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Track Moravian Picked to Repeat as Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Champions March 15, 2018
Track Moravian Headlines Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Preseason Poll March 15, 2018
Track Fitzgerald Honored as Men’s Indoor Track & Field Scholar Athlete March 7, 2018
Track McNamee Honored as Women’s Indoor Track & Field Scholar Athlete March 7, 2018
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Athletes of the Week
Athletes Of The Week
Men's Track Athlete of the Week Brian Seward Catholic (Sr., Sicklerville, N.J.) Senior Brian Seward was a four-time winner at the Gallaudet Bison Invitational as he helped the Cardinals to the team win over DI George Washington, Mary Washington, the host Bison and three other squads. Seward picked three wins in the 100, 200 and 300-meter dashes as he went 11.17, 22.57 and 51.19 seconds for the victories. Seward made it four wins on the day as he was part of the 4x100 relay that crossed in 44.85 seconds along with junior Derek Chapey, sophomore Brian Aberle and junior Peter Binck.
Men's Field Athlete of the Week Robert Marks Susquehanna (So., Mt. Holly, N.J.) Susquehanna sophomore Robert Marks threw his way to No. 8 in the nation and second in the region with his mark of 63.17m in the javelin. His throw also put him at the No. 1 spot in the Landmark this season and is fourth all-time in school history.
Women's Track Athlete of the Week Yanibel Collado Juniata (Jr., Freeport, N.Y.) Juniata junior Yanibel Collado had an impressive week for the Eagles as she had two personal bests in two meets. At the Ship Midweek Invite, Collado ran to a first-place finish in the 3000m race with a time of 10:26.16. At the Widener Invite, she ran another personal best with her time of 4:42.94 in the 1500m.
Women's Field Athlete of the Week Andrea Galeano Catholic (Jr., Bridgeport, Conn.) The Catholic University of America women's track & field team won the Gallaudet Bison Invitational on Saturday afternoon a program and meet record toss by junior Andrea Galeano. The Cardinals racked up 150 team points to defeat six other squads including Division I George Washington, Mary Washington and the host Bison. Galeano boomed the best hammer throw in Catholic history for the win and meet record as she tossed an impressive 47.67 meters. She also went on to take second in the shot put at 10.82 meters.