Emily Sisson '14 on the Providence College Podcast

April 10, 2017

Providence, R.I. -

Emily Sisson ’14 is a Friar legend. After transferring to Providence College to train under Coach Ray Treacy ’82, Emily helped lead the women's cross country team to the 2013 NCAA Championship, set an NCAA Division 1 record in the 5,000-meter run in indoor track, and won NCAA titles in the 5,000 twice — in indoor and outdoor track. During her cross country and track career, she earned both All-America and all-conference honors 11 times. Already in 2017, Emily has produced the fourth fastest indoor 5000-meter time (15:02.10) and the fourth fastest half-marathon time (1:08.21) in U.S. history. In this episode, we discuss her recent professional success, what she has learned from mentors Molly Huddle and Kim Smith ‘05, and her ultimate running goal.

 

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