Volleyball:  Aug 30  UAlbany 0, Loyola (Chicago) 3
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John DeLallo
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 145
Year: Senior
Hometown: Marietta, N.Y.
High School: West Genesee

DeLallo's TFRRS Profile

Personal Best Marks
800-meter: 1:52.36
1,000-meter: 2:24.63
1,500-meter: 3:47.82
Mile: 4:10.93
6K (XC): 20:16.2
8K (XC): 26:17.1


Cross Country
Season Bests
8K: 26:17.1

DeLallo opened the season with a career best for 8K, running 26:17.1 for 17th place at the America East Pre-Conference meet.


Season Bests
800-meters: 1:52.36
1,500-meters: 3:47.82

DeLallo competed almost exclusively in the 1,500 during the outdoor season, but also competed in the 800 in two early meets. In the first meet of the season he ran a new personal best for the 800, crossing the line in 1:53.23. Two meets later, he improved his personal best once again, this time running 1:52.36, winning the event at the Upstate Track & Field Classic. DeLallo performed admirably in the America East Outdoor Championships, qualifying fifth for finals in the 1,500 and finishing in fifth place overall. He also was a member of the winning 4x8 relay team. A week later, at IC4A’s, DeLallo competed in the 1,500 once again, qualifying for finals in third and finishing in 11th place overall. His fastest time of the year in the 1,500 came at Princeton’s Larry Ellis Invitational, where he finished seventh. DeLallo additionally was a member of UAlbany’s 4x8 relay team that competed at Penn Relays.

Season Bests
1,000-meters: 2:24.63
Mile: 4:10.93

DeLallo kicked off a very successful indoor campaign with consecutive second place finishes in the mile at the Penn State Nittany Lion Challenge and the UAlbany Great Dane Classic, the latter at which he ran his best mile time of his career. He added a fourth place finish in the mile at the America East Indoor Championships, where he also finished first overall in the 1,000. After competing on the UAlbany 4x8 relay team at the Millrose Games, DeLallo ended his indoor season on a high note, finishing second overall in the 1,000 at IC4A’s, setting a new personal best.

Cross Country
Season Bests
6K: 20:25.2
8K: 26:29.5

DeLallo competed in four meets during his second cross country season. His best finish came at the UAlbany XC Invitational, where he placed ninth and ran his fastest time of the season.


Season Bests
800-meters: 1:54.01
1,500-meters: 3:59.12

DeLallo best performance came at the Capital District Classic, where he placed first in the 1,500 and third in the 800. He qualified 12th for finals in the 1,500 at the America East Outdoor Championships, where he ran his second-best time of the season and finished 12th overall. His season ended with a 15th place finish at IC4A’s as a member of UAlbany’s 4x8 relay team.

Season Bests
800-meters: 1:55.93
1,000-meters: 2:27.21
Mile: 4:19.03

DeLallo ran his fastest 800 of his freshman indoor campaign in a 16th place effort at the Great Dane Classic. He placed second as a member of the 4x8 and third in the 1,000 at America East Indoor Championships, running his best time of the season. He competed one final time in the 1,000 at IC4A’s, finishing 16th overall.

Cross Country
Season Bests
6K: 20:16.2
8K: 27:40.18

DeLallo competed in three races as a freshman for UAlbany. He placed 35th at the 6K Monmouth XC Kickoff, running 20:16.2. In the next meet, Iona’s Meet of Champions, DeLallo placed 122nd, running his fastest 8K of the year at 27:40.18. His final race was the 8K at IC4A’s, where he finished 143rd.

High School:
Personal Bests
800-meters: 1:53.49
1,000-meters: 2:27.29
1,600-meters: 4:20.25
3,200-meters: 9:59.32
2.5-mile (XC): 13:30.77
3-mile (XC): 15:30
5K (XC): 15:50.6

DeLallo was a three-year letter-winner, senior captain, and member of National Honor Society at West Genesee. He was an All-Section selection in 2010.

John Stephan DeLallo was born on November 17, 1992 to Nick and Lynda DeLallo. He has two brothers, Pat and Mike, and two sisters, Ruth and Katie. He plans to major in physics.


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