Here is the Emergine Elite athletes from Massachusetts competing next weekend. Let's start out saying "Yes we Missed a few" and we need your help if we missed your name. Posting this list enables us to add your performance after the meet a little faster. It's a very difficult meet to get into the system because of all the track clubs. So I have been slowly going through each event looking for the Massachusetts kids. "No doubt about it, I 100 percent missed a few kids", please let me know and we will add your name to the list. We have not listed the freshman races as of yet.
The New Balance Nationals are a week away and here are the championship entries from Massachusetts.
When the editors at Milesplitmass asked me to write a piece about the Berkshire Running Camp for their annual "Camp Week" series, I wasn't totally sure as to how to sum up the experience of our campers in 2013. I can't compare the BRC experience to anything else. For me, I had never attended a running camp in my illustrious (non-existent) running career, nor had I been to one as a coach, so all I had to go on were the experiences of my athletes, past and present, good and bad, in the camps they attended. When it was time for me and my fellow directors to organize our first week, we knew more about what not to do than what to do. We had some athletes tell us camp had been too strenuous (one former athlete did a 14 mile run at her camp, despite telling the staff that her longest run had been 8), others say their experience wasn't challenging enough. Some said their weeks were too structured, others not structured enough.
The Executive directors of Camp Westwood, Frank Mooney, John and Christine Gregorek, have a combined 100 years plus of coaching experience. Part of this experience has been Camp Westwood which was founded in 1995. Coach Mooney has spent 45 plus years coaching at Seekonk High School where he has coached All-State athletes and has won multiple league, division, and state championships. The Gregorek’s bring years of running at the highest level (Olympics and National Championships) and years of coaching at Brown University to the camp experience. If you add in long time councilors Norm Bouthillier of Tollgate High School and Bob L’Homme of Bishop Feehan High school, this camp could possibly have close to 200 years of experience. Norm and Bob have also had their share of league and state champions and championships!!
We will be running live results from Reggie Lewis for the ECAC Division III Championships. Check back here for all the updates for the championship event.
The Academy camps' mission is to motivate and educate young male and female athletes. We believe with proper instruction and lessons of hard work, dedication and positive mental attitude, athletes can improve and reach their own personal goals. At the same time, we build a sense of community that lasts into the season and beyond.
Granite State Running Camp(to be held August 10-16 in Wilmot, NH) is a week- long running camp that specializes in training all types of runners – rookie, intermediate, and elite level – to reach their full potential. Experienced, championship level coaches and an enthusiastic training staff are ready to work with each runner to better their ability. And with a camper to staff ratio of 4:1, each camper receives personalized attention throughout the week.
In Head Coach Ed Ryan’s career at Marshfield High, he’s only had two New England champions, let alone three New England titles in one meet. Saturday, at The Reggie Lewis Center, in the New England Championships, senior Ellen DiPietro won the 55-meter hurdles and high jump, and senior Kelsey Sullivan won the long jump. “Both Ellen and Kelsey have worked very hard this indoor season. They have set their goals and so far have reached them,” Ryan said. “Both of them were able to stay healthy this winter, so we weren’t dealing with that. They are both off to the New Balance Indoor National
Stanford University is the home to an outstanding cross-country and track & field program, one that has consistently been among the elites in the Division I ranks. In about five more months it will also be the home to four of New England’s finest middle/long-distance runners. Connecticut’s Claire Howett of Westhill, Rhode Island’s Maddy Berkson of Classical and the Massachusetts’ duo of Dracut’s Karina Shepard and Bishop Feehan’s Abby McNulty have all officially decided to run for the Cardinals the next four years.
Here is the list of all the Massachusetts Top 50 Boys in each event. We will continue to post rankings as much as we can throughout the spring season.
Foss Running Camp is celebrating it's 37th year in 2014. Located in the lakes region of NH in the town of Strafford, Foss is located a mile in on a dirt road on our own pond with a private beach, and we train on terrific running routes on the area's trails, dirt & quiet country roads
We are catching up of ourAlumni Report as we have two weeks of Collegiate Results. How did your favorite Alumni do in the Conference Championships ?
For years coaches and athletes have debated the worth of attending a sleepaway cross country camp for a week, either with their teammates, or on a solo mission, and with the recent boom in the sport, these camps are as popular as ever. As you or your athletes decide on whether to attend a camp, or which one to attend, here is a simple guide to the area's camps, both new and old, and some reasons to attend.
The girls indoor rankings with pretty much everything but the upcoming Nationals included. We included some photos to go along with our top 50 list. The Rankings starting sometime today will be a Milesplit Insider, but we will continue to publish weekly rankings as much as possible.
Ursuline's Amy Piccolo has dominated her specialty for the past two years on the indoor circuit with little competition. At Saturday's 27th New England Track & Field Championships at the Reggie Lewis Center, Piccolo locked horns with Bishop Guertin's Molly McCabe in a classic battle that resulted in a new Massachusetts record for the talented junior.
Boys meet summary by Stephen Mazzone of the 27th annual New England Indoor Track & Field Championships. (via MileSplit)
Girls meet summary by Stephen Mazzone of the 27th annual New England Indoor Track & Field Championships. (via MileSplit)
The New England Championships are complete and Milesplitmass covered every inch of the way. We had state records, meets records, and even a few national leaders. We will continue to bring you more photo's, video's, and articles as they trickle into the milesplit office.
