 at the Princeton Dual Meet. High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at Warwick Valley High School in track and field … Part of the 4x400m Relay State Champion team … Son of James and Emily Kelly … Sister Caitlin competed for the Binghamton swimming and diving program.

Demetrius Lanier Sprints Junior // 6-0 Palm Coast, Fla. // East Stroudsburg Area Career Honors: 2017 IC4A All-East (4x100m Relay – Outdoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x100m Relay – Outdoor) 2016-17 (Sophomore Season): Member of the 4x100m relay team that posted a second-place finish at the IC4A Outdoor Championship to earn All-East accolades … Recorded Second Team All-Patriot League honors during the outdoor season as a member of the second-place 4x100m relay team … Posted a top-10 finish (8th) at the Patriot League Indoor Championship in the 60m dash with a time of 7.00 after setting a season-best in the event during the preliminaries with a time of 6.94 … Notched a season-fast time of 21.80 in the 200m at the Wesley Brown Invitational, while also qualifying for the IC4A Indoor Championship in the 200m … Posted fastest times of the outdoor season in California with a 10.69 in the 100m at the UC San Diego Challenge and a 21.49 in the 200m at the Ross and Sharon Irwin Meet in San Diego.

High School / Personal: Three-year letterwinner at East Stroudsburg Area High School … Won the 2014 100m State Championship race … Earned runner-up honors in the 200m State Championship race … Member of National Honor Society … Son of Ann Marie Manailovich.

Evan Lexo Sprints Sophomore // 5-10 Groton, Mass. // Groton Dunstable Regional Career Honors: 2017 IC4A All-East (4x100m Relay – Outdoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x100m Relay – Outdoor) 2016-17 (Freshman Season): Member of the 4x100m relay team that earned IC4A All-East and Second Team All-Patriot League accolades during the outdoor season … Recorded fastest indoor times of the season in the 60m (7.08) and 200m (22.25) during the Navy Open … Ran an 11.00 in the 100m at the UC San Diego Challenge, while notching a season-best time of 22.14 in the 200m at the Ross and Sharon Irwin Meet in San Diego during the outdoor season. High School / Personal: A 2015 graduate of Groton Dunstable Regional High School … Lettered four seasons in track and field … Named team captain in 2014 and 2015 … Four-time All-New England sprinter … Son of Dennis Lexo and Donna Spanos.

David Liedtka Javelin Senior // 5-11 Hamilton Square, N.J. // Notre Dame HS 2016-17 (Junior Season): Registered a season-best distance of 57.30m in the javelin at the Ross and Sharon Irwin Meet in San Diego, Calif. … Posted fifth place finishes at the Army-Navy Star Meet (56.80m) and the Patriot League Outdoor Championship (54.20m). 2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Recorded a season-best javelin throw of 180ft-3in (54.95m) at the UC San Diego Challenge. 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Threw a season-best javelin mark of 177ft-0in (53.94m) at the UC San Diego Challenge … Placed second in the javelin at the Navy Spring Invite with a throw of 171ft-3in (52.20m). High School / Personal: A 2014 graduate of Notre Dame High School … Three-year letterwinner in track and field … Two-time All-County member (2013, ‘14) … Named the 2014 Scholar Athlete of the Year … Member of the National Honor Society … Son of David Jr. and Jill Liedtka.

2015-16 (Freshman Season): Clocked a season-best 200m time of 21.33 at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship … Recorded an outdoor season-best 100m time of 10.61 in the preliminary race at the Patriot League Championship … Ran a season-best 60m time of 6.93 at the Wesley A. Brown Invitational for third place.

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Stefano Pineda Pole Vault Junior // 6-0 Hockessin, Del. // The Charter School of Wilmington Career Honors: 2017 USTFCCCA Scholar Athlete 2017 Academic All-Patriot League (Outdoor) 2016-17 (Sophomore Season): Posted an indoor-best height of 4.95m in the pole vault twice at the Wesley Brown Invitational and the Navy Winter Invitational … Cleared 5.00m or better twice during the outdoor season … Notched a season-best height of 5.05m at the UC San Diego Challenge, while clearing 5.00m at the IC4A Outdoor Championship … Finished third in the pole vault at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship, while earning fourth place at the PL Indoor Championship … Qualified for IC4A Championships in both indoor and outdoor competition … Academically, named to a 2017 USTFCCCA Scholar Athlete and selected to the 2017 Academic All-Patriot League team. 2015-16 (Freshman Season): Placed sixth with an outdoor season-high pole vault mark of 15ft-11in (4.85m) at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship … Recorded an indoor season-best pole vault mark of 15ft-9in (4.80m) at the Patriot League Indoor Championship for sixth place.

2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Won the javelin event at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship with a career-best throw of 213ft-5in (65.06m) … Finished fifth at the IC4A Outdoor Championship in the javelin with a throw of 202ft-8in (61.77m) … Placed 24th in the javelin at the NCAA East Regional with a throw of 207ft-3in (63.16m). 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Recorded a season-best mark of 204ft-9in (62.42m) in the javelin for fourth place at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship … Finished sixth at the IC4A Championship in javelin with a mark of 203ft-2in (61.92m) … Placed second in the javelin with a throw of 203ft-2in (61.94m) at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet. High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at Hopewell Valley Central High School … Named team captain as a junior and senior … Placed ninth at the 2012 New Balance Outdoor Nationals … Recorded a personal-best 189ft-11in in 2012 … Earned team MVP honors in 2012 … Also lettered three years in football … Son of Scott and Patricia Richards.

Benjamin Stewart Multis Junior // 6-1 Charlestown, R.I. // North Kingstown

Career Honors: High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at the Charter School of Wilmington 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (Heptathlon – Indoor) High School in track and field … Garnered All-County honors in outdoor track and field 2016 Second Team All-Patriot League (Decathlon – Outdoor) in 2014 and 2015 … Earned All-State laurels in indoor track and field during the 2015 2017 Academic All-Patriot League (Indoor) season … Son of Cesar Pineda and Simonetta Sappia.

Sean Richards Javelin // TEAM CAPTAIN Senior // 5-11 Skillman, N.J. // Hopewell Valley Central Career Honors: 2017-18 Team Captain (Outdoor) 2017 NCAA East Regional Qualifier 2016 NCAA East Regional Qualifier 2017 IC4A All-East (Javelin – Outdoor) 2016 IC4A All-East (Javelin – Outdoor) 2015 IC4A All-East (Javelin – Outdoor) 2017 Patriot League Champion (Javelin – Outdoor) 2016 Patriot League Champion (Javelin – Outdoor) 2017 First Team All-Patriot League (Javelin – Outdoor) 2016 First Team All-Patriot League (Javelin – Outdoor) 2016-17 (Junior Season): Qualified for the NCAA East Regional in the javelin … Posted a first place finish in the javelin at the IC4A Outdoor Championship with a throw of 63.20m to record All-East accolades… Earned First Team All-Patriot League with a first place finish at the PL Outdoor Championship with a throw of 51.79m … Notched a season-best throw of 67.66m at the UC San Diego Challenge … Second best throw of the year (65.70m) came at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet, helping the Midshipmen earn the Star.

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2016-17 (Sophomore Season): Earned Second Team All-Patriot League honors in the heptathlon with a second place finish at the PL Indoor Championship with 4,790 points … Finished fourth at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship with 6,196 points in the decathlon … Had best performance of the season in the decathlon at the Charlotte Invitational, tallying 6,382 points … Selected to the Patriot League All-Academic team during the indoor season. 2015-16 (Freshman Season): Recorded 6,088 points in the decathlon at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship for second place … Finished in the top three in the javelin (1st), discus (3rd), pole vault (2nd), 1,500 (2nd) and 400 (2nd) … Placed fourth at the Patriot League Indoor Championship in the heptathlon with 4,553 points … Recorded two top-two performances during the heptathlon in the pole vault (2nd) and 1,000m (2nd). High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at North Kingstown High School in track and field … Garnered all-state honors all four years … Won the 300m hurdles in 2010 and 2014, recording the state record time of 38.13 in 2014 … Son of Sandra Stewart.


2018 TRACK & FIELD

Midshipmen Profiles

Aaron Watson

Kordell Williams

Sprints

Hurdles

Junior // 5-9 Union City, Mich. // Union City

Junior // 5-10 Upper Marlboro, Md. // DeMatha Catholic

Career Honors: 2017 IC4A All-East (4x100m Relay – Outdoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x100m Relay – Outdoor)

Career Honors: 2017 IC4A All-East (60m Hurdles – Indoor) 2016 IC4A All-East (110m Hurdles – Outdoor) 2016 IC4A All-East (60m Hurdles – Indoor) 2017 Patriot League Champion (110m Hurdles – Outdoor) 2017 Patriot League Champion (60m Hurdles – Indoor) 2017 First Team All-Patriot League (110m Hurdles – Outdoor) 2017 First Team All-Patriot League (60m Hurdles – Indoor) 2016 Second Team All-Patriot League (110m Hurdles – Outdoor) Patriot League Rookie of the Week (Jan. 18, 2016) Patriot League Rookie of the Week (Jan. 11, 2016) Patriot League Rookie of the Week (Dec. 7, 2015)

2016-17 (Sophomore Season): Earned IC4A All-East and Second Team All-Patriot League accolades as a member of the 4x100m relay team, finishing second in both competitions … Sprinter who ran the 60m (indoor), 100m (outdoor) and 200m (indoor/ outdoor) dashes … Posted a season-best time of 7.04 in the 60m dash at the ArmyNavy Indoor Star Meet to place sixth … Clocked a season-best 10.84 in the 100m dash twice at the Virginia Challenge and the Ross and Sharon Irwin Meet … Posted a top-10 finish (9th) at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship with a 10.99 in the 100m … Qualified for the IC4A Outdoor Championship in the 100m … In the 200m dash, clocked an indoor best 22.36 at the Navy Invitational, while timing out at 21.87 at the Charlotte Invite during the outdoor season. 2016-17 (Sophomore Season): Earned First Team All-Patriot League in the indoor 60m hurdles and the outdoor 110m hurdles, claiming first place in each event with times of 8.09 and 14.65, respectively … Notched a season-best time in the 60m hurdles at the Spire Division I Indoor Invitational with a time of 8.04 … Best time in the 110m hurdles came at the PL Outdoor Championship, clocking a 14.44 during the prelims to earn the top seed in the competition … Notched a season-best time of Sprints 53.44 in the 400m hurdles at the historic Penn Relays … Finished fourth in the 400m Junior // 6-3 hurdles at the PL Outdoor Championship with a time of 53.76 … Competed in the 60m hurdles at the IC4A Indoor Championship, earning All-East accolades. Scottsdale, Ariz. // St. Mary’s

Simon Whitfield

2015-16 (Freshman Season): Earned All-East honors at the IC4A Outdoor Championship with a fourth-place 110m hurdle time of 14.37 … Placed second in the 110m hurdles at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship with a time of 14.27 … Won the 400m hurdles at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet with a time of 53.89 2016-17 (Sophomore Season): Helped the Navy 4x400m relay team win at the … Garnered All-East laurels in the 60m hurdles at the IC4A Indoor Championship Patriot League Outdoor Championship to earn First Team All-League honors … Posted with a time of 8.08 … Finished third in the 60m hurdles at the Patriot League Indoor a season-best time of 48.88 at the Patriot League Indoor Championship, finishing in Championship, clocking in at 8.14 … Won the 60m hurdles with a time of 8.07 at the third place … Clocked a 49.00 in the 400m during the UC San Diego Challenge … Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet. Qualified for both the IC4A Indoor and Outdoor Championships in the 400m. High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at DeMatha Catholic High School 2015-16 (Freshman Season): Ran a leg of the first-place 4x400m relay team at in track and field … WCAC 300m Hurdles Champion … Placed second at High School the Patriot League Outdoor Championship … Clocked a season-best 400m time of Nationals in the Sprint Medley Relay … Team captain from 2012-14 … Earned Junior 49.04 at the Charlotte Invitational … Part of the first-place 4x400m relay team at Olympian and All-American laurels in 2013 … Son of Kenneth Williams and Gail Lucy. the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet. Career Honors: 2017 Patriot League Champion (4x400m Relay – Indoor) 2017 First Team All-Patriot League (4x400m Relay – Indoor)

High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at St. Mary’s High School in track and field … Won the 400m Division IV state championship title with a time of 49.12 in 2013 … Also won the 200m Division IV state championship title with a mark of 22.42 … Son of Scott and Lisa Whitfield … Father Scott is a 1981 graduate of the United States Naval Academy.

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Amanda Agana Mid-Sprints Junior // 5-4 Fayetteville, Ark. // Fayetteville Career Honors: 2016 All-East ECAC (500m – Indoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x400m Relay – Indoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x800m Relay – Indoor) 2016 Second Team All-Patriot League (800m – Outdoor) 2016-17 (Sophomore Season): Member of the 4x400m and 4x800m relay teams that finished second at the Patriot League Indoor Championship to claim Second Team All-League honors … Posted a fourth place finish in the 500m dash at the Patriot League Indoor Championship with a season-best time of 1:13.66 … Earned a seventh place finish at the ECAC Indoor Championship with a time of 1:14.07 in the 500m … Claimed first in the 500m at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Series Meet with a time of 1:15.29 … Took first place honors in the 400m at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Series Meet, helping the Midshipmen earn the Star. 2015-16 (Freshman Season): Earned Second Team All-Patriot League with a second-place finish in the 800m run with a time of 2:09.16 at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship … Won the 800m run at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet with a time of 2:11.46 … Helped the 4x400-meter relay team win the Army-Navy Outdoor Star meet with a time of 3:49.68 … Ran a season-best 57.75 in the 400meter dash at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet … Placed fifth at the ECAC Indoor Championship in the 500m with a time of 1:13.56 … Won the 800m run at the Sweetheart Multi-Mix Madness with a time of 2:16.48.

2014-15 (Freshman Season): Recorded a season-best mark of 133-0 (40.54m) in the hammer throw at the McDaniel Twilight … Tallied a season-high discus throw of 114-11 (35.04m) at the McDaniel Twilight Invite … Placed fifth in the weight throw with a mark of 43-8 (13.31m) at the Sweetheart Multi-Mix … Finished 18th at the Patriot League Indoor Championship in the shot put with a mark of 33-6.5 (10.22m). High School / Personal: A four-year letterwinner at Lima Bath High School … Named team captain as a senior … Also lettered three years in soccer and basketball and one year in volleyball … Named a team captain during junior year in soccer and senior year in basketball … Earned Third Team All-WBL laurels two-straight years in soccer (2012, ‘13) … Member of the National Honor Society … Daughter of Thomas and Rebecca Brandon.

Rosemary Brinegar Pole Vault Junior // 5-8 Coppell, Texas // Coppell Career Honors: 2017 ECAC All-East (Pole Vault – Indoor) 2017 Patriot League Champion (Pole Vault – Indoor) 2017 First Team All-Patriot League (Pole Vault – Indoor)

2016-17 (Sophomore Season): Eared First Team All-Patriot League by winning the pole vault during the PL Indoor Championship with a eight of 3.75m … Placed fifth at the ECAC Indoor Championship in the pole vault with a jump of 3.70m … Had a season-best jump of 3.86m in the pole vault at the Multi-Mix Meet during the indoor season … Recorded a first place finish against Army in the Indoor Star Series Meet with a jump of 3.75m … Posted a season-best pole vault performance of 3.55m at High School / Personal: Three-year letter winner at Fayetteville High School in track the Patriot League Outdoor Championship. and field … Earned All-State and All-City honors in 2013 … Guided squad to back-toback State Championships in 2011 and 2012 … Also lettered three years in cross 2015-16 (Freshman Season): Recorded a season-best pole vault mark of 11ftcountry, garnering All-State laurels in 2013 … Led cross country team to the State 3.75in (3.45m) at the McDaniel Twilight Meet … Placed ninth at the Patriot League Championship title in 2013 … Daughter of John and Carol Agana. Indoor Championship in the pole vault with a mark of 11ft-3.75in (3.45m).

Audrey Brandon Throws Senior // 5-8 Lima, Ohio // Lima Bath 2016-17 (Junior Season): Used a season-best throw of 14.45m in the weight throw at the Patriot League Indoor Championship to finish in the top-10 (8th) … Threw a season-best mark of 11.53m at the Navy Lid Lifter in the shot put during the indoor season … During the outdoor season, threw for a season-long distance of 11.10m in the shot put at the Hopkins Classic … Claimed a third place finish at the McDaniel Twilight in the hammer throw with a distance of 45.50m … Notched a season-best throw of 29.86m in the javelin at the Navy Open. 2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Placed eighth at the Towson Invitational with a javelin throw of 102ft-11in (31.38m) … Tallied a hammer throw mark of 135ft5in (41.29m) at the McDaniel Twilight Meet for a season-best mark … Recorded a season-best shot put mark of 37ft-10.5in (11.54m) at the Sweetheart Multi-Mix … Placed third at the Navy Lid Lifter with a season-best weight throw of 47ft-7.25in (14.51m).

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High School / Personal: Three-year letterwinner at Coppell High School in track and field … Named All-District three consecutive seasons (2012, ’13, ‘14) … Member of National Honor Society … Elected Senior Class Vice President … Daughter of Frank and Christina Brinegar.


2018 TRACK & FIELD

Midshipmen Profiles

Brittany Burg

Alyssa Chang

Mid-Sprints // TEAM CAPTAIN

Jumps // Multis

Senior // 5-4 Gasport, N.Y. // Mercersburg Academy

Senior // 5-6 Chula Vista, Calif. // Otay Ranch

Career Honors: 2017-18 Team Captain (Indoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (400m Hurdles – Outdoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x400m Relay – Outdoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x400m Relay – Indoor) 2016 Second Team All-Patriot League (400m Hurdles – Outdoor)

2016-17 (Junior Season): Recorded a season-best time of 9.24 in the 60m hurdles for a third place finish at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet … Clocked a season-best time of 14.95 in the 100m hurdles during the outdoor season at the Navy Open.

2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Ran a season-best 100m hurdle time of 15.01 at the James Madison Invitational … Recorded a season-best high jump mark of 4ft-11in (1.50m) at the McDaniel Twilight Meet … Clocked a season-best 60-meter hurdle time 2016-17 (Junior Season): Claimed second place in the 400m hurdles with a season- of 9.23 at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet for third place … Finished 11th in the best time of 1:01.35 at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship to earn Second 200m dash with a season-best time of 28.74 at the Navy Mid-Week Invite. Team All-League honors … Member of the 4x400m relay team that earned Second Team All-Patriot League accolades during the indoor and outdoor seasons … Notched 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Recorded a season-best time of 15.39 in the 100m season-best time of 1:15.16 in the 500m dash at the PL Indoor Championship to finish hurdles at the George Mason Spring Invite … Placed second in the 60m hurdles with sixth overall … Qualified for the ECAC Championships in the 500m (indoor) and 400m a time of 9.35 at the Navy Blue & Gold Meet … Finished eighth in the 60m dash with hurdles (outdoor) … Posted a first place finish in the 400m hurdles at the Army-Navy a time of 8.43 at the Navy Blue & Gold Meet. Outdoor Star Series Meet with a time of 1:02.43, helping the Midshipmen earn the Star … Recorded a second place finish in the 500m dash against Army with a time High School / Personal: Member of the National Honor Society … Daughter of Dallas of 1:16.22. Chang and Terri Visnick-Chang. 2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Garnered Second Team All-Patriot League laurels with a second-place finish in the 400m hurdles with a time of 1:01.37, which was a season best … Placed first in the 400m hurdles with a time of 1:02.89 at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet … A leg of the first-place 4x400m relay team at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet with a time of 3:49.68 … Part of the fourth-place 4x400-meter team (3:50.94) at the Patriot League Indoor Championship … Won the 500m run at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet with a time of 1:15.62. 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Recorded a 400m hurdle time of 1:08.10 at the Towson Invite for sixth place … Finished eighth in the 500m run at the Navy Indoor Invite with a time of 1:20.05 … Ran a season-high time of 59.06 in the 400m dash at the James Madison Quad … Clocked a season-best time of 43.48 in the 300m dash at the Terrapin Invite … Placed seventh in the 60m dash at the Sweetheart Multi-Mix with a time of 8.28.

Ashanti Curry Throws // TEAM CAPTAIN Senior // 5-6 Jacksonville, N.C. // Northside High Career Honors: 2017-18 Team Captain (Outdoor)

2016-17 (Junior Season): Posted a season-best throw of 13.98m in the shot put at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet, earning second place in the event … Placed fourth at the Patriot League Indoor Championship in the shot put with a throw of 13.43m … Notched season-best throws of 14.98m in the shot put and 49.16m in the hammer High School / Personal: Daughter of Robert and Ginger Burg … Has a brother, at the Hopkins Classic … Placed second in the shot at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Bobby. Meet with a throw of 13.79m … Recorded a fourth place finish in the shot put at the PL Outdoor Championship, while finishing seventh in the hammer with a throw of 48.47m … Qualified for the ECAC Outdoor Championship in the shot put. 2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Tallied top-five finishes at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship, placing fourth in the shot put (43ft-10.75in; 13.38m) and fifth in the hammer throw (160ft-2in; 48.83m) … Recorded second-place finishes in both the shot put (45ft-8in; 13.92m) and hammer throw (159ft-8in ; 48.66m) at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet … Placed third at the Patriot League Indoor Championship with a shot put mark of 45ft-11.75in (14.01m) … Won the shot put at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet with a throw of 45ft-9.75in (13.96m). 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Threw a fifth-place hammer throw mark of 1561(47.59m) at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship … Tallied a third-place finish in the shot put at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship with a season-high throw of 48-6.25 (14.79m) … Placed second at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet in the shot put with a throw of 44-3.75 (13.49m) … Finished fourth at the James Madison Quad in the discus throw with a season-high mark of 106-7 (32.50m) … Recorded a ninth-place mark in the weight throw of 44-7.5 (13.60m) at the Patriot Games … Tallied 2362 points in the indoor pentathlon at the Sweetheart Multi-Mix.

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High School / Personal: A three-year letterwinner in basketball at Northside High School … Named the Conference Player of the Year and Tournament MVP in 2013 … Led team to three-straight conference championships (2011, ’12, ‘13) … Member of the National Honor Society … Daughter of Laurence II and Tammie Dean.

