"And his athletes continue rising to the biggest occasions, with the NJNYTC's recent world record performance in the indoor four-mile relay the latest evidence." The banquet will see the club honor its own finest and fastest athletes and among them are members of the Shore AC Varsity Team that sent 18 athletes to the 2016 USA Olympic Trials, the Masters Distance Team that played dominant roles in National events for 50 and 60-year-olds, the racewalking team that was the nation's best, along with top performers from the youth, high school, college and Open divisions.
The Awards Banquet is open to all, and friends, past and present athletes for Coach Gagliano, and track fans, are specially invited. The English Manor is located at One English Lane, Ocean Township, NJ 07712.
Taking home second-place awards were Little Silver's John Soucheck () and Brick's Susan Middaugh (.) Claiming thirds were Manchester's Ron Salvio () and Hazlet's Panse Geer (.) The races were again staged by Shore AC, organized by the club's volunteers, and sponsored by the New Jersey Natural Gas Company. Sunday, March 12, at The English Manor in Ocean Township.
The 22-year-old Rider University graduate from Kendall Park, who’d won a string of Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference gold medals as a collegian, and is now making her mark on the national racing scene, took the Spring Lake Five women’s championship in .The long-term clinical effect, mechanical properties, and durability of the newly produced collagen need to be analyzed further.The basic science and clinical applications of this newly applied technology are reviewed in this article.One year after he’d turned his debut in the Spring Lake Five into a winning performance of 25 minutes and 29 seconds, the 31-year-old Succasunna resident and Shore Athletic Club member returned to New Jersey’s biggest road racing event and won it all again Saturday morning, this time in .After a slowed start – several others surged ahead in the first few blocks after Scheid waited for a starting gun that he never heard; the racers were sent off by air horn – the former Georgetown University track and cross country star quickly regained lost ground.
Just back of Scheid and Mazzacaro in the men’s field were Brick’s Brian Quilty, third in ; Metuchen’s Jimmy Gorman, fourth in ; Delaware’s Alex Giacco, fifth in ; Middletown’s Justin Lippert, sixth in , and Rumson’s Brian Dengler, seventh in .