Category Archives: Men’s Track & Field
The West Virginia Wesleyan men’s track and field team garnered 222 points en route to a conference title while Seton Hill’s women’s posted 179.75 points to earn the conference crown Saturday.
On Saturday, May 21, 2011, Glenville State College will induct five alumni into the Curtis Elam Athletic Hall of Fame.
WVIAC Track & Field Multi-Events Completed with a new record on the books.
The 2011 West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference’s (WVIAC) Track & Field Championships are set to get on their way this Thursday and Friday at Glenville State College.
On Friday April 9th the Glenville State College Track and Field team held the 2nd Annual Brandi Bowen Memorial Pioneer Invitational it was a huge success. Head Coach Cam Perry was pleased with the turnout. “We had 8 teams compete at this years Invitational, and it means a lot to everyone that is apart of [...]
The Glenville State College hosted the Thrid Annual Brandi Bowen Invitational on Friday afternoon at the D. Banks Wilburn track.
Matty Porter, Glenville, earns the WVIAC Field Athlete of the Week honor placing 1st in the discus and 2nd in the shot put this past weekend at Waynesburg. Porter winning discus throw was 45.72m and he also threw 14.87m in the shot put which he is currently ranked 1st in the WVIAC. Top 5 Men’s [...]
The Glenville State Track & Field teams traveled to Wheeling Jesuit to compete in the Bill Van Horne Invitational on Saturday, March 26th. On the women’s, side Meghan Ruddlesden Placed 33rd in the 100 meter dash with a time of 13.37; she also placed 35 in the 200 meter dash with a time of 27.53, [...]
The Glenville State College Men and Women’s track and field teams competed at Lynchburg College in the Dr. Jack M. Toms Invitational on Saturday, March 19th.
The Rough N’ Rowdy Brawl has become a tradition over the past 10 years around the state of West Virginia spanning from the state capitol of Charleston all the way to Welch. The Brawl attracts everyone from bar bouncers and gym rats to street fighters and wanna-be Rocky Balboas. Glenville State College’s Dustin Wood was [...]