Men’s track and field Looking for its sixth straight University Athletic Association outdoor title, the Washington University men’s track-and-field team is projected to be in a dead heat with Carnegie Mellon University at the UAA Outdoor Championships in Chicago. According to head coach Jeff Stiles, the two are tied on paper.
A well-rounded team effort helped both the men’s and women’s sides of Washington University’s track-and-field team to second-place finishes in Friday’s Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Twilight Meet. Wash. U.’s men scored 136 points, edging out Greenville College (127) for second place behind Rose-Hulman (159). The women (162.
With a focus on making adjustments and improvements before the University Athletic Association Outdoor Championships, the Washington University track-and-field teams took home three first-place finishes on Saturday at the Greenville Select Meet in Greenville, Ill. Competing against nine teams, the men’s team placed third with 94.
At the IWU Keck Invitational at Illinois Wesleyan University, the Washington University men’s and women’s track-and-field teams combined for five first-place finishes as the women finished in third place and the men placed fourth out of 14 teams. For the men’s team, sophomores Alex Arteaga and Josh Clark both won their events.
In what has become almost a routine for the Washington University track and field teams, junior Anna Etherington set another school record last week. Etherington, a systems engineering major from Barrington, Ill., cleared 4.02 meters at last Friday’s WUSTL Mini Meet, upping her already-established outdoor school record by 0.01 meters.
It was just another day at the office for junior Anna Etherington and the Washington University track-and-field teams. Etherington raised her school record in the pole vault to 3.96 meters to highlight a strong showing for the Bears at the Illinois College Alumni Classic on Friday.
A first-through-ninth sweep in the men’s 5,000 meters led the Washington University track-and-field teams to a strong showing at the Fighting Scot Invitational in Monmouth, Ill. Two weeks prior to the University Athletic Association competition on Feb. 23, the Bears put together a strong performance Saturday.
The Washington University men’s and women’s track-and-field teams hoped to establish some success and consistency at the Engineer Invitational Saturday at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
The Washington University men’s and women’s track and field teams hosted the Washington University Select Meet on Saturday, competing against eight Division I and III universities. Personal-best times, event winners and school records led to runner-up finishes for both the men’s and women’s squads.