Thursday, December 23, 2010

Moran Competing in Jan XC Race

Former W&M coach and current Nike runner and MBA student, Ed Moran will be competing in Edinburgh in January.  Click here for a nice bio on Moran and the upcoming race.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Hawthorne Christmas Party

About the only negative thing I can say about Shelby Hawthorne is that she did not start her annual team Christmas party until after I graduated!  Here are the photos from this year's celebration.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

District 3 Regional from 1974


Back when I was in school (mid-80s) we were still divided into districts in XC instead of regions.  We were the largest (when I ran the race, we typically had 250 in the race) in the country.  Only 180 people ran in the NCAA race (as opposed to 240 today).  Each district's number of teams were decided beforehand (we had the most with four).  Our district could have up to 5 individuals as long as they were in the top 15 overall.  At any rate, thanks to Ed Lull for the heads up on this amazing footage.  You will notice a number of great shots of W&M runners. Go here to see the race and a number of closeups of W&M runners.  The footage actually is quite clear. The XC team was 4th (best showing ever) in 1973, but did not make it in 1974.  Thanks to Randy and Shelby Hawkthorne for identifying many of the runners: Reggie Clark #359,  John Greenplate #385, Gene Schultz #371, Christophe :Tophe” Tulou, George Baquis #358, and Tim Cook # 381 and Brendan Gallaher #374.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

NCAA Pictures

Thanks to Tim O'Dowd '80 who took these pictures at the NCAA meet.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Men 19th at NCAA XC Meet

The men were 19th at the NCAA meet.  Here are the individual results. Chas Gillespie lead the way with his 58th place finish.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Men 9th, Women 4th at the IC4A/ECAC Race

The men's "B" team and the women's "A" teams finished 9th and 4th respectively. The men were led by Liam Anastasia-Murphy who finished 20th.  The women's team was led by Kathleen Lautzenheiser who was 4th and led the team to a second place finish. Full results

Watch the NCAA XC Race Live on the Internet

If you go here on Monday at 12:48 pm, you will be able to watch the NCAA men's race live. The feed will start at noon.  Also, if you want to see the "pre-game" show live, go here on Monday.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Lewis Woodard Interview


Thanks to all of you for watching these interviews which have literally gotten hundreds of hits.  Above is senior Lewis Woodard who discusses the maturity and the confidence of the team. You will also note that we finally kicked the echo problem!

Alumni Coaches

As a long time former coach, I know how much my W&M coach had an impact on me joining that fraternity.  Well apparently the coaches coming out of W&M are continuing as All-Americans Ian Fitzgerald is at Duquesne University and Sean Graham is at American.  As you might know, Steve Walsh was coached by former W&M coach Harry Groves who left W&M to go to Penn State.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Men Ranked 16th

As I said a week ago, the Southeast Conference had six team ranked 16 to 23 and all of them, save UNC, have now qualified for the NCAA meet.  The bottom line is that while we are on the top of our conference, we have not yet moved up substantially in the national rankings and are now 16th.  On the other hand, it wasn't even close at regionals, so look for a move up at the NCAA meet, esp. since W&M traditionally moves up when they hit the 10K part of the season.

We Are on Twitter

For many Saturdays, Steve Walsh and his predecessor Alex Gibby have called me with updates so I could get them on this page ASAP.  Well now, you can get even quicker updates.  If you go to Twitter and type in "wmxctf" you will be able to get real time updates from meets.  This coming Monday, for example, if you can't watch the race live on this site, you can get a Twitter feed straight to your phone and see how our team does at the NCAA meet right away.

Six Make All Region Team

If you go here, you will see that six athletes made the all region team:
Chas Gillespie, Zach Gates, Josh Hardin, Lewis Woodward, Tom Burke, Elaina Balouris

Monday, November 15, 2010

Spiked Shoe Society on Facebook

If you haven't done so already, please consider signing up for the "Spiked Shoe Society" on Facebook for updates and reconnecting with your W&M teammates.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

NCAA Teams Announced

The NCAA just announced the teams going to nationals.  Amazingly SIX teams from our Southeast Region are going (W&M, Duke, Louisville, UVA, Richmond and NC State).  The only glaring omission is UNC that was ranked one spot ahead of us two weeks ago, but fell apart at Regionals and finished 9th.

