• Men's Track Athlete of the Week - Colin Eberhardt, Susquehanna
    April 27, 2015
    (Jr., Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y.) Eberhardt placed second among 64 runners in the 1500 meter run at Saturday's Paul Keiser Classic. His time of 3:58.35 is a personal best and the top time in the Landmark Conference so far this season. Eberhardt also led off the 4 x 800 meter relay team that placed first (8:01.15) and set a meet record.
  • Men's Field Athlete of the Week - Kahron Walker, Moravian
    April 27, 2015
    (So., Brick, N.J.) Walker placed tenth in the College Men's High Jump at the Penn Relays by clearing an ECAC qualifying and personal outdoor best height of 2.00 meters (6'6 3/4") on his first attempt. The mark is the eighth-best in school history. He then took sixth in the triple jump at 13.46 meters (44'2"), the second-best mark in the Landmark this season, and ninth in the long jump with a mark of 6.21 meters (20'4 1/2") at the Lehigh Games on Saturday. This is the fourth time that Walker has received AOTW recognition in 2014-15.
  • Women's Track Athlete of the Week - Ashley West, Susquehanna
    April 27, 2015
    (Jr., East Hampton, N.Y.) West broke her own school and Landmark records with her time of 2:12.01 in the 800 meter run at Saturday's Paul Keiser Classic. That placed her second out of 65 runners, just 0.1 behind the first place finisher from Division II Shippensburg, and it is the 10th fastest time registered across Division III this spring. West is now an 18-time AOTW winner across both cross country and track.
  • Women's Field Athlete of the Week - Brittianni Phillips, Elizabethtown
    April 27, 2015
    (Fr., Nacogdoches, Texas) Phillips increased her own outdoor school record in the shot put at Saturday's Paul Keiser Classic. She took fourth in the event, the best of any of her Landmark competitors, with a top throw of 12.38 meters (40' 7 1/2"). She is the first female thrower to reach the 40-foot mark in Elizabethtown program history, and currently has the second-furthest throw registered in the conference this spring.
  • Men's Track Athlete of the Week - Peter Kerns, Susquehanna
    April 20, 2015
    (Jr., Sandy Hook, Conn.) Kerns ran to victories in the 400 meter and 200 meter dashes at the Mason Dixon Invitational at Gettysburg on Saturday. He finished first of 16 runners in the 400 with a hand held time of 50.0. He then finished first of 37 runners in the 200 with a hand held time of 22.0. The Crusaders went on to win the meet, finishing first out of 11 scoring teams.
  • Men's Field Athlete of the Week - Michael Stankus, Susquehanna
    April 20, 2015
    (Jr., Bound Brook, N.J.) Stankus won the high jump at Saturday's Mason-Dixon Invitational with a top clearing of 1.93 meters (6'4"). It was his first collegiate victory and he currently ranks second in the Landmark Conference this spring. Stankus beat out six other competitors in his first place showing on Saturday.
  • Women's Track Athlete of the Week - Amelia Tearnan, Elizabethtown
    April 20, 2015
    (Sr., Towson, Md.) Tearnan was the Blue Jays' top individual finisher on the track Saturday at the Widener Invitational. Tearnan ran 2:19.60 in the 800m and was the runner-up in the event out of 68 total competitors. She came back to run the third-leg for Elizabethtown's 4x400m relay team which won the event in a season-best time of 4:05.26.
  • Women's Field Athlete of the Week - Mary Clark, Catholic
    April 20, 2015
    (Sr., Manasquan, N.J.) Clark posted top five finishes in each of her three events at the Mason-Dixon Invitational on Saturday, including a first place showing in the hammer toss. Her top throw of 45.75 meters (150'1") beat out 13 other competitors. Clark also placed fourth in the discus (36.68 meters - 120'4") and fifth in the shot put (11.35 meters - 37'3"). This is the second time she has received AOTW recognition in her collegiate career.
  • Men's Track Athlete of the Week - Mike Twist, Elizabethtown
    April 13, 2015
    (So., Voorhees, N.J.) Twist added his name to Elizabethtown's all-time list in the 800 meters, outrunning 49 other competitors to win the event at the Messiah Invitational on Saturday. Twist clocked in at 1:55.04, the sixth-best time in school history and the fastest registered by a Landmark runner so far this season.
  • Men's Field Athlete of the Week - Gavin Bailey, Moravian
    April 13, 2015
    (Jr., Sparta, N.J.) Bailey had a pair of ECAC qualifying performances at the non-scoring Coach P Open hosted by the Greyhounds. He was third in the long jump with an ECAC mark and career-best outdoor distance of 6.90 meters (22-7.75). Bailey was also third in an ECAC qualifying time of 55.95 seconds in the 400-meter hurdles. He finished off the day by running the lead off leg of Moravian's 4x400-meter relay that placed sixth in 3:28.69.
