During these unprecedented times, we will respond with unprecedented resolve. Over the next few weeks, we’ll look back and move forward by highlighting Penn State Harrisburg’s success over the past year, while honoring the people who made it all possible.
Penn State Harrisburg's men's and women's track & field teams wrapped up the 2019-20 indoor campaign at the ECAC Division III Championships at the New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory on Saturday afternoon, March 7.
The stellar season for Penn State Harrisburg’s Alex White continued when he won the ECAC Division III Men’s Indoor Championship in the long jump at the New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory on Friday night, March 6.
Thanks to his performance at the conference championship event on Monday night, Penn State Harrisburg men’s track & field athlete Alex White has been named the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Men’s Field Athlete of the Week.
Penn State Harrisburg was led by Alex White's championship victory at the 2020 New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Indoor Track & Field Championships held at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex on Monday evening, Feb. 24.
Alex White turned in a monstrous performance in the long jump. The senior just missed out on matching his own program record in the event when he posted a top mark of 6.83 meters; an effort strong enough to rank him 16th in the nation.
After a lengthy layoff, Penn State Harrisburg’s men’s and women’s track & field teams returned to competition at the Spartan Invitational hosted by St. Thomas Aquinas at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex on Friday, Jan. 10.
On Oct. 10, Penn State Harrisburg will commemorate the historic achievement of track & field thrower Cameron Yon becoming the first student-athlete in school history to win a national championship with a ring ceremony at the Mukund S. Kulkarni Theatre in the Student Enrichment Center (SEC).
The USTFCCCA has announced its 2019 all-academic individual recipients. Penn State Harrisburg men's track & field athlete Alex White earned the organization's all-academic recognition for his stellar performance in the classroom this past season.