Aine Hoban - 2006-2007 Indoor Track: Finished fifth (15:53.42) at the NCAA Championships in the 5,000 meters on 3/9...Finished first (9:24.49) in the 3,000 meters at the New England Championships on 2/23...Finished first (16:16.67) in the 5,000 meters and second (9:29.47) in the 3,000 meters on 2/17 at the BIG EAST Championships...Placed third (4:51.42) in the Mile at the Boston University Quad Meet on 2/5...Finished first (16:08.63) in the 5,000 meters at the Boston University Terrier Invitational on 1/26...Finished first in the mile (4:57.23) on 1/20 at the URI Sorlein Memorial Classic...
Personal Record: Mile- 4:51.42 3,000 meters- 9:24.49 5,000 meters- 15:53.42
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Providence Women's Cross...
It was announced today (June 16) that the Providence College women's cross country and track program finished sixth in the USTFCCCA Program Of The Year...
Providence Women Finish 20th...
The Providence College women's track team finished 20th at the NCAA Track and Field Championships on June 10-13. A total of 68 teams scored on the women's side.
Sisson Crowned NCAA Champion
Graduate-student Emily Sisson was crowned the 2015 NCAA Outdoor 5,000 meter championship today (June 13).
Nagel Finishes 16th In NCAA ...
Providence College graduate-student Laura Nagel (Napier, New Zealand) competed in the 10,000 meters at the 2015 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships...
Sisson And Nagel Ready For...
Graduate-students Emily Sisson (Chesterfield, Mo.) and Laura Nagel (Napier, New Zealand) will compete at the 2015 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships ...
Sisson Named USTFCCCA...
It was announced today that graduate-student Emily Sisson (Chesterfield, Mo.) was named USTFCCCA Northeast Region Outdoor Female Track Athlete of the Year.
Sisson Advances To NCAA...
The remaining four Friars competed on the final day of competition at the NCAA East First Round today (Saturday, May 30), each in the 5,000 meter heats.
Nagel Advances To NCAA 10,00...
Graduate-student Laura Nagel (Napier, New Zealand) and junior Harvey Dixon (Gibraltar, Gibraltar) were the first two of six Friars to compete at the NCAA...