Monthly Archives: March 2017
What Should We Expect From Two High School Stars?March 31, 2017 | Jesse Squire
This is where I normally would write up a list of the weekend’s best matchups. While there is a lot of good competition this weekend, I’m not sure it fits that kind of analysis. And it also feels like I’m … Read More
Saturday Viewer’s Guide to the NCAA Indoor ChampionshipsMarch 11, 2017 | Jesse Squire | 3 Comments
Yesterday I said that the NCAA Indoor Championships–a tight, two-day, action-packed adventure with an overnight cliffhanger–is a meet with resemblances to the classic 1960s Batman TV series.
When we last left our heroes, we had dynamic duos (and trios and … Read More
Friday Viewer’s Guide to the NCAA Indoor ChampionshipsMarch 10, 2017 | Jesse Squire | One Comment
The NCAA Indoor Championships start today and finish tomorrow. They’re one of the best meets to watch because so much happens in such a short period of time, and nearly everything that happens is important in one way or another. … Read More
The Greatest Collegiate Single-Day Doubles of All TimeMarch 8, 2017 | Jesse Squire | 7 Comments
If “Ches” can win multiple events this weekend, how will he stack up against the all-time greats?
Oregon’s Edward Cheserek is entered in four events at this weekend’s NCAA Indoor Championships. It’s not clear if he will run all four–he … Read More
Five Questions with Youngstown State Hurdler Chad ZallowMarch 6, 2017 | Jesse Squire | 4 Comments
Welcome back to 5 Questions, where we pick the brains of people from all areas of the running scene.
Today we’re talking to Chad Zallow, a sophomore hurdler at Youngstown State University. Heading into this weekend’s NCAA Indoor Championships, … Read More