Radford University will be hosting the fifth annual Faster, Farther, Higher High School track meet this weekend on Friday and Saturday at Patrick D. Cupp Memorial Stadium. Teams competing this year will consist of: Bassett, Blacksburg, Brookville, Cave Spring, Christiansburg, Dunbar, Franklin County, Giles, Glenvar, Grayson County, Henrico, James River (Buchanan), Jefferson Forest, Lord Botetourt, Middlesex, Northumberland, Pulaski County, Radford, Salem, Staunton River, West Johnston and Wilson (Pa.).
The Highlanders conclude final day of the 2005 NCAA East Regional Championships with two top-ten finishes. The meet was hosted by Manhattan College at Ichan Stadium on Randall
Radford track and field hurdler Maurika Quarles (Manassas, Va.) notched top National rankings after performance at the Penn Relays held last weekend at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Penn. Quarles
The Highlanders garnered one victory on the first day of competition at the Penn Relays Thursday afternoon at Franklin Field. Sophomore thrower Tiffany Evans (Dumfries, Va.) claimed first in the Shot Put Collegiate Championships. She marked a distance of 48
The Highlanders conclude the Charlotte 49ers Classic with six top-five finishes on the day from Irwin Belk Stadium. The Highlanders also set two school records. Senior sprinter Maurika Quarles (Manassas, Va.) crossed the finish line in a time of 1:01.33 to place fourth in the 400 meter hurdles. Her time qualified her for the NCAA Regional Meet.
The Radford University men
adford University men placed eighth and the women seventh at the 2004 New Balance Big South Cross Country Championships Saturday in Rock Hill, S.C. The High Point men and Coastal Carolina women captured the Big South titles. The Panthers won the men's title for the third-straight year, while the Lady Chanticleers took their fourth-straight Championship crown, which set a Conference record.
Radford men\'s cross country finished eighth with 197 points, while the women finished fifth with 159 points at the Winthrop Fall Classic on Saturday morning. Sophomore, Maria Geary and senior Shannon Brown finished in the top half of the 4k run.
The Highlanders competed at the 16th annual Asics-Winthrop Cross Country Invitational Saturday morning. Radford men placed ninth and the women placed eighth. High Point's men and Charlotte's women took the university division team titles.
Radford men's and women's cross-country teams were picked to finish fifth and seventh respectively in the 2004 Big South Conference preseason poll. The men's team tied for fifth with Winthrop University and tallied 72 points each. The women received 66 points for seventh ahead of Charleston Southern and Virginia Military Institute.
The Highlanders outdoor track team competed this past weekend in the Charlotte 49er Classic at the Irwin Belk Track. Six Highlanders set school records.
Radford University's track and field squad competed this weekend in the 2004 Big South Conference Indoor Championships. The men took third place and the women tied for fifth with Charleston Southern University.