Ten Furman athletes in a cumulative 14 events, the most in program history, will compete this week at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships East Preliminaries, which will be hosted by the University of North Florida and the Jacksonville Sports Council in Jacksonville, Fla. The meet begins on Thursday and will conclude on Saturday.
Ten Furman athletes in a cumulative 14 events, the most in program history, have qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships East Preliminaries, which will be hosted by the University of North Florida and the Jacksonville Sports Council, May 23-25, in Jacksonville, Fla.
Senior Ryan Adams won the men’s 1,500m, and junior Luke Meade took the title in the men’s 5,000m to lead the Furman track and field teams Monday at the Swarthmore Last Chance Meet at the Walter T. Skallerup, Jr. Track on the campus of Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, Pa.
Three Furman teams, men’s basketball, men's soccer and men's track, earned a Public Recognition Award for posting multi-year scores in the top 10 percent in the nation in the Academic Progress Rate (APR), it was announced by the NCAA on Wednesday.
Furman cross country/track and field All-Americans Aaron Templeton and Allie Buchalski were recognized as 2018-19 Furman Male Athlete of the Year and Edna Hartness Female Athlete of the Year, respectively, at Furman’s “ESPY” style awards banquet Tuesday evening at Timmons Arena.
Senior Ryan Adams won both the men’s 800m and 1,500m, and Furman claimed a total of six event titles Sunday in the final day of the 2019 Southern Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Birmingham, Ala.
Furman junior Grace Dwyer and senior Frank Lara won the women’s and men’s 10,000m titles, respectively, to lead Furman Saturday in the opening day of the 2019 Southern Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Birmingham, Ala.
The Furman outdoor track and field teams will compete at the 2019 Southern Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships this Saturday and Sunday at the Samford Track and Soccer Stadium in Birmingham, Ala. The two-day meet will be the 95th annual Outdoor Track & Field Championship for the men and the 33rd for the women.
Van Wagner Sports and Entertainment (Van Wagner) and Furman University Athletics announced a multi-year agreement granting Van Wagner Collegiate Services exclusive rights to represent Furman Athletics in corporate sponsorships and media sales negotiations.
Furman cross country/track and field alum Tripp Hurt won the men’s USATF One Mile Road Championship Tuesday with a time of 4:03.9. The race was held in conjunction with the annual Grand Blue Mile Street Run in Des Moines, Iowa.
Sophomore Emma Kuntz established a new program record in the women’s 800m, while senior Aaron Templeton obliterated the men’s 5,000m record to lead the Furman track and field teams Friday at the Cardinal Classic in Stanford, Calif.
The Furman track and field teams will compete Friday and Saturday at the Fourth Annual Cardinal Classic in Stanford, Calif., and also at the USC Outdoor Open, which will be hosted by South Carolina on Saturday.
Furman cross country/track and field head coach Robert Gary has been named the Team USA men’s head coach for the upcoming 2019 IAAF World Championship, which will be held Sept. 27-Oct. 6 in Doha, Qatar.
The Furman women’s 4x800m relay team of sophomores Krissy Gear and Emma Kuntz plus juniors Riley Burr and Emma Grace Hurley set a new Paladin record Saturday at the Tennessee Relays in Knoxville, Tenn.
Gabbi Jennings and Luke Meade won the women’s and men’s 5,000m, respectively, to lead the Furman track and field teams Friday at the 52nd Annual Tennessee Relays in Knoxville, Tenn. All told, the Paladins notched 12 top-15 finishes during Friday’s competition.
Furman’s Aaron Templeton has been named the Southern Conference men’s outdoor track of the week, while Furman’s Gabbi Jennings claimed the women’s award, the conference office announced Wednesday. Selections were made by panels of the league’s track and field coaches.
The Furman outdoor track and field team competed at both the Raleigh Relays in Raleigh, N.C., and the Terrier Relays in Spartanburg, S.C., on Saturday, with seven individuals recording top-25 finishes.
Furman’s men’s programs continue to lead the Southern Conference all-sport race after the completion of the league’s winter championship seasons, while the Paladin women sit in second place in the Germann Cup standings.
Junior Savannah Carnahan and senior Aaron Templeton shattered the Paladin records in the 10,000m to lead the Furman track and field teams in the 2019 outdoor season opener Friday at the Raleigh Relays in Raleigh, N.C.
The Furman track and field teams will open the 2019 outdoor season Friday at the Raleigh Relays on the campus of N.C. State in Raleigh, N.C. and will also compete at the Terrier Relays, which will be hosted by Wofford at Spartanburg High on Saturday.
Furman’s Savannah Carnahan has been named the General Shale Southern Conference Student-Athlete of the Week for all competition from Feb. 20 – 26. This is her fourth selection of the year and the sixth of her career.