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Athlete of the Week: Bjorn Gowdy-Jaehnig (Track)

Athlete of the Week: Bjorn Gowdy-Jaehnig (Track)

This week I sat down with senior Bjorn Gowdy-Jaehnig. After four years on the Men’s Tack & Field team as a sprinter, Gowdy-Jaehnig looks back fondly of his time at Lawrence, as well as looks forward to a great future beyond Lawrence.   Arianna Cohen: Congrats on finishing a successful senior season! What has been

Athlete of the Week: Cam Davies (Track)

Photo courtesy of Paul Wilke This week I sat down with senior Cam Davies of the Men’s Track and Field team. One of the team’s best runners and a favorite going into the Midwest Conference Championships this past weekend, Davies battled through a frustrating steeplechase race only to find he had been disqualified after finishing.

Athlete of the Week: Hayley Cardinal (Track)

Photo by Emei Thompson This week I sat down with senior Hayley Cardinal of the Women’s Track and Field team. Cardinal recently came in first in the 400 meter hurdles in 1:07.11 at the Viking Invitational on Saturday. She is also one Lawrence’s best swimmers, previously having won the Lawrentian’s Female Athlete of the Winter

Freshman Sportlight: Josh Janusiak (Track)

Photo by Emei Thompson This week, I talked with freshman and distance runner Josh Janusiak. Last weekend, Janusiak traveled to the Hillsdale Gina Relays with the top runners on the track team. At the meet, Janusiak faced some of the stiffest competition in division three track. The freshman rose to the occasion, running the 10,000

Track Preview

As the weather finally gets warmer and the snow melts, the Lawrence University Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams (Vikings) welcome the beginning of the outdoor season. Although most athletes participate in both indoor and outdoor track, outdoor sees the Vikings at their finest. This year the Vikings will look to build upon the

LU track starts season off strong

The Lawrence University Indoor Track and Field teams competed in their first meet of the indoor season last Friday at UW Oshkosh. Both men and women teams finished third against the historically dominant Oshkosh Titans and conference rival Ripon Redhawks. The women finished with 42 points and the men finished with 40. As it was