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Reinhardt, Sturdivant To Compete At Junior Nationals
Track & Field - M 06/22/2017

The University at Albany track & field program will send two representatives to compete in the 2017 USATF Junior National Championships in Sacramento, Calif. The women's team will send rising sophomore Hannah Reinhardt to compete in the 5,000m, and the men will sent rising sophomore Omahri Sturdivant to compete in the triple jump.

Mitchell Places 14th At Outdoor Championships
Track & Field - M 06/08/2017

Competing on Day One of the 2017 NCAA Outdoor Championships at Hayward Field at the University of Oregon, University at Albany freshman Adrian Mitchell placed 14th in the men's javelin throw among the final field of 24 competitors. Mitchell earned All-America Second Team honors with his finish in the top 16 competitors in the field.

Mitchell Departs For NCAA Outdoor Championships
Track & Field - M 06/05/2017

After earning his place in the championship field, University at Albany freshman Adrian Mitchell will finally make the trip to Eugene, Oregon to compete in the men's javelin at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Mitchell is the only Great Dane to qualify for the meet this season.

Williams Named Northeast Assistant Coach Of The Year
Track & Field - M 06/05/2017

University at Albany assistant track & field coach Deshaya Williams has been named Northeast Men's Assistant Coach of the Year, the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association announced Sunday.

UAlbany Earns Fifth Straight America East Commissioner's Cup
Athletics 06/02/2017

Winning nine of 17 America East Tournament titles, the University at Albany has earned the Stuart P. Haskell Jr. Commissioner's Cup for the fifth consecutive athletic season and the sixth time in history.

Track & Field Wraps East Prelims
Track & Field - M 05/27/2017

A lightning delay held up the start of the third and final day of the NCAA East Preliminary Championships, meaning the final three student-athletes for the University at Albany had to wait before they were able to compete.

Two In Action On East Prelims Day Two
Track & Field - W 05/26/2017

Yesterday, the University at Albany track & field program saw one of its student-athletes in freshman Adrian Mitchell qualify for NCAA Outdoor Championships in the men's javelin. Today, two more of the eight Great Danes who made the trip competed.

Mitchell Qualifies For Outdoor Championships
Track & Field - M 05/25/2017

For the second consecutive year, the University at Albany track & field program will be represented at NCAA Outdoor Championships.

Track & Field Visits Kentucky For East Prelims
Track & Field - M 05/23/2017

Eight student-athletes on the University at Albany track & field program remain active this late into a championship season that began on the first weekend in May. These eight have qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary Championships, which will take place at the University of Kentucky after spending the last few years at the University of North Florida.

Women Seventh, Men 10th In Week #7 Poll
Track & Field - M 05/15/2017

The University at Albany track & field program was ranked once again in the Northeast regional poll, the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association announced Monday. The women fell one spot from last week to seventh, and the men held steady at 10th.

UAlbany - 100 Division I Conference Championships
Athletics 05/14/2017

With the softball team winning the America East championship today, the University at Albany has earned 100 conference titles since joining the Division I ranks in 1999.

Men Fifth, Women 10th At IC4A, ECAC Championships
Track & Field - M 05/14/2017

The University at Albany track & field program visited Princeton University for IC4A and ECAC Outdoor Championships over the weekend. For the first time, the final day of the meets did not conflict with commencement, meaning the seniors on the roster would not have to choose between competing in finals and attending graduation. Inclement weather forced a significant change in the meet schedule, but despite the alteration the men and women each earned top-10 team finishes.