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Articles with Furman University
Cameron Ponder becomes 12th North Carolinian to break 4:00.
We talked with Robert Gary, Furman coach, in 2013 as part of our 2013 college series.
Throwback to Cameron Ponder's NC#2 All-Time 4:04 Mile at Music City Distance Carnival
Rita Gary discusses where NCAA cross country and track and field head after we tackle COVID-19
There should be personal records falling right now.
In a normal year, today would mark the beginning of the South Carolina High School Track and Field Championship weeks.
Where are they now feature on Foot Locker XC All American Josh Brickell.
Distance star Jonna Strange of North Iredell committed to Furman University!
Copley senior, Chase Harbaugh collected a trio of distance event wins at the Suburban League Meet, hosted by Stow-Munroe Falls.
The squad from Hudson, shown here during indoor competition, recorded an OH #1 / US #16 time of 7:58.41 on their way to winning the 4x800 at the Medina Relays.
Hudson's Adam Beucler leads the 3200 rankings due to his 9:27.44 effort at SPIRE.
Jahniya Bowers, shown competing at SPIRE, claimed a pair of victories at the Kent State University High School Meet #2.
Read about how Ellie Tighe and her Hilliard Davidson teammates performed at one of the country's most prestigious meets, the VA Showcase.
Here are the alumni rankings per event for the current indoor season.
View coverage from Friday's SPIRE Scholastic Meet #1.
Hudson's Adam Beucler dropped an Ohio #1 time of 9:27.44 on his way to winning the 3200m contest.
See all of our preview articles and top returners lists over the past month in one central location.
View Ohio's top 250 returners in the 800m, 1600m and 3200m events for the 2019 indoor season.
View the top 100 all-time performances by junior boys at the Ohio State Cross Country Championship.
Furman University's Leah Roter recorded a 5K time of 18:55.00 at this past weekend's Royals XC Challenge in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Westley has won two NJ Outdoor Meet of Champions titles in the 3,200
Three Florida athletes competed during the morning session on day one of the IAAF U20 Championships in Tampere, Finland and all three advanced to the next round.
In her first year in the steeplechase, former Fort Myers standout and current Furman freshman Krissy Gear has made the NCAA Championship and now a national team.
Senior Allie Buchalski finished as the national runner-up, the highest finish by any Furman track and field athlete at the national championship meet, and sophomore Savannah Carnahan also garnered an All-America citation in the 5,000m Saturday in the final day of the 2018 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore. (via Furman)
Cameron Ponder clocked a US#1 Mile of 4:04.24 at the Music City Distance Carnival!
Cameron Ponder earned his second North Carolina Indoor State Record of the season running 4:11.57 in the Mile at Camel City Elite
The words team player and Krissy Gear seem synonymous. Ally Woodard catches up with the former Fort Myers standout.
Wynn Johnson talks about the sport and college decision.
View the top returning DII / DIII girls in each event for the 2018 Ohio indoor track and field season.
We caught up with Gear to talk about her NCAA experience.
Several athletes from Ohio posted top 50 results at this past weekend's Foot Locker Midwest Regional.
Top athletes from Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Michigan will compete at the Mid-East XC Championship.
Beachwood High School's Leah Roter will compete for the Furman University Paladins next year!
The collegiate field is loaded with talent!
1,500-meter races June 3 at 8 p.m. on Furman campus at Irwin Belk Track Complex in Greenville.
Fort Myers senior Krissy Gear didn't rush the recruiting process opting to sign this Wednesday instead of the November early signing period. Gear, a three-time state champion, winning the 1,600 m in 2015, and the 1,600m and 3,200 in 2016, decided to continue her running career at Furman University. We talked to her about the recruiting process, what sold her on becoming a Paladin, and her plans for 2017.
Academic Magnet coach Brian Johnson, 41, is undergoing treatment for acute myeloid leukemia, he said on social media earlier today.
scrunners.com will have onsite coverage Saturday.
1500s are this Saturday night.
Mann alumna Laura Miller (Furman, junior) talks with scrunners about her indoor season and going forward.
Stephanie Garcia had a huge 2015 season, culminating in a ninth-place finish in the 3000 steeplechase at the IAAF World Championships.
Riverwood International Charter School congratulates Raider runner Anna Hayden for receiving a scholarship to run for Furman University. Anna was recruited to run both cross-country and track.
Savannah Carnahan from South Forsyth HS signed her NLI with the Furman Paladins joining a very talented group of GA signees.
Check out these rankings from FloTrack.