NCAA Meet

Here is the official NCAA meet site. The men are running at 12:48 on November 22nd. The meet will be shown live here and if you come back on the 22nd, I will have it in a separate window on this page.  Interviews later this week.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Who is Going to the NCAA Meet

Track and Field Videos on Flotrack

or at least this is who Flotrack thinks is going for the men's teams. They predict that SIX teams will make it from the Southeast Region. That would be more than I have ever seen if it holds up.

Men's Finish


As the narrator of this clip says, "William and Mary, William and Mary, William and Mary.  They just dominated!"  Here is the start and a race clip at 1.5 miles, the 5K mark and the 7K.

Men Win Regionals!

New coach, same result!  As usual the men start slow and end BIG which is especially amazing after losing all three of their All-Americans from last season.   After being ranked no higher than 4th all fall in the region, the men just beat Duke to win the region and automatically qualify for the NCAA meet. If my math is right, this is the 15th straight time the men have gone to the national champs.  W&M's #1 all season, Chas Gillespie, was only 12th, but the top five only had a 30 second spread between them.  Here are the full results.  I'll have more later and will put up the live feed of the men's race next Monday.

Women 9th at Regionals

The women moved up two places from their regional ranking to finish 9th in the region.  Frosh Elaina Balouris was 23rd.  All five of the top women are returning next year, so look for them to move up.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Monday, November 8, 2010

NYCity Marathon Alumni Results

Former coach and W&M grade Kathy Newberry debuted 2:35:23 and finished as the third American and 17th female this past weekend.  Also Daniel Nelly '07 finished as the 17th American and 50th overall for males in 2:31. .

Interview w. Elaina Boularis


It is always great to talk w. an enthusiastic and humble young runner as Elaina Boularis who is the current #1 is.  Click on the arrow to hear the interview as she prepares for the NCAA qualifying meet on Saturday. -

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Interview w. Steve Walsh


We've had 550 views of the interview I did last week, so I am assuming people enjoy this format. Here is one with W&M's new coach, Steve Walsh. To start the interview, click on the arrow. Also, I figured out how to stop the echo so the next time it will sound even better.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Men 19th in Country, 3rd in District

The men have risen (barely) to 19th and 3rd in the district. Remember that only two teams automatically go to nationals in the district.  Right now five schools in the district are clumped between 18 to 23.  Likely 4 of the five will go to the NCAA meet, but one certainly will not.  As a point of comparison, the men were ranked 8th at the point a year ago.

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Men 1st, Women 2nd at CAA

The men (holding out some of their runners) won their elevenths straight CAA meet w. 17 points while the women were second to JMU w. a score of 28-46 (with two frosh running in the top three for us).


Zach Gates claimed the individual crown in 24:16, leading a Tribe sweep of the top three places. Redshirt-freshman Josh Hardin finished second, two seconds back, andTom Burke was third in 24:20. Four more Green and Gold harriers also earned all-conference honors by finishing among the top-12, including redshirt-sophomores Alex McGrath and Peter Dorrell fifth and sixth in 24:30 and 24:32 More

Elaina Balouris led the Tribe with her third-place effort in 20:50. Balouris was only one second behind the second-place finisher, and is the first freshman named All-CAA for W&M since 2008. Classmate Kathleen Lautzenheiser was also named all-conference, taking seventh in 21:19. Senior Betsy Graney  earned her second All-CAA nod with a time of 21:35 and a ninth-place finish. Just missing the top-12 was junior Avery Mattingly 13th in 21:54, and redshirt-freshman Megan Fitzpatrick. More

