Abilene Christian scored 22 points in the final three events to post a two and a half point victory over St. Augustine
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If you have information about running camps or college signings, please send them in to Daddy Doug. Check out the \"camps/clinics\" link at the top of the page and the college signings under the miscellaneous tab link for our latest information.
State Meet Results and elite performances have been added. Jasmine Cotten of Fayettville re-writes the record book by large margins in the 100m, 400m, and long jump.. Several others broke State Meet records including Kaylyn Christopher. After checking all of the results a complete write-up will come this afternoon. (All write-ups are completed.)
Siketha Shepherd-Hall leads Marshall University with her 2nd place finish and school record in the long jump by jumping 20-03.00. Complete results for the Conference USA Meet have been added with elite performances for Marshall University. Also, all of the High School regional meets and elite performances have been added. I want to especially thank www.runwv.com for most of the results. Thanks to the ones who have e-mailed me results.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va.- The Marshall track and field team travels to El Paso, Texas, for the Conference USA Championship on May 11-13. The meet, hosted by UTEP, marks the first time the Thundering Herd will compete since April 28 at the Penn Relays.
Louisville\'s Belt, Connecticut\'s Legare earn men\'s Most Outstanding Performer honors; Notre Dame\'s Huddle, Syracuse\'s Hernandez take women\'s honors. Storrs, Conn. - The Notre Dame men and the Pittsburgh women earned 2006 BIG EAST Outdoor Track & Field team titles on Sunday at the George J. Sherman - Family Complex on the campus of the University of Connecticut. The Irish men\'s team earned a first-place team total of 132 points, which was seven better than second-place Louisville. The Cardinals entered Sunday with the team lead.
Storrs, Conn. - The Louisville men\'s team and Syracuse\'s women\'s team lead through the first full day of competition at the 2006 BIG EAST Outdoor Track & Field Championships at the George J. Sherman - Family Sports Complex on the campus of the University of Connecticut. The Cardinals scored 61 points on the men\'s side and lead by 24 points over second-place Notre Dame. Syracuse notched 53 points and lead by 15 over second-place Pittsburgh. Freshman Tony Belt (pictured and from Berkeley Springs, WV), who entered the event with the No. 4 mark in the country in the high jump, played a major role in the scoring for the Cardinals. He broke the BIG EAST Championship record, which was set in 1982, with a standard of 2.20m. He also broke the school record and posted the third-longest mark in meet history with a conference-winning long jump of 7.83m.
(We have new updates. Thanks to the ones sending the updates to me.) WVRunners and the Milesplit Network will be posting college signings as they come in. If an athlete from another State commits to a West Virginia College, it will show up here. Also, if an athlete from a West Virginia high school signs in another state, it will show up on WVRunners and the State the athlete signed with (provided they are on our list of States). Please send college signing information and a photo if possible to firstname.lastname@example.org. To view the signings, go to the top of the WVRunners page and click on the Misc. tab and you will find College Signings., or click on the link below. Click here for West Virginia Signings
The Wheeling Jesuit University track team won more than its share of battles as the West Virginia Conference track meet concluded Friday at the Cardinals
Kaylyn Christopher of Preston (pictured) led the charge this week with her State record breaking performance, but she had plenty of company when it came to season State\'s best times and marks established over the last weekend in April.