It is safe to say that Lindsay Graham (Sr., Glen Ellyn Glenbard West) was the top overall distance runner in 2013-14 (3A classification) and one of the best distance girls runners in the United States.
scrunners onsite at Furman meet Saturday morning.
Milton High School senior cross country & track & field athlete Riley Burr has verbally committed to attend Furman University in the fall.
ASICS has officially made its mark on the east coast and in the middle distance community as the running shoe company has signed a one-year deal with Furman Elite.
Furman's Troy Reeder has been named the Southern Conference Men's Indoor Track Athlete of the Week, while the Paladins' Sinead Haughey has been named the Women's Indoor Track Athlete of the Week.
The Flotrack crew caught up with several coaches over coffee and Clif bars Friday before the NCAA championships in Terre Haute including Robert Gary of Furman.
Furman senior Tripp Hurt talks about the Furman team and goals for this coming weekend and the road to nationals.
The Furman men's cross country team placed second at the 2014 NCAA Southeast Regional Championships Fridayat E.P. 'Tom' Sawyer State Park in Louisville, Ky., becoming the first cross country program to qualify for the NCAA championships in the modern, competitive era.
James and Gordon give the rundown of who is heading to Terre Haute if the season ended today. (via FloTrack)
The Furman men's and women's cross country teams swept the team titles for the second consecutive year at the 2014 Southern Conference Championships.
The Furman men's and women's cross country teams will defend their league championships Friday at the 2014 Southern Conference Championship Meet at Ivey M. Redmon Sports Complex in Kernersville, N.C. (via furmanpaladins.com)
GREENVILLE -- Following a strong fourth-place performance at the Pre-Nationals Invitational on Saturday, the Furman men's cross country team moved up one place to rank 24th nationally by Flotrack and gained one spot to move into second place in the Southeast Region, the Paladins' highest regional ranking in the history of the program. (via furmanpaladins.com)
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- The 26th-ranked Furman men's cross country team placed fourth and the Paladin women finished 24th at the Indiana State Pre-National Invitational Saturday in Terre Haute, Ind. (via furmanpaladins.com)
The Furman men's cross country team is ranked 25th nationally this week by Flotrack and moved up to third in the Southeast Region. (via furmanpaladins.com)
GREENVILLE -- The Furman men's and women's cross country teams will open the 2014 season Saturday at the Clemson Cross Country Invitational at Musser Farms in Seneca.
GREENVILLE – The Furman men's and women's cross country teams have been tabbed as the Southern Conference preseason favorites in preseason balloting conducted by the league's 10 head coaches. The Paladins are the reigning Southern Conference Champions on both sides having swept the two events in 2013.
Over the last two weeks, 32 athletes have been competing in head-to-head competition for the honor of having the coolest name in elite running. And the winner is...Tripp Hurt. Tripp Hurt defeated Gretchen Speed 2,654 to 1,471.
A Furman University steeplechaser is in the final two in a contest to see who has the best name in running.
Sponsored content. More info. on Furman's running camps inside article, including videos with Furman Elite athletes.
The South Carolina Open & Masters Track Classic will be held on Saturday, May 31, at the Irwin Belk Track Complex for Track & Field and Kelsey-West Track on the campus of Furman University. (via furmanpaladins.com)
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Furman distance athletes Tanner Hinkle and Sinead Haughey competed in the 10,000m at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field East Regional Thursday in Jacksonville, Fla. (via furmanpaladins.com)
Furman’s Sinead Haughey has overcome a severe case of anemia this year to qualify for the NCAA East Regional in the women’s 10,000m run.
GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Furman distance athletes Tripp Hurt, Tanner Hinkle, and Sinead Haughey have qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field East Regional, which will be held May 29-31, in Jacksonville, Fla. (via furmanpaladins.com)
Video from Saturday night race by Ken Osburn for scrunners.com
GREENVILLE -- A record six athletes posted a sub-4 time in the Blue Shoes Elite Mile. (via furmanpaladins.com)
Race is Saturday night. scrunners will be onsite with photo and video of elite mile.
scrunners sat down with Furman's Grace Tinkey recently and discussed a variety of topics.
scrunners sat down with Furman's Allie Buchalski recently and discussed a variety of topics.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Junior Tripp Hurt won the 5,000 with a time of 14:30.76 to lead the Furman indoor track and field teams in the final day of competition at the Southern Conference Championship.
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO -- Furman freshman Grace Tinkey placed fifth as a member of the Team USA junior national cross country team at the 2014 North America, Central America, and Caribbean (NACAC) Cross Country Championships Saturday.
Our series continues with former Furman coach Bill Keesling. Next in the series is Jim Settle.