Friday, October 29, 2010

Funeral Details for Rob Sagar

Rob Sagar's funeral will be held on Tuesday, Nov 2 at 11:00am at the Good Shepherd Catholic Church which is on 8710 Mount Vernon Highway, Alexandria, Virginia 22309.  There will also be a viewing on Monday, Nov. 1 from 6-8 p.m., at the Demaine Funeral Home, 520 S. Washington St., Alexandria  (Old Town). More and more

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Rob Sagar '10

Rob Sagar, who graduated last spring and was a faculty member at his high school alma mater, Bishop Ireton, died yesterday while on a training run.  Rob was a 5K runner last year at W&M. When I hear more details, I will put them on the site. (Picture from Bishop Ireton HS)

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Video Interview with Chaz Gillespie


Okay, this is my first attempt with Wetoku which is a free online service.  There is a little bit of an echo, but it still comes out pretty nicely. To get it to start, just push the arrow on the left of the screen.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Ex-W&M Runners in the News This Week

Two days ago, my senior roommate senior Running Times writer, Scott Douglas '86, broke the story that Ryan Hall was leaving his training group and coach at Mammoth Lakes, CA.  Now, Matt Lane '00 (who is being added to the W&M Hall of Fame on April 2nd at our Colonial Relays reunion) just spoke with Let'sRun.com and used his legal knowledge to interpret the rules to say that LaShawn Merritt will not be able to run the '12 Olympics.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Interview with W&M Chaz Gillespie

Actually this is a written interview from Flotrack.  Look for an online interview with Chaz late Tuesday as he will be my first attempt at a computer to computer interview. In the meantime, read about how he went from Harvard to starting his Master's in Education and his idea of an easy day after a race!

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Men 20th in NCAA Poll

The men moved up six places in the NCAA coaches poll after the Pre-Nats meet.  They, though, remain 4th in the Southeast Region.  Our region has two automatic bids and would need (it has happened many times in the past) an at-large bid to go to the NCAA meet.  That being said, WM's men are used to starting low in the polls and moving up.  They were not in the top ten until they finished 5th last year, for example. The women, were and remain at the 11th slot.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Men's Race on Home Course


The William and Mary men's cross country team had three of the top five finishers Saturday morning at the Tribe Open cross country meet, led by redshirt-freshman Zach Tennant in his first in-uniform appearance. Above Coach Miller talks about the men's race. More

Women's Race on Home Course


William and Mary junior Avery Mattingly cruised to a convincing win Saturday morning at the Tribe Open cross country race, crossing the line 32 seconds ahead of the field in 22:10. There was no team scoring in the six-kilometer event, which saw three Tribe runners finish in the top six. Above is a video with Avery Mattingly.  More

Woodward Interview After Pre-Nats

Men 6th, Women 11th at Paul Short

The William and Mary men's cross country team finished sixth at the Pre-National Invitational Saturday, upsetting a pair of higher ranked teams in the process. Competing in the 35-team Blue Race, the 27th-ranked Tribe finished well ahead of both #20 Michigan State and #26 UCLA and scored 204 points overall, just eight more than #12 Princeton. More

The William and Mary women's cross country team finished 11th Friday afternoon at the Paul Short Invitational, a good showing for a Tribe squad that included four true freshman. More

Friday, October 15, 2010

Pre-Nationals Live HERE!

Watch live streaming video from flolive at livestream.com

Pre-Nationals Live on the Internet this Saturday

The men were running without two of their top seven two weeks ago, but Pre-Nats is the race to put it all on the line as it could help the team make it to the NCAA meet later in the season.  The women (11 am EST) and the men (12:10 pm EST) are both in the "Blue Race."  You can watch both races live by going here.  Results will be put here.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Colonials Relays Reunion/ Hall of Fame Inductions

