Posts Tagged ‘David Nightingale’

Nightingale Claims Mayor’s Title

Nightingale Claims Mayor's Title

David Nightingale not only wore the New York banner in Boston this weekend, he also won the Mayor’s Cup in Franklin Park.


So True — Red, White & Blue

So True — Red, White & Blue

Ben True picked a great day to be an American champion — on the 235th anniversary of U.S. independence.


Meyer, Nightingale Battle Among The Blossoms

Meyer, Nightingale Battle Among The Blossoms

Yale graduate Lucas Meyer was the first North American finisher at the Cherry Blossom 10k race in Washington, D.C., but his closest competitor was a familiar face.


Wandering Ivies, Vol. 2

Wandering Ivies, Vol. 2

Former Harvard standout Lindsey Scherf was the early news at the 2011 USA Half Marathon Championship in Houston, Texas, over the weekend. Not content to let the field relax, Scherf took off on a 5:17 first mile to set the pace and would hold on for a seventh-place finish (1:13:40). The event — which served […]


Great Time For A Run

Great Time For A Run

If you are digging out of more than a foot of snow in New York or Philadelphia today, you may not even imagine that we are still in the midst of the outdoor running season. And, as always, the Heps Nation is well represented. At least four former Leaguers will be running in Saturday’s USA […]


Nightingale, Kiernan Lead Pack at USATFs

Nightingale, Kiernan Lead Pack at USATFs

From the desk of HepsTrack Alumni Performance Bureau Chief Mary Boggs: Seven of the eight Ivy League schools can boast of a top-100 finisher at the USA Track & Field National Club Cross Country Championships in unseasonably cold McAlpine Park in Charlotte, N.C., on Saturday. On the men’s side, Princeton graduate David Nightingale (unattached) was […]