Season Point Total

Season Point Total since State Relays 1. Kate Rathman - 11.25 2. Nikki Clifford - 10.75 3. Brianna King - 10.5 4. Jaden Sweely - 7.5 5. Jocelyn Kugler - 5.0 6. Meghan Carroll - 4.75 7. Alyssa Blackmon - 3.0 8. Sophia DeLuca - 2.5 9. Emily Kramer - 2.0 10. Kianah Jordan - 1.0 10. Erin Jackson - 1.0 12. Belle St. Jean - 1.0 12. Kayla McAdams - 1.0 12. Alex Fasano - 1.0 12. Adriana Sommese - 1.0 12. Kailyn Clark - 1.0 17. Alison Cooke - .25 17. Jill Strauss - .25 17. Izzi Decker - .25

State Group 4 Relays

Kate's reaction to the DMR time and place pretty much sums up how the coaching staff felt after the State relays were finished. The lead up to the meet getting postponed and moved to Wednesday left me a little nervous. The first event took away those nerves quickly. Nikki Clifford started things off by splitting 3:58.1(#5 all time indoor split). She handed off to Brianna King 62.4, Jaden Sweely 2:32.1 and Kate Rathman 5:13(#4 all time indoor split). Combined they ran 12:45.86(#6 AT Indoors), a 25 second season best, to finish 4th. This is the fastest DMR we have run since 2011. This also was an Eastern States qualifier. Of the 6 relays that ran, 5 of them were season best times.Of the 28 ind

Olympic Conference Meet recap

The Olympic Conference Meet at Toms River saw many season best and lifetime best performances. The 4x800m relay team started the day off with a season best performance and a first place finish running 10:24.42. Freshman Jocelyn Kugler saw her first 800m of the season leading off in 2:35.3. She handed off to Brianna King 2:36.3 SB to Meghan Carroll 2:37.5 and then Jaden Sweely anchoring in 2:35.2 SB. In the 55m hurdle trials junior Kailyn Clark ran a lifetime best of 9.77 to finish 15th. Joynee Bowers and Jill Strauss both ran season best times in the 55m dash. The 1600m was pretty exciting. Senior Iris Archer was in the first heat and ran a lifetime pr of 6:32.80. Next up was Erin Jackson wh

Happy New Year!

New Year's Eve and I am sure many of you got the Happy New Year texts, the Happy New Year tweets, or even the Happy New Year phone calls. It got me to think about twitter and the way we share information socially. Sure we all have those moments where everything went the way we wanted it to. They are easy to share, but you rarely see those tweets about the bad races. The times you had to face reality and realize that things didn't go right. We are coming off of the Holiday break and ready to get back into the thick of things. The season at this point will seem to go by way too quickly. What do you need to do as an student athlete to be successful? 1. Be available - The next up mentality is on

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