As was noted in your August mailer, we are planning a HUGE reunion the weekend of Colonials (April 1 - 3).  There will be decade dinners on the 1st as well as a reception at the track, golf on the 2nd, an alumni house get together at night.  We will then have a track meet (handicapped for age) on the 3rd.  If you are interested in attending, please e-mail kenhalla@gmail.com and tell me the events you are tentatively planning on attending.  Most importantly, though, we will be celebrating three milestones: 25 years for Dan Stimson as the director of track and field as well as the official inductions of Matt Lane and Roy Chernock into the W&M Hall of Fame.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Coach Walsh's Update From the Paul Short Invitational

Here is the update from the Paul Short Invite.  If you are not getting his updates via e-mail, please sign up by going to the link on the right of this page

Friday, October 1, 2010

Interview with W&M #1, Chaz Gillespie


Track and Field Videos on Flotrack

Entire Men's Race for Paul Short Invite


Track and Field Videos on Flotrack
Above is the entire race from earlier today.

Men 3rd, Women 11th At Paul Short Invite

This is the first time the teams have put their varsities on the line.  The men lost to UVA (ranked #22) and G-town (ranked 24th) to basically affirm their 28th ranking in the country.  The men were lead by Chas Gillespie and had a one minute spread from #1 to five. More
 
The women were led by frosh Elaina Balouris and had a 1:25 minute spread.  More

Check back tomorrow for Coach Walsh's analysis.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Paul Short Invitational This Friday

Friday will be the first real test for the W&M squads up in Lehigh, PA.  If you want to go to the race, both teams will be in the "gold" sections.  You can find more information here as well as the results after wards.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Miles for Smiles
Jason Schoener '07, now in dentistry school, has started a 5K to raise money for rural and other poor areas in VA that have dentistry needs.  If you are in the Richmond area, you might want to come out on October 2nd to run the race and help the charity.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Men 2nd, Women Win Inter-Regional Invitational
First off, most of the varsity were held out for next week's big meet (more on that later in the week), but click here to get all of the details.  Also, you can sign up for our database (again by clicking here) and get regular updates from Coach Walsh.
Men Now Ranked 29th
For what little it is worth, since the men have yet to put their best kids on the line-up.  That will change, though, this coming weekend.

Monday, September 20, 2010

A Conversation With Coach Walsh
Click here to read a conversational interview with new men's and women's XC coach, Steve Walsh.

Gibby Recognized As 2010 Coach of the Year
Alex Gibby '97, now taking up a new challenge as track and field coach at the University of Michigan, led the Tribe to conference titles and the NCAA championships in cross country in each of his seven years with his alma mater. Last season, the cross country team was ranked in the national top 10 and finished fifth at the NCAAs. Three runners were named All-Americans as the team made their best showing since 1973.
“I really enjoyed the time I had at William and Mary,” says Gibby. “I feel really fortunate that I had the opportunity to coach and grow there. There’s a lineage of success that’s established and that’s what you look for in an epitaph: You took a good tradition and made it better.”
For his performance last year he was chosen as the W&M Coach of the Year.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Men/Women Start XC Season
With a new coach, we are going to do things a bit differently. You will soon be seeing more video in the fall and each race Coach Walsh will provide a write-up for this site. The first meet was yesterday at the University of Richmond. You can see Coach Walsh's write-up here. Full results

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

PreSeason Poll
Considering all but two of the top seven are back, the pre-season coaches poll putting W&M at 28th is a little surprising. Nonetheless, I can't remember ever having W&M in the top 15 or higher for the first half season polls. The women are ranked 14th and the men 5th in the Southeast regional poll.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Monday, August 16, 2010

W&M XC Team Is "One to Watch This Fall"
Okay, so this Running Times article does not rank any team, but rather list three contenders and five others "to watch" on the men's side. Now departed Coach Gibby thought the team would easily return to the top ten this fall and that should not change with our new coach. The first coaches' association poll comes out on the 30th of August. The question for the women will be can they get back to the NCAA meet after not being there for a number of years. Walsh will be the first coach ever (at least in my memory) to coach both XC teams.