Aaliyah Gordon Sprints Senior // 5-7 Tampa, Fla. // Robinson 2016-17 (Junior Season): Posted a season-best time of 8.00 in the 60m dash two times – at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet and the Navy Mid-Week Invite … Turned in a time of 25.27 in the 200m dash during the indoor season at the Wesley Brown Invitational … Recorded a time of 25.43 in the 200m at the Patriot League Indoor Championship … During the outdoor season, clocked season-best times of 12.63 in the 100m and 25.64 in the 200m at the Navy Open … Finished with a 13.38 (100m) and a 26.22 (200m) at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet.

Evelyn Jansen Distance Senior // 5-4 Providence, R.I. // Portsmouth Abbey 2016-17 (Junior Season): Notched a season-best time of 10:54.59 in the indoor 3,000m run at the Wesley Brown Invitational … Clocked a time of 18:17.97 in the indoor 5,000m during the Navy Lid Lifter … Finished fifth in the 5,000m at the ArmyNavy Outdoor Star Meet with a season-best time of 18:36.64. 2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Ran a season-best 3,000m steeplechase time of 11:54.87 at the Navy Spring Invite … Recorded a season-best 3,000m time of 10:48.18 at the Patriot League Indoor Championship … Finished fifth in the 5,000m run with a time of 18:12.20 at the Multi-Mix Sweetheart Meet. 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Tallied a season-best 3,000m steeplechase time of 11:56.08 at the McDaniel Twilight Meet … Ran an indoor season-best mile time of 5:19.68 at the Navy Blue & Gold Meet … Clocked a season-best indoor 1,000m time of 3:08.88 at the Patriot Games.

2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Tallied a season-best 200m time of 25.86 at the McDaniel Twilight Meet … Recorded a season-best 60m dash time of 8.24 at the High School / Personal: Four-time All-State, including three seasons as a first team Patriot League Indoor Championship … Placed third in the 200m dash at the Armymember (2009, ‘10, ‘11) … Guided squad to the 2009 New England Championship Navy Indoor Star Meet with a time of 25.92. title and the Rhode State Championship twice (2009, ‘10) … Named team captain during senior campaign … Earned four letters in both cross country and lacrosse … 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Recorded a time of 13.25 in the 100m dash at the Daughter of Kevin and Mary Jane Jansen. George Mason Spring Invite … Ran a season-best time of 8.31 at the 60m dash at the Navy Lid Lifter … Finished ninth in the 200m dash with a time of 26.61 at the James Madison Quad Invite … Clocked a 1:03.04 in the 400m dash at the McDaniel Twilight.

Kara Kakascik

High School / Personal: A four-year letterwinner at Robinson High School … Earned All-County honors in 2012 … Placed sixth at the State Championship in 2013 … Led team to a Western Conference Championship … Member of the National Honor Society.

Lauren Heaton Mid-Sprints Sophomore // 5-4 Russia, Ohio // Russia Career Honors: 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x400m Relay – Outdoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (Distance Medley Relay – Indoor)

Mid-Distance Sophomore // 5-4 Weirton, W.Va. // Catholic Central Career Honors: 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x800m Relay – Indoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (Distance Medley Relay – Indoor) 2016-17 (Freshman Season): Member of the Navy 4x800m and distance medley relay teams that earned Second Team All-Patriot League accolades at the PL Indoor Championship … Individually, competed in the 800m run during the indoor and outdoor seasons as a plebe … Posted a season-best time of 2:11.97 in the 800m during the Patriot League Indoor Championship to finish in third place … Recorded a best time of 2:13.97 in the 800m during the outdoor campaign at the Hopkins Classic … Finished in the top-10 (9th) at the PL Outdoor Championship with a 2:14.67 in the 800m … Finished second in the 800m at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet to help the Midshipmen earn the Star.

2016-17 (Freshman Season): Earned Second Team All-Patriot League honors as a member of the 4x400m relay (outdoor) and distance medley relay (indoor) … Individually, competed in the 400m dash in both the indoor and outdoor seasons as a High School / Personal: A 2016 Catholic Central High School, lettering for four plebe … Clocked a season-best time of 59.17 during the indoor campaign at the Navy seasons in track and field … Earned All-State laurels in 2015 and 2016 … Daughter Mid-Week Invite … Recorded a best time of 59.47 at the Hopkins Classic during the of Thomas and Mary Kakascik. outdoor season … Placed fourth in the 400m with a time of 1:00.42 at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet … Also competed in the 800m at the Delaware Classic, registering a time of 2:20.02. High School / Personal: A 2016 graduate of Russia High School … Four-year letterwinner in track and field … Won the 2014 State Championship title in the 400m dash … Part of the 2013 4x800m Relay State Championship squad … Four-time All-County member (2013, ’14, ’15, ‘16) … Daughter of Brad and Angela Heaton.

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Wade-Watta Kamara Sprints Senior // 5-7 Virginia Beach, Va. // Green Run

2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Earned First Team All-Patriot League honors with a first-place pole vault mark of 12ft-5.5in (3.80m) … Won the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet pole vault with a mark of 12ft-1.5in (3.70m) … Recorded a season-best triple jump mark of 34ft-2.25in (10.42m) at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet … Garnered Second Team Indoor All-Patriot League laurels, placing second in the pole vault at 12ft-1.5in (3.70m).

2014-15 (Freshman Season): Recorded a season-best pole vault mark of 12-3.5 (3.75m) at the McDaniel Twilight Meet … Finished 15th in the pole vault at the ECAC Outdoor Championship with a mark of 12-0 (3.66m) … Placed third at the Army-Navy 2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Ran a season-best 60m dash time of 7.95 at the Outdoor Star Meet in the pole vault with a mark of 11-11.75 (3.65m) … Cleared Patriot League Indoor Championship … Finished second in the 60m at the Army-Navy the pole vault bar at 11-9.75 (3.60m) for fourth place at the Patriot League Indoor Indoor Star Meet with a time of 8.09. Championship … Recorded a second-place pole vault performance at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet with a mark of 11-9.75(3.60m). 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Navy’s top sprinter in both the 60m (indoor) and 100m (outdoor) dash … Placed eighth in the 100m dash with a time of 12.41 at High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at Gates Chili High School … Led the Patriot League Outdoor Championship … Finished third in the 100m dash at the team to a third-place finish at the Indoor State Championship in 2013 … Also lettered Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet with a time of 13.06 … Ran a season-best 7.96 in the four years in soccer … Earned All-County honors three-straight seasons (2011, ’12, 60m dash at the Patriot League Indoor Championship for eighth place in the semifinal ‘13) … Garnered team MVP and All-Greater Rochester laurels in 2012 and 2013 … race … Clocked a time of 8.06 in the 60m at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet for Daughter of Glenn and Diane Kearns. fourth place. 2016-17 (Junior Season): Did not compete during the season.

High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at Green Run High School … Daughter of Duannah Kamara and Hnede Appleton.

Charlene Kearns Pole Vault Senior // 5-7 Rochester, N.Y. // Gates Chili Career Honors: 2017 ECAC All-East (Pole Vault – Indoor) 2017 Patriot League Champion (Pole Vault – Outdoor) 2016 Patriot League Champion (Pole Vault – Outdoor) 2017 First Team All-Patriot League (Pole Vault – Outdoor) 2016 First Team All-Patriot League (Pole Vault – Outdoor) 2016 Second Team All-Patriot League (Pole Vault – Indoor)

Phoebe Kirk Mid-Distance Sophomore // 5-7 Ewa Beach, Hawaii // Sacred Hearts Academy Career Honors: 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x800m Relay – Indoor) 2016-17 (Freshman Season): Member of the Navy 4x800m relay team that earned Second Team All-Patriot League accolades at the PL Indoor Championship … Competed in the 800m race during the indoor and outdoor seasons … Posted a season-best time of 2:14.47 in the 800m at the Patriot League Indoor Championship to finish in seventh place … Recorded best time at the PL Outdoor Championship with a time of 2:16.82 … Claimed third place at the Army-Navy Star Meets with times of 2:17.79 (indoor) and 2:17.55 (outdoor).

High School / Personal: A 2016 Sacred Hearts Academy High School graduate, 2016-17 (Junior Season): Earned First Team All-Patriot League accolades with a lettering for four years in cross country and track and field … Two-time 800m State first place finish in the pole vault with a season-best jump of 3.70m at the PL Outdoor Champion (2015, ‘16) … Won the 1,500m State Championship in 2016 … Daughter Championship … Also tallied jumps of 3.70m at the Army-Navy Outdoor Meet and of Kevin and Carole Kirk. Navy Open, finishing in first place at both meets … Notched best indoor performance in the pole vault at the ECAC Indoor Championship, recording a height of 3.80m to finish the event in fourth place and earn All-East honors … Finished third at the Patriot League Indoor Championship with a height of 3.65m … Came in second place at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet.

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Erin McDonnell

Christina Quigley

Distance

Sprints

Junior // 5-5 Traverse City, Mich. // St. Francis

Sophomore // 5-6 Lorton, Va. // South County

Career Honors: 2017 First Team CoSIDA Academic All-District

Career Honors: 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x400m Relay – Outdoor) 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (4x400m Relay – Indoor)

2016-17 (Sophomore Season): Recorded a time of 9:52.30 in the 3,000m run at the Patriot League Indoor Championship to finish sixth … Posted a second place finish in the 3,000m with a time of 9:59.37 at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet … Clocked a season-best 5:02.03 in the mile at the Wesley Brown Invitational … In the classroom, named First Team CoSIDA Academic All-District.

2016-17 (Freshman Season): Member of the Navy 4x400m relay team that captured Second Team All-Patriot League accolades during the PL Indoor and Outdoor Championships … Recorded a season-best time of 57.66 in the 400m dash at the Patriot League Indoor Championship … Notched fourth place finishes at the ArmyNavy Indoor Star Meet in the 200m and 400m dashes … Clocked a season-best time 2015-16 (Freshman Season): Ran a season-best time of 4:46.24 in the 1,500m of 1:03.87 in the 400m hurdles at the PL Outdoor Championship … Finished third run at the McDaniel Twilight Meet … Recorded a 3,000m run time of 10:05.10 at at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet in the 400m hurdles with a time of 1:04.13, helping the Midshipmen earn the Star. the Navy Lid Lifter. High School / Personal: A three-year letterwinner at St. Francis High School in cross country … Garnered 2013 Academic All-State accolades … Named team captain during senior campaign … Member of the National Honor Society … Daughter of Jim McDonnell and Ann Kvenker.

High School / Personal: A 2016 graduate of South County High School … Lettered four seasons in track and field … Three-time All-Conference honoree … Garnered All-Region laurels in 2015 … Member of the National Honor Society … Daughter of Brian and Anna Quigley.

Allison Parks

Maggie Ruud

Distance

Pole Vault

Senior // 5-6 Lisbon, Ohio // United Local

Senior // 5-11 Fairfax Station, Va. // Lake Braddock

Career Honors: 2016 Second Team All-Patriot League (3,000m Steeplechase – Outdoor) 2015 Second Team All-Patriot League (3,000m Steeplechase – Outdoor) 2016-17 (Junior Season): Recorded first place finishes in the 3,000m steeplechase at the Hopkins Classic (10:56.97 – season best) and Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet (11:01.55) … Ran the 3,000m during the indoor season at five meets, clocking a season-best time of 10:05.22 at the Navy Lid Lifter. 2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Earned Second Team All-Patriot League laurels with a second-place 3,000m steeplechase time of 10:56.64 at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship … Placed second in the steeplechase with a time of 11:13.83 at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet … Ran a season-best mile time of 5:17.08 at the Navy Mid-Week Invite.

Career Honors: 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (Pole Vault – Outdoor) 2016-17 (Junior Season): Placed second in the pole vault with a season-best height of 3.70m at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship to earn Second Team AllPatriot League accolades … Posted best height of 3.70m at the McDaniel Twilight … Notched a top height of 3.65m at the Patriot League Indoor Championship to finish in fourth … Qualified for the ECAC Outdoor Championship in the pole vault. 2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Recorded a season-best pole vault mark of 11ft0.75in (3.37m) at the Spire D-1 Invitational … Tallied a season-best 400m dash time of 59.22 at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet for third place.

2014-15 (Freshman Season): Placed first in the pole vault at the Sweetheart MultiMix meet with a mark of 10-4 (3.15m) … Recorded a season-best weight throw of 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Placed second in the 3,000m steeplechase with a 39-1 (11.91m) at the Navy Winter Invitational … Tallied a shot put mark of 34-0 time of 10:52.78 at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship to earn All-League (10.36m) at the Navy Blue & Gold Meet. accolades … Finished third in the 1,500m run at the James Madison Quad Invite with a time of 4:44.73 … Ran a 2:24.30 in the 800m run at the Sweetheart Multi-Mix … High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner at Lake Braddock High School … Clocked a 5:23.52 at the Navy Winter Invitational in the mile run. Placed first in shot put at the Conference Championship in 2014 … Earned All-State honors in the pole vault and shot put in 2014 … Helped lead indoor squad to a Regional High School / Personal: Lettered four years in both cross country and track and field Championship and outdoor team to a Conference Championship during the 2013-14 … Named team captain during junior and senior cross country campaign … Tabbed season … Daughter of Paul and Judy Ruud. All-State and All-County in four-straight seasons (2010-14) in cross country … Also a four-year All-State and All-County member in track and field … Captained track and field team for three seasons (2011-14) … Daughter of Rodney Parks and Joyce Harris … Sister, Sierra Parks (’15), also attended the Naval Academy.

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Midshipmen Profiles

Kaitlyn Stafford

Haley Unger

Pole Vault

Throws

Sophomore // 5-2 Friendswood, Texas // Friendswood

Senior // 5-11 Marlboro, N.J. // Marlboro

Career Honors: 2017 Second Team All-Patriot League (Pole Vault – Indoor)

2016-17 (Junior Season): Recorded a season-best throw of 11.58m in the shot put during the indoor season at the Navy Mid-Week Invite … During the outdoor season, notched a season-long throw of 11.61m in the shot at the George Mason Spring Invite 2016-17 (Freshman Season): Recorded a second place finish in the pole vault … Had a best throw of 10.36m in the weight throw at the Wesley Brown Invitational with a season-best height of 3.75m at the Patriot League Indoor Championship … In the javelin, registered a throw of 34.22m at the George Mason Spring Invite … to earn Second Team All-Patriot League honors … Qualified for the ECAC Indoor Took second place in the javelin at the Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet. Championship … Had a top vault of 3.55m on two occasions during the outdoor season – at the Hopkins Classic and at the George Mason Spring Invite … Placed 2015-16 (Sophomore Season): Member of the Navy women’s basketball team … eighth in the pole vault at the PL Outdoor Championship. Played in 25 games and started in 11 for the women’s basketball team … Averaged 2.7 points and 3.1 rebounds … Tallied 17 steals and seven blocks. High School / Personal: A 2016 graduate of Friendswood High School … Lettered three seasons in track and field … Led squad to the Texas UIL Region 3 6A 2014-15 (Freshman Season): Started all 30 games played for the women’s Championship title … Named team captain as a senior … Member of the National basketball team … Opened the year by scoring 11 points and grabbing seven rebounds Honor Society … Daughter of Eric and Susanne Stafford. at North Carolina A&T, then produced 10 points and three rebounds at Elon … Was 8-of-13 from the floor in those two games … Made 5-of-10 shots from the field in scoring 12 points against Grand Canyon … Scored nine points in three additional games … Snared five or more rebounds in 14 games … Totaled a season-high nine rebounds against Holy Cross … Had eight-rebound games at Lafayette and against Colgate … Recorded three steals in three games … Made at least 50 percent of her Sprints shots from the floor in eight games.

Regine Tugade

Sophomore // 5-4 Dededo, Guam // John F. Kennedy

High School / Personal: Graduated from Marlboro High School … Earned four letters in both basketball and volleyball … In basketball, earned three First-Team All-District honors and two First-Team All-State (N.J.) accolades … Garnered All-Conference nods Career Honors: in both sports as a senior … Tallied over 1,000 points as well as 1,000 rebounds 2016 Summer Olympics (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) during prep career … Part of volleyball teams that won three district titles and one 2016-17 (Freshman Season): Competed in the 60m (indoor), 100m (outdoor), 200m conference crown … Sister swam while attending Marist. (indoor / outdoor), long jump (indoor / outdoor), and triple jump (indoor) as a plebe … Posted a season-best time of 8.05 in the 60m dash at the Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet … Notched top time in the 100m dash of 12.53 at the Hopkins Classic … Clocked times of 26.35 (indoor) and 26.28 (outdoor) in the 200m at the Wesley Brown Invitational and Delaware Classic, respectively … Had an indoor best long jump mark of 4.80 at the Towson Tiger Invitational, while posting a top outdoor jump of 4.83m at the Hopkins Classic … Recorded a distance of 9.38m in the triple jump at the Navy Mid-Week Invite. High School / Personal: A 2016 graduate of John F. Kennedy High School … Competed in the 2016 Olympics in Rio, finishing third in the 100m preliminary heat with a time of 12.34 … Ran in the IAAF 2015 World Championship … Lettered four seasons in track and field during high school … Earned All-Island gold medals for fourstraight seasons … Member of the National Honor Society … Daughter of Rizaldy and Jeanelyn Tugade.

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2016-17 Season in Review – Indoor (MEN) PATRIOT LEAGUE INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP // BOSTON, MASS.

IC4A CHAMPIONSHIP // BOSTON, MASS.

Patriot League Finish (Points): 1st (187 Points) Patriot League Championship Awards: Stephen Cooksey, Coach of the Meet First Team All-Patriot League (Champions): Cam DeCoursey (4x400m Relay), Nate Gainey (500m, 4x400m Relay), Dan Kelly (4x400m Relay), Simon Whitfield (4x400m Relay), Kordell Williams (60m Hurdles) Second Team All-Patriot League (Runner Ups): John Campbell (Weight Throw), Devin Enslen (200m), Josh Hanna (1,000m), Dan Kelly (400m), Griffie Loy (Shot Put), Benjamin Stewart (Heptathlon), Khaalif Wolfe (Triple Jump)

IC4A Finish (Points): 7th (38 Points) IC4A Champions: None ALL-EAST: Devin Enslen (200m, Second), Dan Kelly (400m, Eighth), Nate Gainey (500m, Third), Ryan McCoy (3,000m, Seventh), Kordell Williams (60m Hurdles, Fourth), Tyler Russell (High Jump, Fourth), Ryan Herrera-Murphy (Pole Vault, Eighth), John Campbell (Shot Put, Fourth)

2017 ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE PERFORMANCES

200 METERS Place Name 2nd Devin Enslen 4th Devin Enslen (p) 13th Demetrius Lanier (p)

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 03/05 03/05 03/05

Time 21.37 21.60 21.93

400 METERS Place Name 4th Dan Kelly (p) 8th Dan Kelly 21st Simon Whitfield (p)

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 03/05 03/05 03/05

Time 48.31 48.47 49.31

500 METERS Place Name 7th Nate Gainey (p) 3rd Nate Gainey

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 03/05 03/05

Time 1:03.16 1:03.25

1,000 METERS Place Name 4th Josh Hanna 7th Josh Hanna (p)

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 03/05 03/05

Time 2:24.64 2:26.69

1-MILE Place Name 9th Cory Donley 10th Cory Donley (p) 24th Jake Brophy (p)

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 03/05 03/05 03/05

Time 4:09.44 4:09.91 4:13.70

3,000 METERS Place Name 7th Ryan McCoy

Meet IC4A Championship

Date 03/05

Time 8:13.21

60m HURDLES Place Name 4th Kordell Williams 7th Kordell Williams (s) 4th Kordell Williams (p) 17th Malcolm White Jr. (p)

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 03/05 03/05 03/05 03/05

Time 8.13 8.16 8.17 8.43

HIGH JUMP Place Name 4th Tyler Russell

Meet IC4A Championship

Date 03/05

Mark 2.04m (6-08.25)

POLE VAULT Place Name Meet 8th Ryan Herrera-Murphy IC4A Championship 14th Stefano Pineda IC4A Championship

Date 03/05 03/05

Mark 4.95m (16-02.75) 4.80m (15-09.00)

SHOT PUT Place Name 4th John Campbell 14th Sean Brennan

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 03/05 03/05

Mark 17.03m (55-10.50) 15.64m (51-03.75)

WEIGHT THROW Place Name 12th Mike Milcarek 16th Sean Brennan

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 03/05 03/05

Mark 16.92m (55-06.25) 16.06m (52-08.25)

200 METERS Place Name 2nd Devin Enslen

Meet PL Championship

Date 02/19

Time 21.26

400 METERS Place Name 2nd Dan Kelly

Meet PL Championship

Date 02/19

Time 48.47

500 METERS Place Name 1st Nate Gainey

Meet PL Championship

Date 02/19

Time 1:02.49

1,000 METERS Place Name 2nd Josh Hanna 60m HURDLES Place Name 1st Kordell Williams 4x400m RELAY Place Name 1st Dan Kelly Cam DeCoursey Simon Whitfield Nate Gainey TRIPLE JUMP Place Name 2nd Khaalif Wolfe

Meet PL Championship

Date 02/19

Time 2:27.41

Meet PL Championship

Date 02/19

Time 8.09

Meet PL Championship

Date 02/19

Time 3:15.33

Meet PL Championship

Date 02/19

Mark 15.25m (50-00.50)

SHOT PUT Place Name 2nd Griffie Loy

Meet PL Championship

Date 02/19

Mark 17.49m (57-04.75)

WEIGHT THROW Place Name 2nd John Campbell

Meet PL Championship

Date 02/19

Mark 18.72m (61-05.00)

HEPTATHLON Place Name 2nd Benjamin Stewart

Meet PL Championship

Date 02/19

Points 4,790

2017 IC4A PERFORMANCES

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2016-17 Season in Review – Indoor (WOMEN) PATRIOT LEAGUE INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP // BOSTON, MASS.

ECAC CHAMPIONSHIP // BOSTON, MASS.

