Another week, another first place finish in a team-scoring meet for the Rowan men’s track team.
“We were happy with it,” head coach Dustin Dimit said. “That was exciting. We beat a bunch of good Division I teams done there.”
The Profs won the meet with 133 points. The next closest team, Morgan State, only had 103. Continue reading
The Rowan men’s track and field team hadn’t competed in a team-scored meet since March 18, but they showed no rust when they took on the Hopkins/Loyola Invitational on April 14.
The brown and gold comfortably placed first out of 15 teams with 200 points. Johns Hopkins was a distant second at 115 points. Continue reading
Rowan University only hosts one track and field meet each year.
This year, the Oscar Moore Invitational yielded solid results for the brown and gold.
“We were great,” said Rowan men’s track and field coach Dustin Dimit. “Our guys really stepped up and had some great performances. A lot of marks that will get them into nationals or high up in the national list.” Continue reading
Whether you’re a full-fledged adult or an angsty teenager that won’t admit it, there’s no place like home.
This weekend, instead of traveling for the fifth meet in a row, the Rowan women’s track and field team was able to stay home, as they hosted the annual Oscar Moore Invitational.
“I love it, the kids love it and it’s great because their parents get to see them,” said head coach Derick “Ringo” Adamson. “We don’t get too many opportunities like that. If we never have a home meet, we have to wait three years in rotation to get the NJAC’s to come here. Who the hell wants to do that?” Continue reading
Rowan track and field took a break from scoring meets over the weekend and competed in the Fastrack Last Chance Invitational.
The meet provided a chance to qualify for those who haven’t already qualified for the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) or National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). While head coaches Derick “Ringo” Adamson and Dustin Dimit held some athletes out of events, there was some importance coming out of the meet. Continue reading
Few programs can boast a conference championship for a specific sport, let alone multiple—and in a row.
Rowan University can do just that after the women’s track and field team won their fifth-consecutive New Jersey Athletic Conference Championship, and the men’s track and field team won their third straight title.
Before the meet, women’s coach Derick “Ringo” Adamson said that the season was building toward the NJAC Championships. Continue reading
The Rowan women’s track & field team took part in the Bomber Invitational this weekend, competing against top-ranked Division III opponents as well as some from Division I.
The Profs had moderate success at the competition, though not many first-place finishes.
However, that did not matter much to head coach Derick “Ringo” Adamson. Continue reading