Hanley earns NCAA D2 provisional (Running)

April 12, 2010
Ryan Hanley

Anchorage’s Ryan Hanley turned in a memorable result over the weekend at the University of Colorado Invitational in Boulder.

Running against predominately NCAA Division I runners, the freshman at D-II Colorado School of Mines finished sixth in the 800 meters with a provisional time of 1:51.89, the sixth fastest in Division II this season.

Hanley, of Dimond High fame, is coming off an All-American indoor track season.

Savannah Afoa

Another Alaskan at Colorado School of Mines, senior Savannah Afoa of Anchorage, fouled out in the discus.

Afoa, also of Dimond High fame, is an All-American discus thrower who owns the school record of more than 152 feet. She also recently wrapped up a successful basketball career.

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