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Hanley running injured at NCAAs (Track)

You’ll have to excuse Ryan Hanley of Anchorage for feeling a little vulnerable these days. The sophomore runner at Colorado School of Mines is playing hurt, with a groin muscle injury limiting his ability to run like the wind at the NCAA D2 Championships this weekend. Hanley, of Dimond High fame, will gut it out… Read more »

Hanley indoor All-American again (Track)

For the third time in two seasons, Colorado School of Mines sophomore stud Ryan Hanley is an All-American in indoor track. The Anchorage runner turned the trick twice last weekend at the NCAA D2 Indoor Championships in Albuquerque, finishing second in the distance medley relay and seventh in the 800 meters. Hanley, of Dimond High… Read more »

Hanley PRs, Afoa 12th at Nationals (Track)

Colorado School of Mines runner Ryan Hanley of Anchorage missed a top-eight finish in the 800 meters by 0.12 seconds at the NCAA Division II Track and Field Championships in Charlotte, N.C. But the fabulous freshman did post a personal-best time of 1:50.92 to finish ninth in his first appearance at the outdoor championships. Hanley,… Read more »

Hanley earns NCAA D2 provisional (Running)

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,… Read more »

Hanley earns All-American status (Indoor Track)

The basketball team’s loss was the track team’s gain—and now Ryan Hanley in an All-American. Hanley, of Dimond High fame, is probably better known in Alaska as a hoops player than a runner, but he’s made his name at the Colorado School of Mines in indoor track. The versatile Alaskan earned All-American honors as part… Read more »

Alaskans head to NCAA D2 Nationals (Track)

Anchorage’s Ryan Hanley of Colorado School of Mines earned All-American honors in the distance medley relay at the indoor national championships earlier this season. Now he wants to do the same as an individual at the outdoor championships. Hanley, of Dimond High fame, is a men’s 800-meter qualifier for the NCAA Division II Track and… Read more »