Milesplimass tries to keep everyone up to date each and every invitational. The Live photo stream continues to be a very popular platform to let our fans know whats happening at the Reggie Lewis Center.
The 27th Annual New England Interscholastic Boys' and Girls' Indoor Track and Field Championships are scheduled for Saturday, March 1, 2014, at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center, Roxbury Community College, MA.
Milesplitmass will be covering the Collegiate New Englands Live from Boston University. Click on the Live link to follow all your former teammates.
Milesplitmass will be covering the Collegiate U.A.A. Collgiate Meet Live from Brandies University. Click on the Live link to follow all your former teammates.
MileSplit Headquarters: MileSplit produces the most complete database of high school track & field and cross country statistics in the United States. To ensure we are keeping a high standard of accuracy and timeliness, we are adding rankings to the Milesplit Insider offering. We will be making this change on March 3rd, and with it will be adding more members to our stats team to reach our goals.
Andrew Bolze has high expectations for the New Balance Nationals in New York City the weekend of March 14-16. But first the Hingham High (MA) star will be looking to take care of business at a place that’s a little closer to home. Bolze, a two-time state titlist and nationally-ranked 300-meter runner, will be in Boston this Saturday for the New England Championship. He’s the defending champion in his specialty and there should be no reason to believe that he can’t do it again on the banked oval of the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center.
New Bedgford's Irvin Johnson is the winner of the MSTCA State Pentathlon.
Three returning champions and more than a dozen athletes on the high end of the national rankings. The girls’ competition of the New England Championship should do its part in electrifying the fans that gather at Boston’s Reggie Lewis Athletic Center on Saturday.
A list of the top 50 indoor track & field boys performances nationally according to results and performances entered in the MileSplit database as of February 25th.
Kelsey Sullivan of Marshfield scored 3312 points at todays MSTCA girls Pentathlon at Reggie Lewis Center. Maria Garman of Scituate finished a solid second place with 3081 points.
A list of the top 50 indoor track & field girls performances nationally according to results and performances entered in the MileSplit database as of February 25th.
If you are a camp or clinic director, here is an opportunity to tap into all the Milesplitmass traffic. We are offering a chance to submit your own article next week promoting your Camp or clinic. It would be best if you as a director can write your own article and we will post it as an article. A photo is mandatory with your article, please attach that separate. Please email all information to Chuck at email@example.com
We had some fantastic video and photography coverage from some dedicated parents/fans this weekend, and Milesplitmass could not be more appreciative. Fans of our sport can always upload photo's and video's at anytime by going to the meet page and click on the upload links. You do need to be a free registered user to manage your content. Just go to the top right hand corner and register. I put together a mini version of our All State Video from an infield perspective. I was shooting photo stream photo's with my right hand and Video with my left, so sorry if it is off now and then. The real pro's are the people I recognize below, and Milesplitmass is so fortunate to have such passionate fan's, parents, and Coaches.
Here is this week's New England Championships performance list. Updates may take place in the next several days.
Based on the seed sheet, Notre Dame Academy was not among the favored squads to win the girls’ title at the MIAA All-State Meet. But the one thing that longtime coach Rick Kates instills in his athletes are the numbers don’t always tell the truth. “I always told them don’t pay attention to the seeds, always pay attention to results,” Kates said. “Results is the only thing that we can capitalize on.” The Cougars lived by those very words at the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center on Saturday as the Hingham school earned its first-ever team title with a narrow 29-28 win over second-place Bishop Feehan. The top 10 teams in the meet were separated by a mere nine points.
- A Penn Relays Poll - Please read about the poll in the 1st reply below - then vote.
- Article Comment: MIAA State Divisional Championships Meet Central
- Article Comment: For the Real Track & Field Fan, It's Good To Be Home
- Article Comment: Where are the Athletes Heading Next Fall?
- Article Comment: National Signing Day Feb 5th !
- Article Comment: Rupp is Surprise Entry in New Balance Indoor GP
- Article Comment: Photo Stream: Last Chance To Qualify Meet
- MSTCA Elite Meet 2014
- Article Comment: MSTCA COACHES INVITATIONAL MEET CENTRAL
- Article Comment: Massachusetts At Dartmouth !
- NCAA DI Indoor Track and Field Championships
- NCAA DII Indoor Track and Field Championships
- NCAA DIII Indoor Championships
- New Balance Nationals Indoor
- Big Blue Track & Field Classic
- Blue Ridge Classic
- Mt. SAC Relays
- Art Madric Hall of Fame Invitational
- Nashua North Invitational
- The Penn Relays Carnival
- Justin Patterson to Bryant University
- Ayeshah Malhi to Regis College
- Jess Amedee to University of Massachusetts at Lowell
- Kelsie Bardsley to Regis College
- Amanda Reilly to Northeastern University
- Brynna Harum to Fordham University
- Tim Poitras to University of Massachusetts at Lowell
- Andrew Bolze to Harvard University
- Thomas Drohan to Assumption College
- Kawai Marin to Bates College