January 17, 2015

2015 UW Indoor Preview Results: Shannon Rowbury (2:40.25 / 4:27.86) Beats Teammates Jordan Hasay, Treniere Moser In Both The 1000 And Mile; Matt Centrowitz Wins 1000 / Mile Double (2:19.53 / 3:58.60) Over Evan Jager (2:20.39) And Cam Levins (3:58.75)

Stanford's Elise Cranny was 4th in the 1000 (2:42.39). In other action Mary Cain was 4th in the 600 (1:30.03) and then won the 800 (2:07.21),  German Fernandez was 2nd in the 3000 (8:04.59). Pros Andy Bayer, German Fernandez, Phoebe Wright, Geena Lara also competed.

May 05, 2014

2014 Payton Jordan Women's 5,000: Sifan Hassan Goes Sub-15 To Win As Katie Mackey Runs 15:04 And Aisling Cuffe Is The 3rd Fastest Collegiate All-Time

The women's 5,000 at the 2014 Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational was won by the Netherlands' Sifan Hassan (formerly of Ethiopia) in a world-leading time of 14:59.23. Sweden's Meraf Bahta (formerly of Eritrea) was second in a national record of 14:59.49. Leading the Americans was Brooks Beasts' Katie Mackey in 15:04.74, just beating out Boulder Track Club's Laura Thweatt (15:04.98). GB 20-year-old Emelia Gorecka was 5th in 15:07.45 as Stanford's Aisling Cuffe set a new school record and put herself 3rd on the all-time NCAA list with a 15:11.13.

April 24, 2014

Villanova And Emily Lipari Repeat As Women's DMR Champions At Penn Relays

Amelia Paladino won the girls mile (4:45.34), Hannah DeBalsi (9:34.57) got the win in the girls 3k, and Caroline Alcorta had a great split in the DMR (4;46.46).
March 15, 2014

Women's DMR: Arkansas Denies Stanford A DMR Sweep As They Win It In The Last 400

The race came down to a two-team fight between Arkansas and Stanford with Dominique Scott (Arkansas) and Justine Federonic (Stanford) duking it out on the 1,600 leg. In the end, it would be Scott who got the job done as she got her team the dominant win in 11:05.83 to Stanford's 11:08.28.
March 15, 2014

Men's DMR: A Fresh Stanford Team Gets Dominant Victory As Oregon Picks Up More Valuable Team Points In Second

Stanford gets dominant victory laregely thanks to a ridiculous 400 leg from Australia's Olympic finalist Steven Solomon as Oregon gets 2nd, Indiana 3rd and Notre Dame 4th.