Will Baginsky has come a long way from a painful injury which wiped out most of his outdoor track season last spring. The Ridgewood senior showed just how far he has progressed on Saturday at the NJSIAA boys indoor track Meet of Champions, when he won his first state title by claiming the 1,600 meters in NJ#1 time of 4:12.90, the fifth fastest time in the country this winter, at the Bennett Center in Toms River. Baginsky, sixth in this race last season in 4:17.38, missed all but a month of the 2018 outdoor season after he suffered a painful stress fracture in his sacrum, which is a triangular bone at the base of the spine. Thats the kind of race I knew I could have but Ive never run that fast before, Baginsky said of his 4:12 effort.
Kaelyn Woods finished 13th in the women's 15K classical technique race at the Bates Carnival on Feb. 23, 2019. RUMFORD, Maine -- Junior Kaelyn Woods led the way again for the Bates Nordic ski teams Saturday at the Bates Carnival and NCAA East Regional Championships, placing 13th out of 62 competitors in the women's 15-kilometer classical technique race at Black Mountain. In the men's 20K classic, first-year Henry Raff (Hailey, Idaho) led the way for the Bobcats by taking 35th place among 65 competitors, with a time of 56:43.5. It's the end of the EISA carnival season for the Bobcats, but Woods is expected to receive an invitation to compete in the NCAA National Collegiate Ski Championships for a second straight year.
Wagner settled for seventh (1:52.99) while Ferri did not finish his second attempt as Dartmouth piled up 135 points to Vermont's 95.In the women's 15K classic at Black Mountain, Ogden pulled away from the field early and never looked back. From there, Ogden cruised to the finish line in 42:48.7 to win her seventh straight individual classical race dating back to her freshman season.Meanwhile, juniorwas hanging right with Sutro, then passed her up on the final loop. Bizyukova, Margie Freed and Sutro were the next three to cross the tape, giving Vermont 124 points, and seniortook sixth for the Big Green in 44:46.8, more than a minute ahead of the rest of the field. That left Dartmouth with 134 points to beat out the Catamounts for the team victory in the race.Senior Callan Deline led the way for the Big Green men in the 20K classic, and although he was only 21st after the first 5K loop, he was a mere 16 seconds behind the leader at the checkpoint.
Kutz placed fifth in the individual final which was won by West Virginia's Ginny Thrasher. "She hung tough throughout the initial series and edged out a couple of really good, international-level shooters. "The Black Knights will now move on to preparation for the NCAA Championships in Morgantown, W.V., on March 8 and 9. That's going to take some technical work on positions, but also preparing to shoot in a new, unique venue like the WVU Coliseum.
The Bulldogs passed Providence in the team standings at the 2019 BIG EAST Swimming and Diving Championships presented by Jeep. Van Gheem was also part of the 400 Medley Relay team that placed fifth overall with a time of 3:51.91.andjoined her in the pool to post the second fastest time in BU history.Spotts was excellent for BU in the 100 Breaststroke. Teammateplaced second in the B Final of the 100 Breast (1:05.52) andended in eighth (1:07.87).In the 100 Back, Horton placed sixth in the B Final with a time of 58.06 and Hanson placed seventh at 59.06.The final day of the championships include the 200 backstroke, 100 freestyle, 200 breaststroke, 200 butterfly and 400 freestyle relay. The first heats of the timed finals of the 1,650 freestyle will start at 3:30 p.m. Finals for the remaining events are set for 6 p.m. with the senior recognition ceremony scheduled for 5:35 p.m.Follow along all day with live results and coverage on the BIG EAST Digital Network which can be found by visiting the Championship Central page on the BIG EAST website.1.
Erik Del Cid led the Black Knights on floor exercise and was second in the meet. Del Cid posted a 13.300, while Graham Shaw (14.050) and Davis (14.000) also ranked above 14. High bar featured Casanova and Davis recording 13.400, 13.300 scores, respectively. The Army West Point gymnastics team's .967 hit percentage led the Black Knights to a 398.300 391.750 victory over William & Mary on Saturday.The Cadets hit 29 of their 30 routines today as five individual career-high marks were captured.
After six events the Montana State ski team sits in sixth place in the team standings at the 70Annual Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association/2019 NCAA West Regional Championships heading into the slalom events on Saturday afternoon.The Bobcat Nordic squad notched an impressive showing in the 15/20K classic races as three racers posted top 10 finishes. Anna Fake and Emma Tarbath placed sixth and eighth, respectively, whileguided the MSU men's contingent with a sixth place showing.Fake had her best race of the season clocking a time of 46:34.9, while Tarbath was close behind in 47:00. Godfrey registered a clocking of 52:56.7, just 11-seconds behind champion Kornelius Groev of New Mexico.Also contributing to the Bobcat attack on the women's side were Kathleen O'Connell, 14, 47:50.9, and Kelly Koch, 23, 50:55.3.Following Godfrey in the men's race was, 16, 55:22.5,, 17, 55:24.2, and, 33, 59:29.7.Montana State's alpine squad was paced in giant slalom by freshmen Aage Solheim, who finished sixth with a two-run clocking of 2:27.22. He was followed by, tenth, 2:27.33 and, 14, 2:28.13.did not complete his opening run.The Bobcat women had one racer, Mia Henry, competing due to injury and freshman Beatrix Lever participating in the world junior championships.Henry notched her best race of the season finishing seventh with a two-run total of 2:37.98, good for 25 points.Utah sits atop the team standings with 517 points.
Hall of Fame Class of 2019 was formally inducted on Friday evening at the Father Hubert "Hub" Flynn Hall of Fame Dinner held at War Memorial at the Sobrato Center.USF's Hall of Fame Class of 2019, the school's 45th group of inductees, includesUSF's Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2019, the 45th group of inductees, includes:'04 (volleyball),'78 (men's basketball),'05 (men's basketball),'08 (women's basketball),1976-80 (women's basketball), and'81 (men's soccer), as well as the 2009 women's cross country team.In addition, longtime public address announcer, Joe Hallisy was honored with the Don of the Year Award for his longtime and unwavering support of USF Athletics.With the inclusion of the new members, USF's Athletics Hall of Fame now includes 278 individuals and 23 teams.Former head coach Bob Gaillard presented Chubby Cox. My dad is my biggest support even though sometimes he pushes me a little too hard, we butted heads at times because we are spinning images of each other. Things that come rushing back were double days, timed miles, morning practices and so I still suffer from PTSD from those. We went undefeated before going into season play and we were just riding the wave, and to make the tournament first time in school history for volleyball was awesome.
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The Fighting Illini earned their first Big Ten victory of the season and the first of head coach Nancy Fahey 's tenure at Illinois on Sunday, January 6, defeating 12th-ranked Minnesota, 66-62. Graduate transfer Sarah Shewan is averaging 5.0 points per game off the bench, and joins freshmen J-Naya Ephraim and Mackenzie Blazek among Illinois rebounding leaders when coming off the pine. The Selection Committee for the Lisa Leslie Award is composed of top women's college basketball personnel including media members, head coaches, sports information directors and Hall of Famers. The Big Ten Tournament Championship Game will air on ESPN2 on Sunday, March 10 at 5 p.m. CT. All BTN basketball programming can be streamed via the web, smartphones, tablets and connected devices on BTN2Go and the Fox Sports app.