Patriot League Finish (Points): 3rd (112.33 Points) First Team All-Patriot League (Champions): Rosemary Brinegar (Pole Vault) Second Team All-Patriot League (Runner Ups): Amanda Agana (4x400m Relay, 4x800m Relay), Lily Brose (4x400m Relay), Brittany Burg (4x400m Relay), Lauren Heaton (Distance Medley Relay), Katie Jan (4x800m Relay, Distance Medley Relay), Kara Kakascik (4x800m Relay, Distance Medley Relay), Phoebe Kirk (4x800m Relay), Christina Quigley (4x400m Relay), Erin Seiffert (Distance Medley Relay), Kaitlyn Stafford (Pole Vault)

ECAC Finish (Points): 28th (9 Points) ECAC Champions: None ALL-EAST: Charlene Kearns (Pole Vault, Fourth), Rosemary Brinegar (Pole Vault, Fifth)

2017 ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE PERFORMANCES 4x400m RELAY Place Name 2nd Lily Brose Christina Quigley Brittany Burg Amanda Agana 4x800m RELAY Place Name 2nd Katie Jan Kara Kakascik Phoebe Kirk Amanda Agana DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY Place Name 2nd Erin Seiffert Lauren Heaton Kara Kakascik Katie Jan POLE VAULT Place Name 1st Rosemary Brinegar 2nd Kaitlyn Stafford

Meet PL Championship

Meet PL Championship

Meet PL Championship

Meet PL Championship PL Championship

Date 02/19

Date 02/19

Date 02/19

Date 02/19 02/19

Time 3:46.62

Time 8:53.78

Time 11:44.02

Mark 3.75m (12-03.50) 3.75m (12-03.50)

2017 ECAC PERFORMANCES 500 METERS Place Name 7th Amanda Agana (p) 25th Brittany Burg (p)

Meet Date ECAC Championship 03/05 ECAC Championship 03/05

Time 1:14.07 1:17.67

1,000 METERS Place Name 13th Ali Valenti (p)

Meet Date ECAC Championship 03/05

Time 2:54.99

1-MILE Place Name 20th Grace West (p)

Meet Date ECAC Championship 03/05

Time 4:55.44

5,000 METERS Place Name 20th Mary Cate Scully (p)

Meet Date ECAC Championship 03/05

Time 17:44.43

60m HURDLES Place Name 30th Hali McFadgen (p)

Meet Date ECAC Championship 03/05

Time 9.01

Meet Date ECAC Championship 03/05

Time 3:53.46

Meet Date ECAC Championship 03/05

Time 9:09.67

Meet Date ECAC Championship 03/05

Time 12:00.15

POLE VAULT Place Name 4th Charlene Kearns 5th Rosemary Brinegar 13th Kaitlyn Stafford –– Maggie Ruud

Meet ECAC Championship ECAC Championship ECAC Championship ECAC Championship

Date 03/05 03/05 03/05 03/05

Mark 3.80m (12-05.50) 3.70m (12-01.50) 3.60m (11-09.75) NH

LONG JUMP Place Name 15th Hali McFadgen

Meet Date ECAC Championship 03/05

Mark 5.36m (17-07.00)

4x400m RELAY Place Name 22nd Lily Brose (p) Christina Quigley Brittany Burg Lauren Heaton 4x800m RELAY Place Name 9th Katie Jan (p) Cat Goss Erin Seiffert Phoebe Kirk DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY Place Name 15th Erin Seiffert Lauren Heaton Phoebe Kirk Katie Jan

P – Prelims | S – Semifinals

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2016-17 Season in Review – Outdoor (MEN) PATRIOT LEAGUE OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP // BETHLEHEM, PA. Patriot League Finish (Points): 1st (264 Points) Patriot League Championship Awards: Stephen Cooksey, Coach of the Meet, Cameron Hurd, Rookie of the Meet First Team All-Patriot League (Champions): John Campbell (Hammer Throw), Jon Drablos (Pole Vault), Devin Enslen (200m), Cameron Hurd (400m Hurdles), Sean Richards (Javelin), Lucas Stalnaker (10,000m), Kordell Williams (110m Hurdles), Sam Williams (Steeplechase) Second Team All-Patriot League (Runner Ups): John Campbell (Discus), Devin Enslen (4x100m), Josh Hanna (1,500m), Demetrius Lanier (4x100m), Evan Lexo (4x100m), Griffie Loy (Shot Put), Tyler Russell (High Jump), Lucas Stalnaker (5,000m), Aaron Watson (4x100m), Malcolm White Jr. (110m Hurdles), Khaalif Wolfe (Triple Jump)

2017 ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE PERFORMANCES

POLE VAULT Place Name 1st Jonathan Drablos

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Mark 5.05m (16-06.75)

TRIPLE JUMP Place Name 2nd Khaalif Wolfe

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Mark 15.06m (49-05.00)

SHOT PUT Place Name 2nd Griffie Loy

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Mark 17.64m (57-10.75)

DISCUS Place Name 2nd John Campbell

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Mark 55.59m (182-04.75)

200 METERS Place Name 1st Devin Enslen

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Time 21.66

HAMMER THROW Place Name 1st John Campbell

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Mark 60.70m (199-02)

1,500 METERS Place Name 2nd Josh Hanna

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Time 3:49.09

JAVELIN Place Name 1st Sean Richards

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Mark 61.79m (202-09)

5,000 METERS Place Name 2nd Lucas Stalnaker

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Time 14:28.46

10,000 METERS Place Name 1st Lucas Stalnaker

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Time 30:19.93

110m HURDLES Place Name 1st Kordell Williams 2nd Malcolm White Jr.

Meet PL Championship PL Championship

Date 05/06 05/06

Time 14.65 14.84

400m HURDLES Place Name 1st Cameron Hurd

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Time 53.22

3,000m STEEPLECHASE Place Name 1st Samuel Williams

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Time 9:12.87

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Time 40.52

4x100m RELAY Place Name 2nd Aaron Watson Devin Enslen Evan Lexo Demetrius Lanier

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IC4A CHAMPIONSHIP // PRINCETON, N.J. IC4A Finish (Points): 3rd (45 Points) IC4A Champions: John Campbell (Discus), Sean Richards (Javelin) ALL-EAST: Sean Brennan (Shot Put, Eighth), John Campbell (Discus, First; Shot Put, Seventh), Cory Donley (1,500m, Seventh), Devin Enslen (4x100m, Second; 200m, Fourth), Bryson Kasper (Discus, Eighth), Demetrius Lanier (4x100m, Second), Evan Lexo (4x100m, Second), Griffie Loy (Shot Put, Third), Sean Richards (Javelin, First), Aaron Watson (4x100m, Second)

2017 IC4A PERFORMANCES 100 METERS Place Name 19th Aaron Watson 23rd Evan Lexo

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 05/14 05/14

Time 11.02 11.05

200 METERS Place Name 4th Devin Enslen

Meet IC4A Championship

Date 05/14

Time 21.33

400 METERS Place Name 14th Dan Kelly 17th John Finnegan 21st Simon Whitfield

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 05/14 05/14 05/14

Time 49.21 49.48 49.95

1,500 METERS Place Name 7th Cory Donley 25th Josh Hanna

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 05/14 05/14

Time 3:51.50 3:55.96

110m HURDLES Place Name 9th Kordell Williams

Meet IC4A Championship

Date 05/14

Time 14.63

400m HURDLES Place Name 17th Cameron Hurd

Meet IC4A Championship

Date 05/14

Time 54.91


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2016-17 Season in Review – Outdoor (MEN) 4x100m RELAY Place Name 2nd Aaron Watson Devin Enslen Evan Lexo Demetrius Lanier

Meet IC4A Championship

Date 05/14

Time 41.06

POLE VAULT Place Name Meet 9th Stefano Pineda IC4A Championship 9th Ryan Herrera-Murphy IC4A Championship

Date 05/14 05/14

Mark 5.00m (16-04.75) 5.00m (16-04.75)

TRIPLE JUMP Place Name 18th Cedric Williams

Meet IC4A Championship

Date 05/14

Mark 13.62m (44-08.25)

SHOT PUT Place Name 3rd Griffie Loy 7th John Campbell 8th Sean Brennan

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 05/14 05/14 05/14

Mark 17.48m (57-04.25) 16.44m (53-11.25) 16.38m (53-09.00)

DISCUS Place Name 1st John Campbell 8th Bryson Kasper 12th Mike Milcarek 13th Sean Brennan

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 05/14 05/14 05/14 05/14

Mark 54.34m (178-03) 49.84m (163-06) 47.96m (157-04) 47.92m (157-03)

HAMMER THROW Place Name 14th Mike Milcarek 15th Sean Brennan 18th Bryson Kasper

Meet IC4A Championship IC4A Championship IC4A Championship

Date 05/14 05/14 05/14

Mark 50.92m (167-01) 49.54m (162-06) 48.45m (158-11)

JAVELIN Place Name 1st Sean Richards

Meet IC4A Championship

Date 05/14

Mark 63.20m (207-04)

2016-17 Season in Review – Outdoor (WOMEN) PATRIOT LEAGUE OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP // BETHLEHEM, PA.

ECAC CHAMPIONSHIP // PRINCETON, N.J.

Patriot League Finish (Points): 5rd (85.5 Points) First Team All-Patriot League (Champions): Charlene Kearns (Pole Vault) Second Team All-Patriot League (Runner Ups): Maggie Ruud (Pole Vault), Brittany Burg (400m Hurdles, 4x400m Relay), Lily Brose (4x400m Relay), Lauren Heaton (4x400m Relay), Christina Quigley (4x400m Relay)

ECAC Finish (Points): N/A (0 Points) ECAC Champions: None ALL-EAST: None

2017 ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE PERFORMANCES

5,000 METERS Place Name 9th Claire Ostrowski

Meet Date ECAC Championship 05/14

Time 16:50.12

400m HURDLES Place Name 23rd Brittany Burg

Meet Date ECAC Championship 05/14

Time 1:02.53

POLE VAULT Place Name 13th Maggie Ruud

Meet Date ECAC Championship 05/14

Mark 3.55m (11-07.75)

SHOT PUT Place Name 14th Ashanti Curry

Meet Date ECAC Championship 05/14

Mark 12.93m (42-05.25)

DISCUS Place Name 14th Stephanie Simon 23rd Morgan Giraud

Meet Date ECAC Championship 05/14 ECAC Championship 05/14

Mark 42.34m (138-11) 39.49m (129-07)

400m HURDLES Place Name 2nd Brittany Burg 4x400m RELAY Place Name 2nd Lily Brose Lauren Heaton Christina Quigley Brittany Burg POLE VAULT Place Name 1st Charlene Kearns 2nd Maggie Ruud

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Time 1:01.35

Meet PL Championship

Date 05/06

Time 3:48.83

Meet PL Championship PL Championship

Date 05/06 05/06

Mark 3.70m (12-01.50) 3.70m (12-01.50)

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2018 TRACK & FIELD All-Time Indoor Prerformances (MEN) 60 Meters Rk Time 1. 6.73 2. 6.82 3. 6.84 4. 6.85 6.85 6. 6.87 6.87 6.87 6.87 10. 6.88 6.88 200 Meters  Rk Time 1. 21.01 2. 21.05 3. 21.19 4. 21.26 21.26 6. 21.31 7. 21.37 8. 21.40 21.40 8. 21.41 400 Meters Rk Time 1. 46.72 2. 46.90 3. 46.96 4. 47.16 5. 47.25 6. 47.36 7. 47.44 8. 47.53 9. 47.55 10. 47.57 500 Meters Rk Time 1. 1:00.84 2. 1:00.90 3. 1:01.53 4. 1:01.72 5. 1:01.80 6. 1:02.07 7. 1:02.10 8. 1:02.16 9. 1:02.21 10. 1:02.2– 800 Meters Rk Time 1. 1:48.46 2. 1:48.91 3. 1:49.29 4. 1:49.85 5. 1:50.02 6. 1:50.71 7. 1:50.73 1:50.73 9. 1:50.95 10. 1:50.98

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Name Jordan Sartor-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis Devin Enslen Jordan Sartor-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis Shun White Jordan Sartor-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis Name Jordan Sator-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis Devin Enslen Jordan Sartor-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis Devin Enslen Austin Batiste Jordan Sartor-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis Name Eric Porter Austin Batiste Eric Porter Austin Batiste Michael Greene Michael Greene Austin Batiste Austin Batiste Austin Batiste Efrem Venters Name Michael Greene Michael Greene Michael Greene Michael Greene Paul Harris Michael Greene Paul Harris Jeff Colvin Michael Greene Michael Greene Name Paul Harris Paul Harris Paul Harris Craig Meekins Paul Harris Paul Harris Paul Harris Doug Kay Craig Meekins Craig Meekins

Date 02/06/2016 01/16/2016 02/19/2016 02/22/2015 02/23/2014 02/06/2016 02/22/2015 02/01/2014 02/23/2008 01/31/2015 01/25/2014 Date 02/22/2015 03/09/2014 02/22/2015 02/19/2017 02/19/2016 02/22/2015 03/05/2017 02/22/2015 02/06/2016 01/16/2016 Date 03/07/2004 03/19/2014 03/06/2004 02/19/2016 02/13/1988 01/31/1986 02/06/2016 03/06/2016 02/13/2016 03/04/1990 Date 03/07/1987 03/08/1987 03/13/1987 01/24/1987 01/19/2008 02/28/1987 03/04/2006 03/09/1980 03/01/1987 01/16/1987

1,000 Meters Rk Time 1. 2:23.51 2. 2:24.0– 3. 2:24.1– 4. 2:24.40 5. 2:24.53 6. 2:24.57 7. 2:24.64 8. 2:24.67 9. 2:24.6– 10. 2:24.71

Name Lance Davidson Dallas Roper Dallas Roper Lance Davidson Scott Abel Jere Fisher Josh Hanna Scott Abel Lloyd Wright Jeff Wolstenholme

Date 03/01/1987 01/15/1983 02/05/1983 03/08/1987 02/23/1986 02/18/1983 03/05/2017 02/13/1986 02/17/1984 01/17/1986

Mile Run Rk Time 1. 4:00.77 2. 4:01.49 3. 4:01.56 4. 4:01.57 5. 4:02.23 6. 4:02.64 7. 4:02.78 8. 4:02.70 9. 4:03.42 10. 4:03.4– (m)

Name Steve Schroeder Steve Schroeder Erik Schmidt Michael Ryan Erik Schmidt Greg Keller Steve Schroeder Greg Keller Erik Schmidt Mike Kohrs

Date 02/13/2016 01/30/2016 03/06/2004 01/23/1999 03/13/2004 02/06/1992 02/19/2016 02/13/1993 02/14/2004 02/12/1983

60-Meter Hurdles Rk Time 1. 8.04 2. 8.06 3. 8.07 8.07 8.07 6. 8.08 8.08 8. 8.09 8.09 8.09

Name Kordell Williams Kordell Williams Kordell Williams Kordell Williams Adesina Ekundayo Kordell Williams Mitch Simmonds Kordell Williams Kordell Williams Adesina Ekundayo

Date 02/11/2017 01/21/2017 02/04/2017 02/06/2016 02/24/2002 03/06/2016 02/03/2013 02/19/2017 12/01/2015 02/22/2004

High Jump Rk Mark 1. 7-06.00 (2.29m) 2. 7-05.75 (2.28m) 7-05.75 (2.28m) 4. 7-05.25 (2.27m) 5. 7-04.25 (2.24m) 6. 7-03.25 (2.23m) 7. 7-03.25 (2.22m) 7-03.25 (2.22m) 9. 7-03.00 (2.21m)

Name Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams

Date 03/12/1983 03/13/1982 02/20/1982 03/16/1981 03/06/1983 01/22/1983 02/27/1982 03/08/1981 03/11/1983

Name Jiles Maness Jiles Maness Mark Vetere Matthew Poirier Jiles Maness Jiles Maness Jiles Maness Matthew Poirier Rob Tomlinson Mark Vetere Rob Tomlinson

Date 01/24/2015 02/21/2014 02/01/2014 01/23/1999 01/31/2015 12/01/2015 02/06/2016 02/06/1999 03/01/1997 02/03/2013 02/01/1997

3,000 Meters Rk Time 1. 7:55.12 2. 7:55.24 3. 7:56.23 4. 7:56.90 5. 7:58.61 6. 7:59.3– 7. 8:00.14 8. 8:01.72 9. 8:01.89 10. 8:02.09

Name Cody Rome Cody Rome Greg Keller Ron Harris Steve Schroeder Ron Harris Ron Harris Greg Keller Ron Harris Ron Harris

Date 03/05/2011 03/03/2012 01/29/1993 03/13/1987 01/15/2015 03/08/1987 03/14/1986 01/25/1992 03/09/1986 03/01/1987

Pole Vault Rk Mark 1. 17-02.75 (5.25m) 17-02.75 (5.25m) 3. 17-01.75 (5.23m) 4. 17-01.50 (5.22m) 5. 17-00.75 (5.20m) 6. 17-00.00 (5.19m) 17-00.00 (5.19m) 8. 17-00.00 (5.18m) 9. 16-10.75 (5.15m) 10. 16-09.25 (5.11m) 16-09.25 (5.11m)

5,000 Meters Rk Time 1. 14:03.10 2. 14:04.–– 3. 14:10.63 4. 14:10.67 5. 14:12.51 6. 14:13.32 7. 14:14.20 8. 14:16.45 9. 14:16.87 10. 14:17.73

Name Andrew Hanko John Mentzer Cody Rome Todd Washburn Bruce Frame Todd Washburn Christopher Galvin John Clopeck Sam Peckham Lucas Stalnaker

Date 02/19/2011 01/26/1997 02/18/2012 02/08/1993 02/27/1994 01/29/1993 03/02/2013 02/26/1984 02/22/2015 01/16/2016

Long Jump Rk Mark 1. 24-07.00 (7.49m) 2. 24-07.00 (7.49m) 3. 24-03.75 (7.41m) 4. 24-02.25 (7.37m) 24-02.25 (7.37m) 6. 24-01.00 (7.35m) 7. 24-01.00 (7.34m) 8. 24-00.50 (7.32m) 9. 24-00.25 (7.32m) 24-00.25 (7.32m)

Name Jim Campbell Anthony Terrell Brian O’Malley Joel Robertson Anthony Terrell Anthony Terrell Joel Robertson Jim Campbell Anthony Terrell Tom Palkie

Date 02/03/1973 02/10/1990 12/01/1985 01/22/1994 02/07/1988 02/13/1988 02/27/1993 01/20/1973 01/20/1989 03/04/1967

Triple Jump Rk Mark 1. 51-09.75 (15.79m) 51-09.75 (15.79m) 3. 51-05.00 (15.67m) 4. 51-04.25 (15.65m) 5. 51-03.00 (15.62m) 51-03.00 (15.62m) 51-03.00 (15.62m) 8. 50-10.75 (15.51m) 9. 50-10.00 (15.49m) 10. 50-09.25 (15.47m)

Name Joel Robertson Joel Robertson Joel Robertson Josh Stewart Anthony Terrell Anthony Terrell Anthony Terrell Joel Robertson Anthony Terrell Joel Robertson

Date 03/06/1994 02/27/1994 02/05/1994 01/23/1999 02/10/1990 02/26/1989 02/11/1989 02/13/1993 02/09/1991 01/22/1994

Date 02/20/2007 03/09/2007 01/26/2008 03/08/2008 03/10/2007 12/01/2006 02/12/2005 02/09/2002 02/11/2006 03/04/2007

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Shot Put Rk Mark 1. 60-06.50 (18.45m) 2. 60-04.75 (18.41m) 3. 60-02.75 (18.35m) 4. 60-00.00 (18.29m) 5. 59-11.00 (18.26m) 6. 59-07.25 (18.17m) 7. 59-03.00 (18.06m) 8. 59-01.25 (18.01m) 9. 59-01.00 (18.01m) 10. 59-00.50 (17.99m)

Name Scott Haney Scott Haney Scott Haney Scott Haney Scott Haney Scott Haney Michael Berkowitz Robert Sehnert Robert Sehnert Scott Haney

Date 02/10/1973 02/03/1973 02/24/1973 01/20/1973 03/04/1973 02/17/1973 02/08/1964 01/18/1991 12/01/1990 01/27/1973

Weight Throw Rk Mark 1. 68-01.50 (20.76m) 2. 66-10.50 (20.38m) 3. 65-06.75 (19.98m) 4. 65-05.00 (19.94m) 5. 65-02.50 6. 65-02.00 (19.86m) 7. 65-00.00 (19.81m) 8. 64-08.00 (19.71m) 9. 64-06.50 (19.67m) 10. 64-06.25

Name Ted Bregar Ted Bregar Ted Bregar Matthew Howard Ted Bregar Ted Bregar Zack Duncavage Matthew Howard Ted Bregar Ted Bregar

Date 03/09/1973 03/04/1973 02/16/1974 03/03/1991 02/23/1974 03/03/1974 02/17/2013 02/23/1991 01/20/1973 01/09/1973

Heptathlon Rk Points 1. 5,311 2. 5,218 3. 5,191 4. 4,901 5. 4,886

Name Ron Belany Ron Belany Ron Belany Rand Montermini Chris Fowler

Date 02/23/2008 01/19/2008 03/09/2008 02/17/2013 02/17/2013

Pentathlon Rk Points 1. 3,698 2. 3,696 3. 3,691 4. 3,674 5. 3,617

Name Bill Higginbottom Bill Higginbottom Bill Higginbottom Rick Smith Robert Weissenfels

Date 02/23/1997 02/24/1996 03/02/1997 01/25/1981 02/24/1990

4x400-meter Relay Rk Time Name 1. 3.11.58 J.Cadiente Nate Gainey B. Bogaard A. Batiste 2. 3:12.07 W.Ricks C.Meekins C. Lindsay P. Harris 3. 3:13.04 Cam DeCoursey G. Harris Nate Gainey A. Batiste 4. 3:13.58 Cam DeCoursey G. Harris Nate Gainey Roberto Swersky 5. 3:13.4– (y) 6. 3:13.71 7. 3:13.78 8. 3:14.5– (y) 3:14.5– (y) 10. 3:14.6– (y) 4x800-meter Relay Rk Time Name 1. 7:27.39 L. Wright J. Wolstenholme J. Fisher D. Roper 2. 7:28.48 R. McCoy J. Kingsland S. Schroeder N. Palermo 3. 7:28.9– (y) 4. 7:30.01 5. 7:30.73 Roberto Swersky J. Hyytinen S. Schroeder N. Palermo 6. 7:30.94 (y) 7. 7:30.97 (y) 8. 7:31.29 (y) 9. 7:32.0– (y) 10. 7:32.24 (y)

Date 03/09/2014

02/10/2007

02/19/2016

03/06/2016

12/15/1979 02/11/2006 02/14/2004 02/13/1988 03/09/1980 02/07/1981

Distance Medley Relay Rk Time Name 1. 9:39.17 A. Lanzel E. Porter D. Kay E. Schmidt 2. 9:39.9– (y) 3. 9:41.71 4. 9:44.26 5. 9:46.94 6. 9:48.2– 7. 9:48.71 8. 9:48.79 (y) 9. 9:49.7– (y) 10. 9:50.37 (y)

