Men’s track and field sweeps field in hometown meet

The University of Rhode Island men’s track and field team competed at both the Boston University Valentine Invitational and the URI Coaches Invitational this past weekend. The hosting Rams honored their seniors before their last meet at Mackal Field House on Saturday afternoon. This was the Rams’ second-to-last weekend of regular season competition before the…

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Women’s track and field honors seniors in final home meet

The University of Rhode Island’s women’s track and field team traveled to Boston University to compete in the David Hemery Valentine Invitational on Friday and hosted the URI Coach’s Invitational on Saturday afternoon. The team also saw their 10 seniors honored along with a series of wins and personal bests over the weekend. Friday’s action…

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Men’s track and field compete Harvard Elite

After competing in the Harvard Elite this past weekend, the University of Rhode Island’s men’s track and field team reflected on their performance and work to improve themselves as the championships draw near. The field team sent three throwers, second-year Alexander Baez, third-year Christopher Tavarone and first-year Theo Puterbaugh, to Harvard over this past weekend…

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Women’s track and field competes in Boston in two-event weekend

The University of Rhode Island women’s track team continued their indoor season this past weekend competing in the Riverhawk Invitational and John Thomas Terrier Invitational in Boston, Massachusetts. On Saturday, first-year Madeline Till who placed 58th in 800 meter, second-year Lily Saul who placed 17th overall, third-year Erin Hurley who placed 70th in the 800…

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Men’s cross country rounds out 2023 with highest NCAA Regional score in two decades

This past Friday, the University of Rhode Island cross country team competed in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Regional Championship, concluding their season with a 20th place finish. Going into Friday’s meet, the Rams were projected to place 20th of the 37 schools that competed, according to URI Distance Coach Brian Doyle. URI’s region is…

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Women’s cross country rounds out season with 12th place A-10 Championship finish

Following their first podium finish at the England Championships since 2001, the University of Rhode Island women’s cross country team rounded out their season with a 12th place finish at the Atlantic 10 Championships on Saturday. Led by frontrunner fourth-year Molly Sabia, who was the top finisher for the Rams, seven runners held scoring finishes…

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