Sunday, August 15, 2010


Moran Fifth At Falmouth
Former W&M coach and grad, Ed Moran, has been on a tear this summer, finishing 5th this AM at the Falmouth road race (above). Ed was also 4th in the mile the day before in 4:02. More

Friday, August 13, 2010

Walsh's Connections to W&M
If you look at the Penn State alumni page, it appears Coach Walsh already has connections to W&M starting with his coach - Harry Groves - who was also a prior coach at W&M. Here is more info on Walsh.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Walsh to be new coach
I am on vacation and have not talked to Coach Stimson, but according to a reliable source that Providence College assistant track coach, Patrick Walsh, will/has been hired to be both the men's and women's distance coach starting almost immediately.

Sunday, July 25, 2010


Bechtol '07 Wins San Francisco Marathon
Keith Bechtol won the San Francisco Marathon today in 2:23.28. Bechtol was a multi time All-American and still stands #4 on the all time 10K list with a 28:55. Keith is a PhD student in Stanford (Thanks for the heads up from Jared Campbell. If you have alumni information, please e-mail kenhalla@gmail.com). I just received the newsclip above from Keith's mom. Apparently the organizers didn't think he was a legitimate runner and there was some question as to whether he ran the entire race! Guess they don't follow this site!

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Monday, July 19, 2010

Gibby Moving to Michigan
Gibby just accepted the position as associate head coach of track and field and head cross country coach to replace retiring Ron Warhaust. Gibby has had tremendous success at W&M topping it off w. the team's 5th place finish at the NCAA Cross Country race last fall. I just found out that the women's coach, Kathy Newberry is also leaving her position at W&M.

Sunday, July 4, 2010


Moran Wins 10K Road Championship
Ed Moran, coming off his 2nd last weekend at the track nationals, turned around and won the USA 10K road championships at the Peachtree Road Race. Moran actually finished 10th overall in the race in 28:19, but won the title by virtue of being the first American. Above is the post race interview.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Moran "Chats" with Runner's World
Ed Moran talks here with Runner's World before his race this weekend at the Peachtree 10K.

Friday, June 25, 2010

USATF 10K

If you let this film load, you can then drag it to the last mile to see Moran and Rupp going at it.

Thursday, June 24, 2010


Moran Interview after USATF Runner-Up Race

Shelby Hayes Runs 4:43

Thanks to the comment a few posts ago that the daughter of Neal Hayes '83 finished second at the NY Dream Mile on June 14th in 4:43. The time is a Florida state record for the upcoming athlete who will attend the University of Florida in the fall. Above is an interview she had just before the race.
Moran Finished 2nd at 10K
Ed Moran was leading in the 10K at the USATF meet until 600 meters to go when he was passed by eventual winner Galan Rupp. Moran ran 29:03 to Rupp's 28:59.

USATF Meet is Live on the Internet
At least that is what it says on their website and will include interviews. My hunch is that the bigger races will be on ESPN first, but if you want to see Ed Moran in the 10K (tonight 8:55 MST) then you can probably see it here or above.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Sam Mattis Continues to Roll
One of my very favorite teammates was Marlon Mattis '85 who is still #3 on the hammer list, so please endulge me as I write about his son Sam Mattis. This year he broke the NJ soph record (he owns the frosh one as well) for discus and won the state class and all state title. Finally he went to nationals and earned All-American (Stimson are you listening?!). More more and still more.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Kazuba Finishes W&M Career w. 16th Place
Nicole Kazuba finished the best career (female) of any W&M female pole vaulter (Charles Strode was 10th in 1972) with a 16th place NCAA finish with 13.01.5 . More

Friday, June 11, 2010

Miller Just Misses Making NCAA Finals
Senior Harry Miller was the first non qualifier for the NCAA steeplechase final. Miller ran 8:46.39 improving his regional PR, but keeping him in 4th on the all time W&M list.

