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Season Headlines

2nd place at Little Three's Victories by Maxim Doiron in the 60H and Jordan Edwards in the Triple Jump help propel the team to a runner-up finish. Full Story

Track is officially under way A victory by Chris Butko in the 800, and some great performances at Smith highlight the start of the 2016-17 Track & Field Season Full Story

16 runners earn Fall Academic All-NESCAC honors Sixteen members of the XC team earn Academic All-NESCAC for XC - GPA above 3.40, and first years not eliigble Full Story

Top 12 at the NCAA's Despite a bit of an off day, the team fights for a Top 12 finish at the NCAA Championships in Kentucky. Full Story

Advancing to the NCAA's!! Mohammed Hussein led the way with his 5th place finish, as the 3rd place overall finish at the New England regional earns a ticket to Kentucky. Full Story

All-NESCAC Accolades Mohammed Hussein earned First Team while Cosmo Brossy grabbed Second team All-NESCAC Honors and Coach Ned earns a share of the Coach of the Year. Full Story

A repeat as the NESCAC Runner-up Mohammed Hussein and Cosmo Brossy finish 5th and 8th to lead the team to a runner-up finish in tightly contested Nescac Championship battle Full Story

Runner-up finish at Little Three's Mohammed Hussein led the team, with a great effort by the guys behind him, to finish second at the Little Three's. Full Story

Mohamed Hussein NCAA and NESCAC Runner of the Week Junior harrier Mohamed Hussein earns both the NCAA DIII and NESCAC Runner of the week for his performance at the New England Championships Full NCAA Story and NESCAC Story

Solid performance at the New England Championships Mohammed Hussein's 5th place finish leads Varsity to a 7th place finish while Scott Nelson's runnerup finish leads the JV to a team win at the NEICAAA New England Championships. Full Story

Kevin Connors is the Student-Athlete of the Month Senior captain Kevin Connors earns the nod as the Atheltic Departments Student-Athlete of the Month for October Full Story

Farm Plus One - The team got dirty at the Book and Plow Farm on Saturday sorting onions, garlic and hot peppers. Full Story

4th at Purple Valley Mohammed Hussein makes his season debut to lead team with his runner-up finish as Cosmo Brossy and Steven Lucey earn Top 20 finishes to lead team to a 4th palce finish. Full Story

Season kicks off at UMass Cosmo Brossy finished in the Top 10 to lead the team to a 4th place finish at the Minuteman Invite to get the season officially under way. Full Story

Selwyn Maxwell Jr joins the coaching staff Former UConn Husky, Selwyn Maxwell Jr joins the program this fall. He is a former standout hurdler / sprinter for the Huskies and will be working with thsos event areas this season Full Story

Five members of T&F Team earn Academic-All American honors Chris Butko, Kristian Sogaard, Brent Harrison, Jeff Seelaus and Kevin Connors earn Academic All-American honors based on having a GPA above 3.30 AND being in the Top 35 of the NCAA Rankings. Full Story

Team earns Academic-All American honors With a team GPA at 3.49, the track & Field team again earned Academic honors as announced by the USTFCCCA Full Story


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Most Recent Meet

Little Three's -

Performer of the Meet - Maxim Doiron and Jordan Edwards

A smaller contingent of the team headed down to Wesleyan to kick off 2017, competing at the Little Three Championships against Williams and Wesleyan. Despite not having large umbers or event coverage that we might normally have, the guys were not deterred and competed extremely well to grab a runner-up finish. With the 2nd week of intersession coming to an end - with a final week ahead of us - we have been doing a lot of great training and building strength and fitness, and despite some heavy tired legs, it was clear that the work is paying off. Maxim Doiron grabbed the first victory of the year for the team - as well as his first collegiate win along with a huge PR - as he crushed the 60 hurdles, knocking a 1/4 of a second off his time from last year, while freshman Yonas Shiferaw and Theo bates would come charging in right behind him in 3rd and 4th. The other victory on the day came from Jordan Edwards in the triple jump - his first collegiate win - where, in between jumps he was at the same time, competing in the high jump and still managed to launch a 44 foot bomb to jump away from the competition. He was 2nd in the high jump clearing 6 feet and also grabbed points (4th) in the long jump - where his high school teammate Theo would grab a 3rd place, 21 foot jump. The freshmen are certainly making their impact as a pair of them - Elijah Ngbokoli and Biafra Okoronkwo finished 2nd and 4th in the dash, and then later in the day in the 200, Elijah would repeat as runner-up while Biafra grabbed 5th with Mayowa Tinibu grabbing 4th so a 2,4,5 finish for the freshmen trio. Spencer Ferguson-Dryden did double duty in the days longest events as he grabbed5th in the mile running 4:26 and then put the flats on and did a comfortable effort in the 3k running 9:35. the 600 saw David Ingraham, Jay Drain and Stanley Dunwell come through the line in 3rd 4th and 5th place and they would throw Theo in the mix for the 4x400 to finish the day with a runner-up finish. Estevan Velez grabbed a 3rd place finish with a late homestretch kick in the 1000 and Jeff Ewing returned from a foot injury this fall, to hit the K for the first time ever while dropping down 1 lap to the 800, a pair of first years finished in 5th and 7th as jack Dufton did some of the early pacing while Alex Mangiafico got his first taste of collegiate track action. This quartet would come back a little while after their individual events to run the 4x800 and finish in 4th. Sam Amaka, despite having some left arm issues from a strain early in the week was still able to grab a 6th place finish in the weight throw before he finished his day in 4th with the shot put while track new come Elorm Yevudza got his first taste of competition placing in 9th in both events. The team will stay local this week, as we will head across the river to compete at the Smith Invitational on Saturday as we will put a close on another intersession and then prepare for the start of 2nd semester classes on Monday.



Upcoming Meets

We will head across the river to compete at the Beynon Invitational hsoted by Smith College on Saturday January 21st with field events starting at 10:30 and running events starting at 12:30.


Erik Nedeau, Men's Track & Field and Cross Country
Amherst College, Box 2230
Amherst, MA 01002-5000
413 542 8117 Phone, 413 542 2026 Fax
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