Posts Tagged: Track and Field

Todd helps Liberty win relay, team titles at Big South Champs

May 14, 2018

Liberty University’s Michael Todd of Anchorage was part of the victorious 4×400-meter relay team at the Big South Conference Championships in High Point, North Carolina. Entering the meet on the NCAA East Preliminary Round bubble, the relay team improved its chances at qualifying after lowering its season-best time from 3:09.00 to 3:08.19. That time was… Read more »

Ealum runs to third career Big South title with record 800 win

Anchorage’s Tanner Ealum was one of many Liberty University track and field stars to add her name to the Big South Conference record book. She won the 800-meter title in record fashion as the Flames burned the competition with a meet record 289 points and the largest margin of victory since 1999 at the conference… Read more »

Ostrander wins 5,000 for 5th Mountain West Championships title

May 13, 2018

Kenai’s Allie Ostrander of Boise State University racked up 18 of her team’s 84 points and won her fifth career individual title at the Mountain West Track and Field Championships in Clovis, Calif. She won the 5,000-meter run and turned in a runner-up finish in the 1,500 to lead the women’s team to a fourth-place… Read more »

Roelle rips off two PRs, wins three medals at conference meet

Anchorage’s Rachel Roelle of Eastern Oregon University ripped off a massive 11-second personal record in the 1,500-meter run at the Cascade Conference Championships in Hermiston, Oregon. The senior clocked a time of 4:34.01 to break a 9-year-old school record and hit the NAIA national qualifying mark in earning a silver medal in the women’s final…. Read more »

All-state runner, multiple medalist Roe chooses Weber State

April 27, 2018

Going D1 is a badge of honor for Alaska high school athletes, but finding the right fit was more important to Bailey Roe of Fairbanks. She got both with Weber State University. The all-state runner in cross country and track and field received a scholarship from the NCAA D1 Wildcats of the Big Sky Conference…. Read more »

Ostrander breaks ground for BSU with Bowerman Watch List

April 20, 2018

Kenai’s Allie Ostrander was named to The Bowerman Mid-Outdoor Watch List by the U.S. Track and Field Coaches Association. The Bowerman consists of the top-10 track and field athletes throughout the country and is considered the highest honor for a college track and field athlete. Ostrander is the first Boise State University athlete to make… Read more »

Ostrander All-American in 3,000 at NCAA Indoor Championships

March 11, 2018

Boise State’s Allie Ostrander of Kenai racked up her fifth career NCAA All-American finish, this time racing to a runner-up result in the women’s 3,000 at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships in College Station, Texas. It was an outstanding effort from Ostrander to take second to a three-time national champion and help the… Read more »

Roelle earns third career NAIA All-American honors for EOU

March 6, 2018

Rachel Roelle of Anchorage joined the ranks of repeat NAIA All-Americans from Alaska at the NAIA Indoor Track and Field Championships in Pittsburg, Kansas. The Eastern Oregon runner earned top-eight finishes in the 3,000 meters and the distance medley relay for her third career All-American finish. In 2016, she was eighth in the 1,000 meters…. Read more »

Boise State relay posts record time, wins title behind Ostrander

February 23, 2018

The distance medley relay at this year’s Mountain West Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico, must have felt like deja vu for Boise State runner Allie Ostrander of Kenai. Two years ago, she anchored the winning relay team that won a conference title with the fastest time in school history. It happened again. Except this time… Read more »

Jordan ranked nationally in mile for Boise State indoor track

January 18, 2018

Boise State sophomore Ty Jordan of Eagle River posted a personal record in the indoor mile on the final day of the Ed Jacoby Invitational in Nampa, Idaho. He finished fourth out of 17 men with a time of 4:10.34, beating fifth place by more than two full seconds. Jordan, of Chugiak High fame, now… Read more »