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Two to NCAA Meet
Seniors Harry Miller and Nicole Kazuba each qualified in the steeplechase and pole vault respectively. Miller did so the # 4 all time for W&M school to join the school's most decorated female pole vaulter. Notably absent will be Jon Grey who was a DNF in the 10K. Other results are here, here, and here.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

East Regional
This weekend W&M has sent a record 14 athletes to the NCAA regional meet. Here are all the entrants, the schedule and you can go here to see the action live and here are live results.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Women - 12th, Men - 36th at ECEC/IC4A Meet
Sophomore Brandon Heroux was the top men's performer with a second in the javelin. Liam Anastasia-Murphy was the only other placer for W&M coming in 8th in the steeplechase, while Harry Miller did run a 1:49 in the 800, but failed to make it to the final. More more and more.
For the women, Brittany Sevachko, Avery Mattingly, Liz Barclay, and Keely Murphy earned All-East honors w. their 7th in the 4x800, while Nicole Kazuba finished 3rd in the pole vault, Sallie Ford and Kayley Byrne were 8th in the 5K and 10Ks respectively while Natalie Baird finished 5th in the discus. More more and more

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Final Day of IC4A/ECAC meet
The women are in third heading into the final day of competition (see links below). Meanwhile, Ed Moran ran 28:39 at the Central Park 10K.

Friday, May 14, 2010

IC4A/ECAC Live
You can watch the IC4A/ECAC meet live here this weekend and see live results here. Finally here is the schedule.
Grey Ranked 4th By T& F News
While Jon Grey '11 is the 9th fastest among NCAA Div. I 10K runners, Track and Field News (how many of you knew that Randy Hawthorne used to free lance for them?!) has predicted that Grey will be 4th at the NCAA meet. Here is a nice article from the Tribe Club website.

Friend is 7th in USA Road Mile Champs
Sonja Friend '93 is now 37 and a mom, but still capable of running a 4:44.9 in the USA mile championships. More and video is above.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010


CAA Videos
Coach Emil Davis has uploaded lots of videos here from the CAA meet. Above is senior Ashley Williams winning the shot put.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

CNU Qualifiers for the IC4A/ECAC Meet
In the final tune up meet before the IC4A and ECAC meets next weekend, the Tribe saw several qualifiers led by Peter Dorrell who ran 9:12 in the steeple and Zach Jordan with a 178-3 in the hammer throw. More
Nicole Kazuba closing out her brilliant pole vault career at W&M, re-qualified in the pole vault in 12-6.25 and fellow senior Ashley Williams putting the shot in 46-2.75. Natalie Baird also requalified in the discus with a 151-7. More


Sunday, May 2, 2010

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Moran Runs 13:33
Moran ran 13:33 at the Peyton Jordan meet.
Men 2nd, Women 1st at CAA
The men finished second to GMU (their coach used to be at W&M) with wins in the decathlon by Zimmer, Pete Asara (steeplechase), Brandon Heroux (javelin), Colin Leak (5K) and Jon Grey (10K). More and more

The women's victory was sparked by win from Nicole Kazuba won won her 4th pole vault title, Meghan Burns (5K), Ashley Williams (SP) and Natalie Baird (Discus). More and more

Monday, April 26, 2010

Alumni Kids' Great Performances
If you were at W&M in the 1980s, you would well remember Marlon Mattis '84 and Val Roeder '85. Their sons are now doing amazing thing in track. Just this past Thursday, Marlin's son, Sam, threw 177'5" in the discus to finish 2nd at the Penn Relays. (Mattis and son in pic above)

Val's son, Mike Morrison, who competes for the University of California, set a school record and finished third in the process at the NCAA Indoor Championships.

Saturday, April 24, 2010


Colin Leak Interview
This was just a few minutes after his 29:38 win at Penn.
Four More IC4A/ECAC Qualifiers
The 2010 Penn Relays has proven to be a great meet for W&M. Today saw the women finish 13th in 9:07 in the 4x800 while the men did the same by finishing ninth. Brandon Heroux and Zach Jordan also qualified for the IC4A meet in the javelin and hammer throw respectively. More and more Also, here are all the races themselves.
Rebecca Allred, Chemist & Discus Thrower
Recently you all probably received an e-mail from senior discus thrower Rebecca Allred who ha an honors fellowship. In addition to her track prowess, she is "determing how to make derivatives of rhodamine dyes and studying their resposiveness to changes in pH." Above is some of her work and here is the blog on her work.

