Abbe Goldstein
Abbe Goldstein
Year: Junior
Hometown: Ambler, Pa.
High School: Germantown Academy
Position: Distance
Major: Sociology
House Affiliation: Dunster

Career Bests:
800m - 2:13.19
1500m - 4:22.78
Mile - 4:47.41
3000m - 9:33.51
5000m - 16:28.92

Finished 1st in the 5000m with 17:05.51 at the 2019 Harvard – Yale Match (Apr 13) … Set a new career best in 5000m with 16:28.92 at the Raleigh Relays (Mar 29-30) … Ran a career best mile with 4:47.41 at the Harvard Yale Princeton (H-Y-P) meet (Jan 26) … Set a new career best at the Ivy League Cross Country Championships in the 6K with a 21:03.4 (Oct 27)

(Indoor) … Second Team All-Ivy (DMR) with a time of 11:33.95 … Ran a career-best at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the 1500m with a 4:22.78 (May 24-26) … Finished the Boston University David Hemery Valentine Invitational with a career-high 9.33.51 in the 3000m (Feb. 9-10) … Hit a career-high in the Raleigh Relays with a 16:31.26 in the 5000m (Mar. 30-31) … Finished the 800m with a 2:13.19 at the 2018 Harvard –Yale Match (Apr. 14) … (XC) Ran a 4.49.96 at the HYP for a career-high in the mile (Jan. 18) ... Ran a 14:07.4 4K in her collegiate debut, finishing 6th… Placed first on the team and 17th overall in the Coast-to-Coast Battle of Beantown with a time of 17:36 (Sep. 22) … Came in first for the team with a 107th place finish at the Wisconsin Nuttycombe Invitational with a time of 21:22.3 (Oct. 13) … Finished first on the team in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships with a time of 21:52.3 (Oct. 27) … Participated in the NCAA Northeast Regional Championships, crossing the line at 23:46.4 (Nov. 10).

Before Harvard
Mile - 4:48.03
3000m - 9:33.96
2 Mile - 10:20.55

"Abbe has already run times that would help contribute towards another Ivy League team title, but we are most excited about her personality. Abbe is a great kid and a great competitor; she's a smart racer and tough, and doesn't falter under pressure. Her impressive high school career included a victory in the elite Millrose Mile this past indoor season. We can't wait for her contributing to the team." – Coach Saretsky