  • Women's Track Athlete of the Week - Brielle Sutter, Moravian
    April 13, 2015
    (Sr., Saddle Brook, N.J.) Sutter repeats as the AOTW winner after being a part of three ECAC marks on the track at the non-scoring Coach P Open Saturday at Moravian. She started her day by running the lead off leg of the Greyhounds' 4x100-meter relay squad which won the race in an ECAC qualifying time of 48.06 seconds, just three thousandths of a second off of the meet record. The time also puts the quartet at 10th on the TFRRS list with the top 15 relays heading to the NCAA Championships in May. Sutter then placed third in the 200-meter dash with an ECAC time of 25.69 seconds, and she finished off her afternoon by running the lead off leg of the 4x400-meter relay that won the race in an ECAC qualifying time of 4:03.93. This is the seventh time that she has been named AOTW in her Greyhound career.
  • Women's Field Athlete of the Week - Gabby Alguire, Susquehanna
    April 13, 2015
    (So., Tunkhannock, Pa.) Alguire receives AOTW recognition for the second time this season and the fourth in her Susquehanna career after registering the top javelin throw by a Division III athlete at the Bison Outdoor Classic, hosted by Bucknell University. Alguire's throw of 44.73 meters (146'9") placed her third out of 34 competitors overall. For the season, she is ranked first in the Landmark and third in all of D-III in the event.
  • Men's Track Athlete of the Week - Dillon Farrell, Moravian
    April 06, 2015
    (Sr., North Wales, Pa.) Farrell receives AOTW recognition for a second straight week and 21st time in his Greyhound career. He took nearly two seconds off his personal best time in the 10,000 meters on Friday at the Sam Howell Memorial Invitational, setting a new school record after crossing the line in 31:05.80. That time, which was also an ECAC-qualifying mark, placed him third out of 16 runners and second among collegiate participants.
  • Men's Field Athlete of the Week - Tom Schetroma, Susquehanna
    April 06, 2015
    (Jr., Elysburg, Pa.) Schetroma topped a field of 20 competitors in the shot put at last Wednesday's Spartan Invitational. His top throw of 14.19 meters was 0.49 meters further than the second place finisher. Schetroma also placed fifth in the hammer throw with a top distance of 40.87 meters. He currently ranks first in the Landmark in the shot put and third in the hammer. This is Schetroma's third time receiving AOTW recognition in his Crusader career.
  • Women's Track Athlete of the Week - Brielle Sutter, Moravian
    April 06, 2015
    (Sr., Saddle Brook, N.J.) Sutter won the 400-meter dash at Saturday's non-scoring Muhlenberg Invitational in 59.69 seconds. She was also second in the 200-meter dash in 26.46 seconds, and she took third in the 100-meter dash in 12.87 as the Greyhounds took the top three spots in the race. Sutter is currently the top-ranked Landmark runner in the 400, and she is ranked second behind teammate Corinne Glass in the 200. This is the sixth time in her career that she has received AOTW recognition.
  • Women's Field Athlete of the Week - Mary Kate Duncan, Moravian
    April 06, 2015
    (Fr., Reading, Pa.) Duncan captured the javelin at the non-scoring Muhlenberg Invitational with an ECAC qualifying throw of 39.43 meters (129'4"). That distance puts Duncan at 20th on the Track & Field Results Reporting System list for the 2015 NCAA Division III Outdoor National Championships. The top 22 women in each event at the end of the season will compete at the national meet. Duncan was one of the Greyhounds' six individual champions in the meet.
  • Men's Track Athlete of the Week - Dillon Farrell, Moravian
    March 30, 2015
    (Sr., North Wales, Pa.) Farrell won the 3,000-meter run at the Lafayette 7-Way Meet to begin Moravian's 2015 outdoor season with a school-record time of 8:42.47. His time was five seconds faster than the previous school record and six seconds ahead of his previous best in the event. This is the 20th time in Farrell's storied career that he has received AOTW honors across both cross country and track.
  • Men's Field Athlete of the Week - Alex Messick, Susquehanna
    March 30, 2015
    (Fr., Mountain Lakes, N.J.) Messick won the javelin at Sunday's Jim Taylor Invitational with a top throw of 60.53 meters (198' 7"). He is currently ranked first in the conference and fifth in NCAA Division III after his first-ever collegiate outdoor meet. Messick topped 11 other competitors at last weekend's meet.
  • Women's Track Athlete of the Week - Ashley West, Susquehanna
    March 30, 2015
    (Jr., East Hampton, N.Y.) West, who ran in a heat of all Division I runners from Bucknell and Bloomsburg, won the 1500 meter run at Sunday's Jim Taylor Invitational with a time of 4:43.56. She is currently ranked first in the Landmark Conference and 12th in NCAA Division III. This is the 17th time that West has received AOTW recognition across both cross country and track.
  • Women's Field Athlete of the Week - Gabby Alguire, Susquehanna
    March 30, 2015
    (So., Tunkhannock, Pa.) Alguire extended her own Landmark and Susquehanna records in the javelin with a top throw of 47.46 meters (155' 8") at Sunday's Jim Taylor Invitational. She took first place in the event, topping her next closest competitor by nearly 30 feet. Alguire is currently ranked second in Division III in the event. This is the third time she has been named AOTW in her Crusader career.
