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Running Shorts

Rachel Schneider at the USATF Distance Classic May 16. Photo: USATF
  • Georgetown alumna Rachel Schneider’s 15:06.71 at the USATF Distance Classic May 16 at Occidental College put her under the 2020 Olympic qualifying time of 15:10.
  • ArlNow reported that the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments’ Transportation Planning Board approved $680,000 in assistance for 13 projects, including one to look into options to close a gap near the East Falls Church Metro station.
  • A variety of distance runners with local connections will compete in the NCAA Track and Field Championships, starting with the regional finals this weekend:

  • 800 meters
    Ashley Lewis – George Mason
    Reagan Bustamante – Vanderbilt (West Springfield)
    Sami Corman – Georgetown

Joseph White – Georgetown
Ruach Padhal – Georgetown
Blaine Lacey – George Mason
Drew Glick  – Pittsburgh (Woodrow Wilson)
Kenneth Rowe – Georgetown
Liam Purdy – American
Ian Delgado – Georgetown

  • 1500 meters
    Rachel McArthur – Villanova (Patriot)
    Rachel Pocratsky – Virginia Tech (Good Counsel)
    Alexandra Lucki – Maryland

Spencer Brown – Georgetown
Nicholas Wareham – Georgetown
Ryan McGorty – William & Mary (Chantilly)
Jack Salisbury – Georgetown

  • 3000 meter steeplechase
    Allie Klimkiewicz – Princeton (Oakton)
    Khalilah Hamer – George Mason
    Suzanne Dannheim – George Washington
    Meg Mathison – Georgetown
    Annabelle Eastman – George Mason

Fitsum Seyoum – Virginia Tech (Tuscarora)
Christian Liddell – Georgetown
Trent Lancaster – George Mason

  • 5,000 m
    Weini Kelati – New Mexico (Heritage)
    Josette Norris – Georgetown
    Caroline Alcorta – Villanova (West Springfield)
    Alexandra Lucki – Maryland
    Allie Klimkiewicz – Princeton (Oakton)
  • 10,000 meters
    Weini Kelati – New Mexico (Heritage)
    Caroline Alcorta – Villanova (West Springfield)
    Sara Freix – Virginia Tech (Westfield)
    Alex Corbett – Virginia (Lake Braddock)

 

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