BOULDER, Colo. -- Freshmen Allie Buchalski and Grace Tinkey each earned All-American honors Saturday at the USA Junior Cross Country Championships at the Flatirons Golf Course in Boulder, Colo. Buchalski placed second on the 6K course, while Tinkey claimed fourth place. (via furmanpaladins.com)
Furman freshman Laura Miller talks about the experience of college and athletics.
A fun Q&A with Connor Sorrells. (via runfurman.com)
Furman freshman Allie Buchalski placed 18th with a time of 15:15 as a member of the Team USA junior national cross country team at the Bupa Great Edinburgh Cross Country International Challenge Saturday in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Furman freshman Allie Buchalski is one of six athletes chosen to represent Team USA as a member of the junior national cross country team at the Bupa Great Edinburgh Cross Country International Challenge, to be held Jan. 11 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Video produced by Sinead Haughey
EARLYSVILLE, Va. -- Freshman Allie Buchalski placed 10th with a time of 20:43.4 and fellow rookie Grace Tinkey finished 16th after posting a time of 20:58.9 in the women's 6K to pace the Furman cross country teams at the 2013 NCAA Southeast Regional Championships Friday at Panorama Farms in Earlysville, Va. (via furmanpaladins.com)
GREENVILLE -- The Furman men's and women's cross country teams will compete at the Southern Conference Championship Meet on Saturday at Veteran's Park in Birmingham, Ala. The meet will mark the 84th Annual Southern Conference Cross Country Championship for the men and the 29th for the women. Admission is free to the public. (via furmanpaladins.com)
GREENVILLE -- Furman's Allie Buchalski has been named the Southern Conference Women's Runner of the Week after her performance during the weekend of October 18-19, as announced by the league office today.
BOONE, N.C. -- Furman took the top three individual spots, as the Paladin women's cross country team won the Blue Ridge Open Friday afternoon in Boone, N.C. The Paladins scored 45 points for the win, defeating host Appalachian State, who took second place with a score of 64 points.
A look inside the first year of Furman Elite leading up to the 2013 U.S. Championships. Furman Elite is post-collegiate track club focused on qualifying its athletes to the Rio Olympics in 2016.
GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Both Furman cross country teams remain ranked among the top 10 in the Southeast Region, according to the Week 4 regional rankings released Monday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). (via furmanpaladins.com)
GREENVILLE, S.C. -- For the first time in history, both Furman cross country teams are ranked among the top 10 in the Southeast Region, according to this week's regional rankings released Monday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). (via www.furmanpaladins.com)
Daniel alumna Sinead Haughey talks with RunFurman.
scrunners.com sat down with college coaches throughout the state to discuss a variety of topics. More video interviews coming the rest of summer and in the fall.
Sophomore Sinead Haughey earned All-Southern Conference honors after winning the 10,000m with a track-record time of 35:40.25 to lead the Furman track and field teams Saturday in the first day of the 2013 Southern Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Statesboro, Ga.
Spartanburg alumnus and now coach at Spartanburg Christian Steve Conway talks about the past and present with cross country and track and field.
Mauldin alumna Megan Fischer Weis talks about running and her present part of life.
Mann distance star Laura Miller talks about her recent college decision.
Building a championship caliber cross country program at Clemson has been a process. Last year, the Clemson women enjoyed their finest fall season in nearly 20 years. (via ClemsonTigers.com)
Furman University director of athletics Dr. Gary Clark announced today the hiring of Robert Gary as the school’s head track and field/cross country coach. Gary’s wife, the former Rita Arndt of Saline, Mich., will serve as the Paladins’ assistant track and field/cross country coach. (via Furman)
Spring Valley distance runner William Ivey talks about signing with Furman University and the future of the sports in the state.
CENTRAL -- Daniel distance runner Sinead Haughey has signed to continue her running career at Furman University in front of teammates, family, coaches and supporters in the school's media center.
Update on College Signings. There are more to post which I will do shortly
Two former Kentucky greats lead the field at the Furman Blue Shoes Elite Mile Saturday.
The Furman outdoor track and field teams had four first place finishes Saturday in the final day of the Emory Invitational, as the Paladin women's team placed fifth overall with 59 points, and the men's team finished eighth with 37 points.
The Furman men's and women's outdoor track and field teams opened the 2010 season Friday afternoon at the Emory Invitational in Atlanta, Ga.
Former Furman cross country and track standout Patrick Morgan will be one of the featured runners in the 5th Annual Blue Shoes Elite Mile. With a recent clocking of 4:01 in the Indoor Mile, Patrick will look to break four minutes for the first time on his alma mater's track.
