With some of the Harvard outdoor track and field team members competing at the UVA Challenge, the meet was postponed due to weather with events rescheduled for tomorrow (April 20). The meet finished seven track and seven field events prior to the announcement.
The men’s and women’s outdoor track teams traveled to archrival Yale for its annual dual meet, with the men winning 95-68 and the women, 105-57. The meet serves as the trials for Harvard/Yale at Oxford/Cambridge, set for June 29 in Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Harvard outdoor track and field is set to travel down to New Haven, Connecticut for the historic Harvard-Yale meet on Saturday, April 13, beginning at 12 p.m. The meet is set to be the trials for Harvard/Yale vs. Oxford/Cambridge this summer in the United Kingdom.
Harvard outdoor track and field splits for the weekend, attending the Texas Relays on March 28-30, Raleigh Relays on March 29-30 and the UMass Lowell Invitational on March 30. The Texas Relays will be shown on the Longhorn Network.
Harvard track and field opened its 2019 campaign in Houston for the Victor Lopez Invitational, competing on March 22-23. Harvard had 10 top-three finishes on the day, including a notable 1-2-3 sweep of the women’s 100m dash.
The Harvard track and field team heads to Houston for its first meet of the 2019 outdoor season, the Victor Lopez Invitational, on Friday, March 22-23, at Rice University. The meet will begin at 9:10 p.m. EST on Friday and at 12 p.m. EST on Saturday.
Junior triple jumper Simi Fajemisin placed 14th in the triple jump at the 2019 Indoor Track and Field Championships, Saturday at the Birmingham CrossPlex. With the mark, she earned second-team All-America honors at the meet.
Junior triple jumper Simi Fajemisin will be Harvard indoor track and field’s lone competitor at the 2019 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships in Birmingham, Alabama. The meet begins on Friday, March 8th and the triple jump will be Saturday, March 9 at 3:30 p.m.
Simi Fajemisin headlines the USTFCCCA Regional Awards for Harvard indoor track and field as it totals four recipients. Also earning awards were The William W. “Bill” McCurdy Director of Track and Field/Cross Country Jason Saretsky as the Women’s Coach of the Year, Associate Head Coach Kebba Tolbert as the Women’s Assistant Coach of the Year and Associate Head Coach Marc Mangiacotti as the Men’s Assistant Coach of the Year.
The Harvard indoor track and field teams put together a strong performance in the 2019 Ivy League Indoor Track and Field Championships, winning nine individual event titles and a relay victory in the men’s 4x400m relay. The women’s team ultimately finished in second with 102 points, while the men’s team finished in third with 103.
With one shoe for most of the 3000m final, Kieran Tuntivate won Harvard indoor track’s first individual Heps championship at the 2019 Ivy League Heptagonal Championship at the Gordon Indoor Track on Saturday. After the first day, Harvard is leading on the men’s side with 26 points while the women are in second with two points.
Harvard indoor track and field is finishing up its final preparations before the Ancient Eight converges in Cambridge for the 2019 Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships on Saturday, Feb. 23 and Sunday, Feb. 24, live on ESPN+.
Sophomore Erick Duffy moved up the record books on the first day at the Texas Tech Shootout, reaching 5.28m (17-3.75), claiming the second-best vault in Harvard indoor track and field history. The mark is a new PR for Duffy in either the indoor and outdoor season and breaks his previous PR from the Outdoor Ivy League Heptagonal Championships last spring, where he jumped 5.26m. Duffy would place fifth in the event.
Harvard indoor track and field is on the road for its final two meets before the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships, traveling to BU’s Valentine Invite and the Texas Tech Shootout in Lubbock, Texas. Both the Valentine Invite and Texas Tech Shootout will begin on Friday, Feb. 8 and conclude the following day.
Women’s indoor track and field comes in at No. 1 in the Northeast Regional Ranking, as announced by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. Harvard is in first, scoring 265.86 points.
On a day where Harvard indoor track and field honored its senior class, the women’s team finished in second while the men’s team finished in third at the Crimson Elite and Pentathlon on Friday at the Gordon Indoor Track.
Harvard indoor track and field will compete in two meets this weekend, first at home in the Gordon Indoor Track at the Crimson Elite and Pentathlon on Friday, Feb. 1 and then at BU in the Scarlet and White on Saturday, Feb. 2.
Harvard indoor track and field heads south this weekend for the historic Harvard-Yale-Princeton (H-Y-P) meet in Princeton, N.J. on Saturday, Jan. 26. The meet will begin in Jadwin Gymnasium at 12 p.m. with the weight throw, while the track events will begin at 2 p.m.
Harvard indoor track and field split up on Saturday, Jan. 19 with part of the team at the Clemson Invite and the rest at the BU Multi Team Meet. 31 student-athletes competed at the Clemson Invite while 15 competed at the BU Multi Team Meet.
Harvard indoor track and field will split up for two meets this upcoming weekend. Part of the team will head to Clemson, South Carolina for the Clemson Invite from Jan. 18-19 while others will head to the BU Multi Team Meet on Saturday, Jan. 19.
Both the men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams competed at the Beantown Challenge on Saturday, Jan. 12 where the women finished in second place with 102 points while the men finished in third with 60.