The Parthenon

Marshall’s track and field team breaks multiple records in season debut

The Parthenon

December 3, 2015

  Marshall University’s track and field team opened its regular-season with a win in the Marshall Opener against Ohio University and Radford University at the Chris Cline Indoor Athletic Facility. Marshall topped Ohio 65-48 and beat Radford 71-37. In the 600 meter run, freshman Elisabeth...

Herd track and field kicks off season with Marshall Opener

Herd track and field kicks off season with Marshall Opener

Imani Spradley, reporter

December 2, 2015

  Marshall University’s track and field team opens its season Thursday with the Marshall Opener against Ohio University and Radford University. Last season, the meet was between Marshall and Ohio and was called the Ohio Dual. Marshall head coach Jeff Small said he expects his team to...

Track and field to travel to Birmingham

Track and field to travel to Birmingham

Kasey Madden, Reporter

February 24, 2015

Marshall University’s track and field team is competing in the C-USA Indoor Championship Tuesday and Wednesday in Birmingham, Alabama. Head coach Jeff Small said with 14 schools competing, the Herd is a part of a tough conference. “Well we’re just hoping to go there and get season best perfo...

Track and field team runs away with invitational win

Kasey Madden, Reporter

February 16, 2015

Marshall University’s women’s track and field team scored a home victory in the Marshall Invitational this weekend at the Jeff Small Track in the Chris Cline Athletic Complex. The Thundering Herd scored 154 points at the meet, 55 points higher than the second place winner, Ohio University. Marsha...

Track and field team finishes fifth

Jill Shemanski, Reporter

February 2, 2015

The Marshall University track and field team hosted the Inaugural Thundering Herd Invite on the Jeff Small Track this weekend. Marshall finished the meet in fifth with 61 total points, which outnumbered seven other squads. The winner of the event was Western Carolina with 122 points on the women’...