Women's Track & Field - Archives 2017-18
The Holy Cross women's track and field team defeated UNH, 232.5-194.5.
Junior Isabella DiMare has been named the C&R Tire Crusader of the Week, for competition from Jan. 8-14. DiMare broke the school record in the 60-meter hurdles for the Holy Cross women's indoor track and field team at the Beantown Challenge.
The Holy Cross women's track and field team competed at the the Beantown Challenge Saturday, Jan. 13.
Holy Cross track and field head coach Alfonso Egetta has announced that 10 student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to attend Holy Cross and compete as Crusaders.
The Holy Cross women's track and field team competed at the URI Pentathlon and the Husky Indoor Invitational Dec. 8 and 9.
The Holy Cross men's and women's track and field team is set to compete at the URI Pentathlon in Kingston, R.I. and the Husky Invitational in Boston, Mass.
The Holy Cross women's track and field team opened the 2017-2018 indoor season with 15 Crusaders qualifying for the New England Championships in February.
The Holy Cross men's and women's track and field teams will open the 2017-2018 season at Boston University.
Holy Cross director of athletics Nathan Pine and head track and field coaches Jim Kavanagh and Egetta Alfonso have announced the teams' schedules for the 2017-2018 season.
Holy Cross' athletic teams continue to rank among the best in the nation in graduation rates, according to the latest Graduation Success Rate Report which has been released by the NCAA. The Crusaders' overall Graduation Success Rate of 97 percent for all student-athletes tied for the 14th-best mark in the country out of 351 Division I schools. This marks the 11th straight year in which Holy Cross has posted a Graduation Success Rate of at least 97 percent.
Holy Cross graduate Samantha Speroni was accepted into the Fulbright Scholar Program and will travel to Thailand to teach English to young students. After her year abroad, she plans to attend medical school and pursue her ultimate goal of becoming a doctor.