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Track Duncan Named to Google Cloud Academic All-America First Team June 19, 2018 AUSTIN, Texas --- Moravian College senior Mary Kate Duncan has been selected to the 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-America® Women's Track & Field/Cross Country First Team, selected by the... Readmore
Track Day Two of the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Nationals May 25, 2018
Track Pysher Named Men’s Track & Field Senior Scholar Athlete May 24, 2018
Track Duncan Named Women’s Track & Field Senior Scholar Athlete May 24, 2018
Track USTFCCCA Announces 2018 Outdoor Track & Field All-Region Honorees May 21, 2018
Track Eight Qualify to Compete at NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championship May 19, 2018
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Athletes of the Week
Athletes Of The Week
Men's Track Athlete of the Week Ean Mann Elizabethtown (Fr., Hackcock, Md.) Elizabethtown freshman Ean Mann was a two-time individual event winner for the Blue Jays on Saturday at the Blue Jay Tune Up. He was also a member of the winning 4x100m relay. Mann won the 100m in 10.96 and the 200m in 22.28 on his home track. He helped E-town win the meet with 225 points.
Men's Field Athlete of the Week Robert Condo Moravian (Sr., Bridgewater, N.J.) Moravian senior Robert Condo finished 11th in the College Men's Javelin Throw at the prestigious Penn Relays Saturday. Condo had a toss of 58.69 meters (192-6) on his second throw of the preliminaries as he took 11th of 26 throwers in the flight and was second of three NCAA Division III throwers. Condo finished ahead of 13 NCAA Division I student-athletes.
Women's Track Athlete of the Week Abigail Guziewicz Scranton (So., Peckville, Pa.) Scranton sophomore Abigail won the 5,000-meter run at the Monarch Open by crossing the line in 19:37.34, the best time for the Royals this season.
Women's Field Athlete of the Week Caroline Banas Scranton (So., Dallas, Pa.) Scranton sophomore Caroline Banas continued her dominance in the high jump, matching her own Landmark Conference outdoor record by clearing 1.67 meters to win the event at the Monarch Open. She did not miss an attempt until moving the bar to 1.71 meters. She also added a third-place finish in the 200-meter dash with a time of 27.87 seconds.