Tag: cross country
The national-ranked Virginia cross country teams swept the UVA Duals to open the 2016 season Thursday evening (Sept. 1) at Panorama Farms in Earlysville.
For the second year in a row, Eastern Mennonite University will be sending three cross country runners to the NCAA National Championships.
For the first time in 13 years, EMU has an individual cross country champion. Hannah Chappell-Dick (Bluffton, Ohio/Bluffton) continued her incredible senior season by winning the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championships Saturday, Oct. 31 in Bridgewater.
All seasons must end, not only for the body to recover after withstanding the grind of a full cross country season, but also to allow our student-athletes to shift their focus to academics.
Five former Bridgewater College standout student-athletes were inducted into the College’s Athletic Hall of Fame at the annual Hall of Fame Banquet held Friday evening.
EMU coach Jason Lewkowicz pursues excellence to the glory of God with his track and cross country athletes
It was, he’ll tell you, something of a crazy decision to come to Eastern Mennonite University. Jason Lewkowicz and his family were settled and happy in Hannibal, Missouri, where he’d spent three years building the first track and field program at Hannibal-LaGrange University.
After demonstrating how to love your neighbor as yourself while competing in a cross country meet, Jolee Paden has been named this week’s EMU Athlete of the Week as EMU’s own “Good Samaritan.”
Longwood cross country coach Catherine Hanson is a triathlon minimalist and proud of it. Where others wear wetsuits, Hanson wears her singlet.
We are very excited about the 2014-2015 school year at EMU. With all but one staff person returning, we have benefitted from stability and familiarity.
The EMU cross country women are expected to challenge for the conference title this year, according to Coach Jason Lewkowicz and now according to the other ODAC coaches.
The Bridgewater College men’s cross country team landed the top seed on the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Men’s Cross Country Preseason Poll after receiving 10 first place votes for a total of 100 points.
One thing is sure after a quick look at the ODAC men’s cross country preseason poll – not much is sure. The EMU men ended up fourth in the poll, conducted by the league’s coaches, although they were just a single point out of third place in a jumbled ranking.
James Madison University will induct four people and one team in its 2014 class for the JMU Athletics Hall of Fame.
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Tuesday the Olympic sports broadcast coverage for the upcoming fall season. UVA teams will make 11 regular-season broadcast appearances, with the opportunity of additional coverage during ACC tournaments.
It may seem like a stretch to classify the best finish in 12 years as “frustrating,” but that’s what EMU cross country coach Jason Lewkowicz said about his women’s team last year.
The 58th annual ACC Academic Honor Roll, recognizing academic excellence by student-athletes during the 2013-14 academic year, was announced Thursday (Aug. 7) by Commissioner John Swofford. Virginia placed 305 student-athletes on the Honor Roll.
The way EMU cross country coach Jason Lewkowicz sees it, his men’s cross country team only scratched the surface of what they are capable of during the 2013 season.
Virginia student-athletes registered an outstanding academic performance during the Spring 2014 semester. The overall GPA for UVa’s 627 student-athletes in Spring 2014 was 3.0 for the second consecutive semester.
James Madison University has named Ta’ Frias as the Director of the Women’s Track and Field and Cross Country programs, JMU Director of Athletics Jeff Bourne announced today.
VMI has been announced as the winner of the 2013-14 Big South Institutional Sportsmanship Award, according to information released Wednesday by the league. It is the eighth time in the award’s nine-year history that the Keydets have been the recipients.
EMU’s cross country teams are going with familiarity in 2014. Coach Jason Lewkowicz announced this fall’s schedule today, and his Royals have the potential to run in eight meets this year but on only five different courses.
VMI returns to its intercollegiate athletic roots when it officially rejoins the Southern Conference effective Tuesday, July 1.
UVA finished fourth in the final 2013-14 Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup competition for Division I schools. The final results were announced Friday (June 27) by the National Association of Directors of Athletics (NACDA). The fourth-place finish is the second highest in program history and marks the eighth consecutive year the Cavaliers’ program has placed in the top 20.
Morgan Brian (women’s soccer) and Joe Harris (men’s basketball) were honored as Virginia’s top female and male athletes for the 2013-14 academic year at UVa’s annual awards dinneron Monday (April 28) at John Paul Jones Arena.
Student-athletes who compete for the UVa. athletics programs recorded a superlative academic performance during the fall 2013 semester.
The 2012 Fishburne Military School cross-country team was one of the best in school history, finishing ninth at the state meet. But a senior class led by three-time all-state runner Colin Turnnidge has graduated, and Coach Mike Anson has set realistic expectations for the squad for 2013.
Bridgewater College won its first-ever ODAC title while Olivia Mills (Fredericksburg, Va./Fredericksburg Christian) and BC coach Brian Flynn took home top honors Saturday at the ODAC Cross Country Championship Meet. Mills ran away with the individual title and was named ODAC Runner of Year after she led the Eagles to a comfortable win in the […]