Date 03/03/2002

02/08/1985 02/09/2007 02/09/2002 03/05/2000 02/12/2000 02/27/1983 03/01/1987 02/06/1977 03/03/1985

Notes: c – converted from hand-time m – converted from meters to yards y – converted from yards to meters

Date 02/27/1983

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02/12/1983 03/07/2010 02/19/2016

03/06/1983 02/14/1986 01/28/1983 03/04/1972 02/27/1994

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All-Time Indoor Prerformances (WOMEN) 60 Meters Rk Time 1. 7.59 2. 7.65 3. 7.66 4. 7.67 7.67 6. 7.69 7. 7.73 7.73 7.73 10. 7.74(c) 7.74 200 Meters  Rk Time 1. 24.87 2. 24.95 3. 25.04 4. 25.23 5. 25.25 6. 25.27 25.27 8. 25.31 9. 25.32 10. 25.33 400 Meters Rk Time 1. 55.01 2. 55.33 3. 55.34 4. 55.48 5. 55.77 6. 55.95 7. 56.04 (c) 8. 56.17 9. 56.26 10. 56.56 500 Meters Rk Time 1. 1:12.39 2. 1:12.40 3. 1:12.50 4. 1:12.56 1:12.56 6. 1:12.64 7. 1:12.80 8. 1:13.00 9. 1:13.13 10. 1:13.22 800 Meters Rk Time 1. 2:05.89 2. 2:06.27 3. 2:07.27 4. 2:08.69 5. 2:09.49 6. 2:10.00 7. 2:10.72 8. 2:11.53 9. 2:11.70 10. 2:11.8–

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Name Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Jessica Ridgway Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Chantelle Nagbe Name Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Aaliyah Gordon Tineisha Davis Jessica Ridgway Veronica Ffrench Jessica Ridgway Name Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Joanna Helm Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Name Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Joanna Helm Tineisha Davis Tiniesha Davis Joanna Helm Name Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Carol Womack Carol Womack Carol Womack Stefani Green Stefani Green Stefani Green

Date 02/03/2007 02/17/2007 02/18/2007 02/17/2007 03/06/2004 03/03/2007 02/06/2013 01/27/2007 01/29/2005 02/05/2005 03/04/2000 Date 02/18/2007 02/17/2007 03/03/2007 02/21/2004 12/08/2001 01/28/2017 02/07/2004 02/16/2013 02/19/2012 02/17/2013 Date 01/05/2002 03/03/2002 02/15/2002 03/02/2002 02/23/2002 02/23/2002 02/05/2005 02/27/2000 03/02/2003 01/15/2005 Date 03/05/2005 01/31/2004 03/06/2004 03/05/2005 03/09/2003 02/21/2004 03/05/2000 02/07/2004 02/21/2003 02/20/2000 Date 03/05/2011 02/27/2011 02/10/2011 01/29/2011 02/23/1986 03/14/1987 03/01/1987 02/26/1983 03/02/1985 02/18/1984

1,000 Meters Rk Time 1. 2:47.89 2. 2:49.01 3. 2:49.53 4. 2:51.13 5. 2:51.31 6. 2:51.93 7. 2:52.24 8. 2:52.29 9. 2:52.70 10. 2:52.80

Name Meghan Harvey Meghan Harvey Jess Palacio Meghan Harvey Meghan Harvey Erin O’Marr Meghan Harvey Meghan Harvey Jess Palacio Vicki Moore

Date 03/06/2016 03/06/2015 01/14/2012 02/22/2016 03/06/2015 03/05/2000 02/06/2016 02/20/2015 01/07/2011 03/05/2006

Mile Run Rk Time 1. 4:38.43 2. 4:40.27 3. 4:43.58 4. 4:45.52 5. 4:50.80 6. 4:51.21 7. 4:52.64 8. 4:52.66 9. 4:52.69 10. 4:52.94

Name Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Kim McGreevy Amy Baxter Jess Palacio Amy Baxter Amy Baxter

Date 01/28/2012 02/10/2012 02/20/2011 01/14/2012 03/07/2010 03/05/1995 02/25/2001 03/09/2012 03/04/2000 02/27/2000

3,000 Meters Rk Time 1. 9:34.44 2. 9:40.41 3. 9:40.48 4. 9:44.05 5. 9:45.98 6. 9:46.05 7. 9:47.59 8. 9:47.70 9. 9:49.11 10. 9:49.53

Name Melissa Foon Melissa Foon Melissa Foon Melissa Foon Annie-Norah Beveridge Melissa Foon Amy Watson Brigid Byrne Melissa Foon Marty Shue

Date 03/05/2000 02/18/2001 03/04/2001 02/25/2001 03/03/2013 02/27/2000 02/12/2009 03/03/2013 02/12/2000 02/24/1991

5,000 Meters Rk Time 1. 16:40.86 2. 16:46.75 3. 16:49.11 4. 16:51.06 5. 17:02.12 6. 17:03.16 7. 17:04.4– 8. 17:04.79 9. 17:05.73 10. 17:06.17

Name Justine Whipple Brigid Byrne Annie-Norah Beveridge Brigid Byrne Brigid Byrne Brigid Byrne Melissa Foon Justine Whipple Annie-Norah Beveridge Brigid Byrne

Date 03/04/2006 03/02/2013 03/02/2013 02/16/2013 01/19/2013 02/18/2012 12/09/2000 01/27/2006 12/06/2012 12/01/2011

60-Meter Hurdles Rk Time 1. 8.70 2. 8.71 3. 8.72 4. 8.72 5. 8.76 8.76 7. 8.77 8.77 9. 8.78 10. 8.79

Name Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews Danielle Still Hali McFadgen Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews Joanna Helm Kirsten Andrews Hali McFadgen

Date 02/17/2007 02/18/2007 02/03/2007 03/06/2004 02/19/2017 03/04/2006 03/04/2006 03/04/2000 03/05/2006 02/19/2017

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High Jump Rk Mark 1. 5-08.00 (1.73m) 2. 5-07.75 (1.72m) 5-07.75 (1.72m) 4. 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m)

Name Suzanne Dondero Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Veronica Ffrench Kristin Smith Veronica Ffrench Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Kristin Smith

Date 02/23/1997 03/02/2013 03/03/2012 02/16/2013 02/03/2013 01/12/2013 12/06/2012 12/06/2013 02/18/2012 02/03/2012 01/28/2012 02/19/2011 02/05/2011 01/29/2011 02/26/2010 01/16/2010

Pole Vault Rk Mark 1. 13-04.25 (4.07m) 2. 12-11.50 (3.95m) 3. 12-10.25 (3.92m) 4. 12-09.50 (3.90m) 12-09.50 (3.90m) 12-09.50 (3.90m) 7. 12-08.00 (3.86m) 12-08.00 (3.86m) 9. 12-07.50 (3.85m) 10. 12-07.25 (3.84m)

Name Jacqui Charnigo Jacqui Charnigo Amanda Hasenauer Jacqui Charnigo Amanda Hasenauer Amanda Hasenauer Rosemary Brinegar Kirsten Andrews Jacqui Charnigo Amanda Hasenauer

Date 03/02/2008 01/26/2008 02/15/2003 02/23/2008 02/08/2003 02/15/2002 02/09/2017 02/04/2006 03/09/2008 12/08/2001

Long Jump Rk Mark 1. 19-05.50 (5.93m) 2. 19-01.25 (5.82m) 3. 19-00.50 (5.80m) 4. 18-11.25 (5.77m) 5. 18-08.75 (5.71m) 6. 18-08.00 (5.69m) 7. 18-07.25 (5.67m) 8. 18-06.00 (5.64m) 9. 18-05.25 (5.62m) 10. 18-04.50 (5.60m)

Name Kirsten Andrews Hali McFadgen Chantelle Nagbe Chantelle Nagbe Kirsten Andrews Hali McFadgen Chantelle Nagbe Joanne Uwujaren Joanne Uwujaren Joanne Uwujaren

Date 02/17/2007 02/19/2017 02/19/2000 02/12/2000 02/03/2007 02/19/2016 02/06/1999 02/02/2002 02/19/2000 01/19/2002

Triple Jump Rk Mark 1. 39-10.00 (12.14m) 2. 38-11.50 (11.87m) 3. 38-10.25 (11.84m) 38-10.25 (11.84m) 38-10.25 (11.84m) 6. 38-09.00 (11.81m) 7. 38-07.00 (11.76m) 38-07.00 (11.76m) 9. 38-06.75 (11.75m) 10. 38-06.25 (11.74m) 38-06.25 (11.74m)

Name Crystan Mclymore Chantelle Nagbe Crystan Mclymore Joanne Uwujaren Chantelle Nagbe Joanne Uwujaren Joanne Uwujaren Crystan Mclymore Crystan Mclymore Chantelle Nagbe Crystan Mclymore

Date 02/22/2016 02/07/1998 02/20/2015 03/09/2003 12/05/1997 03/02/2003 01/05/2002 02/06/2016 01/31/2015 01/10/1998 01/30/2016


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All-Time Indoor Prerformances (WOMEN) Shot Put Rk Mark 1. 47-07.75 (14.52m) 2. 46-06.75 (14.19m) 3. 46-06.25 (14.18m) 4. 46-04.00 (14.12m) 46-04.00 (14.12m) 6. 46-02.00 (14.07m) 7. 46-00.75 (14.04m) 8. 45-11.75 (14.01m) 9. 45-10.40 (13.98m) 10. 45-09.75 (13.96m)

Name Jen Leatherman Teronda Brown Teronda Brown Ashanti Curry Ashanti Curry Teronda Brown Teronda Brown Ashanti Curry Ashanti Curry Ashanti Curry

Date 02/07/2004 02/03/2013 02/21/2014 01/30/2016 02/06/2016 02/19/2012 02/04/2012 02/19/2016 02/04/2017 02/06/2016

Weight Throw Rk Mark 1. 60-09.25 (18.52m) 2. 60-02.50 (18.35m) 3. 59-05.75 (18.13m) 4. 59-03.50 (18.07m) 5. 58-09.25 (17.91m) 6. 58-07.50 (17.87m) 7. 58-03.75 (17.77m) 58-03.75 (17.77m) 9. 56-11.50 (17.36m) 10. 56-02.00 (17.12m)

Name Jen Leatherman Jen Leatherman Jen Leatherman Jen Leatherman Amanda Phelps Amanda Phelps Amanda Phelps Jen Leatherman Jen Leatherman Amanda Phelps

Date 01/31/2004 01/09/2004 02/21/2004 02/07/2004 02/19/2012 02/04/2012 03/04/2012 03/06/2004 01/17/2004 12/01/2010

Pentathlon Rk Points 1. 3,467 2. 3,326 3. 3,272 4. 3,263 5. 3,232 6. 3,207 7. 3,182 8. 3,180 9. 3,172 10. 3,159

Name Joanna Helm Arian Davis Arian Davis Danielle Still Katie Berkey Amanda Graham Arian Davis Katie Berkey Katie Berkey Melanie Sluzewicz

Date 02/18/2000 02/19/2010 02/18/2011 02/17/2006 02/20/2009 02/20/2015 02/20/2009 02/12/2009 02/16/2007 02/07/2012

4x400-meter Relay Rk Time Name 1. 3:46.62 Lily Brose Christina Quigley Brittany Burg Amanda Agana 2. 3:49.34 Amy Stokes Eva Tukarski Kacee Jossis Tineisha Davis 3. 3:50.94 Lily Brose Ashley Ross Brittany Burg Amanda Agana 4. 3:51.04 5. 3:51.41 6. 3:52.00 7. 3:52.10 8. 3:52.35 9. 3:52.47 10. 3:53.27 4x800-meter Relay Rk Time Name 1. 8:53.78 Kaitlyn Jan Kara Kakascik Phoebe Kirk Amanda Agana 2. 8:56.22 Rachel Fairbanks A. Mulkey Amanda Agana M. Harvey 3. 8:59.78 Liz Milewski Erin Neumann Mansfield Murph Jess Palacio 4. 9:02.28 Shannon Cuthbert M. Harvey C. Shawver M. Zell 5. 9:04.81 6. 9:05.17 7. 9:05.34 8. 9:06.31 9. 9:07.93 10. 9:09.00

Date 02/19/2017

03/09/2003

02/19/2016

03/03/2012 02/21/2003 02/27/2000 02/25/2001 02/19/2012 03/04/2000 01/28/2017 Date 02/19/2017

02/19/2016

02/19/2011

Distance Medley Relay Rk Time Name 1. 11:44.02 Erin Seiffert Lauren Heaton Kara Kakascik Kaitlyn Jan 2. 11:54.03 Lisa Procaccini Kacee Jossis Sara Waters Melissa Foon 3. 11:56.03 4. 11:58.56 5. 11:59.30 Erin Seiffert Brittany Burg Kara Kakascik Grace West 6. 11:59.47 7. 12:00.15 Erin Seiffert Lauren Heaton Phoebe Kirk Kaitlyn Jan 8. 12:01.68 A. Mulkey Hali McFadgen Kaitlyn Jan M. Harvey 9. 12:03.06 Rachel Fairbanks Catlen Goss Phoebe Kirk Kaitlyn Jan 10. 12:06.28

Date 02/19/2017

01/26/2001

03/04/2001 03/08/2009 01/19/2017

01/29/2005 03/05/2017

02/19/2016

01/19/2017

02/19/2006

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All-Time Outdoor Prerformances (MEN) 100 Meters Rk Time 1. 10.41 10.41 3. 10.43 4. 10.44 (c) 10.44 (c) 10.44 (c) 10.44 8. 10.45 9. 10.47 10. 10.48 10.48 200 Meters Rk Time 1. 20.81 2. 20.83 3. 21.00 4. 21.02 5. 21.03 6. 21.07 7. 21.08 8. 21.10 21.10 21.10

Name Jordan Sartor-Francis Brian Proctor Clay Stackhouse Michael Jefferson Brian Proctor Clay Stackhouse Brian Proctor Clay Stackhouse Michael Jefferson Clay Stackhouse John McLaughlin Name Jordan Sartor-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis Torrance Chaplin Torrance Chaplin Torrance Chaplin Jordan Sartor-Francis Torrance Chaplin Jordan Sartor-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis Torrance Chaplin

Date 05/02/2015 05/10/1992 04/14/1990 04/16/1994 04/03/1993 03/31/1990 04/18/1992 04/14/1990 05/07/1994 04/07/1990 05/07/1983 Date 05/02/2015 05/03/2014 04/10/1999 05/14/2000 04/03/1999 04/17/2015 04/08/2000 05/07/2016 05/31/2014 03/25/2000

400 Meters Rk Time 1. 45.68 2. 45.99 3. 46.11 4. 46.16 5. 46.27 6. 46.32 7. 46.34 8. 46.36 9. 46.37 10. 46.40

Name Torrance Chaplin Michael Greene Michael Greene Michael Greene Torrance Chaplin Torrance Chaplin Torrance Chaplin Michael Greene Eric Porter Eli Anderson

Date 05/06/2000 05/02/1987 05/03/1987 05/10/1986 05/14/2000 04/08/2000 05/31/2000 04/10/1987 05/14/2004 06/03/1976

800 Meters Rk Time 1. 1:47.55 2. 1:48.67 3. 1:48.77 4. 1:48.86 5. 1:48.96 6. 1:49.1– (y) 7. 1:49.24 8. 1:49.30 9. 1:49.35 10. 1:49.54

Name Paul Harris Paul Harris Paul Harris Paul Harris Paul Harris Dale Bateman Craig Meekins Paul Harris Craig Meekins Joshua Kingsland

Date 05/12/2007 05/26/2006 05/25/2007 04/06/2007 05/26/2007 05/11/1974 05/30/2008 05/06/2006 05/03/2008 05/30/2014

1,500 Meters Rk Time 1. 3:41.99 2. 3:42.84 3. 3:42.95 4. 3:43.63 5. 3:44.05 3:44.05 7. 3:44.25 8. 3:44.91 9. 3:45.16 10. 3:45.5– (y)

Name Greg Keller Ron Harris Steve Schroeder Ron Harris Erik Schmidt Michael Ryan Aaron Lanzel Jesse Kemp Ron Harris Jeff Kramer

Date 05/30/1992 04/10/1987 04/23/2016 05/24/1987 04/11/2003 05/22/1999 04/11/2003 05/28/1994 05/11/1986 05/11/1974

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5,000 Meters Rk Time 1. 13:45.75 2. 13:53.74 3. 13:56.93 4. 14:00.11 5. 14:00.35 6. 14:01.36 7. 14:01.81 8. 14:02.93 9. 14:03.80 10. 14:06.5– (y)

Name Ron Harris Ron Harris Andrew Hanko Andrew Hanko Ron Harris Cody Rome Cody Rome Stephen Schroeder Ron Harris Jeff Kramer

Date 06/02/1987 05/03/1987 04/16/2011 05/13/2011 05/25/1986 04/20/2012 04/22/2011 04/19/2014 05/05/1985 05/11/1974

10,000 Meters Rk Time 1. 29:00.80 2. 29:08.81 3. 29.11.82 4. 29:15.15 5. 29:34.31 6. 29:42.60 7. 29:47.04 8. 29:49.69 9. 29:52.34 10. 29:52.40

Name John Mentzer Lucas Stalnaker Lucas Stalnaker John Mentzer Christopher Galvin Lucas Stalnaker John Mentzer John Mentzer Bruce Frame Bruce Frame

Date 04/24/1997 06/07/2017 04/22/2017 04/23/1998 05/11/2013 04/11/2015 06/04/1998 06/04/1997 05/21/1995 04/28/1995

110-Meter Hurdles Rk Time 1. 14.08 (y)(c) 2. 14.18 (y)(c) 3. 14.24 (y) 4. 14.26 5. 14.27 6. 14.30 14.30 8. 14.32 9. 14.34 14.34 (c) 14.34 (c) 14.34 (c) 14.34 (c)

Name Anthony Campbell Wayne Kennard Wayne Kennard Ron Belany Kordell Williams Anthony Campbell Anthony Campbell Kordell Williams Kevin Smith Steve Kobiela Anthony Campbell Anthony Campbell Anthony Campbell

Date 04/10/1976 04/10/1971 06/18/1971 05/02/2008 05/07/2016 05/20/1977 05/20/1977 04/16/2016 05/02/1982 04/18/1981 05/14/1977 04/09/1977 04/17/1976

400-Meter Hurdles Rk Time 1. 51.33 2. 51.50 3. 51.64 51.64 (y)(c) 5. 52.04 (y)(c) 52.04 (y)(c) 7. 52.06 8. 52.17 9. 52.19 10. 52.36

Name Greg Blanchard Greg Blanchard Greg Blanchard Courtland Gray Courtland Gray Courtland Gray Greg Blanchard Greg Blanchard Mike Boyd Greg Blanchard

3,000-Meter Steeplechase Rk Time Name 1. 8:40.4– Bob Packowski 2. 9:42.42 Jonathan Clemens 3. 8:43.00 Greg Keller 4. 8:44.06 Bob Packowski 5. 8:45.92 Jonathan Clemens 6. 8:45.96 Greg Keller 7. 8:46.46 Greg Keller 8. 8:48.32 Greg Keller 9. 8:48.48 Jonathan Clemens

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Date 05/06/1984 04/21/1984 05/05/1985 05/15/1965 05/22/1965 05/08/1965 05/20/1984 05/05/1984 05/05/1991 04/20/1985 Date 05/13/1989 04/24/1997 06/06/1992 05/03/1987 06/04/1997 04/25/1992 06/02/1993 05/23/1993 04/27/1996

High Jump Rk Mark 1. 7-06.00 (2.29m) 2. 7-05.00 (2.26m) 3. 7-04.50 (2.25m) 4. 7-04.25 (2.24m) 5. 7-03.25 (2.22m) 6. 7-03.00 (2.21m) 7-03.00 (2.21m) 7-03.00 (2.21m) 9. 7-02.50 (2.20m) 10. 7-02.25 (2.19m) 7-02.25 (2.19m) 7-02.25 (2.19m) 7-02.25 (2.19m)

Name Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams Dan Williams Dan Williams Leo Williams Leo Williams

Date 06/04/1982 04/30/1983 06/06/1981 04/18/1982 05/03/1981 06/01/1983 05/08/1983 05/25/1980 05/24/1981 05/06/1984 04/30/1983 04/23/1983 04/18/1981

Pole Vault Rk Mark 1. 17-04.50 (5.30m) 2. 17-03.50 (5.27m) 3. 17-03.00 (5.26m) 4. 17-00.75 (5.20m) 17-00.75 (5.20m) 6. 17-00.00 (5.18m) 17-00.00 (5.18m) 17-00.00 (5.18m) 9. 16-10.75 (5.15m) 16-10.75 (5.15m)

Name Jiles Maness Mark Vetere Tom Delaney Jiles Maness Jiles Maness Mark Vetere Tom Delaney Tom Delaney Bobby Sparks Matthew Poirier

Date 03/14/2015 04/26/2013 03/30/2002 04/17/2015 05/18/2014 05/21/2015 04/13/2002 03/24/2001 04/03/2004 04/24/1999

Long Jump Rk Mark 1. 25-00.25 (–.––m) 2. 24-11.25 (7.60m) 3. 24-09.25 (7.55m) 4. 24-08.50 (7.53m) 5. 24-07.75 (7.51m) 6. 24-05.75 (7.46m) 24-05.75 (7.46m) 24-05.75 (7.46m) 9. 24-05.50 (7.45m)

Name James Campbell Anthony Terrell Lucas Kerley James Campbell Jim Thorell James Campbell James Campbell James Campbell Lucas Kerley

Date 05/19/1983 05/05/1991 05/10/1992 06/02/1973 05/04/1963 05/12/1973 05/12/1973 04/21/1973 03/21/1992

Triple Jump Rk Mark 1. 52-02.75 (15.92m) 2. 52-01.25 (15.88m) 3. 51-11.75 (15.84m) 4. 51-09.00 (15.77m) 5. 51-08.25 (15.75m) 6. 51-07.00 (15.72m) 7. 51-05.50 (15.68m) 8. 51-04.50 (15.66m) 9. 51-04.25 (15.65m) 10. 51-03.75 (15.64m)

Name Joel Robertson Joel Robertson Joel Robertson Josh Stewart Joel Robertson Joel Robertson Josh Stewart Josh Stewart Joel Robertson Josh Stewart

Date 05/23/1993 03/19/1994 05/28/1994 05/02/1999 05/08/1994 04/09/1994 04/01/2000 04/08/2000 04/10/1993 04/03/1999

