Off the field, senior thrower Stephen Hubona is a biochemistry major on a pre-med track and an honors student. Despite his busy academic and athletic schedule, he leaves ample room for extracurriculars that positively impact the community.
The Loyola men’s and women’s track and field teams started out the indoor season with a successful showing at the John Tierney Classic Jan. 20. The Ramblers brought home five event titles from Milwaukee: the women’s mile, the men’s 300-meter dash, men’s weight throw and both 4×400-meter relays.
With 32 underclass students on the combined 61-runner roster, the Loyola men’s and women’s track and field teams are focused on developing their young runners this season.
Members of Loyola Athletics and the university community respond to NFL players protesting police brutality and inequality during hte national anthem.
For graduate student and Loyola mid-distance runner Jake Mazanke, it’s his last shot. After he sat out the last spring season with pneumonia, Mazanke returned to Loyola to finish his last season of NCAA eligibility. And this time, he’s not holding back.
The Loyola men’s and women’s track and field teams wrapped up their indoor seasons, placing in the bottom of the team standings at the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) Indoor Track and Field meet in Cedar Falls, Iowa, Feb. 26.
First-year Eric Burns is shooting up the Loyola track and field record books. At the John Tierney invitational in Milwaukee he jumped 24.06 feet which put him in third place all-time for Loyola.
Sophomore Kevin White is looking to become the next Loyola runner to achieve a four-minute mile. He set a personal best 4:10.9 at the Black and Gold Premier in Iowa City, Iowa a week after running 4:14.12 at the John Tierney Classic in Milwaukee.