2001-02: Placed 53rd (21:43) at the NCAA Championship on 11/19...finished ninth at NCAA Northeast Regional (11/10) as team finished second ... Earned All-BIG EAST honors as she finished ninth overall (20:58) at BIG EAST Championships (10/26), where the Friars finished third ... won the New England Championships (10/12) individual title (17:29) and helped the Friars to a team title ... finished 17th overall (21:25.6) at Roy Griak Invitational (9/29) ... finished second (17:19.30) as PC's top runner at Boston College Invitational on 9/18... was second (19:16) in PC's sweep of top seven places at the New Hampshire Invitational on 9/7...won the 1,000 meters (2:53.89) at the University of Rhode Island on 1/11...member of the distance medley relay team that finished first (11:55.85) at the Yale University Track Classic on 1/12...won the 3,000 meters (9:51.24) at the Women's Challenge Cup on 1/19...finished second (4:48.72) in the mile at the Terrier Classic on 1/26...won the mile (4:44.27) at Boston University on 2/5...earned the BIG EAST title in the mile with a first-place finish (4:57.05) on 2/17...member of the 4 x 800 relay team that finished eighth (9:13.93) at the BIG EAST Championship on 2/17...member of the distance medley relay team that finished fourth (11:29.60) at the ECAC Championship on 3/3...finished fifth in the mile with a personal best time of 4:42.95 and earned All-America accolades at the NCAA Championship on 3/9...member of the 4 x 1,500 meter relay team that finished second (18:14.33) at the Raleigh Relays on 3/30...won the steeplechase (10:46.85) at the UConn Invitational on 4/5...ran a personal best time of 2:10.15 to win the 800 meters at the Brown Invitational on 4/13...earned the BIG EAST title in the steeplechase with a first-place (10:24.70) at the BIG EAST Championship on 5/4...member of the 4 x 800 meter relay team that finished sixth (8:54.92) at the BIG EAST Championship on 5/4...finished second (10:08.73) in the steeplechase at the ECAC Championship on 5/19...placed eighth in the steeplechase at the NCAA Championship and earned All-America honors with a personal best time of 10:08.24.
2000-01: Placed third (18:41) at UNH on 9/1 and second (18:00) at URI on 9/9 ... finished sixth (17:50) at New Englands (10/13) and ninth (17:34) at the BIG EAST Championships on 10/27 ... helped Friars to ninth-place finish at NCAAs by placing 15th (21:09) at the Northeast Regional meet on 11/11 ... won 800 meters (2:13.63) at New England Challenge (1/20) and mile (4:56.11) at URI Invitation (2/5) ... finished second (4:51.93) in the mile at Valentine Invite (2/11) ... placed third (4:49.90) in the mile at ECACs on 3/4 ... won the 3,000 meter steeplechase at the Raleigh Relays (10:42.36), at the BIG EAST Championships (10:24.35) and at the Albany Invitational (10:20.99) where she set a school and Irish National Record ... ran 4:23.28 for 1,500 meter in the heats at ECAC's Championship and competed at the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Ore. in the steeplechase.
1999-00: Ran the 1,500 meters in a time of 4:38.81 at the ECAC Outdoor Championship on 5/19 ... placed third (2:10.34) in the 800 meters at the New England Outdoor Championship on 5/12 ... won the 1,500 meters at the University of Connecticut (4/7) in a time of 4:30.58 ... ran on the 4 x 800 meter relay team that placed third (9:00.01) and the 4 x 1,500 meter relay team that finished first (18:19.77) at the Raleigh Relays on 3/31 ... won the 1,000 meters in a time of 2:55.21 at the New England Challenge Finals on 1/22 ... won the 800 meters at the Challenge Cup on 1/14 in a time of 2:18.47 ... won the 1,000 meters (2:58.18) and helped the 4 x 400 meters relay squad to a second-place finish (4:03.83) at Boston University on 12/4 ... ran at the NCAA Cross Country Championship (108th, 18:15.70) ... finished 64th (18:30) at the NCAA Northeast Regional Championship (11/13) ... placed 22nd (18:30) at the BIG EAST Cross Country Championship on 10/30 ... won the JV race (18:21) at the New England Cross Country Championship on 10/15 ... placed 98th at the Roy Griak Invitational in a time of 19:24 on 9/25.
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The Providence College men's and women's track teams opened the indoor track season over the weekend after traveling to Fordham, N.Y. for the Fordham...
Emily Sisson Named BIG EAST ...
It was announced yesterday that Emily Sisson (Chesterfield, Mo.) was named the BIG EAST Conference nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year.
Emily Sisson Named USTFCCCA ...
The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced its All-Academic teams and Scholar Athletes of the Year today (July 17)....
The BIG EAST Conference announced the winners of the 2014-15 Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Awards today (July 8, 2015) and Providence’s Emily Sisson...
Emily Sisson Named Bowerman ...
It was announced today (June 23) by the United States Track & Field Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) that two-time NCAA Champion Emily Sisson ...
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).