But a closer look at what happened on Saturday at the Nassaney Invitational in Smithfield, R.I., will reveal that Jackucewicz’s outing was far from ordinary.
The Harvard women’s cross country team kicked off its 2012 campaign in winning fashion on Saturday at the Nassaney Invitational.
Weiler’s final mark in the event, which he cleared on his third attempt, was 5.50 meters. For the vast majority of the outdoor season, Weiler was chasing his own record of 5.36 meters.
Though Ivy League competition has come and gone, the 2011-12 track and field season is not over for some of Harvard’s athletes.
This season, the Harvard men’s track and field team saved its best performance for last.
In a 14-day span in September, the Harvard men’s cross country team seemingly changed its identity in the Ivy League.
Coming into the 2011-12 season, the Harvard men’s track and field team boasted one of the strongest recruiting classes in the history of the Ivy League. Ranked No. 5 by Track and Field News, the squad’s rookies included some of the best young throwers, sprinters, and distance runners in the country.
After countless hours of training and 15 tune-up invitationals, the Harvard track and field team has finally reached the most important meet of its outdoor season: the Outdoor Heptagonal Championships.
In its final weekend of the regular season, the Harvard track and field team made one thing very clear: It is ready for the postseason.
Coming off its win over Yale at McCurdy Outdoor Track a week ago, the Harvard track and field team was given a dose of reality by some more formidable opponents this weekend.
Idle moments are hard to come by in the world of track and field.
While the Harvard track and field team divided over the weekend, the conquering didn’t come quite as easily.
Both the men’s and women’s squads had a number of strong outings, including some event wins and personal-best performances.
In a field of the 32 best collegiate squash players in the country, Farag did what he has done all season long: He won every time he stepped on the court.
After the Harvard men’s and women’s track and field squads earned fourth-place finishes at last weekend’s Heptagonal Championships, the Crimson finished in the top 10 again this weekend at the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America Championship Meet and the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championship Meet.