2016 Medina grad, Cwinn Febus went 8.13 in 60m hurdles competition at the Tufts National Qualifying Meet.
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2019 Princeton grad, Destinee Rencher leaped 17-4.75 in long jump action at the Tufts National Qualifying Meet.
Maine Natives Headed To XC Nationals
Princeton senior Nick Delaney will be attending Tufts University this coming school year.
Junior Mitchell Black of the Tufts Men's Track & Field Team is the undisputed king of the 800 meters at the NCAA Division III Championships after winning the Outdoor 800 title on Saturday at St. Lawrence University. Black added the victory to the NCAA Indoor 800 crown he won back in March. (via Tufts)
NEW ORLEANS – Following the 2015 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships this past weekend in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced Thursday the 2015 class of NCAA Division III National Athletes of the Year, as voted on by the coaches.Mitchell Black of Tufts and Maryann Gong of MIT were named the Men's and Women's Track Athletes of the Year, respectively, while Dominique Neloms of UW-La Crosse and Gladys Njoku of Stevens earned the Men's and Women's Field Athlete of the Year Awards. (via USTFCCCA)
The 2013-2014 school year has provided some great highlights in both cross country and track across the great State of Maine. In the coming weeks many of our seniors will head out to start their college careers both athletically and academically. We wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature and say thank you for your support over the years.
What Maine athletes made it to the big dance? Check out all the athletes who will be representing the 207 at the various national meet this weekend
It was a great 2012-2013 in both cross country and track across the Sunshine State. Many of our seniors will soon be on their way to start their college careers both athletically and academically so we wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature.
MEDFORD - The Tufts men's outdoor track & field team doubled up on the NESCAC weekly honors today, as freshman Mitch Black (Brunswick, ME) was named Track Performer of the Week and junior Matt Johnson (Hanover, MA) earned Field Performer of the Week. (via www.gotuftsjumbos.com)
Kelly Fahey didn't envision her senior year playing out the way it has.junior. The Trinity Prep standout had finished fourth at the 1A Cross Country Finals in late November and entered the 2013 outdoor season, primed to improve on a top five finish in the 1600 meters.
MEDFORD - One of the top performers in the country last fall, Matt Rand (Cape Elizabeth, ME/Cape Elizabeth) returns for his senior season with the Tufts men's cross country team this season. Both Rand and the team have high expectations for 2012 with the new season beginning at the Bates Invitational on September 15.(via www.gotuftsjumbos.com)
The Jumbos' highest finish came from junior Brad Nakanishi (Scarborough, ME). He took third in the pole vault with his clearance of 16'0 3/4" (4.90m). That mark ties for 16th nationally and will likely be among the top 20 by season's end, meaning Nakanishi will qualify for the NCAA Championship.(via )
HANOVER, NH - Five members of the Tufts men's track and field team placed in the top six of their respective events at the Dartmouth Relays on Sunday. Junior Brad Nakanishi (Scarborough, ME) led the way for the Jumbos with his victory in the pole vault. He cleared 15'5 3/4" (4.72m) and had good attempts at a national qualifying height of 16 feet. Also faring well in the vault was sophomore Trevor Rothaus (Placentia, CA), who cleared the bar at 14'6" (4.42m), good enough for a new PR and seventh place in the event. (via www.gotuftsjumbos.com)