Shot Put Rk Mark 1. 61-00.50 (––.––m) 2. 60-11.50 (18.58m) 3. 60-10.75 (18.56m) 4. 60-07.50 (18.47m) 5. 60-03.75 (18.38m) 6. 59-01.50 (18.02m) 7. 59-01.25 (18.01m) 8. 58-10.75 (17.95m) 9. 58-09.50 (17.92m) 10. 58-06.50 (17.84m) 58-06.50 (17.84m)

Name Michael Berkowitz Scott Haney Griffie Loy Scott Haney Scott Haney Griffie Loy Griffie Loy Eric Christensen Michael Berkowitz Robert Sehnert Michael Berkowitz

Date 05/30/1964 05/26/1973 04/21/2017 04/21/1973 06/08/1973 04/01/2017 04/15/2017 04/22/1978 06/20/1964 04/28/1990 05/09/1964


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All-Time Outdoor Prerformances (MEN) Discus Throw Rk Mark 1. 192-08 (58.74m) 2. 191-10 (58.47m) 3. 191-02 (58.27m) 4. 187-07 (57.18m) 5. 185-02 (56.44m) 6. 184-09 (56.31m) 7. 184-00 (56.08m) 8. 183-09 (56.02m) 9. 183-04 (55.88m) 10. 182-11 (55.76m) Hammer Throw Rk Mark 1. 218-07 (66.63m) 2. 218-06 (––.––m) 3. 217-04 (66.24m) 4. 212-08 (64.82m) 5. 212-07 (64.80m) 6. 210-03 (64.08m) 7. 207-09 (63.32m) 207-09 (63.32m) 9. 205-03 (62.56m) 10. 204-07 (62.35m)

Name Zack Duncavage Zack Duncavage Zack Duncavage John Campbell Zack Duncavage Zack Duncavage Zack Duncavage John Campbell John Campbell Zack Duncavage Name Ted Bregar Ted Bregar Ted Bregar Ted Bregar Ted Bregar Ted Bregar Ted Bregar Ted Bregar Ted Bregar Mark Van Orden

Date 05/04/2013 06/07/2013 04/27/2014 04/01/2017 04/06/2013 05/23/2013 04/19/2014 04/08/2017 03/18/2017 05/24/2012 Date 05/12/1973 04/06/1974 06/09/1973 05/26/1973 04/27/1974 06/08/1973 05/25/1974 04/07/1973 06/02/1973 05/15/2010

Javelin Throw (1986-present) Rk Mark Name 1. 242-02 (73.81m) Jay Stell 2. 235-06 (71.79m) Jay Stell 3. 234-01 (71.35m) Jay Stell 4. 233-11 (71.30m) Jay Stell 5. 233-00 (71.01m) Jay Stell 6. 232-00 (70.72m) Jay Stell 7. 231-00 (70.42m) Stan Duplaga 8. 230-11 (70.39m) Jay Stell 9. 230-02 (70.15m) Stan Duplaga 10. 229-10 (70.06m) Jay Stell

Date 06/09/2016 05/27/2016 05/30/2014 06/14/2014 05/15/2016 04/05/2014 05/09/1993 05/02/2015 05/23/1993 04/26/2015

Javelin Throw (1922-1985) Rk Mark Name 1. 262-09 (80.08m) Perry Puccetti 2. 250-07 (76.39m) Perry Puccetti 3. 248-08 (75.79m) Randy Charleson 4. 248-02 (75.64m) Perry Puccetti 5. 246-09 (75.20m) Perry Puccetti 6. 245-11 (74.96m) Frank Delape 7. 245-01 (74.70m) Perry Puccetti 8. 244-07 (74.54m) Robert Kirk 9. 244-00 (74.38m) Jay Bass 10. 243-00 (74.06m) Perry Puccetti

Date 04/30/1983 04/23/1983 05/19/1973 04/18/1981 06/04/1981 05/03/1975 05/24/1981 06/14/1969 05/24/1981 05/07/1983

Decathlon Rk Points 1. 7,449 2. 7,387 3. 7,245 4. 7,231 5. 7,224 6. 7,143 7. 7,127 8. 7,124 9. 7,061 10. 7,047

Date 05/24/1981 05/24/1974 05/19/1979 04/24/1981 03/28/1981 06/03/1981 04/26/1974 04/25/1980 05/25/1973 03/28/1974

Name Richard Smith Bradley Stephan Richard Smith Richard Smith Richard Smith Richard Smith Bradley Stephan Richard Smith Bradley Stephan Bradley Stephan

Sprint Medley Relay Rk Time Name 1. 3:18.48 Davidson Heitmeyer Sawyer Harris 2. 3:18.75 3. 3:19.47 4. 3:21.81 5. 3:22.76 4x100-Meter Relay Rk Time Name 1. 40.52 Aaron Watson Devin Enslen Evan Lexo Demetrius Lanier 2. 40.62 Aaron Watson Devin Enslen Evan Lexo Demetrius Lanier 40.62 K. Williams D. Enslen D. Lanier J. Sartor-Francis 40.62 K. Williams D. Enslen D. Lanier J. Sartor-Francis 5. 40.64 Aaron Watson Devin Enslen Evan Lexo Demetrius Lanier 6. 40.65 Aaron Watson Devin Enslen Evan Lexo Demetrius Lanier 7. 40.70 Aaron Watson Evan Lexo Demetrius Lanier Devin Enslen 8. 40.71 (y)(c) Vic Colson Mike Dinn Eli Turner Anthony Campbell 9. 40.72 Jefferson Proctor Riley Dixon 10. 40.74 40.74 (c) 4x400-Meter Relay Rk Time Name 1. 3:08.6– Prutzman Sheairs Bailey Colvin 2. 3:09.03 3. 3:09.48 4. 3:09.71 5. 3:09.80 6. 3:10.08 7. 3:10.2– (y) 8. 3:10.45 9. 3:10.55 10. 3:10.60

Date 04/26/1986

04/25/1986 04/30/1988 04/24/1993 04/29/1988 Date 05/07/2017

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04/29/2017

04/01/2017

04/22/2017

4x800-meter Relay Rk Time Name 1. 7:26.88 Evers Stevenson Ash Rome 2. 7:27.55 3. 7:27.59 4. 7:27.87 5. 7:28.06 6. 7:28.3– 7. 7:29.10 W. Kennedy N. Palermo S. Rynning J. Kingsland 8. 7:30.20 9. 7:30.46 10. 7:30.56 Distance Medley Relay Rk Time Name 1. 9:31.25 Davidson Greene Ross Harris 2. 9:35.9– (y) 3. 9:37.8– 4. 9:38.68 5. 9:39.37 6. 9:42.98 7. 9:45.49 8. 9:47.08 9. 9:48.37 10. 9:49.19

Date 04/30/2010

05/15/2011 04/03/2008 05/04/2012 05/04/2007 04/30/1977 05/02/2014

04/27/2013 05/14/2011 04/27/1985 Date 04/25/1987

04/27/1974 04/26/1986 04/23/1999 04/25/2003 04/20/2002 04/28/2000 04/28/1988 04/27/2012 04/24/1998

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05/01/1976

04/11/1992

04/10/1993 05/07/1977 Date 05/20/1979

05/25/1980 05/13/2007 05/05/2007 04/25/1987 04/30/1988 04/29/1967 05/10/1992 04/28/1979 04/27/2007

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All-Time Outdoor Prerformances (WOMEN) 100 Meters Rk Time 1. 11.74 (c) 2. 11.88 11.88 4. 11.91 5. 11.95 6. 11.97 11.97 8. 12.00 9. 12.01 10. 12.03 12.03 200 Meters Rk Time 1. 24.60 2. 24.65 3. 24.70 24.70 24.70 6. 24.73 7. 24.78 24.78 9. 24.87 10. 24.89

Name Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Chantelle Nagbe Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Priscilla Lewis Name Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Chantelle Nagbe Chantelle Nagbe Tineisha Davis Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Tineisha Davis Chantelle Nagbe

Date 04/16/2005 04/14/2007 03/24/2007 03/23/2007 05/06/2000 05/05/2007 05/04/2007 04/06/2007 05/14/2005 05/12/2007 04/08/2006 Date 03/27/2007 05/04/2007 03/24/2007 05/06/2000 03/25/2000 05/12/2002 05/12/2007 05/05/2007 05/11/2002 05/10/1997

5,000 Meters Rk Time 1. 16:29.77 2. 16:50.12 3. 16:54.22 4. 16:57.24 5. 17:00.64 6. 17:01.06 7. 17:04.21 8. 17:04.27 9. 17:05.97 10. 17:11.61

Name Melissa Foon Claire Ostrowski Brigid Byrne Claire Ostrowski Melissa Foon Justine Whipple Brigid Byrne Melissa Foon Justine Whipple Melissa Foon

Date 04/26/2001 05/14/2017 04/06/2013 05/06/2017 03/31/2001 04/14/2006 03/30/2013 05/18/2001 04/14/2007 04/07/2001

10,000 Meters Rk Time 1. 34:51.23 2. 35:08.27 3. 35:11.84 4. 35:20.79 5. 35:30.02 6. 35:35.51 7. 35:40.28 8. 36:27.52 9. 36:27.80 10. 36:43.73

Name Brigid Byrne Melissa Foon Justine Whipple Justine Whipple Justine Whipple Brigid Byrne Brigid Byrne Allison Barlow Jackie Hayes Justine Whipple

Date 04/18/2013 04/22/2001 05/11/2007 05/04/2007 05/12/2006 04/19/2012 05/03/2013 05/15/2005 04/18/1998 05/05/2006

Name Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews Joanna Helm

Date 05/14/2006 05/06/2006 05/13/2006 05/12/2007 05/12/2007 05/05/2006 05/05/2007 05/04/2007 05/13/2006 03/25/2006 05/14/2000

400 Meters Rk Time 1. 54.16 2. 54.55 3. 54.56 4. 54.67 5. 54.99 6. 55.05 7. 55.23 8. 55.26 9. 55.35 10. 55.39

Name Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis

Date 04/16/2005 05/07/2005 05/15/2005 05/14/2005 05/16/2004 04/08/2000 05/31/2000 04/10/1987 05/14/2004 06/03/1976

100-Meter Hurdles Rk Time 1. 13.95 2. 14.02 3. 14.05 4. 14.11 5. 14.13 14.13 7. 14.14 14.14 9. 14.17 10. 14.24 14.24

800 Meters Rk Time 1. 2:05.22 2. 2:05.42 3. 2:05.92 4. 2:06.27 5. 2:06.59 6. 2:07.22 7. 2:07.31 8. 2:07.35 9. 2:07.82 10. 2:08.69

Name Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Stefani Green Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio

Date 05/13/2012 05/15/2011 05/14/2011 05/27/2011 05/12/2012 04/22/2011 05/26/1984 05/07/2011 05/26/2011 05/05/2012

400-Meter Hurdles Rk Time 1. 58.44 2. 59.28 3. 1:00.40 4. 1:00.44 5. 1:00.47 6. 1:00.54 7. 1:00.84 8. 1:00.87 9. 1:00.89 10. 1:00.91

Name Joanna Helm Joanna Helm Joanna Helm Joanna Helm Stefani Green Joanna Helm Stefani Green Michelle Bostic Stefani Green Stefani Green

Date 05/14/2000 04/27/2000 05/06/2000 05/13/2000 05/24/1985 04/01/2000 05/06/1984 05/13/2006 05/26/1984 05/05/1985

1,500 Meters Rk Time 1. 4:20.87 2. 4:22.58 3. 4:24.72 4. 4:25.26 5. 4:25.36 6. 4:25.71 7. 4:26.78 8. 4:27.24 9. 4:27.70 10. 4:28.05

Name Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Kim McGreevy Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio

Date 04/19/2012 05/07/2011 05/15/2010 04/16/2010 05/05/2012 05/06/1995 05/01/2010 03/31/2012 04/02/2011 03/26/2011

3,000-Meter Steeplechase Rk Time Name 1. 10:24.01 Amy Baxter 2. 10:44.63 Amy Baxter 3. 10:47.10 Amy Baxter 4. 10:49.50 Christina Blair 5. 10:49.92 Carey Young 6. 10:50.95 Arwyn Becker 7. 10:53.02 Carey Young 8. 10:53.27 Maureen Dooley 9. 10:55.24 Maureen Dooley 10. 10:56.64 Allison Parks

Date 05/18/2001 04/26/2001 05/11/2001 04/18/2015 04/17/2009 04/05/2008 05/15/2009 04/17/2009 04/18/2008 05/06/2016

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High Jump Rk Mark 1. 5-08.75 (1.75m) 5-08.75 (1.75m) 3. 5-08.00 (1.73m) 4. 5-07.25 (1.71m) 5. 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m) 5-07.00 (1.70m)

Name Kristin Smith Krystina Johnson Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Veronica Ffrench Veronica Ffrench Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Melanie Sluzewicz Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Shannon Crites Shannon Crites

Date 04/07/2012 03/20/2010 04/22/2010 04/17/2013 05/13/2012 05/05/2012 05/13/2012 04/21/2012 04/17/2012 05/07/2011 04/02/2011 05/16/2010 03/16/2002 05/03/2003

Pole Vault Rk Mark 1. 13-00.75 (3.98m) 2. 13-00.25 (3.97m) 3. 12-00.00 (3.91m) 4. 12-09.50 (3.90m) 12-09.50 (3.90m) 12-09.50 (3.90m) 7. 12-09.00 (3.89m) 8. 12-07.50 (3.85m) 9. 12-06.00 (3.81m) 12-06.00 (3.81m) 12-06.00 (3.81m) 12-06.00 (3.81m)

Name Kirsten Andrews Amanda Hasenauer Amanda Hasenauer Jacqui Charnigo Kirsten Andrews Amanda Hasenauer Amanda Hasenauer Jacqui Charnigo Jacqui Charnigo Kirsten Andrews Amanda Hasenauer Amanda Hasenauer

Date 04/14/2007 04/05/2003 04/20/2002 05/12/2007 04/26/2007 04/13/2002 04/22/2000 05/17/2008 05/17/2008 05/26/2007 03/22/2003 03/23/2002

Long Jump Rk Mark 1. 19-05.50 (5.93m) 2. 19-02.00 (5.84m) 3. 18-11.25 (5.77m) 18-11.25 (5.77m) 5. 18-10.75 (5.76m) 6. 18-09.75 (5.73m) 18-09.75 (5.73m) 8. 18-08.75 (5.71m) 18-08.75 (5.71m) 10. 18-08.00 (5.69m)

Name Ashley Bucholz Kirsten Andrews Michelle Schiller Joanne Uwujaren Kirsten Andrews Michelle Schiller Chantelle Nagbe Kirsten Andrews Joanne Uwujaren Kirsten Andrews

Date 05/06/2011 05/04/2007 05/01/2004 04/20/2002 04/14/2007 04/17/2004 03/25/2000 05/05/2006 03/22/2003 03/31/2007

Triple Jump Rk Mark 1. 40-00.50 (12.20m) 2. 39-08.50 (12.10m) 3. 39-06.50 (12.05m) 4. 39-05.25 (12.02m) 5. 39-01.25 (11.92m) 39-01.25 (11.92m) 39-01.25 (11.92m) 39-01.25 (11.92m) 9. 38-10.50 (11.85m) 10. 38-09.50 (11.82m)

Name Crystan Mclymore Crystan Mclymore Chantelle Nagbe Joanne Uwujaren Crystan Mclymore Joanne Uwujaren Joanne Uwujaren Chantelle Nagbe Michelle Schiller Katie Berkey

Date 04/23/2016 05/02/2015 05/14/2000 05/03/2003 03/26/2016 04/05/2003 04/20/2002 05/06/2000 04/16/2005 04/14/2007


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All-Time Outdoor Prerformances (WOMEN) Shot Put Rk Mark 1. 48-06.25 (14.79m) 2. 47-05.75 (14.47m) 3. 46-11.00 (14.30m) 4. 46-10.25 (14.28m) 46-10.25 (14.28m) 6. 46-02.75 (14.09m) 7. 46-00.75 (14.04m) 8. 45-09.75 (13.96m) 9. 45-08.00 (13.92m) 10. 45-05.25 (13.85m) Discus Throw Rk Mark 1. 170-06 (51.97m) 2. 165-07 (50.49m) 3. 164-09 (50.22m) 4. 162-10 (49.65m) 5. 162-03 (49.46m) 6. 158-09 (48.39m) 7. 157-07 (48.03m) 157-07 (48.03m) 9. 157-03 (47.93m) 10. 156-07 (47.73m) Hammer Throw Rk Mark 1. 192-11 (58.81m) 2. 191-04 (58.33m) 3. 190-03 (57.99m) 4. 189-07 (57.79m) 5. 188-05 (57.43m) 6. 185-01 (56.41m) 7. 184-08 (56.28m) 8. 181-11 (55.46m) 9. 181-01 (55.21m) 10. 181-01 (55.20m)

Name Ashanti Curry Teronda Brown Jen Leatherman Ashanti Curry Jen Leatherman Ashanti Curry Teronda Brown Amanda Phelps Ashanti Curry Jen Leatherman Name Maressa Guynn Lauren Allam Lauren Allam Teronda Brown Lauren Allam Teronda Brown Lauren Allam Maressa Guynn Lauren Allam Maressa Guynn Name Jen Leatherman Jen Leatherman Jen Leatherman Jen Leatherman Jen Leatherman Amanda Phelps Amanda Phelps Jen Leatherman Amanda Phelps Amanda Phelps

Date 05/02/2015 04/17/2013 05/01/2004 04/18/2015 05/16/2004 04/11/2015 04/26/2012 04/17/2012 04/02/2016 03/20/2004 Date 05/04/2013 05/07/2011 04/26/2012 04/24/2014 05/04/2013 05/04/2013 05/12/2013 04/25/2013 04/21/2012 05/12/2013 Date 05/16/2004 05/01/2004 04/17/2004 05/29/2004 04/10/2004 05/14/2011 04/22/2011 05/09/2004 04/07/2012 05/06/2011

Javelin Throw Rk Mark 1. 160-08 (48.98m) 2. 158-02 (48.22m) 3. 155-07 (47.42m) 4. 154-10 (47.21m) 5. 152-11 (46.60m) 6. 152-02 (46.39m) 7. 151-01 (46.07m) 8. 150-03 (45.80m) 9. 149-09 (45.64m) 10. 149-04 (45.52m)

Name Danielle Still Danielle Still Danielle Still Alix Membreno Danielle Still Danielle Still Danielle Still Alix Membreno Alix Membreno Susan Smith

Date 05/04/2007 05/06/2006 04/14/2006 05/06/2011 03/18/2006 05/05/2006 04/14/2007 05/12/2012 05/12/2013 03/27/1999

Heptathlon Rk Points 1. 4,873 2. 4,756 3. 4,650 4. 4,615 5. 4,590 6. 4,556 7. 4,525 8. 4,466 9. 4,439 10. 4,436

Name Danielle Still Jenna Hausvik Jenna Hausvik Jenna Hausvik Arian Davis Melanie Sluzewicz Danielle Still Arian Davis Melanie Sluzewicz Arian Davis

Date 05/06/2006 05/09/1993 05/08/1994 05/10/1992 05/07/2011 05/05/2012 04/30/2004 05/01/2010 05/12/2012 05/14/2011

Sprint Medley Relay Rk Time Name 1. 3:18.48 Davidson Heitmeyer Sawyer Harris 2. 3:18.75 3. 3:19.47 4. 3:21.81 5. 3:22.76 4x100-Meter Relay Rk Time Name 1. 47.06 Colleen McFadden Veronica Ffrench Kristen Smith Jessica Ridgway 2. 47.09 3. 47.11 4. 47.17 5. 47.24 6. 47.37 7. 47.50 47.50 9. 47.57 10. 47.61 4x400-Meter Relay Rk Time Name 1. 3:44.27 Kacee Jossis Amy Stokes Eva Tukarski Tineisha Davis 2. 3:47.01 3. 3:47.17 4. 3:48.22 3:48.22 6. 3:48.83 Lily Brose Lauren Heaton Christina Quigley Brittany Burg 7. 3:48.86 8. 3:48.88 9. 3:49.35 10. 3:49.68 Lily Brose Brittany Burg Hali McFadgen Amanda Agana

Date 04/26/1986

04/25/1986 04/30/1988 04/24/1993 04/29/1988 Date 04/21/2012

05/12/2012 05/05/2007 05/05/2012 05/07/2005 03/31/2007 05/04/2013 03/27/2004 04/16/2005 04/17/2004 Date 05/12/2002

04/13/2002 05/03/2003 05/04/2002 05/06/2000 05/06/2017

05/05/2012 05/19/2001 04/25/2002 04/02/2016

4x800-meter Relay Rk Time Name 1. 8:45.45 Annie-Norah Beveridge Shannon Cuthbert Mansfield Murph Jess Palacio 2. 8:50.13 3. 8:54.89 4. 8:56.49 Shannon Cuthbert C. Shawver M. Harvey M. Zell 5. 8:59.82 6. 9:02.26 7. 9:04.54 8. 9:04.60 9. 9:04.74 10. 9:05.00 Distance Medley Relay Rk Time Name 1. 11:46.46 Annie-Norah Beveridge Mansfield Murph Shannon Cuthbert Jess Palacio 2. 11:48.47 3. 12:02.89 4. 12:03.22 5. 12:05.83 6. 12:07.56 A. Mulkey S. Bernhardt M. Zell M. Harvey 7. 12:25.66 8. 12:31.70 9. 12:32.70 10. 12:34.90

Date 05/04/2012

05/02/1998 05/07/2005 05/02/2015

05/24/1997 04/30/2010 04/27/1995 05/03/2003 05/11/1997 05/03/2013 Date 04/26/2012

04/24/2003 04/23/2009 04/04/2009 04/26/2001 04/25/2015

04/29/2005 04/22/1990 05/17/1986 04/02/1983

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Army-Navy Indoor All-Time Series Overall: In Annapolis: In West Point:

Navy leads, 30-26-2 Navy leads, 19-9-2 Army leads, 17-11

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Army-Navy Indoor Series Results Date W/L Score Site 02/27/60 L 63-46 H 02/25/61 L 59-50 A 02/24/62 L 55.5-53.5 H 02/23/63 L 56.6-52.3 A 02/22/64 L 56-53 H 02/20/65 L 60-49 A 02/26/66 W 65.5-42.5 H 02/25/67 L 62-47 A 02/24/68 L 64-45 H 03/01/69 L 84-25 A 02/21/70 L 73-36 H 02/20/71 L 69-40 A 02/19/72 W 93-25 H 02/17/73 W 80.5-37.5 A 02/16/74 W 93-25 H 02/22/75 W 69-49 A 02/21/76 W 79-39 H 02/19/77 L 68-50 A

