The track season is about to get underway - we have the alumni meet this Friday, and then we are hosting the Super Meet next week Tuesday and Wednesday. After that the season is going to fly by. There will be plenty of time to work hard and improve and set PRs, but I am always surprised at how quickly the season flies by. Take advantage of every opportunity to challenge yourself and to enjoy your track experience. I think one of the best things about track & field is the satisfaction that comes from working hard and doing your very best. The workouts have been very solid to begin with. I am sure that some of you are sore and probably tired at times, but it will all be worth it in the end. Keep coming to practice with energy and excitement, stay positive in every situation, and keep pushing yourselves and your teammates.
New Balance Indoor Nationals - Brayden Cromar and Brad Nye both competed last weekend at the New Balance Indoor Track Nationals last weekend. I know that most of you know how it went, but for those of you who hadn't heard, both athletes came home as All-Americans. Cromar finished 5th place in the 5000m with a time of 14:56. It was a new Davis indoor school record, and he was the top junior in the race. He ran a very tough, smart race with mile splits of 4:45, 4:49 (9:34 at 3200m), 4:49. Dallin Farnsworth from Pocatello, ID traveled to New York with us and he also ran the 5000m and finished 2nd with a 14:37. You can watch Brayden's race at