Friday, April 23, 2010


Penn Relays Pics
Thanks to Tim O'Dowd '80 for taking pics of the 3rd and 6th place men's and women's teams from earlier today.
Penn Performances Shine
The men built on Thursday's performances with a 3rd place in the DMR which is the 9th fastest W&M performance. More

The women have seen four qualify for the ECAC meet. Darcy McDonald and Sallie Ford both ran significant PRs in the 3 and 10K races. Ashley Williams finished 6th in the hammer while Natalie Baird was 10th in the discus. More

Men Win Twice at Penn
Lewis Woodward won in 14:01 the College Men's 5K and Colin Leak notched the victory in the 10K in 29:38. The race videos can be found here. More results later today and again you can watch Penn live on the screen below.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

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Penn Relays Live
Here are the events (and soon results) for the W&M athletes at Penn. You can see the times of the events and watch them live above. To make it go to full screen, put your cursor on the middle of the video and an icon to make it full screen will appear.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

JMU Invite Produces Four IC4A/ECAC Marks
As they had in previous meets, Ashley Williams (hammer) and Natalie Baird (discus) both won their respective events and qualified for the IC4A meet. More
On the men's side, Brandon Heroux won his event in the javelin while won the hammer throw. More

Friday, April 16, 2010



Grey Interview After 10 PR


Jon Grey Runs 28:40
Grey now moves to 3rd all time W&M behind 12 time All-American Matt Lane (28:28) and yours truly (28:35). Above is the entire race.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

DOG Street 5K
While the tourists didn't appreciate it, one of the most enjoyable XC speed workouts I ever did
was to run from Confusion Corner to the wall of the House of Burgesses and back. Now you can do it and not worry about taking out tourists. The race is Saturday, April 17, 2010 at 8 for the 5K and 7:30 a.m for the fun run/walk 1 mile. To sign up and get details go to www.raceit.com.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Multiple ECAC/IC4A Qualifications at GMU
The women earned four victories and four ECAC qualifiers at GMU. The three victories/ECAC qualifiers were Nicole Kazuba (pole vault) in 12-9.5, Natalie Baird (discus) 147-6, Ashley Williams (hammer) in 151. Williams also notched an ECAC qualifier in the shot put. Finally Liz Barclay, a frosh, won the steeplechase. More

The men were led by Zach Jordan who not only won, but hit the only IC4A qualifier for the Tribe. Jordan threw the hammer 169-6. More

Friday, April 2, 2010

Colonial Relays
I have limited access to the Internet, so will update this site in a few days. In the meantime, go here for all your Colonial Relays results.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

W&M Invitational Starts Outdoor Qualifiers
In the first outdoor meet, four athletes qualified for the IC4A/ECAC meets. It will be a big loss to lose seniors Ashley Williams, who PRed in the short and Nicol Kazuba who likewise won the pole vault. Joining them at the ECAC meet will be soph Natalie Baird who finished 2nd in the discus. More

All-American Patterson Wilhelm was the lone IC4A qualifier with a PR of 3:48 in the 1500 meters. More

Friday, March 12, 2010

Grey Finishes Fifth in 5K
Jon Grey earned his second All-American stripe by running a brilliant race at the NCAA championships where he finished fifth. Grey started out virtually in the dead last position and then moved up slowly throughout the race. At 13:46.12, it is also a new PR for the junior.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Grey Makes NCAA Meet
All-American Jon Grey has made the NCAA meet in the 5K with his 13:52. Even better is that it was a solo performance which he won by 61 seconds, so look for more improvement this weekend. I'll put meet links up soon.