Sophomore Chloe Kowalski won the women's 5000m with a time of 17:39.20 to lead the Furman indoor track and field teams Friday in the final day of competition at the Southern Conference Championship Meet in Clemson, S.C.
Junior Monique Ositelu won her heat and placed fifth overall to qualify for tomorrow's 800m finals and lead the Furman indoor track and field teams in the first day of competition at the Southern Conference Championship Meet, being held Thursday and Friday in Clemson, S.C.
Furman indoor track athlete Lee Gilmer has been tabbed the Southern Conference Student-Athlete of the Week for February 24. The sophomore from Mobile, Ala., is a double-major in philosophy and history and has a 3.87 GPA.
The Furman indoor track and field teams will compete at the 2010 Southern Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships on Thursday and Friday at the Indoor Track Complex on the campus of Clemson University, in Clemson, S.C.
Monique Ositelu, Chloe Kowalski, and Lee Gilmer all recorded first-place finishes to lead the Furman indoor track and field team at the Tiger Tune Up Meet Saturday in Clemson, S.C.
Sophomore Lee Gilmer placed sixth and junior Charlie McGoogan finished tenth in the 3000m to lead the Furman indoor track and field teams Saturday in the final day of the Tiger Paw Invitational in Clemson, S.C.
Sophomore Lee Gilmer placed third with a time of 4:16.39 in the mile run to lead the Furman indoor track and field teams Friday in the first day of the Tiger Paw Invitational in Clemson, S.C.
The Furman indoor track and field teams will compete at the Clemson Games in Clemson, S.C. this weekend. Action begins Friday afternoon and continues throughout the evening. The meet will conclude on Saturday, with events scheduled all day.
Furman sophomore Lee Gilmer won the one mile run with a time of 4:24.48 to lead the Paladin women's and men's indoor track and field teams Saturday at the Niswonger Foundation Track and Field Invitational, which was held at East Tennessee State this weekend on the David E. Walker Track.
The Furman women's and men's indoor track and field teams opened the 2010 season Friday at the Niswonger Foundation Track and Field Invitational, which is being held at East Tennessee State this weekend on the David E. Walker Track.
Both the Furman women's and men's cross country teams placed 23rd Saturday at the NCAA Southeast Regional Championships in Louisville, Ky. Sophomore Chloe Kowalski placed 42nd to lead the women's team, posting a time of 21:44.42 on the 6K course, while junior Charles McGoogan took 49th place in the men's 10K race, completing the course in 31:51.76.
The Furman men's and women's cross country teams will compete at the NCAA Southeast Region Championship Meet on Saturday in Louisville, Ky. The championships will begin with the men's 10,000-meter run at 10 a.m., followed by the women's 6,000-meter event at 11:15 a.m. at E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park.
ophomore Chloe Kowalski placed second in the individual race to lead the Furman women's cross country team to a fourth place finish at the 2009 Southern Conference Cross Country Championship Meet on Saturday morning in Elon, N.C. The Paladin men's team finished sixth with 146 points behind a ninth-place finish by junior Charlie McGoogan.
The Furman men's and women's cross country teams will compete at the Southern Conference Championship Meet on Saturday in Elon, N.C. This will be the 80th Annual Southern Conference Cross Country Championship for the men, and the 25th for the women. Admission is free to the public.
The Furman men's and women's cross country teams won the Winthrop Fall Classic meet Saturday in Rock Hill, S.C. Junior Charles McGoogan won the men's 6K meet with a time of 18:27.11 to lead the Paladins to first place out of nine teams with 35 points.
Former Nike employee Mike Caldwell spoke in Greenville Monday evening. Caldwell is helping at Furman University with cross country and track and field.
Speaker for the 2009 Furman Blue Shoes Dinner on April 10 Bill Rodgers will kick off the Blue Shoes Weekend, presented by the Greenville Track Club, at 5 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency downtown, according to the official Web site.
scrunners.com onsite Friday and Saturday, Northwestern graduate Brandon Hudgins (Winthrop) part of elite mile field aiming to run first sub-4 minute mile in South Carolina.
scrunners.com sat down with Ed Boehmke (Eastside coach, Furman graduate), Bill Keesling (former Furman coach), Michael McCauley (Fleet Feet Sports, Greenville co-owner), and Mickey McCauley (Blue Shoes elite mile coordinator, FIRST, Furman Fitness Center) to talk about the upcoming Track Extravaganza at Furman University on April 7.
Agent Ray Flynn commits Alan Webb to elite mile during \"Track Extravaganza\"