Abayomi Awoyomi is a sophomore jumper in the Washington University’s track and field program. The chemistry major competed in the indoor season as a freshman before the outdoor season was canceled due to COVID-19.
Washington University in St. Louis Director of Athletics Anthony J. Azama announced that Kelli Blake has resigned from her position of assistant coach and assistant sports performance coach for the cross country and track & field programs.
Dr. Jason Campbell is an anesthesiology resident at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, Oregon. He ran on two All-America track relay squads and earned multiple UAA All-Association honors at Emory University from 2008-11.
Former Carnegie Mellon University cross country and track runner Aaditya Mhatre shared his early-career story on mentorship in Merck's weekly leadership blog, which was picked up by LinkedIn.
Last summer, Zion Kidd toured Israel and Palestine with fellow Emory University students. The following month, he attended the inaugural Accenture Student-Athlete Leadership Conference hosted in Atlanta, which eventually led to an internship with Accenture this summer.
Academic All-America of the Year Nick Matteucci Headlines Eight Washington University CoSIDA Academic All-Americans
Washington University in St. Louis senior Nick Matteucci was selected as the 2020 Division III Men's Cross Country and Track & Field Academic All-America of the Year to headline eight Academic All-America selections for the Bears.
For the first time in program history, three Carnegie Mellon University men's cross country and track and field athletes have been named College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-Americans.
Case Western Reserve University seniors David Hall and Brian Holden were each named to the 2019-20 College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America Men's Track & Field/ Cross Country Team.
Dr. Jason Campbell, who ran on two Emory University relay All-America squads and earned multiple All-Association honors from 2008-11, was featured on ABC News in a story entitled, "'TikTok doctor' makes millions smile with his viral dance videos."
Gary Aldrich sat in front of a black and white television screen at his grandparents’ house in 1968 and dreamed of one day marching with Team USA in the Olympics opening ceremony. This year Aldrich, head coach of Carnegie Mellon University’s track and field teams, may get the chance to live that dream after being named men’s throws coach for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.