  • Men's Track Athlete of the Week - Mitch Schlegel, Elizabethtown
    March 23, 2015
    (Fr., Telford, Pa.) Schlegel was victorious in three of the four races he competed in as the Blue Jays began their outdoor season by winning the Elizabethtown Early Bird Opener on Saturday. Schlegel crossed the line in 11.34 to top the field in the 100 meter dash, and he earned a second place finish in the 200 dash (22.74). He was also a part of winning teams in the 4x100 (45.16) and 4x400 (3:26.45) relays.
  • Men's Field Athlete of the Week - Max Mahan, Elizabethtown
    March 23, 2015
    (So., Blue Ball, Pa.) Mahan won the high jump competition for the second straight season at the Blue Jays' home meet to start the outdoor season. Mahan was the only jumper to reach 1.88 meters (6'2"), which he cleared to place first overall at the Elizabethtown Early Bird Opener.
  • Women's Track Athlete of the Week - Eileen Cody, Elizabethtown
    March 23, 2015
    (Gr., Jamesville, N.Y.) Cody was one of six individual winners for Elizabethtown at its season-opening home meet. She won the 1500 meter run with the sixth-fastest time in school history at 4:45.57, which is over five seconds better than her previous best in the event. The Blue Jays earned 232 points overall, topping second place York (Pa.) by 99.
  • Women's Field Athlete of the Week - Amanda Porter, Elizabethtown
    March 23, 2015
    (So., Audubon, N.J.) Porter claimed a pair of first-place finishes along with a second place showing at Saturday's Elizabethtown Early Bird Opener. She was the top thrower in the hammer at 40.17 meters (131'9") and javelin at 37.59 meters (123'4"). Both throws were personal bests for Porter. She took second in the shot put at 11.21 meters (36'9 1/2").
  • Men's Track Athlete of the Week - Matt Guetzlaff, Juniata
    February 23, 2015
    (Jr., Schnecksville, Pa.) Guetzlaff set a new program record with his time of 8:52.54 in the 3,000 meter run at Friday night's SU Open. That placed him third out of 33 competitors, and it was tops among Landmark runners in the event. Guetzlaff now holds the third fastest time in the conference so far this season heading into next weekend's indoor championships.
  • Men's Field Athlete of the Week - Ryan Karnopp, Moravian
    February 23, 2015
    (Jr., Tunkhannock, Pa.) Karnopp established new Landmark and school records in the pole vault after clearing a height of 5.05 meters (16'6 3/4") during the Kutztown Last Chance Invitational on Saturday. He is the first Greyhound to clear five meters indoors, and his conversion is the fourth-highest recorded in the TFRRS rankings which determine qualification for the D-III National Championships in March. The previous conference record was 4.96 meters, set by Moravian's Timothy Layng on 2/25/12. Karnopp receives AOTW recognition for the second time this year and fourth time in his Greyhound career.
  • Women's Track Athlete of the Week - Brianna Wright, Moravian
    February 23, 2015
    (Sr., Shillington, Pa.) Wright earns repeat AOTW recognition after setting a new Landmark record in the 55-meter dash during the Kutztown Last Chance Invitational on Saturday. She crossed the line in 7.35, breaking the nearly five-year old mark of 7.38 set by Moravian's Rachel Beck on 3/5/10. The time earned her a second place finish out of 22 total competitors. Wright also placed third out of 24 runners in the 200-meter dash with a time of 27.02. This is the third time this season that she has received AOTW accolades.
  • Women's Field Athlete of the Week - Amanda Porter, Elizabethtown
    February 23, 2015
    (So., Audubon, N.J.) After setting a program record in the weight throw during the previous week, Porter established a new school mark in the shot put during the SU Open on Friday. She registered a top toss of 12.33 meters (40'5 1/2"), a distance which placed her second out of 34 throwers and which now ranks her third in the Landmark this season. Porter also placed seventh in the weight throw with a top distance of 12.66 meters (41'6 1/2"), coming up just under her program record throw from the week before.
  • Men's Track Athlete of the Week - Zach Trama, Elizabethtown
    February 16, 2015
    (Jr., West Chester, Pa.) Trama took first place in the mile run at the SU Invitational on Saturday, winning an individual event for the Blue Jays for a second-straight weekend. He crossed the line in 4:18.12, topping 52 other competitors with a time that was over five seconds faster than the second place finisher. Trama, who receives his second AOTW award of 2014-15, is currently the only Landmark runner under 4:20 in the mile this season.
  • Men's Field Athlete of the Week - Kahron Walker, Moravian
    February 16, 2015
    (So., Brick, N.J.) Walker earns repeat AOTW recognition, and this is the third time he has received weekly accolades in 2014-15. He competed in both the triple jump and long jump at the SU Invitational on Saturday. Walker was fifth out of 28 competitors in the triple jump, recording an ECAC qualifying distance of 13.59 meters (44'7"), and he placed ninth out of 52 in the long jump with a top leap of 6.41 meters (21'1/2"). Both jumps were season-highs, and his triple jump distance is the furthest in the Landmark this season.
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