Monday, March 8, 2010


Men 9th, Women 8th at IC4A/ECAC Meets

The men finished ninth at the IC4A meet based on the strength of the distance team. The DMR was 2nd in 9:44.80 (see video above) w. Liam Anastasia-Murphy, Chris McIntosh, Harry Miller and Chris Tyson. Also earning All-East were Sean Mahoney who was 4th in the 1000 meters (2:29.32), Miller in the 800 meters (1:51.43), Lewis Woodward in the mile in 4:10.74 and Ben Massam, 6th in the 5K in 14:23.55. More Videos

Also in Bostonm the women finished eighth in the ECAC meet with Ashley Williams earning All-East honors w. her 4th in the shop put in 46-11.75, Meghan Burns was 2nd in the 3K in 9:30.95, Nicole Kazuba was 3rd in the pole vault in 13-1.5. More and more

Sunday, March 7, 2010


Videos of the IC4A Races
Above is the entire mile that Lewis Woodward won to move to the finals, but you can also go here and see all of yesterday's action. I'll put up some of the finals tonight. Unfortunately there are no field events and I have not found any videos from the ECAC meet.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Live IC4A and results later for ECAC
The IC4A and ECAC meets are this weekend. Click on their links to see the live feeds.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Mann '00 At USATF
Ali Mann '00 was 15th in her 1500 meter race (4:49) yesterday at the USATF meet.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Big Day at VTech Invitational
Women: To begin with the women set a new school record in the DMR ousting the team that had Coach Newberry on it and and replacing it w. a 11:39.61 w. Heather Belchner, Avery Mattingly, Kelly McElroy and Meghan Burns which qualified for the ECAC meet. Joining that team at the ECAC meet will be Kazuba (PV) in 12-9.5, Sallie Ford (5K) in 17.30, Ashley Williams and Carly Morse in the SP, Belcher, McElroy, Mattingly and Burns all in the 1000 meters, etsy Graney (3000m) in 9:44 and Kayley Byrne also in the 3K and Williams in the weight throw. More and more

Men: Jon Grey scorched the field in the 5K running 13:52 to provisionally qualify for the NCAA (and is now ranked 9th in the US) meet and notching him as the second fastest indoor and 5th fastest all time W&M. In the 1000 meters, five runners scored IC4A times led by Chris TysoN (2:25.91), Harry Miller, Liam Anastasia-Murphy, Sean Mahoney and Zach Tennant. "Only" four qualifiers came out of the 3K w. Tom Burke leading the way in 8:14.56 and followed by Colin Lead, Lewis Woodward and Pete Asaro. Zach Jordan also met the IC4A standard in the weight throw. More and more

Friday, February 19, 2010

Live Results
Click here for live results from the VTech meet this weekend (Fri/Sat).

Monday, February 15, 2010


Mann '00 Runs 4:47
Ali Mann '00 dipped (barely) under the USA qualifying standard with her 4:47.03 (thanks to Kenneth Schmidt for alerting me to the accomplishment. Above is an interview with her after the race.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Liberty Quad Meet
At the Liberty Quad meet Lewis Woodward ran 4:09.82 followed by Liam Anastasia-Murphy (4:10.91), Brian Sklodowski (4:14) and Tom Burke (4:14.7) all qualified for the IC4A meet. Matt Clark ran 8.42 and Chris McIntosh, 8.49 in the 60 hurdles to notch the 3rd and 4th best W&M times in the event. More

The women also had multiple ECAC qualifiers starting with Ashley Williams who won the shot in 46-4 (4th all time) and 52-6.5 in the weight throw. Carly More also qualified for ECAC in the shot put as did as did Nicole Kazuba in the pole vault in 12-3.5. More

Coach Newberry 10th at World Cross Trials
Kathy Newberry finished 10th, 2 out from making the world team, at the USA Cross Country Championships. Newberry has made the team numerous times in the past. The race is above. Results

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Lane '01 Chosen as CAA "Silver Star"
Eleven time All-American Matt Lane was chosen as one of the CAA top 25 athletes of the past 25 years. Matt is a lawyer in Maine today. More and more (Photo from Portland Press Herald)