|PRIMEAU NAMED CANADA’S HEAD COACH FOR PAN AM JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS|
CC-Track - date: May 15th, 2013
LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western track and field and cross country head coach Laurier Primeau was named Canada’s head coach for this summer’s Pan American Junior Championships, which take place Aug. 23-25 in Medellin, Colombia.
|WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION POLE VAULTER JOINS SPARTANS|
CC-Track - date: May 7th, 2013
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The Trinity Western track and field team bolstered an already strong pole vaulting team with the signing of Nathan Dunford (Bellingham, Wash.), who is the reigning 2A Washington State High School pole vault champion, Tuesday.
|NUTTALL BREAKS HIGH JUMP RECORD AT ACHILLES CUP |
CC-Track - date: Apr. 8th, 2013
BURNABY, British Columbia – In Trinity Western’s first outdoor meet of the season, Spartans high jumper Emma Nuttall (Edinburgh, Scotland) broke the Achilles Cup meet record and earned first place overall at the SFU/UBC Dual Meet Sunday at Simon Fraser’s Fox Field.
|NUTTALL EARNS SILVER IN HIGH JUMP TO LEAD SPARTANS AT NATIONALS|
CC-Track - date: Mar. 9th, 2013
EDMONTON – Led by high jumper Emma Nuttall (Edinburgh, Scotland), who earned a silver medal Saturday afternoon, the Trinity Western track and field team capped an impressive CIS championships, highlighted by the Spartans women finishing a program-best sixth overall at the University of Alberta’s Universiade Pavilion.
|INNES, MARCHANT EARN SILVER MEDALS AT NATIONALS|
CC-Track - date: Mar. 8th, 2013
EDMONTON – Trinity Western’s Calum Innes (Bearsden, Scotland) earned the Spartans track and field team its first medal of the 2013 CIS championships with a silver in the 60m hurdles Friday evening and then, not long after, pole vaulter Rebecca Marchant (Melbourne, Australia) duplicated the feat as she nabbed second in her first ever appearance at the national championships.
|WOMEN’S 4X200 RELAY TEAM MAKES FIRST EVER CIS FINAL|
CC-Track - date: Mar. 7th, 2013
EDMONTON – The Trinity Western women’s 4x200m relay team stole the Spartans spotlight on the first day of competition at the CIS championships, as the team became the first TWU foursome to qualify for a national final Thursday evening at the University of Alberta’s Universiade Pavilion.
|SPARTANS WOMEN FINISH SECOND AT CANADA WEST CHAMPIONSHIPS|
CC-Track - date: Feb. 23rd, 2013
REGINA – The Trinity Western women’s track and field team earned the Spartans first ever Canada West team medal as the Langley, B.C. school finished second on the women’s side thanks, in large part, to six medals on Day 2 of the Canada West championships Saturday at the Regina Fieldhouse.
|INNES, JACKSON GOLDEN ON DAY 1 OF CANADA WEST CHAMPIONSHIPS|
CC-Track - date: Feb. 22nd, 2013
REGINA – The Trinity Western track and field team got off to an impressive start at the Canada West championships as both Calum Innes (Bearsden, Scotland), in the 60m hurdles, and Alison Jackson (Vermilion, Alta.), in the 3000m, earned gold medals to lead the Spartans on Day 1 Friday at the Regina Fieldhouse.
|MARCHANT SETS TWU POLE VAULT RECORD AT VAN RYSWYK INVITATIONAL|
CC-Track - date: Feb. 15th, 2013
KAMLOOPS, British Columbia – Trinity Western pole vaulter Rebecca Marchant (Melbourne, Australia) set a Spartans women’s record with a personal best clearance of 4.01m at the 2013 Van Ryswyk Invitational Friday.
|ENDURANCE RUNNERS IMPRESS AT UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON OPEN|
CC-Track - date: Feb. 10th, 2013
SEATTLE – The Trinity Western endurance runners led the way for the Spartans track and field teams Sunday as several posted impressive personal bests in what was yet another notable day at Dempsey Indoor, at the University of Washington Open.