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The level of preparation any college track athlete goes through before and after the cry of the starting gunshot, is almost unimaginable. The athletes’ tension likely reaches its peak in the midst of the crowd’s silence at the stadium before the start of a race or the stance before a big throw.
The Metropolitan Championships might have been the peak for the Rutgers men’s track and field team this outdoor season.
This may be the largest wave of momentum in the 2017 outdoor track and field season yet.
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 its home soil after a disappointing “so close, yet so far” second place loss to Manhattan College in 2016.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team is more than ready to perform in the sunny weather that is forecasted this weekend at the Metropolitan Outdoor Championships, despite the unfortunate forces of nature that acted against them over the past couple of weeks.
Competing on a college level comes with a lot of dedication, sweat and some surprises. The Rutgers men’s track and field team was abruptly faced with one this past weekend, as the the team planned to split up between the Dogwood Relays at Tennessee and the Sam Howell Invitational at Princeton University.
With its consistent successes since the opening of the 2017 outdoor season, the Rutgers men’s track and field team continues to ride its momentum into both the Dogwood Relays held in Knoxville, Tennessee and the Sam Howell Invitational in Princeton this upcoming weekend.
Mirroring its accomplishments at last year’s Colonial Relays hosted by William and Mary, the Rutgers men’s track and field team returned to Zable Stadium this past weekend and took second place behind Princeton. But this time around, the Scarlet Knights were able to diversify their wins.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team will have its sights set on something more than its second place finish at last year's Colonial Relays.
The time has come for the Rutgers men's track and field athletes to unscrew their indoor spikes and gear up for the outdoor season.
There still remains two athletes who have not quite concluded their 2017 indoor season yet.
Just in time to turn the end of the indoor season around after many bottom tier results, the Rutgers men’s track and field athletes collected a host of titles with its performances this past weekend at the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America (IC4A) Championships in Boston, Massachusetts.
The Big Ten Indoor Championships has always been a key milestone toward the end of any men’s track and field indoor season.
Entering its third year competing in the Big Ten Championships, the Rutgers men's track and field team has preparations underway for the biggest event of the season for most athletes.