Harris Places Sixth at NCAA Outdoor Championships
Belinsky Named America East Woman of the Year
The final meet of the 2019 collegiate season, the NCAA Outdoor Championships, begins this week. The University at Albany track & field program will send two student-athletes, Venique Harris and Devon Willis, to compete in the meet at the University of Texas at Austin.
The University at Albany track & field program earned two regional awards for the 2019 outdoor season, the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association announced Friday. Director of Track & Field and Cross Country Roberto Vives was named Women's Head Coach of the Year for the Northeast Region and Venique Harris was named Women's Field Athlete of the Year.
The America East conference has announced three finalists each for the 2018-19 Man and Woman of the Year. Two of the finalists hail from the University at Albany: Kyle Gronostaj and Tara Belinksy from the track & field program.
Devon Willis advances to NCAA Outdoor Championships in the men's triple jump on the final day of East Preliminary Championships.
East Prelims: Venique Harris Qualifies For Nationals on Day Two
UAlbany kicks off NCAA East Preliminary Championships with its busiest day, seeing seven Great Danes competing.
The University at Albany track & field team saw six student-athlete earn All-Academic honors for the 2019 outdoor season, the America East announced Thursday. Graduate students Tara Belinsky and Kyle Gronostaj, seniors Walter Briggs, Anika Hibbard, and Cara Sherman, and junior Tori Reid were the Great Danes honored.
Championship season continues for the University at Albany track & field program with NCAA East Preliminary Championships this week. UAlbany will bring a program-record 15 student-athletes to compete in the meet for an opportunity to advance to NCAA Outdoor Championships in two weeks.
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