02/18/78 02/17/79 02/16/80 02/21/81 02/20/82 02/18/83 02/17/84 02/14/85 02/13/86 02/14/87 02/13/88 02/11/89 02/10/90 02/09/91 02/07/92 02/06/93 02/05/94 02/04/95 02/03/96 02/01/97

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68-68 87.7-48.3 68-68 73-63 70-66 69-67 85-51 70.6-65.3 96-40 74-62 85.3-50.7 68.6-67.3 77-59 77-59 91-45 88-48 77-59 79-57 84-52 82-63

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02/07/98 W 80-65 02/06/99 W 93-88 01/26/00 W 101.5-79.5 02/10/01 L 106-75 02/02/02 W 92-89 02/15/03 W 92-88 02/07/04 W 101-80 02/05/05 W 101-80 02/04/06 W 93-88 02/03/07 W 95-86 02/02/08 W 95-86 02/07/09 L 107-74 02/25/10 L 97-84 02/05/11 L 96-85 02/04/12 W 98-83 02/03/13 W 93-88 02/01/14 W 100-81 02/07/15 W 102-79 02/06/16 W 107-74 02/04/17 L 97-84

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Army-Navy Outdoor All-Time Series Overall: In Annapolis: In West Point: At Neutral Site:

Army-Navy Outdoor Series Results Year W/L Score Site 1923 L 67.67-58.33 A 1924 L 79-56 H 1925 W 72.5-62.5 A 1926 L 69.4-65.6 H 1927 L 103.67-31.33 A 1928 L 84.5-41.5 H 1929 No meet held 1930 No meet held 1931 No meet held 1932 No meet held 1933 L 76-50 A 1934 W 76.33-49.67 H 1935 L 68.1-57.9 A 1936 L 64.67-61.33 H 1937 W 68-58 A 1938 W 70-56 H 1939 L 81-45 A 1940 W 69-57 H 1941 L 66.67-59.33 A 1942 L 63.67-62.33 H 1943 W 65.33-60.67 A 1944 W 74-52 H 1945 W 72.4-53.6 A

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1946 W 70.33-55.67 H 1947 L 74.5-51.5 A 1948 L 77-54 H 1949 L 107.5-23.5 A 1950 L 86.5-44.5 H 1951 L 68.67-62.33 A 1952 L 69.4-61.6 H 1953 L 73.5-57.5 A 1954 W 81.6- 49.4 H 1955 L 65.67-65.33 A 1956 W 71.5-59.5 H 1957 L 66-65 A 1958 W 84.33-46.67 H 1959 W 74-66 A 1960 W 76.67-54.33 H 1961 W 91-49 A 1962 L 75-74 H 1963 L 82-67 A 1964 L 80-69 H 1965 W 85-68 A 1966 L 78-76 H 1967 L 87-67 A 1968 L 114-40 A 1969 L 110-44 H 1970 L 108-46 A

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1971 L 80-74 H 1972 W 100-54 A 1973 W 100-54 H 1974 W 84-70 A 1975 W 86-77 H 1976 W 92-70 A 1977 L 83-80 H 1978 L 85-78 A 1979 W 82-81 H 1980 L 95-68 A 1981 L 98-65 H 1982 W 97-66 A 1983 W 103-60 H 1984 W 82-81 A 1985 W 97-66 H 1986 W 83-79 A 1987 W 84-79 H 1988 W 92-71 A 1989 L 86-77 H 1990 W 88-75 A 1991 W 100-63 H 1992 W 93.2-69.8 A 1993 W 109-54 H 1994 L 82-81 A 1995 L 87.5-75.5 H

1996 L 106-57 A 1997 L 89-74 H 1998 W 92-71 A 1999 W 157-132 N 2000 W 108-95 A 2001 W 102-101 H 2002 L 114-89 A 2003 W 103-100 H 2004 W 105-98 A 2005 W 102-100 H 2006 L 105-97 A 2007 L 103-100 H 2008 W 118-85 A 2009 L 117-85 H 2010 L 119-84 A 2011 L 103-97 H 2012 W 102.5-100.5 A 2013 W 105-97 H 2014 W 124-79 A 2015 W 115-85 H 2016 W 119-84 A 2017 W 108-95 H


2018 TRACK & FIELD Army-Navy Star Meet Records (MEN)

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Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet Records Event Name 60m Dash Jerry Blow 200m Dash Jordan Sartor-Francis 400m Run Michael Greene 500m Run Michael Greene 800m Run Cardell Williams 1,000m Run Tom Szoka 1-Mile Run Dan Browne 3,000m Run Dan Browne 60m Hurdles Domonick Sylve High Jump Leo Williams Pole Vault Mark Vetere Long Jump Wendell Champion Triple Jump Joel Robertson Shot Put Scott Haney Weight Throw Pat Martin 4x400m Relay Cochran Morrill Forsythe Foos 4x800m Relay Ferrara Livingston Meyer Torre Santiago

School Army Navy Navy Navy Army Army Army Army Army Navy Navy Army Navy Navy Army Army

Time / Distance 6.64 (c) 21.40 47.25 1:02.51 1:51.39 2:23.50 3:59.37 8:08.20 7.87 2.28m (7-05.75) 5.23m (17-01.75) 7.49m (24-07.00) 15.67m (51-05.00) 18.16m (59-07.00) 20.28m (66-06.50) 3:14.0 (h,y)

Army 7:35.69

Year 02/16/80 02/06/16 02/13/88 02/14/85 02/21/81 02/13/86 02/01/97 02/03/96 02/05/11 02/20/82 02/01/14 02/14/85 02/05/94 02/17/73 02/06/93 02/24/68

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Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet Records Event Name 100m Dash Clay Stackhouse 200m Dash Torrance Chaplin 400m Run Torrance Chaplin 800m Run Tom Szoka 1,500m Run Ron Harris 5,000m Run Mike Bernstein 110m Hurdles Mike Fahnestock 400m Hurdles John Zomick 3,000m Steeplechase Tyno Carter High Jump Leo Williams Pole Vault Lee Bares Long Jump Kevin Kullander Triple Jump Josh Stewart Shot Put Mike Berkowitz Discus John Campbell Hammer Throw Gerald Ingalls Javelin Throw Jay Stell 4x100m Relay Kevin Dyer Ben Sims Jose Santana Tyler Davis 4x400m Relay Venters Lanoue Moore Greene

School Navy Navy Navy Army Navy Army Army Army Army Navy Army Army Navy Navy Navy Army Army Army

Navy

Time / Distance 10.48 21.03 46.32 1:49.3 (h) 3:42.84 14:13.2 (h) 14.14 (c) 52.34 (c) 8:52.58 2.25m (7-04.50) 5.15m (16-10.75) 7.57m (24-10.00) 15.66m (51-04.50) 18.63m (61-01.50) 57.18m (187-07) 64.92m (213-00) 70.72m (232-00) 40.41

Year 1990 1999 2000 1985 1987 1995 1981 1985 1989 1982 2016 1981 2000 1964 2017 1966 2014 2017

3:11.94 (c)

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Army-Navy Indoor All-Time Series Overall: In Annapolis: In West Point:

Navy leads, 15-14-1 Navy leads, 8-6-1 Army leads, 8-7

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Army-Navy Indoor Series Results Date W/L Score Site 02/14/87 L 72-46 A 02/12/88 L 83-35 H 02/10/89 L 90-28 A 02/09/90 L 73-45 H 02/08/91 L 95-23 A 02/07/92 L 69-49 H 02/05/93 L 63-53 A 02/04/94 L 82.3-35.7 H 02/03/95 L 64-54 A 02/02/96 T 74-74 H 01/31/97 W 73-63 A 02/07/98 L 74-71 H 02/06/99 W 93-88 A 02/12/00 W 113-68 H 02/11/01 W 100-81 A 02/02/02 W 93-88 H 02/15/03 L 97-81 A 02/07/04 W 94.5-86.5 H

02/05/05 L 92-89 02/04/06 W 99.5-81.5 02/03/07 W 107-73 02/02/08 W 93.5-87.5 02/07/09 W 92-88 02/26/10 W 97-87 02/05/11 W 103.5-77.5 02/04/12 W 112.5-68.5 02/03/13 W 97-84 02/01/14 W 104-77 02/07/15 L 94-87 02/06/16 L 91-90 02/04/17 L 100-81

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Army-Navy Outdoor All-Time Series Overall: In Annapolis: In West Point: At Neutral Site:

Army-Navy Outdoor Series Results Year W/L Score Site 04/11/87 L 94-65 H 04/09/88 L 115-39 A 04/07/89 L 90-64 H 04/07/90 L 83-71 A 04/05/91 L 99-55 H 04/05/92 L 93-61 A 04/09/93 L 81-73 H 04/01/94 L 89-65 A 03/31/95 W 83-71 H 04/05/96 L 80.3-73.7 A 04/02/97 W 82.5-71.5 H 04/01/98 L 103-60 A 04/03/99 W 103-100 N 04/08/00 W 118-85 A 04/07/01 W 107-96 H 04/20/02 W 109-94 A 04/05/03 L 106-97 H 04/17/04 L 112-91 A

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Navy leads, 17-14 Navy leads, 10-5 Army leads, 9-7 Navy leads, 1-0 (at Biloxi, Miss. `99)

04/16/05 W 110-92 04/14/06 W 104-99 04/14/07 W 107-96 04/11/08 L 119.5-83.5 04/11/09 W 116-87 04/10/10 W 107-93 04/08/11 W 129-73 04/07/12 W 116-87 04/06/13 W 107-96 04/05/14 L 103.5-99.5 04/04/15 W 101-99 04/02/16 W 103-100 04/01/17 W 105-98

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Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet Records Event Name 60m Dash Loni Forsythe 200m Dash Meghan Venable-Thomas 400m Run Tineisha Davis 500m Run Tineisha Davis 800m Run Roxanne Theobald 1,000m Run Meghan Harvey 1-Mile Run Catherine Gaffigan 3,000m Run Melissa Foon 60m Hurdles Kristen Andrews High Jump Meagan Hilla Pole Vault Amanda Hasenauer Long Jump Diana Wills Triple Jump Diana Wills Shot Put Sara Fields Weight Throw Jen Leatherman 4x400m Relay Pegues Winters Mundekis Murray 4x800m Relay Davis DiPiero Kern Guthrie

School Navy Army Navy Navy Army Navy Army Navy Navy Army Navy Army Army Army Navy Army

Time / Distance 7.59 25.25 55.90 1:13.00 2:12.40 2:52.24 4:50.30 9:49.11 8.72 1.74m (5-08.50) 3.92m (12-10.25) 5.85m (19-02.25) 12.82m (42-00.75) 14.80m (48-06.75) 18.07m (59-03.50) 3:53.94

Year 02/03/07 02/03/07 02/05/05 02/07/04 02/03/95 02/06/16 02/03/95 02/12/00 02/03/07 02/06/16 02/15/03 02/12/88 02/09/90 02/07/04 02/07/04 02/06/16

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02/05/05

Army-Navy Outdoor Star Meet Records Event Name 100m Dash Loni Forsythe 200m Dash Meghan Venable-Thomas 400m Run Tineisha Davis 800m Run Amanda Agana 1,500m Run Kim McGreevy 5,000m Run Brigid Byrne 100m Hurdles Kaitlyn Love 400m Hurdles Joanna Helm 3,000m Steeplechase Mary Prakel High Jump Kristin Smith Pole Vault Kirsten Andrews Long Jump Diana Wills Triple Jump Diana Wills Shot Put Briyah Brown Discus Lauren Allam Hammer Throw Jen Leatherman Javelin Throw Danielle Still 4x100m Relay Martin Perez Meghan Venable-Thomas McLeggan 4x400m Relay Lily Brose Brittany Burg Hali McFadgen Amanda Agana

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Time / Distance 11.50 24.53 54.16 2:11.46 4:28.10 16:54.22 14.19 1:01.54 10:51.77 1.75m (5-08.75) 3.98m (13-00.75) 6.11m (20-00.50) 13.07m (42-10.75) 14.65m (48-00.75) 49.65m (162-10) 57.99m (190-03) 47.42m (155-07) 46.61

Year 04/16/05 04/14/07 04/16/05 04/02/16 03/31/95 04/06/13 04/07/12 04/08/00 04/06/13 04/07/12 04/14/07 04/09/88 04/07/90 04/04/15 04/05/14 04/17/04 04/14/06 04/16/05

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2018 TRACK & FIELD All-Time Achievements (MEN) NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP (TEAM) Year Season 1945 Outdoor

NCAA CHAMPIONS (INDIVIDUAL) Year 1982 1981 1981 1973 1945 1945 1945

Name (Event – Season) Leo Williams (High Jump – In) Leo Williams (High Jump – In) Leo Williams (High Jump – Out) Ted Bregar (Weight Throw – In) William Kash (440yd – Out) John VanVelzer (100yd – Out) Robert Patton (Javelin – Out)

NAVY SCORING IN THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP (INDOOR) Year Place 2007 51st 2004 44th 1997 64th 1993 41st 1992 42nd 1991 41st 1989 49th 1987 50th 1983 21st 1982 14th 1981 15th 1980 46th 1974 48th 1973 15th 1969 17th

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Year 2007 2004 1999 1997 1993 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1987 1987 1983 1982 1981 1973 1973 1969 1960

Name (Event) Paul Harris (800) Erik Schmidt (Mile) Michael Ryan (Mile) John Mentzer (5,000) Greg Keller (Mile) Todd Washburn (5,000) Greg Keller (Mile) Matt Howard (Weight Throw) Matt Howard (Weight Throw) Charles Bailey (Weight Throw) Charles Bailey (Weight Throw) Michael Greene (500) Ron Harris (3,000) Ron Harris (5,000) Leo Williams (High Jump) Leo Williams (High Jump) Leo Williams (High Jump) Scott Haney (Shot Put) Ted Bregar (Weight Throw) Edwin Potts (Weight Throw) Henry Sage (Weight Throw)

ALL-AMERICANS (OUTDOOR)

NAVY SCORING IN THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP (OUTDOOR) Year Place 2017 59th 2016 64th 2014 38th 1993 59th 1992 50th 1987 45th 1983 85th 1982 53rd 1981 17th 1973 36th 1969 33rd 1968 23rd 1966 49th 1964 40th 1963 20th 1962 35th 1961 27th 1960 39th 1958 32nd 1952 20th 1951 27th 1945 1st 1943 20th 1936 25th

ALL-AMERICANS (INDOOR)

Year 2017 2016 2014 2013 2012 1998 1997 1997 1993 1993 1993 1992 1991 1983 1982 1981 1973 1969 1968 1963 1947 1947 1946 1946 1945 1945 1945 1935

Name (Event) Lucas Stalnaker (10,000m) Jay Stell (Javelin) Jay Stell (Javelin) Zack Duncavage (Discus) Zack Duncavage (Discus) John Mentzer (10,000) Jon Clemens (Steeplechase) John Mentzer (10,000) Stan Duplaga (Javelin) Greg Keller (Steeplechase) Todd Washburn (5,000) Greg Keller (Steeplechase) Robert Sehnert (Shot Put) Leo Williams (High Jump) Leo Williams (High Jump) Leo Williams (High Jump) Ted Bregar (Hammer Throw) Edwin Potts (Hammer Throw) James Dare (Steeplechase) Douglas Tozour (Hammer Throw) Fredric Bouwman (Long Jump) Fredric Bouwman (Triple Jump) Bert Atkinson (High Jump) Robert Banks (High Hurdles) William Kash (440-yard) John VanVelzer (100-yard) Robert Patton (Javelin) Fred Bakutis (Javelin)

ALL-AMERICANS (CROSS COUNTRY) Year 1996 1992 1987 1966

Name (Site) Jon Clemens (Tucson, Ariz.) Greg Keller (Bloomington, Ind.) Ron Harris (Milwaukee, Wis.) John Lawlor (Lawrence, Kan.)

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OLYMPIANS Year 1984 1972 1972 1936

Name (Event) Leo Williams (High Jump – Alternate) Ted Bregar (Hammer Throw – Alternate) James Dare (Steeplechase – Alternate) Joe Patterson (400 Hurdles – 4th)

OLYMPIC TRIALS

Year 2008 2004 2004 2004 2000 2000 2000 1996 1996 1972

Name (Event) John Mentzer (Marathon – 18th) Aaron Lanzel (1,500 – 13th) Mark Newman (Marathon) Erik Schmidt (1,500) Torrance Chaplin (400) Mark Newman (Marathon) Michael Ryan (1,500 – 10th) Ron Harris (5,000 – 3rd) Mark Newman (Marathon) Ted Bregar (Hammer Throw – 6th)

PATRIOT LEAGUE  CHAMPIONSHIPS Year Season 2017 Indoor 2016 Indoor 2015 Indoor 2014 Indoor 2013 Indoor 2011 Indoor 2008 Indoor 2005 Indoor 2004 Indoor

Year Season 2017 Outdoor 2016 Outdoor 2015 Outdoor 2014 Outdoor 2008 Outdoor

PATRIOT LEAGUE HONORS Year 2017 2017 2016 2016 2015 2015 2014 2014 2013 2011 2008 2008 2005 2004

Coach of the Year (Season) Stephen Cooksey (Outdoor) Stephen Cooksey (Indoor) Stephen Cooksey (Outdoor) Stephen Cooksey (Indoor) Stephen Cooksey (Outdoor) Stephen Cooksey (Indoor) Stephen Cooksey (Outdoor) Stephen Cooksey (Indoor) Stephen Cooksey (Indoor) Stephen Cooksey (Indoor) Stephen Cooksey (Outdoor) Stephen Cooksey (Indoor) Stephen Cooksey (Indoor) Stephen Cooksey (Indoor)

Year 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2013 2013 2013 2012 2012 2010 2010 2009 2008 2008 2007 2006 2005 2005 2005 2004 2002 1993

Most Outstanding Performer Cameron Hurd (Rookie – Out) John Campbell (Field – Out) Mark Vetere (Field – Out) Zack Duncavage (Field – Out) Weston Kennedy (Track – In) Zack Duncavage (Field – In) Austin Batiste (Rookie – In) Jay Stell (Rookie – Out) Mark Vetere (Rookie – In) Mark Vetere (Rookie – Out) Andrew Hanko (Track – In) Dean Black (Rookie – Out) Mark Van Orden (Field – Out) Ron Belany (Field – In) Darryl Hunter (Field – Out) Paul Harris (Track – Out) Paul Harris (Track – In) Jamar Green (Track – In) Ralph Lufkin (Field – In) Kyle Obrock (Co-Field – Out) Eric Porter (Track – In) Tom Delaney (Field – Out) Greg Keller (Co-Athlete – Out)

PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS (INDOOR) 55m 1994

Michael Jefferson

60m 2015

Jordan Sartor-Francis

200m 2015 2014 2005 2004

Jordan Sartor-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis Jamar Green Eric Porter

400m 2015 2013 2006 2005 2004

Austin Batiste Austin Batiste William Ricks Jamar Green Eric Porter

500m 2016 2015 2012 2011 2007 2006 2004 1994

Nate Gainey Nate Gainey Matt Evers Matt Evers Paul Harris Paul Harris Eric Brye Matthew Niedzgiecki

800m 2012 2008

Lucas Connelly Craig Meekins

1,000m 2013 2012 2010 2009 2004 2000

Weston Kennedy Dominic Della Pelle Cody Rome Jonathan Grant Erik Schimdt Aaron Lanzel


2018 TRACK & FIELD All-Time Achievements (MEN)

1-Mile Run 2013 Weston Kennedy 2012 Ken Bunnell 2011 Dominic Della Pelle 3,000m 2013 2012 2011 2010 2005 1998

Kyle Satterwhite Cody Rome Cody Rome Andrew Hanko Joshua Sink Michale Ryan

5,000m 2015 2012 2011 2010

Sam Peckham Cody Rome Andrew Hanko Andrew Hanko

55m Hurdles 2006 Marcus Scarborough 2000 Matt Woehmyer 1996 T.J. Peterson 60m Hurdles 2017 Kordell Williams 2012 Mitch Simmonds 2008 Ron Belany 2007 Ron Belany 2005 Travis Rainey 2004 Adesina Ekundayo High Jump 2016 Tyler Russell 2007 Cole Herron 2006 Stephen White 2005 Stephen White 1998 Aaron Shulski Long Jump 2008 Ron Belany Triple Jump 2008 Dante Marshall 2006 Dante Marshall 2005 Dante Marshall Pole Vault 2015 Mark Vetere 2014 Jiles Maness 2013 Mark Vetere 2012 Mark Vetere 2011 Ryan Kochert 2005 Kelly Stephens 2001 Tom Delaney 1994 Rob Green Weight Throw 2016 John Campbell 2015 Tom Buffone 2013 Zack Duncavage 2011 Chris Ricks 2010 Mark Van Orden 2009 Mark Van Orden 2008 Chris Bordino 2005 Ralph Lufkin 1994 Timothy Phelps

Shot Put 2016 Griffie Loy 2014 Zack Duncavage 2008 Darryl Hunter 2007 Darryl Hunter 2005 Darryl Hunter 2001 Steven Ranes 1997 Colin Echols 1995 Blake Wilburn 4x400m Relay 2017 Dan Kelly Cam DeCoursey Simon Whitfield Nate Gainey 2011 Jackson Kempel Ash Evers 2008 Carpentier Ricks Meekins Harris 2007 Harris Ricks Meekins Lindsay 2006 Harris Ricks Meekins Lindsay 2005 Green Ricks Levinson Harris 2004 Brye Green Levinson Porter 4x800m Relay 2016 Justin Hyytinen Nick Palermo Steve Schroeder Roberto Swersky 2012 Kennedy Connelly Haney Della Pelle 2008 Harris Meekins Kozy Burke 2004 McCann Schmidt Sink Taveras Distance Medley Relay 2014 Swersky Dunn Palermo Rynning 2012 Haney Kingsland Kennedy Bunnell

3,000m Steeplechase 2017 Sam Williams 2012 Ken Bunnell 2011 Dean Black 2010 Dean Black 2008 Josh Olsen 2006 Michael Niemi 1993 Greg Keller

2011 Haney Stevenson Rome Hanko 2010 Foote Ash Della Pelle Stevenson 2007 Sarchione Carpentier Kozy Burke 2004 Schmidt Sink Taveras Spletzer

