The final meet of the indoor season for the Washington University track and field teams closed out what may have been the best winter season ever for Wash. U. track and field. Five Bears were named All-Americans, senior Tyler Jackson picked up an individual national championship, and the women’s team took third place overall in […]
With the weather wreaking havoc on the Bushyhead Track, the Washington University men’s and women’s track and field teams began their spring seasons on Friday at the Washington University Mini Meet.
Junior co-captain Liz Phillips set a provisional qualifying mark in the mile run, to go along with the Washington University track and field team’s five first-place finishes on Saturday at the Monmouth Fighting Scot Invitational.
Two more runners posted school records to help the Washington University men’s track & field team capture second place at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Engineer Invitational on Saturday afternoon. The men’s and women’s teams both took second in the 12-team meet.
The Washington University men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams began their 2011 campaign with an impressive start on Saturday, Jan. 15, at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Double Dual Meet in Terre Haute, Ind. Out of three schools for both the men and women, each team placed second, an encouraging beginning to their seasons.
Sophomore Dan Davis finally reached his automatic qualifying time for the 55-meter hurdles, while setting a new Washington University indoor record in the process with a time of 7.53 seconds, en route to another victory at Monmouth College. But Davis, who broke his own record set last week, was more excited about the meet’s implications for this season.