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The Metropolitan Championships might have been the peak for the Rutgers men’s track and field team this outdoor season.Although many of the same succeeding athletes made headline performances at either meets this weekend, many other event athletes did not have the same success rate.
This may be the largest wave of momentum in the 2017 outdoor track and field season yet. The Rutgers men’s track and field team is looking forward to the Georgia Tech Invitational held in Atlanta from a superior point of view.
As if the Rutgers men’s track and field team needed a reminder or extra push of motivation after many weeks of weather obstacles and abrupt meet changes, the team reclaimed the Metropolitan Championship crown on their home soil after a disappointing “so close, yet so far” second place loss to Manhattan College in 2016.At the Bauer Track and Field Complex, the Scarlet Knights accomplished more than just broken records and nine title wins; they made a comeback from a “disappointing meet” at the Princeton Invitational last week and won back the team pride at their annual outdoor meet.With their natural touch to their own turf, the Knights went into this meet with a fresh level of intensity and provided the crowd with many exhilarating performances.Two Rutgers athletes, junior javelin thrower Christopher Mirabelli and senior jumper Emeka Eze, broke school records as well this past weekend.Mirabelli ended a javelin record drought of over 20 years, instilled by Christopher Sagnella back in 1996.
After overcoming rainy and cold conditions en route to its second-place finish at the Metropolitan Championship last weekend, the Rutgers men’s track and field team gets to look forward to better weather this weekend as they head to Tallahassee, Florida, to participate in the Florida State Seminole Invitational.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team fought off the rain to finish second at the Metropolitan Championships at Rutgers on Friday and Saturday, continuing its strong start to the season.
When a team starts a season off well, there’s always pressure to continue the hot streak. Other teams put a target on your back, the pressure to do well rises and succumbing to said pressure might impede your performance.Apparently, no one told the Rutgers men’s track and field team.After a strong start to their outdoor season in Tampa, the Scarlet Knights continued their dominance at the Colonial Relays in Williamsburg, Virginia.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team has been performing well all season long, and now it faces its biggest challenge yet — the Big Ten Championship in Geneva, Ohio, this weekend.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team went to the David Hemery Valentine Invitational at Boston University last weekend. The Scarlet Knights produced 10 Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America (IC4A) qualifying marks for the track and field championship in March.
Despite the absence of All-American senior jumper and sprinter Corey Crawford, Rutgers has flourished in its indoor season.
Senior Corey Crawford makes his season debut this weekend at the NYC Armory.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team will make its first appearance this season at the indoor Armory track complex this weekend in New York City to compete in the Metro Team Challenge.
Junior sprinter Emeka Eze and the Knights attempt to continue their success at the familiar confines of the NYC Armory.
The Rutgers men's cross country team returns to action this Friday with a trip back to Van Cortlandt Park. While the Knights have ran here before and ran well, Van Cortlandt is a challenge, and the competition will be much more fierce.