High Jump 2016 Tyler Russell 2015 Tyler Russell 2010 Josh Houston 2008 William Stillman 2007 Stephen White 2006 Stephen White 1998 Larry Smith

Heptathlon 2013 Rand Montermini 2008 Ron Belany

PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS (OUTDOOR) 100m 2015 2014

Jordan Sartor-Francis Jordan Sartor-Francis

200m 2017 2014 2008 2007

Devin Enslen Jordan Sartor-Francis Shun White Paul Harris

400m 2007 2004

Paul Harris Eric Porter

800m 2008 2006

Craig Meekins Paul Harris

1,500m 2013 2012 2011 2010

Weston Kennedy Dominic Della Pelle Andrew Hanko Andrew Hanko

5,000m 2016 2011 2010 2009 2000

Steve Schroeder Andrew Hanko Andrew Hanko Andrew Hanko Jared Moore

10,000m 2017 Lucas Stalnaker 2014 Ryan Kelley 2013 Christopher Galvin 110m Hurdles 2017 Kordell Williams 2007 Ron Belany 2006 Marcus Scarborough 2005 Trevis Rainey 2004 Adesina Ekundayo 2000 Jay Tanjuan 400m Hurdles 2017 Cameron Hurd

Pole Vault 2017 Jonathan Drablos 2015 Mark Vetere 2014 Mark Vetere 2013 Mark Vetere 2012 Mark Vetere 2008 Kraegan Bramer 2002 Tom Delaney Long Jump 2008 Ron Belany 2005 Adriel Morgan 1993 Lucas Kerley Shot Put 2015 Griffie Loy 2014 Zack Duncavage 2012 Chris Boniwell 2011 Chris Boniwell 2008 Darryl Hunter 2007 Darryl Hunter 2005 Darryl Hunter 2004 Nate Michael Discus 2014 2013 2012 2008 2007 2004 1997

Zack Duncavage Zack Duncavage Zack Duncavage Darryl Hunter Andre Barber Nate Michael Jon Gagnon

Hammer Throw 2017 John Campbell 2016 John Campbell 2015 Tom Buffone 2010 Mark Van Orden 2009 Mark Van Orden 2008 Mark Van Orden 1993 Larry Coleman Javelin 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2008 2005

Sean Richards Sean Richards Jay Stell Jay Stell Jay Stell Miles Snelgrove Bo Lawson Kyle Obrock

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2018 TRACK & FIELD All-Time Achievements (MEN) 4x100m Relay 2013 Goldstone Bogaard Batiste Simmonds 2004 Brazier Hines Hunt Porter 4x400m Relay 2016 Whitfield G. Harris Gainey Batiste 2007 Harris Lindsay Meekins Ricks 2005 Green Harris Lindsay Ricks 4x800m Relay 2014 Kingsland Kennedy Palermo Rynning

HEPS OVERVIEW Team Titles Year Season 1993 Indoor 1992 Indoor 1974 Indoor 1973 Indoor

Year Season 1993* Outdoor 1992 Outdoor 1991 Outdoor 1945 Outdoor

* – Program-best score of 146 points (12th-most all-time)

HEPS MOST OUTSTANDING PERFORMERS Year 2000 1999 1992 1991 1987 1986 1982 1973 1965

Name (Season) Torrance Chaplin (Outdoor) Michael Ryan (Indoor) Greg Keller (Indoor) Anthony Terrell (Outdoor) Ron Harris (Indoor) Michael Greene (Indoor) Leo Williams (Indoor) Scott Haney (Indoor) Mike Brown (Indoor)

IC4A OVERVIEW Team Titles Year Season 1973 Outdoor 1946 Outdoor 1945 Outdoor 1944 Outdoor

CAA OVERVIEW Team Titles Year Season 1991 N/A

Coach of the Year Year Name 1991 Stephen Cooksey

COSIDA ACADEMIC  ALL-AMERICANS Year 2017 2015 2014 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2007 2004 2000 1992

Name (Team) Ryan Speir (1st) Tom Buffone (1st) Tom Buffone (2nd) Brett Bogaard (2nd) Christopher Galvin (1st) Cody Rome (2nd) Cody Rome (2nd) Mark Van Orden (1st) Mark Van Orden (3rd) Michael Niemi (2nd) Eric Eckstrand (3rd) Eric Adams (3rd) Matt Bogdan (1st)

COSIDA ACADEMIC  ALL-DISTRICT (Since 2003) Year 2017 2017 2017 2016 2015 2014 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2010 2009 2007 2004 2003 2003

Name (Team) Nate Gainey (1st) Ryan Speir (1st) Sam Williams (1st) Sam Peckham (1st) Tom Buffone (1st) Tom Buffone (1st) Brett Bogaard (1st) Christopher Galvin (1st) Cody Rome (1st) Cody Rome (1st) Cody Rome (1st) Mark Van Orden (1st) Mark Van Orden (1st) Michael Niemi (1st) Eric Eckstrand (1st) Eric Eckstrand (2nd) Aaron Lanzel (1st)

USTFCCCA ALL-ACADEMIC HONOREES Year Name 2017 Stefano Pineda 2012 Christopher Galvin 2012 Ryan Kochert 2012 Cody Rome 2011 Cody Rome 2011 Dean Black 2009 Mark Van Orden 2008 Mark Van Orden 2008 Craig Meekins 2008 John Olsen 2007 Craig Meekins 2007 John Olsen

Individual Champions Total Season 31* Outdoor

* – Ranks as the 14th-most of any program

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PL TRACK AND FIELD SCHOLARATHLETE OF THE YEAR Year 2015 2015 2013 2013 2012 2011 2010 2010 2009 2006

Name (Season) Tom Buffone (Outdoor) Tom Buffone (Indoor) Christopher Galvin (Outdoor) Christopher Galvin (Indoor) Cody Rome (Indoor) Cody Rome (Indoor) Mark Van Orden (Outdoor) Mark Van Orden (Indoor) Mark Van Orden (Indoor) Michael Niemi (Outdoor)

PATRIOT LEAGUE ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Year 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011

Name (Season) Nate Gainey (Outdoor) Nate Gainey (Indoor) Josh Hanna (Indoor) Stefano Pineda (Outdoor) Benjamin Stewart (Indoor) Sam Williams (Outdoor) Sam Peckham (Outdoor) Sam Peckham (Indoor) Nate Gainey (Indoor) Tom Buffone (Outdoor) Sam Peckham (Outdoor) Tom Buffone (Indoor) Nate Gainey (Indoor) Sam Peckham (Indoor) Tom Buffone (Outdoor) Brett Bogaard (Indoor) Brett Bogaard (Indoor) Matthew Deisher (Indoor) Brett Bogaard (Indoor) Brett Bogaard (Outdoor) Tom Buffone (Outdoor) Jeremy Cadiente (Indoor) Christopher Galvin (Indoor) Christopher Galvin (Outdoor) Cody Rome (Outdoor) Cody Rome (Indoor) James Pearson (Indoor) Cody Rome (Indoor) Cody Rome (Outdoor)


2018 TRACK & FIELD All-Time Achievements (WOMEN)

ALL-AMERICANS (DIVISON I) Year 2012 1995

Name (Event – Season) Jess Palacio (1-Mile – In) Kim McGreevey (3,000m – Out)

NCAA CHAMPIONS (DIVISION II)

Year 1991 1987

Name (Event – Season) Marty Shue (1,500m – In) Carol Womack (800m – In)

NAVY SCORING IN THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP (DIVISION II)

Year 1991 1991 1989 1989 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1986 1985 1985 1984 1984 1983 1983

Name (Event – Season) Marty Shue (1,500m – In) Marty Shue (3,000m – Out) Carol Womack (800m – Out) Sarah Colvin (1,500m – In) Carol Womack (800m – In) Carol Womack (800m – Out) Janet Walters (800m – In) Mary Balch (3,000m – In) Carol Womack (800m – Out) Carol Womack (800m – Out) Stefani Green (800m – Out) Stefani Green (400m Hurdles – Out) Stefani Green (800m – Out) Stefani Green (400m Hurdles – Out) Stefani Green (800m – Out) Stefani Green (400m Hurdles – Out)

NCAA DIVISION I EAST REGIONALS (OUTDOOR) Year 2015 2014 2014 2014 2013 2013 2013 2012 2012 2012 2011 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2009 2008 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005

Name (Event – Place) Ashanti Curry (Shot Put) Maressa Guynn (Discus) Lauren Allam (Discus) Teronda Brown (Disucs) Lauren Allam (Discus) Alix Membreno (Javelin) Maressa Guynn (Discus) Alix Membreno (Javelin) Jess Palacio (1,500m) Lauren Allam (Discus) Jess Palacio (800m) Amanda Phelps (Hammer) Lauren Allam (Discus) Alix Membreno (Javelin) Jess Palacio (1,500m) Krystina Johnson (High Jump) Carey Young (Steeplechase) Jacqui Charnigo (Pole Vault) Kirsten Andrews (Pole Vault) Jacqui Charnigo (Pole Vault) Kirsten Andrews (Pole Vault) Kirsten Andrews (100m Hurdles) Jacqui Charnigo (Pole Vault) Danielle Still (Javelin) Loni Forsythe (100m) Danielle Still (Javelin) Jessica Orr (4x400m Relay) Erin Demchko Vicki Moore Taren Burkett

2004 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003

Jen Leatherman (Hammer) Kirsten Andrews (100m Hurdles) Loni Forsythe (100m) Danielle Still (Javelin) Tineisha Davis (400m) Amanda Hasenauer (Pole Vault) Joanne Uwujaren (Triple Jump) Joanne Uwujaren (Long Jump) Kacee Jossis (4x400m) Amy Stokes Eva Tukarski Tineisha Davis

PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS Year Season 2011 Indoor 2009 Indoor 2001 Indoor

Year Season 2012 Outdoor 2003 Outdoor

PATRIOT LEAGUE HONORS Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2001

Coach of the Year (Season) Carla Criste (Outdoor) Carla Criste (Indoor) Carla Criste (Indoor) Carla Criste (Indoor) Carla Criste (Indoor)

Year 2013 2012 2011 2011 2011 2011 2010 2009 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2005 2005 2004 2003 2002 2000 2000

Most Outstanding Performer Maressa Guynn (Field – Out) Jess Palacio (Track – Out) Jess Palacio (Track – In) Jess Palacio (Track – Out) Amanda Phelps (Field – Out) Lauren Allam (Rookie – Out) Jess Palacio (Track – Out) Amy Watson (Track – In) Kirsten Andrews (Field – In) Kirsten Andrews (Field – Out) Loni Forsythe (Track – In) Justine Whipple (Track – Out) Danielle Still (Field – Out) Tineisha Davis (Track – Out) Jacqui Charnigo (Rookie – In) Tineisha Davis (Track – In) Joanne Uwujaren (Field – Out) Amanda Hasenauer (Field – In) Joanna Helm (Track – In) Joanna Helm (Track – Out)

PATRIOT LEAGUE 25TH ANNIVERSARY TEAM (1990-2015) Class Name 2012 Jess Palacio 2007 Kristen Andrews 2005 Tiniesha Davis 2000 Joanna Helm

PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Year 2017 2017 2016 2015 2014 2014 2014 2014 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007

Name (Event – Season) Charlene Kearns (Pole Vault – Out) Rosemary Brinegar (Pole Vault – In) Charlene Kearns (Pole Vault – Out) Amanda Graham (Pole Vault – Out) Crystan McLymore (Triple Jump – Out) Maressa Guynn (Discus – Out) Teronda Brown (Shot Put – Out) Teronda Brown (Shot Put – In) Brigid Byrne (5,000m – Out) Brigid Byrne (10,000m – Out) Crystan McLymore (Triple Jump – Out) Maressa Guynn (Discus – Out) Alix Membreno (Discus – Out) Kristin Smith (High Jump – In) Jess Palacio (800m – Out) Jess Palacio (1,500m – Out) Veronica Ffrench (High Jump – In) Veronica Ffrench (High Jump – Out) Arabia Littlejohn (400m – In) Brigid Byrne (5,000m – In) Amanda Phelps (Weight Throw – In) Jess Palacio (800m – In) Jess Palacio (800m – Out) Jess Palacio (1,500m – Out) Jess Palacio (1-Mile – In) Amanda Phelps (Weight Throw – In) Amanda Phelps (Hammer – Out) Amanda Phelps (Shot Put – Out) Lauren Allam (Discus – Out) Arabia Littlejohn (400m – In) Mansfield Murph (500m – In) Kristin Smith (High Jump – In) Arian Davis (Pentathlon – In) Abby Gesecki (500m – In) Abby Gesecki (400m – Out) Jess Palacio (1-Mile – In) Jess Palacio (800m – Out) Jess Palacio (1,500m – Out) Abby Gesecki (400m – Out) Christine Scales (High Jump – In) Carey Young (Steeplechase – Out) Amy Watson (3,000m – In) Amy Watson (5,000m – In) Arwyn Becker (Steeplechase – Out) Jacqui Charnigo (Pole Vault – In) Jacqui Charnigo (Pole Vault – Out) Vicki Moore (1,000m – In) Erica Ziel (5,000m – In) Erica Ziel (5,000m – Out) Kirsten Andrews (60m Hurdles – In) Kirsten Andrews (Long Jump – In) Kirsten Andrews (100m Hurdles – Out) Kirsten Andrews (Pole Vault – Out) Kirsten Andrews (Long Jump – Out) Vicki Moore (1,000m – In) Loni Forsythe (60m – In) Loni Forsythe (200m – In) Loni Forsythe (100m – Out) Danielle Still (Javelin – Out)

2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2002 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1995 1995 1995 1995 1994

Justine Whipple (3,000m – In) Justine Whipple (5,000m – Out) Justine Whipple (10,000m – Out) Kirsten Andrews (55m Hurdles – In) Kirsten Andrews (100m Hurdles – Out) Danielle Still (Javelin – Out) Danielle Still (Heptathlon – Out) Justine Whipple (5,000m – In) Justine Whipple (10,000m – Out) Kirsten Andrews (60m Hurdles – In) Kirsten Andrews (Pole Vault – In) Tineisha Davis (200m – In) Tineisha Davis (500m – In) Tineisha Davis (400m – Out) Loni Forsythe (100m – Out) Katie Scotidas (100m Hurdles – Out) Danielle Still (Javelin – Out) Kirsten Andrews (100m Hurdles – Out) Tineisha Davis (200m – In) Tineisha Davis (500m – In) Tineisha Davis (400m – Out) Loni Forsythe (200m – Out) Jen Leatherman (Weight Throw – In) Jen Leatherman (Discus – Out) Danielle Still (Heptathlon – Out) Lauren Baker (Pole Vault – Out) Shannon Crites (High Jump – Out) Tineisha Davis (500m – In) Tineisha Davis (400m – Out) Tina Terry (Pole Vault – In) Joanne Uwujaren (Long Jump – Out) Joanne Uwujaren (Triple Jump – Out) Amy Stokes (500m – In) Amy Baxter (1-Mile – In) Marcia Flack (200m – In) Melissa Foon (3,000m – In) Melissa Foon (5,000m – In) Amanda Hasenauer (Pole Vault – In) Kacee Jossis (500m – In) Shannon Crites (High Jump – In) Chantelle Nagbe (Long Jump – In) Chantelle Nagbe (Triple Jump – Out) Amanda Hasenauer (Pole Vault – In) Joanna Helm (55m Hurdles – In) Joanna Helm (Pentathlon – In) Rebecca Cline (3,000m – In) Rebecca Cline (5,000m – Out) Rhonda Leverett (500m – In) Chantelle Nagbe (Triple Jump – In) Chantelle Nagbe (100m – Out) Suzanne Dondero (High Jump – In) Trishette Hall (55m – In) Jackie Hayes (3,000m – In) Jackie Hayes (5,000m – In) Maureen Moroney (800m – In) Sonja Knight (Long Jump – In) Sonja Knight (Triple Jump – In) Kim McGreevy (1-Mile – In) Nancy Olson (1,000m – In) Suzanne Dondero (High Jump – In)

PATRIOT LEAGUE ALL-DECADE TEAM (1990-2000) Class Name 2001 Amy Baxter 2001 Joanna Helm 2000 Chantelle Nagbe

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2018 TRACK & FIELD All-Time Achievements (WOMEN) PATRIOT LEAGUE RELAY CHAMPIONS

Year 2012 2011 2011 2010 2009 2007 2006 2006 2005 2005 2004 2003 2003 2003 1997 1996

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Name (Event – Season) Sarah Bernhardt (4x400m – Out) Colleen McFadden Mansfield Murph Natasha Druggan Colleen McFadden (4x400m – In) Kristin Smith Mansfield Murph Arabia Littlejohn Liz Milewski (4x800m – In) Mansfield Murph Erin Neumann Jess Palacio Abby Gesecki (4x400m – In) Colleen McFadden Mansfield Murph Arabia Littlejohn Maureen Dooley (DMR – In) Jess Palacio Kayla Sax Ashley Waddle Taryn Burkett (DMR – In) Erin Demchko Vicki Moore Stefanie Peskosky Kirsten Andrews (4x100m – Out) Priscilla Lewis Yasmin Sauls Danielle Still Lauren Burmeister (DMR – In) Erin Demchko Maureen Dooley Vicki Moore Michelle Bostic (4x400m – In) Taryn Burkett Tineisha Davis Lori Simerly Taryn Burkett (4x400m – Out) Tineisha Davis Jessica Orr Vicki Moore Tineisha Davis (4x800m – In) Erin Demchko Gina DiPiero Kacee Jossis Tineisha Davis (4x400m – In) Kacee Jossis Amy Stokes Eva Tukarski Tineisha Davis (4x400m – Out) Kacee Jossis Amy Stokes Eva Tukarski Tineisha Davis (4x800m – Out) Kacee Jossis Lisa Procaccini Amy Stokes Tamara Allen (4x100m – Out) Trishette Hall Rhonda Leverett Chantelle Nagbe Alyssa Donovan (4x800m – In) Lori Kelley Tanya Lehmann Maureen Moroney

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Alicia Berlwoski (DMR – In) Rhonda Leverett Kim McGreevy Nancy Olson Marcia Bailey (DMR – In) Kim McGreevy Nancy Olson Karri Zaremba Becky Ingraham (4x400m – In) Rhonda Leverett Beth Schutte Christine Westrich

HEPS OVERVIEW

Individual Champions Year Name (Event – Season) 1999 Susan Smith (Javelin – Out) 1995 Kim McGreevy (1-Mile – In) 1994 Naomi Jackson (Javelin – Out) 1994 Rhonda Leverett (400m – Out) 1994 Sonja Washington (Weight Throw – In) 1993 Jenna Hausvik (200m – Out) 1986 Carol Womack (800m – Out) 1984 Stefani Green (400m Hurdles – Out) 1983 Stefani Green (400m Hurdles – Out)

ECAC OVERVIEW

Team Titles (Division II) Year Season 1991 Indoor 1989 Indoor 1989 Outdoor Most Outstanding Performer Year Name (Season) 1990 Susie Stewart (Outdoor) 1987 Carol Womack (Outdoor) 1985 Stefani Green (Outdoor) Individual Champions Year Name (Event – Season) 2007 Jacqui Charnigo (Pole Vault – Out) 1991 Liz Fitzpatrick (3,000m – Out) 1991 Maureen Magnan (Discus – Out) 1991 Maureen Magnan (Hammer – Out) 1991 Maureen Magnan (Weight Throw – In) 1991 Michelle Montgomery (10,000m – Out) 1991 Kerry O’Neill (5,000m – In) 1991 Kerry O’Neill (5,000m – Out) 1991 Marty Shue (1,500m – In) 1991 Marty Shue (3,000m – In) 1991 Marty Shue (1,500m – Out) 1991 Rochelle Smith (Javelin – Out) 1990 Maureen Magnan (Discus – Out) 1990 Marty Shue (3,000m – In) 1990 Marty Shue (3,000m – Out) 1990 Susie Stewart (5,000m – Out) 1990 Susie Stewart (10,000m – Out) 1989 Laura Bush (10,000m – Out) 1989 Maureen Magnan (Hammer – Out) 1989 Alexis Petrosky (600m – In) 1989 Rochelle Smith (Javelin – Out) 1989 Susie Stewart (3,000m – In) 1989 Susie Stewart (3,000m – Out) 1989 Susie Stewart (5,000m – Out) 1989 Carol Womack (800m – In) 1989 Carol Womack (800m – Out) 1988 Amy Colvin (1,000m – In) 1988 Amy Colvin (1,500m – In)

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1988 1987 1987 1987 1985 1985 1985 1985 1984 1984 1983 1983

Honore Mealey (600m – In) Tawny Petrick (400m Hurdles – Out) Carol Womack (1,000m – In) Carol Womack (800m – Out) Stefani Green (800m – In) Stefani Green (400m Hurdles – Out) Stefani Green (800m – Out) Janet Walters (1,000m – In) Stefani Green (800m – In) Stefani Green (800m – Out) Stefani Green (800m – In) Sue Honan (400m – In)

Relay Champions Year Name (Event – Season) 1991 Kathy Fitzpatrick (DMR – In) Kerry O’Neill Morgan Paul Racquel Williams 1991 Nora Connelly (DMR – Out) Maureen O’Dell Morgan Paul Marty Shue 1991 Sarah Crouse (4x800m – In) Lael House Morgan Paul Racquel Williams 1990 Kathy Fitzpatrick (DMR – In) Lael House Kerry O’Neill Racquel Williams 1989 Laura Hatcher (4x200m – In) Kristi Keffer Michelle Van Exel Racquel Williams 1988 Amy Colvin (DMR – In) Sarah Colvin Dawn Hillman Carol Womack 1988 Amy Colvin (4x800m – In) Sarah Colvin Dawn Hillman Liz Fitzpatrick 1987 Maria Filonczuk (DMR – In) Dawn Hillman Michelle Van Exel Carol Womack 1987 Maria Filonczuk (4x800m – In) Michelle Van Exel Janet Walters Carol Womack 1987 Mary Balch (DMR – Out) Maria Filonczuk Tracy Fuchs Carol Womack 1986 Gretchen Otto (4x800m – In) Janet Walters Berth Watt Carol Womack

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Individual Champions Year Name (Event – Season) 1983 Stefani Green (400m Hurdles – Out) 1982 Stefani Green (600m – In) 1982 Stefani Green (400m – Out) 1982 Stefani Green (400m Hurdles – Out)

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Year 2013 2012 2007 2006 1984

Name (Team) Brigid Byrne (1st) Brigid Byrne (3rd) Kirsten Andrews (1st) Kirsten Andrews (3rd) Stefani Green (2nd)

ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT Year 2017 2017 2017

Name (Team) Lily Brose (1st) Erin McDonnell (1st) Erin Seiffert (1st)

USA TODAY ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Year 2008

Name (Team) Vicki Moore (2nd)

PL TRACK AND FIELD SCHOLARATHLETE OF THE YEAR Year 2013 2009 2009 2008 2008 2007 2007 2006

Name (Season) Brigid Byrne (Outdoor) Erica Ziel (Indoor) Erica Ziel (Outdoor) Vicki Moore (Indoor) Vicki Moore (Outdoor) Kirsten Andrews (Indoor) Kirsten Andrews (Outdoor) Kirsten Andrews (Outdoor)

PL WOMEN’S SCHOLARATHLETE OF THE YEAR Year 2013 2007

Name Brigid Byrne Kirsten Andrews

PATRIOT LEAGUE ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Year 2017 2016 2016 2015 2015 2014 2013 2013 2013 2013 2012 2012 2011 2011 2011

Name (Season) Lily Brose (Outdoor) Morgan O’Connor (Outdoor) Morgan O’Connor (Indoor) Shannon Cuthbert (Outdoor) Sarah Bernhardt (Indoor) Emily Jensen (Outdoor) Brigid Byrne (Outdoor) Annie-Norah Beveridge (Outdoor) Brigid Byrne (Indoor) Annie-Norah Beveridge (Indoor) Brigid Byrne (Outdoor) Brigid Byrne (Indoor) Brigid Byrne (Outdoor) Brigid Byrne (Indoor) Liz Milewski (Indoor)


2018 TRACK & FIELD All-Time Captains (MEN)

2017-18 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01

Devin Enslen (Indoor) Sean Richards (Outdoor) Nate Gainey (Indoor) Griffie Loy (Outdoor) Austin Batiste (Indoor) Jay Stell (Outdoor) Tom Buffone (Indoor) Joshua Kingsland (Outdoor) Zack Duncavage (Indoor) Weston Kennedy (Outdoor) Mitch Simmonds (Indoor) Kolton Kempel (Outdoor) Dominic Della Pelle (Indoor) Christopher Ricks (Outdoor) David Ash (Indoor) * David Ash (Outdoor) Mark Van Orden (Indoor) Matthew Hanley (Outdoor) Andrew Grant (Indoor) Chris Bordino (Outdoor) Craig Meekins (Indoor) Lucas Burke (Outdoor) Cameron Lindsay (Indoor) Cole Herron (Outdoor) Sam Spletzer (Indoor) Joshua Sink (Outdoor) Joshua McCann (Indoor) Ralph Lufkin (Outdoor) Eric Porter (Indoor) Nate Michael (Outdoor) Ray Driscoll (Indoor) Aaron Lanzel (Outdoor) C.J. Simonsen (Indoor) Tom Delaney (Outdoor) Robert Schwenzer (Indoor) Jonathan Hayes (Outdoor)

1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83

Torrance Chaplin (Indoor) Eric Adams (Outdoor) Matt Poirier (Indoor) John McNamara (Outdoor) James Koehler (Indoor) John Mentzer (Outdoor) Blair Swaim (Indoor) Jon Clemens (Outdoor) Greg Sutton (Indoor) Bill Pennington (Outdoor) Bruce Frame (Indoor) John Krall (Outdoor) Joel Robertson (Indoor) Matt Niedzwiecki (Outoor) Greg Keller (Indoor) Lucas Kerley (Outdoor) Jeff Nordstrom (Indoor) John Fox (Outdoor) Matthew Howard (Indoor) Eric Cash (Outdoor) Efrem Venters (Indoor) * Efrem Venters (Outdoor) Chuck Bailey (Indoor) Chris Campbell (Outdoor) Michael Greene (Indoor) Kevin Ross (Outdoor) Wallace Moore (Indoor) * Wallace Moore (Outdoor) Jeff Wolstenholme (Indoor) Brian O’Malley (Outdoor) Lloyd Wright (Indoor) Austin Coleman (Outdoor) Tae Andrews (Indoor) Joe Konicki (Outdoor) Leo Williams (Indoor) * Leo Williams (Outdoor)

1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66

Rick Smith (Indoor) Mark Banks (Outdoor) Pat Bailey (Indoor) Mark Donahue (Outdoor) Jeff Colvin (Indoor) Jim Sheairs (Outdoor) Erik Christensen (Indoor) Charlie Booth (Outdoor) Jim Cheever (Indoor) Dave Barile (Outdoor) Henry Brus (Indoor) Elijah Turner / Claude Barron (Outdoor) Andy Hutchinson (Indoor) Donald Parker / Randy Pritchett (Outdoor) Todd Brannon (Indoor) Ed Stefanik (Outdoor) Ted Bregar (Indoor) Brad Stephan (Outdoor) Scott Haney (Indoor) Steve Harkins / Wayne Kennard (Outdoor) John P. McLaughlin (Indoor) R.C. Brilla (Outdoor) J.A. Bloom (Indoor) D.P. Miller (Outdoor) P.M. Felix (Indoor) R.O. Clark (Outdoor) E.S. Potts (Indoor) J.R. Paddock (Outdoor) J. Kiffer (Indoor) P.J. Katauskas / J.P. Cosgrove (Outdoor) R.C. Smith, Jr. (Indoor) J.S. Payne (Outdoor) G.L. Dimming (Indoor) J.G. Prout (Outdoor)

* – Captain for both Indoor and Outdoor seasons

All-Time Captains (WOMEN) 2017-18 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06

Brittany Burg (Indoor) Ashanti Curry (Outdoor) Lily Brose (Indoor) Stephanie Simon (Outdoor) Ashley Ross (Indoor) Angie Cleveland (Outdoor) Sarah Bernhardt (Indoor) Sierra Parks (Outdoor) Veronica Ffrench (Indoor) Teronda Brown (Outdoor) Stephanie Payne (Indoor) Melanie Sluzewicz (Outdoor) Mansfield Murph (Indoor) Amanda Phelps (Outdoor) Ashley Bucholz (Indoor) Janet von Eiff (Outdoor) Abby Geseck (Indoor) Mia Blundetto (Outdoor) Debbi Cho (Indoor) Angelique Martin (Outdoor) Lauren Burmeister (Indoor) Jacqui Charnigo (Outdoor) Kirsten Andrews (Indoor) Priscilla Lewis (Outdoor) Yasmin Sauls (Indoor) Cayanne McFarlane (Outdoor)

2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93

Katie Scotidas (Indoor) Tineisha Davis (Outdoor) Kacee Jossis (Indoor) Lauren Baker (Outdoor) Joanne Uwujaren (Indoor) Shannon Crites (Outdoor) Laura Zarcaro (Indoor) Jessica Crocker (Outdoor) Marcia Flack (Indoor) Jocelyn Batcher (Outdoor) Joanna Helm (Indoor) Chantelle Nagbe (Outdoor) Alyssa Donovan (Indoor) Meghan Filson (Outdoor) Regina Ware (Indoor) Sarah Neville (Outdoor) Rhonda Leverett (Indoor) Jen Drake (Outdoor) Alicia Chiaramonte (Indoor) Naomi Jackson (Outdoor) Sonja Knight (Indoor) Nancy Olson (Outdoor) Christine Westrich (Indoor) Rebecca Ingraham (Outoor) Linda Garner (Indoor) Nora Connelly (Outdoor)

1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86

Alexis Petrosky (Indoor) Rochelle Smith (Outdoor) Maureen Magnan (Indoor) Elizabeth Fitzpatrick (Outdoor) Racquel Williams (Indoor) Honore Mealey (Outdoor) Carol Womack (Indoor) * Carol Womack (Outdoor) Matice Wright (Indoor) Erin Martin (Outdoor) Janet Walters (Indoor) Joanie Rangitsch (Outdoor) Patty Peterson (Indoor) * Patty Peterson (Outdoor)

* – Captain for both Indoor and Outdoor seasons

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2018 TRACK & FIELD Wesley A. Brown Field House

Built facing the scenic Severn River in 2008, the Wesley A. Brown Field House is a 140,000-square-foot multi-function athletic facility that has served as the home for the Naval Academy’s men’s track & field program. The facility boasts a unique combination of a 76,000-squarefoot retractable Magic Carpet Astroturf system and a Mondo track surface with hydraulically controlled banked curves. The 200-meter hydraulic banked track is one of only four of its kind in the United States. It also features dual pole vault/jumping runways and throwing areas. State-of-the-art weight training and sports medicine facilities, as well as equipment storage areas round out this newest crown jewel to the Navy athletics arsenal. The facility is named for the late Lieutenant Commander Wesley A. Brown, CEC, USN, (Ret.), the first African American to graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy. Brown was born April 3, 1927 in Baltimore, Md. He graduated from Dunbar High School in Washington, D.C., where he was Cadet Corps Regimental Commander during his senior year. Nominated for admission by New York Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, Brown entered the Academy in 1945 and graduated in June of 1949. Lt. Cmdr. Brown, a veteran of World War II, the Korean and Vietnam Wars, retired in June 1969 after serving 20 years in the Navy’s Civil Engineer Corps. He holds the Navy Commendation Medal, World War II and Korean War Victory, Korean Service, and American Theater and Antarctic Service Ribbons. Brown passed away in 2012. Event 60m Dash – M 60m Dash – W 200m Dash – M 200m Dash – W 400m Run – M 400m Run – W 500m Run – M 500m Run – W 800m Run – M 800m Run – W 1,000m Run – M 1,000m Run – W 1-Mile Run – M 1-Mile Run – W 3,000m Run – M 3,000m Run – W 5,000m Run – M 5,000m Run – W 60m Hurdles – M 60m Hurdles – W 4x400m Relay – M 4x400m Relay – W 4x800m Relay – M 4x800m Relay – W Distance Medley Relay – M Distance Medley Relay – W High Jump – M High Jump – W Pole Vault – M Pole Vault – W Long Jump – M Long Jump – W Triple Jump – M Triple Jump – W Shot Put – M Shot Put – W Weight Throw – M Weight Throw – W Heptathlon – M Pentathlon – W

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Name Reggie Dixon Ebony Thomas Jordan Sartor-Francis Kiara Porter Clayton Parros Ekundayo Sogbesan Aaron Younger Lenora Guion-Firmin Clyde Wilson Jess Palacio Aaron Lanzel Jess Palacio Brandon Blacklaws Jess Palacio Stephen Schroeder Rosa Moriello Andrew Hanko Shelby Stableford Domonick Sylve Ashley Adams Hollimon, Dinkins Eddy, Hopkins Finney, Aduma, Gratsy, Porter Tobias, Westwood, Jagelsky, Garcia-Garrison Neville, Alejandro, Therkorn, Serwo Haney, Stevenson, Rome, Hanko Nobles, McGowan, Reiner, Parris Justin Frick Two Athletes Tied Mark Vetere Five Athletes Tied Predist Walker Marissa McDonald Damon McLean Chaneka Perry Dillon Simon Vanessa Henry Adam Kelly Chioma Onyekwere Thomas Fitzimons Ashley Adams

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School Hampton Army Navy VCU North Carolina Morgan State Rutgers Maryland-Eastern Shore Army West Point Navy Unattached Navy Michigan Navy Navy Boston University Navy Boston University Army West Point Towson Princeton VCU Bucknell Lehigh Navy James Madison Unattached ––– Navy ––– Hampton James Madison Princeton VCU Maryland Eastern Shore Maryland-Eastern Shore Princeton Maryland Unattached Towson

Time / Distance Date 6.70 12/04/10 7.57 02/22/09 20.01 02/22/15 24.06 01/12/13 47.56 01/28/12 55.92 12/06/12 1:02.73 01/22/11 1:12.11 01/14/12 1:50.70 02/22/15 2:07.27 02/10/11 2:24.65 01/21/12 2:49.53 01/14/12 4:04.48 01/28/12 4:38.43 01/28/12 7:58.61 01/31/15 9:47.05 02/21/15 14:03.10 02/19/11 16:53.52 02/21/15 7.76 02/19/11 8.54 12/01/10 3:14.07 01/08/11 3:48.38 01/14/12 7:34.15 02/22/15 8:59.55 02/21/09 9:56.23 02/20/11 11:52.33 01/16/10 2.21m (7-03.00) 01/29/11 1.80m (5-10.75) ––– 5.23m (17-01.75) 02/01/14 3.75m (12-03.50) ––– 7.48m (24-06.50) 12/05/08 6.00m (19-08.25) 01/15/11 15.55m (51-00.25) 01/26/13 12.03m (39-05.75) 01/14/12 19.03m (62-05.25) 01/10/15 15.95m (52-04.00) 01/14/12 21.26m (69-09.00) 01/06/17 19.02m (62-05.00) 02/12/15 5,200 pts. 01/12/13 3,766 pts. 02/10/11


2018 TRACK & FIELD Ingram Field

The all-weather MONDO track located northeast of Michelson Hall and Chauvenet Hall is the site of Navy’s outdoor track and field meets. Considered to be one of the premier facilities in the United States, it is named in honor of Vice Admiral Jonas H. Ingram, who commanded the U.S. South Atlantic Fleet during World War II. He was also the Naval Academy Director of Athletics from 1925-1930. The track underwent a $1.7 million renovation in the fall of 2001, with new all-weather surfacing placed on the quartermile oval and jump areas. The field area boasts six shot put circles, a discus-throwing circle and a javelin throwing area in the middle of the track. The field has four long/triple jump pits and a “D” zone that allows two high jump areas to be used concurrently. The facility is also equipped with lights and Navy regularly holds ‘twilight’ meets at the facility. Additionally, the facility also features a Daktronics scoreboard, which displays current times and marks during meets.

**D. Reese (Maryland) set the old javelin record of 77.59m (254-06.004) in 1969. Javelins were redigned prior to the 1986 season.**

Event 100m Dash – M 100m Dash – W 200m Dash – M 200m Dash – W 400m Dash – M 400m Dash – W 800m Dash – M 800m Dash – W 1,500m Run – M 1,500m Run – W 5,000m Run – M 5,000m Run – W 10,000m Run – M 10,000m Run – W 110m Hurdles – M 100m Hurdles – W 400m Hurdles – M 400m Hurdles – W 3,000m Steeplechase – M 3,000m Steeplechase – W 4x100m Relay – M 4x100m Relay – W 4x400m Relay – M 4x400m Relay – W High Jump – M High Jump – W Pole Vault – M Pole Vault – W Long Jump – M Long Jump – W Triple Jump – M Triple Jump – W Shot Put – M Shot Put – W Discus – M Discus – W Hammer Throw – M Hammer Throw – W Javelin (New) – M Javelin – W Decathlon – M Heptathlon – W

INGRAM FIELD RECORDS

Name Clay Stackhouse Loni Forsythe F. Budd Ebony Thomas Michael Greene Tineisha Davis R. Smith Louisa Gerritz Ron Harris Kristin Manwaring M. Layman Maribel Sanchez G. Whitney Deidre Milligan Christian Lupica Nicole Harrison A. Collins Stefani Green M. King Arwyn Becker Snoddy, Washington, Morgan, Fitts McLeggan, Martin, Perez, Venable-Thomas Johnson, Brown, Reevers, Snoddy Boyd, Hauck, Thomas, Grant T. Harris Candy Cassell Tom Delaney Kirsten Andrews U. Ikpeowo Victoria Rybalko T. Wreh Pamela Pearson C.J. Hunter Vanessa Henry R. Drescher Amanda Mockbee Ted Bregar Ashley Harbin Jay Stell Danielle Still ––– Kristen Kalinowski

School Navy Navy Villanova Army Navy Navy Princeton Yale Navy Dartmouth Air Force Dartmouth Cornell Dartmouth Bucknell Princeton Princeton Navy Cornell Navy U.S. All Stars Army U.S. All Stars Army Princeton Delaware Navy Navy Princeton Maine Penn Army Penn State UMES Maryland Bucknell Navy Lafayette Navy Navy ––– Lafayette

Time / Distance 10.20 11.74 20.5 (y) 24.15 46.16 54.16 1:49.00 2:07.50 3:42.84 4:22.89 13:55.8 16:33.06 29:17.80 33:51.62 13.93 14.05 51.32 1:01.00 8:44.27 10:59.01 40.2 46.61 3:09.78 (y) 3:47.65 2.31m (7-07.00) 1.82m (5-11.50) 5.26m (17-03.00) 3.98m (13-00.75) 7.77m (25-06.00) 6.14m (20-01.75) 16.28m (53-05.00) 12.07m (39-07.25) 19.25m (63-02.00) 15.57m (51-01.00) 56.75m (186-02.00) 48.06m (157-08.00) 66.59m (218-05.00) 60.56m (198-08.00) 69.69m (228-08.00) 47.42m (155-07.00) ––– 4,725 pts.

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Date ??/??/90 04/16/05 ??/??/61 05/03/08 ??/??/86 04/16/05 ??/??/02 05/10/86 ??/??/87 05/06/95 ??/??/82 05/06/95 ??/??/86 05/06/95 05/03/14 05/06/95 ??/??/95 04/23/83 ??/??/02 05/03/08 ??/??/81 04/16/05 ??/??/82 05/03/08 ??/??/02 03/31/86 ??/??/02 04/14/07 ??/??/95 03/22/03 ??/??/02 05/10/86 ??/??/90 03/24/12 ??/??/69 05/03/08 ??/??/74 05/03/08 05/02/14 04/14/06 ––– 05/03/08

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2018 TRACK & FIELD Patriot League

H Navy women’s lacrosse became the fourth Patriot League team in any sport to advance to the semifinals of an NCAA Championship as the Mids defeated No. 7 Penn, UMass and No. 2 North Carolina in their tournament play. H Twenty-five Patriot Leaguers were All-America selections, with first-team status for Bucknell’s Julién Davenport (Football), Fordham’s Chase Edmonds (Football), Lehigh’s Courtney Avery (Women’s Outdoor Track & Field), Loyola Maryland’s Pat Spencer (Men’s Lacrosse), Navy’s Lucas Stalnaker (Men’s Outdoor Track & Field). Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic H Nine Patriot Leaguers were selected in the Major League Lacrosse (MLL) Draft, two excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 24 men and women’s sports. were taken in the Major League Baseball (MLB) First-Year Player Draft and one was Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League taken in the Major League Soccer (MLS) SuperDraft. Among those players selected in became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army West Point, Boston the MLL Draft were Navy’s Matt Rees (Chesapeake Bayhawks, second round) and University, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Loyola Maryland and Navy as Chris Fennell (Chesapeake, sixth round). full members, and Fordham, Georgetown, MIT and Richmond as associate members. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have NAVY’S 2016-17 PATRIOT LEAGUE HONORS and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. The Patriot League’s mission is simple: to provide successful competitive athletic TEAM TITLES (8) experiences while maintaining high academic standards, and to prepare its student-athletes Men’s Cross Country | Men’s Swimming & Diving to be leaders in society. During the 2016-17 academic year, Patriot League studentWomen’s Swimming & Diving | Men’s Indoor Track & Field athletes and teams accomplished the following: Baseball (Regular Season) | Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Women’s Lacrosse (Tournament) | Women’s Rowing H 97 Patriot League teams (45.8 percent of League teams) earned NCAA Public Recognition Awards for ranking in the top 10 percent of their sport in Academic COACH OF THE YEAR (5) Progress Rate (APR), with a Patriot League record 84 squads earning perfect scores. Al Cantello (Men’s Cross Country) Rich MacDonald (Diving) H The Patriot League ranked second among all conferences in Public Recognition John Morrison (Women’s Swimming) Awards, and tied for the national lead with the Ivy League for the highest percentage Stephen Cooksey (Men’s Indoor Track & Field) of teams earning the honor at 45.8%. Stephen Cooksey (Men’s Outdoor Track & Field) H The League’s 93 percent graduation success rate (GSR) is the best mark in the nation ATHLETE OF THE YEAR (9) for the second-consecutive year. Nine schools were at 90 percent or higher. All 10 Patricia Mattingly –Setter of the Year (Volleyball) member institutions exceeded the national GSR of 86 percent. In addition the League’s Sydney Shearn – Libero of the Year (Volleyball) 86 percent Federal Graduation Rate (FGR) places it as the national leader for the Lucas Stalnaker – Runner of the Meet (Men’s Cross Country) fourth-consecutive year. Laren Barber – Swimmer of the Meet (Women’s Swimming) H American’s Natalie Konerth (Field Hockey) and Navy’s Ryan Bailey (Men’s Swimming) Bradley Buchter – Diver of the Meet (Men’s Diving) were named the Corvias Patriot League Female and Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year Travis Blue – Player of the Year (Baseball) honorees, respectively. Kyle Condry – Pitcher of the Year (Baseball) Chris Fennell – Defensive Player of the Year (Men’s Lacrosse) H 11 student-athletes earned Capital One Academic All-America recognition, including Jenna Collins – Midfielder of the Year (Women’s Lacrosse) first-team accolades for Bucknell’s Luke Giugliano (Men’s Track & Field) and Kendall Ham (Women’s Soccer) Lehigh’s Micah Tennant (Football), Navy’s Ryan Bailey (Men’s Swimming) and Ryan Speir (Men’s Cross Country) H Two Patriot League student-athletes earned NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, including Navy’s Bailey and Nate Gainey (men’s track and field) and two earned Fulbright Scholarships, including American’s Shannon Scovel (Women’s Swimming) and Holy Cross’s Samantha Speroni (Women’s Track and Field) H 43 Patriot League student-athletes received Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District recognition. H There were a Patriot League record 2,899 student-athletes on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in 2016-17. H Holy Cross’s Anthony Critelli (Baseball) won the Senior CLASS Award for baseball and was one of five Patriot League finalists for the award, along with Bucknell’s Brett Smith (Baseball), Lehigh’s Tim Kempton (Men’s Basketball) and Justin Worley (Men’s Soccer) and Navy’s Adrian Chinnery (Baseball), H Navy won the Corvias Patriot League Presidents’ Cup for the fourth straight time and fifth in the last six years.

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ROOKIE OF THE YEAR (4) Delaney Walz (Women’s Swimming) Zach Jennings (Men’s Tennis) Cameron Hurd (Men’s Outdoor Track & Field) Kelly Larkin (Women’s Lacrosse) SPORT SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR (4) Patricia Mattingly (Volleyball) Ryan Speir (Men’s Cross Country) Ryan Bailey (Men’s Swimming & Diving) Thomas Pecor (Men’s Tennis) OVERALL SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR (1) Ryan Bailey (Men’s Swimming & Diving)


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