Friday, June 25, 2010


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.